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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    But I know what's on it, I blurred it a little, it contains a little more info then I'm willing to Show

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    lol...the only one trying to con anyone around here is the mickster...where is this said proof?....are we still talking the 2x4's?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Well you took the job as Ryan's PR Man.
    And yeah I'm sure you could'nt tell the difference between a 2x4 and Shine Nola, Then I showed you gold and you still got lost. Your a con working for a con, And Ryan's investors should be looking for you as well.
    I mean if your a paid part of the Con.

    well Babymick1
    lol..you have been caught in so many lies around here a pic wont do...come to az and show us all that gold you got ...lol..you should have stayed in school..at least you would be able to spell

    "And yeah I'm sure you could'nt tell the difference between a 2x4 and Shine Nola,"....lol..the proper spelling is shinola
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Agree on the first one, All the rest, No

    I do agree Travis obtained the maps
    I do agree he never figured them out
    And as he got older he teamed with others to solve them
    Thats were all the similarities with other maps play in, including Franks

    just my thoughts, Ohh and Dave is just a hack,
    Are you saying that you don't think Travis made the PSM's? That he obtained them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nobodie View Post
    We have nothing else to write about, so we're kicking a dead horse.
    What about that stone map on my bumper? Not good enough?

    It's the only stone map left that's real and I can take anyone right up to it.

    It's still right where I said it was.

    Along a yellow brick cart trail!
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    Hey Dock i Agree,I think certain men in the area prior to Peralta whom claimed to be Jesuit mined the amathyst mine some time from 1660-1710, I do also however believe the amathyst mine was in existence prior to the arrival of Spain in the new world or New fownd spain.lost of folks did agree but I think the natives mined the area way before Spain ever exploered the Gilla's both of them NM and AZ.
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    Here is an article I came across recently... El color de las amapas: Tayopa, ¿Una mina que nunca existió? | La Chicharra I am not exactly sure of where I read it in the article...But there was a mention of a snake as I was researching Nyarit or was it Nayar...It was somewhere in there...

    It is my strong belief that the PSM's lead to Santa Fe or Tayopa or some other lost legend of Sonora...Or some other part of Mexico...Or New Mexico...Or is it New Spain...Or should I have used wasGood luck...

    Ed T
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrol View Post
    Are you saying that you don't think Travis made the PSM's? That he obtained them?

    Yes,
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    lol..you have been caught in so many lies around here a pic wont do...come to az and show us all that gold you got ...lol..you should have stayed in school..at least you would be able to spell

    "And yeah I'm sure you could'nt tell the difference between a 2x4 and Shine Nola,"....lol..the proper spelling is shinola
    Dave

    Up here in the North, A person who fills themselves with BS, are named Shine Nola.
    As RG is to JR, Dave is to Shine Nola, that's your name. So your proper name spelling is,

    Shine Toolshed Nola

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Dave

    Up here in the North, A person who fills themselves with BS, are named Shine Nola.
    As RG is to JR, Dave is to Shine Nola, that's your name. So your proper name spelling is,

    Shine Toolshed Nola

    B1. Wooooooe
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    Wow that's was a awesome article! Thanks for sharing, I will share somthing with you, a book written by Louis Serna titled: Knights Tempar and the mysterious stones in northern New Mexico. And also Terry Carter's video on YouTube Dock noss and victorio peak. I could keep going but i am working on a book so I don't want to tell all yet. Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWhite View Post
    Here is an article I came across recently... El color de las amapas: Tayopa, ¿Una mina que nunca existió? | La Chicharra I am not exactly sure of where I read it in the article...But there was a mention of a snake as I was researching Nyarit or was it Nayar...It was somewhere in there...

    It is my strong belief that the PSM's lead to Santa Fe or Tayopa or some other lost legend of Sonora...Or some other part of Mexico...Or New Mexico...Or is it New Spain...Or should I have used wasGood luck...

    Ed T
    John

    In the text that give clues to Tayopa from La Campana hill ( Chihuahua ), there are all true except the month . The real month is April . I don't know if the wrong clue was gave from Flipper or was intentionally written wrong in the document .
    When the sun touch the skyline at 7 pm in 7 April , there are 6 degrees west to north from La Campana hill to Real de Tayopa .
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    If you use the google chrome browser it gives you an option to translate the page when you navigate to it Bill...Or at least it does on my computer...

    Ed T

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    Quote Originally Posted by ORO18 View Post
    Wow that's was a awesome article! Thanks for sharing, I will share somthing with you, a book written by Louis Serna titled: Knights Tempar and the mysterious stones in northern New Mexico. And also Terry Carter's video on YouTube Dock noss and victorio peak. I could keep going but i am working on a book so I don't want to tell all yet. Enjoy.
    Good luck with your book ORO18...I'm glad you liked the article...

    Ed T

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
    John

    In the text that give clues to Tayopa from La Campana hill ( Chihuahua ), there are all true except the month . The real month is April . I don't know if the wrong clue was gave from Flipper or was intentionally written wrong in the document .
    When the sun touch the skyline at 7 pm in 7 April , there are 6 degrees west to north from La Campana hill to Real de Tayopa .
    I believe it is all part of their code Marius...As March =3...But who can say for certain...And isn't there a 7 in the PSM'sCoincidence

    Ed T
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