| Secret Ancient Monument Markers Of Artifacts
Posted: 05-Oct-2003, 04:39 PM
Group: Celtic Nation
Realm: Plano, Texas, USA
|Secret Ancient Monument Markers of Artifacts
Current Locations of the First Stones brought to Stonehenge (~400 tons)
a) 1/4 Counterscarp still in place is foreign Carboniferous Waulsortian facies High Tor Limestone (Birnbeck Limestone) Formation rock, not local Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
b) 3/4 Counterscarp remnants are foreign Carboniferous Waulsortian facies High Tor Limestone (Birnbeck Limestone) Formation rock, not local Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation rock. Note: 3/4 Counterscarp rebuilt with local earth soil after 3/4 Counterscarp limestone was removed and piled at Artifact Burial mound located 100 meters East-Southeast of Heel Stone.
c) E-SE Stonehenge Artifact Burial mound is foreign Carboniferous Waulsortian facies High Tor Limestone (Birnbeck Limestone) Formation rock, not local Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation rock. Source: 3/4 of the original complete circle of Counterscarp limestone First hedge of Stonehenge.
d) 56 Aubrey Hole remnants are foreign Carboniferous Waulsortian facies High Tor Limestone (Birnbeck Limestone) Formation rock, not local Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation rock.
e) Heel Stone ditch bottom-half is foreign Carboniferous Waulsortian facies High Tor Limestone (Birnbeck Limestone) Formation rock, not local Cretaceous Seaford Chalk Formation rock, and not silted in fill. Source: Counterscarp causeway or Artifact Burial mound.
German dentist, historian, and antiquarian Dr. Garry W. Denke (b. April 19, 1622, Baden, Schwarzwald, Germany - d. February 19, 1699, Caddo confederacies, Texas), inventor of core sampling and core barrel (1656), recorder of Stonehenge mother's baby's teeth's ten (10) girths.
1/4 of Counterscarp limestone still in place, 3/4 of Counterscarp limestone mounded 100m E-SE of Heel Stone - http://www.orionbeadling.net/CSCARPelev.jpg
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Q & A
"Can you explain how the counterscarp limestone looks different from the chalk?"
Stonehenge counterscarp limestone hedge was first determined to be different from the basement outcrop in 1656 by Dr. Denke's core magnifying glass. Being well versed in biology of the times as a dentist (palaeontology is a branch of biology), and having been to Waulsort and Wales in previous travels, he first noticed and recorded that the elder white stone creatures (fossils) were absent in the younger white chalk basement rock, but the same creatures present in Waulsort and Wales outcrops. Waulsort is a village south of Namur in Belgium and Wales (South Coast) is west-northwest of Stonehenge, where according to Dr. Denke in 1656, these same elder white stone creatures crop out. In current times the first twenty-four elders (as they have become to be commonly referred to) described in German by Dr. Denke in 1656, are now known and classified as being:
04) Caninia cornucopiae
06) Cleiothyridina roissyi
09) Delepinea (Daviesiella) destinezi
12) Hapsiphyllum (Zaphrentis) konincki
14) Megachonetes papilionaceous
15) Michelina grandis
20) Rhipidomella michelini
21) Schellwienella cf. S. crenistria
Palaeontology, geochemistry, and mineralogy of Carboniferous age limestone is different than that of Cretaceous age chalk, and has been verified by evolution and extinction of species. Many of the elder white stone fossils died out long before the Cretaceous, and likewise, many of the younger white chalk fossils did not evolve until the Jurassic, or at the earliest, Triassic. Differentiating fossiliferous white limestone from fossiliferous white chalk was a simple task for ancient fossil collectors. Some of the key fossils are huge before they are fragmented and moved.
"Was the counterscarp limestone used in other henges in the area?"
I do not know, but that is an excellent question.
"Or did it make an appearance in other megalithic structures in that time and place?"
Dr. Denke, before sailing to Jamestown in present-day Virginia, gathered and recorded the same lithology and fossils of these Waulsort and Wales type white stones from the Bratton Camp (Westbury) original white horse eye, but other than that, I do not know. Note that the original Bratton Camp white horse artifacts were excavated by Dr. Denke, brought to Jamestown, wound up in New York, then were returned to the G. Gee remodeled Westbury white horse eye by M. Moroni.
"I would tend to believe that this counterscarp limestone had a special significance and therefore was brought in from far away"
The significance is, according to Dr. Denke's field notes, they were (and still are) monument markers, used to preserve the specific locations of artifacts, such as those plumb with Heel Stone wings, Stonehenge mound, and at Westbury white horse. He says in German translated to English by the Erodelphian Literary Society of Sigma Chi Fraternity (North Texas Branch), "ring is broken, no artifacts here", meaning: no artifacts in the 1/4 remaining counterscarp limestone hedge.
Garry W. Denke
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