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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. Book your discounted early-bird tickets here

We have just got back from the 'Portals of Peru and Bolivia Tour' with guest host Freddy Silva. In this new video he discusses the sacred sites of ancient Peru, the worldwide connections, sacred water sites, magnetism, alignments and more, at the sacred Coricancha complex in Cuzco. It is said to be the 'centre of the world' or 'navel' with pathways going out from this axis-mundi across Peru, surrounded by the polygonal walls of the Palace of Inca Roca. Join us there again in June 2015: www.megalithomania.co.uk/peru2015.html - Plus check out Freddy Silva's website: www.invisibletemple.com


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

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JOHN MAJOR JENKINS

SEMIR OSMANAGICH
BRIEN FOERSTER
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BETHE HAGENS
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WALTER CRUTTENDEN


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Book Review: Stonehenge, cracking the Megalithic code by David Kenworthy

. Cerrig writes: David Kenworthy is a self-published author, and this is his first book on a subject that is relatively new to him. He gives his contribution to the ongoing debate regarding our ancient ancestors and their capabilities, in what will be the first book of a set of three covering his complete theory.

'Ain zippori

Remains of 8,000-year old olive oil found in Galilee, possibly the earliest in the world say excavators.. Remains of olive oil some 8,000 years old have been identified in pottery sherds found at Ein Zippori, in a massive Early Chalcolithic site in Israel - discovered by chance when widening a road.

Didyma Sanctuary of Artemis

Ancient holy road in Turkey restored as a tourist trail. Sanctuary of Artemis next to the Temple of Apollo as well as a processional way back to Miletus lined with stone lions.

Ancient Farm near Rosh Ha'ayin

. Stunning find in coastal region reveals ancient farmhouse and rare coin with Alexander's name on it, testifying to Greek presence. Excavations being conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in Rosh Ha'ayin preparatory to enlargements to the city in the coastal region have unearthed a unique find in recent weeks - a 2,800-year-old farmhouse consisting of 23 rooms.

Piscina Arrubia Nuraghe

. Nuraghe in Sardinia (Sardegna). Nuraghe Piscina Arrubia is one of the most interesting complex nuraghi of Sinis peninsula. It is located near the northern edge of the plateau of Su Pranu Nuragheddus. The main tower has partly preserved tholos chamber with at least two niches. Adjacent to the main tower there is a bastion with a small courtyard and two heavily damaged lateral towers. One of the corridors inside the bastion is still intact.

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

9,000-year-old man yields secrets of America's earliest inhabitants - Kennewick Man not from Columbia Valley - based on his diet and the shape of his skull, the theory is he and his relatives traveled in boats from Polynesia along the Russian and North American coasts. The museum, part of the University of Washington, includes both natural history and anthropology. Of special interest is the collection of totem poles and artefacts from pre-Columbian cultures of the Pacific Northwest.