posted on Jul, 23 2014 @ 01:29 PM
These are generally accepted as Spanish Treasure Signs among treasure hunters. But many lost and buried treasure researchers believe they go back
further to the Mayans and some believe they go back further than that. You can find these types of signs all over North, Central, and South America.
Where I live they are quite prevalent in the mysterious and deadly Superstition Mountains. * be sure to read the "mysterious and deadly" part with a
deep announcer voice and a touch of reverb.* Typically one sign leads to another. This is what treasure hunters refer to as Confirmation. When one
sign leads no where and you can not find "confirmation", then you can assume a natural occurrence. These signs were intentionally meant to look like
natural occurrences to the common man. However a trained serious lost treasure hunter with decades of experience can read them, obtain the
confirmation and follow the trail from one sign to the next. When Spain ruled the New World, the king of Spain required one fifth of the precious
metals mined in the New
World. A protocol of signs and symbols was established so that the Kings men could follow the trails to the mines and the places where the kings
fifth had been deposited. The Jesuits presided over the mining in the New Word and were forcibly expelled when the king suspected he was not getting
his cut. The Jesuits hid many of the mines and secreted the treasure according to their own version of the kings treasure signs and symbols
Do not ask for proof beyond what I have posted. You may do your own research. The prudent man does not post pictures of himself with treasure or
claim to have found treasure. He goes about his business quietly and discreetly.
edit on 7-23-2014 by groingrinder because: Edited for