During the Megalithic Culture gigantic stone circles appeared. They are found in the islands and coastal lands of northwestern Europe. They are also found in the Canary Islands and North Africa.
The stones were erected in the form of concentric circles and spiral patterns.
In Germany they are called ‘Trojaburgen’ or ‘Walburger’. In England they were known as ‘Troy, Towns’. In Sweden they were known as ‘Trojeberg’ or ‘Trelleborg’.
Many believe that they are ancient Temples of the Sun. Everywhere these ancient sites are sacred dances, representing the Earth’s orbit around the Sun, have been preserved. This dance is told in stories and customs of the Swedes, Danes, North Germans, and English.
Perhaps the most famous of these stone sites is Stonehenge in the south of England. It was built in three phases. Phase one was just a circular bench and ditch. Phase two was the construction of two concentric rings of ‘blue stones’.
In phase three, Stonehenge was completely rebuilt.
There is a great deal of archaeological evidence that by 1500 BC, settlers from Jutland (Vikings) inhabited much of England. Many graves display Viking battle axes, as well as lancet-shaped flint daggers, pottery and amber. They all came from Jutland. Bronze Viking swords were also very popular in England at this time.
The reconstruction of StoneHenge was carried out by settlers from Jutland around 1500 BC. The blue stones were removed and a hole marked the center of the site. Holes were dug so that the tops were even. Lintels were placed on top of the stones. This formed a closed ring. The bulestones were rebuilt where they remain today.
Outside the outer circle is the ‘Heel Stone’. The Sun rises over the ‘Heel Stone’ on the longest day of the year, the Summer Solstice.
Let historians assume that Stonehenge is the temple of the Hyperborians. These were people who lived far to the north, beyond the point where the north wind (Boreas) blows. These were our Viking ancestors, or nose men.
In Hyperbonia there were ‘Troy Towns’, stones placed in concentric circles.
In the Prose Edda, the greatest ‘City of Troy’ above the Gods/Goddesses of the North is called ‘Asgard’. The temple of the Hyperborians and Asgard were built as ‘Cities of Troy’.
In the land of the Hyperborians is the Cimbrian peninsula called Jutland.
Since StoneHenge in England was probably rebuilt by the Hyperborians (settlers from Jutland) in 1500 BC. C., they would naturally have modeled it after the temple of their homeland.
In the Nordic culture there are many designs worked in Ritual Stones or Bronze that are identical to stone circles.
What Plato describes as the holiest sanctuary of the Atlanteans, is at Walberg, surrounded by regularly drawn circles. Plato said that Walbergern or ‘Cities of Troy’ were ancient ‘Temples of the Sun’.
Our ancestors, the Vikings, the Hyperborians, the peoples of the North Sea, the peoples of Northern Europe, the Nordic-Germanic races, spread wisdom and culture throughout the world. We have evidence dating from 1500 B.C. C. that this is true. Why have the Northmen been reduced by historians to drunken, debauched marauders? Why hasn’t the true story been shouted from the rooftops?