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Stonehenge is in Britain and it's stone circles are aligned to the 'Rising of the Sun' on the Summer Solstice. The ultimate

question is WHY and whats the purpose ? So lets, find out what we can about its design, or multiple overlay designs.

Click Here.. http://astro.wsu.edu/worthey/astro/html/im-lab/stonehenge/stonehenge.html

for an excellent starting point in understanding the stone circles alignments of Stonehenge..... it includes easy to comprehend

graphics, explaining altitude, azimuth, and the ecliptic plane.

Below, is its stone layout as viewed from above, with North denoted to the left side, and the North Star would be above as

shown in the previous graphic as CNP. Its latitude is at 51 degrees, the side angle of the slope of the Phi Pyramids of the

Lord..... such as at Giza also called the Pillar of Enoch. The plot thickens as the angle or azimuth of the Stonehenge Layout

or Design is at its latitude, 51 degrees This more specifically being 360/7 or 51.42 degrees. Therefore we know that the

rising Sun on the Summer Solstice rises at an altitude of 0 degrees and is at an azimuth of 51.43 degrees from North or the

North Pole aiming at the North Star.

question is WHY and whats the purpose ? So lets, find out what we can about its design, or multiple overlay designs.

Click Here.. http://astro.wsu.edu/worthey/astro/html/im-lab/stonehenge/stonehenge.html

for an excellent starting point in understanding the stone circles alignments of Stonehenge..... it includes easy to comprehend

graphics, explaining altitude, azimuth, and the ecliptic plane.

Below, is its stone layout as viewed from above, with North denoted to the left side, and the North Star would be above as

shown in the previous graphic as CNP. Its latitude is at 51 degrees, the side angle of the slope of the Phi Pyramids of the

Lord..... such as at Giza also called the Pillar of Enoch. The plot thickens as the angle or azimuth of the Stonehenge Layout

or Design is at its latitude, 51 degrees This more specifically being 360/7 or 51.42 degrees. Therefore we know that the

rising Sun on the Summer Solstice rises at an altitude of 0 degrees and is at an azimuth of 51.43 degrees from North or the

North Pole aiming at the North Star.