Bob Mander was born in 1939. He considered himself fortunate to be educated at Birkenhead School and afterwards at Southampton University where he studied for a B.A. Hours degree in Geography with ancillary History. His main interest was in geomorphology, the structure and formation of the landscape features of the earth. After an education course, he took up a career in teaching, during which he undertook a further education course and one in geology. He spent his whole teaching career with Liverpool Education Authority before taking early retirement in 1996. In retirement he took a more spiritual approach to life encouraged by his wife, Avis, and others. This led on to a consideration of the effect that the landscape of Britain had on the lives of our ancient peoples and vice versa. This in turn led on to a study of our sacred landscape and the religious experiences of Neolithic and Bronze Age man in Britain. This book is t a treatment of the archaeology of the British Isles but rather an attempt to draw together the disparate strands of what goes into the making of the sacred landscape and what went into the makeup of the religion of our early ancestors.