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The Lost Science of Measuring the Earth: Discovering the Sacred Geometry of the Ancients

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Two of the most experienced researchers into prehistoric culture have made a remarkable breakthrough in understanding the system by which prehistoric monuments were designed and placed on the landscape. This system, a precision geodetic science, enabled the megalith builders to mark out vast geometric shapes across the landscape. At key points, they erected their magnifice

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Paperback, 143 pages
Published February 25th 2015 by Adventures Unlimited Press (first published August 15th 2006)
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WOW.... what a remarkable book!!! John Michell is one of my heroes for having blazed an amazing trail of discovery on a topic that will surely unlock a lot of ancient mysteries and ultimately blow all of the minds on the planet. Along with Graham Hancock and several others, these guys are opening the eyes of humanity to the realization that we have lost some very advanced knowledge from the time before our earliest records. We will have to rethink our history on this planet. The people who built ...more
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Robin Heath has a science degree, and has written several books based on research into the astronomy and architecture of megalithic sites. Sun, Moon & Earth and the best selling Stonehenge are published by Wooden Books and Walker & Co, NY. A recent book, The Measure of Albion, co-written with John Michell, looks at the evidence for ancient wisdom in prehistoric Britain. Robin undertakes guided to ...more

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