May 01, 2012, 12:42 AM
Two things. One the Jesuit math had only 9 numbers as far as I could tell. Second, hash marks are not numbers. Only one fellow I know who used mayan math to find treasure, and his situation doe not fit the norm.
May 01, 2012 12:42 AM
May 01, 2012, 06:25 PM
"The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits."~Albert Einstein
I don't know enough about this subject to EVER call anyone a liar in our discussions. I enjoy everyone comparing notes and ideas on the various photos and finds and hashing out ideas. Please don't stop doing what you've been doing with your posts.
" 'Polls' are surveys of uninformed people who think it's possible to get the answer wrong." .........Ann Coulter
May 01, 2012, 09:21 PM
yes, keep the info. coming usernotfound, i like reading differant thoughts on things. i wish charliejr. would still post his ideals. even though i dont understand alot of the stuff people post, i still like the differant take on things. thanks for posting them
May 16, 2012, 07:38 PM
I do apologize if I stepped on toes, I was not thinking in term of KGC or Templar and King Solomon stuff. Over a period of a few hundred years the role of the Jesuit changed. But the number seven, in groups of 4 and 3 seem to have been used before the Jesuit was formed.
What I believe happened was the Jesuits were pushed out. So when I say there is no Jesuit site, I believe I am correct.
As a new hunter I quickly fell into that trap of everything I seen was Jesuit. While the Jesuit may have helped write the code, I believe their mission quickly changed.
Some very interesting finds have been made in this area I live. Looking at those sites one quickly realizes there seem to be only a handful of scenarios how things were buried.
Turtles and birds just dont get much better as signs go. Turtles seem to be a easy read, while birds require more thought.
If I had to pick, I would take a bird sign over a turtle sign any day.
May 16, 2012, 08:35 PM
Hi Usernotfound. Im not able to post any PM's. Not sure why. Good to hear from you .
May 17, 2012, 09:55 AM
Hello Thom, I agree with you, sometimes folks just overthink the most simple explanation. Good to see you ole friend
Trying to be the type person that my dog thinks I am.
Jun 17, 2012, 01:05 PM
Beautiful Lion, first I've seen. I've seen a few turtles and a heart, but never a lion. Thanks for the pic.
Originally Posted by usernotfound
Jun 21, 2012, 02:53 PM
A Salute To the Navy Seals Team 6 Sharpshooters!
Old Dog said.".in all of my experience ...
a binary code was not a thing the SJ or any other group used.
Don't make basic stuff even harder by adding things that weren't even thought of or even thought out."
Al Gore didn't invent the internet. no matter what you think
Truer words were never spoken by a very wise Old Dog indeed~!
Ignore Graffiti and Convoluted thinking...and you will go far.. Pilgrim
P8 "seek knowledge rather than silver, seek understanding rather than gold"
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