Two Proofs' of the Hypothesis
I realised that I was well on the way to solving Stonehenge when I read
Professor John North's book 'Neolithic Man and the Cosmos'.
John was one of Britain's top astronomers, and he determined that
Avebury's West Kennet Avenue of stones was aligned on the moon. - The
Moon was built into the Avenue', as it were, - Professor John North, 1996.
That being the case, all I had to do was prove the neolithic moon female, to
make the West Kennet Avenue an Umbilical Cord. Enter now the moon-aligned
egg of Woodhenge: After all, you wouldn't point an egg at a man, would you?
Durrington’s Southern Circle was an egg too
Archaeologists accept that the Southern Circle was connected to Stonehenge, first by an avenue that went
down to the river Avon, then along the Avon until it reached the Stonehenge Avenue.
The Stonehenge Avenue then winds its way across country to Stonehenge where it once passed
between a pair of 'Heelstones' that matched and replicated the Southern-Circles wooden exit posts,
except in stone. So whilst we were not entirely sure about it before, perhaps we should now consider that
the Heelstone and its missing partner, also once existed as a pair.
After passing the Heelstones, and before entering
the sarsen circle, the Avenue then had to pass a
row of three stones. These were the Slaughter
Stone and its missing partner and 'Stone D'. Stone
D was the smallest, and was placed aligned with the
moon. (Stonehenge Decoded, Gerald S Hawkins).
These three stones were clearly meant to be a
family of three - father, mother, and moon-child.
Knowing as we do that the West Kennet Avenue was an Umbilical Cord...
Avebury and its Sanctuary, plus the West Kennet Avenue that joined them together when new, was one
complete monument. (The Sanctuary on Overton Hill, by Maud Cunnington 1930). Therefore, the Sanctuary
was a baby sun, and the Avebury henge was its mother. Furthermore, having two outer circles that
measure 130 and 65 feet in diameter, the Sanctuary was related to Avebury and Windmill Hill's largest
radius, by the function Pi.
130 and 65 feet expressed in Megalithic yards equals 47.76 and 23.88 respectively. Multiplying these
figures by Pi (3.142) gives circumferences for each of 150 and 75, and these figures are one tenth of
Avebury's largest diameter and radius of 1500My and 750My. (Megalithic Lunar Observatories 1971 A.Thom).
This is also major proof of a Neolithic wheel!
With unique German Niedermendig Lava and Beaker pottery discovered buried at the Sanctuary, and
the West Kennet Avenue; and even in the middle of Stonehenge; the same hypothesis has to apply to
Durrington where the Avon also served as an umbilical. The Southern Circle therefore had to be a cell, or
foetus, with all the elements of mother, father, and child - with Professor Wainwright’s so-called ‘Midden’,
acting as a fertilizing agent.
So Stonehenge and Avebury's Sanctuary were meant to be baby suns.
The picture above shows Woodhenge correctly
oriented to respect north, which is vertical. The
right-angled triangles that its geometry is founded
upon are also shown. Some of these founding
triangles are Pythagorean, others are not.
All pictures and text are copyright © T W Flowers 2013
Archaeologists raved when they discovered the amount of stuff placed on the bottom of the Coneybury
Anomaly, a deep pit that overlooks Stonehenge. Little, however, has been said about the vast quantities
of material Maud Cunnington found in the soil that was used to hold up Woodhenge's many posts.
Ninety-four post holes contained fragments of pig and ox bones, 35 holes contained pigs teeth, 24 holes
had pigs jaws - some broken, 7 holes held pigs jaws in pairs, one hole had three, 36 posts held ox teeth, 8
post-holes held ox jaws. Further to the above was deer antler, flint scrapers and saws, horn cores,
vertebrae, three fossil echinus, pottery sherds, shoulder blades, beaker pottery, several pelvis, etc., etc.
Post C14 held a pig's skull together with BURNT HUMAN BONES. All this, together with a three and a half
year old child sacrifice was meant to bring Woodhenge to life!!
<<< Woodhenge solstice photo 2007: the white tape
on the left represents the axis of symmetry of
Woodhenge’s outer egg that points to where the
moon will rise when reaching her major standstill.
Note how the tapes straddle the 'upside-down' Silk
Hill - thought to be so, because water-rolled pebbles
were taken from the Avon and used to pave its crest.
The 2008 GPS survey that proved Stonehenge and
Professor Alexander Thom’s Megalithic yard. Picture is
Courtesy of Chris & Hugo Jenk's.
Professor Thom measured Woodhenge 12.6 inches
undersize, and even though he knew it, he did not
bother to put it right. He also mistook its alignment.
Please help with my costs so I
can bring you more. Thank you if
you do. Tom
There is just suffient room on this page to tell you
about the causewayed enclosure on top of Windmill
3,600BC, and the first to be aligned on Cherhill Hill,
some 4.5Km's away. This monument influenced the
design and building of both Avebury and
Below: A photo of
Cherhill Hill from W/Hill.
This photo shows how
the outer rings of the
on Windmill Hill used the
horizon of Cherhill Hill to
track the progress of the
sun as it approached
expounded here were
later carried down to
Avebury when the Cove
Windmill Hill Ring B geometry
and mensuration can be seen
by some as
the side of a
'The Yolk' >>
<<<< Mount Pleasant, Dorset.
The second egg in points to the setting major
standstill of the moon, whilst the outer egg,
some 7.5- degrees further north, was intended to
launch this device into a dark area of sky that
neither of our natural luminary's ever get to visit.
All measurements are in Professor Alexander Thom's
Megalithic yards and inches.
Original report: Mount Pleasant, Dorset:
Excavations 1970-1971. G.J.Wainwright. Society of
Antiquarians of London 1979.
I show the second ring in to be aligned on the major moon, and this is correct according to Wainwrights plan of Site IV seen above.
However, Wainwright's general plan conflicts with this, and would require the above to be rotated some 8-degrees anticlockwise to
suit. Agreeing with his generalised plan, Wainwright also wrote that Site IV is aligned on the 'Cardinal points of the compass.' This
would also require an 8-degree correction to the above. Perhaps now, only re-excavation will resolve the issue.