“The second stone points to Silbury Hill along the line of the midsummer sunrise.”
“Can that be accidental?”
“It seems unlikely.”
… “Would there be a symbolic significance for that?”
“One would expect so.”
“Could we offer an explanation?”
“We would be happy to hazard one.”
If Silbury is a ‘Harvest Hill’ and many people believe it to be just that,
then, like as not, the ‘harvest’ was ‘seeded’ from here.
Avebury, as much as anything else, is a ‘Temple of Agricultural Man’.
Agriculture, like stone, was, and still is, a technology.
The former, holds its salient points in tact,
the latter has lost its to mystery.
Hidden Avebury: Seeking the Unseen
12th – 14th June, 2020
A Living Land Workshop…
Almost everyone knows of Avebury, the great stone circle within which a village was built. A…
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