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Research Material
  The Man Who Can Move Anything

  A NEW AND UNIQUE THEORY ON THE MOVEMENT

  Moving Stones with Simple Tools

  Burl, Aubrey. Great Stone Circles. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 1999.
   Center for Archaeoastronomy .

  Jimenez, Angelica and Francisco Martinez. 2002. 4 October 2009
    http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~tlaloc/archastro/cfaar_as.html

  Ritual, Symbolism, and Belief at Stonehenge .

  Michell, John. 2 October 2009 ;Sacred Science & The Megaliths
   http://mactia.berkeley.edu:16080/f2003/anthro2/contributions/08_ritual/rituastonehenge.htm

  Stover, Leon E. 1996. 4 October 2009 http://www.britannia.com/wonder/mich0b.html
   Stonehenge: The Indo-European Heritage.

  Witcombe, Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Chicago: Nelson-Hall Inc., 1979.
   Archaeoastronomy at Stonehenge . 2008 19 February. 3 October 2009
   http://witcombe.sbc.edu/stonehenge/archaeoastronomy.html

  Badone, Ellen. “Ethnography, Fiction, and the Meanings of the Past in Brittany.”
   American Ethnologist 18.3 (1991): 518-545

  Fleming, Andrew. "The Myth of the Mother-Goddess." World Archaeology 1.2 (1969): 247-61.Print

  Hand, Wayland D. “Passing Through: Folk Medical Magic and Symbolism.” American
   Philosophical Society 112.6 (1968): 379-402

  Pollock, Robert. “The Legacy” Stones of Wonder. 28 Aug. 2009
   http://www.stonesofwonder.com/legacy.htm

  Weir, Anthony. "Potency and sin: Ireland and the phallic continuum." At the Edge. Bob
   Trubshaw, Apr. 1996. Web. 6 Oct. 2009.
   http://www.indigogroup.co.uk/edge/Phallic.htm

  The Neolithic Menhir Alignments in Carnac, France. 30 May 2008. yahoo

  Patton, Mark. "Statements in Stone: Monuments and Society in Neolithic Brittany".
   (New York), Routledge, 1993. p.4 . 1 Sep. 2009
   http://www.whytraveltofrance.com/2008/05/30/the-neolithic-menhir-alignments-in-carnac-france/

  Brewer, Bryan. World Mysteries. Yahoo. 1 Sep. 2009
   http://www.world-mysteries.com/mpl_4.htm

  Giot, Pierre Roland. Ancient People and Places. London: Thames and Hudson, 1962.

  Scarre, Chris. Exploring Prehistoric Europe. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

  Stern, Philip Van Doren. Prehistoric Europe from Stone Age man to the early Greeks. London: Allen & Unwin, 1970.

  Ancient Celtic Symbols. http://www.celticsymbols.net/standing-stones.html#

  Megalith, standing stone, cultural stone, Ansur, Danish stone rows, stone circle, the Vi, earthwork.
   http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~catshaman/261mon/0monu1.htm

  Meozzi, Paola Arosio & Diego. Stone Pages.
   http://www.stonepages.com/france/france.html

  Pollock, Robert. 5 october 2009 Stones of Wonder. 1997-2009.
   http://www.stonesofwonder.com/monument.htm

  Varner, Gary R. "Menhirs, Dolmen and Circles of Stone: The Folklore & Magic of Sacred Stone."
   Authors Den N.p., 8 Aug. 2004. Web. 7 Oct. 2009
   http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewwork.asp?id=12866

  Chippindale, Christopher. Stonehenge Complete
   London: Thames and Hudson, 1983.

  “Wikipedia: Menhir.” Wikipedia.org. 2009. 5 Oct. 2009
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standing_stone

  “Wikipedia: Theories about Stonehenge.” Wikipedia.org. 2009. 5 Oct. 2009
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theories_about_Stonehenge

  Grobius Shortling. “Stonehenge as you can no longer see it.” . 2009. 5 Oct. 2009
   Grobius Shortling: Stone Circles. 1997. 5 Oct. 2009
   http://www.britcastles.com/circles/henge.htm


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