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"The Ring of Brodgar, on Orkney Mainlaind, is thought to be a lunar observatory dating back to 1500 BC.

We wish we could bring you the Telegraph Travel article of August 7th. It features Scotland's Orkney Isles, but we can't find it on the web. The article suggests that the Isles include a 5,000-year-old 'housing complex' with a stone hearth and stone dressers. We were intrigued because we believe that Megalithic people gave us the first gift, which we describe in our book, Share the Inheritance.

More about that gift - which was crucial to science and the future world - and about the book as soon as we reach home.


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