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I am not interested in stirring up yet another endless debate with you. My comment was factual. Leaving aside the Neolithic spring, what evidence is there for water flow through the Ditch?
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<pre style="font-size: 9pt;"><tt>Kostas said .
"Can't have a Moat without water."
I have never
suggested that the ditch was a " moat " .
However there is no doubt that
there is an association of some henge ditches holding water , even today when
the water table is probably lower . These henges tend to be the more low lying
You on the other hand seem to have considered the Stonehenge
ditch inundated at one point .
“The waterfalls from the melting ice and
seasonal snowfalls would not only carry huge stones to Stonehenge ,but would
also deposit carcasses of dead animals and other debris deep into the ditches
dug out by falling water “
Even more hilarious is the wonderful
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.the-stonehenge-enigma.info/2012/11/did-stonehenge-have-fission-reactor.html">http://www.the-stonehenge-enigma.info/2012/11/did-stonehenge-have-fission-reactor.html</a>