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Old 05-05-2008, 11:55 PM
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Noah Adam's ark Built at Stonehenge Shipyard

and called their name Adam

0000 years - 4004 BC - Eve Adam
0130 years - 3874 BC - Adam 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

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Old 05-06-2008, 12:09 AM
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Noah traveled all the way to England to build his ark? That's a new one.

http://www.noahsarksearch.com/index.htm
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Everyone knows that the fertile crescent lied between Bristol and London.
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Old 05-06-2008, 06:34 AM
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Noah traveled all the way to England to build his ark? That's a new one.

http://www.noahsarksearch.com/index.htm
Hi airmikee

Noah's ark was built at Stonehenge,
no big rocks were there at the time

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Old 05-06-2008, 12:07 PM
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Ark of Noah or Argha-Noa?

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Hi airmikee

Noah's ark was built at Stonehenge,
no big rocks were there at the time

G-D
I read the first post. I've never heard of this theory before, and I'm curious to know how Noah traveled the 2200+ miles from the middle east to England to build his ark.
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I read the first post. I've never heard of this theory before, and I'm curious to know how Noah traveled the 2200+ miles from the middle east to England to build his ark.
Maybe he went the long way round and dropped the Lamanites off in America on the way for the Mormons..?
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I think the shifting of the earth's plates probably spread England and Mideast farther apart than they were at the time of Noah and Arcs and Stonehenges and things. Could be wrong though.
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Yeh Plate Tectonics operate on a much longer time scale. The layout of the Earth's plates wouldn't have been noticeably different.
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Where does it say Noah was born in the Middle East? All the greatest people in history were born within a 50-mile radius of Stonehenge. That includes the people who discovered America and turned it into a giant football pitch for extremely fit people to play on:

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Do you know that in the old days, the entirety of America was one big football (soccer) pitch. One goal was at the southern-most tip of America, and the other goal was at the most northerly tip. The teams were very fit!

Games used to take days because of the distance the players had to run between the goals. But they loved it.

The spectators had to be very fit as well, because in order to see the whole game, they had to run up and down the entire length of America following the players.

They all had a great time.

But then some spoil sports came and built on the land, and people started living there, so the game had to be scrapped.
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Maybe he went the long way round and dropped the Lamanites off in America on the way for the Mormons..?


Hahaha.. that LDS doesn't preach that aspect of their faith anymore, now that DNA evidence has proven it to be completely wrong, but you still made me laugh.
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this does not belong in the religion forum.put it in the fantasy department. I must admit that a good deal of what is in the religions side must end up really being in the fantasy section.
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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/Struct...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!

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After that certain Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease covering Woodhenge Oil & Gas Prospect situated in the County of Wiltshire, the State of Great Britain, UK is signed by The National Trust and English Heritage and approved by All Parties named in that certain Oil, Gas and Mineral Lease covering Woodhenge Oil & Gas Prospect, we are going to contract Parker Drilling Company to do it.

http://www.parkerdrilling.com/
http://www.parkerdrilling.com/operat...perations.html

They have an onshore drilling rig available.

PETROLEUM ($/bbl)
PRICE* CHANGE % CHANGE TIME
Nymex Crude Future 122.07 .23 .19 10:08
Dated Brent Spot 120.17 .77 .65 10:38
WTI Cushing Spot 121.64 -.20 -.16 09:09

NATURAL GAS ($/MMBtu)
PRICE* CHANGE % CHANGE TIME
Nymex Henry Hub Future 11.17 .02 .15 10:08
Henry Hub Spot 11.10 .34 3.16 05/06
New York City Gate Spot 11.96 .41 3.55 05/06

http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/com...rgyprices.html

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