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  1. Lue Map

    Hi. I would like to begin by saying, I have the utmost respect for you and what you have shared with the treasure hunting community. I would never have started chasing tree signs to carving sites, without your book "Shadow of the Sentinel". That, along with a few very educated members who have...
  2. Lue Map

    Hi. I have to disagree about the carving being natural/faulting of the rock. A simple trek to the site by a local Tnet member will resolve this easily enough. I do agree it's a stretch to link the LUE with it but, it is having the desired effect of generating discussion. I also disagree that...
  3. Lue Map

    Hi. I think we're both right and/or possibly one or both of us is wrong. I'm somewhat familiar with the lines you're talking about. The layout in Washington D C is the most well-known that comes to mind (running lines across the US from certain landmarks). I've seen the coding of the...
  4. Lue Map

    https://www.cpr.org/2020/08/03/marble-colorado-has-history-art-and-character-set-in-stone/ This pic is @ Marble Colorado which is a few miles northwest of Treasure Mountain. Could this area possibly be the "omega" of the LUE map. This is roughly north/northwest of the carving pic I posted...
  5. Lue Map

    Here is a link to a sundial located at an old fort on the Spanish trail, south of Cimmeron. https://sundials.org/index.php/sundial-registry/onedial/393 The time frame seems to fit along with the location. IDK, if it relates to the map or not, but that's why we need differing opinions to help...
  6. Lue Map

    Hi. I am inclined to agree with your conjecture. For every positive found relating to KVM and the LUE, there also sees to be a negative. What if KVM & co. were used by the "organization" to release the map and clues. This is only a theory, but who better than the "father of modern day treasure...
  7. Lue Map

    Hi. That's interesting. I'll have to go back & try to find your thread. But it dovetails nicely into the data I have presented, IMHO. There is no "legend" to the LUE, only lots of circumstantial evidence to support the map based on KVM's clues. I've simply tried to approach this in a different...
  8. Lue Map

    My thoughts are the LUE is hoards/caches of placer gold from the "Ancient River of Gold" as the source. The river breaks both north and south around the New Mexico/Colorado border @ the San Luis valley area. It is also possible, IMHO, that KVM "pots" of gold found associated with the LUE were...
  9. Lue Map

    I agree with that statement in general. However, please look closer @ the pic. The top left "S" is different than the other three & the building was built in 1865. Add this to the fact the way the building is oriented to the compass ("S's" are facing south), IMHO this is telling the searcher...
  10. Lue Map

    Hi. I found this pic while researching history of the area. I left out the link (on purpose) to it, in hopes that it would not disappear. I have in the past, posted things (field clues) and had them removed/destroyed in the field. I don't know if it is known by others, but I assume it is if they...
  11. Lue Map

    I guess I never gave it much thought. I just assumed it was for multiple income streams. I don't know, but I'm guessing each submission didn't pay that much. But, the more I think about it, if I had a number of other names and say a po box with it, I could easily create fake id's.
  12. Lue Map

    Hi. I must confess, my computer skills aren't the greatest. Lol But, if you divide the pic into 4 quads(like the LUE map), it's in the top right quad. There are two trees seen along the skyline, it's the rock formation just to the left of the left hand tree. Enlarge it, and you can see the...
  13. Lue Map

    TREASURE HUNTER'S YEARBOOK 1970 - '71 A. T. Evans von MUELLER, KARL; Exanimo Establishment, Segundo, Colorado 81070. One of the best known, and most widely read contributors of information and techniques relating to the field of treasure hunting. Started relic hunting at Fort Kearney...
  14. Help with the history of the Lue from the subject matter experts

    Hi. I haven't put in the years that other members here have on the LUE. But, IMHO, I can't think of a single reference prior to the release of the map to the public that can be verified. KVM obviously expected us to be able to "read between the lines" and find vague references to other things...
  15. Lue Map

    These maps show a coal field that borders New Mexico & Colorado in the Raton area. I plotted LUE clues, known placer deposits, and all the areas mentioned in "The Ancient River of Gold" by Raymond Wallace on Google Earth. My focus was from Farmington, New Mexico (4 corners) east to the San Juan...
  16. Lue Map

    This is a directional carving located @ Angelfire, NM. Angelfire is west & south of Cimmeron, NM and north and west of Black Lake, NM. IMHO, there should be other carved signs as well in this area. My best guess is it's pointing North/Northwest. However, without additional information, who knows?
  17. Help with tree carving?

    I read this as a blaze with a snake head on top, meaning travel on. You should/will find other bent trees, carving trees, etc. on up the mountain.
  18. Lue Map

    I am working on a theory, based on physical clues in the field. My current working model, is that the area around Cimmeron, NM is the "Alpha" if you will, and for lack of a better "Omega" the carving stone found north of Conejos Peak, CO. These two "pillars" discussed here, IMHO, are confirming...
  19. Found in Colorado (Saguache County)

    Hi. I've posted your pic in this thread. It is possibly associated with a treasure called the LUE. https://www.treasurenet.com/threads/lue-map.4186/page-34 I hope it helps you in your search.
  20. Lue Map

    Very interesting pic I ran across in another thread: https://www.treasurenet.com/threads/found-in-colorado-saguache-county.612547/#post-6275991 This is roughly just north of Conejos Peak, Colorado. I've read that the LUE is rumored to go as far north as Salidia, Colorado. What I find...
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