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Symbol Constellations

Notes of Ancient Sign Study By: Charles Billiter 2012-13 Years ago, a man and boy played in the snow beside the Rocky Mountains. At some point during all the fun, the boy looked to the mountains. The mountains were looking at him. A great eye upon the mountains looking down at him. Years later, while visiting National Parks with family, the boy saw the same eye, and...many other symbols. Much time into the future while working and driving across the country, the same symbols, in sizable scales appeared everywhere. Some symbols were the size of a dime, and others, the size of mountains. It seems strange so many years later to have any conception as to what any of them mean. At first, I thought perhaps they were just Native Amerindian, or Spanish, or Hebrew, or Nordic, or Germanic, or Sumerian, or Babylonian. But, they spanned the entire range of culture and esoteric knowledge I had ever read about. At this point in time, I believe there have been many ages as far as 'we humans' know of and have recorded. It is also my belief that remnants of the past ages of time still exist. Only it seems certain lots have their ways with the antiquities of time. To bring forth the knowledge of the Ancients would change all that we know of. What I do know is that these symbols and other 'things' exist the entire world over. Some are upon ground, others below in subterranean cities and chambers, many under the ocean, and others have become dust only found within the mantle of the Earth. Fate is a strange thing indeed. I have looked for books that might speak of these things, but I have found relatively few, and it is due to my own study that, I do not feel most books on the subject paint a clear picture. By chance, I stumbled upon an old Magazine 'Desert Magazine'. What did I find inside? Pictures of the things I have seen throughout my life. What are the chances of that? The founder of Desert Magazine was Randall Henderson. It was odd to note how it seemed he knew what he was looking at without ever letting on to the huge mystery, but, I am absolutely sure beyond any doubt that 'He Knew'. This is a simple collection of intellectual exploration and contemplation, aided by the use of Desert Magazine. I have higher resolution pictures of all collected here-in. I make no claim to the pictures included here-in and have sought permissions as I am capable. The only claim I make is to assembling the information into this collection. All other works belong to their respective owners. If you have questions or pictures, feel free to get in touch. I do not have any strong answers or theories set in stone. All I know is based upon general observations and comparisons.

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. DM 1961 12 Whether some know it or not, he was a true National Treasure, and the secrets he knew were as valuable as all the recorded histories of our present world. I have no idea if the magazine is still in publication, but one of my life long dreams would be that of continuing Desert Magazine in the same spirit of Mr. Henderson, although, my abilities are unbelievably limited at this time. All of the material I will use for my notes here will exclusively come from Desert Magazine. In addition, I will add notes and my own explanation of the images provided here-in that also come directly from the same publication. I have my own pictures but am saving them until my next future compilation of notes and writings. I have labeled each picture with DM for the magazine, the date, and the publication issue number in case you manage to find a copy. There will be no general order as to how this document is arranged. I put it together as it has come to me, piece by piece. My main interest in this area is history and mystery. I am sure much of this is beyond my understanding, but I have learned much simply through observation and contemplation upon the works of those that have come before me with great wisdom and understanding. Now, down the rabbit hole we go.

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DM 1964 04 Zion Park Dinosaur. In this picture, what stands out is the huge bust at the top of the highest cliff, left of center. Also notice that I have placed various 'dots' in the general areas where there are symbols. All the ground and mountains in the area are covered in symbols. These symbols include: Mountain Signs, Negative Space Signs, Shadow Signs, Shinny or Reflective Signs, Carving Signs, and Geometric Signs. These aforementioned will be true for everything within these notes. As much as Native Amerindians claim these works, and archeologist either scoff or disregard these things, my opinion is that the work is entirely to vast to be Amerindian work, as it spans the world, found in various countries. I have found no defining knowledge or information linking this to any one group, affiliation, or historical documentation. There are some people who have claimed these things to be the work of Spanish, the Jesuit religious order, the Masonic order, and even the Illuminati. From what I have seen, there are details that might be related to any of the aforementioned, but as I have stated I have no empirical proof of which to justify those claims. I do have to admit that it would be nice to know the who and why, but like many things I am sure we will never know.

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DM 1964 11 The placement of symbols in this picture is staggering. Signs as small as the car and others going strait up to the top of the mountains. Birds, lions, dogs, sea horses, and of course, eyes. The car in the center should give you an idea as to the scale of the work. In a few of pictures in my collection, there has usually been a distortion or artifact in the sky. I have no idea if this is an picture error or something else. These pictures are often of areas of archeological importance or remote locale.

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DM 1965 01 It was with this picture that I started to realize how entirely complex the symbol work was. If you take a grid and overlap it with multiple grids, each with their own pictures, mash them up, and mix them together, then you start to get an idea of how impossibly difficult they are to read. Not to mention, the untrained eye -or trained eye- would never once notice what is all around them. A few ways I have found these come from the following methods: 'Dot Method', using stereograms (3D imaging), 3D glasses (not meant as a joke to any degree), eye-glasses that filter the polarity of light, and by analyzing the geometrical complexity. For my future projects I would like to use infrared, spectral imaging, and frequency resonance.

