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    Default Noah Adam's ark Built at Stonehenge Shipyard

    and called their name Adam

    0000 years - 4004 BC - Adam Adam
    0130 years - 3874 BC - Eve Adam
    0105 years - 3769 BC - Seth Adam
    0090 years - 3679 BC - Enos Adam
    0070 years - 3609 BC - Cainan Adam
    0065 years - 3544 BC - Mahalaleel Adam
    0162 years - 3382 BC - Jared Adam
    0065 years - 3317 BC - Enoch Adam
    0187 years - 3130 BC - Methuselah Adam
    0182 years - 2948 BC - Lamech Adam
    0600 years - 2348 BC - Noah Adam
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    1656 years - 2348 BC - The Date ark Built at Stonehenge Shipyard

    English Heritage timeline

    Noah Adam built the ark at Stonehenge Shipyard in 2348 BC (see timeline). Salisbury Plain Coal Prospect ditches had been explored (excavated) and cursed. Digging for shallow coal had ceased after Cretaceous / Carboniferous limestone differences were learned at Stonehenge Mining College athletic field. LORD Fellow of Woodhenge cursed the land because his Prospect was barren of shallow coal. The Healing Stones (Bluestone) had failed and were returned to South Wales Coalfield.

    4 'Station Stones'; Shipwright's 4 main hull braces
    4 'Postholes at A'; Shipwright's 4 dock door piers
    56 'Aubrey Holes'; Shipwright's 56 support beams

    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 01; Pitch angle (25 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 02; Pitch angle (30 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 03; Pitch angle (35 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 04; Pitch angle (40 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 05; Pitch angle (45 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 06; Pitch angle (50 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 07; Pitch angle (55 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 08; Pitch angle (60 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 09; Pitch angle (65 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 10; Pitch angle (70 deg) increase
    Noah Adam SS 91 ark main hull brace (vertical)
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 11; Pitch angle (75 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 12; Pitch angle (80 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 13; Pitch angle (85 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 14; Pitch angle (90 deg) greatest
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 15; Pitch angle (85 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 16; Pitch angle (80 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 17; Pitch angle (75 deg) decrease
    Noah Adam SS 92 ark main hull brace (vertical)
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 18; Pitch angle (70 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 19; Pitch angle (65 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 20; Pitch angle (60 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 21; Pitch angle (55 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 22; Pitch angle (50 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 23; Pitch angle (45 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 24; Pitch angle (40 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 25; Pitch angle (35 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 26; Pitch angle (30 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 27; Pitch angle (25 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 28; Pitch angle (20 deg) least
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 29; Pitch angle (25 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 30; Pitch angle (30 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 31; Pitch angle (35 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 32; Pitch angle (40 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 33; Pitch angle (45 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 34; Pitch angle (50 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 35; Pitch angle (55 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 36; Pitch angle (60 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 37; Pitch angle (65 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 38; Pitch angle (70 deg) increase
    Noah Adam SS 93 ark main hull brace (vertical)
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 39; Pitch angle (75 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 40; Pitch angle (80 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 41; Pitch angle (85 deg) increase
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 42; Pitch angle (90 deg) greatest
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 43; Pitch angle (85 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 44; Pitch angle (80 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 45; Pitch angle (75 deg) decrease
    Noah Adam SS 94 ark main hull brace (vertical)
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 46; Pitch angle (70 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 47; Pitch angle (65 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 48; Pitch angle (60 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 49; Pitch angle (55 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 50; Pitch angle (50 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 51; Pitch angle (45 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 52; Pitch angle (40 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 53; Pitch angle (35 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 54; Pitch angle (30 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 55; Pitch angle (25 deg) decrease
    Oak beam to [Aubrey] hole 56; Pitch angle (20 deg) least

    Live Oak below Heel Stone

    Woodhenge Dockyard salvaged Stonehenge Shipyard remains,
    sometime after 2348 BC (see timeline) at the lower elevation.

