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  1. #3676
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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret squirl View Post
    Sandy 1 , Do you know what the other rings of numbers are for? Im especially curious about the inner ring, that has 123, then starts and counts from 1. Do they also play a role?
    Rings of numbers?
    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
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  2. #3677
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    I just added the base holy numbers on post #3672
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-245.html#post5982256


  3. #3678
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    Sandy1 thanks for this recent info i have had some spare time to do some studying of triangulation in surveying and how important it is to the workings. I will definitely be applying this in my field work as of now it should solve the problems i have been having.
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  4. #3679
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyzak View Post
    I know this is horrible but i can not show a photo of this its a 7 on my site with 3 dots and its carved on top of a flat rock and its 20 feet from a natural spring. I can not show a picture of it unfortunately but i did make a drawing here is what it looks like. Does anybody have any idea what the 3 dots would be on the 7 for. I know i am close to a spring and the 7 goes with that but the 3 dots i can not figure out. Attachment 1643818
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    Remember Cyzak I don't actually use symbols on the rocks I just find important points such as the triangle being 130 feet apart from tip to tip (marked at each of the tips in different ways) I have seen many carvings but the triangle layout is what is really important not the carvings on the individual rocks themselves.
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-245.html#post5982256


  6. #3681
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Now I am going to share something extremely Important to finding the Vaults.


    This is a Surveyors Compass that is 357 years old (1661) From London England (Made by Henry Sutton)
    Henry Sutton (instrument maker) - Wikipedia
    Attachment 1649674

    Here is the Important Part which I have just recently found out myself so I thought I would share it with you all.

    If you zoom in on the compass in the picture above which was made during the time period the Vaults were being built here in America, you will Notice that the compass is marked out in a full 360 degrees (look at North pointing to 360)

    Now, I have always been under the impression that the compass was a 15 degree increment compass just like shown in the book De Re Metallica, Boy was I wrong.

    They Used Single Holy Degrees off everything That is why I had finally figured out that Cactus triangle that I showed not long ago, because they used single holy degrees off of the set lines of the triangle. Here is the Link to the Triangle
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed) - Page 239

    the kings Triangle is no different they set up lines that you go so many single holy degrees off from in order to find the Leg of the Kings 130 foot triangle, Once they had one leg they could make the rest of the triangle which is why only one point has an actual Boulder and the other is an Invisible Crisscross Spot.

    Here are the Base Holy Numbers 3-7-11-13
    inside the "sun" in the compass center. From center out, where north is, the inner ring of numbers shows 123, then the next ring out shows 250, 500, 750.
    At nnw on the inner ring it shows again, 1,2,3 etc. then the next ring out is 006, 011,019 etc.
    These are what I am asking about.

  7. #3682
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    I just use the single ring of 360 degrees off from existing lines with numbers like 21 degrees 39 degrees and here is a big one 49 degrees 3's 7's and 13's are the big base numbers they used.
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-245.html#post5982256


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    here is mt 3 from missouri.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Now I am going to share something extremely Important to finding the Vaults.


    This is a Surveyors Compass that is 357 years old (1661) From London England (Made by Henry Sutton)
    Henry Sutton (instrument maker) - Wikipedia
    Attachment 1649674

    Here is the Important Part which I have just recently found out myself so I thought I would share it with you all.

    If you zoom in on the compass in the picture above which was made during the time period the Vaults were being built here in America, you will Notice that the compass is marked out in a full 360 degrees (look at North pointing to 360)

    Now, I have always been under the impression that the compass was a 15 degree increment compass just like shown in the book De Re Metallica, Boy was I wrong.

    They Used Single Holy Degrees off everything That is why I had finally figured out that Cactus triangle that I showed not long ago, because they used single holy degrees off of the set lines of the triangle. Here is the Link to the Triangle
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed) - Page 239

    the kings Triangle is no different they set up lines that you go so many single holy degrees off from in order to find the Leg of the Kings 130 foot triangle, Once they had one leg they could make the rest of the triangle which is why only one point has an actual Boulder and the other is an Invisible Crisscross Spot.

    Here are the Base Holy Numbers 3-7-11-13
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Remember Cyzak I don't actually use symbols on the rocks I just find important points such as the triangle being 130 feet apart from tip to tip (marked at each of the tips in different ways) I have seen many carvings but the triangle layout is what is really important not the carvings on the individual rocks themselves.
    Yes very true i believe this to be just a sign on a trail pointing the way along the trail nothing to do with a treasure site sorry for any confusion to the community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    I meant every word of what I said above, Only the people who are the instigators/deceivers of the highlighted part above have a problem with this information.


