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Guardian editorial on the latest work at Stonehenge
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GDenke
2008-09-27 21:06:30 UTC
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Stonehenge as A&E unit is a revelation that druid mumbo jumbo can't
match
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/sep/26/archaeology.heritage

That's great. Druid's gone. Druid didn't like the answer.

sci.agriculture, alt.archaeology, soc.history.ancient,
alt.archeology,
sci.archaeology

- CURSUS SNOW FENCE ENCLOSURES
- http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/server/show/conWebDoc.3268

- How many miles of Cursus Snow Fences are in the United Kingdom?
- Young grand kids Need to Know for their Science Projects.
- The Stone Age, The Bronze Age, The Iron Age.

- For further information contact David McOmish on 01223 556 218
- or e-mail ***@english-heritage.org.uk (working)

- Please help! Thank you!

- The Cursus - A Snow Fence?
- http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/stonehengeinteractivemap/sites/cursus/01.html
- The Cursus - A Sporting Arena?
- http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/stonehengeinteractivemap/sites/cursus/02.html
- The Cursus - A Path for the Dead?
- http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/stonehengeinteractivemap/sites/cursus/03.html

Well it took awhile in totaling The Stone Age (Mesolithic Period)
farming and ranching Cursus Snow Fence Enclosures (over 300) and their
Mesolithic Period surveying poles (over 1,800) augered then dated by
radiometrics (including Stonehenge cursuses) being 10,000 years old
(8000 BC), located in Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and England.

There were no Cursus Snow Fence Enclosures built during the
Paleolithic Period, none during the Neolithic Period, and none during
the Bronze Age / Iron Age in the British Isles (Ireland, Wales,
Scotland, England). All Cursus were built during the Middle Stone Age
(Mesolithic Period) before the climate 9,000 years ago (7000 BC)
changed.

Over 100 miles (160 kilometres) of Cursus,
several topped with more recent woods.

Cursus Satellite Maps
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=United+Kingdom

" Augering these Depressions took Time... "
- Dr. Garry Denke 1655 Diary
Garry Denke
2008-10-06 18:39:35 UTC
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Stonehenge Not A Cemetery:

Durrington the first wave of Mesolithic coal exploration 10,000 years
ago Salisbury Plain ancients hunted for outcrop coal digging straight
trenches, like under Stonehenge Greater Cursus' periglacial
cryoturbated chalk tundra. 8000 BC coal explorers created Durrington
coal cache with Pembrokeshire Coalfield (Amroth quarry, Pembrokeshire
County) anthracite (blue coal) inside Stonehenge Greater Cursus'
western-half, and Durrington coal cache with South Wales Coalfield
(Crosskeys quarry, Bridgend County) bituminous (black coal) inside its
eastern-half. Durrington the arctic Mesolithic ancients survived with
Cursus' coal caches.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/archaeology/excavations_techniques/oldest_house_01.shtml

The Royal Society of Medicine has already proven Geoff Wainwright,
Timothy Darvill and Timewatch: Stonehenge team's healing theory true
inside 9,000-year-old Stonehenge Hospital healing centre with ancient
Stillborn Baby Skull Teeth (primary Baby Teeth and permanent Baby
Teeth intact) centralised at the Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room birth
canal described in the JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE,
Volume 96, February 2003, "Stonehenge: a view from medicine" by
eminent Dr Anthony M Perks, PhD, DSc, and Darlene Marie Bailey, BA, JR
Soc Med 2003; 96: 94–98, the publication over 5 years old.

http://www.rsm.ac.uk/media/downloads/stonehenge.pdf

Stonehenge Hospital healing centre Stillborn Baby Teeth Skull (having
the primary and permanent Baby Teeth) excavated by Dr Garry W Denke
(1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, dentist (1656 Diary) at Stonehenge
precise centre (June, 1655) has a radiometric date of 9,000 years ago
(7000 BC) matching the Geoff Wainwright, Timothy Darvill and
Timewatch: Stonehenge team's confirmation date of Dr Garry W Denke's
original Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room coal-fired Ice Age heating
furnace: housed in Caddo by Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall,
'Great Kingdom of the Tejas', Palo Pinto County; near Breckenridge.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2006/dec/01/arts.heritage

