Category Archives: Megalithic Stone Circles

Mesopotamian Britain And Sacred Geometry

Are Megalithic Stone Circles Worshipping Nature?

I have been researching the megaliths of the Tal-y-fan Mountain in North Wales for some time now. Not only have I found a correlation that powerful civilisations from the remote past were interested in the mineral wealth of the environment, they had a respect and a fascination for nature itself. Continue reading Mesopotamian Britain And Sacred Geometry

Mesopotamian Britain: The Mystery of Allor Moloch

Welsh Megalithic Mysteries

The influence of the Northern Snowdonian Mountain, Tal-y-fan, must have made an impression upon the minds of the first mariner builders who graced our shores. The attention received from the ancient settlers most likely responsible for the megaliths, borders on the extreme.

Allor Molloch
Allor Moloch cromlech

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Megalithic Mysteries: The Ancient Sites of Conwy

Evidence of Worked Stones In North Wales

View from Tan-y-Fal Mountain
View from Tal-y-Fan Mountain

Recently, I paid a visit to see my good friend, Richard Slater in Conwy, North Wales. Rich shares my interest and fascination in ancient cultures and was keen to show me several megalithic sites he has discovered.

And the stones have clearly been worked. There is evidence of cuts with 90 degree angles and the surfaces are smooth and level. The stones appear to have been worked on with some form of ancient machinery. Continue reading Megalithic Mysteries: The Ancient Sites of Conwy

The Curious Case of the Stanton Drew Stone Circle

The Ancient Megalithic Stones near Bristol not even the locals have heard of!

Historians have found archaeological evidence of human remains in Bristol that date back some 250,000BCE to 400,000BCE. This period is the very early years of the so-called “Stone-Age.”

Stanton Drew To be fair, the ancients of this period were using a lot of stone. However, we are not entirely sure what they were using these mysterious stone structures for. Perhaps Stanton Drew offers some answers…

The south-west England is a hot-bed for lower Palaeolithic finds although little is known about the peoples that lived here.

Stanton Drew is situated just seven miles south of Bristol and is the second largest megalithic stone circle in Britain after Avebury. In 1982, Stanton Drew was listed as a “scheduled monument” – meaning it is of national importance and cannot be changed. Continue reading The Curious Case of the Stanton Drew Stone Circle