Poskær dolmen is the most depicted dolmen and cromlech in the country. It has been used in countless tourist brochures, and to such diverse things as bank
notes, national socialist propaganda and leaflets against nuclear power.
For details, see the books "Poskær stendysse" and "The
Mysterious Denmark II".
For Erla does the yellow color signify energy from the same
dimension as the soul. The yellow color in souls-aura means wisdom and love.
Seen from above are twelve lines which intersect in the stone circle, a
yellow circle where stones stand, and a round circle around that with a
radius of 6-700 meters.
The site has been used by various cultures for many thousands of years. They
used the place first because of the yellow energy and its creative
potential. Later, there came a people of little brown people, 140 cm tall
with loin cloth and headband. They erected stone ring. There have been a
total of 24 stone - so it fit with the twelve lines. Each stone has a
polarization which fits with the line polarization. The aim was twofold,
first, to mark the spot as sacred, and to strengthen the force. An even
later culture has built the dolmen and used it to death and birth rituals.
John Burke says in "Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty" that these
stone chambers exist across the globe. Archaeologists have linked
construction time along with crop failures and famine. He says that dolmen
are located in places with high electrical and magnetic activity and that
the materials (stones) are selected so they amplify this increased power.
Seeds placed inside the chamber a day will increase the yield by 30%
and the plants are hardier! (See also U.S. Patent 5,740,627 for a method to
do it with modern technology)
The cap stone’s second "half" of 15 tons is used in "Agridyssen"
5 km further north.
Kaare Heistein Sørensen