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    "The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits."~Albert Einstein

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    Charliejr:
    I believe the "lizards" the Indians were afraid of were dinosaurs. There were pottery and burial stones with highly detailed etchings of humans riding on the backs of Stegosaurus's in graves of inhabitants of the Nazca Plains area. The main stream scientists claim that they are drawings done from descriptions handed down verbally through the centuries. That explanation is absolute STUPID. First, the same scientists tell us that the dinosaurs died out 77 million years BEFORE humans developed. They won't say how the hell stories of the animals could have been told by humans who did not exist. LOL Now, the details of the etchings are so fine that the only way the artists could have knowledge of them was from actually SEEING a living example. The reason for the humans RIDING the Stegs is because the Stegs were domesticated for laboring in the fields and forests. As you know, the Cape Buffalo is one of the most dangerous animals in areas of Africa and the Southeast Asia areas of the world yet THEY have been domesticated for hundreds of years for pulling plows and snaking logs out of forests for lumber. Stegs were herbivores, which made them "safe" for use by humans since they wouldn't be trying to "snack" on their "owners".. LMAO

    Anyway, there are areas of the world where dinos still live. There's a large swamp area on the Northwest coast of Austrailia where the Aborigines will NOT go because of the man-eating "thunder" animals living there.
    "Dobie created the HUNGER............Von Mueller said, EAT". comment by HELM Associates on the dedication page of their book, Treaasure Lead Generation.

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    Thanks for the link SS. You know, you are right. Been see'n this same theme all over the 'outter' history books. So, I decided to also look up 'carbon dating', and some scientists(lol) are saying they could be off from 500-10,100 years -wow. That, and more gov's seem to be quiet'n down some explorers, and lots of left out history. I agree with you on all counts. Also found one ol map that shows antartica wasn't frozen all the way through, shows islands, and travel routes smack dab through the middle of it. Stranger and Stranger by the day.

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    "The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits."~Albert Einstein

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    Charliejr:
    I found out that Carbon Dating is NOT really reliable.....too many variables AND it would be able to measure only as far back as 50,000 years. The main problem with the carbon dating technique is the fact that no scientist can be sure that the object received a steady amount of the carbon 14 during it's existence. For instance.......a dinosaur's bones would have varying amounts of the carbon due to the amounts and quality of it's food because the dino's body would obsorb the carbon 14 material from everything it ate PLUS the amount his body received from the various radiations that passed through IT'S body. That is the main reason Carbon 14 dating is not reliable PLUS, it's limit of 50,000 years does not allow actual dating of dinosaur bones...........if the dino went extinct over 77 million years ago. LMAO Man, those scientist sure have made up a concoction of lies that trips them up every which way they turn.
    "Dobie created the HUNGER............Von Mueller said, EAT". comment by HELM Associates on the dedication page of their book, Treaasure Lead Generation.

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    To all my treasure hunt'n buds. Remember what Old Dog would say about keep'n on digg'n.

    Well, here is a high quality map of New Spain: Map of New Spain

    And here, is an excellent research book on all things (Found this by reading what the peers have left us among the sacred Tnet thread 10-4)

    http://net.lib.byu.edu/fslab/researc...rope/Spain.pdf

    Vara of Burgos: http://www.emis.de/journals/ZDM/zdm992a3.pdf

    Units of length: http://www.2iceshs.cyfronet.pl/2ICES...rro_Merino.pdf


    And this link breaks down how they did some stuff: http://missiontour.org/related/measurements.htm

    Some more stuff, very interesting:http://www.numericana.com/answer/ancient.htm

    Read this lil bit from the last link:

    Officially, each flavor of the land league remained quite stable over time, although actual recorded measurements may show some lack of precision for both local land surveying and itinerary measurement. Among the many "leagues" born in the Old World, Roland Chardon singles out 5 which took hold in North America:

    French lieue commune of 3 Roman miles (4444 m).
    French grande lieue ordinaire (3000 pas = 4872.609 m).
    French lieue de poste (2000 toises = 3898.0872 m).
    Mexican league, legua legal
    (3000 pasos de Solomon = 5000 varas = 4191 m)
    Castilian legua común, legua regular antigua, modern legua
    (20000 pies de Burgos = 5572.7 m)
    The Spanish system comes in different flavors whose basic units differ slightly, but all of them have 5 pies to the paso and 3 pies to the vara. The vara may also be subdivided into 4 cuartas or 8 ochavas. The vara de Burgos was apparently first established in 1589, but was given its final metric definition (0.835905 m) only in 1852, as Spain was converting to the metric system. It competes with the vara of California (now identified with the ancient vara de Solomon) which the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) set to 33 inches (0.8382 m) to replace no fewer than 22 variants previously flourishing in California... The so-called "vara of Texas" was defined in 1855 (3 of those are exactly 100 inches).

    So, as you can see in that last paragraph 33 inches was not officially set until 1848, which opens a whole nother can of worms. But, by the Ancient vara de Solomon, who is to say what system of measurement was being used.

    And to truly understand the history of the League, no debate, but you must read: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/League_(unit) "Spanish geographical league" might be the more prevalent system used, although, sailors may have used an combination of similar systems. But, after the abolished system, the newer league was more than obviously used by the King in Royal measurement.

    Finally, here is a link to the Spanish Customary units: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_customary_units
    Last edited by charliejr; Sep 28, 2012 at 09:05 PM.
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