Monday, December 7, 2015

Source of Stonehenge stones found!; Seth Auberon, Ashley Wells, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly
Sunset over Stonehenge, England, a mysterious ring of rocks (MPanchenko/
Welsh Stonehenge quarries identified in Pembrokeshire
Abigail Neal (, Dec. 7, 2015)
Main Street, Pembroke as seen from the castle (W).
Two quarries in Pembrokeshire have been identified as the source of some of the rocks at Stonehenge.
Geologists have known the bluestones, which form Stonehenge's inner ring, came from the Preseli Hills since the 1920s.
But following excavations, a team of archaeologists and geologists confirmed the stones came from outcrops at Carn Goedog and Craig Rhos-y-felin.

The research has been published in archaeological journal Antiquity.
Mowing the Salisbury Plain lawn (The Guardian).
Seven hours earlier in the day, the BBC was reporting that the stones were not quarried (or were cut so well by some advanced ET technology as to not leave the telltale marks scientists were expecting).
Never quarried?
There is "no evidence" some of the stones at Stonehenge that came from two Pembrokeshire quarries were excavated by humans, a geologist has said. 
Dr. Dyfed Elis Gruffydd has disputed research, led by University College London (UCL), which found the bluestones came from outcrops at Carn Goedog and Craig Rhos-y-felin.
Near Stonehenge an official sign reads that the stones were re-arranged over the centuries for the alignment they have today (ALAMY/
Following excavations, the team of archaeologists and geologists said the stones may have been first used in a local monument near the quarries and then dismantled and taken to Wiltshire.
  • [That is, "Stonehenge" was not their first use, but rather they were something else somewhere else then brought and reassembled in Wiltshire, the present site of Stonehenge.]
But Dr. Gruffydd said no evidence of human quarrying had been found at the sites. Stonehenge source quarries identified in Pembrokeshire 

First transmitted in July of 1954, Glyn Daniel talks about recent research into the mystery of Stonehenge...Meanwhile, producer Paul Johnstone undertakes a series of experiments to show how the 60 stones in the...
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