Stonehenge: A Cultural Celtic Artifact

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The *New* Travel Guide to Stonehenge Stonehenge, a cultural celtic artifact with the weirdest of all of the theories ranging from aliens to possibly the apocalypse. No matter the literal abundance of littered words surrounding Stonehenge, no one knows what it is TRULY for. Though this most puzzling dig that 's been going on for over 40 years has shown some… well odd factors. Thus far it known how much Stonehenge has “changed” over the course of its study. With that said,Stonehenge, this six thousand year old artifact, has been a lively place for trading and religious rituals heading into the realm of solstice celebration, healing, sharing legends from Arthurian tales and challenging modern rationality with its ever deepening mysteries.…show more content…
The entire subject surrounds Stonehenge to an utmost annoyance. Beginning with just basic Celtic ranging all the way to Arthurian legend aka just Merlin. (“Stonehenge”, Greenehaven) .The fact that Merlin is the only one mentioned for this place is a little disheartening. Sure Merlin waved around his hand that was decorated with magic items and picked the monument up with magic. The question with magic the is movement, that is why the legend was made. Magic used to move a monument from one country to another. By natural laws of nerds and geeks, magic has been deemed irrational and, in most cases, quite frankly unreliable and it is right to say so. With the determination, you can only think that there were excavations in England and workers brought the stones there. There have been many question on who and what did it, even Atlanteans have been thought of as the ones who did this as well. (“Stonehenge” Greenehaven) Though as it stands, it 's not moving anytime soon so its purpose is also important. Being noted as a temple and an astronomical calendar are important, but is whether or not this place has any blood on its altar or not. If not, then this place just ,might be a center of healing individuals with geomagnetic forces, if that is even…show more content…
Though there were no preliminary factors for Stonehenge to make it seem like it was part of some worldly event, people still believe that it is. In many older cases, as in a lot older, it was used as a general trade center and an area to practice Celtic religious ceremonies. (“Stonehenge”, Hamlin…) Though the general structure was set in certain ways to make it ready for some possible event, it 's interesting on how these ditches or “Ditch and Bank Enclosures” served as areas to set the stones in. This was apparent around 2600 B.C.E. and around 2300 B.C.E. they went to start completing it. Though these blue stones and sarsens were littered around to form Stonehenge, some of the fallen ones nowadays were taken and now help serve the human races as water dams. (“Stonehenge”,
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