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Don Bryan - Dowsing the Stonehenge Landscape

Talk at Ruishton Village Hall
Thursday, 28th September 2023 - 7.30pm
Entry £5 per person

For hundreds of years antiquarians and archaeologists have been studying Stonehenge, and have put forward many thoughts and theories  as to the design and purpose of the majestic stones.

In recent years however, archaeologists have looked away from the stone circle itself and have taken a much broader view of the whole of the Stonehenge Landscape, including the site of Durrington Walls, and it now seems likely we have discovered what may be the largest Neolithic Monument in the world!

 

This talk describes not only the Stones at Stonehenge, but also the very latest theories about the “Landscape of the Ancestors”.  We will also look at the importance of dowsing this landscape and discuss why the stones are exactly where they are.

Don Bryan is a Blue Badge Tour Guide and a Lecturer in both Archaeology and History.

A long standing archaeological dowser, Don served for many years as the Chairman of the Archaeological Special Interest Group of the British Society of Dowsers, and is currently the Archaeological Director of the Hampshire Archaeological Dowsers, a group he set up over ten years ago. 

Don uses his dowsing skills to bring the landscape of our ancestors to life and to explain why such monuments as Stonehenge, Avebury and Glastonbury are so important today, just as they were to our ancestors.

 

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