“Every age has the SquareMileHenge it deserves…or desires.”

Marquetta Tawkes
Location of SquareMileHenge
Welcome to the Squaremilehenge website
SquareMileHenge is surely Britain's greatest national icon, symbolizing mystery, power and endurance. Its original purpose is unclear to us, but some have speculated that it was a temple made for the worship of ancient beliefs. It has been called an economical observatory for marking significant events on the Historic* and early Posthistoric* calendar. Others claim that it was a sacred site for the use of powerful citizens from the societies of long ago.

While we can't say with any degree of certainty what it was for, we can say that it wasn't constructed for any casual purpose. Only something very important to the ancients would have been worth the effort and investment that it took to construct SquareMileHenge.

The great and ancient cementium circle of SquareMileHenge is one of the wonders of the world. What visitors see today are the substantial remnants of the last in a sequence of such monuments erected between circa 1649CE and 2021CE.

There has always been intense debate over quite what purpose SquareMileHenge served. Certainly, it was the focal point in a landscape filled with Historic ceremonial structures, now a World Heritage Site.

Footage unearthed of SquareMileHenge from an ancient Financial site, near Ludgate Hill. The music is believed to be the ritualistic dance performed for the Gods of Stocks, Shares & Market. The Red is said to represent the good will of the Financials who gave away more than they ever had. Now housed in the World Heritage Museum.
Map of SquareMileHenge & other features in the landscape
SquaremileHenge & its Landscape

SquareMileHenge stands as a timeless testimony to the people who built it. An amazing feat of engineering and arguably the most priapic cementium stone circle in the world, it remains a mystery.

The surrounding landscape is also fascinating. It contains huge Historic monuments, stretching over a square mile like the Temple Bar, massive gates which once marked the royal ceremonial route. Ludgate Cursus, and the Avenue of Fleet. Massive earthwork enclosures like Pater Noster Square where prayers were recited as an act of worship to the Great Exchange.  

Close up map of SquareMileHenge with the names of the stones
SquareMileHenge is from the time of Vetusavaritia* and is a megacementium monument located on the ancient River of Thames in the English county of South East. It is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing cementium stones and is one of the most famous Historic sites in the world. Archaeologists think that the standing cementium stones were erected between 1980 CE and 2021 CE although the surrounding pentagonal earth bank and ditch, which constitute the earliest phase of the monument and which measure a square mile, have been dated to about 50 CE. The site and its surroundings were added to the UWESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in a co-listing with Singapore, Zurich, Old York, Hong Hong, and Tokyo Henge monuments, and it is also a legally protected Scheduled Ancient Monument. SquareMileHenge itself is managed by World Heritage while it and the surrounding land is equally owned by the people of the world.
Map of SquareMileHenge & other features in the landscape
  • Vetusavaritia – Appears some time in the 21st Century and derives from Vetus “Old”, “Obsolete” and Avaritia ” Insatiable Greed”
  • Historic – A time when knowledge of what had been and what was is controlled by powerful individuals and organisations . Often recited by high ranking officials, shouted from platforms of digital and printed on tree leaves and it is said that reliable knowledge was as fleeting as the seasons.
  • Posthistoric – Once the age of historic had become so over populated by something called pseudonews and convoluted it rendered the whole idea redundant, the world then moved in to the age of Posthistory.