Great book, nicely done. Attended a lecture at the Vancouver Planetarium in the 70’s on the similarities of stone circles worldwide, and have wondered about them ever since. Readers mayalso be interested in the research of plasma physicist Dr. Anthony Peratt, linked off my blog as “Plasma Scientists Find Ancient Petroglyphs Record Earth’s Turbulent Past”. In his research paper the suggestion is made that intense auroras in the distant past were visible worldwide and were recorded as stone circles as well as petroglyphs. Laboratory created circular filament plasmas are demonstrated to bear a striking resemblance to stone circles particularly in orientation as well as design and number. Unfortunately, not many paleo-archeologists seem to read the Journal of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers!
The discovery of a 5000-year-old Sun Temple and its exquisite “time machine” — a Stone Age calendar — led scientist Gordon Freeman to ground-breaking discoveries in Stonehenge. During field work and research from 1989 to 2006, Freeman found striking similarities between the surface geometry of the two sites. These similarities push back the boundaries of written history and have far-reaching implications for North American and European history. Gordon Freeman’s new book, Canada’s Stonehenge outlines these discoveries using dramatic photographs and maps which throw new light on the genius of the First Peoples of North America.