Those interested in understanding more about the Stonehenge complex, may
wish to note that Guy Underwood (in his now o/p work, published by Museum
Press and I believe, Abacus, titled (if I remember it correctly), _The
Pattern of the Past_, @ 1969), undertook a careful dowsing analysis
of the Stonehenge complex to determine what it's Underworld area might offer.
To his fascination, the area produced a highly complex underwater patterning,
which he felt explained why the site had been selected (knowing the
fascination with wells, fountains, rivers, lakes, dew-ponds, etc. of
I recommend this work for those who want to see the world through the
eyes of the people who lived in those times.
> On Wed, 23 Mar 1994, Grant MacDonald wrote:
> > I have been reading with interest the discussion on Pendragon: The Celtic
King. It is an interesting idea to
> > work in the Picts. Have you thought of linking the Picts with the neolithic
(pre Celtic) monuments such as
> > Newgrange and Stonehenge.
> > If you do that you can depict them as a highly organised, sun worshiping
> Of course, this is assuming that Stonehenge was built to worship the
> sun. As I understand, nobody is really certain as to its function.
> Personally, I think that the builders of Stonehenge had a divine
> premonition of archaeologists, and built the whole thing simply to
> confuse them.
> Mark Adderley
> Univ. of S. Florida