Thursday, 4 January 2018

Reconstruction of a Pagan gathering place. ( Masham , North Yorkshire )

The concept of this reconstruction in Masham, in my opinion, is great, and more should be built to allow our bairns the opportunity to see the real surroundings of their true Pagan ancestors, and not the concepts and ideas imposed on them via 'The History of Roman Propaganda'. Sites like this at one point existed all over Britain, but most are now scattered and unrecognisable to many. Although, lets not forget, from the North East of England to the North West of Scotland, there were outcrops of natural standing stones far more impressive than those made by man. The Dykes that run across the North would have had many exposed faces displaying a wall of Basalt, and in some cases Basaltic Andesite. The latter has magnetic anomalies, as I've reported many times during my research, and can naturally shine in both sunlight and moonlight, giving a possible explanation for the currently unexplained mystery of why the blue stones were transported such a distance to Stonehenge. Remember that one of the first of these stone structures is now widely accepted to have originated in the North, meaning they were more than likely spread from North to South, and not the other way around.