Terence Meaden Fertility images, flint figurines, and carved stone heads from near Avebury
Mostly portable small finds indicative of a fertility religion from the five temple areas and shrines dated to the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age on the high…
These are the three parts of the fertility goddess reassembled since the shrine was abandoned about 1600/1500 BC. British Neolithic/EBA. The full story is being given in THE LOST WORLD, by Terence Meaden.
Triangle stone with a cupmark hollowed at the vertical edge of the apex. Found alongside a 1.4 tonne triangular megalith. Not far away were the breasts and head illustrated previously. British Neolithic. 5800 to 4000 years old. Full details will be given in THE LOST WORLD, by Terence Meaden.
Triangular topped megalith with red vulva. Fallen backwards. Formerly upright and aligned with the Beltane sunrise. Totterdown or Tar'tar'down or Tar'tar'dun. The vulvar feature has been reddened through propitious serendipity by red algae. Late Neolithic. 2700-2500 BC. Discovered 1996, by Terence Meaden. Published 1999 in "Secrets of the Avebury Stones".
The magic of this artefact is further enhanced because I found it in combination with the round-faced icon illustrated in the previous picture. 13kg. Moon Temple. Neolithic/EBA 5800-4000 BC. From "The Lost World" by Terence Meaden---in advanced preparation. Publishers are invited.
Carving of a head inside West Kennet Long Barrow. THIS IS THE OLDEST DATED REPRESENTATION OF A HUMAN HEAD KNOWN FOR BRITAIN. circa 3650 BC. First recognised by Terence Meaden in1997 (reference SECRETS OF THE AVEBURY STONES, 1999).