Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by alan m » Sat Jan 19, 2013 2:53 pm

thehunter wrote:This is meant for true treasurehunters not for jokes.these moderators are known for being experts in their field.if you don't want to talk to them with manners there are other networks to contact .lets talk about the subjects, you will find that we will all need each others help.
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You are joking......right? :lol:
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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by thehunter » Wed Jan 23, 2013 3:04 am

No I am not joking, but I'm sure nothing I say will help.I feel comfortable on this site and will try to discuss treasures.
What do you think about the peralta stones?

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Post by alan m » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:30 am

They are authentic
Travis did not carve them
He did not find them as Mitchell claims
Travis got the stone tablets from his grandfather
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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by thehunter » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:31 pm

I agree with you the stones are real these peralta stones come from the mission treasures.I know that many do not agree and thats ok. I'm looking for pictures of two stones I found near the mission of tumacacori. They were on top of a hill directly east of the mission.to most people it would look like a lot of white scribbling, but its part of the stone messages left for someone to find the treasures.

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by alan m » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:39 pm

I take it then that you believe this to be a Jesuit treasure?

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by thehunter » Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:57 pm

Yes the information in the peralta stones give the location of many treasures.Some of them are very dangerous to get into because they are in steep terrain.
All the marked codes of the stones are in the mountain but you have to follow the map.one starting point is the reverse letter D and you'll see it has an eleven in it.

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by alan m » Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:14 pm

I don't think the Jesuits had the manpower or motive for such an operation
You might want to read "before rebellion"
The letters of jacobo sedylmayer
The Jesuits could not get any support for trips north of the Gila river
In fact they were forbidden to go without a military escort
The evidence of work done in the mountains took many years to accomplish

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by somehiker » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:21 pm

Alan:

The Jesuits had enough manpower available, over a lengthy period of time, to explore and to map the territory as well as to build visitas and missions throughout the new world. They also directed extensive farming and ranching enterprises which required a great deal of manpower to accomplish before mechanization. All done while the Fathers themselves attended to their writing and priestly duties. What makes you think they couldn't have found enough help to transport a few trinkets to the mountains and hide them ?
Mind you, I'm not saying they had anything of their own to hide.
Just that they held and were responsible for what was left in their care.
Perhaps in boxes bearing only the number assigned to the owner.
I believe those numbers can be found on the Latin Heart.

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by somehiker » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:35 pm

thehunter wrote:Yes the information in the peralta stones give the location of many treasures.Some of them are very dangerous to get into because they are in steep terrain.
All the marked codes of the stones are in the mountain but you have to follow the map.one starting point is the reverse letter D and you'll see it has an eleven in it.
The reverse "D" ( a large boulder) also has a cross between the two vertical lines.
Which can be seen in this photo shot last year.

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Re: Jesuit Treasure in the Superstitions

Post by somehiker » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:57 pm

Here's another, where you should be able to make out the two lines and cross on the boulder, as well as a cross within brackets (above and behind) inclined downward to the left just as shown on the lower Trail Map.

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