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  1. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeman View Post
    * "Code cracking" ability doesn't seem extend to deciphering that this is a 3 year old thread or that the OP hasn't been on TN since early 2019.
    Sorry friend, thanks for letting me know.
    So all topics older than 3 years are not valid?
    And please tell me what OP and TN is, I really don't know, this is the first time in my life that I have entered a forum and I am no longer young.

    It seems that everything bothers people, even small things, a lot of hate in this world. We need love, not wars.
    .
    ...and about deciphering codes, I'll give you a heart, let's see if you know what it is about.
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    I can dig it! "WP"

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    "OP" stands for "Original Poster" of a thread and TN stands for "Treasure Net".

    By the way "YW"
    See if you can break the code

    Speaking of codes here are some fun ones to break................

    *Hint
    The answer to number one is : 26 letters of the Alphabet


    1. 26 L of the A
    2. 7 D of the W
    3. 7 W of the W
    4. 12 S of the Z
    5. 66 B of the B
    6. 52 C in a D (W J)
    7. 13 S in the U S F
    8. 18 H on a G C
    9. 39 B of the O T
    10. 5 T on a F
    11. 90 D in a R A
    12. 3 B M (S H T R)
    13. 32 is the T in D F at which W F
    14. 3 W on a T
    15. 100 C in a D
    16. 12 M in a Y
    17. 8 T on an O
    18. 29 D in F in a L Y
    19. 27 B in the N T
    20. 365 D in a Y
    21. 13 L in a B D
    22. 52 W in a Y
    23. 9 L of a C
    24. 60 M in an H
    25. 23 P of C in the H B
    26. 64 S on a C B
    27. 1000 Y in a M
    28. 15 M on a D M C
    29. 12 N on a C
    30. 2 E on a F
    31. 11 P on a CT
    32. 3600 S in an H
    33. 5 O in W
    34. 3 S of W
    Last edited by Goodyguy; Jul 29, 2020 at 06:07 PM.

  3. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodyguy View Post
    "OP" stands for "Original Poster" of a thread and TN stands for "Treasure Net".

    By the way "YW"
    See if you can break the code

    Speaking of codes here are some fun ones to break................

    *Hint
    The answer to number one is : 26 letters of the Alphabet


    1. 26 L of the A
    2. 7 D of the W
    3. 7 W of the W
    4. 12 S of the Z
    5. 66 B of the B
    6. 52 C in a P (W J)
    7. 13 S in the U S F
    8. 18 H on a G C
    9. 39 B of the O T
    10. 5 T on a F
    11. 90 D in a R A
    12. 3 B M (S H T R)
    13. 32 is the T in D F at which W F
    14. 15 P in a R T
    15. 3 W on a T
    16. 100 C in a D
    17. 11 P in a F (S) T
    18. 12 M in a Y
    19. 13 is U F S
    20. 8 T on an O
    21. 29 D in F in a L Y
    22. 27 B in the N T
    23. 365 D in a Y
    24. 13 L in a B D
    25. 52 W in a Y
    26. 9 L of a C
    27. 60 M in an H
    28. 23 P of C in the H B
    29. 64 S on a C B
    30. 9 P in S A
    31. 6 B to an O in C
    32. 1000 Y in a M
    33. 15 M on a D M C
    34. 29 T in P F T?
    35. 5 L from A are V ??
    36. 12 N in C
    37. 2 E in F
    38. 11 P in CT
    39. 9 P in U
    40. 19 C in CB
    41. 24 F in M
    42. 3600 S in H
    43. 29 S in I
    44. 5 O in W
    45. 3 S in W
    Friend.
    Your challenge is not an enigma.
    It is a simple logic + vocabulary game.
    If I mastered the English language, I would do it in 5 minutes.
    But as I only speak Portuguese and use google translate to write here, it gets a little complicated.
    But to satisfy you, line 2 is:
    7 days a week.

    Thank you and have a long life.
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    I can dig it! "WP"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS View Post
    Friend.
    Your challenge is not an enigma.
    It is a simple logic + vocabulary game.
    If I mastered the English language, I would do it in 5 minutes.
    But as I only speak Portuguese and use google translate to write here, it gets a little complicated.
    But to satisfy you, line 2 is:
    7 days a week.

