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New York, NY

Member since:

July 3, 2010

How did you hear about KEPRI?


Have you been to a stone chamber or other megalithic site?

No! They sound so cool!

Who do YOU think built the chambers and how old do you feel they are?

Don't know about these in particular, but they sound like the Celtic barrows. So I'd say that they might have been built in the Foretime by indigenous peoples...maybe even the Celts or the Norse. Those folks got around...

What will you be willing to do to help protect and preserve them?

Well, education is a good start.

Do you have any disabilities that limit your ability to hike? This doesn't mean you can't join. It just means you may not be able to attend our frequent hikes. We do hold other events.

It's why I'm joining!


Hey, you know me from the pow-wow, Renee! And we're studying about ley lines/vortices, and barrows, my coven classes right now.

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