Maryhill Washington Stonehenge

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Maryhill Stonehenge

This vortex was recommended on 04.22.16 – The Maryhill, Washington Stonehenge is built on a natural vortex. It’s an old Indian burial ground.

Maryhill is named after the wife and daughter of regional icon Sam Hill, who purchased land and envisioned a community there shortly after the turn of the 20th century. Hill used his Maryhill property to build the first paved roads in the Pacific Northwest, the Maryhill Museum of Art (originally intended as a grand residence for the Hills), Maryhill Stonehenge, a monument to the World War I dead of Klickitat County in the form of a Stonehenge replica, and a planned community. Born a Quaker, Hill hoped to attract a Quaker community to eastern Washington. His plans never materialized, and the town buildings he constructed burned down several years later.

Hill intended the Stonehenge replica to express that modern warfare (like Druid sacrifices as he understood them) was a form of needless human sacrifice. – Wikipedia

  • Maryhill Stonehenge

Posted: April 25, 2016


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