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Seven Sisters of Wales
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GDenke
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Seven Sisters of Wales

Geologic (1656) structure contour maps each pair of Q / R holes within
Stone Hedge Double Bluestone Horseshoe indicating that the Ancient
coal miners intentionally designed Q / R holes to represent South
Wales Coalfield synclinal basin structure.

See the Bluestone Sockets 'dumb-bell'
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The Ancient coal miners Double Bluestone Horseshoe architecture, the
Q / R holes and trench are positive Bluestone source identification,
and the trench connecting Q trough and R trough depressions for South
Wales Coalfield basin structure thrust.

Fold 'dumb-bell' for Double Horseshoe
http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/webdav/site/GSL/shared/images/education_and_careers/Gower_Field_Guide/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG

Westphalian-Stephanian microfloral and macrofloral record in Double
Bluestone Horseshoe matches South Wales Coalfield microfloral and
macrofloral record of Dr. Garry Denke (1622-1699) Diary (1656) biozone
identified 24 biodiverse species.

Stonehenge Bluestone Glacial Erratics
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Seven Sisters of Wales had always been recognized historically for a
coal pit that was located in the middle of what was the richest source
of coal in the world. The pit was named Seven Sisters Colliery after
seven daughters of Evan Evans-Bevan.

Q / R Bluestones Seven Sisters Source
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Seven+Sisters,+Neath,+West+Glamorgan,+UK

24 Flowers <- 24 Flowers
Irish Sea Glacier -> East

Garry Denke
GDenke
2008-04-22 19:22:30 UTC
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Seven Sisters of Wales
Geologic (1656) structure contour maps each pair of Q / R holes within
Stone Hedge Double Bluestone Horseshoe indicating that the Ancient
coal miners intentionally designed Q / R holes to represent South
Wales Coalfield synclinal basin structure.
See the Bluestone Sockets 'dumb-bell'
http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/webdav/site/GSL/shared/images/education_and_careers/Gower_Field_Guide/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG
The Ancient coal miners Double Bluestone Horseshoe architecture, the
Q / R holes and trench are positive Bluestone source identification,
and the trench connecting Q trough and R trough depressions for South
Wales Coalfield basin structure thrust.
Fold 'dumb-bell' for Double Horseshoe
http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/webdav/site/GSL/shared/images/education_and_careers/Gower_Field_Guide/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG
Westphalian-Stephanian microfloral and macrofloral record in Double
Bluestone Horseshoe matches South Wales Coalfield microfloral and
macrofloral record of Dr. Garry Denke (1622-1699) Diary (1656) biozone
identified 24 biodiverse species.
Stonehenge Bluestone Glacial Erratics
http://www.soton.ac.uk/~imw/jpg/South-Wales-map-1300.jpg
Seven Sisters of Wales had always been recognized historically for a
coal pit that was located in the middle of what was the richest source
of coal in the world. The pit was named Seven Sisters Colliery after
seven daughters of Evan Evans-Bevan.
Q / R Bluestones Seven Sisters Source
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Seven+Sisters,+Neath,+West+Glamorgan,+UK
24 Flowers <- 24 Flowers
Irish Sea Glacier -> East
Garry Denke
Mystery of Wiltshire is Ruined

dusters in white -
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Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Avebury duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Cursus duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Durrington Walls duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Long Barrow duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Robin Hood's Ball duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Stonehenge duster
Pembroke -> South Wales -> Bristol -> Woodhenge duster

dusters in white -
http://www.coalpro.co.uk/images/coalmap.jpg

Whitestone

The Healing Stones' Q and R holes are features of similar shape and
identical filling, each pair connected by a trench, resulting in a
'dumb-bell' shaped feature. After removal of Bluestone from Q and R
holes, the center part of each 'dumb-bell' was filled with very
tightly packed clean Whitestone chalky rubble, the remaining primary
fill of the original 'dumb-bell' from '56 holes. The expanded Q and R
holes' ends of each 'dumb-bell' shaped feature were then backfilled
with dirtier White Chalk from '01 ditch. The Healing Stones' clean
Whitestone filled Q and R holes' trench was auger cored in '56 by
Doctor Dentist Garry Denke (1622-1699), and confirmed in '01 by Mining
Engineer William Gowland (1842-1922), around mine Stone '56.

http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22486#post22486

Actually, there is a very large coal field there,
unfortunately too deep to mine economically.

GDenke @ tx.rr.com

http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com
GDenke
2008-04-24 05:06:34 UTC
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H E A T

Wiltshire Mystery Ruined

Salisbury Plain overlies a very large Coalfield,
unfortunately too deep to mine economically.

dusters in white ->
http://www.coalpro.co.uk/images/coalmap.jpg

Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Avebury duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Cursus duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Durrington Walls duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Long Barrow duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Robin Hood's Ball duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Stonehenge duster
Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol Coalfield -
Post by GDenke
Woodhenge duster
http://www.coalpro.co.uk/images/coalmap.jpg
dusters in white ->

Dr. Garry Denke (1622-1699)
Hidden Energy Amalgamate Theory
The Coal Stones and The Healing Stones

