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Dreaming Stones: The Circle of the Seers

We left Callanish II and turned our backs to the Callanish Stones that crown the hill over the loch, and walked up the slope towards the third stone circle. 698 more words


Historic Wells of West Yorkshire 4: Boar’s Well, Bradford

I’ve got to admit that this is not the most prepossessing well I’ve ever visited. It’s little more than a pond that forms at the outflow of a culverted spring. 277 more words


Update: African Rock Art/Milky Way Theories

My two African rock art theories are now on the same page. To view visit: African rock art theories.

And here are a few links for more information about African rock art: 58 more words


Dreaming Stones: Caught in the Middle...

It was definitely a first… I have never stood within one distinct stone circle and been able to look at two others on the near horizon. 617 more words


Dreaming Stones: Line of Sight

The stones of Callanish were still busy. We were going to need supplies… and still needed to refuel the car and pump up the dratted tyre yet again. 693 more words


Ritual Expression

Bushlands 6 Site – Dig Journal 6 August 2020 CE :

Today professor Carmichael and myself entered the second lateral cavern of the complex.  While we had previously encountered black and ocher images in the main cavern and in the space now designated as Annex 1, we found the south wall of this space (Annex 2) to be completely covered with images.  303 more words