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DM 1971 10 The creators of these places understood spacial arrangement like no other. They also understood how to 'naturally arrange' symbols from the organic surroundings. These signs were at every location from mines, water, hiding places, directional, and the use of conveying messages. These areas are generally rocky, in mountainous areas, and within general proximity of water either locally or within travel distance by horse or foot. Similar signs and symbols are always found in these areas.

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DM 1977 03 If you will notice to the right, the ancient tree has been carved with symbols. Also, the stumps have been inscribed with symbols speaking of '7' and 'A'. This could mean 'aki', 'ayah', 'here/there', 'look'. In the background, the dots on the range symbolize either symbols, or as always 'eyes'. Eyes are the most important things to look for. 'Eyes are the windows the to Soul'. In this case, the different types of eyes tell you different things. This is more than a generalized observation. The monuments, glyphs, and other anthropomorphics that use 'eyes' speak in a visual communication.

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DM 1937 DEC. These are indeed very serious men. Do you think they know anything about that of which they sit upon? Hard to say. None-the-less, quite interesting. What is also interesting to note is the proximity of symbols in relation to what we observe in the horizon. If we are to take notice of the 'hoyo' (hole) in the distance, we can roughly conclude we are either in the correct viewing range, or have yet more to see. There is quite a bit of speculation as to how to use a 'sight rock'. Until a seeker can validate their theories, I am sure the true answer is still up debate. Generally speaking, a sight rock can be used to line up a rock marker, align a direction of travel, or specifically focus up a sign. I have found no information relating to the size, the use, or application in using such a device. What information is available in this area comes from the public sector of which there is no consensus.

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DM 1937 12 A rather old picture of poor quality -or, is it? Supposedly, this is an old staging station. I beg to differ. My opinion is that it might be a Spanish building or older. Why do I say this? The obvious construction is interlaced with the usual groupings of sign and symbol work. You must keep in mind that some symbols (mountain symbols) -at one time- could be seen from over 100 miles away before the industrial era of pollution. And, from this perspective, which is an idea location, you can still make out a majority of the mountain signs. It seems mountain symbolism corresponds with the ground signs found working in parallel within the same areas. By the use of a monocle some groups of antiquity would have less difficulty finding these signs. Although, groups of earlier ages would have had to rely exclusively upon related sets of trails with a respective set of markers. It is not uncommon to find overlapping trails and markers used by different groups over periods of time.

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DM 49 Palms Trail 1940 02 DEC Huge hummingbird anyone?

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DM 1940 09 Once again, huge birds, classical carving style of the mountains. In addition, there are huge ground pictures made by the use of stones, very artistically arranged upon the vast expanse of nature we see here. I couldn't say exactly, but I believe the hummingbird is pointing to water. The giant duck or swan might be sitting on an egg, which might imply mine or something of importance buried. The sacred symbol is here, so, it might be referred to as a 'John Site' as some seekers refer to it if you will. One way to correctly look at this mountain would be to change our position and walk an arc of 3045 degrees horizontally left. I have read of multiple interpretations of the bird signs. What I have not found is a consistency of agreed upon interpretation, let alone someone who has managed to find anything. Although, if someone did make a substantial find it is very unlikely that the information would be made publicly available. This makes searching difficult as seekers, archeologists, and miners never seem to get along, let alone share relevant information.

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DM 1940 10 OCT. In this picture are more numerous signs as with all sites like this. Among the first I found included a 'pistol' and a 'throne'. Not to mention, signs upon the trees. This is just my take, but many of the symbols flow up the incline to the right. Of course, speculation and interpretation walk hand in hand. I have found no method or system that interprets these trails with accuracy. Also there is no information in the public sector that is developed enough to be conclusive or successful.

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DM 1940 SEP Navajo Land. There are many symbols that the Navajo use that are of influence of those before them and from explorers of other countries. Also, some of the symbols they claim as their own are actually written upon much older signs and symbols. I respect all the Native Amerindian Tribes and their cultures and their ways, and find their histories entirely amazing. With a rock formation like this, if it doesn't obviously point in a certain direction or with shadow sign, one might have to read the symbols all the way up even if it means climbing to the top of the rock. Using simple logic, it is obvious that this rock formation is drastically unlike the other formations in this area. There-fore, it would make an ideal land-mark or excellent device to record information upon. To the bottom left of the rock form, there is a person, by-which we can discern the size of this formation.

