You were wondering about the picture at the top weren't you? We see our companies moving forward together for many years to come. In other words, you are not going to find any signs telling you to dig twenty feet under an alpha sign. It only took me about a half an Bill B. That's what we are all about. I highly recommend The Rocks Begin to Speak by Lavan Martineau. They based this code on education and knowledge of the Natural Sciences and Mathematics and yes some Astronomy and Cartography.
Now you need to go to this spot and, laying down, put your head on this spot and then look around you. You just have to work it out with the first symbol. He tells the truth about signs an symbols 2. Again, it all depends upon the signs and symbols found at these monuments, as well as what's found on the rock map. Does it matter who left them behind? If someone is trying to sell you a book about treasure signs then the odds are they're not finding treasure themselves.
These signs and symbols are just as important as the survey lines, since it was through these signs that you would be able to confirm that you were, indeed, on the correct path to the treasure. When locating a W, remember that the W has a numerical value of 23. The actual Eagle symbol will be located much further away than the 30 feet that you are measuring and you must locate this symbol in order to move successfully to your next step given on your map or given in code at the treasure site. Sorry, but this information was given to me in confidence not to be given out to anyone, at least not for several more years. You'll be looking at the Library of Congress for example down-loading maps made by the Army Corps of Engineers, and other maps that lead to treasure. The question is, are you going to be able to get back on the right course, or are you gonna play tic-tac-toe for forty years? So, what happens is that you need to know where to go from the alpha, which includes the distances and directions needed for each step of the way. This is the first time I have used any service like this outside of Australia, but with this kind of service and ease of buying and your range of goods this will be the first of many transactions.
I have been impressed by the professional approach and the experience of Daniel, Michael and the entire team at Detector Electronics Corp. A number can actually be a number but it can also be something else. Yesterday I took my Garrett Ace 250 out for the first time to some local parks. The distance from one point to the next is in a reflection distance, times ten, of the noon day's sun from the leaf side of the tree to ground level in one wide step. A double layer of security overlaying this very critical aspect of the building of monuments! I am enjoying my Tesoro's and have found lots of cool stuff so far. Michael and Daniel have established a knowledgeable team that has done the job of getting the correct product in to the hands of each consumer. This is fairly universal among all groups.
So basically, you have to locate this ground diamond, then measure between two of the diamonds points halfway and there you will find something of great importance, maybe even the covered opening. Now generally, the number 6 is used as a death trap symbol, etc. And folks, this is exactly how surveying pertains to treasure maps. Thank you for your help. He has given more than most, less than others. Do you have the motivation to find treasure?? We don't look at these local sites as being a small piece of a very large puzzle. Also, how difficult is this code to break? Thank you, you will join all True Treasure Hunters and Argonauts who have taken this advise to heart.
The following will help you get started. I am the first to admit that I don't know it all this whole experience for me has been a 20+ years learning experience - hardly a day goes by that I don't learn something from somewhere or someplace. I don't mind locating a mine, as ong as there is a treasure room within its tunnels, otherwise, give me the treasure room, they are all I look for. After calling your company you bent over backwards to Dick H. We offer the lowest advertised pricing allowed by contract with each manufacturer. Of all the maps that you will come into contact with as a treasure hunter, by far the most complicated are the maps carved onto rocks and boulders as well as other places. Thanks for your help in sorting through the maze of detectors.
You learn far more having to work out what a sign means on your own, with just a little guidance, than you ever will just being given the answer. These signs and symbols are just as important as the survey lines, since it was through these signs that you would be able to confirm that you were, indeed, on the correct path to the treasure. That is what was used by the first guardians. Thanks to Dign, we now stand a great chance to find the goods. I'm not sure what it is that is compelling me to write abut Bob, I really don't. Now there are other treasures out there, treasures that were put there without the use of the coding technique that I'm discussing, treasures that were put there by common everyday people. It's been an honor and privilege working with the fine folks at Detector Electronics for over 25 years.
They are to me the confirmation of the Jesuits, no one but them would use the Bible as a from of a Code Book. This should propel you a couple light years down the Treasure Trail, depending on where you are now of course! ~~~ here in post number 60 he shares his insight to Rock Maps and their importance. I have spent countless hours researching and working in the field to understand what the signs and symbols are conveying. I have to say that I was impressed with their operation and knowledge of the Teknetics product line. If you see Treasure Hunting 101 taught in a University, then I will reconsider my view point, until then.