Stonehenge Mining College
The First Borean University

a) Irish Sea Glacier dumps black Volcanic Bluestone rock erratics at
Seven Sisters in centre of South Wales Coalfield faulted Oval of
Horseshoes.
b) Black Ordovician Bluestone rock mysteriously does not produce fire
like plentiful ordinary black Carboniferous Coal rock at circling rim
of fires.
c) Homo sapiens begin worshipping the rare black Volcanic Bluestone
rock power over fire at the South Wales Coalfield faulted Horseshoes
Oval.
d) Preseli Hills springs of black Ordovician Bluestone rock that
create water found being the internal reason for mysterious power over
fire.
e) Superstitions springing up from powerful black Volcanic Bluestone
rock that sooths Coalfire burn wounds with water it creates fuel
myths.
f) Cold lower-class Homo sapiens having to stoke wood fires
throughout night desire Hot upper-class Homo sapiens living style of
sleeping all night.
g) Pembrokeshire Coalfield -> South Wales Coalfield -> Bristol
Coalfield -> Salisbury Plain Coal Prospect generated by cold lower-
class geologists.
h) Elders attribute multiple failures at Salisbury Plain Coal
Prospect to absence of The Healing Stones' power at the centre of
duster digging area.
i) Pigskin leather football (rugby) and lambskin leather volleyball
(soccer) geology student falls on field seeing "white stone" younger
creatures.
j) Upper-class Homo sapiens agree to lend The Healing Stones that are
in their Horseshoes brought by the Irish to lower-class Homo sapiens
neighbors.
k) Parents' students bring tons of "white stone" from South Wales
Coalfield Oval to palaeontology department with deflated pigskins and
lambskins.
l) 19-18-19 recalcitrant elders 'space'-out '56 basinward
Carboniferous Coal rim cave chimneys - cave vents for "white smoke
stone" comparison.
m) Field rim '56 cave chimneys filled and excess "white stone" piled
toward first 3 pine marked dusters styling Pembrokeshire Coalfield
outcrop.
n) Structural geology of the South Wales Coalfield is conveyed in
each Q and R hole pair separated by thrust trench in the Double
Horseshoe model.
o) The Green sparkling Cosheston watered Irish delivered Old Red
erratic Seven Sisters' beacons rock entrance keeping the way of the 3
of pine.
p) Heal stone problem, water problem, burn problem, class problem,
etc with The Healing Stones' delivery to Coal Prospect duster area
made.
q) With newest version of 'net' available College volleyball grows in
popularity and "Laws of the Game" for football and rugby are now
changed.
r) Elders attribute continuing Salisbury Plain Coal Prospect failures
to centre disconnection with Stonehenge Bottom spring at northeast
valley.
s) Q and R holes thrust The Healing Stones having no power of
creating Coal or water and remaining '56 chimney "white stone" packed
at thrust.
t) Lower-class Homo sapiens' black Volcanic Bluestone rock loan
agreement honoured and return made to Seven Sisters as deeper cave
shoring fails.
u) Geologists locate 'higher education' rock nearby and recalcitrant
'56 convince orthodox elders 'capping graduates' in pairs makes for
success.
v) College teaches upper-class Homo sapiens' minimalist logo
architecture at its sophisticated best and The Healing Stones a gift
back donation.
w) Ezekiels whirl Borean wind Wheels north for Pagans, Druids, and
Wiccans tunnel Deals shoeing The Healing Stones' Seven Sisters'
Spirits.
x) Tunnel Engineer I. Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) and Mining Engineer
William Gowland (1842-1922) ancestors College the 3 shoring of
tunnels.
y) Pagans, Druids, and Wiccans build 30 Y holes fence for 'roped-out'
tourists caught climbing rim perimeter bracing and inside mine
shoring.
z) Borean University entrance at gap 29 Z holes fence for 'roped-in'
tourists observing Stonehenge Mining College in action on the Ancient
path.

http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/webdav/site/GSL/shared/images/education_and_careers/Gower_Field_Guide/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG

Palynology is geology,
flowers flourish Twice.

Carboniferous Whitestone

The Healing Stones' Q and R holes are features of similar shape and
identical filling, each pair connected by a trench, resulting in a
'dumb-bell' shaped feature. After removal of Volcanic Bluestone from
Q and R holes, the center part of each 'dumb-bell' was filled with
very tightly packed clean Carboniferous Whitestone chalky rubble, the
remaining primary fill of the original 'dumb-bell' from '56 holes
(Hawley Holes / Aubrey Holes). The expanded Q and R holes' ends of
each 'dumb-bell' shaped feature were then backfilled with dirtier
Cretaceous White Chalk from '01 ditch (Altar Stone Ditch / Heel Stone
Ditch). The Healing Stones' clean Carboniferous Whitestone filled Q
and R holes' trench was auger cored in '56 by Doctor Dentist Garry
Denke (1622-1699) as confirmed in '01 by Mining Engineer William
Gowland (1842-1922) around mine Stone '56.

The Ancient was Right !
Coal IS under that hill !