    EDIT:
    One other thing I would like to say, anybody who deny's my information has quite obviously never been to a kings vault, either that or they are trying to cover up their existence.
    Well... I've not had the pleasure of being at the entrance looking into a kings vault...
    Buttt... Since I'm half crazy & well beyond just innocently gullible, knowing that
    I've been more than guessing, about having likely been walking past or over
    the top of more than just 1 or 2 for several years.....

    Yep I believe, because of the same kind of markers that are in so many
    different areas, seen by different people that have nothing to gain by
    lying & so much to learn listening & observing, then making proper
    applications. Therein I reckon, lies the reasons for so much envy.


    Oh to learn the markers, measurements, degrees, angles...
    Not for everyone. Can't believe still, sandy1 exposing so
    many people to all of this info obtained after a heck of
    a lot of hard work entwined with so much deep study.
    Even if I never peek into one, many thanks to you,
    Sure have enjoyed, & expanded my understanding.
    Last edited by Crosse De Sign; Nov 10, 2018 at 09:07 PM.
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    And I Will Dwell In The House Of The LORD Forever... King David ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    I have a couple but its important to get a compass that has a wire for a sight I have used and still have a scope type but the wire type allows for a greater angle of sight up and down hills and for closer realistic viewing (not magnified)

    Here is my surveyors compass and I am showing what degrees I have offset for declination as well (the black arrow pointing down) which works very well for here in AZ but magnetic North moves around a bit from year to year, which really doesn't matter much because the markers/cactus triangle leg/alignments are many times on quadrants such as 45 degrees etc. so you can get close enough to get a good setting on an existing marker line.
    Attachment 1648281Attachment 1648278


    Since we are talking about degrees, it is very Important to mention degrees off of existing lines, this is for the most part how distances are accomplished far more so than with measurements, this is the key to understanding the triangles as well as the hidden entrance. (more on that later)

    I have said in the past that they used the rod in order to measure, however that was at the oldest sites, (at the newer sites which still have treasures buried to this day safe and sound in their vaults from the 1700/1800s, they used the Same Basic Foot that we use today on our standard tape measures for measuring the markers surrounding the vaults) and there are a set of numbers that are very Holy to them.

    Remember these numbers, they are used by multiplying with each other as well as multiples of the same number and are used both as compass degrees and feet.

    3 7 13

    Examples: 3x7=21 or 3x13=39 or 7x7=49 or 13x10=130 feet (the length of the triangle)

    These are Both Degrees and Distances that are at the heart of these treasures and are truly secret information to these treasure vaults.


    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    I have been saying they used English Feet all the way back in my original guide, #53 15th picture down (drawing of lines) as well as the next drawing 23rd picture down.

    This is what I have found in the field (this information is not in any books that I am aware of)
    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Since I do use mostly Feet over the chain and rod, I wanted to show when the standard American Foot was originally in use.


    Here is the time period when the inch, foot, yard and rod/perch all became our modern day measurements.

    Prior to the enactment of a law known as the "Composition of Yards and Perches" (Latin: Compositio ulnarum et perticarum)[4] some time between 1266 and 1303, the English system of measurement had been based on that of the Anglo-Saxons, inherited from tribes from northern Germany.
    The Compositio retained the Anglo-Saxon rod of 5.03 metres 16.5 feet and the acre of 4 40 rods. However, it redefined the yard, foot, inch, and barleycorn to ​10⁄11 of their previous value. Thus, the rod went from 5 old yards to ​5 1⁄2 new yards, or 15 old feet to ​16 1⁄2 new feet. The furlong went from 600 old feet (200 old yards) to 660 new feet (220 new yards). The acre went from 36,000 old square feet to 43,560 new square feet. Scholars have speculated that the Compositio may have represented a compromise between two earlier systems of the units, the Anglo-Saxon and the Roman.


    Land Rod/Perch and Chain Broken down to modern day American Yards, Feet and Inches:


    The earliest surviving definition of this form of the ell appears in the Act on the Composition of Yards and Perches, one of the statutes of uncertain date[n 3] tentatively dated to the reign of Edward I or II c. 1300. Its wording varies in surviving accounts. One reads:[19]
    It is ordained that
    3 grains of barley dry and round do make an inch,
    12 inches make 1 foot,
    3 feet make 1 yard,
    5 yards and a half make a perch/rod, and
    40 perches/rods (10 Chains) in length and 4 perches/rods (1 Chain) in breadth make an acre.


    The Liber Horn (Book from 1311 AD) states:[20]


    And be it remembered that the iron yard of our Lord the King containeth 3 feet and no more, and a foot ought to contain 12 inches by the right measure of this yard measured, to wit, the 36th part of this yard rightly measured maketh 1 inch neither more nor less and 5 yards and a half make a perch/rod that is 16 feet and a half measured by the aforesaid yard of our Lord the King.



