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03-02-2008, 02:41 PM
Royal Society Fellows have discovered that Stonehenge was used as a Football Stadium after its deep Ditch had yielded no Coal. Ancient energy mining prospector, LORD Fellow of Woodhenge, converted its white Ditch chalk pilings into Bleachers for enthusiastic area Sport fans.

Eleven (11) Gaps between six-foot tall Banks of the discovered Eleven (11) Bleachers made for quick and easy Latrine access to the Ditch, according to Royal Society Fellows, before the six-foot deep Toilet silted in.

Football Stadium Bleachers / Latrine
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LORD Fellow of Woodhenge constructed a Ticket Line area with timber posts in the Ancient sunny northeast Avenue Entrance, with Players coming and going Freely through a southern Lower Entrance. Royal Society Fellows also found that Football became popular soon afterward.

Fifty-Six (56) Fence Posts separating the Eleven (11) Bleachers full of enthusiastic Sport fans were found in a Circle around the Stadium playing area. Horizontal fence Rails prevented Crowds from storming the Field.

Stadium Field Protection Posts / Latrine in Blue

Two (2) Goals at opposite ends Perpendicular to the Rising Sun served as Fair Lighting for both Team Sides and were constructed of Four (4) Station Stones, two (2) for each Goal. "Laws of the Game" developed with Number of white Ditch pilings made by LORD Fellow of Woodhenge.

Royal Society Fellows concluded Sport fans of Eleven (11) Banks and Sport fans of Eleven (11) Bleachers must have agreed the "Laws of the Game" were a lineup of Eleven (11) Players representing them to "Foot the Ball".

Stuffed Animal Skin Ball

Today, the most prestigious International Football competition is the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup, founded 5,000 years ago at Stonehenge. It is the most widely viewed in the World, boasting an Audience twice that of the Summer Olympic Games.

Championship Awards numbering in the Hundreds stand as a Testimony to the many Teams who competed at STONEHENGE: A Football Stadium. Abandoned due to its Success, there were too many Trophies on the Field.

Garry Denke

03-09-2008, 07:41 PM
STONEHENGE: The First Olympic Stadium


Stonehenge stands as a Tribute to the great World Olympians
who Came all of the way Cross Country just to Compete there

It is all true actually.

Foreign cowhide and pighide animals found:

International bones discovered there also:

Olympic athletes' housing was discovered:

STONEHENGE: The First Olympic Stadium:

History repeats itself,

Garry Denke

03-09-2008, 07:46 PM
Archery Judge Willers Wallers (Backside Bullseye)

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After Woodhenge Warriors' Men's Football loss in the 3100 (BC) Olympic Games to the Durrington Wallers (7-6) at Stonehenge Amphitheatre (alternatively Amphitheater), the Warriors changed their Olympic Men's and Women's Teams' name to "Willers". In the 3096 (BC) Olympics, it was the Woodhenge Willers over the Durrington Wallers in that infamous Sudden Death Match overtime thriller. 1-0 final score. In the Women's Archery competition, it was the Willers over the Wallers also, following their Men's Archery competition victory. Willers' Olympic Men's and Women's Teams dominated the 3096 (BC) Games and were so popular after those Olympics that even the River Wylye (one of eight rivers draining the area) was renamed (previously called Warriors River).

The Sudden Death of 'the body from the ditch' (Stonehenge discovery of 1978) caused by multiple Arrow Wounds in the back, said body on display at Salisbury Museum, sadly occurred during the 2300 (BC) Olympic Games' Women's Archery competition at Stonehenge Amphitheatre. Archery Judge Wallers Willers' (known as Backside Bullseye here at State Press) untimely death, referred to as a Stonehenge Sentinel Skeleton (SSS) by Dennis Price, archaeologist (Stonehenge expert) and described in This Is Wiltshire Network (Gazette & Herald, 7 March 2008), unfortunately occurred at said Amphitheatre when Archery Judge Wallers Willers (SSS) made an untimely movement from behind the Judge Honor's guard (target Game shield) causing His Sudden Death.

Later the town of Wilton and county of Wiltshire adopted their names in their Honor.

360 feet - Stonehenge Amphitheatre latrine (Ditch) diameter
320 feet - Stonehenge Amphitheatre bleachers (Bank) diameter
285 feet - Stonehenge Amphitheatre fence (Aubrey Holes) diameter

The interior is Anciently perfect in size.

3100-2600 BC - Stonehenge Olympic Games field - No stones

(SOS) Stonehenge Olympic Sports:

Archery, Athletics (track and field), Ancient badminton*, Ancient baseball, Boxing, Fencing, Ancient field hockey, Football (soccer), Ancient pentathlon*, Ancient softball, Wilto, Wiltwondo, Ancient tennis, Volleyball, Weightlifting (rocklifting), and Wrestling.

*Note: 3000 BC - Wooden structures added for Ancient gymnastics; Uneven bars, Balance beam, Salisbury floor exercise, and Vault (for Women), and High bar and Parallel bars, Salisbury floor exercise, Vault, and Pommel horse** (for Men).

