Neolithic Mysteries of Britain


by Survive the Jive
published on 10 November 2014

Neolithic stone circles, chambered cairns, and rock art continue to fascinate us to this day. Although we don't know what they were originally made for, the pagan monuments were incorporated into later pagan mythologies of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. Modern pagans also invent new rituals and meanings for the Neolithic monuments, often based on their solar or lunar alignments.

The following Neolithic Stone circles and monuments from England, Scotland, and Sweden are included: Avebury Stone Circle, The Standing Stones of Stenness, The Ring of Brodgar, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cairnholy, Tanum in Sweden.

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