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    Heelstone Hound, Stonehenge

    The Hounds of the Underworld, Cwn Annan, enliven the Celtic folk-tales, bounding across the cold night sky in an exhilarating and impressive wild hunt. In Wales, they are said to suddenly appear around St. David's Eve. "…Hath thou never heard lore of Cwn Annan? On a forlorn winter’s night where the moon shines not, do they not come to thee? Ghostly specters, the hounds dance in expectation of the hunt, eyes and ears glow an unearthly crimson. Blood. They writhe and howl in a manner not of mortal dogs. No, these creatures are from the dead, from the world beneath. Running across the night sky, they wait for their masters to call them hither for the hunt. Hath thou never heard the mournful bays they give off in the dead of night? Or thou just gave them off for a mere fancy of the mind, or the whispering winds through tree. Fools notions, I tell thee. Only a fool will take no notice of the tales (Arc Trench) of old. But when the hounds come for thee, thou shall see the undaunted fury that lie behind the scarlet eyes as they wisp the souls of unwary travels on the Hunts night. Only fools will pay no heed to Cwn Annan."

    Hele Stone Hound / Helestone Hound



    Dogs were always held in high esteem by the Celts, as a friend and protector. "The Fearsome Battle Hound" is featured in many Celtic myths. In general, hounds were representative of tracking skills, the ability to scent a trail (Scroll Trench) and companionship. The White Hound was a title of honor for Celtic chieftains and representative of the dogs which guarded the lunar mysteries. Dogs were sacred to the fairies of Ireland and Scotland, probably because they were held in high regard by the Tuatha de Danann. Many Celtic myths involve dogs or dog familiars, which belonged to heroic figures or deities, and wars were often fought for and over them. They are also an archetypal symbol of shapeshifters.

    Heel Stone Hound / Heelstone Hound
    Last edited by Garry Denke; August 13th, 2011 at 06:31 AM.

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    I've gotta admit, I'm a little bit disappointed by the lack of references to Noah's Ark in this one.
    JFGI

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    Washington's Hound Dog Kennel Billboard (1653)

    Rev. Lawrence Washington (1602-1653), the great-great-grandfather of George Washington (first President of the United States), acquired Stonehenge from Robert Newdyke in 1628 for a Hound Dog Kennel. Washington's Hound Dog Kennel at Stonehenge, a formal establishment for the propagation of purebred Hound Dogs, was a state-of-the-art facility in Wiltshire until it was sold in 1678 to the Rev. Thomas Hayward. Dr. Garry Denke (1622-1699), the German Catholic historian, antiquarian and dentist, Permitted drilling of the Foxhole (Scroll) Trench auger core at Heel Stone in 1656 from Rev. Washington's Hound Dog Kennel. In 1757, founding father Dr. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) examined Washington's Heel Stone Hound Dog above Dr. Denke's Heel Stone Flying Eagle when Dr. Franklin chose the Flying Eagle for the Great Seal. Fox hunting originated in its current form in the United Kingdom in the 16th century. Washington's Heelstone Hound was a 1628-1678 popular Washington Kennel billboard.

    http://stonehengeguide.com/2011/05/2...the-centuries/
    http://www.historycarper.com/resourc...3/letter12.htm
    http://services.english-heritage.org...09_2010WEB.pdf

    Should the Great Seal be a Hound Dog?
    (16th century foxhunting was popular)

    Arc Trench / Scroll Trench
    Last edited by Garry Denke; August 13th, 2011 at 07:26 AM.

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    Lost City of Apollo

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiberias View Post
    I've gotta admit, I'm a little bit disappointed by the lack of references to Noah's Ark in this one.
    Apollo Cunomaglus
    Great Hound Lord Road
    Nettleton Shrub, Hyperborea

    Ark of the Testimony
    Cargo Shipping:
    586 B.C.

    1. Port Canaan (Mar)
    2. Port Phoenicia (Mar)
    3. Port Carthage (Apr)
    4. Port Tartessos (Apr)
    5. Port Oestriminis (May)
    6. Port Brittany (May)
    7. Port Stonehenge (Jun)

    Himilco the Navigator
    Cargo Shipped:
    586 B.C.

    Exodus Tabernacle Receipt
    Heelstone Account Dept.
    Thanks 4 the Business

    G-D

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