**It evolved from exercises used by Homo erectus and Neanderthal, including skills for mounting and dismounting a horse, and various performance skills.

2600 BC - Olympic Games' first Rock (Bluestone) Trophies awarded.

Salisbury Museum "the body from the ditch" Exhibit
The "Stonehenge Sentinel Skeleton" SSS Theory

Was the SSS's name The Right Honourable Archery Judge Wallers Willers who got killed in that tragic Target Archery accident, or was the SSS's name The Right Honourable Archery Judge Willers Wallers who got killed in that tragic Target Archery accident?

Stonehenge Archery's deceased Field Target Archery Judge's last name must have been Willers, not Wallers, because Wiltshire would be called Waltshire if it was, which of course it is not. Likewise, Stonehenge Archery's deceased Field Target Archery Judge's first name must have been Wallers, not Willers, because Wiltshire would be called Waltshire if it was, which it is not. Us here at State Press who have investigated this matter, therefore, are going with "Stonehenge Archery Judge Wallers Willers", not "Stonehenge Archery Judge Willers Wallers", unless you have a better foundation of historical information at your disposal than any of us.

Here is how it will be printed with His name unreleased: "UK, Wiltshire, Salisbury Museum exhibit 'the body from the ditch' SKELETON was a Stonehenge Archery Judge who inspected an Archery Field Target at Stonehenge prematurely, a volley of Archers' Arrows accidently causing His death from behind." And here is how it will be printed with His name released: "UK, Wiltshire, Salisbury Museum exhibit 'the body from the ditch' SKELETON was Stonehenge Archery Judge Wallers Willers, deceased, who inspected an Archery Field Target at Stonehenge prematurely, a volley of Archers' Arrows accidently causing His death from behind."

Sentinel: Middle French sentinelle, from Old Italian sentinella, from sentina vigilance, from sentire to perceive, from Latin, year 1579, an Archery Judge is a Sentinel of Archery, vigilant and perceptive. Olympic Games Judges - Sentinels of respective Sports, therefore "SSS Theory" unified.

Stonehenge Free Festivals Were Completely Wonderful...


G. Willy Wally

03-10-2008, 07:37 AM
Garry I can understand everything but who is getting the finger.####

03-15-2008, 11:59 PM
Happy St. Patrick's Day!


Backside Bullseye

03-16-2008, 01:13 AM

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RE: Highways Agency A303 / A344 / A360 Stonehenge Improvement Programme

Dear ha_info@highways.gsi.gov.uk

Now that A TEXAS TYCOON has funded All Highways Agency costs for Stonehenge Airman's Corner, Winterbourne Stoke, Longbarrow and Countess Roundabouts' improvements; All Highways Agency costs for Stonehenge Visitor Centre at Airman's Corner (and the Centre itself); and All Highways Agency costs for Stonehenge A303 / A344 / A360 dual carriageway long-bored tunnels, when is Highways Agency going to A TEXAS TYCOON's Avenue Banks' Heelstone Vault for withdrawal of deposited funds? The reason I ask is that nobody at The Royal Society, Council for British Archaeology or Wessex Archaeology knows when Highways Agency A303 / A344 / A360 Stonehenge Improvement Programme will begin. Thank you.


Garry Denke

Her Majesty (HM), Her Majesty's Treasury (HM-Treasury), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS), Department for Transport (DfT), National Trust (NT) and English Heritage (EH) officially refused to fund any A303 / A344 / A360 Stonehenge Tunnels solely on grounds of cost.
Forget Her, et al.
A TEXAS TYCOON Funds A303 / A344 / A360 Tunnels:
1. Stonehenge Visitor Centre located near Airman's Corner (A344 / A360) between North and West sources of G-D's Rock Collection.
2. Long-bored twin carriageway tunnels 10-kilometres (6.2-miles) in length beneath the A303 / A344 / A360 highways at Stonehenge.
3. New junctions, bypasses, flyovers, underpasses at Airman's Corner, Longbarrow - Countess Roundabouts, Winterbourne Stoke.
Withdraw Funds out of Heelstone Vault in the Avenue Banks.
This is How the West was Won:
RAF Penton Corner History (East)
Andover Airfield (Tesco Centre), Andover, Hampshire, UK
RAF Airman's Corner History (West)
Airman's Corner (Visitor Centre), Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK
Garry Denke

03-19-2008, 08:39 AM
STONEHENGE: The Super Bowl

Thus Stonehenge originally, as most of the Stone Age henges dugout in Britain, is the remains of an Ancient hunt for Coal fuel


LORD Fellow of Woodhenge (above) converted the failed Coal exploration sites (dusters) to recreational Sport amphitheatres

Coal Bowl, Old Heaven


Ancient spectators sat on Fenced out banked Bleachers facing The Super Bowl, as thousands still do at the 'Oldest' stadium

Yale Bowl, New Haven


Proof being Crosskeys Coal (http://www.crosskeys.me.uk/location/geologic.htm) samples, a Pigskin Leather football and Lambskin Leather volleyball inside Heelstone Locker 'room'

<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yale_Bowl" target="_blank">Interesting enough Sportsters
Yale Bowl is a Coal duster site</a>

Garry Denke