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DM 1940 SEP Moapi Oasis. This is the first picture -I believe- where I started paying attention to the trees up and down, just as much as anything else in the area. In the tree are numbers. It was difficult to make them out, but they convey a message. The styling of the letters is somewhere between 15th -17th century, traditional cursive styling. There seems to be at least four or more numbers, but the picture makes it impossible to make out. To the upper left, the letters 'G'/'C'(?) and 'H' appear next to an letter 'A' and other numbers. The sacred symbol also appears within the picture. From various people and literature, the interpretation of these would relate to 'Biblical verses'. Some have said that they relate to directions and inform the seeker of what is either located or used as travel directions. Of course, as I have stated previously, there is no reputable or legitimate source that seems to be able to explain the trail systems, let alone decipher the symbolic imagery with any degree of absolute success. I do believe there is some confusion in-between symbols for trails as opposed to those used upon maps. Much confusion has also shadowed the understanding of these systems by legends of lore, stories, movies/television, and those possessed with overtly extreme occult subject matter. To further elaborate the confusion comes by way of mixing English language understanding with language such as: Spanish, Latin, Phoenician, Egyptian, Hebrew, Runic. One example: English based numerology. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1940 SEP Borrego Hell Hole Water Fall. What was interesting about this is I found an ancient 'crown symbol'. Of course the classic hummingbird -always found by water or waterfalls, and strangely enough what looks to be a carved face or head looking up out of the bottom of the falls. The obvious symbol work was easy to discern, but as to the lettering, it was too fine to read without further graphic analysis. Waterfalls should always be methodically investigated. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1945 02 FEB Vase Rock in Hell Canyon. Some people may term these vase, and some say they are crude emulations of owls. Upon this rock are directions and messages about locations and trails. The movement of the rock layout seems to dictate the direction of movement as they do correspond to the symbols upon the main pictured rock formation. Alternating systems of light and dark signs and messages conveying symbols frequent through the visible area. My interpretations are based upon the symbol shape and geometry as it relates to the geometry of the area in which they are found.

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DM 1945 02 Notch Peak Utah. This is another great example of perspective that re-enforces the idea that these signs and symbols were made not only to communicate to others over vast distances, but also let those in the area know where they are at and what to look for. There will be those people who tell you that 'cloud reading' is wrong or bad. On the contrary, just as we have a modern-day internet cloud, we also have these 'symbol clouds'. You must know how to read the cloud. Once again, I stress that there is no one symbol that is an island in itself. There is no one symbol that marks a treasure or specific attribution. There is no one symbol that is a key in and of itself. There are however symbols and signs of occurrence in certain areas and groupings. You must understand how to read all of the symbols together in order to understand the messages. These systems are dynamic with multiple symbols leading to the same and differing areas. The best way to understand all of this is to look at it and explore it. That is it. At best all a book like this or any other can do is point you in a direction. The rest you have to figure out on your own. Remember multiple races, with different backgrounds, over different ages of time are involved in this great mystery, and most books barely touch the surface of understanding them. No one has solved these mysteries, but wild theories abound. I look at these areas, and compare them to what I see or find in other areas, then look at what is similar or different. From that, I make general inferences of which I have only come to a few simple conclusions.

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DM 1945 Peralta Sombrero. So much controversy, so little time. I have included other pictures and maps on this landmark. Once again, some say the symbols go from 'big to small' which in some ways is minutely correct in a generalized way. The big symbols give you an idea of what is in the area. Even without the symbols if you 'READ THE EYES' then you will progress upon which-ever symbol trail you progress. There are plenty of symbols, signs, and monuments to be seen. It is a good practice not to force oneself to search in a hard mannerism, but rather to allow ones mind to follow the layout of what is before it. The mind is more responsive to interpreting shape and movement in a relaxed but focused state, than in a state of stress. When searching for trails and path-ways, Oscam's Razor is always valid to apply. If you are looking for a mining area, tailings (rock shards and mine waste) are one thing to look for. Extreme color variations in rock, ground, or environment are always worth investigating. This doesn't necessarily mean a chemical trail, but rather, an arrangement of rocks with differing color.

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DM 1947 05 Grapevine Creek. The creator of DM had to know something well in advance of those who elevated Kenworthy to treasure-god status. I suppose everyone wants to live vicariously through their hero's, but why not be your own hero? No disrespect, but if Kenworthy honestly had the 'holy grail of information' he would have found ALL of what I am going to show you here. Heck, he could have got a subscription to Desert Magazine if he wanted to know more. Many clues and answers have been publicly available in Desert Magazine since the 1930's. Although, I do applaud him for bringing attention to the area, and making his own treasure by selling a little bit of useable information to millions -a treasure in itself. By the way, anyone seen my little white dog? Seriously, all you can do is take what you can learn, that works for you, and discard the rest. With this collection, at best, what I have proved is that some areas have certain signs, and I have pointed them out with some form of crude interpretation. At best, I use methods similar to LeVan Matineau. I claim no expertise, and, I have found no experts in this area. Plenty of nut-bags, fraudsters, and charlatans, but no experts. Period.

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DM 1947 07 Agua Caliente San Diego California. Looks like a nice day to relax by the heated pool! Just watch out for snakes! In case you didn't know, that red dotted line follows the snake where you can see it's head at the end to the left. Seekers commonly associate the head with the idea of being a pointer. There is also the theory that a removed head might imply removal of a treasure cache. There reason I refer to it as a 'snake' is that, it has the same shape and attributions of what other people have cited, shown, and referred to such as this. We can also discern the anthropomorphic qualities that might allude one to imagine the form as a serpent.

