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Has anyone considered that ancient people from 4,000 years ago would not have been able to get an aerial perspective of the site to view their creation?
The stones of Stonehenge are pretty large, heavy, and were presumably placed there by men. Don't you think that if men were going to develop a sculpture celebrating life and fertility, the sculpture would be, shall we say, more obelisk in shape?
Ok, if I squint I can see what they are saying, but where is the associated shrubbery? Clearly this edifice was built before the thong and hot waxes! Is there archeological evidence of an ancient thicket?