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|25 Apr 2008 08:00 PM|
Investigator (Aerial Survey and Investigation)
c. £24,000 per annum
English Heritage protects and provides advice on this country's unique legacy of historic buildings, landscapes and archaeological sites. We also manage over 400 sites and welcome in excess of 11 million visitors to these each year.
Based in either Swindon or York, you will undertake the important role of interpreting and mapping of archaeological and historical features from aerial photographs as part of a team working on the National Mapping Programme. Your work will enable English Heritage to provide up-to-date information to its customers.
You should have a degree in archaeology or related subject and a good knowledge of British landscape archaeology.
For an application form and further details, please send an A4 sized self-addressed envelope (no stamp) quoting reference number J/078/05 to Sarah King, Human Resources, English Heritage, National Monuments Record Centre, Kemble Drive, Swindon SN2 2GZ. Closing date for receipt of applications is Friday 3 February 2006. Minicom, for TEXT PHONES only, 0800 0150516.
English Heritage values diversity and aims to employ people who reflect this.
|20 Dec 2008 03:13 PM|
|Ive already got some sites for you This is the tomb of THOTH maybe? 30 30 02 69 N 33 24 05 07 E zoom to 2089ft turn dial anti clock wise to 8 clock that's a birds head when picture is enhanced you will see two ostrich looking birds on each side of entrance. This is a coffin shaped box 29 57 51 27 N 32 05 20 83 E zoom to 1675ft turn dial anti clockwise to 9 o clock enhance to get a better pic there are other coffins around the sides and what looks like a secret entrance Ive noticed what look like steps going up on the edge. This is the face of Atlantis 61 26 49 91 S 55 42 38 67 W zoom out to 40 miles turn dial anti clockwise to 9 oclock enhance to get a better pic the pyramids are the size of peas to it.This maybe something to do with Isis or Osiris 29 54 59 37 N 32 05 47 29 E ELEV 379M At the top of the pic the volcano looks like a ship the Argo maybe in both craters there are coffins one small maybe the ark of covenant? The volcano your looking at looks like a dog with the eye being the crater. I hope you like the pics I have other tombs hidden caves carved drawings a couple more under water sunken city's and i find them by using the templars code and hidden messages in the writings of the gods PTAH and Thoth where the real founders of Templar's and masons hidden in their writings. I don't need a map just Google earth There are treasures all over the world and Ive found quite A lot and That's mainly in and around Egypt but Ive a Aztec looking entrance in Australia hidden caves on small islands around the world a big pearl in Scotland. I am a security officer but a really good researcher. Dr John Dee from the 16th century created the Voynich Manuscript Just compare his writing on his 72 angels chart etc I would not be surprised if he was from Atlantis Ive gained quite A lot from his hidden messages in his writings THEBAN alphabet I think is mostly from Atlantis. I am sorry for going on i just got carried away lol Please pass the relevant information on to the British museum my e-mail is playing up well for sending things anyway. Thanks Chris. Wilson|
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