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DM 1947 07 Carlsbad Caverns New Mexico. The big mistake the BLM ever made here was cleaning the formations with calcium and other chemicals What they did was actually destroy many of the ancient glyphs and symbols. I learned this through another DM issue with the picture proving such. There were torch burns and mineral-wash that symbols were created in these build-ups. When they cleaned the mineral build-ups, they destroyed many signs. I have no idea if the BLM is aware of this, or whether they actually employ people with the ability to find the ancient signs, but they haphazardly destroy them quite regularly through their ill-fated actions. This doesn't even begin to speak of how many areas mining companies have destroyed along with the ancient artifacts. When in any area of symbols, do not disturb, touch, or move anything. Everything in that area is a possible key. It is a good idea to keep in mind that any place we can get to and explore, well, it's not to far out of the way to speculate whether or not others have been there before.

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DM 1947 08 Moah River Trail Colorado. Here we have another fine example of the scale of the work. I must also mention that this work extends around the 'entire globe'. I have only verified this through finding the symbols in pictures from other explorers and publications. These trail systems were created to be dynamic and expansive. They cover all of North America, South America, places in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, Europe, etc. There is a 'meta-physical' aspect -if you will- where certain elements remain a constant as opposed to the monuments, symbols, glyphs, etc. I have no idea what the connection is, but there seems to be a few plausible connections. The details are different but the usage is similar. My main question is that these things have obviously existed for a long time, but how come we find next to no references to them in the general records of history? With a system this complex and expansive, someone must have taken notice as I can not believe I am the only one.

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DM 1947 08 Palm Springs California. Here we have the ancient groupings of symbols next to an very old trail tree. Notice the mountain eyes in the background. Eyes are the key to all of this. The oldest trees in the world have been known to have been inscribed with the oldest languages. Trees are living gateways into the past. In this case, part of a system of markers. This also tells you this is very old trail.

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DM 1947 08 Turtle Mountains California. During the writing of this book of notes, many of these areas have already been destroyed or altered by BLM, tourists, construction, mining companies, golf courses, the expansion of civilization, and the natural elements. Do you see that huge eye on top of that mountain directly up from the front end of that beautiful truck in the mountain? Imagine an eye the size of that mountain on an even bigger mountain. Once again, the idea is to convey a message over an extremely long distance. If were we to take our position in relation to one of these 'eyes' and make this the 'radius', make the eye the 'center-point', we then can make a 'circle of proximity' in which to search for other related signs and symbols. I have also solved various 'trail-layouts' by creating a grid and recording pertinent information for each 'quad'. We can further enhance this information through the use of spectrophotometry and infrared satellite imaging.

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DM 1947 08 Walpi Arizona. In this picture there is a Spanish face upon the Natives 'holy rock'. There are other native symbols as well, but most of them were created upon much older symbols. I am not entirely sure, but I think there were symbol systems of much older origin used by the Spanish and the Natives that were not theirs originally. I'm thinking more along the lines of King Solomon's time, and maybe even before that. Just a wild guess. Not only does the past repeat itself -to a degree sometimesit also has a way of recycling itself -ideas that is. This is just me, but what if the Spanish had treasure maps of the New World? What if they came by proxy of the Jesuit, or Illuminati, or the Masons, or Aliens, whoever or whatever(jest)? The reason I say this is that some of the symbols and rock formations are extremely older than the Era of Spanish Conquest, let alone the histories of the Native Amerindians. I must state that I have no way to prove this. Some of these signs are religious and esoteric in a way that speaks entirely of the other side of the planet if not arcane knowledge.

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DM 1947 Canyon De Chelly. Notice the horse and person at the bottom? See the symbols on the gigantic rock face? This is just me, but do you see how those areas in the middle of the picture on that upper ledge look? They look very similar to mining or tailing piles. Another thing, when looking at these areas, be cognizant of the difference between the colors of rocks in the area. Are there more light or dark rocks? What looks out of place in this picture? Why is this thing shaped this way? Why is this rock facing this way? Why are these rocks arranged in this shape? How does this area line up with general compass directions? What are the obvious and not so obvious features? What types of plants and animals are in this area? Is there water close by? What can I see around me from this location? Charles Billiter 2012-13

How is easy or difficult is it to move around the area?

DM 1948 02 Emory Fall. Sea horses in the water, gigantic mountain symbols.....I have included another picture of this. This is a complexly huge system. From this perspective you can see quite a bit, but the proper symbols tell you the alignment of how you should observe them. Sometimes the symbols will be done in a series to convey animation of movement. The same is true for messages that, are conveyed through a series of images conveying movement and form. Remember when I talked about over-lapping matrices? To make it simpler, imagine a set of stairs with the top of the steps and the vertical support under them as places for images. If you look at the stairs from the front-up, you see one picture. If you look at the stairs from the top-down, you see another picture. Now, think of rock faces with unlimited angles and faces, unlimited areas of light and dark, and unlimited area in which to carve, sculpt, and paint pictures. By that example you should have an idea of the scope of things of which I am speaking. Each particular instance conveys some form of intelligence.