H E A T

Garry Denke
GDenke
2008-04-27 19:27:48 UTC
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Yep, and at Today's Coal Posted Price;
the Ancient Prospect now economical.
We're going to dig it!
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For those unfamiliar with the 5 basic rock types at Stonehenge;
here is a list of them arranged in chronological order of arrival.
85 MYA
White Chalk - The outcrop sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is Late
Cretaceous Period, Santonian Age, calcium carbonate. Late Cretaceous
Period outcrop sedimentary rock is the in situ construction material
used by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 85
million years old. This stone is called Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
White in color, this building material is from Stonehenge Ditch mining
area.
3100 BC
Whitestone - The oldest limestone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Period, Arundian Age, calcium
carbonate. Early Carboniferous Period limestone sedimentary rock is
the first (1st) construction material imported by the Stonehenge
builders. This material is approximately 340 million years old. This
stone is called High Tor (Birnbeck) Limestone Formation rock. White in
color, this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
3000 BC
Cosheston - The oldest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Devonian Period micaceous silicate. Devonian Period sandstone
sedimentary rock is the second (2nd) construction material imported by
the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 408 million
years old. This stone is called Senni Beds (Old Red Sandstone)
Formation rock. Green in color, this building material is from South
Wales Coalfield mining area.
2600 BC
Bluestone - The volcanic rock (oldest geologically) of Stonehenge is
Ordovician Period intrusive igneous diabase (dolerite) and extrusive
igneous felsite (rhyolite) and tuff (basic). Ordovician Period igneous
rock is the third (3rd) construction material imported by the
Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 470 million years
old. This stone is called Ordovician Volcanic rock. Black in color,
this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
2200 BC
Sarsen - The youngest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Oligocene-Miocene (Tertiary) Period silicate. Oligocene-Miocene Period
sandstone sedimentary rock is the fourth (4th) construction material
imported by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 24
million years old. This stone is called Reading Formation rock. Gray
in color, this building material is from Marlborough Downs mining
area.
Note that this order is consistent with both rock transport theories;
rock transported by a glacier and rock transported by the Ancient.
Both! One twice! Hope this helps!
http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545
The Ancient!
Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
Denoco Inc. of Texas
Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
Plano, Texas 75086-6488
http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com
Tel: 972-422-8268
Fax: 972-422-7868
Cell: 972-768-4631
DOC 570-788-5282
Grander key
[(G-D)^1/2] = Wizard Frequency
--
Force = Momentum-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Power = Energy-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Energy = H-Bar-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Current = Charge-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
--
Dark energy
G-D = Wizard Merlin
Seventy Seven Stonehenge Sarsens Seven Sisters Shoring
http://news.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/spl/hi/uk/06/stonehenge/img/stonehenge_416.gif
Seventy Seven Stonehenge Sarsens Seven Sisters Shoring
Old Red after White, then Black, and Pale
King Arthur Grander key Dark energy
Crop and Circle
The First Stone of Stonehenge is "white stone", Cretaceous and
Carboniferous. Dr Garry Denke (1622-1699) found them, while coring at
Stonehenge, in 1656. They are the key to understanding Salisbury
Plain's past, both Mesolithic and Neolithic archaeology. The First
Stone of Stonehenge is very important, both of them, Dr Garry Denke's.
Germane.
Garry Denke's public papers are in Official Public (Deed) Records,
note the word "public". Recorded over a decade(s) ago, for the Public,
and free for kids. Not like evil Journal of Paleontology, Geological
Journal, et al, that charge kids. Garry Denke's public papers filed on
FidoNet also, over a decade(s) ago. Thanks to Tom Jennings, FTP,
Usenet.
Flora and Fauna
Bow Wow
Fido
Now that Royal Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor Timothy Darvill
(archaeologist) and Royal Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor Geoffrey
Wainwright (archaeologist) have verified German Society (GS) Fellow
(US) Doctor Garry Denke (dentist) (1622-1699) Bluestone rock of
Stonehenge as a glacial erratic from Seven Sisters' mining area inside
South Wales Coalfield; once again verifying German Society (GS) Fellow
(US) Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, and
dentist's auger coring of Stonehenge in the Spring of '56 (says
20th-21st June 1656 here); the same originally confirmed by Royal
Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor William Gowland (1842-1922) miner,
metallurgist, and mining engineer's excavation record of Stonehenge in
the Summer of '01 (says 20th-21st June 1901 here); around mine Stone
'56 (a broken tooth of GS US Doctor Garry Denke coring tool analysed):
following are more geological, palaeontological, and geophysical
public publication papers from their reading list.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke.2C_Sr.

Dr. Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr.

Doctor Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr. (b. April 19, 1622; d. February 19,
1699) was a German historian, antiquarian and dentist. He was born in
Baden, trained at Schwarzwald School, Black Forest, in metal and wood
dentistry. Dr. Denke is best known for his Stonehenge Heelstone flying
eagle 1656 hollow stem auger core of Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn)
and Live oak.

After serving in the Thirty Years' War, he collected South Namur
Waulsort and South Wales Coalfield white stone (Carboniferous) and
coal stone from Stonehenge. Devoutly Catholic, Dr. Denke set out for
Jamestown in the year 1666, was German Church historian and made
Doctor by Sir William Berkeley governor dentist. He performed
Appomattox Indian dentistry.

In 1676 Virginia Civil War, Dr. Denke opossumed Bacon's Rebellion and
settled at Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall, Great Kingdom of the
Tejas, Caddo confederacy. The Doctor's elder Waulsort and Wales white
stone collection, his crude biology (paleontology) and hollow stem
auger core drill are housed at Caddo, near Breckenridge, Stephens
County, Texas.

Live oak (Quercus virginiana), Virginia algonquian (Didelphis
virginiana)
This German biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by
expanding it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Heelstone_Bibliography

1) Denke, G.W. 1973. Stonehenge Phase I: An Openpit Coalfield Model;
The First Geologic Mining School. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
GDG, 73: 1-56.
2) Denke, G.W. 1975. Invertibrate Paleontology of the High Tor
Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) and the Upper Senonian Chalk (Late
Cretaceous) of Stonehenge. (Arizona State University) GDG, 75: 1-7.
3) Denke, G.W. 1977. Possible Source Areas of the High Tor Limestone
(Early Mississippian) Fill of the Aubrey Holes and Heel Stone Ditch in
Europe. (Arizona State University) GDG, 77: 1-24.
4) Beus, S.S. 1984. Fossil Associations in the High Tor Limestone
(Lower Carboniferous) of South Wales. (Northern Arizona University)
Journal of Paleontology, 58: 3; 651-667.
5) Denke, G.W. 1984. Mid-Dinantian (Waulsortian Facies) High Tor
Limestone: The First Stones Transported to Stonehenge from the South
Wales Coast. (Arizona State University) GDG, 84: 1-4.
6) Denke, G. 1984. Magnetic and Electromagnetic Surveys at Heelstone,
Stonehenge, United Kingdom. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) GDG,
84: 5-42.
7) Lees, A. and Miller, J. 1985. Facies variatian in Waulsortian
buildups, Part 2; Mid-Dinantian buildups from Europe and North
America. (Revised) Geological Journal, 20: 159-180.
8) Geologist, Denke, G. 1986. The Paleontology of Stonehenge, England.
(Arizona State University) GDG, 86: 1-3. (State of Texas) County of
Stonewall, Book 393; 848-853.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=148728869
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699

Dr. Garry Denke's Diary Lead:
http://hearth.com/econtent/index.php/articles/introduction_to_coal_as_a_home_heating_fuel
Coal cave home heating

Garry Denke Study Now:
http://www.accuracyingenesis.com/wldcoal.gif
Homo erectus and coal

Done With Britain:
http://www.coalpro.co.uk/images/coalmap.jpg
Salisbury Plain dusters

Garry Denke
GDenke
GDenke
2008-04-24 19:46:00 UTC
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Stonehenge Building Materials:
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For those unfamiliar with the 5 basic rock types at Stonehenge;
Here is a list of them arranged in chronological order of arrival.

