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  1. #16
    us
    Aug 2010
    Colorado
    56

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    I don't have an opinion on the KGC, but if you think pi is involved in construction, look into sacred geometry and see if any other dimensions (you didn't provide all of them) match up to other elements of sacred geometry. I am assuming you know such if numbers like pi are jumping out at you, but in case you haven't thought along those lines, finding another element of sg involved could help you make up our own mind.

  2. #17
    us
    Oct 2010
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cat Jockey
    I don't have an opinion on the KGC, but if you think pi is involved in construction, look into sacred geometry and see if any other dimensions (you didn't provide all of them) match up to other elements of sacred geometry. I am assuming you know such if numbers like pi are jumping out at you, but in case you haven't thought along those lines, finding another element of sg involved could help you make up our own mind.
    I have extensively looked into sacred geometry. I am a firm believer that they all( maps that are legit) are based on patterns
    off of scared geometry.....Sacred Geometry goes back a long time before JJ.
    Think Overlays of topo maps and sacred geometry!

    Interesting pic here. Look close and you can see 5 pointed stars inside of 6 pointed stars.
    Youtube videos to watch.
    . This is Basic info to get you started.

    Watch this below for incredible revealation! This is world wide and I dare say all over where you live.
    No sound on these, just incredible!
    Egypt

    Paris

    New Deli

    Baghadad


    Rome

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  3. #18
    us
    Oct 2004
    South Central Oklahoma
    TF 900, Schonstedt, Whites, Garrett, GPR, etc.
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    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Since I have seen many legit maps I can honestly say they aren't all based on sacred geometry as you claim. Most of them show topographical features that you need to find to put you in the area you need to search. Once in the area you start finding the clues. Sometimes this was just a fork in the trail or a hill. Sometimes a spiked tree or a pile of rocks. If you are lucky enough to have a carving these usually represent topographical features you need to find. Try not to over think a map or layout.
    http://okietreasurehunter.blogspot.com/

  4. #19
    us
    Oct 2010
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    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Ok, I am not saying ALL maps are based on this.
    There are always exceptions.......I would think KGC maps would be based on a pattern or patterns.

    Most Spanish Map makers made the maps in general terms and then the local markers were fitted into that map.
    Without metal detectors their had to be a way for others following in their footsteps to easily find the "goodies".

    I guess one could stumble into an area marked with treasure signs and might find a deposit based on signs alone.
    Of course if one had a map to that area and knew how to read it(decipher), one could go to those deposits easier.

    I think the above videos from youtube really show one what can be done on a huge scale.....and they are not by accident!

  5. #20

    May 2003
    USA
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    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by goverton
    Ok, I am not saying ALL maps are based on this.
    There are always exceptions.......I would think KGC maps would be based on a pattern or patterns.
    I would have to say, based on my experience, that if sacred geometry was used in a KGC map, it would be the exception rather than the rule. I've not seen it yet. I haven't seen PI, PHI, Sacred geometry, or any of these other things involved in the KGC except for mentions like this on the forums. Not in real life. There is a sort of pattern in how they layed out their caches but not with a template.

    Quote Originally Posted by goverton
    I guess one could stumble into an area marked with treasure signs and might find a deposit based on signs alone.
    Of course if one had a map to that area and knew how to read it(decipher), one could go to those deposits easier.
    Yes, stumbling into a KGC layout happens a lot, however if you find the cache, it will be by luck. You must start at the beginning in order to have success because information given in the layout is required later on in the layout. Without that information, you won't be able to solve the puzzles. As I stated in another thread, the map will show you how to get to the first marker because it is a necessity.
    Big Hoss

  6. #21

    May 2003
    USA
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    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Hey Hoss!
    Hi back SWR

  7. #22
    us
    Jun 2009
    Oklahoma
    Bounty Hunter
    55

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Quote Originally Posted by okietreasurehunter
    Please use any information provided by Orvus Lee Houk and J. Frank Dalton. That way I feel safe knowing that the treasure will still be there when I go to look for it. Keep up the good work TJ!
    I have to agree with Okie. I started out trying to help goverton figure out a site I thought he actually wanted help with. But what I should have known it wouldn't take long for a certain someone to come along and start quoting fiction and calling people naysayers. A expert in his own mind. Some one who in 2006 I quote as saying "While I am a veteran metal detector hobbyist, I am quite new at this KGC thing" is now in only 4 years and 10 months is a apparent expert compared to people who have been researching most of their adult lives. Good Ol' TJ keeps pumping out that info to misguide folks and Okie we can keep finding it and trying to help folks find it.

