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    Close up of horse map

    Does anyone have close ups of the real horse map. particularly want to see the lightly etched carvings on top and above caballo.

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    us
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc4261 View Post
    Does anyone have close ups of the real horse map. particularly want to see the lightly etched carvings on top and above caballo.
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    ca
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    One that Mike M. had posted a few years ago.....

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    and one of my own ....

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    Hell,you ain't never too old to look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    One that Mike M. had posted a few years ago.....

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    and one of my own ....

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    Thanks for the pic, Didn't if what was in blue was a real line, but pic shows it well. I def know where this is now.Click image for larger version. 

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    Anyone have a close up of mark above cabollo ? what it is?

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    There are many doors in and out of the mnts,but none so hidden as the ones in front of you.
    Do you possess the knowledge of the spirit to let you enter them? NP

    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





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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
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    Sorry , meant the mark above the c in the word cabollo.

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    When you overlay a portion the horse map onto a map of southern New Mexico, scaled and registered to the bend in the Rio Grande east of the Caballo Range, some interesting coincidences become apparent. Many of the miscellaneous symbols near the horse map seem to fit perfectly on well-known "treasure legend landmarks" on the New Mexico map (Google Earth aerial). "Caballo Cross" is at Willie's (Douthit) Cave in the southern Caballos; "Map Cave" is at the mysterious petroglyph site of the same name east of Santa Rita NM; "Bridal Chamber" is at the gigantic block of pure silver mined at Lake Valley NM; "Rabb" is near a "lost mine with an iron door" allegedly found in Noonday Canyon by none other than Gus Raney's brother (the late Gus Raney was long rumored to be a guardian of chuch treasure in NM); "Adams Diggings" is at the village site of the same name, just south of Raney's ranch. Some other interesting correlations (not shown here) relate to the "Rio" on the horse map and the headwaters region of the Gila River in western NM. Just coincidences I guess.
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    As far as your "symbol above the C" on the horse map, its east-west leg seems to fall directly on the 33į0' north latitude parallel, two miles directly west of Spaceport America, and its center on a line that connects Palomas Gap and Victorio Peak - another two well-known "treasure legend" landmarks in the Caballo region. Of course, everybody knows the horse map relates to central Arizona, so all these observations must just be more coincidences.
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    Last edited by sdcfia; May 18, 2018 at 08:13 PM.
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    "The illusion of freedom will continue as long as itís profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater." Frank Zappa

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    ca
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    It's been claimed that the H/P stone was created by an old Mexican friend of the family, with a young girl's coloring book having been the source of the image used for the horse on the stone. I have spoken on the telephone with the lady who told me she owned that very same coloring book as a child. If true, it kinda blows apart the theories of the artist not having Spanish as a first language IMO. Others, who were part of the same research group have related the same story to me and a few other listeners as well . It also unfortunately, would negate your "coincidences" for all practical purposes .
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    Hell,you ain't never too old to look!

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    pt
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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    It's been claimed that the H/P stone was created by an old Mexican friend of the family, with a young girl's coloring book having been the source of the image used for the horse on the stone. I have spoken on the telephone with the lady who told me she owned that very same coloring book as a child. If true, it kinda blows apart the theories of the artist not having Spanish as a first language IMO. Others, who were part of the same research group have related the same story to me and a few other listeners as well . It also unfortunately, would negate your "coincidences" for all practical purposes .
    Well, hiker, two points. One: so many folks have made so many claims about these rocks - many extremely impassioned and guaranteed - that the whole shebang comes off like a political debate. Followers have picked their muse, staked their position and will go down with the ship knowing that their position is true no matter what. Meanwhile, the topic remains an open question, IMO.

    Two: as far as what I offered in Post #9, well, read 'em and weep. I don't have a unified theory of what the rocks are. I'm a conspiracy analyst, not a theorist. Anyone can replicate my results ... it is what it is, regardless of what it means. I personally vigorously deny multiple coincidences surrounding controversies - thus my post. Along a similar vein, I believe Cactusjumper has hinted before that carvings on one of the other rocks were simply back-engineered from stuff found in the hills that may have been recently manufactured. Quien sabe? When a tornado of truth reveals all, then we'll know, I guess. Meanwhile the skies remain merely cloudy.
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    "The illusion of freedom will continue as long as itís profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater." Frank Zappa

 

 

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