85 MYA

White Chalk - The outcrop sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is Late
Cretaceous Period, Santonian Age, calcium carbonate. Late Cretaceous
Period outcrop sedimentary rock is the in situ construction material
used by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 85
million years old. This stone is called Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
White in color, this building material is from Stonehenge Ditch Mining
area.

3100 BC

Whitestone - The oldest limestone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Period, Arundian Age, calcium
carbonate. Early Carboniferous Period limestone sedimentary rock is
the first (1st) construction material imported by the Stonehenge
builders. This material is approximately 340 million years old. This
stone is called High Tor (Birnbeck) Limestone Formation rock. White in
color, this building material is from South Wales Coalfield area.

3000 BC

Cosheston - The oldest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Devonian Period micaceous silicate. Devonian Period sandstone
sedimentary rock is the second (2nd) construction material imported by
the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 408 million
years old. This stone is called Senni Beds (Old Red Sandstone)
Formation rock. Green in color, this building material is from South
Wales Coalfield area.

2600 BC

Bluestone - The volcanic rock (oldest geologically) of Stonehenge is
Ordovician Period intrusive igneous diabase (dolerite) and extrusive
igneous felsite (rhyolite) and tuff (basic). Ordovician Period igneous
rock is the third (3rd) construction material imported by the
Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 470 million years
old. This stone is called Ordovician Volcanic rock. Black in color,
this building material is from South Wales Coalfield area.

2200 BC

Sarsen - The youngest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Oligocene-Miocene (Tertiary) Period silicate. Oligocene-Miocene Period
sandstone sedimentary rock is the fourth (4th) construction material
imported by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 24
million years old. This stone is called Reading Formation rock. Gray
in color, this building material is from Marlborough Downs Mining
area.

Note that this order is consistent with both rock transport theories:
Rock transported by the glacier; And rock transported the Ancient.

Both! One twice! Hope this helps!

http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545

The Ancient!

Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
Denoco Inc. of Texas
Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
Plano, Texas 75086-6488

http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com

Tel: 972-422-8268
Fax: 972-422-7868
Cell: 972-768-4631
GDenke
2008-04-25 17:01:40 UTC
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Yep, and at Today's Coal Posted Price,
the Ancient Prospect now economical.
We're going to dig it!
------------------------------
For those unfamiliar with the 5 basic rock types at Stonehenge;
Here is a list of them arranged in chronological order of arrival.
85 MYA
White Chalk - The outcrop sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is Late
Cretaceous Period, Santonian Age, calcium carbonate. Late Cretaceous
Period outcrop sedimentary rock is the in situ construction material
used by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 85
million years old. This stone is called Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
White in color, this building material is from Stonehenge Ditch Mining
area.
3100 BC
Whitestone - The oldest limestone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Period, Arundian Age, calcium
carbonate. Early Carboniferous Period limestone sedimentary rock is
the first (1st) construction material imported by the Stonehenge
builders. This material is approximately 340 million years old. This
stone is called High Tor (Birnbeck) Limestone Formation rock. White in
color, this building material is from South Wales Coalfield area.
3000 BC
Cosheston - The oldest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Devonian Period micaceous silicate. Devonian Period sandstone
sedimentary rock is the second (2nd) construction material imported by
the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 408 million
years old. This stone is called Senni Beds (Old Red Sandstone)
Formation rock. Green in color, this building material is from South
Wales Coalfield area.
2600 BC
Bluestone - The volcanic rock (oldest geologically) of Stonehenge is
Ordovician Period intrusive igneous diabase (dolerite) and extrusive
igneous felsite (rhyolite) and tuff (basic). Ordovician Period igneous
rock is the third (3rd) construction material imported by the
Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 470 million years
old. This stone is called Ordovician Volcanic rock. Black in color,
this building material is from South Wales Coalfield area.
2200 BC
Sarsen - The youngest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Oligocene-Miocene (Tertiary) Period silicate. Oligocene-Miocene Period
sandstone sedimentary rock is the fourth (4th) construction material
imported by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 24
million years old. This stone is called Reading Formation rock. Gray
in color, this building material is from Marlborough Downs Mining
area.
Rock transported by the glacier; And rock transported the Ancient.
Both! One twice! Hope this helps!
http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545
The Ancient!
Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
Denoco Inc. of Texas
Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
Plano, Texas 75086-6488
http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com
Tel: 972-422-8268
Fax: 972-422-7868
Cell: 972-768-4631
DOC 570-788-5282
Grander key

[(G-D)^1/2] = Wizard Frequency

--
Force = Momentum-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!

Power = Energy-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!

Energy = H-Bar-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!

Current = Charge-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
--

Dark energy

G-D = Wizard Merlin

http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22504#post22504
http://www.megalithic.co.uk/user.php?op=userinfo&uname=GarryDenke
GDenke
2008-04-26 15:20:32 UTC
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Yep, and at Today's Coal Posted Price;
the Ancient Prospect now economical.
We're going to dig it!
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For those unfamiliar with the 5 basic rock types at Stonehenge;
here is a list of them arranged in chronological order of arrival.
85 MYA
White Chalk - The outcrop sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is Late
Cretaceous Period, Santonian Age, calcium carbonate. Late Cretaceous
Period outcrop sedimentary rock is the in situ construction material
used by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 85
million years old. This stone is called Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
White in color, this building material is from Stonehenge Ditch mining
area.
3100 BC
Whitestone - The oldest limestone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Period, Arundian Age, calcium
carbonate. Early Carboniferous Period limestone sedimentary rock is
the first (1st) construction material imported by the Stonehenge
builders. This material is approximately 340 million years old. This
stone is called High Tor (Birnbeck) Limestone Formation rock. White in
color, this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
3000 BC
Cosheston - The oldest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Devonian Period micaceous silicate. Devonian Period sandstone
sedimentary rock is the second (2nd) construction material imported by
the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 408 million
years old. This stone is called Senni Beds (Old Red Sandstone)
Formation rock. Green in color, this building material is from South
Wales Coalfield mining area.
2600 BC
Bluestone - The volcanic rock (oldest geologically) of Stonehenge is
Ordovician Period intrusive igneous diabase (dolerite) and extrusive
igneous felsite (rhyolite) and tuff (basic). Ordovician Period igneous
rock is the third (3rd) construction material imported by the
Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 470 million years
old. This stone is called Ordovician Volcanic rock. Black in color,
this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
2200 BC
Sarsen - The youngest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Oligocene-Miocene (Tertiary) Period silicate. Oligocene-Miocene Period
sandstone sedimentary rock is the fourth (4th) construction material
imported by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 24
million years old. This stone is called Reading Formation rock. Gray
in color, this building material is from Marlborough Downs mining
area.
Note that this order is consistent with both rock transport theories;
rock transported by a glacier and rock transported by the Ancient.
Both! One twice! Hope this helps!
http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545
The Ancient!
Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
Denoco Inc. of Texas
Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
Plano, Texas 75086-6488
http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com
Tel: 972-422-8268
Fax: 972-422-7868
Cell: 972-768-4631
DOC 570-788-5282
Grander key
[(G-D)^1/2] = Wizard Frequency
--
Force = Momentum-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Power = Energy-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Energy = H-Bar-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Current = Charge-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
--
Dark energy
G-D = Wizard Merlin
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Seventy Seven Stonehenge Sarsens Seven Sisters Shoring