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DM 1948 03 Thousand Palms San Diego. See those huge trees. What about those eyes far in the distance? When you encounter trees of this age or older, you should always investigate them from top to bottom. There could be other things up in the branches hidden by the tree foliage. Below the trees could be irregularly shaped ground which might be hiding something. The thing to keep in mind is if there are any symbols or signs in the area that exclusively speak to the possibility of intelligence.

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DM 1963 07 Glen Canyon Dam Colorado. Before the dam, there was much more to see. Unfortunately, similar to Kane Creek of Lake Powell, most of what you could see is underwater, or seen at times when the water is at it's lowest point. Similar to the caves you could go into with lots of neat stuff *wink wink*. The other thing I would like to remind people of -especially Treasure Hunters or seekers, if you are one- that finding these types of symbols and signs -to me- is just as valuable as gold, silver, or even gem stones. When I started to see these signs, at some point I completely forgot about monetary worth and came to enjoy finding the symbols themselves. There is so much craft, so much art, and the wonder of how and why they were created to me is at least worth 1,000,000 troy ounces of gold.

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DM 1963 Kane Creek 07 Lake Powell. This area for signs and symbols were pretty much ruined. Once again, the rise of modern civilization sold out the ancient for vanity and convenience. If they only knew what they lost. Notice the eyes in the rolling hills below the cliff-line? We can expect that more of these ancient treasures will be destroyed as our current world population continues to expand. So, my best wisdom to share with you is to, Find them and enjoy them while you can.

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DM 1964 04 McCain Valley Resource Conservation Area Southern California. Gee! Who is that guy? Can anyone guess? This is a great picture of scale. What type of seed do you think that thing eats, or perhaps what flowers it sips nectar from?!? Imagine that type of rock carving 10,000 times that scale on the side of a mountain. I do question whether the scale of the symbol, sign, or monument have anything to do with amount or quantity, although I have found no evidence speaking of such.

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DM 1965 01 Old Woman Springs California. This is another vastly complex arrangement of symbol work. My guess is that this system says,'Go over to the right, and after that, look around some more.' One thing to note is that from this angle, the 'eye' on the point of the large rock, near the top of the picture. This could mean looking down from vantage point on high. Also, notice the sacred symbol and the smaller triangle lower middle center. What I have also noticed is that birds can be used as various directional pointers. Some for water, some for compass direction, and other for markers. Most of what I have learned comes from observation and comparison to other sites. I have read the research of others about the meanings and I might as well have asked a fortune teller for my lucky lotto numbers. Never take any advice or accept expertise in this area without testing and validating whether or not the information is correct or relevant. If the information is right, then the answers will validate themselves. What I mean by validation is that the answers may aid the following of a trail or understanding of the symbol system with a greater degree of success.

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DM 1966 11 Salt River Country. In a few of these pictures, you will see I use the color 'purple'. I use it to mark places of importance, and triangles. The reason I use purple for certain areas is because of what I have seen before that seems important. Upon the cactus are various symbols. Some literature states that if the cactus has been cut or chopped in a certain way that, it implies a direction of travel or a sighting device. With a cactus, it is a good idea to observe for holes through the cactus, cuts, and at the base where directional rocks may be found. I have not found too many shadow signs documented. In this one, middle-left of center, is what appears to be a 'curved-notch' or 'bird-beak'. The shadow from this curve points and wraps around other symbols on the mountain to it's left. Although, from this distance, at best all we can make out are the larger mountain signs. One thing to keep in mind is that these areas seem to have repeating groups of similar symbols that are always in proximity of one another. The only way I learned that was by observing them and taking notes. I will also say that I have found nothing in treasure hunting books or manuals that entire validates any of these finds. What I will say is that some of them at face value allude to ideas but are not concrete enough with pictures and explanations, that even come close to what I have shown you within this collection of notes.

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DM 1966 12 Cerro San Pedro Guadalupe La Higuera Area. There are some rather fantastic sea horses here. In addition, this is a highly complex system of signs. In order to see some of them, photo filtering and geometric analysis was used. From this, there is also an '8' or infinity symbol here -the beginning and ending if you will. This could imply that there is something to find here. The water symbols also might say it is near water. This rotunda rounds up and to the right and left. To the left are symbols that seem to go further in that particular direction. After looking at this on and off for several hours I noticed that the hidden pictures and symbols are quite numerous. What I did find is that by color removal and filtering, I was able to separate the various images into somewhat visible glyphs. I lost count at 10 layers. There is more hidden information here than what is immediate visible. This is just me, but you do need to ask as many questions about these areas as you can. Also, be as skeptical about not only how others interpret the information, but how you interpret it. You have no reason to believe what any person, any book, or any collection of documents have to say about this area until you can conclusively prove for yourself that the information works and is valid. I am not saying that my own methodology rules out or completely denies other information or theories. What I am saying is that I test what I learn and observe and see if I can apply it again with similar results. If this collection of notes does indeed speak of an 'obviously related system of symbols and signs', then the repetition of certain elements will be more than apparent. For example, I have found the hummingbird relating to water, I have found that mines and caves are marked with similar signs, I have found that large mountain signs can be found within the area in a significantly smaller size. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1967. For those of you who are 'in the know', I decided to include this as I thought it was a very funny parody. But seriously. This also shows that the symbolism is below the native markings, not on top of the native markings. This is one proof that what some people are looking for is not attributed to the Native Amerindians markings. What it does go to show is that someone was there before and shaped the rock. In the background you might also notice the styling that I refer to as 'Byzantine'. When I use the term 'Byzantine', I refer to the style that classical painters and sculpturing artists used between the 15th to 17th centuries to render artwork. There are no Native Amerindian works of which I am aware that use highly-actualized, and real-to-life rendering of imagery using advanced principles of light and dark. This might refer to chiaroscuro, portraits, and optical illusions.

