Friday, October 20, 2006

The answer to the Stonehenge mystery??

I know the video takes a couple of minutes to watch, but I found it to be amazing! I hope you have time to watch it and tell me what you think.

Have a great weekend everyone, be safe!

~xo

24 comments:

TheGoat said...

Pretty interesting...

Thanks for sharing.

rastaman said...

Always educational coming to the Castle! Thank you.

Peace and hugs to you Babygirl!

Rasta

angel, jr. said...

Have a good weekend!!

The Husband said...

the neighborhood i grew up in is called stonehenge. at the entrance are big stones just like in the video.

che said...

Amazing , Miss Lee Ann . Now can we have our recess now ?

Lee Ann said...

TheGoat ~ I am glad to see you here at the Castle.
Have a good weekend!

Rasta ~ Thank you Rasta, have a wonderful weekend!
peace and hugs from babygirl

Lee Ann said...

angel ~ Thank you so much, you have a good weekend too!

Carl ~ Really? That is cool! Have a fun weekend cutie!

Nike ~ Yes, you have been a good boy, go play now! ;)

coach said...

It's very interesting . I though Stonehenge is a name of a wrestler .

el greco said...

Fascinating earth people .
Calling Mars , calling Mars .
My mission in Stonehenge is over . Request permission to go to the next project - the crop circles !

Cinderella said...

Have a great weekend..my computer is running like chit so I can't watch the video..sowwy!

=)

Lee Ann said...

coach ~ That may be true, you always know that sort of thing!

el greco ~ Hey! I am glad to see you here. Let me know where the crop circles will be, I want to see! I hope you will come by more often!

Shannon ~ I hope you have a great weekend too!
=)

Anonymous said...

That's all very nice and scientific like, but
we all know that Merlin of Camalot
raised those famous stones.

By the way, is this how the walls of Nannbugg were raised??

Menzies Milngavie III said...

I say!

What a wonderful and informative post, Lee Ann.

Wally is right on the mark, as far as the erection of Stonehenge is concerned.

But the real question is not how, but why.

As I showed in my recent post: http://menziesmilngavie.blogspot.com/2006/09/purpose-of-stone-rings-revealed.html, these circles were obviously constructed to celebrate and enable the continuance of the very ancient game of cricket.

MM III

~gkw said...

Really cool... Schools out now! :)

Heather said...

I love stuff like that. It completely fascinates me. Also shows you how far away we've gotten from the basics with our reliance on technology and machinery.

Have a great weekend!!

Bathroom Hippo said...


Very nice & interesting. I've always been one who loves to see things like this done...that's why I watch Mythbusters all the time.

ticharu said...

I didn't watch it, but I did scroll down to look at the hump day pic again!

BuccoTom said...

Ya know? I don't know if that's the way they did it but it's damned intresting. And it shows it can be done. I'd like to see how he puts the tops across. Thanks Lee Ann! Have a good weekend babe.
TG

hotboy said...

Mingin's idea about the cricket sounds about right to me. It's obvious really. Have a nice weekend! Hotboy

Anonymous said...

Fascinating. The mystery of Stonehenge is one that's had us Brits intrigued for a long, long time - the answer has to be simple, though, and this looks as likely as any I've come across to date!

Lee Ann said...

Poly ~ I think Merlin is awesome. Yes, that is how the walls of Nannbugg were raised! ;)

MMIII ~ I remember your post. I thought that was an excellent reason! It makes perfect sense.

gkw ~Hope you had a great weekend!

Lee Ann said...

Heather ~ I know, it really is fascinating! Hope you had a great weekend too!

Hippo ~ Mythbusters is awesome hippo! :)

Tich ~ haha, glad you enjoyed that Tich!

Lee Ann said...

TG ~ That would be very interesting, I would have liked to see how they put the top one on too! Hope you had a great weekend too!

hotboy ~ You are right, it does seem obvious! I hope your weekend was nice too hotboy!

WDKY ~ I am glad you enjoyed that. It really is an intriguing topic!

robmcj said...

Nice video, but where are the stone-age cricket bats?