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    New Mexico and the Peralta stone maps

    I believe they reused the template over and over again on there way back to arizona as they left stuff behind.

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    Who?

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    Trent

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    The church of Santa Fe or Peralta family possibly other Spanish cash loads to the gulf of Mexico I think they depositories along the way that fallow the same template's at each site or close to it

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    This is a Heart Stone .
    The symbol was used to Mark Treasure deposits .
    Deposit is in background beyond this Heart .

    I cannot Validate the Peralta Stone Maps , I can state that this area I am researching , does have most of the symbols as shown on the
    Stone Maps .

    Peralta Stones may be real , and they may be for a site in New Mexico as you are thinking .
    There is a few maps engraved in Big Boulders here in New Mexico , that show Trails on them .
    Trails as seen on the Peralta Stones .

    I think the Horse on the Stones is the give away clue for them .
    Try New Mexico instead of Arizona .

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    Trent

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    For some reason I can't respond with photos in posts but I can add them to my albums look at the new dig hallow ground
    Last edited by Moonmountain; Mar 04, 2019 at 10:24 PM.

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    I personally feel and believe that the horse represents the distance from a certain point of the trail to the works or molina location...As for the heart...I think that represents the Real de Minas or the heart of the mapa...But there is no way to be 100% certain without finding the actual location depicted in the PSM's...hehehe

    Ed T

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWhite View Post
    I personally feel and believe that the horse represents the distance from a certain point of the trail to the works or molina location...As for the heart...I think that represents the Real de Minas or the heart of the mapa...But there is no way to be 100% certain without finding the actual location depicted in the PSM's...hehehe

    Ed T
    Ed, What do you mean trail to the works,
    Whats your take on that.

    wrmickel1

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Ed, What do you mean trail to the works,
    Whats your take on that.

    wrmickel1
    Well Mick...The elderly Mexican Don who took me to the area pointed out where the works were once located...I was given a description of the works which to me sounded like stamp mills possibly operated by water...But there is no way to be 100% certain...I can only speculate but by what I was told there were not any arrastras at the location until some gambusinos began working the mines...IF one were to visit the site now, IF it could ever be found, there are no signs of machinery stamp mill or arrastras visible because they were removed long ago...And the trail that led to them is rather beaten and difficult to travel...But there was a trail from a large monument on the trail and I mean the final approach from said monument to the eglesia...lol...Or the small stone structure that was at the end of the trail where the next trail begins...

    I have to stop tossing crumbs to ya'll...Maybe one day someone will figure out where my little site is...lol

    Ed T

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWhite View Post
    Well Mick...The elderly Mexican Don who took me to the area pointed out where the works were once located...I was given a description of the works which to me sounded like stamp mills possibly operated by water...But there is no way to be 100% certain...I can only speculate but by what I was told there were not any arrastras at the location until some gambusinos began working the mines...IF one were to visit the site now, IF it could ever be found, there are no signs of machinery stamp mill or arrastras visible because they were removed long ago...And the trail that led to them is rather beaten and difficult to travel...But there was a trail from a large monument on the trail and I mean the final approach from said monument to the eglesia...lol...Or the small stone structure that was at the end of the trail where the next trail begins...

    I have to stop tossing crumbs to ya'll...Maybe one day someone will figure out where my little site is...lol

    Ed T
    No, Ed please do,

    I was just wondering what you meant by the works. As for the Stone Maps relate to New Mexico a solid no to me.
    But I do believe there was a standard system in place to simulate each mining operations to a Standard. But what you consider the works is related to the Horse is in my opinion is correct. But now let’s say there is/was a standard system. Now I know for a fact that the Stone Maps relate to the Supers, But the only thing that makes them relate to a specific place is the removable Heart. I have no way of proven that without other Hearts being found.

    Thanks Babymick1

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    No, Ed please do,

    I was just wondering what you meant by the works. As for the Stone Maps relate to New Mexico a solid no to me.
    But I do believe there was a standard system in place to simulate each mining operations to a Standard. But what you consider the works is related to the Horse is in my opinion is correct. But now let’s say there is/was a standard system. Now I know for a fact that the Stone Maps relate to the Supers, But the only thing that makes them relate to a specific place is the removable Heart. I have no way of proven that without other Hearts being found.

    Thanks Babymick1
    It may be possible that there was a standardized way of setting up a real de minas. But I am a firm believer in the coazon de la mapa as being the real de minas itself and not any rocks shaped like a heart...I believe some people at some point in time used hearts as trail markers and I also strongly believe that some con artists came along at some time and created many hearts to con some people out of their money...But who can say which ones are authentic and which are fake...My little real de minas in my opinion is an authentic real de minas...As to how much it may be worth...Who can say...It may be worked out and may only be of historical value...But I don't think I'll be revealing its location to anyone anytime soon...Heck...I don' even think I can return to it...And being on a limited income makes trying to look for it that much harder...

    Oh well...I can retire in another 13 years and devote time in searching for it...That is IF I live that long...I am not sure IF I will even live that long...lol

    Ed T
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonmountain View Post
    For some reason I can't respond with photos in posts but I can add them to my albums look at the new dig hallow ground
    You have some very interesting photos there how many are of the same location.
    The mountains have rules.They are harsh rules,but they are there,and if you keep to them you are safe.A mountain is not like men. A mountain is sincere. The weapons to conquer it exists inside you,inside your soul.

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    I found a 11" White quartz phallic Idol in 240° cave there was also a petrified tree leaning over like a Looking Glass that you can look through aiming at The Cave measured the distance it was exactly 4321 ft to the entrance of the cave from the view point heading 120°
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