A Blue Water Family Review Of Stonehenge
During a recent Blue Water Family excursion to the Stonehenge monument, the following observations were made.
As many of you may be aware, there is much speculation about the purpose of the site and surrounding area. After our brief encounter, we can now add our own Blue Water Family review.
Undoubtedly there is something special about these stones. While we were there two things happened to convince us of this. Soon after cleansing our aura’s at the start of the visit, several birds descended on top of the stones and stayed there for several minutes before flying away again. This could of course be a regular occurrence, as it was approaching sunset. Nevertheless the timing was auspicious.
Birds on the Stones at the Stonehenge Monument September 2016
Secondly towards the end of the visit Professor Kofi Kondwani’s camera decided to display a moving blue dot which danced across his screen, whilst he was taking his final photographs. This he likened to a similar experience in Egypt.
In the final analysis we agreed that the stones could not, by any stretch of the imagination be compared to the great Pyramids at Giza in North East Africa or the one at Chichen Itza in Mexico South America. However we gave credence to the remote idea of a possible comparison of the site to the valley of the kings in Luxor. Why might this be the case? Well the number of burial mounds on the the approach to the stones and around the surrounding area, might be a clue.
TO GO OR NOT TO GO?
We would definitely recommend a visit to the Stonehenge Monument. As Professor Kofi Kondwani reminds us; what ever the reason was for the construction of the monument,
“… it [now] brings people together in peace and that is a good thing.”
When you do go, do feel free to submit your article to be included on the Blue Water Family review of ancient sites. A new feature to be included for all you globe trotters out there who like to share their stories.
You are welcome to leave a comment and tell us what you think.
We Would also like to take this opportunity to wish our readers Seasons Greetings and a Happy Autumn Equinox 2016. See you at our London gathering.
See The Live Footage Of The Visit Here:
By AnkhAmunet who reminds us to Relax Into Your Destiny
Dr Kofi Kondwani is an Assistant Professor, at the Departments of Community Health and Preventive Medicine and Family Medicine, Morehouse School of Medicine. He is also the creator the The Consciously Resting Meditation Technique TM.
AnkhAmunet is the lead consultant of Blue Water Family, a global knowledge forum which seeks to remind humanity of its connection to nature and the cosmos. We do this by acknowledging the Equinox and Solstice transits on the four occasions that they happen during the year. All those who are on a journey of self help transformation are invited to attend. Your are welcome.