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DM 1967 Bend Oregon. When I say that you should always look for 'eyes', you should listen. Notice in the background in some of the pictures that I mark far into the distance? Well, that is because there are other eyes. These are just in little mountains, down low. You should see the big eyes up high. It really does make you wonder sometimes about the construction and methodologies of this work. These are marks to be seen by the explorers, but at the same time, they are so huge, from the right perspective, one might notice them from 30-40 miles up in the air. Now why on earth would the ancients need to have their symbols seen from the air?!? Eyes are the key to all of this. Even if you couldn't understand what someone was saying in another language, you could understand their eyes, the postures their body makes, and the motion of the implied meanings they convey. Similar to the study of micro-facial analysis and recognition. Due to the size of these symbols, this might imply a major trail, or perhaps something very important is here at this particular location. Also notice the shape and which way the eye is looking.

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DM 1967 07 Lake Mead. A very interesting grouping of treasures here. The sea horses and humming birds are out of this world. There are caves to the right which I believe is the correct way to go by judging the way the symbols are pointing. A question that came to me: 'If these explorers went to such extremes upon the land and in the mountains then, why not in the water as well?' In ancient times, divers that hunted pearls were known to dive up to 150 feet or more, up to 3 minutes at a time. So, I have no reason to doubt the possibility that the ancients hid things underwater.

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DM 1968 12 Wickenburg Arizona. See that cactus? It's marked and telling you something. See that big rock with the little triangle in the background? It's saying, 'Hi there.' Another thing, notice the area of grasses as compared with the areas around the cactus. Also, there are huge geometric shapes in the background, on the ground. Sometimes common sense is just as important as investigative analysis. Another important thing to remember is 'not to make any more or any less out of the area you are exploring or trail-tracking'. Take what information is available to you and see how it works.

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DM 1969 04 Basalt Rock. What looks like an innocent grouping of rocks on the ground is sometimes a 'dot of a larger picture'. It may include directions, a message, and serve as a pointer. Speaking of pointers, look at the huge birds in the background that were pointed at by the little circle. The smaller dots may have messages on them, or be apart of a larger message.

DM 1969 04. Now, the picture tells you Chinese, but, it's not. It has Spanish characteristics and the rocks and symbols around it seem to allude to that.

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DM 1969 95 Snake River. Once again, the description says Chinese, but the symbols and alignment say other-wise. They might have worked the area, and, if they did I believe they would have noticed. Well, some of them might have. The main sphere points out directions. The sphere I am referring to is at the right with yellow dots outlining it. From this sphere extends a line. From that line we find other glyphs of birds upon the ground and on rocks in the direction that it points.

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DM 1969 05 Peg-Leg Trail. This is a good picture of a classical ancient trail sign. Some of the huge 'eyes' are done this way. On occasion, they are done 'concave' as opposed to the 'convex' sign you see here. Mainly, it has to do with 'light'. And no, you don't need a shadow sign for everything because of the sheer number of symbols. Regardless of what Kenworthy told you, everything is marked. Stones shine at any time with the right amount of light. Besides, it is a combination of signs, not just a little game of which symbol is the most important, or how do the little numbers connect, or which Bible verse relates to this area. Ancients of the past civilizations would use huge convex dishes of metal to send messages for huge distances across the Earth whether from ship to ship, mountain to mountain, or bending light around the globe at certain times of the year. In this case, eyes are created in a convex mannerism to reflect light back, just as many of the other symbols do. These things are never as absurdly complex as some people make them out to be, then again, sometimes they are.

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DM 1969 08 Tuttle Creek Area Sierra Nevada California. This picture proves what I was talking about on the last page. If you have a camera with a super flash, a million candle watt flash-light, you can light up some symbols. At night-time, if there is a strong moon illumination, these same symbols meant to be seen during the day-time, can also be seen at night. Even with night-vision and an infrared light you can light up and see some of these symbols. Thermal-vision sometimes brings out the most well hidden signs. Devices that measure the bounce-back of light or sound frequency can also make out form. But once again, your eyes are the best tools to use.

