The impact of the sun rising over the hill
and the stone looking as if it were the pathway for the return of the warmer
weather must have been amazing . To help visualize it I made a wooden model
of Hajar el Hibla
I can imagine a priest climbing the stone
at dawn and asking the sun to come back and warm the land.
The Hibla Stone is 14' across so my
little Blue-Tack man must be one of the race of Giants sometimes credited with
moving Hajar el Hibla's sibling stones up the hill to where they are now, part
of the foundations of the Roman Temple to Jupiter.