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2008-09-22

The Age of Stonehenge

Archaeologists have performed the most detailed carbon dating procedure ever on the famous Stonehenge site, pinpointing its construction to around 2300 BC - several centuries later than previously thought. Professors Tim Darvill and Geoff Wainwright believe the area was used as a healing center, with people travelling from far and wide seeking cures for serious injuries and ailments.

The full story can be read here. The findings will feature on BBC Timewatch (BBC Two, Saturday 27 September).

2008-09-03

New Articles - September 2008

Bridgewater Triangle: Although not an 'official' Vile Vortex, the inland Bridgewater Triangle is likely one of the world's most concentrated areas of diverse paranormal reports.

Orbs: Anomalous globe-shaped spots, either white or colored, that occasionally show up in photographs.

Phrenology: The study of the elevations and depressions of the skull, based on the belief that they indicate a person's character and mental capacity.

Psychokinesis: The movement or change of physical objects without the application of physical force. In other words, mind over matter.

Spritualism: The belief that, after death, life continues in a "Spirit World" and that the deceased can communicate with the living using a medium.