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Secrets of Stonehenge. By (author) Fernand Niel, Translated by L. Blair. Publication date 01 Nov 1978. Publisher Little, Brown Book Group. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom.
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Translation of Stonehenge, le temple mystérieux de la préhistoire. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.
A startling, mind-opening investigation into ancient sources of lost knowledge (from front cover). Translated into English from the French by Lowell Blair.
This book identifies a breakthrough concept, which will deepen your appreciation of pre-literate cultures and how they encoded knowledge and passed it through the generations. This book also exposed me to learning techniques which I had forgotten from my childhood.
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Stonehenge is near the village of Stonecross. I am studying the mystery of Stonehenge. Uncle Stephen continues, My old book of mysteries has a secret code, but there is a symbol I don't understand. They take the cars and in twenty minutes they are there. Some people think that it is an ancient computer, Uncle Stephen explains. I don't understand, says Laura. I want to understand the symbol because I want to understand Stonehenge. This computer can be very dangerous because bad people can use the information. We must protect the book.
Many secrets remain surrounding the creation of Stonehenge. Archaeologists try to unravel the mystery. Many secrets remain surrounding the creation of Stonehenge. Salisbury Plain in southern England. 2500 BC, the same time as the pyramids in Egypt are under construction, workers here complete the outer circle of Stonehenge. They haul huge rocks, some weighing up to 45 tons across rough terrain. They work each granite-like stone into shape, then pull them upright to form the great stone circle.