Seahenge: The upside down tree Circle


First take a pencil and an egg shape trace
Then with fifty five dots complete this ancient face
One in the centre for the upside down tree
And fifty six is the number that comes to be.

If you add the five to the number six it brings eleven to the fore
And eleven is the number that shows us the score!
Eleven is the number by which you can divide
The magic egg shaped circle and the number left is five.

So let’s take our pencil and draw a nice straight line
To join up all the elevens and see what we can find
11, 22, 33, 44, 55 wow! Each number speaking double
And as the line connects them it bursts your mental bubble!

From the five elevens a pentagon appears
Nestling in our circle…what a queer idea
Now straight through the centre with each eleven line
And a star inside a pentagram
Is the beauty that you find!

In the centre of SEAHENGE was a massive upside down Oak tree. Each of its four roots pointed N.S.E.W. and was shaped like a propeller on a shaft. Around it in a perfect egg shape, eighteen feet in diameter was an outer circle of fifty five posts, each post approximately the same size and all breaking the surface within minutes of each other. As is well known a calm sea is like a spirit level. The Wash is very flat and after four thousand years the rings of Oaks have eroded together so that each tree breaks the surface at the same time. 4000 years of storm and wave and sand, 4000 years of water logging then drying then freezing then baking. English Heritage suggest each post was nine feet long when they were put in, not one broke they just eroded together…. very likely.
The other option is that it is exactly the same today as it was then. It was designed to be exactly like it was; a big stationary propeller surrounded by an outer egg shaped gear wheel. Both firmly embedded in the sea floor to take advantage of a constant free energy source… the sea. Its purpose was to create the perfect energy form, the Vortex!

In the high court battle to save Seahenge the first document obtained by my solicitor from English heritage was a focus group document about what E.H. were doing and why. It was from a meeting held at Stonehenge to decide the future fate of the circle and why they wanted to dig it up. One of their main concerns was about a whirlpool that formed around the central tree. This was so strong they feared it might pull the central Oak free from the mud and it would be lost to the sea forever.
Another name for a whirl pool is water vortex and there was one forming around Seahenge big enough to feature on a document.
So was the vortex around Seahenge a happy accident? Or was it clever design? As an Eco-technologist and student of the water wizard Victor Schauberger I am deeply interested in water power. The vortex is nature’s most perfect demonstration of water power. SEAHENGE was a vortex generating perpetual motion machine. The proof of this is that the only 4000 year old wooden structure in a perfect egg shape so far found anywhere on earth was made of wood super hardened to stone. Every piece was as hard as stone. At one time seven protestors were forced to stand on the central tree to save it from the mechanical digger truck.

They had to stay around it for hours until the sea returned, dancing and singing to keep the Orcs at bay!
E.H. kept saying the wood was porous and in very poor condition and that was there main reason stated for digging it up to save it! When they eventually pulled the tree out it nearly pulled the huge earth moving caterpillar over. Seahenge was as hard as stone when they pulled it from the sea. I wonder if it still is as hard as stone? English Heritage kept the pieces of seahenge in tap water filled, plastic tanks, on a concrete floor in an open sided barn in Peterborough.
How is this super hardening achieved and how does this prove the designers’ original intent….?
When they cut the trees they put the central tree in the sea in the summer. The following year they put in the egg shaped ring of 55 posts.
The upside down oak had to be cut back to the main roots in order to achieve the right shape. Large cables of roots had to be cut off in order to reveal the perfectly shaped heart roots. Only an oak growing in a favourable position on good soil would naturally grow a balanced root system. Not just any tree would do. It had to be a perfect impellor. Any good forester looking at a tree had a good idea of the root layout. So some were cut off and some left. The same applied with the 55 posts in the outer circle, each was sunk to the same depth and they broke the surface within minutes of each other, so each was the same approximate height above the sea floor. On the upside-down central tree, slight tips had been left on .Small fingers of wood that were left as insignificant by the makers. These small, twig like root tips hardened almost immediately. That is why they are still there.
On the outer ring of 55, three of the posts were in fact small upside down trees with their roots uppermost. The roots of three trees were on the top of their post. Nothing grows past an upside-down root system at the top of a post. Not even nine feet more of post height. The root is the top of an upside-down oak tree. On page 265 of the orc Francis Pryor’s book called SEAHENGE he finally owns up! Quote; ‘MAISIE HAD TOLD ME THAT SEVERAL POSTS IN THE CIRCLE HAD ACTUALLY BEEN PLACED IN THE GROUND UPSIDE DOWN,
AS IF ECHOEING THE CENTRAL TREE". I’d forgotten that she had said that, the way one does, when I arrived at the field centre to take some photographs. I looked at the timbers arranged in a great circle in the tanks and was suddenly struck by the fact that some of them were upside down’.
So the reconstruction was wrong. At least three trees were the same height today as when they were first put in position. With all the other trees at the same approximate height when discovered it begins to look as if all these were also revealed at their true height. Others in the circle had spoon shapes carved into the tops of the posts. A spoon shape is the shape of a spoon.

