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    Quote Originally Posted by PROSPECTORMIKEL View Post
    Howdy DTTH.
    I believe that your Janus stone is built with many smaller stones.

    Look carefully at the right end of it.

    This should NOT make you feel as if it could be unimportant.
    Quite the opposite is true.

    If they went to the work to build it, then it was made for a purpose!!

    Happy hunting.
    Mikel

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    Thanks PMikel. Its is a built Janus,and very important to the caches in that area. I wish i had more time to dig all the different cache set ups there. Id really like to learn more about the different vault construction methods. Iam kinda done with the signs and X spot stuff now. Now my focus is on the vault and door construction. That stuff is turning out to be just as time consuming and difficult as the signs and X spot stuff. Iam lucky to have found out probably less than 1% of the signs and X spots stuff,and that has taken years for that small amount of discovery, and it was mostly by luck.So far the under ground stuff is just as complex, and just as physical demanding, if not more so. But iam still working on it, like everything, it has its highs and lows. But you gain knowledge each time you go out. Thanks for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    "I'm not Mad, I'm Kahleesi!"


    Loading up to go talk to a Duck as I type, if I don't get blown off the mountain we may head to Blueberry Hill tomorrow. Putting rocks in my pockets.

    Wish me luck.
    Here is a monument pointing to the Blueberry hill area. I have always wondered if this smaller nub is a Sundial type projector. Blueberry hill all seems to be all older old school top notch work. Its just different.
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    It does look like a sun-dial. That would be another time piece, but different than the one on BB Hill.
    Your people were amazing.

    Let's see what Khaleesi has to say/comment about it in situ. Can't wait.

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    What a beautiful ending to a day that got off to a bad start.


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    Unfortunately, we were not able to reach the site we had planned to visit today, in short....I fought the Mountain and the Mountain won. This time.
    But I don't give up that easy, and will be making another attempt before all is said and done.


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    I have a sneaky suspicion this spying Spirit had something to do with it....


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    Not willing to waste the day, we instead expanded our exploration of the first site and I was not disappointed. The Wows just keep coming. I will leave off with the commentary and just load Y'all up with photos for a change, lol. One thing I will mention though is that everything here wants to hurt ya, so always mind your step. Everywhere. That said....


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    In no particular order.....


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    Gorgeous Pics...That bush looks pretty sharp!

    I'm thinking you need more than a St. Raphael medallion!!

    I'm catching up with the threads and posts. Had a death in the family.

    Interesting topics and posts.

    Glad You're Back Dit...I might of already said that, but twice never hurt, huh?

    Kace

    I just saw I did already say I was glad you're back! Oh well.. I am
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    FIRST: Research The TELLER OF THE TALE With As Much Due Diligence As The TALE Itself

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    And a strange little out of place Lizard thingy on a boulder .....


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    ..... with an amazing alignment I'm holding out on.
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    And a very strange sign I'm not sure I want to post for the implications it may have.

    We believe it is a directional, but it also has the "M"....which could be considered the Owl of Minerva, I believe ?? There are other markings following the "M", but it just doesn't fit anything we have seen so far. Really strange. I almost think it's another little Devil sign. Scary as H_E_double hockey sticks.

    Maybe Mav1, our resident Devil expert, could lend his interpretation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kace View Post
    Gorgeous Pics...That bush looks pretty sharp!

    I'm thinking you need more than a St. Raphael medallion!!

    I'm catching up with the threads and posts. Had a death in the family.

    Interesting topics and posts.

    Glad You're Back Dit...I might of already said that, but twice never hurt, huh?

    Kace

    I just saw I did already say I was glad you're back! Oh well.. I am



    I was more worried about the snake....


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    So sorry to hear of your loss, email me please.....cell service here is non-existent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    And a very strange sign I'm not sure I want to post for the implications it may have.

    We believe it is a directional, but it also has the "M"....which could be considered the Owl of Minerva, I believe ?? There are other markings following the "M", but it just doesn't fit anything we have seen so far. Really strange. I almost think it's another little Devil sign. Scary as H_E_double hockey sticks.

    Maybe Mav1, our resident Devil expert, could lend his interpretation?


    Devil expert? Lol. No, God forbid. You're looking at Melusina. Long-long story and not very well covered.

    Desert trekking takes a little getting used to, indeed. Everything wants to 'get you' one way or the other. You need tall boots and to respect all vegetation.
    Did you bring a walking stick? You could improvise, if need be. That will help you push away the thorny bushes and keep snakes at bay.
    A painting pole will do, if nothing else is available.
    Also, besides water, you will need a salt pill for longer hikes. You may be dehydrated and Not know it. NO joke. If you feel light headed even after drinking lots of water, and your body aches, then you are dehydrated without visible sweat. That's the desert's dry wind taking the toll on you. Take a pinch of salt with your water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kace View Post
    Gorgeous Pics...That bush looks pretty sharp!

    I'm thinking you need more than a St. Raphael medallion!!

    I'm catching up with the threads and posts. Had a death in the family.

    Interesting topics and posts.

    Glad You're Back Dit...I might of already said that, but twice never hurt, huh?

    Kace

    I just saw I did already say I was glad you're back! Oh well.. I am

    Kace, sorry about your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    In no particular order.....


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    Dit, (Khaleesi) you need a little more time to digest the pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick1 View Post
    Devil expert? Lol. No, God forbid. You're looking at Melusina. Long-long story and not very well covered.

    Desert trekking takes a little getting used to, indeed. Everything wants to 'get you' one way or the other. You need tall boots and to respect all vegetation.
    Did you bring a walking stick? You could improvise, if need be. That will help you push away the thorny bushes and keep snakes at bay.
    A painting pole will do, if nothing else is available.
    Also, besides water, you will need a salt pill for longer hikes. You may be dehydrated and Not know it. NO joke. If you feel light headed even after drinking lots of water, and your body aches, then you are dehydrated without visible sweat. That's the desert's dry wind taking the toll on you. Take a pinch of salt with your water.


    Melusina.....can't say I've ever heard that one. Interesting, you will have to update me.

    I'm not so sure though, it's very confusing....almost Masculine. And I feel like I should know this one, that nagging sense of recognition just beyond my grasp. Ever feel like that? There's just....something. Maybe I should sleep on it, I sometimes get answers if I just quit looking for them. Have awakened talking to myself before, lol. Weird. I was really hoping you had a quick answer for me. It just looks so damn familiar. Arrghh!

    And that's very sound advice. I am doing my best to stay hydrated, using that stuff that has both salts and electrolytes. Dog gave me a walking stick, but you are right...I need taller boots. Dog and I both have snake gators, but left in such a rush this morning we forgot them. Will NOT happen again. That one was rather aggressive. We are both carrying but chose to just let him go one way while we went the other. So much snake iconology at this site I figure he belongs there.

 

 
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