day 300 | july 14, 2009 | Stonehenge

Blessed with a gentle sun and beautiful clouds, we drove from Surrey to Wiltshire so that I could see the Stonehenge for the first time. At the risk of sounding like a fan girl who finally sees her favorite celebrity in person, I thought the stonehenge would be taller.


It's undeniably a place of energy; and I love the mystery surrounding what are essentially, just a bunch of rocks. We circled the formation in an age-old path while listening to the standard audio guide on theories of how it was built, and why it was built. It makes me wonder how much knowledge and technology we've lost in our human history because we didn't have any comprehensible record of it. This is one such history where the most we can do is to speculate and theorize.

Bought myself a bluestone keychain to bring some healing energy back with me. I don't truly believe in magical stones, but I do believe in the power of the human mind. If you visualize it hard enough, form a concrete image of what you want to happen in your head, the world (and your actions) will conspire to make it happen for you. The stone, or whatever object you wish on, is just a symbol. The power of human visualization is real powerful magic.






4 comments:

Nicholas Leong said...

For all you know, someone decided to pile up some rocks back in the days and now we are figuring out the greater reason for it all :P

小澤 (DSvT) said...

but just dunno how to bring all this rock to UK?
it all original not belong to UK...

libpuritan said...

nick, you're right. it could have been done for any random reason, which doesn't necessarily mean anything. =) now we're wracking our brains for it.

dstv, that's another mystery altogether. do you buy the giant carrying rocks myth? or the devil's magic myth? or the alien myth? =)

小澤 (DSvT) said...

Nope, I only bought some post-card at there~
other items all selling at very high price de~

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