Stonehenge and Moonwalk One

Jan 26, 2012 by
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The relevant part is that the director made a film of the flight of Apollo XI, which took the first men to the Moon on July 20th, 1969, an event I recall watching at the time it was first broadcast. Theo Kamecke also chose to include footage of Stonehenge in his film, but it was not for this precise reason that Neil wrote to me.

 

Instead, while watching the film, he noticed what appeared to be an odd carving on the front of Stone 102, the southernmost of the three contiguous lintels on the uprights to the north-east of the sarsen circle at Stonehenge.

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