Thursday, October 23, 2014

Theme tune "Sky Stands Still" incorporates the ideas of Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe. Jon Morris had a consulting role for the film and the Stonehenge sequence was directly based on the author's diagrams and text.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Film uses Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe

This trailer for a new film (out 2014) references Stonehenge (at 2 minutes in). The film contains the full Stonehenge Sequence; a short "show and tell" of what Stonehenge was for. The producers used the sequences described in much more detail in Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe for this movie.

The Stonehenge Sequence was developed by BUF Compagnie, Paris ("Total Recall", Life of Pi")

Tuesday, January 8, 2013


‘‘I do agree with you that the basic structure of Stonehenge is essentially a working model of their cosmos/perceived Universe....’’

This book puts forward a fully detailed explanation for a Universe in which the Earth is fixed at the centre. Using the latest archaeological evidence, it shows how Stonehenge perfectly fits this description.

Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe (expanded edition) is fully illustrated e-book, by a Fellow of two engineering institutions, puts forward a detailed and fully developed alternative interpretation for Stonehenge based on recent research into renewable energy: It shows how its plan layout is the same as an idealized geocentric (fixed world) description of the Universe; its inner stone monument capable of creating a spectacular display of the sun's movement around a fixed world.

Expanded edition (2nd Edition)

156 pages, 114 illustrations and 243 notes cross-referencing to 46 reference works:
Published on 21 September 2013 Solving the Neolithic Universe Expanded Edition Solving the Neolithic Universe Expanded Edition

E-book on Kindle
Published 23 October 2013. Contains colour pictures and an extensive hyperlink structure 
UK & Ireland: Stonehenge: Solving the Neolithic Universe
If you don't have Kindle, you can download the free version for Windows here. 

The original paperback & Kindle version at Amazon: (76 pages) now withdrawn

Reviews of Solving the Neolithic Universe

‘‘I do agree with you that the basic structure of Stonehenge is essentially a working model of their cosmos/perceived Universe....’’
‘‘Overall I found this publication highly readable, being both informative and slightly controversial.’’....‘‘The one thing that makes this book a winner is the fact that it’s central theory is not a house of cards.’’
‘‘Highly recommended to anyone with an interest in Stonehenge.’’
Simon Charlesworth, Reviewer for The Megalithic Portal. 2012 

‘‘Unlike many books of this type, Morris shows how the Neolithic people could have studied the heavens using common sense and appropriate technology. He allows our ancestors to have the ability to work things out for themselves’’....‘‘It remains to be seen whether Stonehenge was a device for educating Neolithic people in astronomy but it certainly taught me a thing or two.’’
Northern Earth Magazine: Full review to be published June 2013 

“Handing us the 'Why' on a silver platter, Solving the Neolithic Universe is presented in an easily digestible form, with step-by-step explanations of every facet of the theme. Illustrated with hand-renderings, in addition to CGI, Mr Morris guides the reader to their own epiphany in an extraordinarily cohesive explanation for the ultimate Purpose of this enigmatic wonder.” 
ND Wiseman, Author, Cape Cod, USA, 2012

....essential reading for anyone interested in Megalithic Engineering and a highly skilled scientific culture that spread for thousands of miles along the western coast of Europe and across the Mediterranean sea.’’
K. W. Macdonald, Reviewer on Amazon, 2012
For too long the archaeological community has ignored the importance of geometric form of Stonehenge. The work of Jon Morris goes a long way in shedding light on the grossly undervalued evidence that it constitutes.’’
Jack Wiltshire, Author of Defective Gods, 2012