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DM 1969 09 Idaho Silver City. When I first saw this, I wasn't surprised. One window has a Masonic emblem and the Masonic Pillars. On the steps is an Owl by the door. On the house next to it is the almighty triangle. So, this is just me, but now do you see how potentially big the picture gets? I wonder if the 'builder of the temples' people through the years knew and passed on the intel? My guess is yes. Why else would you come to the new land in the disguise of starting a new country? To partake of the treasures that were known about by the chosen few. This is the only picture in this area that I have ever seen related to this particular subject matter in this manner. There are other signs and symbols that relate, but not in the setting of a old city like this.

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DM 1969 09 Obsidian Dome Yellowstone National Park. This was a tough one, but, I figured it out. See, those stones are laid out in specific directions. There are shapes in the directions of the rocks, and only a handful of large symbols to pay attention to. Very interesting plays of light and dark rocks. If you are not sure about placement and direction, created a grid and line out the area with dots and lines.

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DM 1969 09 Owyhee River Idaho. There are huge symbols on the ground, but the picture is so entirely faded, you almost can't see them. Since there is water next to the rock formations, the possibility of 'water-signs' or 'reversed signs' is possible. Keep in mind the date of all of these pictures. It is more than possible that the landscape has been drastically altered.

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DM 1969 09 Southern Coulee. This is the same as the last picture as far as visual acuity. There are so many large ground figures here that, to line them out would take quite some time and utterly confuse the picture. Some of the shapes are also on the valley ground. Judging by the ground on the hill traversing upward might imply a high-traffic area. This would be an ideal area for mining as you have practically everything you need to process ore.

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DM 1969 11. Well, well, well. What do we have here? A giant bird on a mountain. Also, there is a giant hummingbird (under November) and several other figures. Not only do they map out trails through the mountains, but they always seem to point out caves, places of interest, and other great mysteries. At first, I wasn't sure that what I was looking at was actually what I was seeing. Then, I lined out the formation down to the smallest given detail. What I found is true. The birds and other images in the mountainside are entirely true to form and scale given the medium they are created upon.

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DM 1969 12 New Mexico. More examples of huge mountain symbols in the background. Yes, it is true that I haven't marked all of the symbols, and that is to keep clarity on the seriousness of what I am attempting to share with you. You should never think that there is nothing to see or find. Everything is marked. Once again, everything is marked. There are no codes to crack or solve(so to speak). It is as simple as 'open your eyes'. That is the beginning and ending. Period. Now granted, I will say that a system of intelligent lay-out was used, but I would not overtly-embellish it as a hidden code when the signs and symbols are readily apparent when you are able to find and see them. A lack of information doesn't necessarily imply a hidden code. It only means that we do not have the exact means to understand the information that has been presented before us.

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DM 1970 01 Gypsum Cavern Frenchman Mountain Nevada. This one took a long time. The level of work and detail here is staggering. In addition, the hidden symbols simply blow your mind. Obviously, I started with what was most apparently, and that would be the bird located middle-left of center. With the eagle, those who follow Kenworthy might refer to this as a possible John Site. The esoteric and religious connotations here are overwhelming.

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DM 1971 05 Deer Creek Falls South Rim Grand Canyon. Just to give you another idea that, these signs and symbols are so 'gigantic' you can see them from up in the air. See the boats at the bottom in the center? Can you see the Holy Grail, or the Sacred Symbol? In this particular area, I believe these symbols were meant to be seen from other mountains and high elevation view-points in the area. This is just me, but I bet there is a nice trail system down there with hummingbirds by the falls. Judging by the apparent holes in the canyon wall, it might be of interest to see what may be inside of them -very carefully of course. From this perspective, we can also make out faint trails to the rock face.

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DM 1971 11 Zion Canyon from top of Cable Mountain. Breath-taking and speechless.

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DM 1972 10 Spanish Mine in Henson Creek Colorado area. See the statue in the background with the purple dot over it? Kind of looks like a Unicorn or a small pony(Christ). See the other areas to the right? Very serious signs. What happened here -speculation- was that miners other than the Spanish set this mining entrance up. What I believe I have lined out to the right includes a shrine. It has the standard shape, but rather hard to make out any detail, but it does retain the typical arch.

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DM 1972 12 Santa Rosa mountains looking down on Anza-Borrego desert. Huge bird down there to the right, not to mention the other symbols. That particular tree is very old, including the symbols that are also carved into it. Anza-Borrego seems to be a symbol hunters paradise as far as legend and lore are concerned. I would guesstimate the number of symbols in the hundreds of thousands, and the huge ground and mountain signs within the possible tens of thousands. Some of these mountain and ground signs are equivalent to the size of three or more football fields.

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DM 1972 Tybo Canyon. What I think is interesting is that she is looking for treasure, but, the trails and formations are entirely all around her. On the mountain behind her are symbols of birds and other geometries. Now, I can not be sure, but those structures to her right look like ancient smelters or kilns, which would correlate well with the stories of silver ingots being mined in the area. If this is true, residual silver and other trace elements would be located in and around the smelters themselves.

