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|Description ||Machrie Moor 2, as dowsed for ritual movement (poss dance pattern?), in June 2002.|
I don't intend to make a habit of posting dowsing plans, but due to what I have just found out about Machrie Moor 1, and its original timber circles and central horse-shoe setting, IF this circle DID originally have a similar set-up, maybe I was picking up on the very earliest ritual moves [pre-stone circle]? Also, Machrie Moor 1 (photos and plan to follow), had a large post outside to the north, and this Circle 2's movements had a diversion out of the circle to north, briefly.
"First, during the Neolithic period, several timber circles were erected on the moor in the general area where some of the stone circles now lie." [From www.castlekirk.co.uk/history.html]
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