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  1. #196

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    Maverick, youve been talking about tree's on some other threads, Y and U shapes and the #4 curious what thoughts you have on this tree that's at my site its bearings to other other markers are divisible by 3, and its burnt, this is not a quiz, lol, just trying to gather all ideas an info i can Click image for larger version. 

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    That looks like a good goalposts tree to me.
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    I love the symbolism on these sites. Even the vegetation is involved.
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    Mark ,what kind of tree is that?
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  5. #200

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwoodsbob View Post
    Mark ,what kind of tree is that?
    OAK
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  6. #201

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwoodsbob View Post
    I love the symbolism on these sites. Even the vegetation is involved.
    BWB, no doubt, also right above the goal post about 50" near the top of the ridge is this tree with a hoyo/ gunsight Click image for larger version. 

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    Mark, the water behind the goalpost? River or pond?
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    As far as using burned stuff. They used cedar here. This is one of themClick image for larger version. 

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  9. #204

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwoodsbob View Post
    Mark, the water behind the goalpost? River or pond?
    river/large creek. its been really dry so its down to a stream now
    Last edited by Mark60; Feb 09, 2018 at 04:39 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark60 View Post
    BWB, no doubt, also right above the goal post about 50" near the top of the ridge is this tree with a hoyo/ gunsight Click image for larger version. 

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    To me the 2 trees are burnt on purpose, as in to be used together as a gun sight, as you suggest. If you are up on the ridge looking through
    the first burnt tree (hole) sighting through the uprights of the second burnt tree, what to you get?
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  11. #206

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    Ben, unfortunately, I have not been able to get a good look through the sight yet when I took the photo last fall there was a lot of dew and I was wearing muck boots, didnt want to take a chance of breaking my neck, i can say the gunsight is 90 degrees from the goal post and using some Ozark reckoning it appears to point to the owl in previous posts but i will verify when I can get back out there
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    So instead of looking through the hole and the uprights of the goal posts, the goal posts will then line up as one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark60 View Post
    Maverick, youve been talking about tree's on some other threads, Y and U shapes and the #4 curious what thoughts you have on this tree that's at my site its bearings to other other markers are divisible by 3, and its burnt, this is not a quiz, lol, just trying to gather all ideas an info i can Click image for larger version. 

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    Mark60,
    Sorry for being a late comer to your question, but life happens and I had to go out today.
    In ref. to your split question, first off, I am in Total agreement with Benjamin Gates, just as he has used the words ready to come out of my mouth.
    On the second Q., the meaning of the #4, is related to the Christian Church symbolic denomination of The Cross.
    Just as #3 stands for The Holly Trinity, and # 2 stands for the Duality of Christ as Man and God.
    And of course, #1 which is attributed To Jesus Christ as “The One and Only” the Alpha and Omega.
    Thus, the Church interpretation has been used by the Spaniards at large, also by others, in line with the Christian faith.
    Amazingly, even some pirates used it, and of course they were not men-of-God.
    Some others Orders, Cults or Associations have used this symbols, as they became part of “the code”
    P.S. Interestingly,…you have three upright branches, lining up (as in #3) and 2 additional limbs pointing to the water. (water=sacred)
    Too many coincidences to be the work of nature.
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    Another "coincidence" is the fact that you have the symbol of Fertility (very often used by the Spaniards), on the back of the Trinity-(goal posts+one).
    Hard to determine "who" is the author, based on time-line,...but somebody used that Knowledge, ,,,accurately and in detail
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  15. #210
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    If this were my site,...I would follow up upon all directional signs for about 300 yards, or/ and...the line of sight through the gun sight.

    If they take you to your earlier shown rocks, that in itself opens a whole new chapter in your quest. And that, in my opinion is a new ball game.
    Last edited by Maverick1; Feb 09, 2018 at 11:34 PM.
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