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  1. #16

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    I agree with you.
    Last edited by Chelsie4626; Sep 01, 2015 at 01:42 AM.

  2. #17
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    Ladies & gentlemen. Haven't any of you ever heard of mass graves?? As for me, I doubt that I would ever have any idea on it 2 years after I am buried. Why this reverence on some buried bones, when in every hospital there are many kilos of amputated limbs (bones) dumped in the incinerator daily. Aren't they just as important as the rest of the body?
    as a matter of fact I suppose that there isn't one sq ft of land on this earth that doesn't have traces of bones from long dead people.

    Here in Mexico the grave yards are neglected most of the year, then along comes all saints day, rather Halloween, and all of the graves are cleaned up by the 'grieving' relatives for one night, even have picnics next to the grave where the deceased is invited to partake.


    This bone worship thingie is vastly over done, it is primarily a sanitary process.

    Many new building projects are built over them, some have acres of asphalt on top of them in the form of parking lots, so where do you draw the line??.

    Worry more about the living while you still can do so.

    Maybe a couple of wars have made me Blase'

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Nov 09, 2013 at 05:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    Ladies & gentlemen. Haven't any of you ever heard of mass graves?? As for me, I doubt that I would ever have any idea on it 2 years after I am buried. Why this reverence on some buried bones, when in every hospital there are many kilos of amputated limbs (bones) dumped in the incinerator daily. Aren't they just as important as the rest of the body?
    as a matter of fact I suppose that there isn't one sq ft of land on this earth that doesn't have traces of bones from long dead people.

    Here in Mexico the grave yards are neglected most of the year, then along comes all saints day, rather Halloween, and all of the graves are cleaned up by the 'grieving' relatives for one night, even have picnics next to the grave where the deceased is invited to partake.

    This bone worship thingie is vastly over done, it is primarily a sanitary process.

    Many new building projects are built over them, some have acres of asphalt on top of them in the form of parking lots, so where do you draw the line??.

    Worry more about the living while you still can do so.

    Maybe a couple of wars have made me Blase'

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    I would draw the line by leaving them alone. Graves, cemeteries are people's final resting place that should be left alone. These amputated limbs that are incinerated, what are they suppose to do? Give them back so the person can hold on to it till they die then have it buried with them? Not a good idea.

    Yes they do build parking lots and buildings on top of cemeteries. Why? Because people are greedy! Developers would build on the Arlington National Cemetery if they could. They would turn the Grand Canyon into a dump and then when it fills up build houses on it. All because of money! Who ever said money was the root of all evil was right!

    I would worry more about living because this world is going to hell fast. While your worrying about living don't forget to worry about where your going when you die.

  4. #19
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    El Paso Texas is building a Baseball stadium on top of the oldest grave site. The folks doing the work have reported finding the graves. The city Mayor is not stopping work of his stadium. I can tell you I wont be going to the stadium.

    I think a simple probe will work. The toys are nice, but they really dont see that deep in the ground. Good luck.

  5. #20
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    New to this web site but have been meta detecting off and on for 15 yrs I have detectors and am going to buy for what your looking for I visit san juan de los lagos and detect in areas around there may be going in april or june.
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    Hey Breno!! I see this is a relatively old post, but want'ed to reply and find out if you are still hunting!! I lived in Guadalajara, years ago and actually went to UAG for a while!! Gorgeous area and Very friendly people at the time!! In any event shoot me a note if you are still involved in the hobby!! GOOD LUCK and GOOD HUNTING!! VERDE!!

  7. #22
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    I'm interested Rafael Mujica

    I'm Efrain Ramirez just move to San Pedro Tlaquepaque form Mississippi US and have 10 years mining expierence. i would like to get together and maybe start a group prospecting with the right people we can over look all the nagative thinking of violance in Mexico. and start something good.

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    Hola, did any of the sites produce anything worth revisiting? I know your post is a bit old now, but how did the hunt go? Anything worth sharing?
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  9. #24

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    I'm Interested and Able to Travel

    Quote Originally Posted by Breno View Post
    My name is Rafael Mujica, I got a degree as civilian engineer and live in Guadalajara Mexico.

    Since I was teenager travel a lot to country places, also because of work, in those years I´ve heard and known of so many places and histories about gold and silver trasures.

    Mexico has rich mineral resources, and during the early past century the common coin for use was made of silver, from back 1900s there were only gold and silver coins ( 6. Historia de la moneda y del billete en México ), due to revolutions and lack of safety people used to save their values, hidding their savings in pots, chests, boxes, bags, etc, at diferent places, underground, walls, many of those treasures savings were left hide unknown.

    Well the fact is I have the knoledge of interesting places +7 to search, one abandoned spanish minning plantation, ruined houses at the countryside, a partially buried cave and also an old indian cementery large tumbs not digged yet.

    I want to invite a serious partner, whom has the experience knoledge and technology equipment to search under the ground, a GPR would be the best.

    If You are interested and are able to travel please let me know.
    I am interested and able to travel.

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