That’s the biggest tallest thing there. Makes sense to me since I still have all my
7 means Gold 7TH letter in the alphabet G that’s how spainyards and jesuits used numbersHi Stroker
Of course I tried, but this before I have understood the concept of the stone maps. After that point things come down to a logic and somehow to an easy explanation.
In the real life, the riddle at the bottom of the stone Trail map, as drawings, are like the other drawings on the map, and are shapes on the ground which are following small and bigger stones and different other faults. If someone will tell you something else, then he is far away from the solve of the stone maps.
Now as a riddle , because is connected with the one of the mine ( dot in circle of the riddle ) which holds a part of the Jesuit treasure, promts us to the Priest riddle which is directly attached to this one.
But, let's take the things from the beginning for better understanding. Horse stone map is a locator map in regards to find the horse landmark and after following the drawings on the map, to find the mines depicted on it. The purpose of the H/P map would been to be taken out of the mountains after the maps would been done, in regards to be used as a locator map for those who would been interested to find the treasure, but for some reasons, maybe no time to leave/live, the map remained with the other stone maps at the place where should be find.
The dot in circle from the riddle in the stone Trail map, is the same symbol and it's in the same location with the mine on the stone cross map, the lower mine in front of the Horse and the same mine beside the heart (4) from the Priest map. The mines in front of the Horse are the same mines depicted in the Priest map between the heart #4 and the cross.
So, the riddle on the Trail map says almost what the Priest's riddle says ( from the bottom to the top ):
" Find the heart (4) and the mine and after go above to the other mine to find the Trail map. After go above and find the cross. From there follow 18 crosses ( lugares ) on a dangerous trail ( 184 meters ) until the final target, a cave which holds treasure and whatever the number seven means. "
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Here I have to make something clear, the upper mine in front of the Horse it's not one of the three mines/caves which hold the Jesuit treasure, but one common gold mine like many from that region, which was used for the deposit of the maps.