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Viewed from above, Perks suggests Stonehenge's inner bluestone circle represents the labia minora and the giant outer sarsen stone circle is the labia majora. The altar stone is the clitoris and the open center is the birth canal.

Now we know where the little children of Stonehenge came from!

Thanks to devoted reader Matt for the tip!

Replies: 4 Confessions

Stonehenge is great. Built by my ancestors, y'know. It used to be that you could climb all over it (when I was a child) but they finally wised up and stopped people touching the single most important Neolithic monument in southern England.

Current estimates of its age vary but values of 10 - 15,000 years old are common.

Larry Lurex @ 07/15/2003 10:39 AM CST


Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge was designed to symbolically represent a vulva when viewed by an "Eye in the Sky"... is now available online, as it was published in a short article in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in February 2003, in Abobe Acrobat pdf file format here -

http://www.rsm.ac.uk/new/stonehenge.pdf

I highly recommend reading the complete article and looking at the pictures it shows before coming to any final conclusions about the "Vagina Monoliths" and any possible premature ejaculation of opinions... ;-)

These URLs may be of interest as well -

http://treasuresofdarkness.homestead.com/stonehengeletter1.html

http://vaginamonolithstonehenge.homestead.com/anthonyperksarticle1.html

Robin Edgar @ 07/29/2003 09:09 AM CST


Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge was designed to symbolically represent a vulva when viewed by an "Eye in the Sky"... is now available online, as it was published in a short article in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in February 2003, in Abobe Acrobat pdf file format here -

http://www.rsm.ac.uk/new/stonehenge.pdf

I highly recommend reading the complete article and looking at the pictures it shows before coming to any final conclusions about the "Vagina Monoliths" and any possible premature ejaculation of opinions... ;-)

These URLs may be of interest as well -

http://treasuresofdarkness.homestead.com/stonehengeletter1.html

http://vaginamonolithstonehenge.homestead.com/anthonyperksarticle1.html

Robin Edgar @ 07/29/2003 09:09 AM CST


Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge was designed to symbolically represent a vulva when viewed by an "Eye in the Sky"... is now available online, as it was published in a short article in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in February 2003, in Abobe Acrobat pdf file format here -

http://www.rsm.ac.uk/new/stonehenge.pdf

I highly recommend reading the complete article and looking at the pictures it shows before coming to any final conclusions about the "Vagina Monoliths" and any possible premature ejaculation of opinions... ;-)

These URLs may be of interest as well -

http://treasuresofdarkness.homestead.com/stonehengeletter1.html

http://vaginamonolithstonehenge.homestead.com/anthonyperksarticle1.html

Robin Edgar @ 07/29/2003 09:10 AM CST


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