    Quercus virginiana

    Garry Denke

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    Old 05-07-08, 12:11 PM
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    Woodhenge Oil & Gas Prospect

    The Ancient geologic structure map of Woodhenge constructed out of Quercus virginiana (Live Oak) wood from Noah Adam's ark built at Stonehenge illustrates the Lower (Early) Carboniferous (Mississippian Period) Limestone Reef existing below Woodhenge, the same prospective of oil and gas production. Without getting too technical here, simply compare the two (2) geologic structure maps following:

    It's a gusher!
    http://www.geomore.com/images/Struc..._with_Fault.gif

    Let's drill it!
    http://www.megalithicsites.co.uk/images/Woodhenge.gif

    (nobody cares about this area anyway,
    just look at that carpark visitor centre)

    So let's start drilling!

    Regards,

    Garry W. Denke
    Geologist/Geophysicist
    Denke Oil Company (DOC)
    Wildcat Station, P.O. Box 866488
    Plano, Texas 75086-6488
    Tel: 972-422-8268
    Fax: 972-422-7868
    Cell: 972-768-4631
    DOC: 570-788-5282

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    Healing Stones Holy Water awaits Springing
    Stonehenge's Pennsylvanian Coal
    Healing Stones Holy Oil

    Trillions of barrels of Holy Water in welled up Springs below the Healing Stones (and the area surrounding these Magic rocks) await British Petroleum Springing such trillions through Blessed welling to the surface. Coal Bed Methane (CBM) is a form of natural gas extracted from coal beds. In recent decades it has become an important source of energy in the United States, Canada, and other countries. Australia has rich deposits where it is known as Coal Seam Methane. Also called coalbed gas, the term refers to methane adsorbed into the solid matrix of coal. It is called 'sweet gas' because of its lack of hydrogen sulfide. The presence of this gas is well known from its occurrence in underground coal mining. Coal Bed Methane (CBM) is distinct from a typical sandstone or other conventional gas reservoir, as the methane is stored within the coal by a process called adsorption. The methane is in a near liquid state, lining the inside of pores within the coal (called the matrix). Stonehenge's Pennsylvanian Coal open fractures (called the cleats) are saturated with Healing Stones Holy Water awaiting Springing for the free gas.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coalbed_methane
    http://www.bp.com/home.do?categoryId=1

    Coal Bed Methane (CBM) extraction is a British Petroleum method for extracting methane from this Stonehenge coal deposit. The methane is absorbed into the solid coal matrix (coal macerals) and is released when the coal seam is depressurised. To economically retrieve reserves of methane, wells are drilled into the coal seam, the seam is dewatered, then the methane is extracted from the seam, compressed and then piped to market. The goal is to decrease the water pressure by pumping water from the Blessed well. The decrease in pressure allows methane to desorb from the coal and flow as a gas up the well to the surface. This process has resulted in the drilling of tens of thousands of gas wells, and extensive support facilities such as New Tunnels Roads. The use of this method is currently expanding in the Powder River Basin of northeast Wyoming and southeast Montana. Seven percent of the natural gas (methane) currently produced in the United States comes from CBM extraction. Methane from Stonehenge coal beds can be recovered economically and Healing Stones Holy Water sprung injected back.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coal_b...hane_extraction
    http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericart...ntentId=7031848

    Healing Stones Holy Oil Deeper
    A Mississippian Reef,
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    Stonehenge (PENN Gas) & Woodhenge (MISS Oil) Prospects

    NORTH-SOUTH Exploration Seismic Data (UKOGL-CDP)

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - CV82-161 - (100) - (499) - 9.98_KM - CARLESS - (1982) - HIGHWAY_A360

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - CV86-381 - (127) - (860) - 9.13_KM - CARLESS - (1986) - LARKHILL

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - PZL-S3(1) - (2) - (158) - 9.52_KM - PENZOIL - (1971) - AMESBURY_N

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - TER-89-03 - (126) - (747) - 7.79_KM - TEREDO - (1989) - DURRINGTON

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - CV82-162 - (100 - (521) - 10.48_KM - CARLESS - (1982) - BULFORD

