A Stonehenge And An Overhang.
Zabid, Yemen, 1998, Dr. Edward Keall, director of the Canadian Archaeological Mission of the Royal Ontario Museum, made a chance discovery of a series of Stonehenge like standing stones on a coastal plain.
The village of al-Mutaynah, Dr. Edward Keall was directed to the site by a local date farmer.
A Stonehenge-like enclosure of granite and basalt monoliths. The huge stones are arranged in a pattern strikingly similar to that of the Neolithic site of Stonehenge in England.
Dr. Keall, found five 20-ton granite megaliths, three of which stood upright and measured eight feet tall. Another, more than 20 feet long, lay slanting out of the ground.
This site is located next to a large naturally formed Overhang.
The Shadow itself begins or starts to develop, under the Object's Overhang as I describe in the Return Viewer's Guide.
I know that this Return site next to Zabid Yemen is very important because it's always been all about seeing the returning crossing An