Interesting enough Timewatch, Geoff Wainwright and Timothy Darvill's
theory of the Stonehenge Hospital mortuary has been verified,
categorically proving it being a morgue (Stonehenge not a cemetery),
because currently there are no known human remains at Stonehenge
Hospital mortuary. Julian Richards and Michael Pitts removed the last
of Stonehenge Hospital remains on 1st September 2008 at the morgue.
All known human remains that ever were stored there have been removed,
therefore any theory claiming that Stonehenge Hospital mortuary was a
cemetery is categorically false. Stonehenge Not A Cemetery:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cemetery

G-d
Garry Denke
2008-10-12 16:14:54 UTC
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Post by Garry Denke
Durrington the first wave of Mesolithic coal exploration 10,000 years
ago Salisbury Plain ancients hunted for outcrop coal digging straight
trenches, like under Stonehenge Greater Cursus' periglacial
cryoturbated chalk tundra. 8000 BC coal explorers created Durrington
coal cache with Pembrokeshire Coalfield (Amroth quarry, Pembrokeshire
County) anthracite (blue coal) inside Stonehenge Greater Cursus'
western-half, and Durrington coal cache with South Wales Coalfield
(Crosskeys quarry, Bridgend County) bituminous (black coal) inside its
eastern-half. Durrington the arctic Mesolithic ancients survived with
Cursus' coal caches.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/archaeology/excavations_techniques/oldes...
The Royal Society of Medicine has already proven Geoff Wainwright,
Timothy Darvill and Timewatch: Stonehenge team's healing theory true
inside 9,000-year-old Stonehenge Hospital healing centre with ancient
Stillborn Baby Skull Teeth (primary Baby Teeth and permanent Baby
Teeth intact) centralised at the Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room birth
canal described in the JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE,
Volume 96, February 2003, "Stonehenge: a view from medicine" by
eminent Dr Anthony M Perks, PhD, DSc, and Darlene Marie Bailey, BA, JR
Soc Med 2003; 96: 94–98, the publication over 5 years old.
http://www.rsm.ac.uk/media/downloads/stonehenge.pdf
Stonehenge Hospital healing centre Stillborn Baby Teeth Skull (having
the primary and permanent Baby Teeth) excavated by Dr Garry W Denke
(1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, dentist (1656 Diary) at Stonehenge
precise centre (June, 1655) has a radiometric date of 9,000 years ago
(7000 BC) matching the Geoff Wainwright, Timothy Darvill and
Timewatch: Stonehenge team's confirmation date of Dr Garry W Denke's
original Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room coal-fired Ice Age heating
furnace: housed in Caddo by Hell's Gate, Brazos River South Wall,
'Great Kingdom of the Tejas', Palo Pinto County; near Breckenridge.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2006/dec/01/arts.heritage
Interesting enough Timewatch, Geoff Wainwright and Timothy Darvill's
theory of the Stonehenge Hospital mortuary has been verified,
categorically proving it being a morgue (Stonehenge not a cemetery),
because currently there are no known human remains at Stonehenge
Hospital mortuary. Julian Richards and Michael Pitts removed the last
of Stonehenge Hospital remains on 1st September 2008 at the morgue.
All known human remains that ever were stored there have been removed,
therefore any theory claiming that Stonehenge Hospital mortuary was a
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgue
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cemetery
Roman Coins

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/stonehenge/article4.shtml
http://www.amazon.com/Emperors-Rome-Imperial-Julius-Emperor/dp/1906719012/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1223767034&sr=1-1

BBC Finds Coordinator: Yvette Staelens; "Some of the artefacts will
decay significantly unless we introduce them to the correct storage
environment. For example items made from metal." Metal items include a
Roman coin made from a bronze alloy that is particularly susceptible
to decay.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar%27s_invasions_of_Britain
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_conquest_of_Britain

When the Romans invaded Druids kept 'The stone which the builders
refused' Vault safe. Romans excavated Stonehenge center. Druids wise.
Heelstone downplayed. Vatican letters (Roman) say J.C. claimed Mishkan
beneath Stonehenge, counting Roman coins Sarsen numbers 51-60
excavated.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Caesar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabernacle

Garry Denke

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