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The Carnac stones are over 3,000 massive rocks in rows and other shapes that expand over 2 miles of the french countryside. Weighing 20-350 tons, many researchers believe they are connected with our planetary energy grid system. At one end sits a stone circle like Stonehenge, at the other a rectangle of stones. Both appear precisely placed to predict the summer and winter solstice. The alignment of many rows reveals a Huge Pythagorean Triangle (2,000 years before Pythagoras) 3300 B.C-4,500…

The Carnac stones are an exceptionally dense collection of megalithic sites around the French village of Carnac, in Brittany, consisting of alignments, dolmens, tumuli and single menhirs.

Adams Calendar 2

STAR GATES: A new discovery of an ancient circular monolithic stone calendar site in Mpumalanga has proven to be at least years old, pre-dating any other structure found to date. Southern Africa holds some of the deepest mysteries in all of human history.

Avebury stone circle, in Wiltshire, southwest England.It's a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles, constructed around 2600 BCE.

Avebury stone circle, Wiltshire, southwest England - a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles, constructed around 2600 BC

Stenen bollen, Costa Rica.

The Stone Spheres of Costa Rica. These beautiful stones were shaped of years ago to within perfect spheres, virtually impossible to do with handmade tools. There are nearly 300 scattered throughout the jungles of Costa Rica.

The Hurlers - Cornwall's answer to Stonehenge!  Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England. Probably the best examples of ceremonial circles in the south west, they are traditionally reputed to be the remains of men petrified for playing 'hurling' on a Sunday.

Located in the scenic landscape of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, the Hurlers date from about 1500 BC. They consist of three stone circles in a row and are named for a medieval legend that they are men turned to stone for hurling (a Celtic game) on Sunday.

Moor Divock Stone Circles Moor Divock is a featureless tract of fairly level land, 300 metres above sea level, forming part of Askham Fell, to the East of Ullswater. Dotted around the moor are many cairns and burial mounds, the most conspicuous being White Raise, near the junction of the trackway over the moor, and the path to Askham.

Moor Divock Stone Circles Location : Pooley Bridge – Grid Ref : NY 482222 Moor Divock is a featureless tract of fairly level land, 300 metres above sea level, forming part of Askham Fell, to the East of Ullswater.

Mysterious Swedish 'Stonehenge'  A 5,500-year-old tomb possibly belonging to a Stone Age chieftain has been unearthed at a megalithic monument in the shape of a ship called the Ale's Stenar (Ale's Stones). The tomb, in Sweden, was likely robbed of stones to build the Viking-era ship monument.

A tomb possibly belonging to a Stone Age chieftain has been unearthed at a megalithic monument in the shape of a ship called the Ale's Stenar (Ale's Stones). The tomb, in Sweden, was likely robbed of stones to build the Viking-era ship monument.

The Drift Stones stand within a field on the higher edge of the Penwith village of Drift in the parish of Sancreed. Around 9ft and 8ft in height and close by to the sites of Boscawen-Un stone Circle and the Blind Fiddler Menhir. During excavations in 1871 by Borlase an earth-cut grave was found off centre in the area between the stones. Their intriguing name 'The sisters' is attributed by some to a legend that the stones were two sisters who were petrified for not attending church.

The Drift Stones stand within a field on the higher edge of the Penwith village…

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