They were terrified and were certain that more would come. In the immediate aftermath of the most amazing event they had ever witnessed the most challenging question they had ever faced was; What to do to hide the very tragic action they had taken? How would they best ensure that all could escape certain deserved punishment? They had to act without haste and they had to use the local environment before more come.
They were pragmatic and principled toward survival. Every task had a good reason.
The stars above them held no more significance than the grains of sand on a beach. They held no spiritual beliefs that were of any complexity deserving drawings or icons or personifications of beings of any supernatural fantasy. They were the hardest working people Britannia has ever known and their lifespans were short and lived as challenged as they labored to eat and to have shelter.
Above: The British Government attempts the deception of distraction."If they think it was created by us or moved from where it had been, then if they insist on digging deep underneath they won’t find anything. If from now on we hire the anthropologists and so control what is found and how deep they can go, then they can help us to deceive them." I asked myself right-away upon learning of these images and the stated reason for their existence: If the purpose of this exercise was to emulate the building of Stonehenge and then learn important anthropological facts about it’s origin; Why use motorized cranes and trucks and winches and pulleys?
For “them,” it is an important historical monument visited for centuries from very far away, that has very important meaning as revered and as sacred and so they protect it. For us primitives it is an odd configuration of heavy stones whats mystery has been poorly interpreted by many for millennium as we attempted to make apparently reasonable human sense for their purpose.
Through our recent history dozens of anthropologists and amateur sleuths whose time dates back over centuries, have sought out a cause for the arrangement. After each of them had completed their work they were left with no clear causality for the behemoth stones. But their only comparative reference was limited to assumption that the Neolithic “Beaker People,” were practicing the belief oriented behaviors of many civilizations that came and went through history in the many centuries long after the Beaker people had existed and thrived as a community of highly practical and very challenged people.
Those many well educated anthropologists were bright people who practiced a science but they completely missed-the-boat. They began their exploration for answers in the wrong context. They excused the search for practicality because that would be taking stabs at guesses and that is not science by modern standard. They sought spiritual reasons and that was their mistake.
After looking at every dig of old and new I have a good chuckle at them. Because they were mislead by themselves and by assumption. After reading the old texts of explorers and seeing what has been found and seeing what has been assumed to be Stonehenge's original builders intent, I am amused at the relatively modernistic interpretations that were always in summary conclusions, that those ancient Britain's had the same type of religiosity of much later Earth dwellers from other corners of this world.
As scientists those many academics dared not to think in terms of guessing the practicality and pragmatism of may have been involved in the creation of the very heavy circle. Because of academic competition and a long lasting desire to lend the sciences the credibility of truths to separate the mythology of the Earth’s religions and the metaphysical pondering of many leaders of our ancient history, they were incapable of embracing the context of this presentation as a very pragmatic reason why the Neolithic of ancient Britain would put their lives on hold for several years and die and become maimed to conduct such an immense task of the assemblage of Stonehenge.
The tragedy was began a traumatic and stressful period that changed the way of life for a large community and the thousands of the several tribes that shared a bonding commonality and had identified as one people before the period of struggle toward their common solution had begun. The tragedy was covered-up and at the end of a several year period of doing so a new era in Britain had begun as a result of the actions of their collective decision that had seeme at the time to be the only solution. It began a time of new understanding of the environment and new ways to manipulate it.
Though initially these changes seemed destructive to all, the people of Britain eventually benefited immensely and they did not know that deep in their past a singular event on one brilliantly lit and warm evening had begun it all. They gained a new understanding of societies and a new confidence in what a large and organized community could accomplish.
It was dealing with the event that had created an urgent crisis of a matter of life or death for 8,000 men, women and children that changed all of Britain. Unknown to those who read this story there remains today, one tremendous consequences of this event for all of us on the entire planet.
It was the time of the great gathering for the Beaker People, a late Stone Age, Neolithic, agrarian and hunting peoples who dominated prehistoric Britain. Their joyous gathering occurred every other year since before the time of their grandfathers and its timing followed the end of the fall harvest for all the Beaker tribes that surrounded what is now called the Salisbury Plaines. They came from three directions and they carried with them bounties to be shared proudly and in friendship. One tribe walked for more than three weeks, the others were closer to the plaines, but excitement was shared equally among the tribes for the celebration, for the unity. The excitement began early each year of the gathering and the anticipation fueled everyone for the awaited fall season march to the rolling Salisbury Plaines meadows. It all occurred in a neutral location, on land where about 10 acres was rolling meadow surrounded by small forests and glens, streams, and the swollen river Avon a short walk away. The largest tribe was from the Eastern Sea. Their camp was about two miles west from the festival area, where daily the people of all three tribes would come together for gathering activities. Where a foot race track, of a long ago agreed upon standard, was the geographic center of a temporary camp. The foot races had for several generations become the most enthusiastic reason for the gathering. Surrounding the track, the festival area, a small city that had sprung-up just for the gathering. Around the track the grassy meadows became interspersed by large and small lentos, campfires and temporary huts, where children ran all day long playing hide and seek, playing everything. The festival area was all to be removed and the site picked-clean by the end of every gathering.
Above: One important missing link. We did not
know until recently the accurate degree and rate of a changing
obliquity of Earth. The stars were completely different to those
looking up 4,500 years ago.
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