Raphaim-Wheel of Fortune

Mystery of the Iniquity

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Christopher Chippindale’s Stonehenge Complete gives the derivation of the name Stonehenge as coming from the Old English words stān meaning “stone”, and either hencg meaning “hinge” (because the stone lintels hinge on the upright stones) or hen(c)en meaning “hang” or “gallows” or “instrument of torture”. Like Stonehenge’s trilithons, medieval gallows consisted of two uprights with a lintel joining them, rather than the inverted L-shape more familiar today.

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At a point directly Northeast of the center of the Altar Stone, there is a break in the circular embankments for an avenue, nearly 40 feet wide which leads to the only element of Stonehenge
which is outside this circle.  The “Heelstone” is a massive stone 20 feet high with 4 feet buried in the plain.  It is planted at an incline of 27 degrees toward the center of the structure.  It is
estimated to weigh over 35 tons and is 256 feet…

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