Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Treasure Hunters University Turtle Page

Treasure Hunter's have this idea that that the early Spanish in the America's left all sorts of signs marking the location of hidden treasure and even gold mines on the landscape, including carvings in rock, rock piles and "monuments," sometimes in the shape of a turtle which will point out the way depending on how the stones that make it up are positioned, as seen above.
I like that the "proffessor" at THU writes: "Do not destroy signs/symbols or any monument. They are artifacts and need to be kept as they are. So others may observe, follow and appreciate these wonderful works of art."


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3 comments :

pwax said...

I wonder if anyone has ever actually found anything by following any of these "markers"?

Anonymous said...

Yes I Did And It Lead Me To A Very Ancient Site ThaT Was There Long Before The spaniards A Hugh Plus...

Anonymous said...

The HEART symbol/monument is now deciphered. When found, the HEART tells of the treasure accumulation that IS LOCATED RIGHT BELOW THE HEART.
Kenworthy lied about the most important signs and symbols, and the HEART IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE.
FOR FURTHER STUDY ABOUT THIS HEART SYMBOL, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS STUDY A SKELETON OF THE HUMAN BODY. Look especially to the bones of the waste area:
The Ilium (left and right) ARE THE HEART,
and the Ishium is the "opening"....the treasure. See where the Ishium is, in comparison to the Ilium? The (treasure) Ishium is "below" the Heart (Ilium).
The Ishium, being in the form of the number 8, gives this all away.
Go back and find your HEART monuments.
Remember, the word HEART = 52. And also remember, sometimes you must triple the last number (52 times 3= 156).

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