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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
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    Hello From Arizona

    Just an avid rock hound, treasure hunting nut... So I know I'll fit in here lol!

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    Hello. I grew up working and hiking the Superstition Mountains, and I am familiar with your posts on the other forums. I think your theories are completely without merit, but I will wait to see your "photographic" evidence. By the way, We fly a Robinson 44 out of Deer Valley, up into the Bradshaw and Weaver Mountains. What type of helicopter are you flying over the Supes?

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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
    Goldfield
    eXp 4000 & Bionic 01 (GPS Metal Detectors)
    75
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I'm out of state. I will prove it and post pics when I get home. Have some patience will ya please!!!
    Last edited by arizonarock; Jul 16, 2012 at 11:41 PM.

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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
    Goldfield
    eXp 4000 & Bionic 01 (GPS Metal Detectors)
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Follow my other threads please

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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
    Goldfield
    eXp 4000 & Bionic 01 (GPS Metal Detectors)
    75
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I will show you the "Temple" as I call it... (also I believe this.is the place where the majority of the Jesuit Treasure is buried along with that 900 lb Gold Cross). It's carved into the mountain... But remember! The stone was already there... They just embelished it more. There is some funky bizarre writing that half resembles animals. So I'm thinking many populations lived here from different times. If you want to meet me at Cobb's in Apache Junction when I get back... I'm all for it! I really want all of you to see what I'm seeing. I really do... but I know your skeptical... but I can prove it. My iPad works off of wifi... and I need a strong wifi connection.
    I will upload more tomorrow.
    Please be patient ok guys.
    It's overwhelming... just work with me on this.
    Thanks,
    Red John

    Oh... Quit being so darned negative. See main headline for images on "FOUND"
    Last edited by arizonarock; Jul 20, 2012 at 12:18 PM.

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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
    Goldfield
    eXp 4000 & Bionic 01 (GPS Metal Detectors)
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Do you see the cross carved into the Mountain? Take a good look at it! Do you see the pyramid? Green 45 Angles going down? See the white outline in rock for the base?
    Find the square "green" door in the center of the "pyramid/temple"?

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    Mine Finder

    Jul 2012
    Goldfield
    eXp 4000 & Bionic 01 (GPS Metal Detectors)
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Ok... Was up there yesterday. The Tonto National Forest Archeologists and the Department of Anthropology at the Arizona Natural History Museum are investigating this.
    Last edited by arizonarock; Jul 20, 2012 at 12:17 PM.

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