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Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe: 1 [Paperback]

Jonathan M Morris
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8 Jan 2013 Solving the Neolithic Universe
Stonehenge Solved?

“Handing us the 'Why' on a silver platter, Solving the Neolithic Universe is presented in an easily digestible form, with step-by-step explanations of every facet of the theme. Illustrated with hand-renderings, in addition to CGI, Mr Morris guides the reader to their own epiphany in an extraordinarily cohesive explanation for the ultimate Purpose of this enigmatic wonder.”
ND Wiseman, Author, Cape Cod, USA

‘‘Overall I found this publication highly readable, being both informative and slightly controversial.’’
‘‘The one thing that makes this book a winner is the fact that it’s central theory is not a house of cards.’’
‘‘Highly recommended to anyone with an interest in Stonehenge.’’

Simon Charlesworth, Reviewer for The Megalithic Portal.

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  • Paperback: 76 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (8 Jan 2013)
  • ISBN-10: 148187635X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1481876353
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,295,519 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jon is an award winning author, married with two boys. He is a Fellow of two engineering institutions and is a member of various engineering panels relating to sustainability as well as a contributor to the Green Building Bible.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking!!!! 10 Feb 2013
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This book is fantastic. It certainly provokes a healthy deabte on the origins of Stonehenge. Why not a TV programme.??
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Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe
Jonathan Morris
Handow Publishing
November 2012
Amazon Kindle: 1.99
Paperback: 4.99

Why is Stonehenge?

Jonathan Morris, a Chartered Engineer working in the field of inexpensive solar collection and distribution, never had any more than a passing interest in Salisbury's big pile of rocks stuck out in the middle of nowhere. He had developed a process by which radiant solar energy could be collected and distributed efficiently for the purposes of generating electricity. This new, low-cost process would be welcomed in many third-world areas where the expense of merely purifying drinking water is prohibitive.

While visiting the world-renown edifice of Stonehenge, Mr Morris was struck with an epiphany concerning similarities between the great stone structure and his Solar Collection design. Both are circular, both oriented to the Northeast, both contain four internal design components, and both demonstrate the movement of the Sun across the sky.
Returning home, Morris set about an intense study of the ancient construction, learning its history and presumed applications. Startlingly, it soon became apparent that the fabled, mystery-shrouded monument was an accurate representation of an earth-centric Universe.

With Solstice Alignment as the henge's Axis, the Station Stones, forming a nearly perfect rectangle, demonstrating the Sun's upper- and lowermost positions at its high and low orbit around Earth, represented by the Stone Circle itself. There are more than several other peculiarities in the design relating to global positioning, too numerous to mention.
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For far too long, traditional archeologists have obsessed about the remains of a few dead people found scattered around Stonehenge. Without contributing any great progress in understanding what living people had designed, built and used Stonehenge for. This is a great step forward. It should be essential reading for anyone interested in Megalithic Engineering and a highly skilled scientific culture that spread for thousands of miles along the western coast of Europe and across the Meditterranean sea.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Stonehenge 23 Nov 2012
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Haven't read it all yet, but when I get a quiet moment to absorb it, I'm sure it will be interesting.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Relativity versus Reality 9 Jan 2013
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The "Old People" who created Stonehenge did not have NASA to help them conceive their ideas. They wore leather buskins on their feet that were in contact with reality. They built Silbury Hill as the night time rest house for their deity Sun. The Sun illuminated mankind's earth from dawn, up overhead during the day, near dusk he descended below the western horizon. Then the deity travelled under mankind's earth, his light dimmed, the dusk. At the middle of the Otherworld he entered his home, closed the Otherworld door and his light was no more in mankind's earth. Silbury Hill was the bright yellow newly thatched roof of his home, the door and the walls were in the Otherworld. Near morning he opened the door of Silbury Hill and his light renewed he made his way to the eastern edge of the Otherworld. As he rose above the eastern horizon his light illuminated mankind's earth once again, a new day had begun. That is the real story of the Neolithic Universe about 2750 BC when Silbury Hill's construction began. The truncated conical structure was built in seven layers with a flat top. A century later the Pharaoh Djser Stepped Pyramid construction began as a truncated rectangular pyramid built in six layers. The ground level perimeter of 470 metres was the same as Silbury Hill. Both structures wer dedicated to the Sun.
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