The Mystery Behind the “Ghost Wheel” Discovered in Israel

We’ve known about this mysterious wheel for over 5 decades now, and yet you haven’t been able to read about it anywhere and you’ve never seen it on the news either.

We’ve come to know a lot of information regarding the site where it was discovered, and yet the “Wheel of the Phantasms” also known as the “Ghost Wheel” has never properly been excavated, to say the least.

Originally discovered in the Gola Heights site, it was originally known as “Rujm al-Hiri” by the locals which roughly translates to “Stone Mound of Wild Cats”.

In Hebrew however, it directly translates to “The Ghost Wheel” which has had a lot of experts in awe, to say the least.

It appears to be made out of four concentric circles with a total of 150 meters in diameter.

While is it quite a massive finding, many experts believe that around 6,000 years ago, when it was originally built, this whole structure must have been at least 9 meters high.

It is believed to have belonged to the Chalcolithic era, having been mainly used as an agricultural spot by the ancient civilization that lived here.

Many believe that it is actually related to Stonehenge in that nobody knows why it was originally built or for what reason.

Some believe it was used to observe the stars and predict the upcoming solstices, although nothing is known for sure as of yet.

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