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Are there numbers associated with treasure? I have found carvings and rock formations with numbers. I also found an hourglass or goblet rock formation and a carving of the goblet on stone. Another formation near this is a mountain lion, turtle, and what I deem as bigfoot. What does this all mean? I'm not a treasure hunter. I'm just an explorer who is curious. Thanks.
 

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You'd need to post some pics. Might be treasure markings. I've seen some in Colorado and Utah that turned out to be survey or mine markings.
 
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You'd need to post some pics. Might be treasure markings. I've seen some in Colorado and Utah that turned out to be survey or mine markings.
My place stone formation.jpg




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Do you see what I see? On the tip of the lions nose.
 

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I will try to put more on soon. In the mean time what do you think?
 

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I want to say thank you for sharing your photos. You have and interesting site there keep going out an exploring the area in general. There is a lot out there some is the real thing some not it just takes experience to sort it out.
 

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Thanks for the pics. You might also post them in the treasure signs and symbols forum. There's some pretty sharp guys on there when it comes to interpreting treasure related signs.
 

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Are there numbers associated with treasure? I have found carvings and rock formations with numbers. I also found an hourglass or goblet rock formation and a carving of the goblet on stone. Another formation near this is a mountain lion, turtle, and what I deem as bigfoot. What does this all mean? I'm not a treasure hunter. I'm just an explorer who is curious. Thanks.
Made me think of a experience I once had. I use to do a lot of European mounts. This gal told me she knew of a spot with 3 steer skulls. So we got on her horse, went out in the woods. There was 3 steer heads in 3 different trees, about 15 feet off the ground.they were all facing a different direction. I got to looking around, because it was weird to me. About 20 yards away from where they were,there was 3 abnormally flat spots.each head was facing one of them.i went to one of them, it was a piece of ply wood.i lifted it up to uncover a pit full of burnt steer heads. I got a real Erie feeling,like it was bad juju. Needles to say, I left them all right where they were,and never went back.
 
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Made me think of a experience I once had. I use to do a lot of European mounts. This gal told me she knew of a spot with 3 steer skulls. So we got on her horse, went out in the woods. There was 3 steer heads in 3 different trees, about 15 feet off the ground.they were all facing a different direction. I got to looking around, because it was weird to me. About 20 yards away from where they were,there was 3 abnormally flat spots.each head was facing one of them.i went to one of them, it was a piece of ply wood.i lifted it up to uncover a pit full of burnt steer heads. I got a real Erie feeling,like it was bad juju. Needles to say, I left them all right where they were,and never went back.
That's crazy! Thanks for the advice...
 

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Are there numbers associated with treasure? I have found carvings and rock formations with numbers. I also found an hourglass or goblet rock formation and a carving of the goblet on stone. Another formation near this is a mountain lion, turtle, and what I deem as bigfoot. What does this all mean? I'm not a treasure hunter. I'm just an explorer who is curious. Thanks.
From what I have read a turtle is a sign of treasure. Most of the time the turtl's head point towards the treasure. That's not a 100 percent because it also has to do with the direction of the feet and tail.
 

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From what I have read a turtle is a sign of treasure. Most of the time the turtl's head point towards the treasure. That's not a 100 percent because it also has to do with the direction of the feet

From what I have read a turtle is a sign of treasure. Most of the time the turtl's head point towards the treasure. That's not a 100 percent because it also has to do with the direction of the feet and tail.
 

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