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Stonehenge took 500 years to build and required up to 30% of the population of Great Britain to do it. Think about that. What if three out of every ten Americans worked on a single structure for 25 generations? That’s right TWENTY FIVE GENERATIONS!

In his paradigm shattering new book, Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge, Graham Phillips opens the door into the secrets of Stonehenge that has been kept firmly shut for generations. We find out who carried out this incredible feat, and, above all, we find out WHY!

Expect a revealing, wonder-field Dreamland as Whitley explores the living library that is Stonehenge with one of the world’s most innovative experts, Graham Phillips.

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  1. The download is an interview with Caitlin and John Matthews. How do we get the Stonehenge download?

  2. Fantastic interview. The body of knowledge that went into the building of Stonehenge and other megalithic sites, especially the understanding of the energies of ley lines and how stone can focus this energy, lived on well into historical times, and is embodied in the Gothic cathedrals. The specialized companies of stonemasons who built Chartres and Notre Dame and Glastonbury Abbey and those other magnificent temples were the spiritual descendants of the Druids, which is why the Gothic cathedrals are built on ley lines. Those medieval stonemasons even had a ritual, or set of rituals, intended to be enacted within the cathedrals they worked on. The purpose of that ritual was to gather and harness and focus the energies of ley lines and power spots for initiatory purposes, more specifically to trigger the awakening of the Kundalini in three stages. This ritual has come down to us as Freemasonry. The modern Masons are the inheritors of the traditions of the cathedral builders, and through them, the Druids. (By the way, under the old website my monker was BrotherMark, now posting under my real name as I’m not able to change my nickname.)

  3. Many years ago I visited the Rollright Stones near Chipping Norton and the warden at that time, ‘Jock’, long since passed-on bless him, showed me a patch in the ground from which energy was emanating.

    You could actually feel energy hitting, pulsing quickly into your hand. The energy stayed in my arm for at least two days. Jock theorised that such places played several roles, one of which was for healing and recuperation. He was convinced that the energy from the ground within the circle helped his arthritis.

    Having absorbed the energy I underwent a creative transformation over the next year or two that took my life in a completely different direction. Coincidence? Maybe, maybe not.


  4. Yes I agree fascinating interview. I wish Mr. Philips was asked about the argument presented on episodes of the “Ancient Aliens” series on the History Channel that only the direct intervention by a superior, advanced extraterrestrial species could Stonehenge and the great pyramids have been built.

  5. While studying Shamanism with the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, I learned how to have direct conversations with Plant Spirits. I have had direct conversations with Poison Oak and St John’s Wart and other plant Spirits. Learn to do Shamanic Journeying and you can do it too. The plants will tell you what they are good for and how to respectfully harvest them.

    1. I wonder whether a Corn plant spirit might be able to shed light on real crop circles?

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