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irishspirit
15th January 2011, 10:41
In a remote location west of Brooks, Alberta, scientist Gordon Freeman discovered a Sun Temple that pre-dates Stonehenge. According to Freeman, it was constructed some 5000 years ago by the Oxbow People, and contains a solar calendar like ours, but slightly more accurate. He states that the site also contains a detailed lunar calendar. During field work in England from 1986 to 2006, Freeman found striking similarities between the surface geometries of Stonehenge and this site, findings which have far-reaching historical implications.

They thought it was an incomplete map carving of the North American continent….nothing west of the Cascades…. most of Florida gone…. a huge channel from from Mexico Gulf to the Great Lakes. It was carved in stone…at least 5000 years ago. And archeologist have found 26 of the same stone carvings on the huge area strewn with pieces of carved stone.

The Solar calendar deciphered by Dr. Freeman contains fractal geometry that is a sort of count-down. On the Autumn Solstice in 2012 the calendar accelerates at the ration of 3.14159 or Pi. This Up-Count phenomena last about 3 months until the Winter Solstice of Dec 21, 2012.


http://beforeitsnews.com/story/354/776/Canada_s_Stonehenge_Predicts_HUGE_event_Sept_2012. html

Tea
15th January 2011, 18:16
Short introduction of Gordon R. Freeman. Author of Canada's Stonehenge.


Canada's Stonehenge


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH696VT5saI&feature=player_embedded#!


Website:
http://canadastonehenge.com/

Zillah
15th January 2011, 21:39
I wish I knew about this location this past summer, I did a full western road trip and drove RIGHT by this town - it would have been incredible to see this.

Thank you for the post, amazing discovery.

GK76
15th January 2011, 22:17
As stone can't be carbon dated, has anyone found where he finds the date for the structure? (usually the date comes from settlements near the area, but at best it's a guess) Apparently the people he claims built it have been in the area for many years, it could be anything from 12,500bc onward (post ice age). Not that it is too important, as many calendars pre-date that, but it would be nice to know to build a better picture of the time and people.

str8thinker
17th January 2011, 03:38
Where's the evidence for this "huge event"? I checked out the beforeitsnews article and the video hoping to find some images or diagrams which backs up his claims. It's virtually impossible to find anything out about this place without buying his book. Freeman seems to have ensured that the information cannot be acquired by any other means. So I remain unconvinced. Sure, his theories might be right, but as far as I'm concerned, until he decides to come out and do a proper video lecture (like Lloyd Pye, for example), his theories can stay in his book.

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All I could find on http://canadastonehenge.com/ was a handful of photos (one of Stonehenge!) with hardly any explanation and not to be copied ("all rights reserved").

Gone001
18th January 2011, 06:08
Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice. I just moved to Alberta:).

kinnypa
18th January 2011, 23:02
According to the article, it appears that the big event would be the calculations used in the earth calendar from September to December of 2012. Perhaps earth's rotation will slow or speed up; something to think about after I put some food in my belly.