#Stonehenge: Startling new theory pinpoints origin of mysterious stones, how and why they got to #Wiltshire! ~ Jonathan Vankin, INQUISITR, 30th June 2016.
Stonehenge, the mysterious, 5,000-year-old stone monument that sits on a plain in the southwest England county of Wiltshire, has long puzzled scientists who have proposed numerous theories about how the massive structure was built and perhaps even more importantly, why.
The newest theory, however, may finally shed light on the strange stone circle’s origins — and it suggests that Stonehenge may actually be hundreds of years older than archaeologists previously believed. But there’s a catch.
While Stonehenge may have existed on the Wiltshire plain since about 3,100 B.C., the same monument may have existed earlier, about 140 miles to the west, in Wales, constructed as an ancestral tomb by the prehistoric Welsh people.
But when those…
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