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Idanha-a-Velha – Portugal

Thanks to Dee and Craig MacQueen for a great day out ❤ What a strange place. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it, but something didn’t quite sit right. Looking back on the trip, I am guessing that I … Continue reading

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USOKS KNOBS THEORY

Knobs on Worldwide Stonework – A Global Language Theory (Commenced Oct 12th 2017) Original Theory – Dee MacQueen, USOKS Researcher, Portugal Witnesses and Collaborators – Annie Newton, Bob Newton, Cecelia Hall and Craig MacQueen Copyright – Dee MacQueen and the … Continue reading

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Panoias Portugal

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Originally posted on Annie Tittensor Independent Researcher:
As most of you know, we don’t do anything by halves here at USOKS. Our researchers are international and where possible, we prefer “boots on the ground”. Please let me introduce our USOKS…

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The Dolmen Theory by John Jenson

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A survivor population following the Last Great Cataclysm, 7,000 years ago would have lost most or all of its technology within a few generations, probably not more than 4 or 5, or certainly within 150 years…

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Monsanto Portugal

Living beneath a roof that weighs more than the average cruise ship may make some people a little nervous. But it is commonplace for the residents in the Portuguese village of Monsanto, who adapted their homes around the environment filled … Continue reading

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Panoias Portugal

As most of you know, we don’t do anything by halves here at USOKS. Our researchers are international and where possible, we prefer “boots on the ground”. Please let me introduce our USOKS researcher based in Portugal – the lovely … Continue reading

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The Hostage Stone Isle of Bute

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The “Hostage Stone” depicts a traumatic event for the inhabitants of Bute. Discovered in excavations beginning in 1999, the stone is now on display in the Bute Museum. I was lucky enough to photograph…

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The Concho Stone

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The Cochno Stone in West Dunbartonshire bears what is considered to be the finest example of Bronze Age “cup and ring” carvings in Europe. Picture: Contributed The stone, which measures 42ft by 26ft,…

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Wemyss Caves

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East Wemyss is a former coal-mining village on the south coast of Fife. It is famous for a group of sandstone caves along the shoreline, these having been delved in some far-off time…

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Vitrified Scottish Forts

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    I do not know how many times I have been asked about this. Every time the word “vitrification” is stated in my research as well as that of Jan Peter de Jong’s,…

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