Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county
of Wiltshire, about two miles west of Amesbury and eight miles
north of Salisbury.  It is one of the most famous sites in the
world. It has so much to do with numbers that some mystics have
called it a prehistoric computer.

Stonehenge was a place of burial from its beginning to its zenith
in the mid third millennium B.C. related to an ancient system of
numerology and celestial divination that used to belong to a
prehistoric Celtic style culture known as Annunnaki.

Just in case you are not from this planet and have not heard of
Stonehenge it is basically a circle of very large free standing
boulders that surrounds a series of several hundred burial mounds.

It’s been estimated that it was built for 1500 years 2900 BCE (in
the Middle Neolithic Age.)  The oldest part of the site consists
of a circular bank and a ditch that is about 100 meters in
diameter. 100 is of course a nice round holy number that symbolizes
wholeness. Inside this circle there are 56 chalk holes that are
about three feet in diameter. These holes are known as the Aubrey

One of the most significant things about the Aubrey holes is the
way they are arranged.  A CBS documentary on Stonehenge that ran in
sixties ran a computer analysis of the circle and found out it was
a very special location when it came to marking moon eclipses that
occur in a repetitive sequence of 19 years, another 19 years and
then 18 years.

When numerologists add 19 and 19 and 18 together they reach the
number 56.  A black stone was moved around the circle in sync with
the passage of moon cycles.

This meant that every 56 days the stone would arrive at the center
stone, also known as the heal stone and tell us exactly the day
when a moon eclipse would occur.  The fact that Stonehenge is so
efficient at marking the movements of the moon and sun have also
had it nicknamed the Eclipse Computer.

Of course the awe factor in all of this is that the monument itself
is so prehistoric. The question absolutely is how this uncannily
accurate stone computer could have been created in such a unique
geographical location miles away from any stone quarry? The dating
of the placement of the rocks tell us that it could not possibly be
the work of the Neolithic tribes that lived at that time. It is one
of the biggest mysteries in the history of mankind.

The numerology that predicts the rotational frequency of the
movement of the sun and moon that is inherent in the structure of
the central circle of Stonehenge is very sophisticated and also
theoretical support for the idea that aliens once visited our
planet and used the site as a S.I.D. or Stored Information Device.

The erection of the upright stones surrounding the Aubrey Holes
came a little later in history – around 2,500 BCE.  These
freestanding stones are called the Sarsen Circle.  The circle is
exactly 100 feet in diameter.

Any numerologist or astrologer would immediately ask him or herself
why thirty upright stones were erected on this site. One theory is
the need to reduce the mathematical system down to twelve.

In essence a circle is 360 degrees. If you divided it by thirty you
get the number 12.  The number 12 was the sacred root number of the
Annunnaki civilization.

The Annunnaki civilization was ruled by twelve months that were in
turn ruled by twelve great Gods.  This culture also were
responsible for dividing the twenty four hour day into two twelve
hour segments – one symbolizing day and the other night. This
culture also created the twelve signs of the Zodiac.

The thirty Sarsen upright stones are harder than granite and weigh
about twenty-five tons each. The big mystery behind them is that
they were mined at a quarry near Marlborough Downs using tools that
could not have been possibly invented by or available to that very
primitive culture at that time, once again supporting the idea that
Stonehenge’s construction had something to do with aliens.
Furthermore the Marlborough Downs quarry is over twenty miles away
from the site so this also begs the question of how these primitive
people transported these twenty five ton boulders all that way.

The other eerie thing is that  the final construction placed each
upright stone into the ground, forming the 100 foot circle with the
top level of all 30 stones extraordinarily attaining the identical

The tops of these uprights were linked by a continuous ring of 30
horizontal Sarsen lintels, curved to follow the circumference of
the circle. These lintels were anchored in place by  ten pin an
hole joints and cap stones.

This construction technique also  appeared later as part of the
construction of  many temples in Egypt, Greece and Rome. Those
structures were rectangular, rather than the circular shape of

So just what should the significance of 56 stones mean to us
mortals in the long run? Only the aliens know for sure but it is a
bit eerie that human beings also carry 56 chromosomes in their
strands of DNA

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