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* ''WesternAnimation/TheDragonPrince'': The Moonhenge, once an edifice that was a nexus to a realm beyond life and death, but now all that's let are bases the full structure was built on.


* Seen in ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' as a place where Merida keeps being drawn to, [[spoiler:and where the curse on Elinor and Mor'du is broken]].

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* Seen in ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' as a place where Merida keeps being drawn to, [[spoiler:and where the curse on Elinor and Mor'du is broken]]. The appearance of the circle itself seems to be loosely inspired by the real-life [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Callanish_Stones Callanish Stones]] on the Isle of Lewis.

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* In "Literature/SorcererConjurerWizardWitch", an ExtranormalPrison is built in a meteor crater surrounded by a circle of standing stones, which the narration describes as "the Neolithic equivalent of the 'Danger--Keep Out' signs put up at the site of a bad fire or a subsidence in the road".

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* In "Literature/AngelDownSussex", Angel Field has a long history of strange events attributed to angels, TheFairFolk, or similar beings. For most of its history the field had a stone circle in it that was associated with the phenomena, but in 1872 the farmer who owned the field demolished it after his daughter disappeared from inside the circle.

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* ''Series/MysteryHunters'': There is an episode where both Araya and Christina try to investigate who built the Stonehenge and what it's purpose might have been.


* In ''VideoGame/Everquest'', stone rings are teleportation locations for Druids. Wizards use [[PyramidPower other iconic structures]].

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* In ''VideoGame/Everquest'', ''VideoGame/EverQuest'', stone rings are teleportation locations for Druids. Wizards use [[PyramidPower other iconic structures]].

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* In ''VideoGame/Everquest'', stone rings are teleportation locations for Druids. Wizards use [[PyramidPower other iconic structures]].



* In the final episode of '' Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue'' the demon queen, Bansheera, attempts to complete a ritual that will bring a horde of demons and a literal hell to earth, but the ritual requires a solar eclipse, and you guessed it,circles of standing stones, to surround her palace, which is in the center of the city. out of monsters at this point, her second in command steals one of the power rangers megazords to put the large stones in place. Despite the power rangers succeeding in destroying the renegade megazord, the last stone that it was holding is dropped, and the circle is completed.

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\n* In the final episode of '' Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue'' ''Series/PowerRangersLightspeedRescue'' the demon queen, Bansheera, attempts to complete a ritual that will bring a horde of demons and a literal hell Hell to earth, Earth, but the ritual requires a solar eclipse, and and, you guessed it,circles it, a circles of standing stones, to surround stones surrounding her palace, which is in the center of the city. out Out of monsters at this point, her second in command second-in-command steals one of the power rangers Power Ranger's megazords to put the large stones in place. Despite the power rangers Power Rangers succeeding in destroying the renegade megazord, the last stone that it was holding is dropped, and the circle is completed.

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* Geoffrey of Monmouth's ''Life Of Merlin'' tells us that King Arthur's uncle, along with Arthur's father and Merlin, led an army into Ireland to steal stones with magical healing powers which were used to build Stonehenge. AnachronismStew is very much in play, since Stonehenge is a lot older than the dates he gives for the lives of Arthur's pops.

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* In the final episode of '' Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue'' the demon queen, Bansheera, attempts to complete a ritual that will bring a horde of demons and a literal hell to earth, but the ritual requires a solar eclipse, and you guessed it,circles of standing stones, to surround her palace, which is in the center of the city. out of monsters at this point, her second in command steals one of the power rangers megazords to put the large stones in place. Despite the power rangers succeeding in destroying the renegade megazord, the last stone that it was holding is dropped, and the circle is completed.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' literally has a "Stonehenge", and...would you look at that? There's an alien base beneath it.


* ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsIII'' reveals that [[spoiler:the new]] Organization XIII has one of these in the [[FieldOfBlades Keyblade]] [[WeaponTombstone Graveyard]]. It serves as a gathering place for members [[spoiler:in lieu of Where Nothing Gathers, the round room in The Castle That Never Was which hosted a throne for each of member of the ''original'' Organization]].



* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''. [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-526 SCP-526]] "Valhalla Gate" is a ring of nine rune-covered standing stones on a hill in Norway. Each morning at sunrise a group of what appear to be Einherjar (spirits of fallen warriors, from Myth/NorseMythology) appear on the hill and either dig in or move off the hill and attack anyone they find.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''. ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-526 SCP-526]] "Valhalla Gate" is a ring of nine rune-covered standing stones on a hill in Norway. Each morning at sunrise a group of what appear to be Einherjar (spirits of fallen warriors, from Myth/NorseMythology) appear on the hill and either dig in or move off the hill and attack anyone they find.


** In ''Literature/TheLongEarth'' standing stones were (and may still be) used to repel species from parallel earths described as "elves" and "trolls".

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** * In ''Literature/TheLongEarth'' standing stones were (and may still be) used to repel species from parallel earths described as "elves" and "trolls".


** In ''Literature/TheLongEarth'' standing stones were (and may still be) used to repel species from parallel earths described as "elves" and "trolls".



** In ''Literature/TheLongEarth'' standing stones were (and may still be) used to repel species from parallel earths described as "elves" and "trolls".

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** In ''Literature/TheLongEarth'' standing stones were (and may still be) used to repel species from parallel earths described as "elves" and "trolls".

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