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    And of course, Travis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Riley View Post
    And of course, Travis!

    He is shaking his head in complete and utter disbelief at your insensitive comment. LMAO!
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    What kind of a camera were these shot with Bill? Were they shot in RAW?
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    Does anyone know if the The University of Arizona Gem & Mineral Museum have the maps on display for possible access for photos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    Does anyone know if Phil Reinhardt can be reached here or anywhere? I don't think he was ever a member here. I have a need to speak with him person to person, email, telephone or Morse Code. Thank you.
    You can find him at http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/members/3487.html
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    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





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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    Does anyone know if the The University of Arizona Gem & Mineral Museum have the maps on display for possible access for photos?
    hg..i found the pics but the ones bill posted are better than mine
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    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    Does anyone know if the The University of Arizona Gem & Mineral Museum have the maps on display for possible access for photos?
    How would help you to decrypt the stone maps if you would have better images of them ?
    Marius

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    Does anyone know if the The University of Arizona Gem & Mineral Museum have the maps on display for possible access for photos?
    If you do get the opportunity to photograph the PSM’s, do so using a monochromatic polarized light source.
    this will allow you to see detail that would otherwise go unnoticed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyground View Post
    What kind of a camera were these shot with Bill? Were they shot in RAW?
    They were actually shot with a polaroid camera in the early 2000's and scanned into digital by me at a later date. I didn't know that Photobucket was going to start flashing their ad on my photo's. They're asking money now for access to my 104 photo's without the ad on them. It was a free account when I joined long ago. I have the original polaroid's somewhere around here. All you're going to see up closer with these photo's is Travis's Chisel Marks and Boo Boo's. They are obviously fakes of fakes. So many fakes of the original fakes were produced you can't go by any of them. Only Travis's family has access to the small original stone maps. Those were the prototypes he chiseled for the final larger maps he produced for a greater investor impact monetarily. Which I could understand larger is better and easier to read. Much better to claim you stumbled over while checking out the needle. I've been all over the area he claimed to have dug them up. Bedrock a few inches down no way those large maps were "Sticking Up" from that small rock mountain. If you do try and use the maps don't take anything they have as gospel. The images are the only thing he transferred from the parchment map to the stones. But the meaning of the symbols do have significance. The fact the Horse was drawn off of his Daughters Coloring Book has no bearing other than he wanted to incorporate the Elephant into the mix with the rear leg. Both those symbols and the Warlock, Heart and door symbols all have meaning at the end Mine Treasure sites. Everything else is pretty much fantasy.

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    Bubbles was damn good Treasure Hunter with all that Indiana Jones body paint she wore! She scoured the tundra for the naked truth! Bubbles along with the ever diligent Popcorn Girls were some of the best solvers of the Stone Maps Trilogy!
    Or should I say Tetralogy! Three Popcorn Girls and One Indy Girl!

    She is the perfect hunting partner don't you think?

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    YES
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdave35 View Post
    i had some good pics of them...i'll take a look and see if i still have them
    Say it ain't so, Dave! I thought you said only fools waste time on them stones?
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