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  1. #76

    Jun 2007
    Dowsing rods
    392
    47 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    Quote Originally Posted by cptbil
    I just now tried to send you an email!
    But!
    It would not go thru!
    Something to do with the address!
    I've sent you 3 emails at your yahoo account. You never replied.....(you must have not ever received them?) Let's just try this email system here. You first. stvn.

  2. #77
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
    1,402
    50 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    As to my getting your emails...
    I have a direct satellite link, HughesNet (aka Directway) !
    I have had months and months of trouble with it!
    There are times when I can't access the internet because the "rec" or "trans" circuits will not connect!
    I have called them 7 times
    They can't figure out what is going on!
    They want to send a serviceman out, @ $125/hr!
    That would be a three hr service call!
    $375 Total !
    He_ _ !
    It didn't orginally, cost that much to purchase system and have it installed in the first place ($300) !!
    Sometimes, I am completely, "offline" for days/week at a time!
    I am going to be switching to "Wild Blue" Satellite Service ($250) !
    CptBil & Bugs

  3. #78
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
    1,402
    50 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    Urban Prospector:
    Is that a "Metro" that I see in your driveway?
    Are you going to be available for this coming fall/winter?
    Where in So. Ca. do you live ?
    This cavern with the "Falling Rocks" is in the desert area of southern Ca. in an area few people would consider as a Treasure Area!
    "Except ! for it's name !
    There's no clue!
    CptBil & Bugs

  4. #79

    Jun 2007
    Dowsing rods
    392
    47 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    Quote Originally Posted by cptbil
    As to my getting your emails...
    I have a direct satellite link, HughesNet (aka Directway) !
    I have had months and months of trouble with it!
    There are times when I can't access the internet because the "rec" or "trans" circuits will not connect!
    I have called them 7 times
    They can't figure out what is going on!
    They want to send a serviceman out, @ $125/hr!
    That would be a three hr service call!
    $375 Total !
    He_ _ !
    It didn't orginally, cost that much to purchase system and have it installed in the first place ($300) !!
    Sometimes, I am completely, "offline" for days/week at a time!
    I am going to be switching to "Wild Blue" Satellite Service ($250) !
    Cappy: I just re-sent to you the emails to your yahoo account. Are you saying that when you can get online that you cannot get into your yahoo account If it is "Yes.", then here is what you do. Follow the instruction for "Forgot my password" so they can issue you a new one. They will send a new password to the alternate account that you yourself have designated when you set the account up. Once you have that new password, you will be able to get in. Once you get in, change their new password to another one that you create. Best to use over 10+ digits, and mix letters and numbers. Then, you have to change this every 4-7 days until whoever hacked your account password gets tired of trying to re-hack your yahoo account in the first place. On a separate note, and on-topic. I want to call your attention to watch the YouTube link I posted called "Treasure Hunter - interview." Montezuma's gold is briefly discussed as being in Utah , implied to be in some lakes on private land. It is extremely possible, even probable that there are more than 1-2 Montezuma locations. There is mentioned in a reply on this thread some explorer that brought interpretors from Mexico City that found a tribe that spoke Aztec living in the SW-US, implied to be descendants of Montezuma's human pack-train. They had an advanceed astronomolical knowledge, architecture, roadbuilding, empire wide communication system, & metallurgy to name a few. And, I find it laughable that someone would imply(or state) that transporting 50 tons of gold and artistic & sacred objects would be a big problem for the Aztec when they had no wheel nor horse!!! Dude, we REALLY NEED TO GET OUR PRIVATE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM up & running!! ;-) I got week old yahoo emails NOT answered by you yet, Cappy! stvn.

  5. #80
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
    1,402
    50 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    No!
    My internet account has not been "Hacked"
    But
    Thanks for the concern/reply!
    When I said/meant, is that I can't get/access "online"
    I am saying that my Hughes Net, Company supplied (bought for $75) modem that is hooked is hard wired, between, the satellite dish, outside on this room, and sends information back to the computer.
    Will not connect to the Satellite!
    There are five lights on this modem.
    "LAN, Trans., Rec., System, and Power"!
    When I have or am, connected to the satellite,
    The Power and LAN lites are on!
    But!
    The, "Rec. & Trans.," Lites are also on, to indicate that the modem is connected to the satellite and "receiving" ( or transmitting) a signal from/to the satellite!
    When these two lights are not on!
    I am not connected and am not receiving any signal!
    Therefore I can't get to anything,"Internet" related, much less, to my check my email !
    CptBil & Bugs

  6. #81
    us
    TEA...taxed enough already

    Oct 2005
    San Diego California
    Bounty Hunter
    350
    93 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    When I am wireless, I have to make sure that no wireless phone including cellphones are not in line with (or nearby) my computer. They use the same frequencies. So turn the phone completely off or move to another location away from the phone. Just my experience.

