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Everything posted by WhiteFeather82a1

  1. western side of the ridge immediately east of rainbow springs the bigger the piece the bigger the “crater” 4-6 inches in each “crater” so far have found mostly in a north south direction spread so far 700yards
  2. my garret cant decide what number sticks either, 29-49-79 solidly bounces between
  3. hit them with a file, grinder, sledgehammer, soaked in nitric for 24 hrs.
  4. sorry it’s taken so long to reply. these objects have been bugging my subconscious. i’ve found more i am leaning on them being shrapnel.. will post pics soon
  5. silver and mercury, amalgam. when a couple drops of mercury are added to silver dissolved in nitric....and left unstirred strange shapes are made from the resulting reaction. old miner “alchemy”
  6. the tip is broken off but i believe it to be the first run bowie knife made from an old basterd file(look how BUCK knifes started).
  7. ladies ladies, please.. food for thought, here comes a pic of a blade i found in the bradshaw’s near some other imaginatory things.
  8. ok i’m not sure about “poodle fever” but is white man the only ones who smelted gold? or maybe there is a better explanation for a 23.5g nugget?
  9. I thought I was posting in the right place, I was hoping to fill in some blanks on the possibility of hidden Spanish gold in the Bradshaw’s..it was a name given to me by a group of snipers conducting training near a mine where I work.. I am not a fire investigator but have worked alongside more than a few in the past while on arson fires. I plan on getting a detector because I seem to only have the eye for more natural artifacts. The main reason I am interested is the lack of answers about the origin of said artifact that resembles a bugle or horn and due to the nature of its location and proximity to known gold mines. And of course the feeling that more artifacts could be nearby.. if that’s not good enough reason I’ll withdraw and continue to attempt to figure it out alone like I have been while living in the Bradshaw’s for the last 5 years. Maybe you or someone could reference me to a few credible authors about the subject of the reasoning and meanings of Spanish clues that may lead to “treasure.” Thank you for your input
  10. i hope i posted in the correct area/page just looking for input and answers, i am a modern weapon speacialist, patriot, and sawyer with “in field” experience for over ten years in the bradshaw mountains of arizona not limited to tracking, POI, geology, chemistry, weather, plants, animal behavior, fire behavior, the ability to see things from long ago when all factors are taken into consideration, land of the apache, the weaver party, and the real “wild west.” thank you for reading.
  11. powder horn, trumpet, shot glass. the FACT that it was discovered beneath the root ball of an uprooted tree of such age IS enough to positively say that the “history” books..well, they leave quite a bit of info out. i never have seen the “poodle” but i see hearts and “tree deformations” quite frequently to the point where it is obvious (TO ME) that they are not natural but man made. nothing is for certain i hope someone can shed some light on my discovery. also the “horn” is non-magnetic, looks handmade but the inside is (“clearly”) honed, but yet “un-even” could be from weathering, not certain
  12. some type of “horn” fact:non ferrous metal. looks like granite under microscope. found after a 600-800year old alligator juniper tree was pushed over and uprooted during road construction, found literally under the known old tree. fifteen feet(ish) from a protruding quartz vein, a series of “old time” juniper trees that run SW-NE. found within visual of “Towers ranch”
  13. Hello i’m new to this..couldn’t help myself, i have (in my opinion) “proof” of “something-or nothing..i live in the bradshaw’s (near the townsite of Alexander) Arizona. i would like to share some things to see what kind of feedback i get, i have an open mind and believe we can learn things from he most unlikely sources sometimes. thank you.
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