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by klondike
Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:05 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Gentlemen: The ambiguity of all of this has and continues to be important. You underestimate the reaction in many, many places if say a photograph of a gold/copper plate was provided that was engraved in a totally new language. Horse Mesa would be bull dozed down to the Salt River with folks from al...
by klondike
Tue Jan 23, 2018 3:00 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Perhaps it bears repeating, we will show the way but we will not solve the riddle for you. There is ample evidence to support the position that we have advanced for many, many years. It is not that these dialogues are not interesting but to continue you must demonstrate an ability to enga...
by klondike
Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:30 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Mr. Odohul could not have made the artifacts because well we know who did make them. As has been pointed out in other posts the artifacts were made by 2 scribes, each with a different level of expertise. An analysis of the artifacts reflect this. Also the physical evidence of the dig clea...
by klondike
Sat Jan 20, 2018 3:04 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Oroblanco, There is so much that is not known about Jim Bark and Sims Ely, particularly here. In South Africa it is a different story. There are numerous clues in Ely`s work, "the Lost Dutchman", that point to the library. In fact the journey to find the LDM was always a journey to protect Oz....
by klondike
Tue Jan 16, 2018 10:47 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Oroblanco Let`s see Robinson shows the coordinates of the trail that Bark and Ely took to the top of Horse Mesa. And what does Ely tell us about his day on Horse Mesa. “We never put in a more interesting day on any Dutchman hunt.” (Lost Dutchman Mine, Page 157) Close to Horse Mesa major fossil...
by klondike
Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:42 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Gentlemen: So much evidence so little understanding. Maybe you folks can find the trail up Horse Mesa. Believe Robinson pretty much stumbled on it. Who knows maybe the secret is waiting. A trail from the Salt River to Horse Mesa with side trails to two massive Gold Deposits to the west. A trail into...
by klondike
Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:12 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Old Pueblo, Good to hear from you. Hope things are well with you and yours. I will be happy to speak with you. I will pm you with a number. One recommendation i would make to anyone interested in this history is to follow the work of a poster under the name of cuzzinjack on this site. His effo...
by klondike
Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:38 am
Forum: LDM Discussions
Topic: Chichilticale
Replies: 12
Views: 3597

Re: Chichilticale

Hello Cuzzinjack, A tip of the hat for all the work that you have done. The magnitude of these mining operations must have been immense and incredibly rich based on your analysis. Considering that they are closely associated with submarine volcanism should be a clue as to the environment in the impa...
by klondike
Fri Dec 22, 2017 5:08 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, There has been an active human presence in the Superstitions for well over 10,000 years. The irony being the most sophisticated is the oldest and the newest tends to be more primitive. Active mining operations and the creation of the library was an achievement of immense importance. The f...
by klondike
Sun May 07, 2017 11:17 am
Forum: LDM Discussions
Topic: Chichilticale
Replies: 12
Views: 3597

Re: Chichilticale

Hello Cuzzinjack, The geology of the Superstition Mountains definitely suggests significant mining efforts were on going at a much earlier time than folks suspect. The numerous caldera complexes in the area, both known and unknown and their various contact points provide opportunity for near surface...
by klondike
Mon Apr 24, 2017 3:19 pm
Forum: LDM Discussions
Topic: Chichilticale
Replies: 12
Views: 3597

Re: Chichilticale

Hello cuzzinjack A fascinating post. If your theory is correct and it is, how did the Aztecs find the deposits? Were they in fact led to the area by artifacts they were given? I wonder where one might look to find proof of their mining operations? Where exactly did they stay? Imagine their mining ac...
by klondike
Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:43 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Mr. K Perhaps old habits die slowly. But what is it that is worthy of understanding. A good place to start is Hidden Mountain, New Mexico. As you may know recent comments have been made that refer to the importance of understanding the stone maps and their relationship to star charts. It seems...
by klondike
Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:45 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Gentlemen: Perhaps a thought will put all of the current silliness in perspective. If anyone thinks the Jesuits will honestly help anyone regarding fundamentally damaging information to their order is well nuts. The Church has been in and out of the Superstitions for longer than you can imagine and ...
by klondike
Sun Jan 01, 2017 2:46 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Mr. Ribaudo, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and yours. Seems odd that folks discount the trail maps as a true representation of the range when it is obvious they tell us so much about what is fundamental there. Your work should give anyone pause in discrediting the maps as merely a conv...
by klondike
Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:52 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Gentlemen: Star Charts, who knew. Only a Jesuit would think this begins and ends with n8p. So what is the it that all of this leads to. To find that you would have to answer the when. The when takes you to the beginning and end: Circlestone. Of course the mystery will be solved but it will only cove...
by klondike
Sat Jul 16, 2016 9:55 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: new read
Replies: 11
Views: 3337

new read

Calalus Revisited: How Arizona's Riches Rebuilt the Roman Empire Paperback – July 11, 2016
by Myra E. Nichols (Author), John A. Nichols (Contributor)

more to come.

Klondike
by klondike
Fri Jan 01, 2016 8:06 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Would also like to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year also. Earlier the prediction was made that a ldm will be found this year. That is appropriate now that we are not here. I suspect other things will be found this year. Will they be understood. I suspect maybe, maybe not. Perhaps ...
by klondike
Wed Dec 30, 2015 7:56 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Hello Joe, In my humble opinion thinking comes from knowing the right questions to ask and that shows the imagination is at work. Roy was the first one to pick up on the significance of the Ely book. That clue simply lay there for years and until Roy`s observation no one sensed something ...
by klondike
Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:14 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, I believe the following post says pretty much everything; Gentlemen, While it is always pleasing to pursue discussions that reinforce what you already believe perhaps the truth can be better served by embarking on a journey who`s destination is not yet known. A close reading of the Bent w...
by klondike
Tue Dec 29, 2015 9:36 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Did you ever consider the possibility that this dialogue is structured precisely because you and Joe are very, very intelligent folks. A number of clues have been posted throughout the years that some have connected and others have not. What we have found remarkable about all of this is t...
by klondike
Tue Dec 29, 2015 3:05 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Gentlemen: The photograph that Joe posted came from a mine in Eldorado Canyon, Nevada. Believe it is the Techatticup. A lot of Gold was taken from that mine, some of it quite beautiful. Seems we posted the photograph as a guide to illustrate a location that was close to what we refer to as Oz 2. Oz ...
by klondike
Mon Dec 28, 2015 7:21 am
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, The library of Oz contained many things. Maps, plates made of copper and gold, gates to a far distant past. Art, well the list goes on. The language on those plates were not readable to our people. Only in recent times has a deciphering of the language become possible. What our people add...
by klondike
Sun Dec 27, 2015 7:13 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, One final point. The inscription, "Calalus the unknown land", also has a secondary meaning that is reflective of the conditions during the holocaust. The survivors of the death and destruction that befell the people were thrust from their known land to a land they did not know. A journey ...
by klondike
Sun Dec 27, 2015 7:03 pm
Forum: Around the Campfire
Topic: Yellow Jackets
Replies: 1345
Views: 261287

Re: Yellow Jackets

Hello Roy, Hope you and yours are having a merry christmas. The word Calalus comes from the ancients. It was their name for the new world. And who were these ancients? The citizens of Atlantis. Explorers from Atlantis were familiar with much of the new world. This familiarity was passed down to us i...