The Lost Sheep Mine

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The Lost Sheep Mine

Postby Mike McChesney » Mon Jul 17, 2006 12:48 pm

I recently heard about this mine for the first time. Does anybody have any new information about it?

Here's what I know; When Edgar Cayce was asked to do a reading for the location of the LDM, he also talked about an even richer mine called the "Lost Sheep Mine". He said it was just over the mountains, and richer than the LDM. It was, however, a silver mine. This would mean that it must be huge!

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Postby Gregory E. Davis » Fri Jul 28, 2006 11:33 am

Helo Mike: I think your question would be better served if you were to post it on the LDM Discussion section. That would give you a wider group of readers. There are stories about Silver Mines in the Superstitons. If your were to increase its range then the great Silver King Mine north of Superior could be included. Silver has also been found in the Rogers Canyon and Fraiser Canyon. Silver can also be found north of the Salt River in Four Peaks and to the East. Cordially, Gregory E. Davis

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lost sheep

Postby CLD » Sun Jan 11, 2009 12:36 pm

Maybe E.C. meant "little silver". 8) 8O :D
Shhh...........Ok now bite me!

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Postby pippinwhitepaws » Thu Apr 16, 2009 6:26 pm

i believe the silver king fit the description.

it was described as a 'bubble' of silver standing 75ft. above the surrounding surface...