While out walking, we saw in the distance what looked like a miniature Stonehenge. Upon closer inspection it turned out to be a cluster of mushrooms, but cool nonetheless! Stonehenge, along with many other megaliths, have a seemingly high concentration in the United Kingdom. Here’s just a partial list:
- Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
- The Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Isles, Scotland
- Avebury, England
- Rollright Stones, England
- Drombeg Stone Circle, Ireland
These massive prehistoric monuments are sprinkled elsewhere around the globe. For example, there are three in Africa: the stone circles of Senegambia, Senegal, and The Gambia.
A number of hypotheses exist regarding the origin and purpose of these structures, but they share a common denominator — a shroud of mystery. It’s been said that stepping inside standing stones unlocks the ability to travel between dimensions of time, both forward and back.
From books, music, art, and cinema, to ancient stone circles…
What is it that transports you?
“Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.” — Laurie Buchanan
© Laurie Buchanan 2013