Twenty-Sixteen

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by Choto » Tue May 02, 2017 5:56 am

somehiker,
They tell human stories.



deducer, Linda,
I think that everyone would appreciate Linda posting a short plot summary.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by RMG1976 » Tue May 02, 2017 6:18 am

Choto wrote:
Tue May 02, 2017 5:56 am
somehiker,
They tell human stories.



deducer, Linda,
I think that everyone would appreciate Linda posting a short plot summary.
1) Challenge for Superstion Gold. Read, read read - research - read read.
2) Meet multiple family members
3) Learn stories of family members. Go through storage units of Travis' belongings.
4) Reviews / researches maps and all of Travis' personal affairs. Pictures. Stories. Other books he wrote.
5) Move to Stockdale full time
6) Study study study
7) Learn how to decipher Travis's coding
8) Learn function of "Peralta Stone Maps"
9) Use maps / coding system to test Travis' information left behind for family
10) Get an introduction to upper ranking Jesuits
11) Jesuits supply information
12) Test Jesuit information
13) Find sites that Travis / maps spoke of.
14) Use electronics to verify
15) Make corrections to site area
16) Use electronics to verify
17) Receive more information from Jesuits
18) Test information
19) Receive more information from Jesuits
20) Build strong relationship with Jesuits, speaking on the phone / video chat frequently.
21) Constant trips back and forth from Texas to Arizona
22) Learn from family of many copies of stone maps
23) Create TV show
24) Research research research, to make sure everything is correct
25) Make changes as necessary to ensure things are correct.
26) Learn how to use firearms
27) Make incredible friendships with the Tumlinson family
28) Smile
29) Laugh
30) Protect
31) Call lawyers to fend off thieves of information of "trusted" work partners
32) Police department retrieves items. Learn that there is much more information this person had that I had ever thought.
33) Warn Jesuits of calls from nosey treasure hunters. Agreements to be silent.
34) Have all of Travis' belongings placed in safe deposit boxes in a bank.
35) Ask for patience from the treasure hunters
36) Regrets of ever mentioning anything online - ever.
37) Receive support from some great "old timers" - spend time laughing, learning, listening.
38) Ask for patience from treasure hunters
39) Let folks like Lynda and many others how important they are to me and how Travis is lucky to have them around to help tell his story.
40) Shoot series
41) Work with upper end Arizona politicians.
42) Secure sites with fences, barbed wire - using Jesuit / Vatican influence to ensure all information is kept non-public
43) Ask treasure hunters for patience.
44) Learn learn learn learn learn
45) Wait for series to go live.
46) Learn how to navigate stormy waters.
47) Teach myself on how to have patience.
48) Learn who can be trusted and who cannot.
49) Excitement
50) Glitters of sparkly objects
51) Return items to rightful owners.
52) Balance finances.
53) Learn what its like to live with an empty bank account.
54) Fend off unwarranted accusations and misconceptions.
55) Learn that "Silence is Golden"
56) Massive inclinations to not use "old school" technology
57) Utilize technology never used in "treasure hunting"




There ya go, Victor - there is the summary you request.

(and her name is Lynda, not Linda)

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by Choto » Tue May 02, 2017 6:50 am

I was asking Linda to write a short plot summary, about the Jesuit/Travis/stone map connection.
This is some type of odd check list/diary about you.



Forget it Linda.

Best.
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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by RMG1976 » Tue May 02, 2017 6:59 am

Lynda will not go around me to suffice your needs, nor will any of my trusted friends. You have asked for details on this multiple times - and the answer will always stay the same.

Patience.

And her name is LYNDA

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by Choto » Tue May 02, 2017 8:12 am

A little dramatic.

At this point in your project, a plot summary should be available to any choto asking for one.
I hope that you are just being difficult.



Yes, Lynda.
It feels like Lin-da as I type it.
You are certainly lucky to have her working for you.

Not much more I could add.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by deducer » Wed May 03, 2017 1:50 pm

RMG1976 wrote:
Tue May 02, 2017 6:18 am

1) Challenge for Superstion Gold. Read, read read - research - read read.
2) Meet multiple family members
3) Learn stories of family members. Go through storage units of Travis' belongings.
4) Reviews / researches maps and all of Travis' personal affairs. Pictures. Stories. Other books he wrote.
5) Move to Stockdale full time
6) Study study study
7) Learn how to decipher Travis's coding
8) Learn function of "Peralta Stone Maps"
9) Use maps / coding system to test Travis' information left behind for family
10) Get an introduction to upper ranking Jesuits
11) Jesuits supply information
12) Test Jesuit information
13) Find sites that Travis / maps spoke of.
14) Use electronics to verify
15) Make corrections to site area
16) Use electronics to verify
17) Receive more information from Jesuits
18) Test information
19) Receive more information from Jesuits
20) Build strong relationship with Jesuits, speaking on the phone / video chat frequently.
21) Constant trips back and forth from Texas to Arizona
22) Learn from family of many copies of stone maps
23) Create TV show
24) Research research research, to make sure everything is correct
25) Make changes as necessary to ensure things are correct.
26) Learn how to use firearms
27) Make incredible friendships with the Tumlinson family
28) Smile
29) Laugh
30) Protect
31) Call lawyers to fend off thieves of information of "trusted" work partners
32) Police department retrieves items. Learn that there is much more information this person had that I had ever thought.
33) Warn Jesuits of calls from nosey treasure hunters. Agreements to be silent.
34) Have all of Travis' belongings placed in safe deposit boxes in a bank.
35) Ask for patience from the treasure hunters
36) Regrets of ever mentioning anything online - ever.
37) Receive support from some great "old timers" - spend time laughing, learning, listening.
38) Ask for patience from treasure hunters
39) Let folks like Lynda and many others how important they are to me and how Travis is lucky to have them around to help tell his story.
40) Shoot series
41) Work with upper end Arizona politicians.
42) Secure sites with fences, barbed wire - using Jesuit / Vatican influence to ensure all information is kept non-public
43) Ask treasure hunters for patience.
44) Learn learn learn learn learn
45) Wait for series to go live.
46) Learn how to navigate stormy waters.
47) Teach myself on how to have patience.
48) Learn who can be trusted and who cannot.
49) Excitement
50) Glitters of sparkly objects
51) Return items to rightful owners.
52) Balance finances.
53) Learn what its like to live with an empty bank account.
54) Fend off unwarranted accusations and misconceptions.
55) Learn that "Silence is Golden"
56) Massive inclinations to not use "old school" technology
57) Utilize technology never used in "treasure hunting"
Thanks for sharing this timeline.

Still not sure how you got to step 10. What specifically was it that led you to believe there was a Tumlinson-Jesuit connection? Was it a letter? A Map? Something like that? No need to go into details- just curious as to what the nature of the link is.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by RMG1976 » Wed May 03, 2017 1:51 pm

Map and journals

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by deducer » Thu May 04, 2017 11:52 am

RMG1976 wrote:
Wed May 03, 2017 1:51 pm
Map and journals
Travis's journals?

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by RMG1976 » Thu May 04, 2017 11:54 am

Partially yes.

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Re: Twenty-Sixteen

Post by Bad Knees » Sun May 07, 2017 5:28 am

Wow, 50 and 51 are especially interesting!

Recovered gold artifacts back to the Jesuits?
(I know you can't answer at this time, just guessing.)

Congratulations!

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