Robin Heath is an unaffiliated researcher into megalithic and ancient sciences. Author of several books on Stonehenge, two of which are on sale at the monument, he has always wanted to identify an original monument from which Stonehenge derives. Robert Graves spoke of it, and a book The First Stonehenge, by Gaynor Francis, was published in the 1970s on this subject. For more information, there are two websites, www.skyandlandscape.com and www.megalithicscience.org (operated by Robin's brother Richard Heath). Robin lives on a smallholding in coastal West Wales with his wife Trish, two cats and three theodolites.
Presentation: Stonehenge - Simply a Breakthrough! This year begins a new era for Stonehenge, following the arrangements at the New Visitor's centre. Located near the epicentre of UK crop circle activity, the monument has become more remote, more of a virtual experience, but what is Stonehenge? Despite four centuries of archaeological endeavour, a visitor cannot find out why the monument was built nor what it was for. In his presentation, Robin will reveal why this appalling state of affairs has been allowed to come about, and give out enough information for you to answer both these questions. You will have no doubt what Stonehenge was for and why it was built where it is. After 25 years working with megalithic sites throughout Europe, a site has shown up which is definitively the original pattern around which the entire structure at Stonehenge was designed. The ruined noun on Salisbury Plain can again become the active verb - Stonehenge's original function. There is a little geometry involved, all of which has been seen recently in the cornfields of southern Britain.