Gordon Freeman: Ancient Sun Temples of North America
Hidden Stonehenge is the remarkable chronicle of one man’s thrilling quest to solve a profound archeological mystery. On the remote plains of southern Alberta sits an ancient temple older than England’s Stonehenge by some 800 years. Yet, like Stonehenge, it features a built-in calendar of astonishing accuracy. Incredibly, 5,000 years ago, Britons and Plains Indians were making precise astronomical observations at these two sites. Follow Professor Freeman as he explores the astonishing implications of his discoveries.
Gordon Freeman was born in Canada and was introduced to Stone Age artifacts at the age of six, when his father collected stone projectile points and tools from the prairie after dry winds had blown away tilled soil. In 1980, Freeman discovered an ancient Sun Temple in southern Alberta and has studied it ever since. He has an MA from the University of Saskatchewan, a PhD from McGill, and a DPhil from Oxford.