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    Sign or stone?

    How can you tell? I didn't even think about this one until my 8 year old son said "Daddy look a 7". Then I got to looking around and noticed that a lot of the older trees have limbs growing funny and the tree right above this stone is growing crooked and the limbs are all twisted up. There is an old rock house foundation w a concrete floor still there and a stacked stone wall on the hill like maybe a garden wall or something I have found some names and initials carved in the limestone. Any advice on this stone will be greatly appreciated.

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    us
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    Last edited by dsty; Sep 14, 2012 at 10:39 AM. Reason: No interest

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    Which way do you follow a 7, is it like a little arrow pointing up to the right or do you follow the flag?

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    us
    Mar 2005
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    [QUOTE=RCarson;2922536]How can you tell? I didn't even think about this one until my 8 year old son said "Daddy look a 7". Then I got to looking around and noticed that a lot of the older trees have limbs growing funny and the tree right above this stone is growing crooked and the limbs are all twisted up. There is an old rock house foundation w a concrete floor still there and a stacked stone wall on the hill like maybe a garden wall or something I have found some names and initials carved in the limestone. Any advice on this stone will be greatly appreciated.

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    Normally a 7 means stop U are at the treasure, BUT what signs lead U to the 7, and what does it appear on (ie: etched in stone or carved in tree)etc. ?

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    Nothing led me there except a trail that we were walking on just looking at the woods and talking about stuff. I never noticed the rock kinda looks like a 7 until he said something. That rock is on top of a small cliff(10-15' tall) and at the bottom of the cliff is a small entrance that a little creek comes out of. It may not be a 7 at all that is why I thought that I would ask ppl that have been doing this for years. I am just now getting interested.

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

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    Hello, RCarson:
    That rock kinda looks more like a duck's profile and there are a BUNCH of numbers and letters marked on it. I tagged several, but there are many more. When you get the chance, take a soft bristle brush (a throw away paint brush will be fine) and gently brush the leaves and loose trash from the whole top of the rock. Take a lot of closeer photos so you can study them at home on your computer. There are a lot of things to study on that rock.....mostly in the "head' area, but check it out all over. DO NOT MOVE THE ROCK. This is very important so as to preserve it's orientation. You might want to see what the "beak" is pointing to and also in the OPPOSITE direction that it's pointing. I lightened up the photo a little bit to be able to see the surface detail and that's how these things came into view.
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    "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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    I've found initials carved all over this place. One is an RC w a date but I don't remember the date. It's in a Civil war battle site.

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    The frame that goes around the name and date goes all the way around the rock to the ground. It goes off of the left side. The last picture is one that I'm not sure what it is right now bc I do not remember and all I have is my phone so I can't see it real well. These would be about 50-75yrds behind the 7 or duck. There are vines covering most of the rocks at this place. So I wonder what is not being seen.

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

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    That date's year looks like 1818 which is, of course, outside of the CW period. The way it all is framed out, I wonder if it is a tombstone, as such, for this person.
    "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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    It would be hard to dig there. It is just big pieces of limestone and up on the little bluff but I have no idea so I'm not disagreeing at all. Under the frame is another ridge that is much deeper. That is how I found the name and date. I saw that big ridge and removed the vines to reveal the name. There are carvings everywhere here but a lot of it is graffiti.

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    us
    Dec 2008
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    looks like oct18 1878.

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    It is hard to tell rather it is a 1 or a 7 even when looking at it in person

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    ph
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    its a marker..
    THE ONE LEADS TO ALL LEADS TO ONE

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    Jun 2012
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    Which means what? I really am just getting interested in this but I don't have enough time to do anything about it other than read here

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    Jun 2012
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    What do 8's and 0s mean?

 

 
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