A GUIDE TO VAULT TREASURE HUNTING (Condensed)

HappyTrails55

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The Riddle of the ANGEL and the BELL .........PART TWO........
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HappyTrails55

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So the Angel here is the Archangel "Gabriel", the messenger for God. He usually appears in White and Copper Light, found in the books of "Luke & Daniel". The "Bell" signifies the "Prayer of the ANGELUS" of which Gabriel is announcing the coming birth of Jesus to Mary. The "Script of the Angelus" appears on the bottom.
 

HappyTrails55

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According to Kenworthy and others, the "Eagle represent John". Also reference to sand1 on page 1 here of #'s 17 & 18 .....
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cyzak

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61021 (1).jpg 61021 (2).jpg Thank you my friend Sandy with out your help I never could have made it to were I am at now Remember bro I will always have your 6.
 

Crosse De Sign

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View attachment 1936805 View attachment 1936806 Thank you my friend Sandy with out your help I never could have made it to were I'm at now.

Remember bro I will always have your 6.

:
..
Could just still be out runnin' & pokin' 'round diggin',
kinda' wonderin' why the shapes are lookin'
at that other shadow heart & owl.

Lots better having quality insight.
Seein' it all for what they're meant
to be seen, as intentional design.

I'll match your 6 & raise, Roundabout 17...8-)

A toast to you sandy1, hope the river's not too hot!
 
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SpanishTHunter

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Looking for a person with a Modern Ground Penetrating Radar ( NOT FOR HIRE ) who wants to go on a once in a lifetime adventure to a real Treasure Site in the South West.

I just bought some equipment, have a frame coil that can go down 10 ft on any targets underground
 

corndogs

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I think its funny reading though this thread and seeing people deny the Spaniards being in Colorado. When Zebulon Pike made his expedition to explore the west, at the behest of Thomas Jefferson, he was met by Spanish soldiers to make sure he didn't pass into their territory, which would later be the Louisiana purchase. He was met at the Arkansas river somewhere around where Lamar Colorado is today.

I have also visited the old Spanish mission along the Purgatory river near La Junta, CO. The river is named for a Spanish expedition that went up the river and never returned.
 

cyzak

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Welcome to Tnet corndogs hope you like the site, the Spanish had main travel ways thru that area also the French were active to in the area back then.
 

cyzak

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corndogs

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Yes, there are many trails, and many sights in South East Colorado. I have to laugh at the new member emblem, since I have been here since 2012.

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sdcfia

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I think its funny reading though this thread and seeing people deny the Spaniards being in Colorado. When Zebulon Pike made his expedition to explore the west, at the behest of Thomas Jefferson, he was met by Spanish soldiers to make sure he didn't pass into their territory, which would later be the Louisiana purchase. He was met at the Arkansas river somewhere around where Lamar Colorado is today.

I have also visited the old Spanish mission along the Purgatory river near La Junta, CO. The river is named for a Spanish expedition that went up the river and never returned.

Nothing remarkable about that. Those Spanish soldiers were from northern New Mexico, a Spanish stronghold since 1598. Santa Fe became their capital in 1610, from which they poked all around in the region since. Pike's people were jailed when caught snooping.

Of course there was Spanish prospecting and a few successful mining Spanish forays into CO, UT, AZ, CA and NM before Mexican Independence in 1821. A very few sites in UT, AZ and NM from the Spanish period remain unconfirmed and intriguing. IMO, with some exceptions, the old discoveries exploited by Mexicans and Anglos up to about WWII are known and economically played out. The allegation that there are numerous Spanish 'King's Fifth' caches all over the place is pure balderdash. If you are a cache hunter, concentrate on old fence lines and the like near abandoned structures. Although most post-hole banks have already been retrieved, your chances are still better.
 

Crosse De Sign

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Nothing remarkable about that. Those Spanish soldiers were from northern New Mexico, a Spanish stronghold since 1598. Santa Fe became their capital in 1610, from which they poked all around in the region since. Pike's people were jailed when caught snooping.

Of course there was Spanish prospecting and a few successful mining Spanish forays into CO, UT, AZ, CA and NM before Mexican Independence in 1821. A very few sites in UT, AZ and NM from the Spanish period remain unconfirmed and intriguing. IMO, with some exceptions, the old discoveries exploited by Mexicans and Anglos up to about WWII are known and economically played out. The allegation that there are numerous Spanish 'King's Fifth' caches all over the place is pure balderdash. If you are a cache hunter, concentrate on old fence lines and the like near abandoned structures. Although most post-hole banks have already been retrieved, your chances are still better.

Can you tell of some sites possibly left remarkably intriguing then, other than the history, & already mostly worked & gone old fence line posthole banks?
 
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T-is your position

T-is an oh

T-is an Eldorado
 

corndogs

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No one, join date for Corndogs is 2012. Its listed on my account just like yours. "2013"
 

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