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    General Lighting
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    Southcaver;239713 wrote:
    stonehenge aliens and shit
    Banjocycles.com

    lol thats a random find, its a bike shop in West Berks and right near the Ridgeway where loads of raves happen/used to happen and I know that area well

    I’ve done the routes before they mention on that site, but more to get to the raves 😉

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    Garry Denke
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    @daftfader 238851 wrote:

    i’m gonna put gary denk in stone henge fuckin’ ‘ospital in a ‘ucking minit :laugh_at:

    The Royal Society of Medicine has already proven Geoff Wainwright, Timothy Darvill and Timewatch: Stonehenge team’s healing theory true inside 9,000-year-old Stonehenge Hospital healing centre with ancient Stillborn Baby Skull Teeth (primary Baby Teeth and permanent Baby Teeth intact) centralised at the Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room birth canal described in the JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE, Volume 96, February 2003, “Stonehenge: a view from medicine” by eminent Dr Anthony M Perks, PhD, DSc, and Darlene Marie Bailey, BA, JR Soc Med 2003; 96: 94–98, the publication over 5 years old.

    Stonehenge Hospital healing centre Stillborn Baby Teeth Skull (having the primary and permanent Baby Teeth) excavated by Dr Garry W Denke (1622-1699) historian, antiquarian, dentist (1656 Diary) at Stonehenge precise centre (June, 1655) has a radiometric date of 9,000 years ago (7000 BC) matching the Geoff Wainwright, Timothy Darvill and Timewatch: Stonehenge team’s confirmation date of Dr Garry W Denke’s original Stonehenge Baby Delivery Room coal-fired Ice Age heating furnace: housed in Caddo by Hell’s Gate, Brazos River South Wall, ‘Great Kingdom of the Tejas’, Palo Pinto County; near Breckenridge.

    Interesting enough Timewatch, Geoff Wainwright and Timothy Darvill’s theory of the Stonehenge Hospital mortuary has been verified, categorically proving it being a morgue (Stonehenge not a cemetery), because currently there are no known human remains at Stonehenge Hospital mortuary. Julian Richards and Michael Pitts removed the last of Stonehenge Hospital remains on 1st September 2008 at the morgue. All known human remains that ever were stored there have been removed, therefore any theory claiming that Stonehenge Hospital mortuary was a cemetery is categorically false. Stonehenge Not A Cemetery:

    Morgue – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Cemetery – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    G-d

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    Garry Denke
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    @southcaver 239713 wrote:

    Barry the cat eats stonehenge Hats and That – the hats home page – the site that sells a great range of hats for all occasions and ages.

    stonehenge aliens and shit
    Banjocycles.com

    stonehenge 6000 year old contraceptive device
    Alkaline Hydrogen Fuel Cells from Valeswood ETD Ltd.

    hetty wainthrop investigates stonehenge
    “Hetty Wainthropp Investigates” (1996)

    What do you reckon Gazza? makes about as much sense as one of your posts:laugh_at:

    BBC – History – Stonehenge Dig 2008
    Amazon.com: Emperors of Rome: Imperial Rome from Julius Caesar to the Last Emperor: David Potter: Books

    Timewatch BBC Finds Coordinator: Yvette Staelens; “Some of the artefacts will decay significantly unless we introduce them to the correct storage environment. For example items made from metal.” Metal items include a Roman coin made from a bronze alloy that is particularly susceptible to decay.

    Caesar’s invasions of Britain – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Roman conquest of Britain – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    When the Romans came Druids kept ‘The stone which the builders refused’ Vault safe. Romans excavated Stonehenge center. Druids wise. Heelstone downplayed. Vatican letters (Roman) say J.C. claimed Mishkan beneath Stonehenge, counting Roman coins Sarsen numbers 51-60 excavated.

    Julius Caesar – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Tabernacle – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Garry Denke

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    GiantMidget
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    Garry you wanna go raving in two weeks time?

    #1180145
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    Garry Denke
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    The Church of Google

    Google! Christ!

    :biggreen:

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    Garry Denke
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    @DJCliffy 239757 wrote:

    Garry you wanna go raving in two weeks time?

    Of course. raaa Bring shovels.

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    GiantMidget
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    Garry Denke;239789 wrote:
    Of course. raaa Bring shovels.

    Why who are we burying? :hopeless:

    #1180147
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    Garry Denke
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    @DJCliffy 239791 wrote:

    Why who are we burying? :hopeless:

    Burying? :hopeless: Planting!

    :weee:

    #1180164
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    Southcaver
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    Garry Denke;239797 wrote:

    Are they yours gary?

    Now its all making sense:laugh_at:

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    DaftFader
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    Southcaver;239889 wrote:
    Are they yours gary?

    Now its all making sense:laugh_at:

    thats what i thought when i reaad that other thread this morning haha :you_crazy

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    Garry Denke
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    @southcaver 239889 wrote:

    Are they yours gary?