Old Red after White, then Black, and Pale
King Arthur Grander key Dark energy

Crop and Circle

The First Stone of Stonehenge is "white stone", Cretaceous and
Carboniferous. Dr Garry Denke (1622-1699) found them, while coring at
Stonehenge, in 1656. They are the key to understanding Salisbury
Plain's past, both Mesolithic and Neolithic archaeology. The First
Stone of Stonehenge is very important, both of them, Dr Garry Denke's.
Germane.

Garry Denke's public papers are in Official Public (Deed) Records,
note the word "public". Recorded over a decade(s) ago, for the Public,
and free for kids. Not like Journal of Paleontology, Geological
Journal, et al, that charge kids. Garry Denke's public papers filed on
FidoNet also, over a decade(s) ago. Thanks to Tom Jennings, FTP,
Usenet.

Flora and Fauna

Bow Wow
Fido
GDenke
2008-04-27 18:42:27 UTC
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Post by GDenke
Yep, and at Today's Coal Posted Price;
the Ancient Prospect now economical.
We're going to dig it!
---------------------------
For those unfamiliar with the 5 basic rock types at Stonehenge;
here is a list of them arranged in chronological order of arrival.
85 MYA
White Chalk - The outcrop sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is Late
Cretaceous Period, Santonian Age, calcium carbonate. Late Cretaceous
Period outcrop sedimentary rock is the in situ construction material
used by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 85
million years old. This stone is called Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
White in color, this building material is from Stonehenge Ditch mining
area.
3100 BC
Whitestone - The oldest limestone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Period, Arundian Age, calcium
carbonate. Early Carboniferous Period limestone sedimentary rock is
the first (1st) construction material imported by the Stonehenge
builders. This material is approximately 340 million years old. This
stone is called High Tor (Birnbeck) Limestone Formation rock. White in
color, this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
3000 BC
Cosheston - The oldest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Devonian Period micaceous silicate. Devonian Period sandstone
sedimentary rock is the second (2nd) construction material imported by
the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 408 million
years old. This stone is called Senni Beds (Old Red Sandstone)
Formation rock. Green in color, this building material is from South
Wales Coalfield mining area.
2600 BC
Bluestone - The volcanic rock (oldest geologically) of Stonehenge is
Ordovician Period intrusive igneous diabase (dolerite) and extrusive
igneous felsite (rhyolite) and tuff (basic). Ordovician Period igneous
rock is the third (3rd) construction material imported by the
Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 470 million years
old. This stone is called Ordovician Volcanic rock. Black in color,
this building material is from South Wales Coalfield mining area.
2200 BC
Sarsen - The youngest sandstone sedimentary rock of Stonehenge is
Oligocene-Miocene (Tertiary) Period silicate. Oligocene-Miocene Period
sandstone sedimentary rock is the fourth (4th) construction material
imported by the Stonehenge builders. This material is approximately 24
million years old. This stone is called Reading Formation rock. Gray
in color, this building material is from Marlborough Downs mining
area.
Note that this order is consistent with both rock transport theories;
rock transported by a glacier and rock transported by the Ancient.
Both! One twice! Hope this helps!
http://www.open2.net/forum/showthread.php?p=22456#post22456
http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/mbhistory/F2233812?thread=5273545
The Ancient!
Garry W. Denke
Geologist/Geophysicist
Denoco Inc. of Texas
Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
Plano, Texas 75086-6488
http://www.garrydenke.com
http://www.denocoinc.com
Tel: 972-422-8268
Fax: 972-422-7868
Cell: 972-768-4631
DOC 570-788-5282
Grander key
[(G-D)^1/2] = Wizard Frequency
--
Force = Momentum-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Power = Energy-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Energy = H-Bar-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
Current = Charge-[(G-D)^1/2]
Wizard G (gravitation) D (density) Merlin levitated the stones -Twice!
--
Dark energy
G-D = Wizard Merlin
Seventy Seven Stonehenge Sarsens Seven Sisters Shoring
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Seventy Seven Stonehenge Sarsens Seven Sisters Shoring
Old Red after White, then Black, and Pale
King Arthur Grander key Dark energy
Crop and Circle
The First Stone of Stonehenge is "white stone", Cretaceous and
Carboniferous. Dr Garry Denke (1622-1699) found them, while coring at
Stonehenge, in 1656. They are the key to understanding Salisbury
Plain's past, both Mesolithic and Neolithic archaeology. The First
Stone of Stonehenge is very important, both of them, Dr Garry Denke's.
Germane.
Garry Denke's public papers are in Official Public (Deed) Records,
note the word "public". Recorded over a decade(s) ago, for the Public,
and free for kids. Not like evil Journal of Paleontology, Geological
Journal, et al, that charge kids. Garry Denke's public papers filed on
FidoNet also, over a decade(s) ago. Thanks to Tom Jennings, FTP,
Usenet.
Flora and Fauna
Bow Wow
Fido
Now that Royal Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor Timothy Darvill
(archaeologist) and Royal Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor Geoffrey
Wainwright (archaeologist) have verified German Society (GS) Fellow
(US) Doctor Garry Denke (dentist) (1622-1699) Bluestone rock of
Stonehenge as a glacial erratic from Seven Sisters' mining area inside
South Wales Coalfield; once again verifying German Society (GS) Fellow
(US) Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, and
dentist's auger coring of Stonehenge in the Spring of '56 (says
20th-21st June 1656 here); the same originally confirmed by Royal
Society (RS) Fellow (UK) Doctor William Gowland (1842-1922) miner,
metallurgist, and mining engineer's excavation record of Stonehenge in
the Summer of '01 (says 20th-21st June 1901 here); around mine Stone
'56 (a broken tooth of GS US Doctor Garry Denke coring tool analysed):
following are more geological, palaeontological, and geophysical
public publication papers from their reading list.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke.2C_Sr.

