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Subject: Summer solstice
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 97 16:11:26 EST
From: Jean-Francois_Gravel@iaf.UQUEBEC.CA (Jean-Francois Gravel)
To: Tash.Lodge@compuserve.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, ait@TCP.co.UK
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I, My name is Jean-Francois, I'm canadian. I going to make a trip in Europe and I want to celebrate the summer solstice in England. So was thinkink celebrate it at Stonehenge. I wanna know if it's the best place for it, because it seem to be a problem to going there for the soltice sunrise. Is there another place where we could celebrate the summer solstice, because I don't wanna see someting like the battle of the beanfield.
Thank's for your attention, that will our first chance for my girlfriend and me to celebrate de summer solstice on celtique religion ground.
Jean-Francois and Myriam
15 August 1996 23:49:11 MessageFrom: JimDannan@aol.com,Internet Subject: vids+picsovstonehenge To: DiceGeorge cannot download and run stonehenge pics and vids. aol came up with tried evenmulti. also i've written some stuff on getting our forests back and the bullshit that the forestry commision use to continue management of them shall i send it on to you? also do you know contact number of greennet and phreak and demon do they have local hub in gwynedd? byelove jim
21 September 1996 02:38:28 MessageFrom: Christopher Vittore,email@example.com,Internet Subject: membership To: DiceGeorge I am interested in buying a few stonehenge keychains. Do you know who Imight contact about this? Please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
22 September 1996 15:39:42Message From: email@example.com,Internet Subject: radio interview To: DiceGeorge Dear George, I present a national radio programme for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation from Sydney, and would like to interview you regarding the Autumn equinox this weekend (or the Spring equinox down here) I believe it is late on Sunday afternoon London time, and hope you will read this soon enough to contact me by return email... or reverse charges 6129 333 2435 or 333 2468. ThanksLisa Hampshire
09 October 1996 07:34:11Message From: anne mcnulty,firstname.lastname@example.org,Internet Subject: information request To: DiceGeorge Dear DiceGeorge, Hi, my name is Meredith McNulty and I'm in grade seven enrichment. For english we have to do a three minute talk on a real mystery. On her list of suggestions,my teacher put stonehenge. Stonehenge has always attracted my curiousity. The idea of the druids and their rituals or ceremonies, their mysterious lifestyle,their relations to stonehenge, the earth forces,electrical currents, tracking the sun and the moon's path. They're so separated, so different from the rest of our history, yet so similar. I was given a book last year by a friend that was called Sun God, Moon Witch by Welwyn Winton Katz. It dealt with the idea of earth forces and underground electrical currents. It is a very captivating read. Anyway back to the point. I need information. Not college stuff, but some basic background information about stonehenge and the druids. If you could send me something it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot, Meredith McNulty email@example.com
13 September 1996 18:24:02 MessageFrom: Cliff Wassmann,firstname.lastname@example.org,Internet Subject: link added To: DiceGeorge I've created a links to your Stonehenge page from http://mysteriousplaces.com It will be up shortly. thanks for the info and good luck Cliff
30 July 1996 05:43:30 MessageFrom: Initials BB,email@example.com,Internet Subject: Visiting rights to the stones To: DiceGeorge,pHreak Dear SirIn the winter of 1977 my wife and I visited Stonehenge, as I recollect there was no kiosk, no ropes, and no ladies with middle class English accents telling people where they could and could not go. In those days we could walk amongst the stones, touch them, a tenuous link across thousands of years, I am an engineer, I don't marvel at what these guys did, I know what they did, what it cost and what sort of society had to exist to bear that cost.
The stones were not put there to be fenced off or protected, they were part of a vibrant developing infrastructure, the nearest anolagy I can draw today would be our shopping malls. The point I'm trying to make is that we need to be able to go among the stones, touch them, absorb the ambience of the slowly passing centuries.
The structure was built to be used, not preserved, the whole community must have supported the development otherwise it could not have been done. You did not build Stonehenge, you have no right to deny people access, even if it means the eventual destruction of the sight, that is not important, to be of any value, to respect the memory of the people who built it we must use it. Cut the ropes, set the stones free.
They do notbelong to the Government, tourists, or even to the local people, they should be free to follow their own destiny, accessible to all even if it leads to the destruction of the monument as we know it.
I cannot believe the presumption of the people who in 1993 denied us contact with the stones.
22 July 1996 03:23:19Message From: Roger Jones,firstname.lastname@example.org,Internet Subject: Stonehenge Theme park? To: DiceGeorge,pHreakHi, Is it true that there are plans to turn Stonhenge into a theme park? I hope not. If this is true is there campaign to stop this? If you have any details please let me know. CheersRoger Jones
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23 September 1996 01:14:41Message From: Alan Lodge,100653.3666@CompuServe.COM,Internet Subject: Re: BEANFIELD video on www To: DiceGeorgeSunday evening. Hello george.Last saw you at Wandsworth I think.
Have been away for a few days. Just got your message. Of course I will add a link to the Beanfield vid. You have found me through my pages and with thus see that I have already linked Stonehenge site already.
Don't know how much you know about all this web stuff.
But the pages you've seen are my second attempt in the last two months. Would be really grateful for any critisism you feel like making.. I would like to do better. Some have said a complete mine of information and no problems. A coupleof others have reported that it was all too enormous, their machine crashed and they gave up!I do want to include a fair wedge of pictures, since I'm supposed to bea photographer.Can you suggest some reading to find out more for the arguments betweenGIF Vs JPG image files? All of mine are GIF's at the moment.
I knew JPG's were supposed to be smaller, but on conversion, many of the files became bigger! The conversions required an increase in the saved number of colours. Well there you go..... got a lot to learn.
I do need to save space since Compuserve allow me 1MB within my subscription. I am already, at a second attempt, occupying 958K of it. I do want it all to be as accessable as possible. Gallery page will of course be heaviest.
All collected togetherI realise I've prattled on, enough for one go! I know about the yellow, but I like it!
12 September 1996 16:13:33 Message From: Andrew Franklin Weaver,email@example.com,Internet Subject: WWW site To: DiceGeorgeTook a look at the stonehenge site, not bad for a startlaterweave
18 September 1996 06:46:05Message From: Confirmation from Whatsne,firstname.lastname@example.org,Internet Subject: Welcome to Whatsnew.... To: DiceGeorge The Whatsnew Admin
,Internet Dear WebMaster Thanks for your submission to Internet Magazine's What's New on the Internet. Your URL is now online! Due to the amount of submissions we are currently receiving each day, the most effective way to locate your site is by selecting the search "Everything" option. Only if your site was added this morning will it be found under the selected "Today's Sites" search option ........................................................ 1. Why not add What's New to your personal Hot List ?first, goto http://www.whatson.com/whatsnew/ Best wishes The What's New Teamwhatsnew@whatson.com http://www.whatson.com/
12 September 1996 06:03:23Message From: WhoWhere? Support,email@example.com,Internet Subject: Welcome to WhoWhere? To: DiceGeorgeDear stonehenge campaign, Welcome to WhoWhere?!! Thank you for updating your freeWhoWhere? Listing. It will take effect immediately. stonehenge campaign URL: http://www.kingsway.ac.uk/kiss/stonehenge/CAMPAIGN.HTM In the future, you can update your information (including your WhoWhere? password) by clicking on the Update MyListing hyperlink at the top of every WhoWhere? E-mail Addresses web page, and entering your WhoWhere? User Name and Password shown below.
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