Hi Alan,alan m wrote: So many times I have been misslead by a natural rock formation that I thought was a clue or symbol. I will now tell you of ONE WAY in which to tell the difference.
Usually there are very few if any signs or markers at the location of the treasure site.
Markers are positioned around the area to bring your attention to some significant clue which is almost always a land mark. there will only be one clue or marker per location however that clue will point to another one some distance away and there is where you will find another one, but only one. You have to track down as many as you can and then "see" how they are related in order to get the whole picture.
The heart sign, for example shoud be pointing to another group of rocks where you should find another heart symbol or some other one which is related to the heart such as a dagger or an arrow. Most of the symbolic relationships are based upon stories from the Bible or Mythology.
These are some pretty specific instructions. How can you be sure any of them are correct unless, you have already located a treasure using them?
Don't you think this would all be better... presented as an opinion rather than hard facts?