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Mystery is part of what we do.

Recently, my attention has been drawn to the Dutchmans gold mine, and the

Peralta Stone Tablet Maps.
Believe what you will,
but I feel I have sound an important clue.

A clue which takes the search area of Arizona's

113,698 square miles down to a relativly small square mile grid search area.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peralta_Stones

I didn't about this - the above Wiki link might help bring some of us up to speed.


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You may want to check out "Lost Mines and Treasures of the Pacific Northwest" by Ruby Hult. Its full short stories which could be used a the basis of mystery performances - the best part is, these are well-researched. There are a couple of good murder mysteries in this book too. I've been considering taking one in particular, the Broken Wheelbarrow Mine, as the basis for a mystery seance piece. We can all be Rothchilds!
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I live in AZ,
Would love to hear your clue!
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Randy, and all, the clues are found in the mis spelling of the word Corazon, and on each side of the heart insert itself.

THe formula Volume of If a pyramid has a base of B square units, and a height of h units, then the

a Pyramid volume V is  B  h cubic units, or V  Bh.

may apply as well.

The year 1847 was one year before the US gained possession from the spanish.

It was the Spanish who named Superstition Mountain,
perhaps beause according to iIndian lore the spirit of their people were trapped within the pinnacles of rock as the mountain formed.

To them it is a Spirit Mountain. Corazon means spirit as well as heart.

I believe Corazon was meant to say Core Zone, the very heart of things.
The heart reveals all you need to know


Delving into all of the above, I am now convinced, I Know the location of the Lost Dutchmans Mine


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The term, Core Zone could also be a play on words.
Rephrased it would say ' See' Ore Zone.


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Field-trip, Ron?
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Brother Bill, I have sent you a PM.

it would not take me long to pack my bags.

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My bags,are packed! Smile

I would love to hang with you guys,even if we did not find the fortune!
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On 2013-02-17 20:11, Godzilla wrote:
My bags,are packed! Smile

I would love to hang with you guys,even if we did not find the fortune!


What are we waiting for? I hear the weather is nice (in Arizona) this time of year. But remember, when the treasure is found, no factions killing off the others to get more of the loot. This isn't a spaghetti western! Smile
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Frer Kotah -

I have been building a Lost Dutchman Seance and have extensively researched the Peralta Claims. Additionally I have tracked several of the murders surrounding the search and back to Apache tales of the area. We can discuss this on Shadow if you wish. I have hiked the area slightly -- and live in Tucson -- near where some of the action on the stories takes place.

The Peralta claims also have a rich history of fraud and old west lore going back to a Spanish family history of some claimed note.

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Gregg, since you have boots on ground, and an extensive understanding of the history and facts, I could likely be able to add very little to the conversation.

That said, your Lost Dutchman seance sounds extremely interesting.

Balaram, Godzilla and A fine mesh on the prowel in Arizona, would be one incredible adventure.

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It would be a Great learning experience for me,to be in such company!

Gary
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On 2013-02-17 13:54, KOTAH wrote:

I believe Corazon was meant to say Core Zone, the very heart of things.
The heart reveals all you need to know




http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chorazin

Be careful - like in all good horror stories one misinterp could cost you your soulsssssssss

Funny enough - although this year I think it won't happen, I was organising a so called black pilgrimage fest for a few northern mystery types... Looks like you make get a southern contingent

Remember if any if your Larry ends up with their faces sucked off - it was for the pursuit if knowledge!!!!!!
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I have continued the research and the quest.

just today I had an amazing break through.

One in which all of the pieces of the puzzle seem to fit.


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If I remember right you would need a special permit to dig there. It is fun stuff to talk about and research however.

-Max
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Max, you are correct,

You do need aspecial permit to dig, some areas permit no digging what so ever,

the state charges a fee for hiking rights as well yearly for a single person is fifty dollars. Family rates are higher.

And yes, it is fun to talk about and research.


I have been havibg a blast.

KOtah
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