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    Armenian links to Stonehenge explored
    12:19pm Monday 9th February 2009
    source: Salisbury Journal

    THE story of Stonehenge and the mystery that surrounds it is familiar to most Salisbury residents, but one man has come to the city to tell people about an ancient circle of standing stones which pre-dates even Wiltshire’s World Heritage site.

    Vardan Levoni Tadevosyan is an Armenian/Spanish historian of the occult who visited Salisbury last week to raise the profile of Carahunge, dubbed the Armenian Stonehenge.

    He said: “It’s a very important monument, not just for Armenia, but for the whole world.”

    Carahunge, meaning ‘speaking stones’, is located 200km from the Armenian capital Yerevan, near a town called Sisian. There are over 200 stones on the seven-hectare site and many of the stones have smooth angled holes in them, directed at different points in the sky, leading scientists to believe it is the world’s oldest observatory, dating back 7500 years.

    Mr Tadevosyan is very passionate about wanting people to know more about Carahunge and has his own theories on its links with Stonehenge.

    His research of the last four years is based on the work done by Professor Paris Herouni, a member of the Armenian National Academy of Science and president of the Radiophysics Research Institute in Yerevan.

    Prof Herouni started investigating Carahunge more than 20 years ago and wrote a book, Armenians and Old Armenia, on his findings. He sent the book to Prof G.S. Hawkins, who had investigated Stonehenge, and he agreed with Herouni’s findings.

    Mr Tadevosyan says that in neolithic times the Armenians were much more advanced than most other cultures. A carving found on rocks near Lake Sevan showed they knew the world was round, they could accurately measure latitude, and they were already skilled in astronomy, archaeology and engineering.

    He believes the earliest population of Britain, who came from Armenia, brought the ideas of Carahunge to Europe with them and played some part in the creation of Stonehenge and other European sites.

    He plans to put together a leaflet about Carahunge that can be available to the public at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum and curator Adrian Green said he would be happy to display leaflets about the ancient site.

    “I have a passion about it because the world has a not nice attention on Armenia. I want to publicise Armenian monuments and culture,” said Mr Tadevoysyan.
    «Արթուն մնացէ'ք եւ աղօթք արէ'ք, որպէսզի փորձութեան մէջ չընկնէք:»

    Մատթէոս 26:41

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    Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

    Pictures can be found here
    http://www.carahunge.com/photos.html
    "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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    • #3
      Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

      I thought that stonehenge was built by celtic peoples.
      no, no and no.

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      • #4
        Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

        eh, the ancestors of celts are the Armenians, so same thing

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        • #5
          Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

          British people descended from Armenians? But their so white....

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          • #6
            Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAn5s3esnCY
            who is white? British?
            Armenians are also white, there are so many that are white. I am white myself

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              Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

              All Armenians are white, plan and simple. We are an Aryan nation.
              «Արթուն մնացէ'ք եւ աղօթք արէ'ք, որպէսզի փորձութեան մէջ չընկնէք:»

              Մատթէոս 26:41

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                Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

                My thoughts on the links between Stonehenge and Karahunge: a bunch of really smart astronomer/architects in Armenia managed to spread their knowledge to all those who shared their interest in the cosmos. They either manually migrated to Britain within their lifetime, or through a few generations of migrants, or through the spread of their tradition to other, associated Aryan tribes (in either of the two time scenarios I mentioned above) who Aryanized the natives they in turn came to dominate through their traditions (including superior military aspects of it in certain cases), and thus created more pools of human population capable of continuing the spread of ritual consciousness and the many advanced scientific (scientific at a time where logic was conjoined with spiritual supramacy in an adept person's mind) techniques they used to engage with it.

                We don't know exactly if Armenians physically set foot in Britain and ordered/took part in the construction of such a thing, what we do know is that the intellectual and spiritual legacy of these ancients we descend from managed to manifest itself in such remote regions from our homeland. To me, this is a greater thing to recognize than the trivial issue of whether a piece of genetic material travelled from point A to point B, even if it's a very long distance.
                Last edited by jgk3; 02-15-2009, 08:23 PM.
                I was taught how to think.

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                • #9
                  Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

                  I am very pesimistic that Britons would allow any such thing as to promote Armenia, they hate us ...

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                  • #10
                    Re: Armenian links to Stonehenge explored

                    Earliest Celtic areas are in the Balkans near Montenegro, however Celts did trade in Anatolia, they might have intermarried or traded the knowledge,
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