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Columcille Megalith Park

Columcille Stone Circle

In the mountains of Pennsylvania (Bangor, to be exact) is a marvelous place, privately owned but open to the public. If you want to experience a stone circle or visit a small stone bell tower or a stone chapel without traveling to Europe from the U.S., go to Columcille. There are separate men’s and women’s meditation areas, Thor’s Gate (the uprights are about twice the height of an average man), and many stones of various large sizes around the space and along the paths. It is a space where anyone open to spirituality, of whatever stripe, is likely to feel at peace, and that’s the point.

American Henges

The United States has a variety of reproductions of Stonehenge: Foamhenge, Carhenge, you name it, American’s have probably used it to build some variation on Stonehenge. Check Roadside America for a rather diverse listing. And that doesn’t even include the one in Spinal Tap.

Georgia Guidestones

The Georgia Guidestones provide 10 guidelines for humanity — carved in stone in 12 languages. This is a modern mystery, in that the author(s) have chosen to be anonymous.

Nashville Parthenon

The city of Nashville, Tennessee boasts a full size replica of the Parthenon. See my page that describes my visit there for more information.