Stonehenge Phase I: An Openpit Coalfield Model; The First Geologic Mining School

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  1. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Garry,

    This isn't a free advertising space for your publications. sciforums is a discussion forum.
     
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  3. JohnGalt Registered Senior Member

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    I See all the numbers concerning stone henge, but I have a question as to when the numbers are set. I mean, there is all this stuff how during the summer equinox this light passes onto this block which points that way and so on and so forth(I realize that is all just made up, but I believe you know what I'm talking about). Now, was it built a long enough time ago that the solstices/equinoxes would have been different(due to the wobble of the axis), and therefore not having the same reactions and slants of light as they do now? If so, are all the measurements about this happening based upon now or when it was built? Because, if it is based on now, it could be entirely different then. The same concept applies to the Mayan pyramid of the sun(I believe) in which the serpent(quetzalquatl) climbs down the steps/up the steps on the equinoxes. Or, were both of these edifices built recently enough that the changing of the equinoxes would have nothing to do with it?

    The statement I am about to make is ridiculous, so ignore it and don't bother posting it or calling me an idiot. I believe they built stone henge to confuse us. That's why I would build it. So I could go "People one thousand years from now are going to be sooooooooooooo confused by this! It'll be fun to do it just for this reason, because really, they're wasting their time searching for nothing!" Idiotic, I know. I just think that if that were the case it would be hilarious.
     
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  5. Garry Denke Banned Banned

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    James R,

    My publications are always free, I even pay the shipping costs.
    That's why they call me A Texas Tycoon, EIN'sTIN 75-2554014

    SAP's First Printing 1985 (144 prints)
    SAP's Second Printing 1987 (144 prints)
    SAP's Third Printing 1989 (144 prints)
    SAP's Fourth Printing 1991 (144 prints)
    SAP's Fifth Printing 1993 (144 prints)
    SAP's Sixth Printing 1995 (144 prints)
    SAP's Seventh Printing 1997 (144 prints)
    SAP's Eighth Printing 1999 (144 prints)
    SAP's Ninth Printing 2001 (144 prints)
    SAP's Tenth Printing 2003 (144 prints)
    SAP's Eleventh Printing 2005 (144 prints)

    11th Printing's OUT OF PRINT (Air Mailed and Media Mailed)
     
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    Here is the red tape that is currently holding up the recharging of Earth's magnetic field as it continues its decrease toward Tesla zero. On 26th July 2005 the Planning and Regulatory Panel of Salisbury District Council refused English Heritage's application for excavation and removal of A-344 road beside Heelstone:

    http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/server/show/ConWebDoc.5437

    English Heritage's application, approved by the Northern Area Committee of Salisbury District Council at its meeting of 19th July 2005, was refused by the Planning and Regulatory Panel of Salisbury District Council on 26th July 2005, because it did not provide for excavating and removing the Heelstone artifacts:

    http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke

    1) brass altar (5c-5c-3c)
    2) gold ark (2.5c-1.5c-1.5c)
    3) gold table (2c-1c-1.5c)
    4) gold altar (1c-1c-2c)
    5) gold candlestick
    6) gold breastplate
    7) gold ephod
    8) gold censer
    9) brass laver

    http://www.garrydenke.com/seismic.htm

    1) A-A' (1979) C91 quadrant bearing; N 73 E
    2) B-B' (1953) C36 quadrant bearing; S 67 E
    3) C-C' (1923) C6 quadrant bearing; S 57 E
    4) D-D' (1923) C6 quadrant bearing; South
    5) E-E' (1923) C6 quadrant bearing; S 50 E
    6) F-F' (1923) C6 quadrant bearings; S 2 W - S 22 E
    7) G-G' (1923) C6 quadrant bearing; S 50 E
    8) H-H' (1956) C51 quadrant bearing; S 63 E
    9) I-I' (1979) C91 quadrant bearings; S 71 E - S 34 E - S 71 E / S 71 E

    http://www.salisbury.gov.uk/council/contact

    English Heritage was very surprised, and disappointed, by Salisbury District Council's decision, but they now know the grounds for refusal are ones which can easily be resolved when English Heritage submits the amended scheme providing for the excavation and removal of the Heelstone artifacts and A-344 road.

    http://www.gnn.gov.uk/content/detail.asp?NewsAreaID=2&ReleaseID=175616

    The review will be taken forward by a steering group consisting of representatives from: the Department for Transport; the Department for Culture, Media and Sport; the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; the Highways Agency; the Government Office for the South West; and statutory advisers.
     
