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Stonehenge SUMMER SOLSTICE 2004

Postby Garry Denke » 2004 05 05 1959

Stonehenge SUMMER SOLSTICE 2004

Following are some names of the many Stonehenge investigators who failed to published the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal at the Stonehenge monument. The geologic outcrop at Stonehenge is Cretaceous White Chalk, just in case you forgot. Reason for their failure? None of these Stonehenge investigators knew about them. So the point is, why not go see for yourself what they missed, at the Stonehenge SUMMER SOLSTICE 2004 (now that you know their exact locations, and rough amounts)

http://www.bentley-kemp.com/Weston/ston ... ep_jpg.jpg

Aiding in the celebration, so that all may see such missed Stonehenge rocks at night, is English Heritage, who has generously granted the Public free parking and free admission beginning 2200 hours (10:00 p.m.) Sunday 20th June on Father's Day night. So go if you can, it is definitely an extended weekend event. Join the midnight party round the 32.5 tons of Black Coal circling big roundtop mound along A-344 [100 metres (109 yards, 328 feet) E-SE of 04:58 Sunrise Heelstone]. The Black Coal in that Pale Grit covered trench is right under your two (2') feet.

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/defa ... log%3Dtrue

REPORT ON THE EXCAVATIONS AT STONEHENGE DURING THE SEASON OF 1923
William Hawley
(1851-1941)
Antiquaries Journal. J., 5
1925
21-50
(No Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit or Carboniferous Black Coal published therein)

STONEHENGE
R.J.C. Atkinson
(1920-1994)
PENGUIN BOOKS
in association with Hamish Hamilton
1956
ISBN 0140136460
(No Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit or Carboniferous Black Coal published therein)

STONEHENGE in its landscape - twentieth-century excavations
Rosamund M J Cleal, K E Walker, and R Montague
with major contributions by
Michael J Allen, Alex Bayliss, C Bronk Ramsey, Linda Coleman,
Julie Gardiner, P A Harding, Rupert Housley, Andrew J Lawson,
Gerry McCormac, Jacqueline I McKinley, Andrew Payne,
Robert G Scaife, Dale Serjeantson, and Geoff Wainwright
ENGLISH HERITAGE
1995
ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 10
ISBN 1850746052
(No Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit or Carboniferous Black Coal published therein)

PROCEEDINGS OF THE BRITISH ACADEMY . 92
Science and Stonehenge

Edited by
BARRY CUNLIFFE & COLIN RENFREW
Published for THE BRITISH ACADEMY
by OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
1997
ISBN 0197261744
(No Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit or Carboniferous Black Coal published therein)

HENGEWORLD
Mike Pitts
C
CENTURY . LONDON
2000
ISBN 0712679545
(No Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit or Carboniferous Black Coal published therein)

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/default.asp
http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/

Here's three photos showing the Carboniferous White Limestone, Old Red Sandstone (Altar Stone), Carboniferous Black Coal and Carboniferous Pale Grit source area for these Stonehenge rocks.

http://www.soton.ac.uk/~imw/jpg/South-W ... p-1300.jpg
http://www.geolsoc.org.uk/photos/GowerSWcoalfield.JPG
http://www.xkeys.freeserve.co.uk/geology/coalfield.gif

Here's an arial photo showing the ~100 tons of 1/4 Carboniferous White Limestone Counterscarp (foreground left). The other ~300 tons of 'missing' Carboniferous White Limestone Counterscarp was moved, piled, and is Stonehenge Mound (background left). Rammed in the ditch circling Carboniferous White Limestone Stonehenge Mound is the ~65 tons of Carboniferous Black Coal and Carboniferous Pale Grit from the South Wales Coalfield area. Old Red Sandstone (Altar Stone) is in the ~middle of Stonehenge.

http://www.orionbeadling.net/CSCARPelev.jpg

Here's a photo of the Carboniferous White Limestone Mound from the opposite direction, and a photo of the now-famous Lion head, Calf head, Man face (clockwise), and Eagle wings (centering) Heelstone Sculpture from the archway (its intended view). Rammed in the ditch circling the Tertiary Sandstone Heelstone is ~19 tons of Carboniferous White Limestone from the South Wales Coalfield area. Atkinson was right about this immediate backfilled ditch, unfortunately he failed to inspect the elder limestone fossils.

http://homepages.enterprise.net/sisman/ ... toneH1.jpg
http://www.freewebs.com/garrydenke

Here's a photo of Carboniferous Black (bituminous) Coal and a photo of Cretaceous White Chalk. The geologic outcrop at Stonehenge is Cretaceous White Chalk. If you can see the color difference between the rock in the first photo and the rock in the second photo, congratulations are in order. You are smarter than the Stonehenge 'experts' (see above).

http://www.geol.umd.edu/~cbentley/virtu ... s/coal.JPG
http://www.geol.umd.edu/~cbentley/virtu ... /chalk.JPG

Totaling ~465 tons of rocks, these ~400 tons of Carboniferous White Limestone, ~32.5 tons of Carboniferous Black Coal and ~32.5 tons of Carboniferous Pale Grit hauled to Stonehenge, from South Wales Coalfield, in the Stone Age, are the equivalent of ~46.5 ten ton diesel truck loads full of rocks, the equivalent of ~465 one ton pickup trucks full of rocks, the equivalent of ~18,600 fifty pound animal skins full of rocks, or the equivalent of ~37,200 twenty-five pound clay pots full of rocks.

