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these gigantic stones, weighing ca. 280 tons total,
marked the constellation of Hydra in the smaller Carnac-Morbihan-
Locmariaquer sky planisphere.
The mainstream archaeologists have completely erred in thinking this
alleged menhir was once a single piece 20 meters tall, which had
fallen and broken into four parts - an absurd idea for stones this
size and given the manner in which they lay on the ground -
Quite the contrary, these giant stones were placed horizontally and
in part at substantial angles to one another quite intentionally by
the ancients to mark the stars of Hydra, the sea serpent. That is
why the largest of the stones is not flat to the earth but has one
end substantially raised up, to signify Hydra's head. This
corresponds to what we find in the United Kingdom, where similar
stone formations marking Hydra are thought to be "broken" stones,
but were in fact placed that way originally by the ancients to show
Hydra as a serpent.
The nearby megalithic sites of Table des Marchands and Pierres Plats
fit into this picture, Pierres Plats showing more of Hydra and the
Table des Marchands marking a path to Hydra's head which points
toward the Summer Solstice point ca. 3117 BC.