Gordon Freeman is available to discuss the archaeological discoveries he has made as seen in  Canada’s Stonehenge and Hidden Stonehenge. For further information, contact Lyn Cadence at lyn[at]

Here is a sampling of the kinds of venues where Freeman speaks.

February 21, 2013, HIDDEN STONEHENGE: A 5200 Year Old Sun Temple in Alberta is a Key to Stonehenge, Speaker: Gordon Freeman, M.A., Ph.D., D.Phil., Professor Emeritus University of Alberta, author of Canada’s Stonehenge and Hidden StonehengeUniversity of Calgary – Science Theatres

April 29 – May 1, 2010, Canadian Archaeological Association Conference, Calgary, Fairmont Palliser Hotel

May 14 – 16, 2010, Canadian Society of Questers Meeting, Olds College, Alberta

May 15, 2009 – Canadian Archaeological Association Conference, Gordon Freeman presents, “The 5200 Year Old, Accurate Calendar in Alberta,” Thunder Bay, ON

Monday, March 2, 2009, 7:30 pm, Pages Books, 1135 Kensington Road NW, Calgary, AB, (403) 283-6655, free

Thursday, February 5, 2009, Audrey’s Books, 10702 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 3J5, Canada, (780) 423-3487, 7:30 pm, free


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11 thoughts on “Events

  1. Will you be presenting in Calgary.I would love to see your presentation. I have always felt the prairies to be such a sacred place. Blessings on all your work. Deb

  2. Hi, I host a weekly talk show called Synchronicity: Talk Radio for Your Mind, Body & Soul up at the University of British Columbia. (it airs on Friday mornings from 9-10am Pacific at 101.9fm in Vancouver or online at

    I’m trying to contact Mr. Freeman for an interview and to promote his book on my show but I’m not sure of the best way to contact him.
    The website posted is currently under construction but feel free to contact the show directly. To listen to podcasts of previous shows, visit

    Thanks so much for your time!
    Marie Benard
    host of Synchronicity

  3. Great, I am so glad that you are coming to Calgary. I got your book and was actually out at the site today. I spoke to a Siksika elder at the Heritage Centre on One Gun Road.

    Intriguing, fascinating.

    Says much about what we think we might know about pre-columbian (hate that term) North America.

    Thank you so much for publishing this book.

  4. This is very interesting. I live in the Majorville area, in what used to be the Majorville General Store, post-office and gas station (now just two run-down quonset buildings begging for major renovations). I was just browsing the internet for anything regarding Majorville and came across this. How interesting to find out that I’m living so close to Canada’s Stonehenge! Once I find out exactly where it’s located I’ll have to take a walk out there and experience it myself!

  5. I just read your book and am pleased to see how you took time to make so many visits to the Sun Cairn Ring. Your book reminded me over and over that the true work of a student and a scholar is to learn — learning by observing the natural world and by doing and by talking with others.

  6. Hello.
    The 28 spokes of the Canada’s stonehenge are possibly 1/8 of the saros eclipse cycle of 224 months.56 aubrey holes at stonehenge = 2 x 28 and 224/56=4.In the book stonehenge decoded it was shown by an astrophysicist that moon and sun line up at lots of locations at stonehenge.Moon + sun =eclipse. Also the site is 186 km northeast of Calgary = 18.6 years of lunar metonic cycle x 10.
    10 fingers on a fingernail=1cm wide -100 fingernails = 1 metre -keep multiplying by ten and you get 1 km! Calgary is where two rivers meet -they mate! Northeast of stonehenge is direction of midsummer sunrise.

  7. Hello.
    The 28 spokes of the Canada’s stonehenge are possibly 1/8 of the saros eclipse cycle of 224 months.56 aubrey holes at stonehenge = 2 x 28 and 224/56=4.In the book stonehenge decoded it was shown by an astrophysicist that moon and sun line up at lots of locations at stonehenge.Moon + sun =eclipse.

  8. she really eeojynd it and wanted to see it again. She knew I had always called myself a Lakota, and she said it actually did justice to the ways the American Indians have been treated. You have to remember that some of my friends thought the movie “A man called horse”, that came out the year before, was a good movie. To me the horse movie was funny. I was raised by my Grandmother who was full Lakota, and was 5 years old when the battle of Custer took place. She brought me up speaking Lakota and English, so when in that movie people were saying the Indians were singing a sacred song, and I knew it was a song that was taught to children as a lullaby, I had to laugh.Well I let her talk me into going, I ended up going 12 times so I could remember it almost word for word. It changed my way of looking at the Whites. At one point Billy said “Being an Indian isn’t a matter of blood, but a way of life” it hit me that the main reason I couldn’t get pass my past, was because I was stopping me. I would sneer at the Whites because of what was done to my ancestors. I had to climb above it. In the scene where he was speaking about the thin veil that separates the ones who have passed from us, were my Grandmother’s exact words. It hit me in the head like a brick. I had to open myself up, and accept the past cannot be changed, but the future can.I found that a Sundance was going to be held in Montana, and had to hitch-hike to get there, but I made it. It was funny that the county Sheriff was letting us use his land, even though the Sundance was an illegal act at that time. He didn’t think we should be barred from worshiping as we wanted. He was White.If I never saw this movie, I never would have went to Sundance, and I never would have had the honor to dance for my tribe. I never would have meant some people that became good friends, and close to me.I know I am only one man, but even one man can make a difference. I heard that before I watch Billy Jack, but I did not know the true meaning of that saying. I will say because of this movie, I am a better friend, husband and father, and still I earn from the movie and book everyday.Now, the drugs I must take for neuropathy seem to rob me of some of my memories. It would be nice to see the movie again, but I do have the book of the movie, that I read to keep the memories in my mind.SmilesMitakuye Oyasin,BillCurrent score: 0 (Please enable JavaScript to vote.)a0a0(vote for this entry)

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