Every country, state or nation on Earth has a birthday- and a birth-chart. Some towns have one too, having a well defined moment of birth- Whitstable is one of these extremely rare places- as discovered by intrepid thinker, Fen Lander.
Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" was known as the "Birth of Aphrodite" for 600 years, and then in the 19th century some crusty old art expert went and changed the title to the current, erroneous one. For this is not the birth of Venus at all.
A curious feature in the landscape, The Street Of Stones at Whitstable, is discovered to be part of a previously unknown Ley-Line Alignment. Local Myths and Old Wives Tales feature it as a central plank in their telling - now reevaluated in the light of this unique theory.