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Shetland Island_ The Ring o' Brodgar | Shetland Island _Skara Brae( Settlement ruins of the New Stone Age)  


By Takashi

This info is translated into English from Let's solve the enigma of the earth

http://sora.ishikami.jp/image_dir/index.php?id=20130720221249


July 20, 2013

Shetland Island_ The Ring o' Brodgar( Groups of standing stones )

There are lots of birds in Shetland Island.
This peninsula looks like a bird.
There is a big standing stone in the tip of the beak. 


July 20, 2013

Shetland Island_The Ring o' Brodgar( Groups of standing stones)

People of organizations have come directly to this stone.
I worried as I know the pointed stone has militant thought.


July 20, 2013

Shetland Island _The Ring o' Brodgar(Groups of standing stones)

Though there are lots of birds in Shetland Island, this peninsula looks like a bird.
The circle in the square which corresponding to the throat is the groups of standing stones named The Ring o' Brodgar, which you can find it is on the side of the sea.
There is a big standing stone in the tip of the beak. 


July 20, 2013

Shetland Island_Skara Brae ( Settlement ruins of the New Stone Age)

As there is no farmland in this island, you can easily find many humans can't live only on animal husbandry on the side of the sea.


Runemage is kind enough to give me the following advice to my Inbox of The Megalithic Portal about Shetland Island_ The Ring o' Brodgar | Shetland Island _Skara Brae( Settlement ruins of the New Stone Age) .
Thank you so much.

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Hi Takashi(Sennari),

I think your naming of the islands off Scotland has got a little confused in your recent post

The Ring of Brodgar, Skara Brae, Stenness, Birsay, St Magnus Cathedral etc that you have featured are in Orkney which is just off the north-eastern tip of Scotland

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=139

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=147

http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=158

"Kara Danish" could be an auto- translation mistake, its real name is Callanish and it is on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides which are off the north western coast of Scotland There are several sites named and numbered as Callanish 1, 2 etc.
http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=27091

You are correct with Jarlshof, it's in Shetland

Please could you amend the locations in your posts?

If you need to check any location, please just type the name of the site into our 'search' box and press the enter key.

Thank-you so much,

Rune


TR

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