What is a 5,000 year old vast, open-air sun temple doing in the middle of Canada’s stark plains?
Driving mainstream archeologists crazy, for one thing.
Retired University of Alberta professor Gordon Freeman says that this rock-encircled cairn is in actuality the center of a 26-square-kilometer geodetic “lattice work” designed to mark the changing seasons and the phases of the moon - with an accuracy far greater than our current calendar.
If Freeman is right, this astrophysical act of landscape architecture predates England’s Stonehenge and Egypt’s pyramids.
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