Built by giants

Long, long ago Merlin built Stonehenge using giants. Here is the clear photographic evidence. ‘The camera never lies.’

Mock up of Trilithon Two added to Stonehenge panorama
Stonehenge. Built by giants

The famous Geoffrey of Monmouth was the first we know of to write about Merlin and Stonehenge. Merlin advised King Aurelius Ambrosius to collect magical stones from Mount Killaraus in Ireland, known as The Giants Ring, just south of Belfast. Our friend Geoffrey, says that Merlin used his own machinery to lift them out of the Irish ground and onto ships. Whence, he arranged them into Stonehenge as a great burial place for the Princes of Britain.

It was Robert Wace, who translated Geoffrey’s work into French, who embellished the story with giants, as in his illustration below. (See the page at the British Library.)

Merlin and a giant. Earliest drawing of Stonehenge
Merlin and a giant. Earliest drawing of Stonehenge – 14th century

Spoiler…

Here are the ingredients. Stirred with some witches’ spit.

Stonehenge panorama
The original panorama, which is of high quality.
A close up of Trilithon One's lintel.
A close up of Trilithon One’s lintel.
Close up of Trilithon Two, Stone 54 and its lintel.
Close up of Trilithon Two, Stone 54 and its lintel.
The sky of the the composite
Add some sky…
The crows from the composite
And some crows…
The Trilithon Two model with fingers
Finally, add a 76th scale accurate model in cold cast iron with a rust patina.

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