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    No official public records there Garry

    in fact the royal mail one said

    Your reference number is too short. Please check you are using the correct number.
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    ♥ Ezekiel's & Daniel's Beasts

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    Love Ezekiel's Beasts



    Ezekiel the Prophet's four Beasts:
    Lion-head, Calf-ox, Man-face, Eagle-flying;
    [Altar-box 8'x8'x4' in Concrete 4' below Heel Stone]

    Love Daniel's Beasts



    Daniel the Prophet's four Beasts:
    Lion-cat, Bear-dog, Leopard-cat, Altar-box;
    [ark-seat-ephod-breastplate-altar-candlestick-table]

    1697

    Washington's Testament, 21 January 1653,
    Little Braxted, Essex County, England G.B.


    On his deathbed Rev. Laurence Washington (1602-1653) ancestor of U.S. first President George Washington (1732-1799) who inherited from his father Sir Laurence Washington (1579-1643) ownership of Stonehenge in Great Britain said;

    Embedded in the Ancient's Concrete mixture of 1 part Bluestone and 3 parts Limestone cement, four feet (4 ft, 1.2 m) below my Helestone in Wilts, is my brass Altar of Burnt Offering (5c-5c-3c) containing my Seven (7) gold Tabernacle relics:

    My gold Mercy Seat (2.5c-1.5c), my gold Ark of the Testimony (2.5c-1.5c-1.5c), my gold Table for the Shewbread (2c-1c-1.5c), my gold Candlestick, my gold Ephod-Girdle, my gold Breastplate, and my gold Altar of Incense (1c-1c-2c), are there.

    Elizabeth Washington, baptized at
    Tring Parish, 17 August 1636
    Herefordshire, England


    Gar-Den

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    http://bowinthecloud.co.uk/washington.pdf
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    Four Feet (4 ft) Under Stone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robertus View Post
    Not to be rude but.... What is this?
    This is where Ezekiel and Daniel buried the Tabernacle.
    Inside the 8'x8'x4' Altar golden Relics are Cemented.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertus View Post
    Are you saying that the Ark of the Covenant is buried within or below the Heelstone?


    Quote Originally Posted by Robertus View Post
    Are you also saying that Daniel's vision is in regards to some sort of animal faces on the stone itself?
    Ezekiel and Daniel descriptions Heelstone.
    Carvings are all Obvious review Photos.

    1. Heelstone Lion-Cat
    2. Heelstone Ox-Calf
    3. Heelstone Man-Face
    4. Heelstone Eagle-Flying
    5. Heelstone Bear-Dog
    6. Heelstone Leopard-Cat
    7. Heelstone Altar-Ark

    Four Feet (4 ft)
    Under Stone.

    G-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vuall View Post
    No official public records there Garry
    in fact the royal mail one said
    ( http://www.corelab.com/rd/Instrument...x?ename=CTScan )

    Dr Garry Whilhelm Denke Sr (1656) core drill Scroll Trench samples
    Cartridge brass (70% Cu; 30% Zn), Live oak, Blue Stone concrete
    8 ft (2.4 m) from GL: under Lion-Ox-Manface-Eagle; at Heelstone



    (Note: the Good Doctor 'hit' the Altar of Burnt Offering SW horn
    Core-hole deviated; Bottom 1 ft (.3 m) Core has Polished brass)

    Dig dig dig! Heelstone Ark!
    Get Digging! Save Relics!

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    Round tables seem to have been common in the Celtic world and Irish stories tell of kings, beside Arthor who had them - this allowed them to have all of their men 'seated at their right hand'. Some were rather like two cresents so that servers could pass into the center. But the idea was that there was more equality between the warriors, the makers of things, and the poets and historians.

    The Norman French preferred square tables where you could place people by their rank. With little nasty tricks like making some people not get any salt at their end of the table, being seated "below the salt". Or even at completely separate tables away from the Lord and the better food.

    And King Arthor seems to have some roots in the Roman settlement at Bath. Bath was a natural hot spring and it allowed Romans to wash up properly. It was one reason for a colony there. The other was tin - in the bronze age, English tin was needed to turn copper into a harder metal for things like swords. It was an important source of Roman war materials.

    Washing was not popular in the Middle Ages until Elizabeth the Great dragged her court off to Bath, so she did not have to feel so faint when she was surrounded by her courtiers on a warm summers day. Unlike earlier folks ,she did not agree that lice were the 'pearls of the poor'.

    Queen Isebella of Spain is said to have boasted that she only bathed twice in her life, once when she was born and once on her wedding night. She actually bathed 3 times, they washed her at her death.
    Bathing was considereed a Jewish (they had to bathe once a week, before going to church), or a protestant thing, that could get you in trouble with the inqusition.

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    interesting video,knowing that king authers ,round might have been found,just think how much it would be worth.

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    King's Knot Survey Results

    The results of the geophysical surveys are encouraging. Visualizing the magnetic and resistivity data in the form of Gray-scale graphics (Figs. 4 and 5), the presence of the ditches around the main mound is confirmed (see Red outline). However the relative complexity of this ditch system points to a multi-period construction, perhaps of Iron Age date, and this was further investigated by the Ground-Penetrating Radar survey (see Link below). South of the main mound are ditches of uncertain date, as well as remains of buildings. Natural features and structures of recent date, including modern drains, appear at the northern end of the Gardens.


    Gray-scale graphic of Resistivity Survey:




    Gray-scale graphic of Magnetic Survey:



    ​King's Knot Ground-Penetrating Radar

    Priceless.

    G-D
    Last edited by Garry Denke; Jan 8th, 2014 at 5:33 PM.
    "British archaeologists could not find My ark
    of My testimony if they tripped over it." G-D

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