Dr. Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr.

Doctor Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr. (b. April 19, 1622; d. February 19,
1699) was a German historian, antiquarian and dentist. He was born in
Baden, trained at Schwarzwald School, Black Forest, in metal and wood
dentistry. Dr. Denke is best known for his Stonehenge Heelstone flying
eagle 1656 hollow stem auger core of Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn)
and Live oak.

After serving in the Thirty Years' War, he collected South Namur
Waulsort and South Wales Coalfield white stone (Carboniferous) and
coal stone from Stonehenge. Devoutly Catholic, Dr. Denke set out for
Jamestown in the year 1666, was German Church historian and made
Doctor by Sir William Berkeley governor dentist. He performed
Appomattox Indian dentistry.

In 1676 Virginia Civil War, Dr. Denke opossumed Bacon's Rebellion and
settled at Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall, Great Kingdom of the
Tejas, Caddo confederacy. The Doctor's elder Waulsort and Wales white
stone collection, his crude biology (paleontology) and hollow stem
auger core drill are housed at Caddo, near Breckenridge, Stephens
County, Texas.

Live oak (Quercus virginiana), Virginia algonquian (Didelphis
virginiana)
This German biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by
expanding it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Heelstone_Bibliography

1) Denke, G.W. 1973. Stonehenge Phase I: An Openpit Coalfield Model;
The First Geologic Mining School. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
GDG, 73: 1-56.
2) Denke, G.W. 1975. Invertibrate Paleontology of the High Tor
Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) and the Upper Senonian Chalk (Late
Cretaceous) of Stonehenge. (Arizona State University) GDG, 75: 1-7.
3) Denke, G.W. 1977. Possible Source Areas of the High Tor Limestone
(Early Mississippian) Fill of the Aubrey Holes and Heel Stone Ditch in
Europe. (Arizona State University) GDG, 77: 1-24.
4) Beus, S.S. 1984. Fossil Associations in the High Tor Limestone
(Lower Carboniferous) of South Wales. (Northern Arizona University)
Journal of Paleontology, 58: 3; 651-667.
5) Denke, G.W. 1984. Mid-Dinantian (Waulsortian Facies) High Tor
Limestone: The First Stones Transported to Stonehenge from the South
Wales Coast. (Arizona State University) GDG, 84: 1-4.
6) Denke, G. 1984. Magnetic and Electromagnetic Surveys at Heelstone,
Stonehenge, United Kingdom. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) GDG,
84: 5-42.
7) Lees, A. and Miller, J. 1985. Facies variatian in Waulsortian
buildups, Part 2; Mid-Dinantian buildups from Europe and North
America. (Revised) Geological Journal, 20: 159-180.
8) Geologist, Denke, G. 1986. The Paleontology of Stonehenge, England.
(Arizona State University) GDG, 86: 1-3. (State of Texas) County of
Stonewall, Book 393; 848-853.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=148728869
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699

Dr. Garry Denke's Diary Lead:

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Coal cave home heating

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Done With Britain:

