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Avebury
West Kennet Long Barrow
Silbury Hill
Winterbourne Bassett
 

Kennet Connection
Kennet Connection
Kennet Connection
Please read also Kennet Connection
The Map above shows the zoomed-in end result of a collection of landscape geometries collectively called the Kennet Connection. To better understand how this Connection works, first undo the lines and circles projected on the Map by clicking on  - Kennet line ,  - Kennet StC ,  - Silbury circle ,  - Monkton circle ,  - Avebury circle  and  - Silbury sun .

Now let's start rebuilding the Kennet Connection. Step 1 is to draw a line from the West Kennet Long Barrow to Avebury and beyond. Click above on  + Kennet line .
The direction of this line (in particular north of Avebury) is dictated by the landscape, especially by the River Kennet. See also Kennet Connection.

The end point of this line, where the layout of the landscape changes dramatically, can be used as the centre of a circle whose circumference intersects the West Kennet Long Barrow, the starting point of the line. We can add a square with a surface area identical to that of the circle. Squaring the circle based on surface areas. Click above on  + Kennet StC . Do notice that while the circle passes through the West Kennet Long Barrow, the square exactly passes through Silbury Hill.

A small circle can be added with its center at the intersection of the square and the first line we drew, and which is exactly tangent to the initial large circle. Click above on  + Silbury circle . Another circle can be added that exactly fits between the small circle (Silbury circle) and the centre of the original large circle. Click on  + Monkton circle . Yet another circle can be added that exactly fits between the centre of the previously added circle (Monkton circle) and the initial large circle. Click on  + Avebury circle .

The centre of the last added circle coincides exactly with the centre of Avebury. But not only that. As can be seen, Silbury Hill does not lie on the backbone of the created geometry. She is positioned slightly to the west. However, at just the right distance from the backbone that the line indicating the sunrise at the summer solstice, as seen from Silbury Hill, exactly touches the second added (Monkton) circle. Click on  + Silbury sun .
Please note how the landscape is oriented (again) in the same direction as this line.

This simple, yet complex geometry connects Avebury, with Silbury Hill, with the West Kennet Long Barrow. Many other geometries revolve around human elements in the landscape (churches, pagan altars, burial mounds, hill forts, etc.), while the backbone of the landscape geometry described above is formed by the landscape itself. Especially the River Kennet. A truly magical and mystical situation.
 
 
Please read also Kennet Connection
The Map shows the end result of a geometry collection called the Kennet Connection. For a better understanding, first the geometries on the Map by clicking on  - Kennet line ,  - Kennet StC ,  - Silbury circle ,  - Monkton circle ,  - Avebury circle  and  - Silbury sun .

Let's now rebuild the Kennet Connection. First we draw a line from the West Kennet Long Barrow to Avebury and beyond. Click above on  + Kennet line .
The direction of this line (in particular north of Avebury) is dictated by the landscape, especially by the River Kennet. See also Kennet Connection.

The end point of this line, where the layout of the landscape changes dramatically, can be used as the centre of a circle whose circumference intersects the West Kennet Long Barrow. We can add a square with a surface area identical to that of the circle. Squaring the circle based on surface areas. Click above on  + Kennet StC . Do notice that while the circle passes through the West Kennet Long Barrow, the square exactly passes through Silbury Hill.

A small circle can be added with its center at the intersection of the square and the first line we drew, and which is exactly tangent to the initial large circle. Click above on  + Silbury circle . Another circle can be added that exactly fits between the small circle (Silbury circle) and the centre of the original large circle. Click on  + Monkton circle . Yet another circle can be added that exactly fits between the centre of the previously added circle (Monkton circle) and the initial large circle. Click on  + Avebury circle .

The centre of the last added circle coincides exactly with the centre of Avebury. But not only that. As can be seen, Silbury Hill does not lie on the backbone of the created geometry. She is positioned slightly to the west. However, at just the right distance from the backbone that the line indicating the sunrise at the summer solstice, as seen from Silbury Hill, exactly touches the second added (Monkton) circle. Click on  + Silbury sun .
Please note how the landscape is oriented (again) in the same direction as this line.

This simple, yet complex geometry connects Avebury, with Silbury Hill, with the West Kennet Long Barrow. Many other geometries revolve around human elements in the landscape (churches, pagan altars, burial mounds, hill forts, etc.), while the backbone of the landscape geometry described above is formed by the landscape itself. Especially the River Kennet. A truly magical and mystical situation.
 
 
The book 'the Organizing Principle' elaborates on this landscape situation and many others of comparable quality...