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - CV86-383 - (68) - (439) - 4.63_KM - CARLESS - (1986) - AMESBURY_S

    EAST-WEST Exploration Seismic Data (UKOGL-CDP)

    LINE_NAME - FIRST_CDP - LAST_CDP - TOTAL_KM - OPERATOR - YEAR - DEN_ID
    1 - CV82-226 - (100) - (991) - 22.31_KM - CARLESS - (1982) - HIGHWAY_A303

    This UKOGL-CDP Reflection Data is available:

    Geophysics GeoIndex

    DENke Oil Company (DOC)
    DENoco Inc (DI) of Texas

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    George Bush Barrow Lozenge's Solar Energy Skylight Roof Design

    Skylight Roof Model (other Solar Energy designs)

    Lozenge, a petroleum engineer and architect, constructed the first.

    It's the Ancient Coal Prospect and George Lozenge solved it,
    reserves are over Ten trillion Feet^3 of Gas.
    Over 10,000,000,000 MCF!

    It's the Ancient Lime Prospect and George Lozenge solved it,
    reserves are over One billion Barrels of Oil.
    Over 1,000,000,000 BO!

    Price of Dark Energy

    Grander Key

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    --
    "george lozenge ?

    maybe he was a roofing contractor with several designs , a roofing contractor bid putting a new roof on our house . that 1750-1550 BC housing showroom grave is famous , are there square and rectangular durrington walls homes ? we know nothing about archeology . thanks bbc for the timewatch show ,

    george barrows .
    "
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    Noah's ark Built at Stonehenge was Anchored over Ocean of Petroleum:

    Good to hear that British Petroleum (BP) finally verified the Garry Denke facts through their public domain of Late Cretaceous chalk overlying the largest onshore oil field in Europe, but Wytch Farm is only 31 miles (50 kilometres) south of Garry Denke's Stonehenge Pennsylvanian (Late Carboniferous) Prospect? and Wytch Farm is only 31 miles south of Garry Denke's Woodhenge Mississippian (Early Carboniferous) Prospect?

    Wytch Farm

    What we are wondering is why that Purbeck district of Dorset (England) largest onshore oil field in Europe operated by British Petroleum (Happy 100th BP!) has an oil and natural gas processing facility over Late Cretaceous chalk? and why so many petroleum companies shot thousands and thousands of miles of seismic in search for oil and gas over Late Cretaceous chalk around Stonehenge and Woodhenge?

    Dorset Geology

    Betcha our Landmen get...

    "Supernatural Water at Stonehenge Arch is different than that Plain Water at the San Juan Basin and Powder River Basin, it is Holy Water and is Preternaturally Transcendent. The Holy Water beneath Stonehenge is so Blessed Holy that after Magical Methane is levitated by Mystical Signing hands of Pagan, Druid, and Wiccan ancient Gods and Goddesses from the Sacred Ground; that Sanctified Water, which is too Hallowed Holy for anyone to even touch; MUST by Ceremonial Ritual be injected back into the Sacrosanct Ground because of its Spiritual Holiness."

    ...our Oil & Gas Leases signed Before anybody's Landmen!

    San Juan Basin
    Powder River Basin

    Happy 100th BP! The Landmen

    --
    But vindication was in the air. By the early morning of 26 May 1908, the whole camp reeked of sulphur. At four o’clock the drill reached 1,180 feet and a fountain of oil spewed out into the dawn sky. From remote Persia, telegrams were slow. Mr D’Arcy got the good news five days later. "If this is true, all our troubles are over," he beamed, adding, "I am telling no one about it until I have the news confirmed."
    --

    Under Noah's Ark Oil & Gas Ocean;

    William Knox D'Arcy
    "1901-1908 An uncertain beginning"
    George B. Reynolds

    Note: Oil & Gas Royalties fund 3 Stonehenge Tunnels and 1 Visitor Centre
    slower than Withdrawal Funds from Heelstone Vault within Avenue Banks.

    Grander key
    Dark energy
    Garry Denke


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