Locmariaquer Menhir

There are some famous megalithic monuments all over Europe, one of those is the extraordinary Menhir of Locmariaquer, the tallest menhir* of the world, in Britain – northern France, just a few miles from Carnac.
Nowadays it is fallen into the ground, it is believed it went down by an earthquake or a lightning strike, and is was broken into four pieces. When it was erected it had 23.50 m high and its thickness was 4m,weighing over 350 tons.
 People can still feel the telluric current in this place, and near this menhir there is also a megalithicconstruction, which might had concentrated the energy emitted by this menhir. Scientists know todaythat this menhir was an antenna radiating subtle energies for the dolmens and menhirs around it, such energies so similar to the microwaves that today we know so well. This menhir emits magnetic wavesthat intersect with the telluric waves in the region, causing plenty of rain in the area that has not alwaysa meteorological origin.

* The tallest menhir still standing nowadays is one near Plouarzel also in Britain northern France, with 12m high.

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