Check this video out. It is about 6 minutes long but it shows how one man moves, rotates and stands a huge block on end, resulting in the beginnings of his own "Stonehenge Reloaded".
When the "professionals" tried to figure it out, it seems they may not have thought simple enough. It really is simple and it really is an interesting approach. Just think what two or three could do?
Can it be applied to building the pyramids?