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Thank you to everyone who attended the 2015 Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury, UK. It took place on Saturday 9th May at Glastonbury Town Hall with a distinguished line-up of Megalithomaniacs, plus extra activities on the Friday and Sunday. We have lots of photo's and the videos are coming soon. Here are a few here!

We are now planning our big London Conference co-organised with Andrew Collins called the Origins Conference. It's at the Arts Two theatre in Queen Mary University of London. This short video introduces the Origins 2015 event, scheduled for Saturday, November 7th at this venue. Speakers include Graham Hancock, Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince, Danny Hilman Natawidjaja, Jim Vieira, Andrew Collins and myself. Plus there will be a Sunday walkabout around London's East End seeing the sites there, where Andrew shall be talking about its pentagonal geometry, the Hawksmoor churches, and the Jack the Ripper mystery. Full details and early-bird tickets here

 

In this video Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman visit Sanliurfa Museum that has most of the Göbekli Tepe artifacts and statues. They describe each piece and discuss the similarities to Peru and other ancient cultures. The new and improved "ArcheoPark' museum is now open with many artifacts that have never been on display that is part an upcoming tour in September 2015. www.andrewcollins.com/page/events/Gobekli_break_0515.htm.


Anyway, we look forward to seeing you fellow Megalithomaniacs on one of our expeditions or conferences 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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Burraland

Broch in Shetland. Burraland broch is located on a promontory at the eastern coast of Shetland. The outer wall-face is preserved on all of the tower’s perimeter, there are also remains of a gallery (possibly intra-mural staircase) and the entrance. Around the broch there are remains of outbuildings.

Musée National de Préhistoire

New Exhibition: Signs of wealth. Inequalities in the Neolithic, running from 27th June 2015 to 15th November 2015. The National Museum of Prehistory in the Dordogne, France. Completely rebuilt in recent years, this museum is one of the must sees of the area.

Spruce Hill

Guided hike set for July 11, 2015 10am-2:30pm. See comment.. Vitrified Fort in Ross County, Ohio. Spruce Hill earthwork encloses 150 acres and is possibly the largest Hopewell era enclosure ever built. The unique walls of this massive site are made of more stone than earth. There is evidence of high-temperature fires on sections of the wall - with slag and glazed bedrock that have led to controversial debates about metal-smelting furnaces (either historic or prehistoric).

Erdwerk von Müsleringen

The earthwork of Müsleringen was discovered by aerial archaeology in 2008. It was recognized from crop marks in a field in Müsleringen, which is a part of the city of Stolzenau (Lower Saxony, Germany).

Kiyomune Jinja shrine

In the precinct of Kiyonume Jinja shrine, in front of the community hall of Kiyonume hamlet, lie two large flat stones. At least, one of them with cup marks is supposed to be the capstone of a dolmen.

Gop Caves

Gop Caves and Cairn inspire song from Emily Portman's new album Coracle. The Gop Caves are surprisingly close to Gop Cairn, from which they can be accessed. Discovered in 1886-7, the caves recess some way into the limestone of Gop Hill.