PROTO STONEHENGE: The design of Stonehenge discovered to have been developed in the Presell hills of West Wales
By ROBIN HEATH
From the Back Cover:
In the Preseli mountains of coastal West Wales, volcanic outcrops have been long identified as the source of many of the bluestone megaliths at Stonehenge. Now, following the recent discovery of a previously unknown megalithic complex, a second connection is made between Wales and Stonehenge, showing that Stonehenge was the end result of a long project undertaken over many centuries with the goal of developing a Neolithic technology capable of measuring and recording time and space. It is a work of creative genius and the technology can be shown to have been developed in Wales. Breathtakingly accurate, it has become completely lost until now, absent from our history books. Once understood, it lifts the capabilities of Neolithic culture to a new level, revealing a practical megalithic science with which to integrate the cycles and rhythms of the sky with those experienced on earth. The book tells the story of this discovery and introduces a new and remarkable effective analytical tool with which to evaluate prehistoric sites.
About Robin Heath:
Previously Head of Department of Coleg Ceredigion, Robin Heath has a science degree and was previously a research and development engineer in the electronics industry, prior to a 15 year career as Senior Lecturer in Mathematics and Engineering. Now an internationally published author on the subject of ancient science, he is well known and widely respected on the UK lecture circuit and has recently been awarded an Honorary Research Fellowship within the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Wales, Lampeter. An active researcher, the author also undertakes weekend site instruction in archaeoastronomy for Sky & Landscape, and has been consultant for several television documentaries and to Ouroboros Educational Trust. Other details are available at www.robinheath.info