Drought Reveals Spanish Stonehenge


Spain's Stonehenge revealed: Prehistoric circle of 150 stones 2,000 years older than Britain's famed monument emerges from the depths of a reservoir after drought causes water to drop to a quarter of its usual level

Could this monolith in Spain could be Hebrew?

Spain is known as the IBERIAN Peninsula - WHY? The word Iberia is a corruption of the word "Eber"ia / Heberia which means "Hebrew's Land". Eber (from whom the word Hebrew derives) was the grand-sire of the Hebrew Abraham. The FIRST inhabitants of Iberia, from the Adamic Race, were Hebrews (NOT Jews and NOT Spaniards). Is Gibraltar British or Spanish?

Take Stonehenge in England for example:

Stonehenge in England is a Sabbatical Calendar system:

The Sabbatical Calendar system, being built-into Britain's country-side, is another one of the many clues that proves that the British peoples are Israel; and just cannot be completely hidden away, by the "System's" hierarchy, who wish to hide the Truth from the sheeple, in order to control and enslave them, with their illegal (under God's Perfect Laws of Liberty) and Satanic legislation, which is designed to make themselves (the rich) richer and everyone else poor and slaves to them. Stonehenge; the Aubrey Circuit and The Sabbatical Law and Calendar


Spain's Stonehenge revealed

A prehistoric circle of 150 standing stones dubbed the Spanish Stonehenge has re-emerged from a reservoir for the only the fifth time since its discovery after the worst drought in 60 years left the waterbody at a quarter of its usual level.

The Dolmen of Guadalperal, a circle of granite stones dating from 5,000 BC, in the Valdecañas Reservoir in central Spain has only been seen four times since it was discovered in 1924. Nearly 20 years later, in 1963, the valley was deliberately flooded on the order of the Spanish dictator Franco, only emerging at periods of intense drought in the following years.

The stones, which are at least 2,000 years older than Stonehenge in England, have wavy details that are believed to represent the nearby Tagus River. Some theories suggest the prehistoric structure was either used as a solar temple or laid over tombs when it was built by Celtic people 7,000 years ago.

It is not as famous as Stonehenge in England, but the theories to their purposes are similar - the monument in Wiltshire is also thought to serve as an ancient solar calendar.

The Spanish Stonehenge stones could disappear completely if they endure another prolonged submersion because the granite rocks are prone to erosion. Prehistoric 'Spanish Stonehenge' more than 7,000 years old re-emerges from a reservoir | Daily Mail Online

Drought reveals Spanish Stonehenge