  8. SkinWalker Archaeology / Anthropology Moderator

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    Are you related to Dwayne Rabon?
     
  9. Garry Denke Banned Banned

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    The Seven (7) Lion Seals

    The British Museum Sealed Lion

    The seven (7) sealed Lion punch marked electrum stater coins inside 6th century BC Heelstone scroll trench date its creation. Ezekiel, the Son of man, acquired the seven Lion sealed coins from what is now Western Turkey during his trip North, before crossing Dover's sea of glass ice, to Stonehenge. The first (1st) sealed Lion coin of Ezekiel's seven scroll trench seals was found by the late Robert Newall, on 19th May 1923, at the intersection of scroll trench and the elder circular Heelstone ditch (where it once was). Located two feet (2ft) East of the late Lieutenant-Colonel William Hawley's 19th May 1923 unexcavated C6 right-angled triangle hypotenuse center, at a depth of four and an half feet (4.5ft) below ground level (GL) surface, the Lion sealed coin confirmed the earliest possible date of the Son of man's scroll trenching to Altar (Heel) Stonehole WA163. Historically then, the Ezekiel sealed Lion sealed scroll trench's date could not be earlier than the 7th to 6th century BC, as determined by the Lion's electrum stater coinage mint date range. The remaining Son of man's six (6) Lion coins are sealed in the bottom of Eastward deepening scroll trench, to the right hand of Heelstone beast (Map 1 and Photo 1 left), at intervals measured from Newall's first (1st) Lion seal find, at just under one Lion per cubit in the horizontal plane; but being more particularly described as follows:

    BEGINNING at Ezekiel's (Son of man's) first (1st) Lion sealed coin found by Robert Newall on 19th May 1923, at the intersection of Heelstone scroll trench and the elder circular Heelstone ditch (where it once was), said Son of man's first (1st) Lion sealed coin found by Robert Newall being two feet (2ft) East of Lieutenant-Colonel William Hawley's 19th May 1923 unexcavated C6 right-angled triangle hypotenuse center, at a depth of four and a half feet (4.5ft) below ground level (GL) surface;
    THENCE East one and an half feet (1.5ft) down scroll trench to EM detected second (2nd) Lion sealed coin;
    THENCE East one and an half feet (1.5ft) down scroll trench to EM detected third (3rd) Lion sealed coin;
    THENCE East two feet (2ft) down scroll trench to EM detected fourth (4th) Lion sealed coin;
    THENCE East two feet (2ft) down scroll trench to EM detected fifth (5th) Lion sealed coin;
    THENCE East two and an half feet (2.5ft) down scroll trench to EM detected sixth (6th) Lion sealed coin;
    THENCE East two and an half feet (2.5ft) down scroll trench to EM detected seventh (7th) Lion sealed coin;
    Stonehenge,
    County of Wiltshire,
    State of Great Britain,
    United Kingdom.

