Beaghmore in Tyrone County, Ireland, is a massive site of earthworks and megaliths and - though relatively unknown - is probably the greatest of all sites in Ireland, marking the important constellations of Ophiuchus and Serpens Caput - plus Scorpio - which we know from Scotland and England were the special marks of the originator of the megalithic system of geodetic astronomy for the world, namely Aesculapius, who we call Merlin.
You can see an aerial photo of the site at
My decipherment of the site is found in the LexiLine files for
where I have uploaded
showing how the earthworks and megaliths mark the constellations of Ophiuchus, Serpens Caput, Scorpio, Corona Borealis, Ara and Telescopium.
This is one of those sites which substantiates the entire analysis of the megaliths of Ireland with a great deal of certainty since there is no doubt about the stone circles forming Scorpio at that site.