  8. #23
    us
    Oct 2004
    South Central Oklahoma
    TF 900, Schonstedt, Whites, Garrett, GPR, etc.
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    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    I've decided it's easier to just let them spout whatever info they want about Houk and Dalton. If folks want to swallow it hook, line, and sinker that is their own fault since there is so much info out there to show the truth of what cons they were. So grab up them KGC treasure templates and head out and get rich. Then again, the only way to get rich with the KGC is to write a book.
    http://okietreasurehunter.blogspot.com/

  9. #24
    us
    Oct 2010
    407
    10 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Well, I have finally cracked the codes on my maps!!


  10. #25
    us
    Oct 2004
    South Central Oklahoma
    TF 900, Schonstedt, Whites, Garrett, GPR, etc.
    374
    28 times

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    Enjoy your new found wealth! It's a good time to own gold and silver.
    http://okietreasurehunter.blogspot.com/

  11. #26
    us
    Aug 2009
    46
    4 times

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?


    In support of TJ and his post, "Jesse James and the Lost Cause". These underground cities do exist and several have been found, most by accident. I cannot remember the the town or state this took place in, but about 7-8 years ago, I read/saw on the net a story about how a complete underground 'city' was found. The modern people had absolutely no knowledge of its' existence.

    If memory serves me correctly it was discovered because the owner of a store noticed the brick work on one wall at the bottom of a flite of stairs, was a little different than the other walls. The owner had some preliminary work done and determined there was a hollow behind the wall. He had workmen break through the wall, and when they went in they found another stairway going deeper. At the bottom of this stairway they were dumbfounded to find a well layed out 'city'.

    The photos that accompanied the article showed store fronts with living quarters, either behind or next to the store. The buildings were complete with glass and doors; the doors were closed but not locked, and still in perfect working order. There was evidence that people had lived in the area for some time. There were all the usual chairs, tables, washstands, and other day to day living needs still in place. Stoves had piping going upwards and were apparently fitted into flues that were located in buildings above ground. All the flue openings were closed off concealing any evidence of their existence.

    A few other sealed exits were found that ended at the basement walls of other above ground establishments. None of the owners were aware of these entrance/exits.

    Counters were in place in business establishments. The streets were clean and devoid of trash. It was estimated that up to 400 hundred or so people could have lived in the place. When and why the people left is not known. It was obvious they left in a very orderly manner. The entrances were walled up with the knowledge of the above ground people.

    This apparently was a secret community. There are no records of this underground community or who built it over what period of time. There was no mention of it found in any record anywhere. From the type of construction it was determined that it had been built in the last quarter of the 19th century.

    I checked on line by typing in "Underground Cities" or "Towns" but could not find any info on this particular one. I would definitely remember the photos if I had. Perhaps someone of the members might recall reading about it.




  12. #27
    us
    Mar 2011
    N/W ARKANSAS
    FISHER
    422
    61 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Who can make sense of these signs?

    GRILLZ,
    THAT SOUNDS A LOT LIKE THE STORY OF EUREKA SPRINGS ARKANSAS.
    THEIR DOWN TOWN AREA COULDN'T KEEP UP WITH THE REST OF TOWN AS IT WAS A FAST GROWING TOURIST TOWN DUE TO IT'S SO CALLED HEALING SPRINGS.
    THOSE SAME SPRINGS AND SOME POOR CITY PLANNING CAUSED THE MAIN STREETS TO FLOOD AND CREATE PROBLEMS FOR THE TOURIST INDUSTRY THERE.

    THE CITY PLANNERS GOT TOGETHER AND MADE A NEW PLAN TO CREATE STREETS ABOUT TEN TO FIFTEEN FEET ABOVE THE OLD STREETS, WHICH MADE THE ORIGINAL SHOPS AND BUSINESS BUILDINGS UNDER GROUND, AND THE NEW SHOPS WERE BUILT ON TOP OF THE OLD AND THE CITY WORKERS RELAID SEWER AND OTHER SERVICES, SOME DIRECTLY ON THE OLD STREET.
    THE OLD STORE FRONTS WERE LEFT IN PLACE AND JUST BRICKED UP TO MAKE SOLID WALLS TO KEEP FLOOD WATER OUT OF THE NEW STORE'S OLD BASEMENTS.

    A LARGE CHUNK OF PAVEMENT FELL THRU SEVERAL YEARS AGO AND SUDDENLY EVERY BODY DISCOVERED THIS "UNDERGROUND CITY" WHICH WASN'T NEWS TO ANY ONE THAT HAD LIVED THERE VERY LONG AT ALL.

    I CAN SEE THIS SAME THING HAPPENING ELSEWHERE AND JUST BEING FORGOTTEN ONLY TO BE DISCOVERED AGAIN AFTER ENOUGH TIME HAS PASSED.

    IT COULD HAPPEN ANY WHERE


    PROSPECTORMIKEL
    ....JESUS IS LORD.
    ...................THE BIBLE IS GOD'S WORD.
    .................................. HEAVEN IS MY REAL HOME.

 

 
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