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  1. #31
    mx
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    but don'tt get fanatical about it.
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Jul 04, 2016 at 12:52 AM.
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    Az, I eliminated Arsenic poisoning from my sysem with "VIT C ": therapy. It has been known since te 30's I had Arsenic poisoning due to carelessly assaying 33% As ore. Also during wwII I had a bombsight shop. We used open pools of Mecury as a mirrior to esablsh a true vertical. Since it was still top eecret , we worked in a closed Quanset huts where the temp often hit 120-130 F, with pools of open Mercury yet none of us ever developed Mercuty poisoning despite continuously playing around with it, such as filling a hypodermic with it and trying to shoot down flies with the Mercury.in it.. So It is not as easy as they say to contact Mercury, Lead poioning as they say. How do you "know" that you have Pb and Hg poisoning.i


    t "C" therapy for eliminating heavy metals/

    Heavy Metal Poisoning Safe Detoxification


    Heavy Metal Poisoning. Lead poisoning and other types; info | Patient


    /www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ibz0IHGNCCU


    /www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJOITLEiqqY

    http://heavymetaldetection.com/detec...FQ-oaQodHfgIlQ
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Jun 27, 2016 at 04:07 PM.
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  3. #33

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    Dave, I'm guessing you've already tried Cilantro?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    Az, I eliminated Arsenic poisoning from my sysem with "VIT C ": therapy. It has been known since te 30's I had Arsenic poisoning due to carelessly assaying 33% As ore. Also during wwII I had a bombsight shop. We used open pools of Mecury as a mirrior to esablsh a true vertical. Since it was still top eecret , we worked in a closed Quanset huts where the temp often hit 120-130 F, with pools of open Mercury yet none of us ever developed Mercuty poisoning despite continuously playing around with it, such as filling a hypodermic with it and trying to shoot down flies with the Mercury.in it.. So It is not as easy as they say to contact Mercury, Lead poioning as they say. How do you "know" that you have Pb and Hg poisoning.i


    t "C" therapy for eliminating heavy metals/

    Heavy Metal Poisoning Safe Detoxification


    Heavy Metal Poisoning. Lead poisoning and other types; info | Patient


    /www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ibz0IHGNCCU


    /www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJOITLEiqqY

    Heavy Metal Detectors
    real..i've had multiple tests done..
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  5. #35
    mx
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    Nope Ernie
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    Az, hair tests are notoriously inaccurate, I have proven this to myself with my Atomic absortion apparatus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    Nope Ernie
    Was just taking a wild guess. I know they trained bombardiers down there on some top-secret bombsights. And it's a good place for Quonset huts to reach the temps you mentioned. (The bats you apparently know about.)
    I found an early 40's nickel next to the old wind-sock there a few years ago, thought it might have been yours?
    Last edited by EarnieP; Jun 27, 2016 at 05:02 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    Az, hair tests are notoriously inaccurate, I have proven this to myself with my Atomic absortion apparatus.
    correct..hair test's suck...the test they do now are called challenge tests.....they shoot you up with a very strong chelator (dmsa) or something similar...then collect your pee for 24 hours and test the urine..the reason for the dmsa is to dislodge heavy metals that are hiding in your bones....if you just did a urine test without the dmsa you would only detect small amounts of metals that are in your system

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    I want to stay little on some LDM clues that Ted Cox believed how Waltz has stated :

    " - On making a slight bend, you will see a natural rock formation with the distinct appearance of a Roman-nosed mustang with one ear laid back over a jagged cropped mane:
    - This formation is located at the east end of a hill that looks like a Roman helmet…"

    Now I want to show you the " Roman helmet " clue in a picture which I have posted it again in the old Pit thread . In this picture the " horse " clue isn't visible because is in the shadow and the angle don't help much , but the helmet is visible and is really west of the horse like the clue says .

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    Coincidence ? I don't think so .
    Marius

    If your true to your heart,you will never go wrong.The truth is the truth,no matter how you look at it,and in every treasure story and legend there is a grain of truth . It's up to your spirit and heart to know the difference. NP





  10. #40
    mx
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    Right on AZ, that's an excellent est procedure.
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Jul 03, 2016 at 01:31 AM.
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    mx
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    Ernie, a posted - I found an early 40's nickel next to the old wind-sock there a few years ago, thought it might have been yours?

    Watchit ERNIE, wind sock indeeed
    cute, I liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarnieP View Post
    Was just taking a wild guess. I know they trained bombardiers down there on some top-secret bombsights. And it's a good place for Quonset huts to reach the temps you mentioned. (The bats you apparently know about.)
    I found an early 40's nickel next to the old wind-sock there a few years ago, thought it might have been yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    Ernie, a posted - I found an early 40's nickel next to the old wind-sock there a few years ago, thought it might have been yours?

    Watchit ERNIE, wind sock indeeed
    cute, I liked it.
    Real,
    I hope you do not think I was referring to you as an 'old wind sock'. NO, no, no!
    Nothing could be further from the truth Sir Real. I have way too much well deserved respect for you, your military service, your working experiences, and your treasure hunting history to do something like that.
    .
    I actually did find an old, I think it was 1943, nickle laying on the ground next to the old windsock (the original wind direction indicator 'windsock', a newer one was built many years later.) on that Army Air Base.

    Sorry for any misunderstanding, 'you old coot',

    EarnieP
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    Quote Originally Posted by EarnieP View Post
    Real,
    I hope you do not think I was referring to you as an 'old wind sock'. NO, no, no!
    Nothing could be further from the truth Sir Real. I have way too much well deserved respect for you, your military service, your working experiences, and your treasure hunting history to do something like that.
    .
    I actually did find an old, I think it was 1943, nickle laying on the ground next to the old windsock (the original wind direction indicator 'windsock', a newer one was built many years later.) on that Army Air Base.

    Sorry for any misunderstanding, 'you old coot',

    EarnieP
    yep....i got a feeling old real has just about done it all...i'd like to meet him someday
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  15. #45
    mx
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    No problems, ya whipper snapper, Oiney I didn't, and beides, at times I do seem to fit that suggesstion / description
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Jul 03, 2016 at 10:00 AM.
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