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GDenke
2008-04-29 06:47:14 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.

Dr. Garry W. 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

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.

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GDenke
2008-04-29 16:19:23 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
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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.


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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
======================================================


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:
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Homo erectus and Coal

Done With Britain:
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Salisbury Plain dusters


Thanks! Bye!
GDenke
2008-04-30 21:22:16 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=1446...http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid....
Dr. Garry W. 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=1446...
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&i...
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=1487...http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Garry_Denke&oldid...
Archaeology is a fascinating subject. Enjoy.
The Book says Moses and Aaron moved by The Ezekiels!

Around 50 BC the Sicilian historian Diodorus described the Stone Hedge
temple — Hecateus [c 350 BC] and certain others say that in the region
beyond the land of the Celts [Gaul] there lies in the ocean an island
no smaller than Sicily. This island… is inhabited by the Hyperboreans…
there is also on the island a magnificent sacred precinct of Apollo
and a notable temple adorned with many votive offerings and spherical
in shape — Ezekiel wheels Hyperborea (whirlwind North) temple:

Spirit 1 — gold Mercy Seat below Hele Stone
Spirit 2 — gold Ark of Testimony below Hele Stone
Spirit 3 — gold Table of Manna below Hele Stone
Spirit 4 — gold Candlestick below Hele Stone
Spirit 5 — gold Girdle below Hele Stone
Spirit 6 — gold Breastplate below Hele Stone
Spirit 7 — gold Altar of Incense below Hele Stone

The brasen Altar of Burnt Offering infolding Seven Spirits
Jeremiah the Prophet is Ezekiel the Priest
Father Hilkiah and Mother Buzi

http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba74/feat4.shtml

It is a good prospect verified by core samples, direct tangible
evidence.
Tesco MegaShed lorry swerving off A344 knocking over the Hele Stone?
Hey now there IS an idea on how to initiate this next Stone Hedge dig.

The First Stone will work!

Garry Denke

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