    I Use Standard American Feet to measure far more than any other measurement in the field.
    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Now I am going to share something extremely Important to finding the Vaults.


    This is a Surveyors Compass that is 357 years old (1661) From London England (Made by Henry Sutton)
    Henry Sutton (instrument maker) - Wikipedia
    Attachment 1649674

    Here is the Important Part which I have just recently found out myself so I thought I would share it with you all.

    If you zoom in on the compass in the picture above which was made during the time period the Vaults were being built here in America, you will Notice that the compass is marked out in a full 360 degrees (look at North pointing to 360)

    Now, I have always been under the impression that the compass was a 15 degree increment compass just like shown in the book De Re Metallica, Boy was I wrong.

    They Used Single Holy Degrees off everything That is why I had finally figured out that Cactus triangle that I showed not long ago, because they used single holy degrees off of the set lines of the triangle. Here is the Link to the Triangle
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed) - Page 239

    the kings Triangle is no different they set up lines that you go so many single holy degrees off from in order to find the Leg of the Kings 130 foot triangle, Once they had one leg they could make the rest of the triangle which is why only one point has an actual Boulder and the other is an Invisible Crisscross Spot.

    Here are the Base Holy Numbers 3-7-11-13
    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Remember Cyzak I don't actually use symbols on the rocks I just find important points such as the triangle being 130 feet apart from tip to tip (marked at each of the tips in different ways) I have seen many carvings but the triangle layout is what is really important not the carvings on the individual rocks themselves.
    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    I just use the single ring of 360 degrees off from existing lines with numbers like 21 degrees 39 degrees and here is a big one 49 degrees 3's 7's and 13's are the big base numbers they used.
    sandy1,
    I recall you saying you were working on figuring more out.
    Phenomenal, & of course there are people that certainly don't
    want any of this info out, & will never stop at trying to prevent it.
    No doubt your finished work is and will be quite useful & fascinating.
    Thanks for everything, & good luck to you always Amigo..
    Last edited by Crosse De Sign; Nov 10, 2018 at 09:10 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 ~

  13. #3688
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    I will say this, figuring out the triangles at new sites is simple once you know what to look for, but as I have stated before the information is not given in the field, you really have to know what you are doing to get to the end, however here is a good piece of information:

    The crisscross spot is the most Important spot for locating the treasure and is the most important point of the triangle
    .
    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-245.html#post5982256


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    Here is one point of my triangle.

    This was taken from the (Invisible) crisscross spot and is 130 feet to this next rock marker (next point of the triangle), Notice how it is a Rabbit and is looking to the Right which is in the direction of the next tip at another 130 feet turning 120 degrees to the right.
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    I thought I would show this Rabbit Boulder close up and explain it a bit better

    Here is a closeup of the same rabbit boulder from the picture above you should be able to see the Patron Saint/face on the front with a cap on.(notice how this boulder is discolored and not the same color as all the white rocks around it)
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    Here is the Triangle (deeply carved) on the top of the same Rabbit boulder that is exactly 130 feet from the crisscross spot
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    Now for the Third Point of the Triangle which is 130 feet from both the crisscross spot and the Rabbit/Patron Saint boulder making a perfect triangle. (This Boulder point/tip of the triangle Has been Discolored intentionally just like the rabbit/patron saint boulder)
    This point is not Very Important so it was not marked very well.
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    The Only Point of this triangle that really matters is the Crisscross Spot but you do need to find the center of this triangle or at least a boulder within the triangle in order to continue from the crisscross spot

    A very important Note:

    This is the backdoor to the kings Treasures meaning that if all the miners were lost and the kings men had to find the entrance again they could with this triangle but that means having to go the long way in through a backfilled tunnel.
    Last edited by sandy1; Nov 14, 2018 at 09:39 AM.
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    This First Link is for MY GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING
    A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

    This Second link is to my Technical Guide Showing how to catch Auras
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-128.html#post5544576

    Measurements and Degrees
    www.treasurenet.com/forums/treasure-marks-signs/519355-guide-vault-treasure-hunting-condensed-245.html#post5982256


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    Thank you Sandy, I send you the photos in your thread, I hope they are well uploaded and you can see them without problems, tell me are these auras, the photos were taken with! Phone 7, in an excursion, the small white aura is aligned with a rock, and the other two auras are in a semicircle of rocks, the two are together and are the most visible, the photos were taken near dusk. Do you think they have probabilities? Again thank you very much.

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