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    Re: Treasure Marks/Signs - Diagnosed Here

    Shortstack, thank you for your help, I really appreciate it.

  2. #1067
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    Re: Treasure Marks/Signs - Diagnosed Here

    DTTH;
    After looking over your "chevron", "tombstone" picture, I would advise caution. The entire left side appears to be a man made balancing act of large stones. In other words, a trap.

    Just above the green bush is a sunlit stone and resting on it is another large stone that is laying down horizontally, and next to it a large upright piece rounded like a tombstone. Look where the shadows of the horizontal and upright rocks meet and you'll see what appears to be the sunlit tip of be a small piece of stone wedged between the two. This could be a trigger. If it, or any one of the three rocks are moved, the entire thing looks as though it would tip forward and dump.

    Check all around this rock pile carefully. You don't get second chances.

    Don't mean to rain on you, but this thing jumped off the page.

    I believe you're onto something. Good luck.

  3. #1068
    dig deeper

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    Re: Treasure Marks/Signs - Diagnosed Here

    Quote Originally Posted by dog, the treasure hunter
    winged man,or man ready for battle?
    Hi, dog, the treasure hunter, from post 1047:
    could the shadow on the right be a
    massive heart shadow ?

    CB

  4. #1069
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    thanks for that info. grillz.,i will be carefull when i get back there.that area is very interesting for sure.i want to get back there and do some detecting and more exploring. cleveland b. it very well could be a large heart,thanks for pointing that out.

  5. #1070
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    heres a strange looking rock set up.can anyone tell if it has been worked by man?Attachment 619162

  6. #1071
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    any ideals on whats going on here with these stones? thanks.Attachment 619164

  7. #1072
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    thanks poorfarm,i belive you are right. that they have been set there by man.

  8. #1073
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    this stone doesnt even look like it should be able to sit there.theresAttachment 619993 some other things there as well.

  9. #1074
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    "The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits."~Albert Einstein

    Jan 2007
    Tesoro Bandido II and DeLeon. also a Detector Pro Headhunter Diver, and a Garrett BFO called The Hunter & a Garrett Ace 250.
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    Dog, TTher:
    Looks kinda like you have a mixed site here. Yep, that "balance rock" looks like it just can't be natural, but.........check closer. And there's a large, carved head on the left edge of the exact center of the pic. I wonder if it'll change shape when the sun is in a different position. His brother is down in the lower right quadrant on a 45 degree line from the first one.

    Looks like one, or possibly two, sun signs in the shape of hearts in the left, front area of the upper, main rock pile. Many things to check closer.
    How far away were you when you snapped the photo?
    "Dobie created the HUNGER............Von Mueller said, EAT". comment by HELM Associates on the dedication page of their book, Treaasure Lead Generation.

  10. #1075
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    awesome !!

  11. #1076
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    That "treasure buried underneath" sign at the lower right side of the rock is tiny. Congrats!

  12. #1077
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    Quote Originally Posted by usernotfound View Post
    That "treasure buried underneath" sign at the lower right side of the rock is tiny. Congrats!
    Looks like an omega sign with a dot in the center of the horseshoe portion.

  13. #1078
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    thanks for the info. shortstack, i belive you are right. i need to get back there and take some photos of that area at different times of the day and see what shows up.i belive i was at least a couple hundred yards away.

  14. #1079
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    nice shadows poorfarm,i really like the lower one. i almost want to say that i have seen that shadow in my area before. thanks for posting it.

  15. #1080
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    any ideals,or thoughts ?Attachment 623278Attachment 623279

 

 
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