Did you know, that the average Spanish mine dump In the
Uintas that can be found, is about 4 to 6 foot depth representing and estimated
1000 cubic yards of rock? This represents a tunnel of approximately 4 foot by 6
foot and maybe 500 to 600 feet long? One such mine in the western parts of the
Uintas by documentation was mined for near 30 years with an assumed crew of
approximately 46 miners.
Some are smaller and some a little larger... but....
Did you know that there is a much larger unconfirmed mine
dump in the Uintas near Moon lake and its corresponding location found on
several Spanish maps, which is estimated at 30 feet deep and represents an
estimated 24,000 cubic yards of rock? How many years was this mine in
Large Mine Dump near Moon lake, Approximately 24,000 cubic feet of rock.
Did you know there is another unconfirmed dump that is even much
larger? The location believed to be the Mina Del Rey near Granddaddy Lake due
to its proximity and corresponding with again several Spanish Maps, and it is estimated as
representing an approximate 146,000 cubic yards of rock?
Using the numbers documented and estimates given above with the first mine dump, the larger mine dump near Moon Lake
with the same work force would likely have been mined for about 720 years, there is no telling how long ago the mine was established and how long it had been abandoned or not worked during its existance.
The larger Mina Del Rey as it is identified on the old maps as well and would have been mined using the same numbers, since long before the days of King Solomon at about 2300 BC?
Although just estimates base on dimensions and presumptions,
I would love to travel to the two larger presumed mine dumps for nothing more
that to determine if in fact they are mine dumps, and let the historians try to
figure out the rest. To determine whether or not they are bona fide mine dumps
one needs to discover rocks in the dumps with bona fide chisel marks and or
solid evidence of the workings of man, the exact tunnel location of the two
presumed mines, have long been back filled 30 feet and of which are in the
slide rock not to mention years of constant falling rock upon the presumed
Pesumed Mina del Rey mine dump, larger than 5 footbll fields.
Finding the evidence will not be easy. I would be looking for a qualified
team to make the trip to obtain samples. Prior to such trip I need to obtain
more examples of now lost samples brought back from an old Spanish Mine on the Arizona
Strip to educate those who may go as to what we need. Also will be needed an
archaeologist to certify the authenticity of the chisel marks which may be about ½
inch in width and to have been at least one size used from two
Hundred years ago, however other widths are likely.
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Is there any one else out there who wants the truth of this
as bad as me?