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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Is this the face you believe is "Geronimo " ?

    If so, are you also saying Hal and the others have it wrong ?
    looks more like Frankenstein to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Is this the face you believe is "Geronimo " ?

    If so, are you also saying Hal and the others have it wrong ?



    In both cases, I'd have to say the nose profile is wrong.
    Oh Wayne!! LOL!! Yes, this is what I believe is referred to as Geronimo's head". Whether I am correct or not, I never made a "claiming" statement. I simply said "I" believe. I merely posted a picture that I have, that I feel matches the description, same as what you have done on here. Draw your own conclusions, I honestly don't care, your opinions hold zero credibility to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Or this......
    So are YOU saying that Hal and everyone else is wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Or this......
    Guess you weren't paying attention to what I said the first time.....

    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    This one is located in a place that Storm knew very well.....
    Which was in reply to this.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    57) Waltz told of a natural stone face sitting upon the end of a canyon below his mine. (Storm) on the end of this canyon is this rock face. And directly above it about 3/4's the way up the mountain is the second picture. What do you all think? Attachment 1732746Attachment 1732748
    If you still don't understand, there's not much more I can do to help.
    Hell,you ain't never too old to look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Guess you weren't paying attention to what I said the first time.....



    Which was in reply to this.....



    If you still don't understand, there's not much more I can do to help.
    Never said I wanted your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    Never said I wanted your help.
    Then you are free to ignore anything I offer to yourself, or to anyone else following or contributing to these topics . No problem .
    I think there's a button for that.....
    Last edited by somehiker; Jul 15, 2019 at 05:03 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    Then you are free to ignore anything I offer to yourself, or to anyone else following or contributing to these topics . No problem .
    I think there's a button for that.....
    You're right, I am free to ignore you and anyone else I choose to. All I did was post a picture of what I believe fits the description. Just because you dislike it, disagree with me, or want to prove yourself doesn't mean I'm wrong. It doesn't mean that I'm right either. I just said hey look at this picture I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    You're right, I am free to ignore you and anyone else I choose to. All I did was post a picture of what I believe fits the description. Just because you dislike it, disagree with me, or want to prove yourself doesn't mean I'm wrong. It doesn't mean that I'm right either. I just said hey look at this picture I have.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    57) Waltz told of a natural stone face sitting upon the end of a canyon below his mine. (Storm) on the end of this canyon is this rock face. And directly above it about 3/4's the way up the mountain is the second picture. What do you all think? Attachment 1732746Attachment 1732748
    So why ask what we all thought ?

    Nothing wrong with the pictures, or with posting them if you think they might be relevant to the topic......or in saying why you do.
    That's how we get new stuff to talk about on here.
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    Ecclesiastes 1:18 For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increaseth knowledge increaseth sorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 393stroker View Post
    Hi Chuck :
    Best to not even ask........
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    hey super dog . what in the hell are you talking about.. I am pretty sure you lost most of us..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dredgernaut View Post
    hey super dog . what in the hell are you talking about.. I am pretty sure you lost most of us..
    About me touching some tree in the woods that was the tree of life in the bible and I was shown the world beyond this one. T ouch in G! kinda stuff. I found it by finding treasure signs left in the earth and found this guys post interesting and familiar because I had a time trying to figure out what they meant. I found out eventually and can see Hal trying to do the same. A female and male spirit made this place and they dream of the perfect other and we are all that dream working itself out. The one's in the know or the illuminated one's hide it all in songs and movies in advertisements etc. just like the vague treasure signs people look for. Interesting stuff. Me X I can and the wall Trump talks about has to do with war in heaven and it is hard to see from earth. That's what I was on a rant about. That's all.
    Last edited by Super Dog; Jul 16, 2019 at 09:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somehiker View Post
    So why ask what we all thought ?

    Nothing wrong with the pictures, or with posting them if you think they might be relevant to the topic......or in saying why you do.
    That's how we get new stuff to talk about on here.
    You completely contradict yourself. You post a picture of what you believe is a rock face, but because I do it then I'm "saying that Hal and everyone else is wrong"?

    Again, if you have to help me see a face in the rocks, then I don't think it's a legitimate picture.

    I said "what do you think" because I feel like my picture is relevant to the discussion, and I didn't want to say "this is". I wasn't asking for help in any way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    You completely contradict yourself. You post a picture of what you believe is a rock face, but because I do it then I'm "saying that Hal and everyone else is wrong"?

    Again, if you have to help me see a face in the rocks, then I don't think it's a legitimate picture.

    I said "what do you think" because I feel like my picture is relevant to the discussion, and I didn't want to say "this is". I wasn't asking for help in any way.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mc4500 View Post
    So are YOU saying that Hal and everyone else is wrong?
    Not at all.
    Where do you think I said they were ?
    Hell,you ain't never too old to look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal Croves View Post
    Taken from somehiker's list.

    13) Theres a spirit that sleeps near the mine 4 hours a day. (Apache Jack)
    43) All the old landmarks are still there. You can almost peek into the mine where the entrance has settled. The cave of hidden gold. (San Carlos Apaches 1965)
    55) Near the mine is a face that looks right at the mine. (Storm)
    56) A Sphinx overhangs and dominates the mine area. (John Reed)
    57) Waltz told of a natural stone face sitting upon the end of a canyon below his mine. (Storm)


    Another face profile I like Hal...not Geronimo's or even on Geronimo Head Mountain.
    But also "sitting upon the end of a canyon".
    I've never looked up that canyon, to see if there's a mine though.
    So many faces....so little time.
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