The positions of the stones were exactly fixed by divining with pendulums; not only the courses of the streams were considered but also the average depth, that implicated the diameter of the circle. Now the pits were dug and the the stones laid beside them; although these stones were small compared to ancient monuments a kind of "Stonehenge feeling“ was coming up.
The other four stones received the names of Niamh, Con, Ivan and Frank; Frank also called 'his' stone the "sheep stone“ because he found that one side looked like a sheep’s head.
Now a fire of wood and charcoal was lit in the center of the circle. Then the fire was brought from the central to the six pits in the circle.
We brought Crom down from the Bog Oak outer temple to sit a while looking into his new circle and now for the winter Crom sits inside his Temple Crom In the pic below you see Red John, Karl, Con, Niamh, Sam and Ivan with Crom in the center - Frank had gone home to Meath but was represented by the Quartz rock on top of the 'sheep stone'...