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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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ANDREW COLLINS
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MICHAEL TELLINGER
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KLAUS DONA
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FRANCINE BLAKE
JOHN MAJOR JENKINS

SEMIR OSMANAGICH
BRIEN FOERSTER
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BETHE HAGENS
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WALTER CRUTTENDEN


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Bosiliack Barrow

Entrance grave excavation during the summer of 1984. View looking along the chamber complete with blocking stones. Photo by Sandy G. A small neolithic Scillonian entrance grave consisting of a 5m diameter circular mound of stones. The kerb of larger slabs is pierced by a passageway which faces the rising of the midwinter sun after the shortest day of the year.

Meldzeres dobumakmens

. Cup stones are not rare on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea. They all have approximately the same dimensions. They are considered precious enough testimonies of the past for some of them to be now preserved in museums. That said, I could only list a dozen of them.

Nimrud

"Islamic State" bulldozing the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud, see comment. Ancient Settlement in Iraq. Remains of early Assyrian city. The city of Nimrud was the ancient Assyrian city called Kalhu, Calah or Kalakh, located on the river Tigris south of Nineveh and some 30 km southeast of modern Mosul.

Tarr Steps Prehistoric Bridge

Tarr Steps ancient bridge is featured on a 2015 Royal Mail stamp, it was also on a stamp in 1968 (image on our page). Which do you prefer?. A (possibly) prehistoric bridge over the river Barle near Winsford. It is certainly Medieval and a much older date back to 1000 BC or beyond seems entirely possible. Some of the stones weigh 5 tons and were said to have been placed there by the Devil to win a bet.

Masso di Piero

. Boulder near the Giona river, bearing marks that date from the Neolithic/Eneolithic Copper Age time through to the modern age. The most interesting marks are two human figures, possibly two warriors, of one of whom is armed with a shield and spear.

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.