The triangle and the 10

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Re: The triangle and the 10

Post by BRIAN McDonough » Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:38 pm

Mick.
IF YOU READ THE ARTICLE IN LOST TREASURE MAGAZINE....YOU WILL SEE THAT THE HEART IS THE TRIANGLE, THE FORNIX, THE PASTURE NORTH OF THE RIVER. THERE IS A PICTURE OF THE HEART ON THE SECOND PAGE OF THE ARTICLE.

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Re: The triangle and the 10

Post by BRIAN McDonough » Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:41 pm

If you turn a heart upside down...
YOU HAVE A TRIANGLE, A FORNIX.

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Re: The triangle and the 10

Post by blackbart19 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 12:30 pm

the triangle is in canyon fresco. the 10 stands for the month in which to arrive in the area for best chances of water. superstitions rainy season in which water does not dry up so fast..the triangle with the comet in the middle can be seen from the same vantage point as can the howling coyote that appears on two other drawn maps. pictographs are in both areas that represent canyon fresco. hence the name

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Re: The triangle and the 10

Post by Doubter » Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:20 pm

We have concluded that the triangle and the 10 are not relevant. Looking closely at them you will find that they were most probably made by a Dremel with a fine bit, not available in 1847. The conclusion is the trail ends at the end of leg 20.

As for the triangle with the slash in it if you stand at that turn in the trail you will face a natural rock barrier. At an angle of 300 degrees there is a natural break in the wall. Proceed through that and you will soon come upon trail marker 14 which still exists. The symbol, we think, means proceed through the opening in the rock barrier at an angle of 300 degrees. The slash is at an angle of 300 degrees.

For those of you with a different interpretation may we suggest you start your own thread and explain it to us, as we have done?
Harry

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