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Salisbury Plain dusters

Garry Denke
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2008-04-29 16:53:52 UTC
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Stonehenge III Iron Teeth
NOW THAT Royal Society (RS) Fellow of Great Britain of the United
Kingdom (UK) Doctor Geoffrey Wainwright, archaeologist and RS Fellow
UK Doctor Timothy Darvill, archaeologist have verified German Society
(GS) Fellow of Great Kingdom of the Tejas, Caddo confederacy (US)
Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, and dentist's
2nd iron tooth of three (3) broken off teeth from his Ten Iron Horned
Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656 as 'a tooth made of iron', by
metallurgy; and now that RS Fellow UK Doctor Geoffrey Wainwright,
archaeologist and RS Fellow UK Doctor Timothy Darvill, archaeologist
have confirmed GS Fellow US Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's
Carboniferous Whitestone trench packed Double Bluestone Horseshoe
Ordovician Volcanic rock as 'a glacial erratic from South Wales
Coalfield Seven Sisters mining area', by palynology; both reaffirming
GS Fellow US Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem
Auger Core Drill at Stonehenge in the Spring of '56 (says 20th-21st
June 1656 here): HERE ARE more geological, paleontological, and
geophysical published Official Public (Deed) Records publicated papers
from their reading list, should any dental technician or professional
want to check-up the good Doctor's teeth.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke.2C_Sr.
Doctor Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr. (b. April 19, 1622; d. February 19,
1699) was a German historian, antiquarian and dentist. He was born in
Baden, trained at Schwarzwald School, Black Forest, in metal and wood
dentistry. Dr. Denke is best known for his Stonehenge Heelstone flying
eagle 1656 hollow stem auger core of Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn)
and Live oak.
After serving in the Thirty Years' War, he collected South Namur
Waulsort and South Wales Coalfield white stone (Carboniferous) and
coal stone from Stonehenge. Devoutly Catholic, Dr. Denke set out for
Jamestown in the year 1666, was German Church historian and made
Doctor by Sir William Berkeley governor dentist. He performed
Appomattox Indian dentistry.
In 1676 Virginia Civil War, Dr. Denke opossumed Bacon's Rebellion and
settled at Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall, Great Kingdom of the
Tejas, Caddo confederacy. The Doctor's elder Waulsort and Wales white
stone collection, his crude biology (paleontology) and hollow stem
auger core drill are housed at Caddo, near Breckenridge, Stephens
County, Texas.
Live oak (Quercus virginiana), Virginia algonquian (Didelphis
virginiana)
This German biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by
expanding it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Heelstone_Bibliography
Heelstone Bibliography
1) Denke, G.W. 1973. Stonehenge Phase I: An Openpit Coalfield Model;
The First Geologic Mining School. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
GDG, 73: 1-56.
2) Denke, G.W. 1975. Invertibrate Paleontology of the High Tor
Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) and the Upper Senonian Chalk (Late
Cretaceous) of Stonehenge. (Arizona State University) GDG, 75: 1-7.
3) Denke, G.W. 1977. Possible Source Areas of the High Tor Limestone
(Early Mississippian) Fill of the Aubrey Holes and Heel Stone Ditch in
Europe. (Arizona State University) GDG, 77: 1-24.
4) Beus, S.S. 1984. Fossil Associations in the High Tor Limestone
(Lower Carboniferous) of South Wales. (Northern Arizona University)
Journal of Paleontology, 58: 3; 651-667.
5) Denke, G.W. 1984. Mid-Dinantian (Waulsortian Facies) High Tor
Limestone: The First Stones Transported to Stonehenge from the South
Wales Coast. (Arizona State University) GDG, 84: 1-4.
6) Denke, G. 1984. Magnetic and Electromagnetic Surveys at Heelstone,
Stonehenge, United Kingdom. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) GDG,
84: 5-42.
7) Lees, A. and Miller, J. 1985. Facies variatian in Waulsortian
buildups, Part 2; Mid-Dinantian buildups from Europe and North
America. (Revised) Geological Journal, 20: 159-180.
8) Geologist, Denke, G. 1986. The Paleontology of Stonehenge, England.
(Arizona State University) GDG, 86: 1-3. (State of Texas) County of
Stonewall, Book 393; 848-853.
http://www.archaeology.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=402&Itemid=26
First & Third Iron Teeth
German Society (GS) Fellow of Great Kingdom of the Tejas, Caddo
confederacy (US) Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian,
antiquarian, and dentist's 1st iron tooth of three (3) broken off
teeth from his Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656
was discovered by Royal Society (RS) Fellow of Great Britain of the
United Kingdom (UK) Doctor William Gowland (1842-1922) chemist,
metallurgist, and mining engineer's Stonehenge mine Stone 56'
metallurgy in the Summer of '01 (says 20th-21st June 1901 here). The
3rd iron tooth of Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's three (3) missing
teeth from his Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656
snapped off the artefact sampling tool under Stonehenge Heel Stone
flying eagle while penetrating hard Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn)
and Live oak (Quercus virginiana) at a depth of eight feet (8 ft,
2.4m) below ground level. The good Doctor's Diary of '56 says that is
where it is.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=148728869
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699
Archaeology is a fascinating subject. Enjoy.
GDenke
http://news.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/spl/hi/uk/06/stonehenge/img/stonehenge_416.gif

Visualise the Heated Home Stone Shoring, below Ground Level (GL), like
this:


-depth
varies-


GL-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GL

2'------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2'

4'---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4'

6'------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6'

Coal Seam--------------S--T--O--N--E--H--E--N--G--
E------------------------Entrance

Coal Seam--------------S--T--O--N--E--H--E--N--G--
E---------------------------Entrance

Coal Seam--------------S--T--O--N--E--H--E--N--G--
E------------------------------Entrance

Coal Seam--------------S--T--O--N--E--H--E--N--G--
E---------------------------------Entrance

16'------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16'


The Ancient teaching: In the event Salisbury Plain Home Heating is
ever found; Stonehenge is the Shoring.


===================================================
1656

Now all that is needed are those GPS coordinates of the good Doctor's
Crosskeys cave he mapped back in the hay day of his antiquarianism,
the one with that Stone Shoring and Home Heating and my football.

