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It does not have a singular role as a burial place.

At the beginning of the 20th century most Armenians were driven from Anatolia or killed by Ottoman forces during the Armenian massacres.We Belong to the Earth, She Does not Belong to Us I do not believe that Druids or Pagans own these sites, anymore than archaeologists do, and neither Pagan nor archaeologist should be able to treat sacred spaces as tools for their own authority and dominance as the Roman and Viking plunderers once did in the past.The Earth - the goddess, is our mother, and not an object to be owned or plundered.Armenian literature continued to develop after that period and witnessed a strong revival during the 19th century in the face of Turkish (Ottoman Empire) and Russian domination.Armenian writers did much to awaken the national consciousness of the Armenians, who became increasingly impatient with foreign rule.It is this awareness that leads myself to the conclusion that the ancestors and guardians residing at sacred sites are either concerned, saddened or angry about the disturbance of their sacred places of rest such as Avebury, Stonehenge, Newgrange, Emain Macha, Tara et al.Other sites in Wales have also had their ancestors disturbed by archaeological investigation, such as Tinkinswood Long Cairn and Dyffryn Arddwy, and at Maes Howe and other sites, the ancestors remains have suffered the indignation of centuries of desecration and theft of their skeletal remains and grave goods.Although some remain in Turkey, more than three million Armenians live in the republic; large numbers also live in Azerbaijan, Georgia, and other areas of the Caucasus and the Middle East.Many other Armenians have migrated to Europe and North America.The sacred burial is a functioning part of the body of the goddess or to use New Age terminology, an energy chakra.It therefore serves a purpose in the present as well as having meaning in the past.

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