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Scientific research of crop circles has helped unlock how the ancients used earth mounds, massive stones and magnetic earth energy currents to enhance seeds, promote fertility and re-mineralize their food. With dowsing, the ancients could even locate underground water, test for poisonous foods and locate magnetic and telluric lines of energy. Stone circles and dolmens acted as electrifiers to enhance seed quality and yield, and even helped keep humans fertile, as many legends state.

There is new evidence that agriculture and civilization succeeded soon after the construction of megalithic sites and pyramids. Hugh Newman presents new research on how earth energies affect consciousness and explores how this all relates to the earth grid system. Newman is an earth mysteries researcher and writes for various magazines. He organizes Megalithomania Conferences and co-edits Avalon Rising Magazine amongst many other activities.

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Fascinating insight onto megalithic culture

Hugh Newman brings together many disciplines and much research to form important theories on megalithic cultures and explain megalithic structures. Densely packed with information, I recommend listening to this several times to fully appreciate the careful research behind this reading.