The sequence of archetypes in the Stonehenge landscape is (with the universal average frequencies of some of the known attributes in
1 Taurus as one of two clusters (cluster 17%)
2 Taurus as a bell barrow; on its axis was a large rectangular feature
3c Cista Mystica as Bush barrow row on the field edge; and Normanton Down barrows group; south lies North Kite enclosure
4 Pisces as a cluster (under fields, near road A303); and as Stonehenge; and as a long barrow. This axis is opposite Durringon Walls, the largest feature
4p Galactic South Pole on a group forming a rectangle (typical of 4 and 5)
5 Aquarius20 Pegasus as the Winterbourne-Stoke cluster, varied (44% varicoloured), large (24% large), type 5 Pegasus?
5 Aquarius21 as a barrow and a pit (44% varicoloured)
6 Capricornus as Fargo henge bell barrow, near the cursus west end;
near the invisible axial centre (48% ingress /egress); near road A344
7 Sagittarius as a group of circles; and the Lesser Cursus
7g Galactic Centre on the cursus centre, and cursus group of bell barrows, and a bell barrow (see the Axum terraces, in the Civil Outposts chapter)
8 Scorpius as Durrington Down long barrow
9 Scorpius as a cluster (more typical of 2 opposite); to the north is Larkhill
10c Cista Lid as a cluster and a pond barrow
10 Libra as a circle
11 Virgo as Durrington Walls, a large round village (87% womb). Its opposite in this landscape is Stonehenge. North-east lies Durrington village
11p Galactic Pole on Old King barrows; on its axis east is Woodhenge
12 Leo as a long barrow south of the Woodhenge series, near the Durrington south road; and a large feature, perhaps concentric, near road A345
13 Leo as a circle?, near road A345
14 Cancer as a small cluster
15 Gemini as the New King barrows row; ENE lies Vespasian’s camp; east lies Amesbury; SW lies the river end of the procession
15g Gate near the Avenue past the 15 row; and as a bell barrow.
The ecliptic pole or axial centre is apparently unmarked (51%). The celestial pole is on a barrow. The celestial south pole may be west of the invisible axial centre, placing summer in Leo-Cancer, thus spring and the cultural inspiration in Age Taurus-Aries, about BC 1500, long before most of the work.
After Roman evacuation, Britons harked back to Celtic culture and sites (Fergusson 1872), but with a Roman eye for civil grandeur. Their Norse conquerors built most of these structures, perhaps with Pict labourers, as they did in Orkney (Wickham-Jones 2011). Stonehenge’s last phase expresses Age Aries-Pisces (see the Stonehenge monument analysis above), thus the last work may be after BC 80.
The general theme here is type 4 Pisces19, typical of sun, monuments (see Tarot trump 19, Sun, with twins at a wall or furnace), fields, and kings (see Tarot trump 4, Emperor). The Tarot is not Celtic or Norse, but medieval Italian, and capable of any styling………… [order the book Stoneprint at $30 plus postage from Four Equators Media, via edmondfurter at gmail dot com using Paypal ]……………