S02E10 – Graham Phillips

The Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge

If we had a nickel for every theory regarding the origins and purpose of the megalithic site of Stonehenge, we would have $3.12. We are well aware of that math not adding up, much like many of the concepts around Stonehenge. In this week’s episode of Lost Origins, Andrew and CK hit up a private tour with Graham Phillips and have the opportunity to take a deep dive into the site, recently uncovered archeological evidence, several overlooked manuscripts, and the resounding indication that points to the true purpose of Stonehenge. In his recent release, The Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge, Phillips argues that these stone circles are evidence of an astonishing system of healthcare and preservation of ancient medical knowledge that held together with a society scattered across the British Isles. With stones aligned to the sun, moon, and certain stars, these ancient monuments enabled the precise timings necessary for the cultivation of medicinal plants. He explains how the megalithic priesthood possessed medical knowledge well beyond their time and may even have discovered a cure for cancer. Furthermore, because they had no form of writing, the megalithic people developed phenomenal memory techniques to preserve their knowledge over many generations, resulting in a class of wisdomkeepers that were not only healers but the living libraries of their culture. This is a full rip ride through the ancient past and the research shared by Phillips will rock your boat.
“Astonishing yet highly convincing theory on the function of the megalithic monuments of Britain by one of the world’s most unique historical writers. Graham Phillips explains how our Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors possessed an acute knowledge of medicine and healing practices, using the stone circles to enhance the cultivation of plant life. A must-read for everyone interested in the lost technologies of our ancient past.” – Andrew Collins

About the Guest

A former radio journalist and broadcaster for the BBC, Graham Phillips is a historical investigator and author of 14 books, including The Lost Tomb of King Arthur, The Templars and the Ark of the Covenant, and The End of Eden. He lives in England.

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