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We are now planning the 2015 Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury, UK (after a much needed year off!). It will take place on Saturday 9th May at Glastonbury Town Hall with a distinguished line-up of Megalithomaniacs, plus extra activities on the Friday and Sunday. Book your tickets here

In this new video Anthony Murphy, author of 'Newgrange: Monument to Immortality', and former speaker at Megalithomania 2007, takes us on a tour around Ireland's premier megalithic site and explains the secret alignments with sister-site Four Knocks, the Cygnus and Venus connection, and the tradition of the Tuatha de Danann. He also questions if there is a secret passage that is yet to be discovered. Introduction by Hugh Newman. Megalithomania are also pleased to announce the 2015 'Magic of Celtic Ireland tour' featuring Anthony Murphy.

Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman explore Göbekli Tepe - the oldest megalithic temple on Earth. Filmed on Megalithomania's 'Origins of Civlization Tour', they discuss this 12,000 year old site, its implications, as well as giving the viewer a guided tour around Enclosures A, B, C and D, where most of the complex is situated. Next Göbekli Tepe tour:
www.andrewcollins.com/page/events/Gobekli_break_0515.htm


Anyway, we look forward to seeing you fellow Megalithomaniacs on one of our expeditions this year and wish you all well.

Hugh Newman - Megalithomaniac


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ROBERT BAUVAL
DAVID. H CHILDRESS
CARMEN BOULTER

ANDREW COLLINS
ROBERT TEMPLE
MICHAEL TELLINGER
ANTOINE GIGAL
KLAUS DONA
HUGH NEWMAN

FRANCINE BLAKE
JOHN MAJOR JENKINS

SEMIR OSMANAGICH
BRIEN FOERSTER
MICHAEL CREMO
BETHE HAGENS
GLENN KREISBERG
WALTER CRUTTENDEN


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Holne Moor

Large chunks of Holne Moor are up for auction on March 26th including cairns, a hut circle, and what's described as an 'ancient walkway', which is presumably this stone row. See the latest comment on our page. Holne Moor Triple Stone Row in Devon, 150 m long. Most of the stones hardly show above the peat. There is a fallen 3.4m longstone at the Western end.

Hohenstein (Wuppertal)

. Hohenstein („High Stone“) is a dolomite rock cliff in Wuppertal (Barmen district) in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is situated in a small park, which was founded in 1900 near Hohenstein street. Geologically, it was a coral reef in the Middle Devonian. It has been reported, that this very unique place in the Wupper valley might have served as a holy place for Germanic tribes.

Luxor Avenue of Sphinxes

Per's photos from the Avenue of Sphinxes, which opened to the public in 2012. The Avenue of Sphinxes stretches 2.5 Km from Karnak Temple of Amun to Temple of Mut and Temple of Luxor. While some sphinxes are in good conditions, others are still buried under houses

Priddy Circles S

Priddy Circles damage due to be reinstated following archaeological work, see the latest comment on our page. Southern of the three main Priddy Circles, which are an arrangement of four circular earthwork enclosures near Priddy. The circles are described as 'probable Neolithic ritual or ceremonial monuments similar to a henge'. The circles, each nearly 200m across, are best seen from the air.

Please sign the petitions against the short tunnel at Stonehenge

. Save Stonehenge World Heritage Site, no further damage should be done to the archaeological landscape of Stonehenge. Future generations would be appalled at those who decided that road widening should be at the expense of England’s most iconic World Heritage Site.

Gegharot

. A 3,000-year-old Bronze Age hilltop settlement in Armenia. Recent excavations have discovered shrines possibly used for divination.