On the Isle of Louise on the west coast of Scotland’s northwest, there are many megalithic structures built more than 5,000 years ago. It is called “Karanish No. 1” because of the large-scale Kalanish megalithic circle.
Although the site is called the megalithic circle, its actual structure is much more complicated than the net circle. The center area is a giant stone circle with a diameter of about 13 meters. On its periphery, stone pillars are arranged in four directions, facing east, west, south, and north. The stone pillars are arranged in a row from east to west and south, and on the north side are two rows of about 80 meters long extending in parallel, which is reminiscent of a huge passage.
There are remains of an altar in the center of “Karanish No. 1”
In addition, there is a net-like structure similar to an altar made by the accumulation of southern stones inside the megalithic circle. In addition to the saying that “Karanish 1” has “observation facilities for the moon and stars”, it is said that there is also “sacrifice”. The place of the soul of the dead”.
The full picture of the Stone Circle
On the Isle of Luis, within a few kilometers of “Karanish No. 1”, there are also 4 megalithic circles and several megalithic pillars (standing stones) that are considered part of the megalithic circle, as well as only one lonely standing boulder There are more than 20 such places such as pillars (standing stones).
Therefore, many scholars have pointed out that the island of Louise in prehistoric times may be a huge religious center.
These megalithic remains were abandoned around 800 BC, and eventually most of them were buried in peat. “Karanish No. 1” was not removed until the second half of the 19th century AD to cover the peat, thus revealing the true face of Mount Lu. However, there may be more boulders buried in the vast peatlands of Louis Island.
However, the orthodox digging investigation requires a lot of manpower, financial resources and time.
On the image scanned by the magnetic field, Kalanish 2 (the megalithic pillar) and the places with huge boulders buried in the ground are marked in red.
Scanned image with magnetic field. The part circled in red is Callanish 2 (the megalithic pillar), and the part circled in green is the boulder buried in the ground.
Kalanish ruins seen from the air
Therefore, Dr. Richard Bates (archaeologist) from the University of St. Andrews, a prestigious institution in Scotland, led his own research team. Under the premise of not affecting the buried objects, he tried to use the latest remote sensors and other equipment. A multi-angle scanning survey was carried out on the peat underground.
The selected survey site is the area around a megalithic column named “Karanish No. 2” standing on the hill of “Karanish No. 1”. It is speculated that this slightly inclined megalithic pillar is part of the megalithosphere. Through underground exploration, it was discovered that 21 boulders were buried in the ground, and a megalithic circle with a diameter of about 20 meters was confirmed.
Not only that, the results of magnetic field scanning have also made amazing discoveries. In the center of this megalithic circle, there are strong lightning strikes in the form of a huge star, and “magnetic field chaos” has also been detected here. It is said that it was about 4000 years ago, and it was the traces of a single huge lightning strike and a small lightning strike that landed on the same place many times.
In any case, the megalithic circle “although there is no definite evidence, it may be built to attract thunder and lightning,” said Dr. Bates. Did the megalithic circle exist before the lightning strike, or was it built afterwards? Unfortunately, we still don’t know this. However, Betsboten believes that the traces of lightning strikes in the center of the Stone Circle “are unlikely to be accidental.”
The overall terrain of Louis Island is flat. If the hill where “Karanish 2” is located side by side with boulders, the possibility of lightning strikes is high. If the one falling asleep under this land is really a mine-calling device, what kind of relationship does the “Karanish 1” below it have to do with it?
Could the immense energy of thunder and lightning be transported to “Karanish No. 1”, with the help of this power, can it open the door to the world of different dimensions? ! Of course, this is just a bold assumption. But this discovery that links lightning strikes with the megalithic circle is undoubtedly a stimulating and unique event that stimulates imagination.
At present, an in-depth investigation of the megalithic remains on the Isle of Louise has not yet begun. Future investigations are very exciting!
Imagination of lightning strikes in the megalithic circle. The immense energy of thunder and lightning may be regarded as the source of power to open the door to the world of different dimensions.