Stonehenge and the Mesolithic Era: Flint Rock Turning Magenta Near Stonehenge, the Forests Near Stonehenge Used for Hunting, Burial Practices Observed During the Mesolithic Era, the Delicate Mesolithic Surgical Intervention of Trepanning, the Spiritual Significance of the Greater Curses Canal, the Nearly 20 Smaller Monuments Near Stonehenge, Ancient Britons Understanding Geography Before the Ancient Greeks, the Weather Event That Unveiled Stone Previously Unknown, the Rock Used to Build Stonehenge, the Original Gleaming White Appearance of Stonehenge, the Stonehenge Palisade Barrier and the Theorized Purpose of it

Flint rock found within the rivers and ponds near Stonehenge have traces of iron in them which leaves a red tinge on flint stone which has been submerged. What’s more astounding is that when this flint stone is taken out of the water for 2 - 3 hours, it turns a bright, magenta/pink color, which during the Mesolithic era when Stonehenge was built, would have been the most astounding transformation to witness and most likely gave the area of Stonehenge a spiritual significance. The areas around St...

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