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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    I was answering dsty's post, as far as your post goes, I have to ask what country you are in?
    I am from iran.Northwest of Iran . East Azerbaijan Province
    please help me.

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    Zighourat,Why do you think that the Spanish and Jesuits who buried treasures in North and South America would be the same people who buried treasure in your country?
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ml#post5165411

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ensed-128.html

  3. #1728
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    This marker was found about 20 feet from the crisscross spot, If I had to Guess I would say it is an owl.
    Locating the exact aura spot must be like another technical field procedure.
    Being that far from the X spot is interesting. Finding a rock shape would be
    interesting also. Would be noticeable, to find something shaped like that.
    Last edited by Crosse De Sign; Sep 12, 2017 at 11:40 AM.
    ~ Psalm 23:4,6 ~ Yea, Though I Walk Through The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death,
    I Will Fear No Evil: For THOU Art With Me; THY Rod And THY Staff They Comfort
    Me. ...Surely Goodness And Mercy Shall Follow Me All The Days Of My Life:
    And I Will Dwell In The House Of The LORD Forever... King David ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Zighourat,Why do you think that the Spanish and Jesuits who buried treasures in North and South America would be the same people who buried treasure in your country?
    In my opinion, it is largely the same. For example, the similarity between Iranian and American rock art, or the relationship between civilizations and empires, is one way of transferring knowledge, for example.In your opinion, is the mathematical physics of physics different in Iran and the United States. Nay, maybe it is a little more advanced, but the principle is the same. The ancient world was in the realm of a maximum of three great empires that extended its civilization to all its geography And shared.

    Please comment on what you know. tank you.
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    Images above and to the right and left of the above cliffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by zighourat View Post
    In my opinion, it is largely the same. For example, the similarity between Iranian and American rock art, or the relationship between civilizations and empires, is one way of transferring knowledge, for example.In your opinion, is the mathematical physics of physics different in Iran and the United States. Nay, maybe it is a little more advanced, but the principle is the same. The ancient world was in the realm of a maximum of three great empires that extended its civilization to all its geography And shared.

    Please comment on what you know. tank you.
    That may all be relative, but still, one would have to know about the
    empire(s), & of the specific entity, their potential treasure code(s),
    to be able to try and interpret, what may have been left at a site.

    The marks, markers, & other things undoubtedly vary considerably,
    by the different various kinds of peoples, that would have cached
    treasure. Even here in the US, as well as another continent, there
    is a lot more than the relevance of physics, & such as the culture,
    reasons to store something of substantial value, motives, codes.

    Even if the rock art is similar, who made it and why, would have
    to be known, in order to start ciphering something left, other than
    just for the purpose of art. Like say perhaps the travelers from one
    continent to another, used similar images to leave a sort of record,
    whether art or historically, or for a way to be able to find the way back
    to something, like clues on a map. Even better yet, an established code.
    Last edited by Crosse De Sign; Sep 12, 2017 at 04:37 PM.
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    I Will Fear No Evil: For THOU Art With Me; THY Rod And THY Staff They Comfort
    Me. ...Surely Goodness And Mercy Shall Follow Me All The Days Of My Life:
    And I Will Dwell In The House Of The LORD Forever... King David ~

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    Zighourat, If you have the same shaped rocks as we do, such as hearts turtles A-Frame rocks shaft signs then please post those.

    But even then there is a reason that the treasures were left behind here due to Mexico and other countries defeating Spain, so why would the Spanish and Jesuits leave treasures buried in your country? Another question is what type of treasures do you think would be still buried in your country gold silver etc.

    So basically I am asking who buried the treasures and why they would still be buried.
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ml#post5165411

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ensed-128.html

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ID:	1493684 Sandy1, This white pointer was buried where my alignments cross. Will I find the small triangle in a set up like this? Thanks Rocky
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    RH, this could be a pointer to take you to the next buried marker, but personally I would be using equipment at this point, since you say you have an aura and a crisscross spot is the aura in the direction the rock is pointing?
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ml#post5165411

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ensed-128.html

  10. #1735
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    Yes it is, but I think less than 50 feet. Thanks

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    Something that I have really not addressed is arrow rocks,these single shaped rocks near treasure areas will be pointing in every direction, sometimes they are pointing into a crevice or towards some big boulder, but they are never pointing to an important dig spot because they are just enticers trying to send you all over the place, the important lines have 2 rocks making an alignment or sometimes just a triangle.
    So single pointer rocks above ground are not even worth your time to look at.

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    Here is the same arrow rock, Notice the half circle of rocks below the arrow rock , just another enticer saying dig in this circle.

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    Enticers are everywhere around a treasure vault. This is why its important to weed out all the BS markers and just look for the shaft sign, A-frame, triangle, heart, turtle and two rock alignments and verify those with measurements.

    The only time a pointer rock is helpful is to find another more important sign other than that they are never used to point to a dig spot.
    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ml#post5165411

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/tr...ensed-128.html

  12. #1737

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    Sandy1]Have you not read and heard about the civilization of the Medes, Mana, Urartu, Kasyan, Achaemenid, Sassanid, Parthian, Elamite, and other empires, including Timurid?
    Our ancestors buried valuable property to preserve their property from war and plunder, whether government or capitalists, or soldiers and commanders were tempted to take troops during wartime or their wages.
    Ancient treasures in our area, including silver jewelry and ... Are you unaware of the historical objects of this region.
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    These are also examples of treasury symbols and signs in this area

    You can see more by searching the word below in google.

    نمادها و نشانه های دفینه و گنجینه
    Last edited by zighourat; Sep 13, 2017 at 09:23 AM.
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    Or I have taken the image of this triangle sign. Where is your treasure this sgin in your opinion?
    Last edited by zighourat; Sep 13, 2017 at 09:38 AM.

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    What is the closest that you have captured good treasure auras?
    Is a half mile the best distance for catching the treasure auras in photos--as a compromise between
    easily viewing them and having several caches in a photo so you can catch one of them flashing?

 

 

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