Gary Biltcliffe - Italian Megalithic Achievements - Megalithomania 2013
The Etruscan Legacy and Megalithic Achievements of Italy + Interview
During a holiday in Italy Gary discovered that certain hilltop towns and villages have in their outer walls cyclopean and polygonal stones reminiscent of those found in Peru and Egypt. They are often difficult to find, off the beaten track, partially hidden behind undergrowth and labelled as Roman or Etruscan. Although ignored by archaeologists and historians, there is evidence that these ancient walls were built by a highly advanced prehistoric culture that existed thousands of years before the Romans.
Gary was born in 1960 and brought up in Lancashire. He has dedicated the last 30 years to historical research andinvestigation of earth mysteries, dowsing ancient sites, uncovering lost knowledge and early folklore. From an early age, his fascination with the esoteric was inspired by numerous real-life paranormal experiences. He has appeared on radio and television and has lectured widely in the UK and North America. Gary has also led International groups around Britain’s sacred sites and written articles for journals and magazines. He moved to Dorset in 1993 and his research of the county’s ancient history culminated in his first publication The Spirit of Portland, Revelations of a Sacred Isle in 2009. He spoke at Megalithomania 2010 about the 'Belinus Line':
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