As you might expect for such an imposing stone monument, people have sometimes associated Stonehenge with Freemasonry.
Oddly there is actually not much in the way of direct evidence that the Brotherhood ever took much interest in it apart from the odd article in ACQ (“Ars Quatuor Coronatorum”) discussing various aspects of its construction and history.
Various attempts have been made down the years to find a link between Druidism and Freemasonry with some authors claiming that the Druids were the original basis for it – notably G.S. Faber (“Origins of Pagan Idolatry”, 1816), Winwood Reade (“The Veil of Isis”, 1861) and Dudley Cory-Wright (“Druidism – The Ancient Faith of Britain”, 1924).
There’s even some graffiti that refers to masons – on the southwest side of the tallest stone still standing these lines appear:
1802 ( ) MASONS CAMBERWELL
… although it’s not clear…
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