    British Archaeology

    BritArch and English Heritage folks corrected “Stonehenge Hedgehog” to pig: “Stone Henge-Hog“.
    “Stone Henge-Hog” named by Mike Pitts of BritArch after Stonehenge Luau 56 pig-roast holes.

    Child buried with unique carved pig (see photo, right)
    A tiny carved chalk pig was buried with the remains of a young child over 2,000 years ago within sight of Stonehenge. The bones of the infant were in a pot dated to 450-100BC (iron age). The carving may have had a ritual significance or have been a toy.

    Go figure? Stonehenge Hospital cafeteria?
    Yes, of course, they go great with pig.

    :love: Garry Denke

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    GiantMidget
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    Garry it might please you to know that i was regressed recently and discovered startling evidence. I found out i was the architect behind Stonehenge and that originally it was a place to entertain high ranking officials.

    Loose BettyBooBoo was the most honoured and favoured whore but sadly died before her time of the dreaded pox which she in turn gave to High Priestess MontyBanjo thus destroying Stonehenges reputation as a classy bordello. Now you know Garry, now you know the truth. I will answer any questions you have with absolute honesty and factual relevance.

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    d.r.e.a.m
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    DJCliffy;239954 wrote:
    Garry it might please you to know that i was regressed recently and discovered startling evidence. I found out i was the architect behind Stonehenge and that originally it was a place to entertain high ranking officials.

    Loose BettyBooBoo was the most honoured and favoured whore but sadly died before her time of the dreaded pox which she in turn gave to High Priestess MontyBanjo thus destroying Stonehenges reputation as a classy bordello. Now you know Garry, now you know the truth. I will answer any questions you have with absolute honesty and factual relevance.

    LMFAO!What the fek is goin on with stonehenge?ITS A LOAD OF FEKIN STONES GET OVER IT!:you_crazy

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    marcusblanc
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    Don’t mess with the Denke, u know u can’t win! :hopeless:

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    MisterDuck
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    Garry does Stonehenge have much nutritional value?

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    GiantMidget
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    marcusblanc;240034 wrote:
    Don’t mess with the Denke, u know u can’t win! :hopeless:

    The last time i messed with Denke, i woke up with a kidney removed.

    #1180149
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    Garry Denke
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    Healing Stonehenge Hospital

    English Heritage Stonehenge Consultation end
    Drums, Pa says dig Arc Trench end
    Lt-Col William Hawley

    1. Hawley, Lt-Col W, The Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 1, Oxford University Press, 19-41). 1921.
    2. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Second Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 2, Oxford University Press, 36-52). 1922.
    3. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Third Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 3, Oxford University Press, 13-20). 1923.
    4. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Fourth Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 4, Oxford University Press, 30-39). 1923.
    5. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1923. (The Antiquaries Journal 5, Oxford University Press, 21-50). 1925.
    6. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1924. (The Antiquaries Journal 6, Oxford University Press, 1-25). 1926.
    7. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during 1925 and 1926. (The Antiquaries Journal 8, Oxford University Press, 149-176). 1928.

    Lt-Col William Hawley
    Drums, Pa says dig Arc Trench end
    English Heritage Stonehenge Consultation end

    We tried, We failed, Bye

    #1180176
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    DaftFader
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    Garry Denke;240204 wrote:
    Healing Stonehenge Hospital

    English Heritage Stonehenge Consultation end
    Drums, Pa says dig Arc Trench end
    Lt-Col William Hawley

    1. Hawley, Lt-Col W, The Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 1, Oxford University Press, 19-41). 1921.
    2. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Second Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 2, Oxford University Press, 36-52). 1922.
    3. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Third Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 3, Oxford University Press, 13-20). 1923.
    4. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Fourth Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge. (The Antiquaries Journal 4, Oxford University Press, 30-39). 1923.
    5. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1923. (The Antiquaries Journal 5, Oxford University Press, 21-50). 1925.
    6. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during the season of 1924. (The Antiquaries Journal 6, Oxford University Press, 1-25). 1926.
    7. Hawley, Lt-Col W, Report on the Excavations at Stonehenge during 1925 and 1926. (The Antiquaries Journal 8, Oxford University Press, 149-176). 1928.

    Lt-Col William Hawley
    Drums, Pa says dig Arc Trench end
    English Heritage Stonehenge Consultation end

    We tried, We failed, Bye

    but does it have much nutritional value?

    #1180182
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    Pat McDonald
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    Good Lord… what a well preserved thread from the Denke era. I’ll have to get my trowel out and have a scrape at it…

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    p0ly
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    Where is that nutter denke at? someone fb him, i would but i shut my fb for a small dose of freedom.

    #1180155
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    Tank Girl
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    Maybe he is hiding under the megalithic rock I nearly broke my neck on at glasto tor,
    the one that I smashed my face on so my parents took me to chalice well for the magic water to repair me 😛

    Glastonbury Tor Ancient Village or Settlement : The Megalithic Portal and Megalith Map:

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