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Shining Land
The ancient sites of West Penwith, Cornwall
Palden Jenkins
Shining Land
and what they tell us about megalithic civilisation
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Contents

Maps and Pics for Readers of the Book
This For Readers section contains full colour pictures and maps from each chapter.
Pictures in the book are printed in black and white, and some had to be withdrawn to keep the book price down.
Contents

Introduction
About Prehistorians

1.          About West Penwith
2.         Energy Fields and Alignments
3.         Why were Megaliths Built?
4.         Starting Propositions

5.         Ancient Sites in West Penwith
6.         Central Places in a Wildscape | Neolithic Tor Enclosures
7.         Peering over the Rolling Seas | Cliff Sanctuaries
8.         Capping Energy Wells | The Quoits of Penwith
9.         Adapting Geology | Propped, Placed and Oriented Stones
10.       A Variety of Holy Bumps | Cairns, Barrows and Tumuli
11.        Landscape Inoculation Technology | Standing Stones
12.       Cathedrals of the Bronze Age | Stone Circles
13.       Gathering Places | Hill Camps and Enclosures
14.       Desirable Residences | Settlements and Homesteads
15.       Subterranean Mysteries | Fogous, Springs and Holy Wells
 
16.       Cornwall’s Ancient Regions
17.       Scillina | The Isle of Scilly

18.       Alignment
19.       Power Points
20.      Reality Fields
21.       Psycho-geoengineering
22.      The Heart of the World

Appendices
Shining Land
A book by Palden Jenkins about the ancient sites of West Penwith in Cornwall
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