Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Same Cherwell Hill: different moon.
I made a mistake with todays Avebury entry - Sorry. The egg that surrounds Avebury’s Cove is aligned on the equinox.  Different alignment and time, yes, but the equinox is when the moon slithers down the northern slope of Cherhill when seen from the Cove, not the minor moon as stated.

Avebury’s egg must surely have been the motivator that caused the Stonehenger’s to copy and align the Stonehenge Great Cursus on the equinox too.

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