    There is no argument about the timeline of 6th century BC Heelstone scroll trench with a sealed Lion and dated wood on file. In 1953 the late Professor Richard J.C. Atkinson excavated calcareous wood from the 'foot of the stone' (Heelstone) at the bottom of C36 (see Map 1 and Cross Section B-B'). Carbon-14 dating of Atkinson's wood, measuring 80mm x 51mm x 19mm [English Heritage (Cleal, et al), 1995, page 463], determined Heelstone's eastern base set in the 7th-6th century BC. This coincides with the Lion seal 7th-6th century BC coin recovered by Newall from Heelstone's right hand (Map 1 and Photo 1 left) scroll trench (see Cross Section F-F'). 7th-6th century BC is Heelstone's last setting, the date when it was moved from Stonehole WA3787, and rotated 90 degrees clockwise (the 'fish' side faced the archway). The Altar Stone 80, which was in Stonehole WA163, was moved to the center (broken when it was moved). Pieces from the Altar Stone 'stump' (recorded in Daniel's diary), micaceously left there in Stonehole WA163, were also recorded in Atkinson's 1953 diary (see Map 1 and Cross Section B-B'). Historical accounts narrow the date down even further, specifically within the ten (10) year period 596-586 BC, being the reason for its name: 6th Century BC Heelstone Scroll Trench.

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  10. protostar Registered Senior Member

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    Am I the only one that thinks that stonehenge is a clock?
    For gods sakes, it was erected around the time that people became farmers and grew food, and kind of used it like our almanac today, just a primitive
    one.
     
  11. Garry Denke Banned Banned

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    Back to 1620 for Inigo "Indiana" Jones?

    Now that Royal Society (RS) 'holy people' (Dan:12) scatter, the Fellows opposing the Cross Government Steering Group excavation of A-344 road and Heel Stone (Heelstone) beside it, curse Garry Denke (Mal:4)

    Forty-two (42) Fellows
    http://www.frsopenletter.org
    12 December 2005 backdated Lord letter
    http://www.royalsoc.ac.uk/downloaddoc.asp?id=2510

    Is publication of human life studies worth more than the gold below Heelstone, or is the gold below Heelstone worth more than publication of human life studies?

    Royal Society Doctors say publication of human life studies is worth more, Royal Society Lawyers say the gold below Heelstone is worth more. Open Archivangelism:

    Open Access Archivangelism
    http://openaccess.eprints.org
    Keep science off web, says Royal Society
    http://education.guardian.co.uk/elearning/story/0,10577,1650511,00.html
    Royal Society attacked for 'negative' open access stance
    http://education.guardian.co.uk/higher/research/story/0,9865,1661107,00.html

    Publication of all RS studies will release the RS gold below Heelstone 2004 study. Do you think RS will backdate their unpublished RS acquisition of hollow stem auger core samples from below Heelstone to before 2004?

    Back to 1620 for Inigo "Indiana" Jones?

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  12. PsychoticEpisode It is very dry in here today Valued Senior Member

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    Time for sympathy.

    Gary, I've seen your papers elsewhere and I know you believe the Ark of the Covenant lies buried beneath the rubble of Stonhenge. I don't know why but everytime I see your Stonehenge dissertations I think of 2 movies, A Beautiful Mind and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

    I know the disdain you have for the British government for not approving your excavation applications and I was wondering how you felt when plans for tunneling under Stonehenge for a highway were proposed. I mean, that would be the opportunity of a lifetime, would it not?
     
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    A Disgrace to British Ancestors


    The Wise Think of National Treasure


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Garry_Denke
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Garry_Denke


    Their Five (5) Plans for Digging It Up

    1. A bored 4.5km tunnel under the entire site (Heelstone)
    2. Cut and cover tunnel through the entire site (Heelstone)
    3. New road further to the north of the monument (Heelstone)
    4. New road further to the south of the monument (Heelstone)
    5. A partial solution retains A303 but removes A344 (Heelstone)

    Their Two (2) Plans Stopped by Birds

    For a People having a Great History of Digging,
    They sure do Disgrace their Ancestors by Not.

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  14. Garry Denke Banned Banned

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    Yesterday the kids noticed Skinwalker's thread Figures were hacked:

    1. Figure 183 part a
    2. Figure 183 part b
    3. Site plan of the Causeway section of Stonehenge
    4. Figure 184 photograph
    5. Figure 156
    6. Figure 159

    Shame on the hacker, Skinwalker worked really hard on scanning this:

    1. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_183_321.jpg
    2. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_183_322.jpg
    3. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_1995map.jpg
    4. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_1923photo.jpg
    5. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_1994map.jpg
    6. http://www.geocities.com/garrydenke/XsectionC6_1923etal.jpg

    Thank God that I saved them for Skinwalker, or the hacker, to restore.