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Postby Nixus » 2005 03 18 0915

Why is the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal important?

Garry Denke

Postby Garry Denke » 2005 03 18 1306

Nixus wrote:Why is the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal important?

Why is the presence of a headstone, and even headstones, important?
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Postby Nixus » 2005 03 20 1809

Garry Denke wrote:
Nixus wrote:Why is the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal important?

Why is the presence of a headstone, and even headstones, important?
http://www.overbrookbc.org/scuba%202003 ... one-op.jpg

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I don't mean to be rude or dense, but I still dont get it. Are you saying that the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal at Stonehenge is some sort of headstone? Are you saying that stonehedge is a burial ground? Like I said, please forgive my ignorance.

Garry Denke

Postby Garry Denke » 2005 03 21 0425

Nixus wrote:I don't mean to be rude or dense, but I still don't get it. Are you saying that the presence of Carboniferous White Limestone, Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal at Stonehenge is some sort of headstone? Are you saying that stonehedge is a burial ground? Like I said, please forgive my ignorance.

Partially yes, Nixus, partially yes.

http://arjaybb.com/viewtopic.php?p=943&highlight=#943

The Seven (7) Spirits of "God"
("Government of democracy")


1) Gold ark (2.5c-1.5c-1.5c)
2) Gold table (2c-1c-1.5c)
3) Gold altar (1c-1c-2c)
4) Gold candlestick
5) Gold breastplate
6) Gold ephod
7) Gold censer

even the eighth, the brass laver, et al all, are inside the brass altar (5c-5c-3c) located beneath Hawley's Helestone lion head, calf head, man face, and flying eagle at Stonehenge. The Texas Lawman membered effort misleading Al Qaeda to Stonehenge Mound ("Stonehenge Barrow") 137 metres [150 yards, 450 feet] East-Southeast of Hawley's Helestone 100 metres [109 yards, 328 feet] East-Southeast of Hawley's Helestone was successful. Equally successful were the Carboniferous Pale Grit and Carboniferous Black Coal surrounding Stonehenge Mound ("Stonehenge Barrow"). However the specific time has come for Queen Lis to orderly excavate (Excavation Day) and exhume (Exhumation Hour) the seven (7) Spirits of "God" ("Government of democracy"), her prayer answered legacy.

http://www.usdoj.gov/ag/trainingmanual.htm

The above publication is out of print but available through interlibrary loan. If one is so inclined comparison of the C6 cross-section cited in the above English Heritage 1995 publication, to the Hawley and Newall original 1923 map published in 1925, is available at most universities (at Southern Methodist University of Dallas for certain) in The Antiquaries Journal, 1925, published by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, in Volume 5, at Page 21 preceeding, Plate IX. Nice photograph (black and white) in The Antiquaries Journal, 1925, in Volume 5, at Page 25 preceeding, Plate X, same in the above English Heritage 1995 publication, et al, including Stonehenge Complete by Christopher Chippindale, all 3 editions. But save and except for the C6 cross-section showing the detailed sample descriptions of the subject scrolling trench, none of the maps or photgraphs show it: because; Hawley and Newall did not excavate it completely so as not to disturb the Stonehole B (WA3606) area any further northeast of the scrolling trench origination (WA3607) area. Why? The subject scrolling trench was so large and deepening so rapidly to the northeast-east toward the west side of Heelstone, that if they had excavated it completely to the northeast-east, none of the features in its path would have been left to photograph, and present (sound familiar?), at the annual Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge reading, which occurred on 19th June 1924 covering the season of 1923. Basically, they were told to stop short and illustrate their to date findings, save and except for the large scrolling trench. Unfortunately, the Office of Works blocked any more excavation of the northeast-east scrolling trench, from Stonehole B (WA3606) to the Heelstone, and history has left us with the Hawley and Newall correctly drafted maps, incorporating dashed lines for undefinite features, and solid lines for definite features (see The Antiquaries Journal, 1925, published by Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, in Volume 5, at Page 21 preceeding, Plate IX.), and, of course, all of the misleading maps which followed in the solid lined Stonehenge publications. Thus, the historical question as to why the subject trench was neither fully excavated nor mapped any further than the northeast line of WA3607 is answered, the artistic question is is anyone here interested in expressing it artistically using our seismic refraction contour map as a basis, and the scientific question is when is the next seismic refraction survey going to be conducted over it because the first one is thirty (30) days short of being twenty (20) years old, and outdated. I think we should complete the excavation of 6th century BC Heelstone scroll trench began by William Hawley and Robert Newall through artistic expression of it, based upon all the above facts of the matter, and any more facts that may be acquired.

ATT, 1st April 1985


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