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    Enlarge the picture a little at a time! Read the rock its telling you something it's a picture of Albert Pike! It doesn't matter if all the trees die we can read the rocks!

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    From the pictures on the rock mean something doesn't it! It places Albert Pike at the treasure sight! Does it knot?
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  3. #78

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    It has just dawned on me that I have discovered a KGC site!
    These are not the same treasure! Could those clever masons bury 2 treasures in the same hole? It seems that way! Is this even believable? The site sure is big?
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  4. #79

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    Take "pics"/videos...

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    K.G.C. Cache
    Quote Originally Posted by Chadeaux View Post


    Not sure what you're talking about. 9+3=12 ... not 13.

    Since everyone says these numbers used by KGC and others in their clues are related to scripture, we would probably do well to see how those numbers are actually used in scripture.

    The number 3 is used in scripture to denote emphasis or importance, and the number 7 is used in scripture to represent perfection.

    That is why the number 666 is used to mark the wild beast. 6 is one short of perfection, representing man removed from God. The number repeated 3 times to emphasize the gap. Remember, it says of the number 666, "This is where it calls for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the number of the wild beast, for it is a manís number, and its number is 666." (Revelation 13:18)

    While the ones who left clues may have had other things in mind, that is the way scripture uses those numbers. Why is that brought up?

    To say that 3 represents perfection (but it does make the strongest geometric shape) is incorrect from the scriptural viewpoint.

    A cube has 6 sides and 8 points, thus a die is numbered 1 to six with the total of any two opposing sides equal to 7.

    A pyramid has 5 sides and 7 points.
    The explanation of the cube is Masonic, the symbol shown in the post is K.G.C., however, both came from Albert Pike. One society was part of the other secret society only because of initiation into both societies. Does that make more sense?

    L.C.
    "HISTORY IS A PACK OF LIES AGREED UPON " Napoleon Bonaparte

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    I can put Albert Pike at the supposedly treasure site. Didn't
    he travel around to all these sights (cache) all over the United states? The number 3 can mean many different things it would be hard to explain them all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.C. BAKER View Post
    Here is what he is describing. The numbers 3-5-and 7 are what I was drawing attention to. Also the triangle symbol all freemason's symbols that are contained in a K.G.C. symbol. The R/61 is the rebellion of 1861.

    Attachment 1454185

    link to Book here http://www.sacred-texts.com/mas/md/
    The 3,5,7 represents something more important to mankind. It is the directions to mankinds place of origin. Believe it or not.
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  8. #83

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    I believe Albert Pike knew about the secret societies! I can place him in Danville cache maybe? Bet he went to Lynchburg too
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  9. #84

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    Show yer proof here______.

  10. #85

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    If it can be shown by a picture , I would have to reveal a secret. I don't know if that's sufficient evidence of proving anything ! I do believe it's a treasure site though.
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  11. #86

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    Quote Originally Posted by William the Conqueror View Post
    If it can be shown by a picture , I would have to reveal a secret. I don't know if that's sufficient evidence of proving anything ! I do believe it's a treasure site though.
    Eh...?

  12. #87

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    The picture of the wreck of the old 97!
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  13. #88

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    My boss at 3rd Div. HQ of Va. State Police wrote a book on "Old 97" years ago.

  14. #89

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    That's awesome ! A terrible accident! If it hadn't been going so fast! I hope the mail finally got there!
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