STONEHENGE. Druids Lay-lines Stonehenge The bluestones. DRUIDS. In the Celtic religion the word Druidry means the practices of the ancient druids, the priestly class in ancient Celtic societies. Their influence was as much social as religious; infact they
In the Celtic religion the word Druidry
means the practices of the ancient
druids, the priestly class in ancient
Celtic societies. Their influence was as
much social as religious; infact they
could be philosophers, scientists,
teachers, judges and councillors to the
King. The Druids linked the Celtic people
with their numerous gods, the lunar
calendar and the sacred natural order.
The Ancient Order of Druids was
founded in 1781 by Henry Hurle.
Lay-lines are energy lines passing through
the Earth and one of them crosses Stonehenge.
Stonehenge is a Neolithic and Bronze Age monument located near
Amesbury in the English county of Wiltshire, about 8 miles (13 km)
northwest of Salisbury. It is composed of earthworks surrounding a
circular setting of large standing stones, known as megaliths. There
is some debate about the age of the stone circle, but most
Archaeologists think that it was mainly constructed between 2500
BC and 2000 BC.
Stonehenge is surely Britain’s greatest national icon, symbolizing
mystery, power and endurance; it was a temple made for workship
of ancient earth deities.
Many of the original stones have fallen or been removed by
Previous generations for home construction or road repair.
The Bluestones are the stones used in the first
stone circle and they come from the Prescelly
Mountains of Wales.
They weigh up to 4 tons each and about 80
stones were used, in all. But the question is:
how could men manage to move them?
Is thought that they’re brought for kilometros
only with the man’s power!
During the ages many of them were moved
away and the mythology attached to the
moving has been attribuited to the magic of