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    Oct 2017
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    Looking for apprenticeship

    Hello everyone,

    Iím here looking for someone with the knowledge and experience of finding lost treasure and lost mines, as well as the knowledge on how to do the right research to find these items. Preferably someone whoís a bit older and wants to pass down the knowledge theyíve gathered over the years and wants the treasure hunting skills passed down a few generations. Im 22 years old and in the military. I live in Arizona and know this is one of the better places to be for treasure hunting. Iím very eager to learn and do some runs with someone whoís just as eager to teach. If interested or have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

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    Welcome to the forum from SoCal. Good luck with your endeavors!
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    Welcome to the forum from Port Allegheny, Pennsylvania
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    Welcome to the forum, and Thank You for your service!

    Grew up in Arizona, riding into the Bradshaw Mountains with my Dad (up the old Swilling trail to Prescott from the north end of Lake Pleasant), when I was Seven. Lot's of lost treasures, Spanish mines, AZ Gold Rush mines. Most people DO NOT want to share their knowledge, or mentor an eager young person like you. The best place to start is your local library. Talk to the Librarian and explain the INFORMATION that you are looking to find. That usually leads to more material, and even more questions. Look at older maps of the cities or countryside you're interested in.

    I'll answer any questions I can for you TerrySoloman@aol.com but I won't tell you where to find my treasures!

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    us
    Sep 2017
    Southwest US
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    Welcome,

    I have never had an apprentice make it past the
    "Wax on - Wax off" stage of training yet. No
    My name is not Mr. Miagi.

    Best to start searching the online archives. UofA
    Has some of the oldest historical accounts from
    Newspapers, court records, military history etc.
    Last edited by Chiltepin; Oct 13, 2017 at 05:00 PM.
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    6 Cloves of Garlic
    1 x 16 ounce can of Chile Colorado sauce (sold as Enchilada sauce)
    Salt
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    Crock Pot- Cook on High 1 hour ( stir every 2 hours)
    Proceed on Low for 5 hours or until Fork Tender
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    Add Cornstarch to Crock pot to thicken

    Sever with rice , with side of beans and tortillas
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    Sep 2014
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    Welcome to the forum.

    Who's military?

    What branch?

    Just checking.
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    us
    Oct 2017
    Southern Arizona
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    I’m here to have the chance to learn. That’s all I need

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    us
    Oct 2017
    Southern Arizona
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    I’m in the United States Air Force. Why do you ask?

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    us
    Sep 2017
    Southwest US
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    Quote Originally Posted by RequiemOfPhantom View Post
    I’m in the United States Air Force. Why do you ask?
    L or DM? Never mind don't answer that.(edited)

    I can help you get started pm me, If you need any help.
    Last edited by Chiltepin; Oct 13, 2017 at 06:22 PM.
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    Chile Colorado
    4-5lbs Choice Boneless Chuck Roast -(Trim Fat) Cut into 2 inch cubes
    6 Cloves of Garlic
    1 x 16 ounce can of Chile Colorado sauce (sold as Enchilada sauce)
    Salt
    Pepper

    Crock Pot- Cook on High 1 hour ( stir every 2 hours)
    Proceed on Low for 5 hours or until Fork Tender
    (Mix 3 - 4 tablespoons of Cornstarch with cold water)
    Add Cornstarch to Crock pot to thicken

    Sever with rice , with side of beans and tortillas
    Serves 6-10 (Freeze left overs in container(s) )

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    us
    Oct 2017
    Southern Arizona
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Well id be interested in meeting up if you are.
    Last edited by RequiemOfPhantom; Oct 13, 2017 at 06:21 PM.

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    us
    Nov 2013
    TN
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    Quote Originally Posted by RequiemOfPhantom View Post
    Iím in the United States Air Force. Why do you ask?
    He's kinda joking. We get lots of new posters on here talking treasure and meaning scam. Your command of the English language marks you as not one of them imo. Welcome and best of luck in all your careers! Like the others have said, get out there and get started on your own. You'll run into like minded people and eventually youll hit it off with someone and enjoy yourself even more.
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    Sep 2014
    Midwest, North of 36į60'
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    USAF?

    Awesome! Thank you for serving Our county.



    Stay safe out there Sir.
    Liberty is the Freedom to do the next Right thing.

    In God We Trust


  13. #13
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    Sir

    Sep 2015
    Connecticut
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    Join a treasure hunting club close by. Good hunting and good luck.
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    too bad I am in indy, however I only take female apprentices anywho
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    Hi Requiem. I wish you lived in my area of rural central Texas because I need to find a trustworthy apprentice a.s.a.p. Here's my appeal on my website's Blog. You might find my site informative and helpful if you'll view all of the sections. Don't give up your search for a mentor because there are some of us out here who want to pass along what we've learned to people from younger generations. That way we can keep history and knowledge alive after we're gone.
    Seeking Apprentice History Researcher/KGC Treasure Hunter - Knights of the Golden Circle

    ~Texas Jay
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