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    Nov 2015
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    Hey man definitely look around for other rocks, and even trees with the same or similar symbols!! I know that sometimes they and as in "they" idk know who exactly I am referring to, but hey would but triangles with dots marking where treasure would be. that should be one point of the triangle now you have to find the other two

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juba II View Post
    Brother
    As you know well the history is written by the victor and distort history as he likes
    Ups do African scribes in America in a cave Bruce
    Next thing you know, you'll be trying to say the rune stone in Oklahoma is hieroglyphics ...

    Reality is, you're trying to insert political correctness into treasure hunting. Will never work.
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  3. #33

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    This area still has a lot work to do, I appreciate everyone's comments an insight I realize the rock pics are limited and I will try an post some more, I do believe there is more information on this rock
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  4. #34

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    Ok everyone here are a few more pics of the rock and a rock I found about 200yd SW Click image for larger version. 

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  5. #35
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    Amarillo Texas

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    Hello Mark60, It may be that you have more than 2/3 different types of language's or types of carvings, are the small stones found like they were found,
    Too Soon Old -- Too Late Smart

  6. #36

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    dsty, the white rock which i accidentally posted twice is about the size of a football it is where i found it but this spot is a gravel bar in the river so it must washed down from up river.. wish i knew where, the other rock pics are of course the carved rock from the top at different angles I do see some other symbols such as the wavy line down the middle? and the square? near the edge, not sure of their meaning

  7. #37
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    Dec 2008
    illinois
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    get metal detector out and do grid search.

  8. #38

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    hadji009, I have done a lil bit of that, my MD is old, at least 15yrs maybe more, it uses a needle an light for signal strength, for ferrous an non-ferrous it's depth range is pretty weak give it my best shot though

  9. #39
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    Amarillo Texas

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    Mark60, if it was me I would work each carving separate, I would work the Triangle first, get something with a sharp point ( lead pencil ) that will make a point in the center of the marble size hole, make a mark at each corner with your pencil and draw a line between the corner marks to make a triangle, the dot should be a reference point to find the direction to the corners that should be aprox 300 feet from your reference point which should be marked possibly with a drill hole. Actual distance that I would expect is 189.5 feet ( Cordell ) What you have is possibly a map , First thing is to get a starting point which is your rock with the drawings, you will need a compass, fiberglass 100 foot measurng tape and lots of endurance.
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    Too Soon Old -- Too Late Smart

  10. #40

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    dsty, I have worked off the triangle, the bearings are all very interesting indeed, and there are a couple of markers that do line up with the bottom 2 points I have not found any reference point or marker that lines up with the top point, interestingly though the alignment does not come from the dot to the corner point an on out, but rather straight down the line, top to corner and out, one point is approx 125yds to the marker the other is 60yrds?, I'm guessing cause I was using my cell with a GPS app an i didnt have a very good signal so the range is as-cued

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    Good luck , my brother
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  12. #42
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    Sometimes they only show you two corners, try using 33 inch paces between them ( pace ) just to check if they are, if they are really corner markers you should be able to be use the Jesuit measurement, one of degrees should be 320
    Too Soon Old -- Too Late Smart

  13. #43

    Oct 2015
    S/W MO
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    dsty' I can tell you 320 is very possibly one of the degrees, the compass headings I have for all 3 points are divisible by a prime #, i will have to go back an check the distance between the 2 markers and verify the bearing on the markers if it's not 320 it's really freakin close

  14. #44

    Apr 2015
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    Any news
    I waited to bring the pictures but you have not provided

  15. #45

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    Can you bring a picture of a girl to the front triangle to see what the corresponding teacher

 

 
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