The original purpose of Stonehenge has been lost in the pages of time, and therefore has been a major topic of discussion for archaeologists.... He was digging these holes on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, South England.
In the region near Lake Michigan, researchers have previously discovered menhirs and petroglyphs.
When the first Europeans arrived in the seventeenth century, they found that Michigan had thousands of prehistoric mounds.
Some of the stones weighing as much as 40 tons were said to be transferred from Wales, which was a distance of about 137 miles.
With the use of radiocarbon analysis at the site of Stonehenge it has been determined that the monument was built between 30 BC. and James was digging gigantic holes that were going to be about 33 meters in diameter (“Allman 36”).
In the distant past, the Lake itself did not exist since an Ice Age ruled over the lands and what is now located at the bottom of one of the five Great Lakes of North America, was once on dry land.
The man responsible for this underwater discovery is Mark Holley, professor of underwater archeology at the Northwestern Michigan College.In 2007, he searched for shipwrecks but found, 12 meters below the surface a series of stones arranged in a circle.Adding to this amazing discovery is a relatively large rock which has, on its surface a depiction of a mastodon, an animal that became extinct around 8000 BC.While searching for shipwrecks, archeologists from the Northwestern Michigan College came across something interesting at the bottom of Lake Michigan.They found mysteriously aligned rocks placed there by ancient man before water covered the area.James and the other workers were digging these holes to later on build the mysterious Stonehenge.