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Stonehenge – Ancient Mysteries

The facts and theories surrounding the world’s best known ancient stone circle. Stonehenge, also known as the giants dance is a circle of giant stones in the south of England – Who brought them here and why?

Secrets Of The Stonehenge Skeletons (full) HD

Secrets Of The Stonehenge Skeletons – 2013 Documentary, current theories on bone fragments found at stonehenge.

Stonehenge — Secrets of an Ancient Monument

More than 5,000 years ago, the farming people of what is now southwest England began an epic construction project. Its creation would span one and a half millennia, in stages that saw it grow from a ditch-encircled earthen mound to a mighty circle of colossal standing stones — some of them brought from the mountains of distant Wales. But why was Stonehenge built? And what was its true purpose?

What prompted them to embark on such a colossal project, without the wheel and with only primitive stone tools? How did they move and raise the gigantic blocks that make up Stonehenge’s celebrated circle? And what do the alignments of the stones, which track the Sun and Moon with pinpoint precision, really signify?

This fascinating film delves deep into the mysteries of our long-lost past in the search for clues — and comes up with answers that are as surprising as they are thought-provoking.

Henges: Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew

Standing with Stones is a remarkable and unprecedented documentary film that takes the viewer beyond Stonehenge on an incredible journey of discovery that reveals the true wealth and extent of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain & Ireland.

If you ever wondered what it would be like to travel the length and breadth of the British Isles, visiting the most intriguing and enigmatic monuments that our ancestors left us, from Cornwall through England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland to the outer reaches of the Hebrides and Orkney, then you will love this film.

Described by one magazine reviewer as “A stunning study of standing stones. A work of art.” (Forten Times), this is no amateur travelogue. Written and presented by writer and explorer Rupert Soskin and shot and edited by broadcast producer Michael Bott, this film is a stunningly beautiful and absorbing two and a quarter hour tour of our ancient heritage in the company of an engaging and knowledgable host – the journey of a lifetime.

The Stonehenge Conspiracy

A reexamination of the theory that the stones at Stonehenge were carried by Neolithic tribesmen from sites far away, including West Wales. It is concluded that this is nothing but a popular myth; that the sarsens were collected locally; and that the bluestones were in all probability carried by glacier ice to the vicinity of Stonehenge. There they were collected up over a wider and wider radius — and eventually, the builders lost motivation, ran out of energy and ran out of stones. So Stonehenge was really just an aberration or a folly, and it was never finished.