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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    Hello friends,
    I have never seen that place where you shot those photos - what a striking place! Almost like a natural fortress! Now I really wonder about it, if it is all 100% natural or not? How far from the river is it (generally speaking) today, of course the river may have been in a different spot centuries ago and probably WAS.

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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    post #38 picture could easily have been a watch tower with a ladder and platform added
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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    Hello again,
    While the stone blocks shown above are huge, this should not rule out human hands in placing them - some of the stone blocks at Baalbek (in ancient Phoenicia) weigh 800 to 1000 tons! Here is a photo of one, called the Pregnant Woman stone still at the quarry:



    Huge blocks were incorporated in the Second Temple built by Herod, and huge blocks were used in Tiahuanaco and the massive fortress of Sacsahuaman in Peru. It is a most interesting site, worth examining more closely in my opinion.
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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna River

    Hi gang,

    Great thread !!!

    Oroblanco,
    Your theories are well thought out.You have done your research !
    Keep going and you will be the next Barry Fell !!!!

    I do believe there was much contact between the Old and New world.
    This would explain the stoneworks all over the Eastern US that the archies
    will not even discuss.Especially in the NorthEastern US.

    Please put me on your list for people who want a copy of your book,

    Take Care,
    Mike in SC
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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    send cannonman one also
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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    Thanks Mike in SC for the kind words, I will keep you posted of progress on the book, and will keep Cannonman in mind too.

    Treasure hunters are really a bit like archaeologists in searching for ancient artifacts, coins etc and there have been many instances where a fellow with a metal detector has turned up proof that shows our history books wrong. Many places have far more history than is found in the books, and the idea that the Americas were in utter isolation from the end of the Ice age to Leif Erikson is just wrong. There are evidences of many visitors, some with less impact (like an accidental crossing) and others with more (like an attempted colony), but one thing is for certain - when you get out there metal detecting you really can never guess just what you might find next! It could be anything from a pull-tab to a chest full of pirate treasure to you-name-it. I am expecting more ancient coins will be found in particular states, and every year one or two is reported (I can only guess that more must be found that are never reported) which fit with some level of contact taking place in ancient times. I would not say it was large scale contact or we would have large, incontrovertible proof - but for there to have been NO contact we must have NO evidence of any contact.

    Thanks again, please keep us posted as to what you learn about this most intriguing site Jeff? I am half expecting that there are relics and/or coins to be found in or around those massive stones.

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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna River

    Oroblabco:

    the location is about 30 mile from the Susq. River & on top of
    Gold Mine Mountain.

    The site was used by the indians, for Religeous Ceremonies.

    there is supposed to be an Indian buried somewhere around the
    wales head, If the stories are true.

    it was said to have been used as a Lookout & for sending
    smoke signals to attacking parties of indians during the
    French & Indian war. (1750's)

    Years ago Arrowheads and Tomahawks were found proving this.
    they called it "point of Rocks"

    it is said they may be the result of a narrow tongue of the great
    Glacier of the prehistoric ice age, although most geologists
    say that the southern limits of the glacier was the Pocono mountains.
    about 50 miles to the north.

    now a little disturbing news with a possible silver lining.
    http://www.rockclimbing.com/topic/119943


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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna River

    Hi Jeff,
    Thanks for the info - and they could be natural, just looks man-altered to my eye. Perhaps in person they look much more like the work of nature.

    Sounds like a fairly key strategic point, which would have been a key strategic point for many centuries! Sure wish I had made a trip there to poke around when I was still living in PA...

    I read that link, I can see the cloud (aren't some people just SCUM? What do they get out of despoiling the beauty of nature? Infamy? I hope to God that they are found out and caught, and made to go and clean up the graffiti they left.) but can't see the possible silver lining? I am slow tonight, can you give me a hint?

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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna River

    Quote Originally Posted by Oroblanco
    Hi Jeff,
    Thanks for the info - and they could be natural, just looks man-altered to my eye. Perhaps in person they look much more like the work of nature.

    Sounds like a fairly key strategic point, which would have been a key strategic point for many centuries! Sure wish I had made a trip there to poke around when I was still living in PA...

    I read that link, I can see the cloud (aren't some people just SCUM? What do they get out of despoiling the beauty of nature? Infamy? I hope to God that they are found out and caught, and made to go and clean up the graffiti they left.) but can't see the possible silver lining? I am slow tonight, can you give me a hint?

    Oroblanco
    Actually as I said somewhere else here.
    When your Standing looking at it in person,
    it looks like there used to be a race of Giants here.
    (Not 10 foot tall people, 100 Ft. Giants)
    and they built a wall. alot of it looks hand placed,
    with Perfectly Cut Corners on the Blocks.
    Millions of years of Wind Erosion ?

    What I meant by silver lining, is the rock climbers,
    getting together with the Game Commission to try and clean
    the place up.
    I plan on watching that forum, and if weather permits, which I'm sure it will, as they will need a nice weekend.
    I just may go up, and offer to help, and try and get on the right side
    of the game commission right away.



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    Re: Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Treasure........... and the Susquehanna Riv

    What I meant by silver lining, is the rock climbers,
    getting together with the Game Commission to try and clean
    the place up


    As Homer Simpson would say, "DOH"! That did not occur to me, but yes that does seem like it could lead to greater access! I like the way you think! Good luck and good hunting, perhaps the graffiti will lead to new discoveries being made! (As they say, the Lord works in mysterious ways?)

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