1974
===================================================


Thanks! Bye!
Garry Denke
2008-05-03 12:05:37 UTC
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Stonehenge III Iron Teeth
NOW THAT Royal Society (RS) Fellow of Great Britain of the United Kingdom (UK) Doctor Geoffrey Wainwright, archaeologist and RS Fellow UK Doctor Timothy Darvill, archaeologist have verified German Society (GS) Fellow of Great Kingdom of the Tejas, Caddo confederacy (US) Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, and dentist's 2nd iron tooth of three (3) broken off teeth from his Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656 as 'a tooth made of iron', by metallurgy; and now that RS Fellow UK Doctor Geoffrey Wainwright, archaeologist and RS Fellow UK Doctor Timothy Darvill, archaeologist have confirmed GS Fellow US Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's Carboniferous Whitestone trench packed Double Bluestone Horseshoe Ordovician Volcanic rock as 'a glacial erratic from South Wales Coalfield Seven Sisters mining area', by palynology; both reaffirming GS Fellow US Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill at Stonehenge in the Spring of '56 (says 20th-21st June 1656 here): HERE ARE more geological, paleontological, and geophysical published Official Public (Deed) Records publicated papers from their reading list, should any dental technician or professional want to check-up the good Doctor's teeth.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid=148729699#Dr._Garry_Whilhelm_Denke.2C_Sr.
Doctor Garry Whilhelm Denke, Sr. (b. April 19, 1622; d. February 19, 1699) was a German historian, antiquarian and dentist. He was born in Baden, trained at Schwarzwald School, Black Forest, in metal and wood dentistry. Dr. Denke is best known for his Stonehenge Heelstone flying eagle 1656 hollow stem auger core of Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn) and Live oak.
After serving in the Thirty Years' War, he collected South Namur Waulsort and South Wales Coalfield white stone (Carboniferous) and coal stone from Stonehenge. Devoutly Catholic, Dr. Denke set out for Jamestown in the year 1666, was German Church historian and made Doctor by Sir William Berkeley governor dentist. He performed Appomattox Indian dentistry.
In 1676 Virginia Civil War, Dr. Denke opossumed Bacon's Rebellion and settled at Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall, Great Kingdom of the Tejas, Caddo confederacy. The Doctor's elder Waulsort and Wales white stone collection, his crude biology (paleontology) and hollow stem auger core drill are housed at Caddo, near Breckenridge, Stephens County, Texas.
Live oak (Quercus virginiana), Virginia algonquian (Didelphis virginiana)
This German biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=144604503#Heelstone_Bibliography
Heelstone Bibliography
1) Denke, G.W. 1973. Stonehenge Phase I: An Openpit Coalfield Model; The First Geologic Mining School. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) GDG, 73: 1-56.
2) Denke, G.W. 1975. Invertibrate Paleontology of the High Tor Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) and the Upper Senonian Chalk (Late Cretaceous) of Stonehenge. (Arizona State University) GDG, 75: 1-7.
3) Denke, G.W. 1977. Possible Source Areas of the High Tor Limestone (Early Mississippian) Fill of the Aubrey Holes and Heel Stone Ditch in Europe. (Arizona State University) GDG, 77: 1-24.
4) Beus, S.S. 1984. Fossil Associations in the High Tor Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) of South Wales. (Northern Arizona University) Journal of Paleontology, 58: 3; 651-667.
5) Denke, G.W. 1984. Mid-Dinantian (Waulsortian Facies) High Tor Limestone: The First Stones Transported to Stonehenge from the South Wales Coast. (Arizona State University) GDG, 84: 1-4.
6) Denke, G. 1984. Magnetic and Electromagnetic Surveys at Heelstone, Stonehenge, United Kingdom. (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) GDG, 84: 5-42.
7) Lees, A. and Miller, J. 1985. Facies variatian in Waulsortian buildups, Part 2; Mid-Dinantian buildups from Europe and North America. (Revised) Geological Journal, 20: 159-180.
8) Geologist, Denke, G. 1986. The Paleontology of Stonehenge, England. (Arizona State University) GDG, 86: 1-3. (State of Texas) County of Stonewall, Book 393; 848-853.
http://www.archaeology.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=402&Itemid=26
First & Third Iron Teeth
German Society (GS) Fellow of Great Kingdom of the Tejas, Caddo confederacy (US) Doctor Garry Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, and dentist's 1st iron tooth of three (3) broken off teeth from his Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656 was discovered by Royal Society (RS) Fellow of Great Britain of the United Kingdom (UK) Doctor William Gowland (1842-1922) chemist, metallurgist, and mining engineer's Stonehenge mine Stone 56' metallurgy in the Summer of '01 (says 20th-21st June 1901 here). The 3rd iron tooth of Doctor Garry Denke, dentist's three (3) missing teeth from his Ten Iron Horned Hollow Stem Auger Core Drill of 1656 snapped off the artefact sampling tool under Stonehenge Heel Stone flying eagle while penetrating hard Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn) and Live oak (Quercus virginiana) at a depth of eight feet (8 ft, 2.4m) below ground level. The good Doctor's Diary of '56 says that is where it is.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Garry_Denke&oldid=148728869
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Avebury Oval is the larger scale Geologic Structure Map of the Oval South Wales Coalfield that had Double Basin Sinkhole contours shown by Two Stone Circles within the Coal Exploration Ditch before being destroyed. The larger scale Avebury Oval mapping of Oval South Wales Coalfield is a reflection of Stonehenge Geologic Structure Maps modeled by each Oval Double Bluestone Horseshoe pair detailed with Gritstone (Millstone Grit) and Whitestone (Carboniferous Limestone) from the South Wales Coast.
The Avebury Oval Coal Prospect is one of the largest Neolithic Geologic Structure Maps in Europe dating to around 5,000 years ago and older than the Oval Double Bluestone Horseshoe megalithic Stage of Stonehenge Circle located 32 km (20 mi) to the south. Within the Coal Exploration Ditch is the great Gritstone (Millstone Grit) Outer Oval packing constituting prehistory's largest Geologic Structural Replica by a Stone Oval, measurement of that Oval longest-axis (N to S) being approximately 336 m (1,100 ft).
Geologic Structure Mapping by Stone contours at the Avebury Oval Coal Prospect began about four centuries (2600 BC) after its Coal Exploration Ditch yielded no Home Heating fuel. Originally 98 Tertiary Sarsens in the great Gritstone (Millstone Grit) Outer Oval packing stood as standing stones. The Northern inner Double Basin Sinkhole contours measured 98 m (322 ft) in diameter and the Southern inner Double Basin Sinkhole contours measured 108 m (354 ft) in diameter before their destruction.
Avebury Oval Coal Exploration Ditch was 21 m (69 ft) wide and 11 m (36 ft) deep, about Double the Width and Depth of Stonehenge Coal Exploration Circle Ditch.
Explored 90 Degrees;
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South Wales Coalfield - http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/webdav/site/GSL/shared/images/education_and_careers/Gower_Field_Guide/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG
Well those oval double basin sinkhole contours shown by Avebury two
stone circles are way too close. They should be MUCH further apart
like that South Wales coalfield map, not right next to each other. For
goodness sake, they are almost touching!
And where is the Variscan age forethrusting modeled at Avebury oval
coal prospect? Okay, so the Variscan age thrusting is confined to the
Lower and Middle Coal Measures, but the backthrust system DOES
penetrate Upper Coal Measures in places!
And where exactly is the Caledonian massif that buttresses against
this foreland basin? And lastly the outer sarsen stone oval contour
and double basin sinkhole contours show a simple broad synclinal
basin, of a MUCH more complex structural system!
Archaeology is a fascinating subject. Enjoy.
Well all of that stuff is too confusing for this old miner's eyes. Why
not just run with oval Avebury the oval rugby ball, and kick around
round Stonehenge the round football. In the states they can run with
oval Avebury the oval football, and kick around round Stonehenge the
round soccer ball. These are a lot easier to understand than all of
that stuff. If the round and oval footballs are too confusing, then
just toss in a volleyball for good measures.

Wilson

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