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  1. #2491

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmar View Post
    Maybe some people here, to believe how my inputs about the stone maps to be just a controversy or a competition with the other members of who knows more about the stone maps puzzle. That's not the case. I leave everyone to live his dream and to follow his beliefs. Is the right of everyone to believe in his own theory and to follow it with hope till the end of his life or the research period.
    There are those who follow their beliefs from the beginning till the end and the others who adapt their beliefs in regards to new info and new clues. Who is the correct, it's only a man's opinion.

    Now, in regards to what you wrote about the " fauces " from the Latin stone heart map, the word is a Latin one and means " exit ". The " throat " is a Spanish word for " fauces " and on the map, the words are only in Latin.
    Always IMO, the Fauces is not at the beginning of the trail but at its end and is an alternative path which ends on the upper edge of the mountain. Is the "1" curved line from the UTM, which starts from the end of the Trail and ends at the dagger, and what the Priest "name" it as a " Bereda Peligroza ". I know, on the Trail map, the "1" curved line starts from the dagger, but for the Latin stone heart map has a different meaning.
    This path starts from above the Caverna Aurum and has as markings few stones in line like an arch, which show the way that you have to take in regards to follow the path. Also, on this path is a Meus. The other two Meus are on the Trail, one before the church and another on the bent the Trail takes before its end. As I wrote in the past and always IMO, the Trail is only about 200 feet long, with the " lugares " to be in the most route about 12 feet apart.

    I wish good luck to everyone who wants to decrypt the stone maps riddle and to close my input, I post an image of the " fauces " like could be seen at its beginning.
    Fauces in Latin means the upper part of the throat, pharynx, throat, gullet according to the Lewis & Short Latin dictionary. As I have found that whoever devised this puzzle tend to be very precise in their choice of words, I believe that they intended this definition as to create a very precise image, and on the site where the carved leaning cross stands, one does get the impression that there is a cavity that curves back down, into the ground (like the upper part of the throat). There's a mound of dirt and large rocks at this place at the moment, but if all that were to be removed, I would not be surprised to see an entrance resembling the physical shape of a throat. Fauces in modern Spanish means "maw" which is basically the same thing.

    Fornix: vaulted opening; monument arch
    Medulla: marrow, kernel; innermost part; quintessence; kernel
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  2. #2492
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    Quote Originally Posted by deducer View Post
    Fauces in Latin means the upper part of the throat, pharynx, throat, gullet according to the Lewis & Short Latin dictionary. As I have found that whoever devised this puzzle tend to be very precise in their choice of words, I believe that they intended this definition as to create a very precise image, and on the site where the carved leaning cross stands, one does get the impression that there is a cavity that curves back down, into the ground (like the upper part of the throat). There's a mound of dirt and large rocks at this place at the moment, but if all that were to be removed, I would not be surprised to see an entrance resembling the physical shape of a throat. Fauces in modern Spanish means "maw" which is basically the same thing.

    Fornix: vaulted opening; monument arch
    Medulla: marrow, kernel; innermost part; quintessence; kernel
    I believe in the Latin stone heart map, the word " fauces " is used for a narrow passage from one place to another.
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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





  3. #2493
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    El Presidente

    Jul 2014
    Vermont
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    You can say that they were pretty artistic

    Gotta look through the "Eye" of the needle....an eye is horizontal not vertical...."No Miner" will find my mine....as in not near Miner's Needle

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ID:	1773333 7 Mine Entrances.....and their wagons stashed in a high saddle, invisible to all passer's by on the roads below.

    18 Mines in total.

    Pretty much a dead horse at this point.

    Took me 35 minutes to find these locations and a few hours gathering the necessary other info like the paper map that shows the location along the river to guide to the high points and the review of the other info to be able to show that it all points to the series of mines along this location.

    Waltzed in and Waltzed out.

    Oh and the 30 men found massacred in the valley on their way out?

    The codes on the bottom of the stones show the secret to their identity from Virginia

    www.facebook.com/SolvingBealePapers

    Left on a 2 yr contract, leaving for the mines, to mine for 18 months or more, to return for a second (7mos) and third leg there, as they buried their stashes in Virginia.....on their third trip out of the valley they were massacred all together. The whole affair was planned as their will was left behind encoded in the Beale Papers.

    The Latin Heart Stone bears two sets of markings one is appearing like this : (1)
    And the other appears from their second leg like this : ((1))

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    The legend of the Beale describes their Perilous Enterprise where the stones list their dates and the word "Peligroza" as being the key word being the only non capitalized word.
    Last edited by Eldo; Nov 20, 2019 at 11:12 PM.
    But he who knows forms, is able to grasp the unity of nature beneath the surface of materials which are very unlike. Thus is he able to identify and bring about things that have never been done before, things of the kind which neither the vicissitudes of nature, nor hard experimenting, nor pure accident could ever have actualized, nor even human thought dreamed of. And thus from the discovery of the forms flows true speculation and unrestricted operation.

