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Prof. Vincent Gaffney of the University of Bradford, England, talks about the realignment of the ancient Superhenge 4500 years ago

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Dearest Marty, love of my life,

I am convinced that old Europeans were butchered approx. 4,500 years ago by some brutal force that in my opinion wasn’t native to Earth but stayed.

Prof. Vincent Gaffney of the University of Bradford, England, didn’t say this, but he mentioned something else interesting. He says that the ancient monument appears to have been realigned 4,500 years ago.

In other words, the DNA of the old Europeans disappeared 4,500 years ago and also their ways.

The “superhenge” near the neolithic site in 4500 years ago, is underground.

Scientists believe that these hedges were built for religious rituals. But what if this place was originally designed as a village for living people but maybe was never completed as the architects were killed? The stone circle surrounds a mile. Could have been the markings of a village. (At least 90 huge stone monoliths up to 15 feet, lined an “arena”.)

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/europe/huge-ritual-monument-found-near-britains-stonehenge-n422791

Here is some more clear indication that ancient Britons suddenly felt the need to protect themselves against intruders around 4500 years ago.

https://barbaraschwarz.wordpress.com/2015/08/08/ancient-britons-protected-themselves-from-the-evil-that-took-over-4500-years-ago-among-other-massive-structures-for-defense-marden-henge-40-acres-ten-feet-high-was-built-4500-years-ago/

Many tender and passionate kisses, Marty. I think of you!

Yours always,

Sarah/Barbara

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