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Coed Marros

Camarthenshire 2010…

We looked at various circle layouts, and decided to try one of the classic styles that Professor Thom described in his pioneering studies of ancient circles, a Type B flattened circle. We decided to create this by having two centers (or foci) to the circle rather than one, and marking some of the solar and lunar points using the second center, rather than simply sighting through the first center each time. This, in its turn, creates a vesica pisces shape and a part of this will be marked by a central hearth.
Use this Google map to the coed Marros area.
Megalithic Insights               						Jon Appleton

Jon Appleton

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Coed Marros

Camarthenshire 2010…

We looked at various circle layouts, and decided to try one of the classic styles that Professor Thom described in his pioneering studies of ancient circles, a Type B flattened circle. We decided to create this by having two centers (or foci) to the circle rather than one, and marking some of the solar and lunar points using the second center, rather than simply sighting through the first center each time. This, in its turn, creates a vesica pisces shape and a part of this will be marked by a central hearth.
Click the audio play button above to hear Jon talk about the coed Marros site.
Use this Google map to the coed Marros area.
Megalithic Insights               						Jon Appleton