Re: Aztec hidden gold?|
July 21, 2002 at 15:45:20
In Reply to: Re: Aztec gold hidden in Yucatan?
posted by Balam on July 21, 2002 at 13:24:08
Balam, I don't know of other forum posters have the historical research back ground you require. There have been Aztec posts on this Treasure Net forum over the last five years off and on.|
The people in Utah have many interesting Aztec opinions and some evidence that the Aztecs allegedly came from this area before they went to Mexico City and that because of this association, they again returned to Utah with their Treasure for their last rites before they went to the four winds being Aztec no longer.
My work has taken me there also, but not for the reasons these posters believe.
To me, the Aztec had a definate purpose with what they did with the Temple treasure. By purpose, I mean that no Aztec could have life without mythological understanding and vise versa.
Perhaps the Aztecs were the only people on earth that regarded religion and life one as the same. Therefore with this premise I say that Aztec mythology must be fulfilled in removing the Temple Treasure, and that it was fulfilled to the letter of mythology.
This was not simple Sunday outting to ditch this cache from the Spanish. If so? They could have done this one mile away rather then 2,000 miles away. In deed, I feel that their mission was for mythology and not of convenience. I am certain that many of them died in this dedicated obedience to Quetzacoatl.
5 will get you 10 that this cache area was difficult because it would not have been done by the site just being a great cache place. The Aztecs would have to go 2,000 miles just for a great place to cache their loot. They had this at home.
The cache place would be done with the same beliefs required for the construction of Mexico city originally. 100% mythology.
I doubt if you will find this thought in history books. but I think this is what really happened, because absolute mythological order was in everything the Aztecs did. And I think this was the reason Coronado and other expeditions failed to find this fortune over the last almost 500 years. It was learned that results could not always be achieved by torturing or murdering Indians.
The answer will be found in Aztec Mythology I surmise. What I said about Mayan interests is the old addage that if you see one indian others will surely to be near too.
Today we call this the grape vien of gossip. But you're right Yucatan by association is a great place to look for Aztec Treasure. I myself chose Utah for a completely different reason, because of the possible fulfilled mythological significance which exists rarely in nature.
There is a lot about this relationship of Aztecs to Utah by evidence found by many people. There is just too much to scoff at. If true this reduces the search thousands of times into one small area.
Here is some web pages that may have more of what you wish? http://www.geocities.com/Baja/Outback/5018/index.html
Here is another:http://pub10.ezboard.com/bthetreasuresofutah
Also PBS has shown an interesting historical presentation of where the Aztecs went by physical evidence. You may inquire about this?
I wish you luck,