Thursday, 7 February 2013

The Stonehenge Avenue

By Robert John Langdon

I have noticed this photo by Ariel-cam ( appearing on a few blog sites over the last few weeks.

The Avenue - from the air
The Avenue

What has not been identified is the 'bleeding obvious!'

There seems some debate by 'archaeologists' to the origin of these features.  Mike Parker-Pearson and the Time Team special in 2008 (as shown here) believe the stripes to be 'natural' from a periglacial phase of an ancient ice age, which they have not dated.  The reason for this lack of dating is that although clearly the stripes are just under the surface of the topsoil, the last glaciation was not to have affected this part of England as it stopped some 100 miles or so away in the Bristol channel.  So if these stripes were from the last ice age then the geologists would need to admit that the entire history of the ice ages that affected Britain is unknown and has been a concoction of academic lies.

Cart Tracks on raised edges of the Avenue - stonehenge
Enlarge view of the left ditch section
The simple fact is that when the builders dug out the ditch on either side of the Avenue, they placed the spoil on the side of roadway as seen on both these photographs, giving a concave affect to the edges of the road.  This same affect is seen in the ditch that surrounds Stonehenge - which should be not surprise to anyone as they are the same builders. But clearly, unnoticed by the 'experts' the cart tracks cut through this spoil.

So the cart tracks have to be man made - end of story!!

It really does not require a genius to work that one out, yet we have these so called 'experts' ignoring the facts once again. I have already reported in a previous article of a prehistoric children's cart found at the same time as my hypothesis predicts the building of the Avenue:

This picture just confirms my theory and helps date the monument more accurately.