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Thread: ANCIENT VOICES: Ditlihis Journey Into The Truth Of Ancient Treasure In The Southwest

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    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter View Post
    Here is a photo,with me sitting in the stone chair with a Compass on my Knee. Maybe the Deg. will add some type of helpful info. for some.Attachment 1712296
    The throne is....


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    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter View Post
    I dont know if its a Devil or not, i cant see it. To me, if its a Devil, treasure wise, thats a great thing to me. To me the devil is a secret sign, that is a great one to find. I know i would like to see it. Ill have to try and enlarge the photo. Thanks for the info.
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    It is said, ….that in his wisdom, King Solomon was able to control and subdue the demons.
    https://gnosticwarrior.com/asmodeus.html


    Asmodeus, was put in charge as the Keeper of the Tresures……
    “This biblical legend of how King Solomon had controlled the King of Demons, Asmodeus……”
    https://books.google.com/books?id=SM...modeus&f=false

    “ Solomon the wise king was a magician who had figured out how to control his workers with the demons of alchemical gaseous means and subsequent worms that are the result of such magic. “


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asmodeus

    Thus,… when in context of treasure related pictograms of the ‘devil’, it is Asmodeus (the demon) rather than Lucifer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdog View Post
    What direction are you facing, Dog? Seems like I asked you before but I can’t remember.
    Gee Mdog, Iam so ignorant with a compass, i had to think about it for awhile, and picture which way the needle is pointing. It looks like the red needle is pointing to my right, so i guess iam facing west, i guess it agrees with my shadow. If i remember right it was early morning, and the sun was coming up behind me. So i say iam facing west. Thats why i dont hunt with a compass, iam just not good with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    It's very faint....


    Attachment 1712297

    EXCELLENT eye. One of the best in the field.

    Breaking the 'rules' again?

    Way to go. That's the only way to Quantum Leap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick1 View Post
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    It is said, ….that in his wisdom, King Solomon was able to control and subdue the demons.
    https://gnosticwarrior.com/asmodeus.html


    Asmodeus, was put in charge as the Keeper of the Tresures……
    “This biblical legend of how King Solomon had controlled the King of Demons, Asmodeus……”
    https://books.google.com/books?id=SM...modeus&f=false

    “ Solomon the wise king was a magician who had figured out how to control his workers with the demons of alchemical gaseous means and subsequent worms that are the result of such magic. “


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asmodeus

    Thus,… when in context of treasure related pictograms of the ‘devil’, it is Asmodeus (the demon) rather than Lucifer.
    Thanks Maverick1 for the links. Man that was a great read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdog View Post
    This sounds like it’s gonna be a lot of fun. Show us the way, teacher.


    That it is, my friend, but I'm not Teacher material, lol. Teachers must have the patience of a Saint, and I ain't no Saint.

    I just love history and am always learning, and like to share what I learn with people who have like interests. Marius' question was hard to answer as the treasures I seek have no name. So I thought a brief history was in order to help build an overall big picture and the setting for my search. As I read back over my posts I sound like a tour guide, lol, but it is what it is. Fun as heck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter View Post
    Thanks Maverick1 for the links. Man that was a great read.


    I second that, GREAT read!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick1 View Post
    EXCELLENT eye. One of the best in the field.

    Breaking the 'rules' again?

    Way to go. That's the only way to Quantum Leap



    Me? Break Rules??



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    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter View Post
    Gee Mdog, Iam so ignorant with a compass, i had to think about it for awhile, and picture which way the needle is pointing. It looks like the red needle is pointing to my right, so i guess iam facing west, i guess it agrees with my shadow. If i remember right it was early morning, and the sun was coming up behind me. So i say iam facing west. Thats why i dont hunt with a compass, iam just not good with it.
    Thanks Dog. There must be a reason that the throne is facing west. What is to the west?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    Me? Break Rules??




    Simply?.....................DUH , DA-DA-DA

    .........AND we love it



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditlihi View Post
    Indeed there are....and ducks as well if my memory doesn't fail me.
    I've observed hundreds if not thousands of petroglyphs in SW New Mexico and elsewhere, but don't recall ever seeing a duck carving. I've seen a number of rocks that folks say are shaped like a duck, but ... well, never mind. Cats though - heads, full bodies, prints in stone, human/feline combinations, even mountain tops and 3d rock creations - yup. If that's a cat on that boulder, I'd say it has some significance and possibly a relation to other sites in the region.
    "Well, yeah, that's just, like, your opinion, man."
    Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski, 1998

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    …’tiz a wabbit?
    …’tiz a duck?

    A Wabbi-duck?
    The ancients were known for phantasmagorical creations in form of many combinations of Human-Animal, …Animal-Animal,…Human-Human…..etc.
    Their Intentions on the meaning?.........well, that’s up to the Reader-of-the-Site.
    If you are ‘them’, …you will See and you will Know.
    They were Not put there for everybody’s enjoyment. They had a scope.

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    Was that PUT there?

    Nature?

    Your call.............

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    more mysteries...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick1 View Post
    Asmodeus, was put in charge as the Keeper of the Treasures……
    A most interesting Asmodeus at a most interesting place.

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    "Well, yeah, that's just, like, your opinion, man."
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