A Study of the Scientific Stranglehold on Stonehenge

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I’ve recently finished the first draft of Where the Cold Winds Blow: A Study of the Scientific Stranglehold on Stonehenge. As it stands, it’s around 30,000 words, a number that might increase or decrease slightly during the editing and revision process, while I also intend to supplement the text with some photographs before putting it for sale on Amazon. I’ll provide a fuller description before publication, if any is needed, and once more I’m enormously grateful to my friend Juris Ozols of Minnesota for his inspired creation of the cover.

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2 Responses to A Study of the Scientific Stranglehold on Stonehenge

  1. Dan Johnston says:

    Dennis
    I agree you don’t have to go outside to experience transcendental moments but point out that age and prior experience make all the difference. Everyone has to start somewhere and the natural world is a great teacher for the young as opposed to an old fart who has been there, done that…..

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