Ramblings of Silver Blue


10 Jul

Mount Trashmore: Virginia; Stonehenge: Vagina.

Seems that those wonderful Canadians are at it again. This time, CNN reports that Stonehenge was originally a layout of female genitialia. The theory is laid out in a paper entitled “Stonehenge: a view from medicine” in the July issue of Britain’s Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Somehow, this doesn’t quite lead me to believe that the true purpose in the construction of Stonehenge was for the Druids to get their rocks off. (Ok, I know it’s a groaner, but it’s been a while since I’ve “slipped one in” … at least in the blog.)

5 Responses to “Mount Trashmore: Virginia; Stonehenge: Vagina.”

  1. 1
    PoloBlue Jr. Says:

    Somehow, I can hear Margaret Cho with her routine: “HI! MY NAME’S GWEN! I’m here to WASH YOUR STONEHENGE.”

    Or maybe not.

  2. 2
    Tink Says:

    PB you are too funny!

    Nighty night, guess I will have to read the final thoughts tomorrow

  3. 3
    Robin Edgar Says:

    Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge was designed to symbolically represent a vulva when viewed by an “Eye in the Sky”… is now available online, as it was published in a short article in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in February 2003, in Abobe Acrobat pdf file format here –

    http://www.rsm.ac.uk/new/stonehenge.pdf

    I highly recommend reading the complete article and looking at the pictures it shows before coming to any final conclusions about the “Vagina Monoliths” and any possible premature ejaculation of opinions… 😉

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    Robin Edgar Says:

    As a Canadian 😉 who, for about a decade now, has been researching how both solar and lunar eclipses influenced ancient humanity’s religious beliefs and mythology, and who thus possesses considerable knowledge and understanding about the ancient “pagan” religious beliefs and practices that were inspired by the sun and the moon and their respective eclipses, I can say that Dr. Anthony Perks’ just might be onto something. Keep in mind that the editors of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, a highly respected peer reviewed scientific/academic journal quite evidently took Dr. Perks theory quite seriously…

    In fact Dr.Anthony Perks’ new Stonehenge as symbolic vulva theory quite nicely complements the scientific astronomical theories about Stonehenge, including its possible (dare I say probable?) purpose as an eclipse calculator. Some ancient cultures perceived profound cosmic sexual/fertility symbolism in both lunar and solar eclipses and responded to this and other profound cosmic symbolism manifested during solar and lunar eclipses in their “pagan” religious practices. It is now pretty much scientifically proven that Stonehenge could have been used by its ancient creators to reliably predict lunar eclipses. It is thus well within possibility that Stonehenge was used to predict the occurrence of the dark red “blood moon” that is regularly manifested during lunar eclipses which some ancient cultures clearly associated with the blood of menstruation and childbirth… Amongst other things solar eclipses were perceived as the sun and the moon making love by many ancient cultures thus Dr. Perks’ Stonehenge theory closely complements this ancient “pagan” religious belief as well.

    The publicly quoted (in The Observer and other media) sarcastic dismissal of Dr. Perks’ self-admittedly controversial Stonehenge theory by “expert” David Miles, chief archaeologist of English Heritage, is clearly quite gratuitous and even contains some remarkably disingenuous (to say nothing of totally spurious…) arguments that any competent and knowledgable archaeologist or historian should know better than to utter, either publicly or privately.

    It is unfortunate that archaeologist David Miles cannot take his own good advice about responding to Dr. Anthony Perks’ attempt to present some potentially valuable new knowledge and understanding of Stonehenge in his gratuitously dismissive response to Dr. Perks’ intriguing new theory that Stonehenge may have been constructed in a manner that symbolically represents the female reproductive organs including the labia majora, labia minora, clitoris and birth canal when viewed from the sky.

    “Stonehenge is a site of global significance and anything that adds to our knowledge and understanding is of great importance.”

    The fact of the matter that even if Dr. Perks’ Stonehenge theory contains some serious flaws (and I am not suggesting that it does) but is never-the-less largely valid in its basic thesis that Stonehenge symbolically represents the human female’s reproductive sexual organs when viewed from the sky this theory clearly adds to our knowledge and understanding of Stonehenge and thus is of great importance and even global significance according to David Miles own apparently forgotten words…

    Please feel free to read my letter to the editors of The Observer that denounces David Miles irresponsible gratuitous dismissal of Dr. Anthony Perks Stonehenge theory here –

    http://treasuresofdarkness.homestea…ngeletter1.html

    It should be clear from the information provided in this letter to the editors and the various links to other web sites that Dr. Anthony Perks’ Stonehenge as birth canal theory just may hold water…

    Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge was designed to symbolically represent a vulva when viewed by an “Eye in the Sky”

    http://eyeofgod.homestead.com

    is now available online, as it was published in a short article in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in February 2003, in Abobe Acrobat pdf file format here –

    http://www.rsm.ac.uk/new/stonehenge.pdf

    I highly recommend reading the complete article and looking at the pictures it shows before coming to any final conclusions about the “Vagina Monoliths” and possible premature ejaculation of opinions… 😉

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    Robin Edgar Says:

    My new “Vagina Monoliths” “Web Sight” that is dedicated to providing the public with truthful and accurate information about Dr. Anthony Perks’ new theory that Stonehenge may have been designed to symbolically represent the vulva of an “Earth Goddess” when viewed from the sky, in order to counteract the abundance of misconceptions, misinformation, and possible disinformation, that is now on the internet, is taking form here –

    http://vaginamonolithstonehenge.homestead.com

    Besides providing accurate information about what Dr. Perks new Stonehenge theory actually says, this new “web sight” will present my own personal knowledge and insights that arise from my extensive research into how the religious beliefs and “mythology” of ancient humanity were profoundly influenced by both solar and lunar eclipse phenomena and will explain how these ancient religious beliefs inspired by ancient, and even prehistoric, eclipses of the sun and the moon almost certainly relate to Dr. Anthony Perks controversial theory that Stonehenge symbolically represents the vulva of an “Earth Goddess”.

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