  7. #82
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
    1,402
    50 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    Bobinsd:
    This is not a portable rig!
    The "Dish" outside is about 4' dia, 6' high, & set in 100lbs of concrete
    The send/rec'r unit that is on the dish, sends the signal inside, to the HN7000 Modem
    From the Modem, the signal is sent to the computer!
    The modem on the outside unit,
    That is what is not working ??
    AND!
    "Hughes Net" has No Idea what is wrong!
    I have called them EIGHT! times
    I have spent hours & hours on the phone
    Their technical people have no idea what to do!
    I am going to cancel the service and
    I'll just have to blow $350 good-by
    Because of their P--- Poor Service!
    A Company that can't even fix their own equipment!

    CptBil & Bugs

  8. #83
    us
    Cptbild

    Oct 2005
    NM/AZ/CA/Co/Utah & P.I. Tx.
    339
    7 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    My partner and I will be going into this area sometime on this upcoming trip
    We'll be out for about 12 months
    Some time during the trip we'll be heading there
    Anyone care to join us during the trip there ?
    Cptbild & Bugs

  9. #84
    us
    TEA...taxed enough already

    Oct 2005
    San Diego California
    Bounty Hunter
    350
    93 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    What "Aztec description" are you referring to?

    12 months?? I hope it's in Hawaii.

  10. #85
    Cptbil

    Mar 2003
    Az/NM/Ca/Nv/Tx
    1,402
    50 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    To all of you, ( & anyone else)
    (Az Explorer, Lost Delta, Chelly P., Bobinsd, Mr. Adventure, Urban Prospector)

    Who had/have expressed an interest in "Doc's" & My Trip

    ABOUT & FOR
    The Forum: "Treasure Legends" "Aztec Gold"
    The Topic:
    "A Good Possible, Montezuma Location"
    TRIP(s)
    I offer my apologe, for,
    Taking SO!!! Darn!! Long!
    In answering your requests information

    Here's The Scoop!
    We are, after many, many delays, finally within a couple of weeks, of taking off !
    We are planning on a 12+ month long trip !
    The trip will cover NM,Az, So/Cent CA, Nv, Utah & CO.
    We will be checking out, FULLY RESEARCHED SITES in these different states
    Example:
    1..Large Storage Cavern in The Sacramento Mnts, NM...Very deep, very Large!
    2..A large unknown cavern system, The Caballo Mnts, NM
    3..A cache in the Ladrone Mnts, NM
    4..A cave with a mummified Indian Body & Relics, etc, NM/Az
    5..A canyon on NM/Az Border, with a gold cache, in a cave
    6..Possible Aztec ? (Relics/Gold) in a canyon AZ/NM Border
    7..Spanish Mine & Silver Bar Cache (With Church Relics) NW Nogales, Az
    A BREAK!
    ( in Chandler, AZ to help a friend get her airplane readyed for some "Aerial Surveying" )
    We'll camp out, at her ranch (Gilbert,AZ)
    If you'd still? like to come along....
    You PAY! Only Your Expenses
    You can join us anywhere along the trip/line...NM..AZ..CA ..NV, etc!
    Stay for as long as you like .... share equally in any finds made then
    SNAKE BITES, OPTIONAL !
    &
    ARE FREE !
    CptBil & Bugs

  11. #86
    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
    14,603
    11803 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    HI BUGS, and bill: No T A Y O P A Piker hehehhe

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  12. #87
    us
    Nov 2008
    Holyoke, Ma
    White's Prizm™ IV
    61

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    Let me know how this goes.

  13. #88
    us
    Cptbild

    Oct 2005
    NM/AZ/CA/Co/Utah & P.I. Tx.
    339
    7 times

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    SORRY!
    But!
    I do not publize any finds!
    Cptbild & Bugs

  14. #89
    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
    14,603
    11803 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: A Good Possible, Montezuma Treasure Location

    hi bugs & it We are a sneaky bunch eh? ehhehheh

    Wanna bororw my wheelbarrow? I only use it lately to carry my loot to the Union Bank of Switzerland.

    Don't forget that you owe me a pot of hot camp coffee Bill.

    Smooch Bugs

    Don Jose d eLa Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

 

 
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