Stonehenge may have been built for acoustics
5 Accepted origins of Stonehenge
Dr. Waller’s theories contradict currently accepted theories on Stonehenge’s origin. Historians, and vast numbers of modern pagans, and especially Druids, believe Stonehenge was built so that its stones, or shadows cast by them, would be specially aligned during the summer and winter solstices. The editor of British Archaeology, and a leading expert on Stonehenge, Mike Pitts, dismisses Waller’s proposal by tersely saying “there was no question”of this. Other British experts on Stonehenge say it was clearly built over several centuries, and not at one time for one purpose.