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A druid priest explains Stonehenge

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Saru

A druid priest explains Stonehenge

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Click here to watch video - 05:26s

Kim Payne explains the history of one of the world's most enchanting and mysterious monuments.

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wolfknight

Very interesting to watch. I think StoneHenge means different things to different people. I did like his thoughts on how the stones got there.

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shrooma

I think StoneHenge means different things to different people.

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''every generation gets the stonehenge it deserves-and desires.''

-jacquetta hawkes-

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Likely Guy

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''every generation gets the stonehenge it deserves-and desires.''

-jacquetta hawkes-

I think that you're right, which is also kind of depressing. Before I went there, in my mind's eye, I never would have thought that the site was trapped between two major highways.

Also, the circular path that people have to traverse around the site (about 70 or 80 ft. away from the stones) each plodding along listening to their own 'automated hand held guide' was probably one of the least spiritual times that I've had. Imagine 150 people walking in a circle listening to what looks like cell phones.

Then it was back through the tunnel under the highway, past the gift shop and 'back on the bus'. :(

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Silver Surfer

Oh yea hes a real druid priest.....

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