Part 3:  Silbury Hill “Quetzlcoatl Headdress” First Filmed At Dawn

The reddish iris on the map marks the position of 5,000-year-old Silbury Hill that rises 130 feet above the land on the north side of the Roman Road. Across the road to the south, the topography rises to another hill nearly as high as Silbury Hill. The 350-foot-diameter “Quetzalcoatl Headdress” is marked by the green circle.
The reddish iris on the map marks the position of 5,000-year-old Silbury Hill that rises 130 feet above the land on the north side of the Roman Road. Across the road to the south, the topography rises to another hill nearly as high as Silbury Hill. The 350-foot-diameter “Quetzalcoatl Headdress” is marked by the green circle.

 

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August 18, 2009  Albuquerque, New Mexico -  While I was in England July 24 to August 11, 2009, I met Ryan O'Hara, cameraman working with a documentary film crew that had been doing a night watch on top of 5,000-year-old Silbury Hill from 3 AM to dawn in the early morning hours of July 5. As the sunset turned to darkness on July 4th around 10 PM, no one amid all the air traffic over the ancient Avebury and Silbury complex had reported any new formation across the road from the 130-foot-tall Silbury Hill.

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