This is an updated version of our original paper Stonehenge Carvings. We discovered some small errors which had been overlooked although I’m sure we read through everything dozens of times.
Greetings from Cape Breton. At last I have made the figure 8 back to my blog.
Two and a half years ago a gentleman named Lloyd Matthews wrote to me about some carvings he believed were original to the stone monument at Stonehenge. Did I know what they might mean?
No, I had no idea that they existed. I haven’t been to Stonehenge, so never had a chance to have a good look at the stones. Like most people who are interested in Stonehenge, I knew about the carvings of the axe heads and the Mycenaean knife but knew nothing about the carvings Mr. Matthews showed me.
We have put in all this time researching and spending hundreds of hours with our astronomy programs and reading, reading, reading and watching documentaries about Stonehenge. Part way through our project, James Matthews joined us and made sure everything was correctly written and contributed to some of the diagrams. Great stacks of email have crossed the Atlantic since the start of our project, but now we are finished, happy with the outcome of our research.
So now we present it to you , my readers. We hope you will enjoy this paper and I hope that the fact that it is 90 + pages will make up for my two and a half year disappearance. I’m not sure when I will be back but I’ll have something new and interesting. Ancient history is full of interesting things.
Click the link below to read the PDF