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Stonehenge: DNA reveals origin of builders   BBC - April 16, 2019
The ancestors of the people who built Stonehenge travelled west across the Mediterranean before reaching Britain, a study has shown. Researchers compared DNA extracted from Neolithic human remains found across Britain with that of people alive at the same time in Europe. The Neolithic inhabitants appear to have travelled from Anatolia (modern Turkey) to Iberia before winding their way north. They reached Britain in about 4,000BC.

Stonehenge itself evolved in several construction phases spanning at least some 1500 years. However there is evidence of large scale construction both before and afterwards on and around the monument that perhaps extends the landscape's time frame to 6500 years.


Dating and understanding the various phases of activity at Stonehenge is not a simple task; it is complicated by poorly kept early excavation records, surprisingly few accurate scientific dates and the disturbance of the natural chalk by periglacial effects and animal burrowing. The modern phasing most generally agreed by archaeologists is detailed below. Features mentioned in the text are numbered and shown on the plan, right, which illustrates the site as of 2004. The plan omits the trilithon lintels for clarity. Holes that no longer, or never, contained stones are shown as open circles and stones visible today are shown colored. It is widely assumed that Stonehenge once stood as a magnificent "complete" monument; we should be aware that this cannot be proved, since around half of the stones that should be present are in fact missing, and since many of the assumed stone sockets have never actually been recorded through excavation.


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        In the sky the Sun-in the Land of Stonehenge !

Only at the latitude of Stonehenge, the sunrise at the summer solstice and the sunset at the winter solstice are on THE same line of observation.

Only at the latitude of Stonehenge, the sunrise at the winter solstice and the sunset at the summer solstice are on THE same line of observation.



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                  ASTRONOMY or ASTROLOGY ?

And here is the same eight-Beam design - already in the astronomy of the middle ages !
Or in astrology ?
Count the number of rays of the Sun in the picture - 16, and it is NOT accidental !!!





The number of rays of the Sun or ray stars (sometimes replacing the Sun in coats of arms) is strictly established in heraldry and emblematics, that is, canonized So, the number of solar rays on the Sun's emblems is explained by the fact that the heraldic rays came from the POINTS of the COMPASS, known to ancient mariners (Scandinavians and even Phoenicians !!!). There were 16 of these points before the XV century, and since the beginning of the XVI century they have been distinguished by 32. Therefore, the 16-ray image of the Sun is considered to be more ancient or indicating antiquity. It began to be represented emblematically not as a symbol-a circle with rays, but as a circle with a human face surrounded by rays alternately straight and sinuous (the latter meaning a flame).

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The SUN-GOD in the ancient temples of Christians.

The dome of a Christian temple symbolizes the VAULT of HEAVEN.
And in the very CENTER, at the HIGHEST point of the dome of the temple, WHERE the image of GOD should be - we see

Thus, the construction of the most important Christian churches actually clearly shows :
GOD is the SUN !!!



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