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Question What is stonehenge?

Nov 26, 2019
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Stonehenge, is the remnants left over, from oldest form of Society, of which we all are members of today, built with 'Raw Strength', not unlike the Pyramids were, and for the 'Moon Phases' gatherings, of peoples, and 'Tribe Leaders' from Very far, and wide, so to commence the Trading of goods, and discuss potential "Deals", it was Council Chambers, Court room, Shopping Mall, and social event "Moon Phase" gathering place, to be a part of the first known "Society".
 
Nov 30, 2019
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It's primary purpose appears to have been as an ancient observatory. This, of course, went hand-in-hand with their religious belefs.
 
Nov 26, 2019
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What is stonehenge? can anyone answer this question with easy explanation.
Stonehenge. A group of standing stones on Salisbury Plain in southern England. Dating to c. 2200-1800 BC, the megaliths are enclosed by a circular ditch and embankment that may date to c. ... The arrangement of the stones suggests that Stonehenge was used as a religious center and also as an astronomical observatory.

 

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