The majority of Englishmen know the Salisbury Valley because of the ancient Stonehenge monument. However very few people know that the ruins are haunted by UFOs. In August 1957, a war game was held between the London garrison and the Royal Guards from Liverpool in the mentioned valley. According to the battle’s conditions, the defending side (the London garrison) was equipped with five Centurion tanks. The tanks performed a defensive role: they maneuvered and fired at the center of the area. When the tanks were getting ready for the combat mission, the crew of one of the tanks reported that they saw a large, silver, cigar-shaped object; they reported that the tank was ready to open fire.
After the report, no more information could be obtained about the tank, and none of its traces could be found. The tank simply disappeared.
Really strange things occur around Stonehenge. One Englishman decided to fly a kite near Stonehenge. He stood on the bed of his pickup, and the kite flew up and up towards the sky. Suddenly, when the kite flew above the cromlech’s edges, 150-200 yards from the car park, a strange unknown source of energy hurt the man’s hands. The man lost his conscience and fell down from his car. His wounds healed only after six months.
There is another even more fantastic phenomenon. Once, a group of people heard some strange sounds from the direction of the stones. These people immediately left, but the strange sound went up into the sky with a buzzing. Then, these people saw something resembling a huge wheel of fire, turning as it flew up into the sky. Later, after they returned home, they saw a female figure dressed in yellow clothes. The woman’s hair was long, and her coiffure resembled an ancient Egyptian one. This even gave them the impression that they witnessed a struggle between good and the evil.
One Czech artist says that levitation of sounds was used when Stonehenge was built; the levitation was caused by the strengths of sound and thought.
Tony Wedd discovered a very important element of new discoveries: he discovered a connection between ancient field lines of the area and UFOs. The cromlech area resembles an UFO when seen from the air. Circular embankments and ditches are an exterior rim of the UFO, the Aubrey holes are the illuminators, and the internal stone ring is the UFO’s cabin. The central stone resembles a prominent cabin, and the so-called blue stones are humanoids. The rather unknown small town of Waminster, situated between Stonehenge and Glastonbury, is the center of a garrison surrounded by military emplacements. Is this the reason why the place is so often observed by UFOs? On the whole, the connection between UFOs and the military can be interpreted in two ways. A positive one: extraterrestrials believe that the nuclear emplacements pose a danger to the existence of people, which is why they are keeping their eyes on us. Another, and rather strange, suggestion is that even if extraterrestrials and the military don’t closely cooperate, they have probably established a policy of concealing the truth. At least, they have decided not to reveal their secrets to people of the Earth.
Although Stonehenge is owned by civilians (it belongs to the Royal family), it is surrounded by closed military zones. Glastonbury’s peace and quiet are not disturbed yet. Over Waminster, UFOs frequently follow a flight path from the east to west, from Stonehenge to Glastonbury. In this place, people have observed UFO landings, giants, sounds of invisible pedestrians, and even exotic space perfume left after a UFO flew away. However, this phenomenon isn’t new. Even John Aubrey in his notes in 1670 mentioned a strange ghost seen not far from Sprinchester. When the ghost was asked whether it was a good or an evil spirit, no response followed, and the creature disappeared, leaving an unusual smell and melodious chime after itself.
In 1954, many years before alternative archeology appeared, one photographer saw a column of light in his pictures. It was like a searchlight ray that hit the cloudless sky from central Trilit.
Two obvious instances of UFO presence in the area were registered not so long ago. In 1968, Arthur Shuttlewood saw an UFO close to a circle of fire that emerged from Stonehenge. When the man decided to approach the strange object, it shot straight up. Late one evening in November 1977, blazing fires were seen. They moved across the sky in a line, and they could hover and suddenly change direction. At that, the fires didn’t move fluently like planes, by in a very energetic and sudden manner. The compasses showed wrong directions and the picture of a portable TV set was unstable. The fires were filmed with a movie camera.
No wonder the military has great interest in the mysterious area. The searchlight ray was obviously directed at an UFO. Other researchers, Anthony Roberts for instance, discovered that folklore and the traditional history of the Ancient World contain many records of giants, Atlantis, and flying dragons, which were more than likely paleo-UFOs. If you follow the position of speculative mythology, this old evidence becomes perfectly clear. At the same time, orthodox archeologists still resist new ideas of those whom they call “dishonest apologists of industrial civilization.” However, the alternative study of Stonehenge is popular not only in England, but also in California, where Donald Cyr publishes Stonehenge Viewpoint newspaper. He bases his publications on the dome hypothesis suggested by researcher Eisen Veil, who said that there is a layer of ice crystals high above in the atmosphere. When light is reflected by the crystals, bright shining arcs of 22 and 44 degrees can appear around the Sun and the Moon. Such arcs and even whole circles can be seen under definite conditions. Those who wish to see this effect can use the Marc-1 and Marc-2 devices for it. This device allows one to see shining circles around any metal construction, around Egypt pyramids, and Stonehenge. Translated by Maria Gousseva
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