Stonehenge’s Stones Are Made Up Of Interlocking Quartz Crystals

Name: Stonehenge.
Event: Quartz Crystal Portal.
Date: 8.4.2021
Location: United Kingdom, Earth.
News Link: - 8.4.2021

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We're not sure if today's Stonehenge is the real rock and roll or a steel construction, functioning as an antenna, covered with cement.

How Stonehenge's stones have lasted so long: 20-tonne blocks are made up of interlocking quartz crystals that have stopped the monument weathering over the last 5,000 years, analysis reveals
The analysis shows the sarsen is made up of mainly sand-sized quartz grains that are cemented tightly together by an interlocking mosaic of quartz crystals.
This explains the stone's resistance to weathering over the last 5,000 years and why it made an ideal material for building such a monument, according to the experts.

Source: - 8.4.2021

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