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  1. #161
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    That's real interesting Tinhorn. What way is your eagle from the rock with the hole in it. My eagle is south from the hole about 50 yards. Also, SW of the hole at my spot is a triangle a little over 1000 feet in perimeter. The hole is the north point of this triangle. If you don't mind me asking, what kind of signs are you seeing to the SW? The other points of my triangle are a large boulder shaped like a heart and a small rock shaped like a D.

    Rick

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    looks like some numbers?Click image for larger version. 

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    bump

  5. #164
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    mdog,

    it seems to be a trail of smaller marker stones leading SW over the top of the mountain to the south side. The face in the image is starring at the eagle rock who is also facing SW. It is only 30 or so feet away.

  6. #165
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    triangle

    Just a thought, the triangle thats made like a dinner bell (triangle ) seems to indicate three directions and posible trail 2.5 miles long, the ones with dots in the corners indicate a nearby triangle layed out with rocks to indicate a possible 1/2 of a windrose and seems to use a cordel ( 189 feet ) and fracitions of them in the measurement. may help to understand what you have and how to work it.
    Last edited by dsty; Apr 12, 2012 at 11:46 AM. Reason: Time saved

  7. #166
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    Here's a pic from the direction the face with the drill hole is looking. You can see the eagle head and a heart boulder.




    Here's a closer look at the heart.



    looks like there might be a facial profile on the left lobe and maybe a cross or X near the bottom left.
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  8. #167
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    Dsty was right on with the cordel. The trail was easy to follow up the hill. This notched rock was near the top.




    From the other side.



    I'm guessing that the flat rock beside the notched triangle rock is for a compass line? any thoughts on that?
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  9. #168
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    tinhorn:
    That heart rock has a pronounced bulge on the right side. I can't quite make out the eagle head, but is the bulge on the heart indicating the same direction that the eagel is looking?? That bulge is indicating a direction for SOMETHING. Whether the direction to look for the next clue or another sign, close by, or to add info to the other signs HERE.
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  10. #169
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    SS,

    The eagle rock is closer to the camera. The details of the beak are hidden by some leaves. Go back a couple pages for a better view of it.

  11. #170
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    Another marker following the direction given from the drill hole.

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  12. #171
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    Tin horn..was that a spring back by the heart rock? If not..you might see if there is anything to pour water into on that heart rock .
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  13. #172
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    looks like u have a duck and dog and there is a A in left corner post 172.

  14. #173
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    there is also a Y on the rock below the heart rock.

  15. #174
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    Tinhorn, take a closer look at your heart. Adjusting the contrast to to the picture and you can see the anomalies. Second, the particular heart rock and a few around it do not seem to belong to the area (just from what I can see). Might want to find out where they came from.

  16. #175
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    For sure a corner marker

  17. #176
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    maybe a rabbit and owl shadow ears?Click image for larger version. 

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  18. #177
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    Hoofer the heads you find should look toward a trail, the 1st symbol you should find may be a triangle which will be the start of a series of 3 trails, one ahead, one to the left and one to the right, possibly all will be 2.5 miles, the next symbol I would look for would be a diamond, the last symbol you should find may be a upside down triangle to indicate the end or to start the trail depending which direction you started from. No its not compicated as some may indicate, as for the heads themselves I would think that a allagator would be close to the ground, slow, nest in a mound, don't discount rock patterns

  19. #178
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    Thank you dsty. I was hoping they went the opposite way. Toward the adams which I think was worked by ancients as well as spanish.

  20. #179
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    Actually I had rather follow the trails than to look for the Lost Adams diggings

  21. #180
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    One of the other tricks they used was to use 454 gr of gold = 1 pound, I had a O RO and a VL and a 1814 in one of their "YARDs " 1st book of the bible, chapter 8 verse 14 with a U or tunnel symbol 227 cm deep, 0 = 15th book, because the space between the O RO it said Ezra chapter 2 ( RO = 2 ) 18 = 112 ( bars ) verse 14= 454 grams gold= 1 pound, look for a tunnel / shaft 227 cm deep, find 112 one pound bars, verified by a huge rabbit with a VL carved on its side V = 5 L = fifty 50 minus 5 = 450 or 4 gram difference
    Last edited by dsty; May 14, 2012 at 10:21 AM.

 

 
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