Stonehenge Was A Center Of Healing For Sick People

September 23, 2008

Washington (ChattahBox) – According to a new finding by archaeologists, Stonehenge was a center for healing for sick people.

Archaeologists were led by Prof. Darvill of Bournemouth University, as they carried out the first excavation of Stonehenge in 40 years.

They have found that the ancient site was a healing center, as sick people were brought there.

The healing came from the magic blue stones found at the site, as they were believed to have healing powers.

Other major discoveries have been made as well, as they have found that the construction of Stonehenge is now dates at 2300 BC.

They also found that hunter-gatherers were on the site around 7330 BC, 4000 years earlier than previously thought.


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