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Stone Celestial Alignments of Brittany, Britain and Ireland

stəʊn sɪˈlɛstɪəl əˈlʌɪnm(ə)nts ɒv ˈbrɪtəni, ˈbrɪt(ə)n ənd ˈʌɪələnd

noun | Archaeoastronology

the collective term for a series of over seven hundred prehistoric archaeoastronological sites featuring avenues or rows of stones, either aligned on the stars, the Sun, or the Moon, across Brittany, Great Britain and Ireland.

Origin and etymology

  • The title Stone Celestial Alignments of Brittany, Britain and Ireland was first coined by Cometan during his initial phase of Astronic scholarship to denote this collection of archaeoastronological sites which contain countless Astronic specimen. 
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