It goes up the handle to the carved away or spoon shaped bit at the top. Then it stops. These spoon shaped trees did not have half or part of a spoon on the top but were perfectly carved spoons. If nine foot of post had eroded away why was the top of the spoon at the top of the post... because that was the level that each post was set by the people making it! A large propeller on an egg shaped shaft surrounded by a gear ring of 55 teeth set slightly lower. Spin the propeller and an in-winding vortex builds in the sea. Spin the surrounding gear wheel and a second vortex grows around the first. But our engine stands perfectly still. By simply inviting the sea to flow through and around it, it uses the movement of the sea in its endless, perpetual rhythm to create a vortex all the time the sea moves in or out. No matter which way the sea moves over and through Seahenge it always has the same effect. The sea spins and the propeller stands still. Ingenious. The faster the sea moves the bigger the whirlpool. Still the propeller and gear ring don’t move. For four thousand years the vortex has been spinning. The perpetual motion machine works by not working. It moves every thing without moving anything. The world spins and Seahenge watches.
Action by in-action. The perfect eco-tech device.
Each year the whirlpool whirled. The wood of which it was made got harder. Eventually Seahenge became as hard as stone. This super hardening was achieved in the following manner. By its site specific location at the low tide mark Seahenge spent most of it’s life below water. It only became visible at low tide in the dark moon period, the time when the tides are at their lowest. For a few hours, twice a day in the dark moon period, Seahenge was in the open air, surrounded by light, oxygen and the seasons. During the rest of the moons passage, the waxing then the waning Seahenge was under water, surrounded by darkness at the bottom of the sea, far from oxygen and heat. And all the time the sea flows by creating a double spiral vortex that whirls and in-winds around both the upside-down tree and post ring. As the season changes from summer to winter the seas water gets colder .Eventually for most of the year the bottom layer of sea water has a temperature approaching +4degreesC. This temperature in water is known as the ‘anomaly point’ of water. As the water reaches this temperature the water molecules compress and squeeze together. At +4C they are at their most compressed state possible. So tightly squeezed together are the water molecules that some of the mineral and vegetable content of each molecule gets squeezed to the surface. The whirlpool in-winds this dense cold water around each piece of wood. The material squeezed onto its surface is deposited in the open pores of the wood by the pressure of the water whirling around it.

Far from the oxygen and warmth, processes of cold oxidisation take place. Minerals and salts surrounded by water molecules helping seal every pore of wood in the dark and cold of the sea bed. Filling every pore like a plasterer, plastering a wall. Turning what was wood into stone, turning stone by the same manner into super stone.
The throwing of swords into wells and lakes takes on new meaning.
By putting a copper or bronze sword into a water vortex of the right temperature, would super harden the sword. A sword of iron would of course rust.
So the people who built Seahenge knew all about water power and the medium they worked with was water. To build on land was much harder. On land you are surrounded by light and heat as well as dark and cold. On land you also have property rights, wars, religious intolerance and all the problems of human interference. So what was originally done with wood was replaced with stone. The energy sourced by these stone abundance devices was the wind the sun and the moon above ground, and the sexual orientation and water structure below ground. Seahenge was being built at the same time as Stonehenge. Both are perpetual motion machines. Only through understanding one, can you understand the other. Rebuild with your mind, Stonehenge… put up all the missing stones, run the plinth around the top, set up your inner deflectors and place within the wind stream gaps in surrounding hills allowing the wind to come from known directions, contour winds, prevailing wind, all limitless fuel. In other places different shapes and different stone was used. Every location was site specific, different minerals in the earth, different contours on the land. Under ground were streams, springs, blind springs, dragon eggs and vast roaring underground rivers. An expert in wind or water would determine the shape required for each piece of land to enhance it. To build a hill, soften a mountain or cool a river. Whatever was required. So each did the same but each was different. All we have to do is fix up the few we’ve got and we must build a lot more. If we were to place a modern version of Seahenge into any river bed we would immediately generate an in-winding, longitudinal vortex that would spin forever. The device would harden to stone and would help build the core of the river. It would also last at least 4000 years.
That is, of course as long as E.H. don’t find out about it!


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