Where Did The Rocks Of Stonehenge Come From?
    By Hank Campbell | January 12th 2012 04:09 PM | 1 comment | Print | E-mail | Track Comments


    The Bluestones are a clue to the use of Stonehenge.

    They need to be mixed with water (hence the colour turns blue) and you need to bath in the rock salted waters - hence a place for healing. The ditch at the time of construction was a moat (hence the construction of individual pits in the moat.

    The bluestones arrived their by boat as the Avon was flooded to a height 30m higher than today in the Mesolithic Period and hence Stonehenge was on a peninsula.