  4. #2494
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    The Honorable

    Jun 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by deducer View Post
    Fauces in Latin means the upper part of the throat, pharynx, throat, gullet according to the Lewis & Short Latin dictionary. As I have found that whoever devised this puzzle tend to be very precise in their choice of words, I believe that they intended this definition as to create a very precise image, and on the site where the carved leaning cross stands, one does get the impression that there is a cavity that curves back down, into the ground (like the upper part of the throat). There's a mound of dirt and large rocks at this place at the moment, but if all that were to be removed, I would not be surprised to see an entrance resembling the physical shape of a throat. Fauces in modern Spanish means "maw" which is basically the same thing.

    Fornix: vaulted opening; monument arch
    Medulla: marrow, kernel; innermost part; quintessence; kernel
    I've found the word "gola" before and that is "gullet" or throat.
    Just sayin' I don't know, but it's odd.

  5. #2495
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    Rev

    Dec 2014
    LA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldo View Post
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    You can say that they were pretty artistic

    Gotta look through the "Eye" of the needle....an eye is horizontal not vertical...."No Miner" will find my mine....as in not near Miner's Needle

    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1773330 5 Mine Entrances

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ID:	1773332 6 Mine Entrances

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ID:	1773333 7 Mine Entrances.....and their wagons stashed in a high saddle, invisible to all passer's by on the roads below.

    18 Mines in total.

    Pretty much a dead horse at this point.

    Took me 35 minutes to find these locations and a few hours gathering the necessary other info like the paper map that shows the location along the river to guide to the high points and the review of the other info to be able to show that it all points to the series of mines along this location.

    Waltzed in and Waltzed out.

    Oh and the 30 men found massacred in the valley on their way out?

    The codes on the bottom of the stones show the secret to their identity from Virginia

    www.facebook.com/SolvingBealePapers

    Left on a 2 yr contract, leaving for the mines, to mine for 18 months or more, to return for a second (7mos) and third leg there, as they buried their stashes in Virginia.....on their third trip out of the valley they were massacred all together. The whole affair was planned as their will was left behind encoded in the Beale Papers.

    The Latin Heart Stone bears two sets of markings one is appearing like this : (1)
    And the other appears from their second leg like this : ((1))

    Click image for larger version. 

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    The legend of the Beale describes their Perilous Enterprise where the stones list their dates and the word "Peligroza" as being the key word being the only non capitalized word.
    I have had some luck with the Peralta Stones map. I have determined one location that is on the map. Can you refer me to someone interested in working to finding what is hidden there?

  6. #2496

    Jul 2018
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    Hello to those of you that hunt the Dutch. I've read your post about the Peralta stones and I must tell you they are very real and YES they give very precise directions to the location of the end of the trail where the horse can be found carved on a rock face north of the river just like it says. Before you start to decipher the maps you first have to learn the language. It's not spanish, it's Latin. One clue in particular is always misinterpreted from Spanish instead of Latin. That's this one, El Caboyo de Sante Fe. That says "The horse of the saint " not the horse of santa Fe. Also you must know that the Saint side is Jesuit. The Saint was made by Father Eusibio Kino's ppl long before the Peraltas came to town. The Peraltas found it and used it in their maps cuz it was so cool. Now we that know about the stones know that the trail starts at knife hill. But then where do you go next ? Well if you look you will find that the knife is pointing up a little. It's pointing to another clue. There's a small nap up near the top of knife hill. It's the horizon to the east of knife hill. The map leads you to the saint hill. So now your at the saint, so where to now ? The saint is pointing at something, but what ? This is where it gets good. I have to learn how to post a picture before I can show you anything but I will soon. Here's a teaser clue. The tail of the horse is Queen Creek.

  7. #2497

    Jul 2018
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    Very interesting, but very wrong ! The horse can be seen carved on a rock face looking the same way as on the map and it's EXACTLY as drawn on the map, no abstract guessing needed. BUT it can only be seen for 15 minutes a day at noon in the middle of the summer because it's a shadow carving. You can see the shadow of the carving on the rock as the sun rises to the right angle then just as fast as it appears it vanishes from view. I found it several years ago but my affliction of addiction prevented me from moving forward with it's discovery. I'm sober now and this year I'm going to document it's location with my partner and yes I will post pictures of it all including all the deciphered clues that lead up to it. Stay tuned for more to come.
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