Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The BBC 2008 Stonehenge Dig Agenda

The BBC announced early this year that the flagship programme “Timewatch” were to break “virgin” soil at Stonehenge in one of the last archaeological digs the monument will see. 
The aim of this dig was to get an accurate dating as to when building work began on Stonehenge with the infamous arrival of the bluestones from Wales.
They achieved that and more… leaving a trail of breadcrumbs heading somewhere much darker.

The New Dating

In an article published by MSNBC entitled “Stonehenge dig turns up new clues” it is reported that:
“Archaeologists believe that Stonehenge originally consisted of a circle of wooden posts and timbers, built in approximately 3100 B.C”
Mark the significance of this date. According to the Mayans “the universe came into being on August 13th, 3114BC. That was day zero according to the Mayan Long Count, the start of time, the date all other days are reckoned from.”
The creation date given for Stonehenge is an exact match to the start date of the Mayan calendar, which ends on 21st December 20(21st century)12.
For your information, the Stonehenge dig ran from 31st March 2008 until 11th April (see myblogs on numerology to understand the significance of the numbers 1, 11, 11, 11:11, 11:11×11:11 = 1234321). The dig ran for (20)12 days.
Now for the clues, using the BBC’s day by day account of the dig…

From the BBC website:
It seems that Sir Christopher Wren, the famous 17th century architect, also left his mark on Stonehenge – but in a quite unexpected way. His name is skillfully chiselled into one of the 40-tonne sarsens that watches over the dig.”
Sir Christopher Wren is a very famous man indeed, known for designing the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London in 1666. If you take a look at his wikipedia page you will find that he is none other than the founder of Freemasonry movement in England.

Sir Christopher Wren was a Freemason and Master of Lodge Original, No. 1″

Lodge Original, No.1 – The Grand Lodge – opened in 1717 
(keep a note of this date for a later connection).

Sir Christopher Wren was also friends with Isaac Newton. In the same year that Wren designed the dome of St Paul’s (1666), 
Newton, a known freemason:
used a prism to split sunlight into its component colors, which helped us understand the nature of light more comprehensively”

The shape of a prism… a pyramid! Returning to Stonehenge, it seems highly suspicious that they should chose Sir Christopher Wren as noteworthy news for the day.

The BBC page for Day 10 is accompanied by a video, which shows one of the archaeologists introducing Mr Wren’s engraving.
How does he spell his name…? + Wren (yes that’s a cross!).
Since when did someone called Christopher sign their name with a cross, unless they were unusually full of themselves and liked to attribute themselves to Christ?

From the BBC website:
“The Timewatch excavation entered an exciting new phase on Thursday. There’s still work to be done in the bluestone sockets (chiselled into the chalk bedrock), but at last the team could move onto ‘virgin soil’ – a rare privilege at Stonehenge.”

Although not as juicy as the Clue #1, the page draws significant attention to the word ‘virgin’. Given the connotations of Sir Christopher Wren connecting himself with Jesus Christ, it only seems right that we’d have a reference to his mother, the Virgin Mary.

From the BBC website:
“The dig has revealed lots of large, intersecting bluestone sockets that have been carved into the chalk bedrock at different times. The largest of these dominates the centre of the trench, and was cut in Roman times.
We know it’s Roman because of the finds it contained, including a ‘House of Constantine’ coin.”
For those who aren’t familiar with Roman history, ‘The House Of Constantine’ otherwise known as the ‘Neo-flavians’, were ruled by ‘Constantine The Great’. Constantine made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire, thereby establishing the foundations of the Europe we all know today. He moved the seat of power from Rome to the Greek city of Constantinople, thus establishing a ‘new empire’ (a new world order) that would keep the Persians, the Arabs and later Islam in check for centuries to come.

From the BBC website:
Today’s first wave of visitors to the monument were surprised to see a strange craft hovering over the ancient stones. Fortunately, it came in peace. The ingenious device was a remote-controlled ‘rotor-cam’, providing a bird’s-eye view of the dig site.”

The page is accompanied with an image of the ‘rotor-cam’:
It’s a bit strange to say the least that UFO’s get a mention on the BBC Stonehenge mini-site. The photo paints a thousand words… predominantly this one:
As covered in an article by the Daily Mail, “Flying saucer police spy camera takes to the skies“, the ‘rotor-cam’ is the future of big brother surveillance in the UK.

Imagine you work for the BBC having just wrapped up the final day of your archaelogical dig, and you have been asked to give a title for the last web update. Would you chose the most apocalyptic title imaginable or just a nice summary of the dig?

The Final Reckoning, to me, spells what some might expect from 2012 itself, and the fact that this title was given to the final 12th day of the dig (on the 11th of April), brings together too many coincidences.

Clue #6 : Meet the experts

Before i begin to summarise this whole saga, I would like to draw some attention to the man responsible for conducting and presenting the dig.
From the BBC Website:
Professor Geoff Wainwright is currently President of the Society of Antiquaries which celebrates its tercentenary this year, is a director of Bluestone and Chairman of Wessex Archaeology.”

You’d be forgiven to say that you’ve never heard of this man, I hadn’t until looking into this dig. To give a bit of background Professor Geoff Wainwright has written many a book in his time, including:
Alongside ‘The Study Of Liturgy’, ‘The Study Of Spirituality’ and ‘Doxology’.
All of this may seem innocent, until you look into the history of the ‘Society Of Antiquaries’. 
A simple google search results in the following information:
“Founded in 1717. Its elected members are concerned with the antiquities and history of the UK and other countries.”
Nothing strange here, except the society Geoff Wainwright presides over, was created in the same year as British Freemasonry with it’s obvious connections to Sir Christopher Wren (see Clue#1).
Take a look at this photo of Geoff Wainwright, the chair spells importance:


To tie this whole thing up for you :

1) The programme, Timewatch (watching time on the run upto 2012…), conduct an archaeological dig of Stonehenge (an astronomical clock) for the first time in decades.

2) Stonehenge receives a new construction date of 3100BC, matching the start of the Mayan calendar which ends on 21st December 2012.

3) Graffiti by Sir. Christopher Wren, the man responsible for founding British Freemasonry in 1717 and who also designed the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral in 1666, is found on one of the stones.

4) The archaelogical dig is led by Geoff Wainwright, president of the ‘Society Of Antiquaries’ which was founded in 1717, the same year as British Freemasonry.

5) Christianity worship connections include Sir. Christopher Wren signing his name with a cross (+), the reference to ‘virgin’ (mary) soil, the ‘House Of Constantine’ coin refering to the Roman leader Constantine who made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire and of course Geoff Wainwright who wrote the ‘Oxford History of Christian Worship’.

6) New World Order connections through the UFO page titles / ‘rotor-cam’ Big Brother surveillance technologies and the ‘House of Constantine’ coin relating to the ‘New Empire’ founded by Constantine.
I’m still working on piecing this whole thing together, there are clearly hidden suggestions still to be found.
You can even go as far as to look at the days of the dig as metaphors for the 12 years starting with:

Day 1 (2001) – Ground-breaking stuff (a reference to 9/11?)

Day 12 (2012) – Final Reckoning (the end of time on 21st December 2012?)

I do hope you can see where I am coming from with this expose, as you can see, it’s a complicated affair, but there are clues in plain sight – as always!
The 2008 Stonehenge Dig, tells me we are in for one hell of a ride (and a possible great deception) come 21st December 2012. Let’s hope enough can see through it!

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