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|Description ||Standing Stone at Lawrence Field|
The stone has a strange groove in the top. This view looks over to the Tor know as Mother Cap
|Interesting stone Nicola. Lovely crispy snow too.|
|I suspect the indentation at the top is weathering but is the vertical groove down the side natural or caused by rain run-off from the top? I've just finished reading Terence Meaden's book The Secrets of the Avebury Stones and I imagine he would regard this the stone as a female vulva stone.|
|If that is true, then the Devil's Arrows are multi-vulva'd!|
|Nicola Didsbury |
|Maybe thats what David Raven meant when he said the Devils Arrows were "girlie stones"!
The indentation is perfect for making liquid offerings, perhaps to the "gods/giants" of the nearby Tors.|
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