Ballymacaldrack…

County Antrim, Tuesday, 14th June 2022…

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There are twenty-seven stones, or sockets for stones,

supporting the burial mound.

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The ‘rubble’ in the outer court shown above

on an old photograph from the nineteen-forty excavation,

would have been deposited when the site was closed,

and may have comprised some of the kerbstones

used as ‘packing’ for the mound.

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At which point the thresholds

to the chambers within the mound

were also sealed by dry-stone walling.

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Along with the magical act

of leaving highly polished

axe-heads in the walls…

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About Stuart France

Writer and Director of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School.
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