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    germanics & megaliths - stonehenge

    Germanic folk from the middle rhine erected the sarsens and trilithons at stonehenge but 1000 years earlier an even earlier migration from mainland europe, probably decendant from the maglamosian culture did more interesting things. You've heard of eclipse prediction at stonehenge, the process they used at stonehenge is now a java script that's within Stonehenge; the Giant's Dance. html in the stonehenge zip file that's attached to this reply. It's my own original work and there are no copyrite issues for first nation western europeans such as germanic folk. Unzip into it's own directory and click on "Stonehenge; the Giant's Dance.html.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWolf View Post
    Racially diverse?You got that right.-Immigrant Bronze Age archer
    may have built Stonehenge-

    http://www.zateev.net/ontarget/bodie...ge_archer.html
    That was a Bell Beaker, he came later from Central Europe, many Bell Beakers were rather Dinaroid, but the original founders and builders of most Megalithic constructions were of the kind I described.

    I know this is old news but still rather interesting.Also I'd like to ask if
    anybody knows if this articles information below is based on fact.Maybe one
    of you native Germans live near one of these digs and can shed some
    light on what I find to be a very intriguing subject.

    http://www.aislingmagazine.com/aisli...inGermany.html
    What exactly do you mean?

    The early Celts/Hallstatt culture shows a strong social differentiation, almost as if foreign nobles ruled the people, with La Tene-culture a broader free-warrior culture emerged and the old chieftains often disappeared, new settlements and customs replaced them.

    Probably some Indo-European herder-warrior people on horses founded aspects of the Hallstatt culture and were later disempowered, probably under Greek spiritual and political influences too.

    The large graves of the chieftains are well known...
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    I think it's impossible to pinpoint where stone megaliths originated, but the reason of the worldwide usage is clear to me: stone is nearly eternal. Nothing on earth lasts longer than stone.

    Claiming that the stone circle is Germanic or not is idiotic to me. Circles exist in nature and in every human culture, and they were seen as the perfect representation of seasonal cycles, life and death cycles, and lunar cycles.

    Circles and stones are neither Germanic, nor non-Germanic. They are universal. Whether or not stone megaliths found in Germanic territories were created by Germanics is irrelevant, as they were eventually given purpose by various Germanic tribes.

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