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Stonehenge was 'giant concert venue'


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#16    Leftcoastgal

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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:00 AM

Makes perfect sense to me.  Think vibrations, sound waves, perfect match.  That gatherings, rituals, ceremonies took place within the circle of stones seems perfectly right to me.  Meditate much?

Oh, Red  Rock Canyon in Colorado is a natural amphitheater made up of sandstone monoliths.  Naturally formed though, not placed there.  The acoustics are phenomenal, actually the word "perfect" was used in several of references I read about the place.  This has been reported & documented by local folks back to the year 1900 and it was turned into a park for concerts in the early 1900's. .  The Ute tribe native to this area of Colorado used this site, though I don't have detailed info on what they may have performed there.


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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:37 AM

I think seeing Hawkwind at Stonehenge would have been something else.







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