Sep 06, 2013, 07:19 PM
Thanks for the very interesting post. It is interesting you show another version of the map with Symbols of alleged treasure marks? I profess not to be sign reader or a believer in such so I leave that to others...However I have a Photograph that may or may not be connected to the symbol on the left side.
Personally as a professional archivist and Historian, I have not seen any evidence that the Spanish had a System of Symbols. However that is for another forum thread. So I leave the image to thoughts of its value in relation to this alleged Lue map for others.
Sadly I too especially for me I do not have any information of the origin of the Photograph or location.
Sep 06, 2013 07:19 PM
Sep 06, 2013, 08:41 PM
Try this link, Corp: WaterGlyphs
Originally Posted by Corporate Investigations
I share your skepticism regarding 'Spanish signs' even though a few guys in Utah covet this symbol as a Spanish treasure sign. The KGC guys see it as Phi, associated with the Golden Mean and sacred geometry.
Speaking of symbols on maps, here's another cryptic map supposedly associated with the San Andreas and/or Organ ranges in sw New Mexico.
You might also find similar symbols on a number of seeming related petroglyph sites throughout the west: Mystery Glyphs - Home
Do these things have anything to do with the LUE? Quien sabe?
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Sep 13, 2013, 12:36 AM
I, for one, appreciate you throwing that out there. Is that a slightly modified Aries symbol?
Originally Posted by Springfield
Last edited by Nobody; Sep 13, 2013 at 12:47 AM.
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Dec 11, 2013, 01:12 PM
I'm familiar with that particular glyph and much has been written about it. My particular estimation is that there are far too many instances of it (up to 400) in a very remote area for it to be an accident. That said I'm reasonably confident it's not a Spanish treasure symbol, and despite claims to the contrary, it is most certainly not a water glyph.
Dec 12, 2013, 07:13 AM
I don't know anything about that picture but my first impression is that it would be ideal for molding a molten metal into a shape that resembles a dagger or sword.
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Dec 12, 2013, 11:27 AM
The symbol sort of defies any practical application I can think of due to the sheer number of them, their location and clustering, and the fact they appear in very small region exclusively. Someone suggested not molten, but that they might be used to draw pitch out of wood. You visit a few of them (and they're plenty) you quickly realize they are ancient and thus far defy any logical explanation.
Jan 29, 2014, 09:46 PM
My big question about the LUE at this point relates to Von Mueller's presentation in Treasure Hunter's Manual #7 where he writes:
"Redrawn exactly from the IAYAYAM Key."
What exactly is the IAYAYAM Key that he is referring to?
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