    Happy New Year Everybody!
    (save the hacker of course)

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    Are the Skinwalker thread Figures restored Yet?

    FidoNet was awesome in 1985. Glorious days. Loved the mail tossers, front ends and Blue Wave. Ran a BBS from 1985 to 1995. FidoNet Archive GDG to 1995, rest in Deed Records and Official Public Records.

    FidoNet is down to 10,000 systems world-wide. For those who never heard of FidoNet, you cannot Telnet or FTP to a FidoNet site, only E-Mail and Usenet News. Thanks Tom Jennings, Archive GDG, and Fido.

    http://www.iup.edu/geoscience
    http://geology.asu.edu

    Well kids your African-American friends' idea
    for flushing out the hacker liar racist worked.

    http://www.sciforums.com/showthread.php?p=963303#post963303

    Now the Skincolor Skinwalker hacker liar racist is
    claiming Hawley's name isn't on any of the maps.

    http://www.sciforums.com/showthread.php?p=955772#post955772

    Sorry the flushing out took so long kids,
    but the 21st to the 29th is only 8 days.

    Love, Dad
     
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    No Skincolor, and we are not related to you either, Thank God.
     
  17. SkinWalker Archaeology / Anthropology Moderator

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    Sorry, Garry, but both are considered Parody. Both are quite within the guidelines of the law and "Fair Use."

    But I tell you what: If you appropriately source Hawley on this document, I'll take my parodies down. Not citing him on that document and then calling it your own is Plagiarism.

    Good day, Garry.
     
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    Tell it to the Judge, federal law states that when you annoy someone on the Internet, you must disclose your identity - "Whoever...utilizes any device or software that can be used to originate telecommunications or other types of communications that are transmitted, in whole or in part, by the Internet...without disclosing his identity and with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten, or harass any person...who receives the communications...shall be fined under title 18 or imprisoned not more than two years, or both." The real names Denke (1656), Hawley (1923), Newall (1923), Atkinson (1953, 1956), Piggott (1956), Stone (1956), Pitts (1979), etc are published therein, and they and/or their families (where applicable) were mailed hardcopies of the same (with not one complaint), so stop annoying me with your fake name posts transmitted to GarryDenke@garrydenke.com


    Yes it is a very good day now that you have removed your racist content,
    I would say we forgive you but the kids and their friends said, "No way."
     
  19. SkinWalker Archaeology / Anthropology Moderator

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    I think you have the wrong guy. But I have evidence that your document, which you claim to have "copyright 1985," was compiled in 2005. Moreover, the images belong to a publisher in Great Britain, and they get no credit.

    I've sent you no communication. My parodies are placed on public forum for all to see. If you click the link were the exist, you do so of your own free will. Furthermore, sciforums belongs to Dave Watanabe as does the space it resides. Anything you say here is fair game. Anything you link here is fair game for parody.

    In fact, I can even say "fuck you, Garry Denke," but I won't because that's not my style.

    I'm quite entertained, however. I think someone should start a thread about Garry Denke and his Internet Obsession. Hell, it might make a good psychological study. Light, you up for it?

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    Edit: By the way, I might civilized enough to respond if you were to ask me to stop my parodies. Indeed, let me be the first to ask: would you please give credit where credit is due on the Site Plan Document? Someone else worked very hard to create it, even if it was over 80 years ago and even if they are now deceased. Hawley deserves the credit. People who click your link don't deserve to be deceived, however unintentionally.
     
  20. Garry Denke Banned Banned

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    The children were right in not forgiving you.
     
  21. SkinWalker Archaeology / Anthropology Moderator

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    LOL. Typical pseudoscience type. Sees only what he thinks is important -ignores the rest.
     
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