The lost Dutchman’s gold mine location

Ramiro valdez

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The lost Dutchman’s gold mine location





Around mid 1840’s the peralta family managed to locate a legendary gold mine belonging to the Apache with the help of a symbolic cipher map that was found inscribed in a stone. The mine was located in Apache territory east of the Sierra Ancha Mountain ridge. The Apache guarded the mine during the summer months and would only spy on the mine once in a while during the winter months. Those who found the mine could only work the mine in small numbers without been seen by the Apache during the winter months. This stone map probably belonged to a group of four other symbolic cipher stone maps that were found in the mid 1900’s. The stones were intentionally set along the side of a very common trail that led towards Phoenix, so they could be found. The stones carried a cipher message that could only be read by someone who was associated with the person who created the stones because it contained the whereabouts of rich gold mine location. The creator of the stones had to be very familiar with the area and the mine in order to have drawn all the details found on the stone cipher maps. Many doubt that these stones are more than two hundred years old. I believe that they were made around the year 1820. The Peralta’s family discovered the first stone with the cipher map thinking that the mine was near the place the stone was discovered. I believe that they could not read the map and had to rely on an Indian that probably let them to the mine. There is no way that I could decipher the stone maps without the help of a satellite, so I believe an Indian helped them find the location of the mine in Apache territory. No one could gain legal claim to this gold mine even if they said they claim it, because the Apache would never let you claim it. The Peralta family could not claim it, Jacob Waltz could not claim it, and there was also a man named Beal who claimed to have work the mine. The first cipher stone carried the word pine, north, salt lake, and the abbreviation of HOSS which most likely stands for hills on south side. These stones were probably created by an American who new how to creat symbolic cipher maps. These stones are soon going to be decipher exposing information that relates to Virginia which will tie into Beal’s legendary story defining him as the creator of the symbolic cipher stones which are currently called the Peralta Stones? And why not? If Beal could creat three cipher letters, then I see no problem with him ciphering stones? Someone like the museum in Arizona should start thinking about changing the name because it is not going to be long before someone finds out that the stones do not belong to the Peralta family. The Peralta’s, are recorded as the primary finders but not the actual makers of the stones. This legendary Apache gold mine will never be found west of the military trail nor in the superstitious mountains because it lies east on the east side of the Sierra Ancha Mountain ridge in a place called the Rock Horse. I have said that I can unfold the Nazi Lue map and that I can also lead you to Olivier Levasseur’s treasure. I can do this things because I know and I don’t think some of you understand what I’m saying so I’m going to make a point by describing some of Waltz cipher maps which are going to the location of the LDM. The most important cipher map has always been the map that Waltz gave to Julia Thomas. I call this map the map within a map because there are two maps stack one on top of each other. I have detailed the map and added more clues to more clearly define the actual location so it could be understood. The stone map carries a primary map surrounded by large iconic rock structures which I colored in purple. These structures were to be use to guide you in the right direction towards a place called the Rock Horse which was located towards the east Sierra Ancha mountain ridge. This map also carries starting instructions which are colored in yellow. The secondary map is a 9 square mile map which details the surrounding area of the Rock Horse which is colored in green. All you have to do is venture into the location and you will find all the details found on the secondary map which will lead you to to the gold mine located in the mouth of Rock Horse canyon. Note the face of the hidden canyon because you will see it also inscribed in two of the four other stone maps. You know, you might not get a lot of written credit here on this site for what you discover or find but what I like the most about treasurenet is the satisfying exposure of what someone says or finds which satisfies my needs in treasure hunting.
 

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You write all this with a certainty. While we know a lot about the man and much around him (Jacob Waltz), very little is known about his mine. When you think you know something specific, you should REALLY beat feet out 40 miles East of Phoenix and verify your THEORY before writing in a manner like you actually know something, otherwise, you are just another one of the hundreds of people who post the same kind of crap over and over. Now don't get me wrong, your THEORY is just as good as everyone else's until some one shows actual proof of finding the LDM, but its just a theory without proof.

The Peraltas had their mines long before 1840. While we do know that the only authentic Peralta Spanish Land Grant was in Northern California. A Peralta owned about half of what is now San Francisco. This part of the Peralta Family went North from Mexico with Capt. Juan Antonio DeAnza in 1776. Waltz' Mine has been under several feet of dirt, rock, and ironwood logs since about 1880, by his own admission.

For some very specific reasons, I do not believe that the Old Silver Chief Mine in Rogers Canyon was the LDM (as rich as it was).

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Ramiro valdez

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Here is another good theory of a map to look for less than 16 miles away from the salt river nail creek area and is not 40 miles away. When you go north and start climbing the Sierra Ancha mountain ridge look for the open square with the two drop down corners as inscribed in the middle of the map below. You will not be able to find two separate climbing ridges facing a northerly direction as indicated by the compass, anywhere in the surrounding area or the superstitious mountains except in the Sierra Ancha Mountain ridge. But, then again I might be wrong? The map below might just be another theory someone made up? No! Now I know! I believe in this map and believe this is a dam good theory!


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