The ARK/ARCH Anomalies in 9/11 & 7/7 London Bombings....
TO San Francisco (USA) and Hackney Wick (GB)
Target: Pentagon (Building Value of 5/V), Washington, DC ---
9/11 ANOMALY - NO TARGET!
Train 204 - Circle Line East - Liverpool Street to Aldgate
Train 331 - Piccadilly Line South - King's Cross to Russell Square / From Cockfosters to Heathrow
(Above - London) Marble Arch is based the design of the Constantine Arch in Rome, intending it to be the front gate of Buckingham Palace. Unfortunately the arch proved to be too narrow for the State Coach, and it was moved to its present position in 1851.
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References To Arks and Arches
In Religion - Ark (synagogue), Ark of the Covenant, Ark of bulrushes, Noah's Ark & Joan of Ark. In Geography - Ark, Virginia, Ark, for Arkansas & The Ark (fortress) in Bukhara, Uzbekistan. In Technology - Ark (computing), Ark Linux, Interstellar ark & Ark (river boat). In Narratives - Stargate: The Ark of Truth a 2007 film following the conclusion of Stargate: SG-1, Ark (2004 film), The Ark (Transformers), The Ark (Doctor Who), The Ark (Stargate Atlantis) & Ark (Noon Universe). In the British Royal Navy - HMS Ark Royal, a prestigious ship name in the Royal Navy. The name has been given to five ships: HMS Ark Royal (1587), HMS Ark Royal (1914), HMS Ark Royal (91), HMS Ark Royal (R09) and HMS Ark Royal (R07), the current Fleet Flagship of the Royal Navy. Other Meanings - The Ark (Antarctica) mountain, The Ark (newspaper) California, The London Ark an office block in Hammersmith London, Ark (toy company), Ark (scooter) & The Ark (album), a bootleg album by Frank Zappa.
An arch is a curved structure capable of spanning a space while supporting significant weight. Arch or ARCH may also refer to: Arch- a Greek prefix for "Leading" or "Ruling", such as in archbishop or archangel. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri (USA). Arches National Park in Utah (USA). GNU arch. Arches, Cantal, a commune of the Cantal département, in France. Arches, Vosges, a commune of the Vosges département, in France. In dentistry, refers to the ensemble of teeth in either jaw. In geology, a convex bend or fold in rock layers, also called an anticline; Natural arch, a rock form with a naturally occurring passageway. Arches of the foot, a part of human feet. Arch, Switzerland, a municipality in the Swiss canton of Bern. On the Zork calendar, Arch is the third month of the year. In fingerprints, a basic pattern.
Arc/Archer in Surnames
Finally, there are people with Arc/Arch in their surnames. For example, Mary and Jeffrey Archer. Jeffrey is infamous for his liaison with Monica Coghlan and her death (27 April 2001) before he was put on trial (30 May - 19 July 2001) for perjury and perverting the course of justice. He is well know for writing numerous poetic novels including Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, Shall We Tell the President?, Kane and Abel, A Quiver Full of Arrows, A Matter of Honour, As the Crow Flies, Twelve Red Herrings, The Eleventh Commandment, A Prisoner of Birth, among others. The Wonga Coup and the theft of a life-sized sculpture of a naked shepherd and four sheep together with a bronze of a naked girl doing a handstand from his backyard and their ultimate recovery in Black Pit Drove, have also put the Archers in the media spotlight.
Anne Archer American actress, Colin Archer naval architect, Frederick Scott Archer British pioneer of photography, Gleason Archer, Sr. founder of Suffolk University, Gleason Archer Jr., American theologian, Iain Archer Irish musician, James Archer Scottish painter, Johnny Archer American professional pool player, Tasmin Archer English soul/pop/rock singer, etc.,
Last but not Least Joan of Arc