Places I want to see: Stonehenge

@FayeHazel (18475)
United States
November 21, 2017 11:46am CST
Places I want to see: Stonehenge version I cannot begin to say why the monolith of Stonehenge fascinates me, but it does. It feels like someplace where I would "Belong" if that makes sense? It also amazes me how facts like these gets lost in history. At one time people knew what purpose it served. Now it's a mystery. Additionally from what I can tell, the countryside in the area is wonderful. Nova video about Stonehenge:
New archeological finds shed light on this misunderstood monument of the ancient world.
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@Mike197602 (13739)
• United Kingdom
21 Nov
I have never been to stonehenge For the majority of my life I lived in gloucestershire which borders wiltshire where stonehenge is. I now live in worcester which is in the county of worcestershire and only 80 miles from stonehenge.
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@topffer (34590)
• France
21 Nov
it is not too late. Weird that you did not went there with your school if you were not far ?
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@AmbiePam (49486)
• United States
21 Nov
I keep waiting to see more posts from you!
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@thelme55 (14705)
• Germany
21 Nov
I would visit that place if I were you. I wish I have visited that place when we kept on traveling to England ages ago.
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@Corbin5 (109318)
• United States
21 Nov
I did view a fascinating documentary on Stonehenge. Still a mystery, I think, how the creators of Stonehenge were able to do it.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
The how and why of the thing just amaze me
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@topffer (34590)
• France
21 Nov
I have visited Stonehenge and I wish you to see it. I believe that Carnac and its 2934 menhirs is more impressive.
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@YrNemo (13335)
22 Nov
Find any witchcraft there? Or traces of aliens from space? or feel like the place was haunted? (You would know more about this than any of us I guess, being in your field!)
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@topffer (34590)
• France
22 Nov
@YrNemo I found only megaliths in both places, and it was good as I was there to see them.
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22 Nov
Actually I have no "feelings" as such.
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@rebelann (41920)
• El Paso, Texas
22 Nov
I too am fascinated with it but I think the Romans and early Christians are responsible for the loss of it's history. It's the same as with the American Indians, so much of their culture and history was obliterated by arrogant Europeans.
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22 Nov
Maybe some arrogant Europeans built it in the first place, but because they were too arrogant (wars, etc.) they destroyed it later on LOL!
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@rebelann (41920)
• El Paso, Texas
22 Nov
Apparently you do not know Native American History @informationshelter
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Ah yes, keeping of old ways was rather frowned on for awhile... maybe that's part of why the info about it got lost
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@Marty1 (34610)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
21 Nov
That would be a great place to visit. I never thought about it before but i would like to visit some day
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
There should be a big meeting of mylotters there
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@Marty1 (34610)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
23 Nov
@FayeHazel That would be great to finally meet each other in this fascinating place!
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
26 Nov
@Marty1 That would be so awesome. Better start saving those mylot dollars
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@kepweng (16794)
• Waikoloa, Hawaii
21 Nov
its found in ireland?? i think it was built by aliens
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@Mike197602 (13739)
• United Kingdom
22 Nov
It is in wiltshire in england.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Yeah - like Mike said - it's in England, though there are many other structures around the world too. Aliens actually is a theory
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@AmbiePam (49486)
• United States
21 Nov
It is funny to think of the people back then, if they knew how fascinating we thought it was now, would just have inscribed gibberish to make those modern day weirdos wonder.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
That's funny. I wonder if any of them who built it thought that. "Oh in the future people will really wonder about this...."
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@JudyEv (125671)
• Bunbury, Australia
21 Nov
We were driving through this part of England some years ago and suddenly there was Stonehenge in a paddock. This was just before they fenced it all off.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Oh wow! That must have been amazing to see in person.
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@JudyEv (125671)
• Bunbury, Australia
23 Nov
@FayeHazel I was jumping up and down with excitement! It seemed pretty much in the middle of nowhere - just in a big paddock.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
26 Nov
@JudyEv Wow, I can't imagine, that is cool how you stumbled across it
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@Daelii (5718)
• United States
21 Nov
I would love to see it too! It's even more amazing that there are more structures beneath it. It also has evidence of being a burial spot on top of a calendar.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Oh I had never heard about additional structures under it. Amazing!
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@Daelii (5718)
• United States
22 Nov
@FayeHazel Yes, its really cool! Hidden for thousands of years... more info at a quick site:
Underground images show a large complex of monuments and buildings used in rituals dating back thousands of years.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
@Daelii Wow, I visited the link. Thank you for sharing. It's truly amazing
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@just4him (120063)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
22 Nov
I can understand that. I would like to see it too.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
I hope we can go sometime. Maybe together :-)
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@just4him (120063)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
23 Nov
@FayeHazel That would be fun.
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@m_audrey6788 (13666)
• Philippines
21 Nov
Yes I love to see that stonehenge
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
26 Nov
Me three :-)
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• Philippines
26 Nov
@FayeHazel Who`s me two?
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@JohnRoberts (59848)
• Los Angeles, California
21 Nov
I have visited Stonehenge.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Ah lucky. I'm jealous
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21 Nov
This place is definitely on my list.
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21 Nov
@m_audrey6788 Let's go!
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• Philippines
21 Nov
@TheInvisibleMan Ok to the dreamland
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21 Nov
@m_audrey6788 HAHAHA LOL!
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@antonbunot (9486)
• Calgary, Alberta
22 Nov
I would love to explore the amazon forest . . and hope to see headhunters. I heard there are still headhunters roaming in the amazon forest! I wonder if there is one or 2 roaming in Amazon.com!
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
I hope you get to see the Amazon someday and I hope that if you meet a headhunter, that they are friendly :-)
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• Calgary, Alberta
22 Nov
@FayeHazel Bit scary . . .because my head looks like an egg of an Ostrich (above drawing) . . they might chop it off and barbecue it.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
@antonbunot Ha ha. I doubt that picture looks much like you, but true, you'd have to worry about headhunters. They might think you look good for bbq
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@YrNemo (13335)
22 Nov
I am interested in this place but only because people said the place might have been created or built many years ago for some witchcraft purposes. And that if you come at a certain time of the day or night (perhaps a full moon night is better), you might see something interesting (which might result in some goosebumps!)... Fancy that! Can you run fast if you see something awful there?
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
I do wonder if it was a Druid structure.... Or what it's like during a full moon like you say, or maybe some event like a solstice
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@YrNemo (13335)
22 Nov
@FayeHazel They made many TV documentary films out of that Stonehenge. Fictions were written around it too!
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
26 Nov
@YrNemo I got some documentaries from the library, even checked out a fictional book about it
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@thelme55 (14705)
• Germany
21 Nov
I have visited one in Ireland and it was awesome.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Oh amazing, I'm happy you got to see one. I guess there are many such monuments
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@thelme55 (14705)
• Germany
22 Nov
@FayeHazel yes, there is one in England which I would love to see.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
26 Nov
@thelme55 I think that is the most famous one
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@TheHorse (67110)
• Pleasant Hill, California
22 Nov
It's on my list as well. I'll check out the video after work.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
I hope we both get to see it some time
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@cahaya1983 (10043)
• Malaysia
22 Nov
It has always been intriguing to me. I'd love to visit the place too someday.
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
I hope we both can see it
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@andriaperry (53034)
• United States
22 Nov
I will ride shotgun!
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
We should have a big MyLot meet up there ! :-)
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@averygirl72 (16638)
• Philippines
21 Nov
I find it an interesting place like the Easter Island
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@FayeHazel (18475)
• United States
22 Nov
Oh Easter Island, very interesting and mysterious too
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