    Thank you and have a long life.

    obrigado e uma vida longa e próspera para você amigo

    GG~

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS View Post
    Good morning friend.
    Okay, I'm a person who has studied some concepts deeply and applied them in some cases not unveiled of hidden treasures.

    So I am willing to find a partner who can do this and we split the treasures in half.
    Understood?
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    The "Peralta Stones" map?
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    Good night.
    Can anyone give you an idea of what this might be?
    It only appears once on the satellite, and it is close to the heart of the previous image.
    It's in the Arizona desert.
    If anyone has an idea, I'm grateful.

    (... if there is an error in my text, it is the fault of google translate, I use it to write.)
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  6. #21
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    Do you have gps coordinates so we can look? A lot of resolution is being lost through pics.
    Resident De-Bunker. I'm blunt because I don't have time to indulge your fantasies. Treasure is found down here on Earth, not on Google Earth.

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    Can anyone tell if there has been silver mining in the state of Arizona in the past?

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    Here the same image with gamma, brightness and contrast adjustment.
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  9. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS View Post
    Can anyone tell if there has been silver mining in the state of Arizona in the past?
    I can publish the coordinates, after finding someone who can be a partner fifty-fifty.
    But first we have to come to the conclusion that it can all be real.
    Last edited by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS; Jul 31, 2020 at 05:17 PM.

  10. #25
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    You're looking for a partner as you aren't in the USA, which is understandable, but what will be your additional contribution besides google earth images (respectfully, we all have equal access to to google earth). As far as the white stuff in your pics, some sort of waste or ground mineralization/colorization, as there is a rather well worn ATV/OTV /Offroad path on both sides of it, so reasonably we can eliminate it being anything of value.
    Last edited by GoDeep; Jul 31, 2020 at 08:04 PM.
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    Resident De-Bunker. I'm blunt because I don't have time to indulge your fantasies. Treasure is found down here on Earth, not on Google Earth.

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    Don't put too much faith in free share-ware images. The County GIS aerial image of my property puts a large shiny spot in my former sheep pasture where there is nothing but grass. Cloud under the aircraft? Wet spot after a rain? Lens aberration?

    Free doesn't imply a lot of image correction or processing care.
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    Good morning friends.
    Can anyone tell me if a non-American person (in the case of Brazil) can apply to the government for the rights to a treasure or mineral deposit in the USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS View Post
    Good morning friends.
    Can anyone tell me if a non-American person (in the case of Brazil) can apply to the government for the rights to a treasure or mineral deposit in the USA?
    From the BLM website:

    "Who Can Stake a Claim?: United States citizens who have reached the age of discretion under the law of the state of residence; or legal immigrants who have declared their intention to become a citizen; or a corporation organized under the laws of any state may locate a mining claim."
    Resident De-Bunker. I'm blunt because I don't have time to indulge your fantasies. Treasure is found down here on Earth, not on Google Earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoDeep View Post
    From the BLM website:

    "Who Can Stake a Claim?: United States citizens who have reached the age of discretion under the law of the state of residence; or legal immigrants who have declared their intention to become a citizen; or a corporation organized under the laws of any state may locate a mining claim."
    Friend.
    Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARCHAEOLOGIST PARTNERS View Post
    I can publish the coordinates, after finding someone who can be a partner fifty-fifty.
    Just following up on my earlier post, when you say you want a partner that can be 50/50, what other resources do you bring to the table that will entice a partner to sign on with you at a 50/50 split? Do you have funding to bankroll the exploration of the site(s)? Do you have mining equipment (bull dozers, front end loaders, dump trucks, trommels and the necessary heavy transporting trucks and trailers)? Do you have the necessary documentation, visa's and permits to be here in country for extended periods of time?(if not, you better start applying now, as that can now take a year or more to procure due to new regulations).
    Last edited by GoDeep; Aug 01, 2020 at 02:31 PM.
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    Resident De-Bunker. I'm blunt because I don't have time to indulge your fantasies. Treasure is found down here on Earth, not on Google Earth.

 

 
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