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On November 2013 when Rob Ford was caught smoking crack (along with a DUI and various other sundries), Pluto (the destroyer) conjuncted his midheaven and Jupiter (excesses) opposed it. The south node (a malefic) was not quite to his ascendant yet, but working its way there quickly.

On November 2013 when Rob Ford was caught smoking crack (along with a DUI and various other sundries), Pluto (the destroyer) conjuncted his midheaven and Jupiter (excesses) opposed it. The south node (a malefic) was not quite to his ascendant yet, but working its way there quickly.

Stonehenge as it probably was.  This is the Archetype of phasing in and out of timelines.  The Time Traveler.

stonehenge as it probably was.it would be sooo amazing to see Stonehenge

A celestial stone formation older than Stonehenge has been discovered during low tide in the Scottish Isles. It's been dubbed 'Seahenge', and its origins are unknown, yet it is thought to be around 4,000 years old, which would predate the Druid and Pagan civilizations.

Sea Henge: Bronze Age timber circle found at Holme Next The Sea Norfolk. Thought to be constructed

Stonehenge and Other Amazing Unexplained Megalithic Sites | Owlcation

Stonehenge and Other Amazing Unexplained Megalithic Sites

Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Avebury & Stanton Drew: Submitted by Elske on Thu, - This video takes the viewer beyond Stonehenge on an incredible journey of discovery that reveals the true wealth and extent of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain & Ireland.

Looking Down, What makes Stonehenge unique? For one, its design, which includes huge horizontal stone lintels capping the outer circle and sitting atop the vertical slabs called trilithons, locked together by joints. In addition, the structure includes two different kinds of stones called Bluestones and Sarsens, the largest of which weighs more than 40 tons, according to UNESCO.

In Photos: A Walk Through Stonehenge

Looking Down, What makes Stonehenge unique? For one, its design, which includes…

.Timeless, monumental...silent witnesses to passing time.

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, about 2 miles west of Amesbury and 8 miles north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks.

Wow .. 1877 photograph of Stonehenge, prior to any restoration work.

Did you know that over the last century, Stonehenge has had a series of makeovers! If you look closely at this photograph taken in July 1877 by Philip Rupert Acott, you will see a Stonehenge that looks quite different from what we see today.

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