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This plan and elevation gives a good idea of what a complex medicine wheel is about. Again, this is stonehenge.

Building one's own medicine wheel is one of the best ways to become familiar with the earth - sky relationship. To build an effective medicine wheel, one needs a flat and isolated stretch of ground in which to begin mapping out important transits of the sun, moon and stars over the years. This construction can then serve everyone who knows how to use it thereafter.

Stonehenge: Stonehenge, stages of development, c. 3100 BC, c. 2100 BC, and c. 1550 BC [Credit: English Heritage]

Stonehenge, prehistoric stone circle monument, cemetery, and archaeological site located on Salisbury Plain, about 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. It was built in six stages between 3000 and 1520 BCE, during the transition from the Neolithic Period to the Bronze Age.

goodnighturpis: Stonehenge Today & Yesterday by Frank StevensCurator of the Salisbury Museumwith Plans and Illustrations byHeywood Sumner. F.S.A. 1916

goodnighturpis: “Stonehenge Today & Yesterday by Frank Stevens Curator of the Salisbury Museum with Plans and Illustrations by Heywood Sumner. F.S.A. 1916 ”

Looking Down, What makes Stonehenge unique? For one, its design, which includes huge horizontal stone lintels capping the outer circle and sitting atop the vertical slabs called trilithons, locked together by joints. In addition, the structure includes two different kinds of stones called Bluestones and Sarsens, the largest of which weighs more than 40 tons, according to UNESCO.

The roughly 5,000-year-old concentric rings of stone slabs continues to inspire speculation about why it was built. There is no question about its visual impact, however.

Aerial view of Stonehenge, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe - 508-20433

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Stonehenge Saturday 30th December 2006 - immediately after the downpour - soaked to the bone - wet camera but couldn't resist taking some shots. I think the spots are raindrops on the lens,(they were only there for a few shots taken around the same time and haven't been a problem since). I'm very new to photoshop so I haven't tried to repair them yet.

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