Originally posted by hounddoghowlie
yea i know what you mean, seems you do the same, read that is
your post on page 5 is the same info i posted on page 3.and Kantzveldt on page 1
and it looks as if you copied and pasted part of the article instead of using quotes.
at least i used my own words to give the location.
and i see others who posted what has already been posted.
i think it helps to read posts before you post.
Hounddoghowlie, are you accusing me of lying?
I most certainly did read the OP & link. I also read the first 5 pages of this thread before posting.
Does that mean I have read every LINK on every post in the first 5 pages of this thread?
No, it does not.
The Philip Coppens link you’re referring to, does not appear in the OP.
It’s on the 8th post by Kantzveldt on Page 1.
Also your info on Page 3 is not quite the same info as I posted on Page 5:
hounddoghowlie’s post on Page 3:
had to dig some through my hard drive to find more, i knew i rat wholed it some where.
this is a article from nexus magazine, about stan hall. it even gives the location for the cave system.
i suggest to all it is fairly interesting to read.
The Quest For The Metal Library
here are the cords: 77º 47' 34" west and 1º 56' 00" south
My (AuranVector) post is the last post on Page 5:
Here's something that might interest you:
”From Jaramillo, Hall was able to learn the true story of the Tayos library—which was NOT in the Cueva de los Tayos at all…
Jaramillo always said that the entrance was under the river," he said. But that river is not near the Tayos Cave. That river is the Pastaza
For anyone who is interested, the location is at 77º 47' 34" west and 1º 56' 00" south. GoogleEarth brings you very close and can satisfy any
If you will notice there are quotation marks at the beginning of the quote:
The mistake I made was forgetting to put quotation marks at the end of the quote:
The source of the quote is at the bottom. I was NOT stealing someone else’s work.
Sorry I did not recognize the map coordinates you posted on Page 3.
The point of my post was that the Library is NOT near the Tayos Cave. It’s a different location altogether.
There are numerous websites that have the same info.
And after reading 12 pages of this thread, my pronouncement still stands:
Most of the people who have responded to this thread have NOT read the OP & link or the thread.
So they do not know that some of the questions they bring up have already been answered.
edit on 24-7-2012 by AuranVector because: (no reason given)