This aerofoil design of British Prehistoric sites still in existence today, with lower wing tips linking to form a straight line from Cornwall to Kent, is typical of a great many to be found adorning our landscape, suggesting a message has been left either to indicate that our ancestry was airborne or that the exquisite geometric survey was carried out by those from elsewhere in the System who later departed.

Whatever one’s view, the accuracy and vast scale of the nationwide enterprise could not possibly have been carried out by ground-based primitives and suggests there is nothing new in man being airborne.

Prehistory researcher Tom Brooks has unravelled the mysteries concealed within the hundreds of ancient features still evident today after a passage of almost 6,000 years. This lifetime’s work reveals surveying and installation of such complexity, scale and accuracy that it could not possibly have been carried out by normal sighting methods in daunting post Ice Age conditions by primitive ‘Stone Age Man’, but is the result of an unique survey possible only by viewing above the earth’s surface.

Patterns are created on the surface of the British Isles that extend for up to 500 kilometers and are measured not in geographic distance, but point to point flat-plane as above the earth’s surface.

The designs employ Isosceles and Pythagorean triangles three millennia before their apparent discovery by Greek mathematicians with resulting alignments - still apparent as trackways today - clearly divided into equal increments with mid-point markers of stone or durable earth construction, stretching from coast to coast of the British Isles and lasting 50-60 centuries.

All is described and illustrated in a recorded interview between the author and Geoff Ward, MA which takes the form of a DVD with numerous descriptive charts to be paused for study. Additionally or optionally, this exceptional work with much previously undiscovered material is available as both a book, entitled ‘Seeing Around Corners’ by Tom Brooks, and a series of exclusive charts.

Following world-wide interest in the unprecedented disclosures by Tom Brooks of Britain’s unique, geometric development in the far distant Mesolithic past, join the Stone Age British and learn how they planned their communal havens for an increasing population 6,000 years ago on a barren landscape after the last ice age.

Follow the system they developed for navigation and communication using longbarrow resthouses linked to high level sanctuaries by stone waymarks and earthen mounds indicating both distance and direction.

Discoveries by life-long researcher Tom Brooks have revealed in hundreds of mathematically based charts of southern Britain, the planning undertaken by those hitherto considered primitive - even barbaric.

Thirty (plus) selected charts, hand drawn, coloured and signed by Tom and his wife are now available exclusively through this website to illustrate in finer detail what is revealed in the DVD ‘Prehistoric Geometry in Britain’ and their book ‘Seeing Around Corners’.

SO ACCURATE AND COMPLEX IS THIS GEOMETRY FROM PREHISTORIC TIME THAT IT COULD NOT POSSIBLY HAVE BEEN CONTRIVED BY THE PRIMITIVE BRITISH UNDER TESTING CONDITIONS AND WE ARE WITNESSING THE FIRST BELIEVABLE EVIDENCE OF EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTERVENTION.
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