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Thursday, November 27, 2014
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
One of the glyph sites below is photoshopped for good reason, in keeping the ambiguity of its location.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
...... to find an enormous cave which contains
the treasures of the ancient tribes of this area."
We have since discovered a translation error... NOW things are starting to come together...
Sunday, November 23, 2014
We all hear of the many ship wrecks lost in the days of the Spanish, French and Portuguese expeditions of the past, near countless ships that have sunk off the coast of Florida, the Gulf Coast, Cuba, Havana, etc... But does anyone ever think about where all of this treasure lost at sea came from?
It wasn't long after Mel Fisher had discovered the wreckage of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha which had sunk as a result of a Hurricane in 1622, that Mel Fisher showed up in of all places, Utah with some strange agenda. Without giving the source for the following statements, Let's just say that Mel was well aware of the fact that the contents of the Atocha, the Gold, the silver and the Jewels, DID NOT come from the ports of Cartegena, Porto Bella, and new Granada as the academic history tells.
Mel knew well and good the contents of the Atocha came from the Uinta Mountains. Where would he come up with an idea such as this!
The point I am straying away from but now coming back to, as I have refilled my coffee... Is in that of all the ship wrecks there are or were, these are only a small portion of the TOTAL number of ships that have come and gone, several times even, loaded and bound for Spain, France and Portugal. OF ALL these expeditions required in order to acquire so much Gold, Silver and Jewels, one has to ask the question... How much of this was left behind?.... How much never made it to the ship? Just one... One location in the center of Mexico holds amounts at 12 Billion Plus... just one...
EACH of the many... mining districts as we will call them.... had there own depository for the purpose of keeping their spoils safe during their often 4 years mining spree's... There was/is a very specific formula that was used in marking the very spot intended to store their valuable spoils.
These would be of the ROYAL FUNDED Expeditions. These Expeditions always had a Captain and a Cartographer. Certain Rules applied and carried very stiff penalties if violated. These cache locations were NOT always emptied, in fact more often than not were left behind with no one to return to load it up and take it back to Spain. I could tell you several stories of demise, where in the expedition group was wiped out by not only Indians, but by apposing Spanish expeditions and even of their own family. The latest families from Spain who came looking for their patrimony was within the last 20 years.
PRIVATE Expeditions funded by wealthy families but licensed by the King, were not to much different but again had their own cache sites which were other than Royal Funded Expeditions. Private expeditions didn't necessarily have a Captain or a Cartographer for that matter.
Then you have your Privateers, basically Land Pirates, they came in many forms, They would rob you blind if they could and you might find it surprising but I will include the Jesuits in this category.
Then you have the Native people, this may include the Banditos of Mexico, The Native people for the most part simply hid or buried the spoils with no thought of ever returning, however the Bandito Captains, this was always a sharp man and they always made a near perfect record, but usually just before their death, but what of those who were not so efficient to pass on the information prior to their own death? I guess we'll never know. The Bandito were much like those of our civil war, like the confederate constantly weakening the North by robbing them of there means of support provided by big foreign bank interests. The Confederate goal was to get this foreign invader out of our country, the Banditos agenda was to get the Spanish OUT of their country, we lost our battle but the Mexican people were victorious.
Our focus here in will be on the first two mentioned above in which they used specific markers in identifying the cache location, both used triangulation but where did this method derive?
I might add at this point that there is a long growing list of other sites which likely among the near 100 monument sites left to investigate, that there has to be a few more intended cache locations among them. We need people boots on the ground to go to these sites and document them.
I cannot return to the site simply because I am afraid of what I might see... and what I might do...
This sort of thing really messes with my emotions...
Sunday, November 16, 2014
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