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DM 1973 07 Holcomb Creek San Bernardino Mountains. See, with water, waterfalls, rivers and things like this, aside from caves, water-areas are the next best place to hide treasure. This is true watermagick here. The reflection is how you solve it -so to speak. Anyone guess how I solved it? Look down, then, look up. Any time you are near water, expect water-magick symbols or reversed symbols. I know, I know. You are probably saying, What in the world is he talking about?!? Study it more and I'm sure you will figure it out.

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DM 1974 12 Angel Arch Canyon Lands National Park. They ought to call this Bird Arch. Why? Well, the shear number of bird symbols here. See the lovely huge hummingbird? Also take note of the white rock obviously out of place.

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DM 1975 04 Pritchett Canyon. What is import about this is that it displays a reflective sign which is big if you consider the scale of the trucks and people to it. To the right, once again we find the classic triangle. There are a multitude of numbers and letters inscribed across this formation.

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DM 1975 07 San Juan Mine Area. This is a fantastic example of scale of work. See that huge hummingbird center-right? Now, can you imagine how in the world they did this? Also take notice of the number of 'classic faces and eyes'.

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DM 1975 07. This has some huge swans or ducks on it up towards the top. For those of you who know what to look for, are you not amazed at the complexity of this one? I know I am.

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DM 1975 12. To the untrained eye, there isn't much to see here. To those of you in the know, once again, notice how I have marked out what is significant here. In the background, you can also observe the other symbols on the country side in the distance.

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DM 1976 06 Rainbow Bridge. Once again, I must point out that what I am marking is not Native Ameridian. Why? Well, unless the Natives took Byzantine art class, or maybe sculpting class via 15th to 17th century, then they would have an valid argument, but, like the other pics in this collection, they do not. This should be called Bird Bridge because of all the birds on it. Rather fantastic. I must tell you that you must look at these things from different visual perspectives in order to see the wonder. They were not made for everyone to see, only a certain special few.

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DM 1976 Rainbow Bridge Utah from Sky. Perspective, perspective, perspective. I simply can not stress this enough. How might someone construct these without seeing them. Imagination, creating a grid and following a grid.

DM 1976 Grand Gulch Deer Creek BLM Rec. Area. The bird signs on the grounds here are huge. They cover all of the area including the low mountains and rocks in the area. Can you see the huge hummingbird in the middle? Looks like it is flying left with beautiful wings spread for flight.

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DM 1977 02 Picacho Rec. Area. This is more water-magick. Look down, then, look up. There are so many finely crafted birds here, it is simply heavenly! Can you see the signs in the water? Also note the sea horses and the play between light and dark rock coloring. Typically in a water based environment such at this, it is not uncommon to find symbols or monuments underwater. A sign as this might be created as a 'concave mold or shape into the rock. In order to see the symbol, you look down into the water in order to render the image. A reverse sign may be carved one way, then reversed by the reflection in the water. Plays of shadow and light are viewed by the eye differently, such as viewing them from the correct position as opposed to another angle.

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DM 1977 03 Joshua Tree. See that ancient tree? It has many symbols on it. Also, in the background are many more ground symbols. Sometimes, the symbols are laid-out, rock by rock by rock. Not unlike the symbols laid out at Nazca. In an area such as this, you have a slight advantage. What I mean is that a majority of the dark rocks that have symbols or carvings that stand out much lighter.

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DM 1977 03 Joshua Tree. What many think is that with Spanish mining, or other types of mining done by ancient people is that, they never mark their mines or caves. This is not true. I have provided my examples of the marked mines. We must also remember that the mines were built in very specific ways which also means that if they were 'plugged' that the plug would not be entirely different from the shape of the original entrance. The elements concocted to plug the mine entrance would not be entirely different from the surrounding natural elements. The plug itself might also be hidden with a rock inscribed with a sign or marker as I have seen many times. Signs will point to this. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1977 03 Joshua Tree. This is a very good picture that displays not only scale, but distance.

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DM 1977 03 waterfall in Andreas Canyon California. There are always certain symbols that you should look for when at a waterfall. If you are lucky, you might see a huge hummingbird. Can you see the hummingbird fluttering behind the trees? Also remember to check the water surrounding the area, in the water itself, and behind the waterfall itself behind the rushing water.

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DM 1977 05 Majestic Mooney Fall Arizona. It brings my heart a great warmth to show you this. It literally made me stand up when I saw it. For those in the know, who understand what I mean, behold the beauty and the splendor. This is just me, but if this much effort has been put into this area, simple logic dictates that something very special may be hidden here -if not just these marvelous symbols as well. This is one particular area that I would explore with extreme tenacity. I might also recommend scuba diving or a remote submersible recon device.

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DM 1977 05 Scenic Dead Indian Canyon Palm Canyon California. This is a superbly complex system right here. The shear lay-out of the topography is astounding. It really makes you wonder how on earth did they operate in such treacherous conditions?

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DM 1977 06 Clark Mountain San Bernardino. This once again shows you that the mines are not only laid out in complex symbol work, but also the symbols convey messages as to what is what, where, when, how, etc. I do hold some reservations about the literature of Kenworthy, Carson, and other symbol and treasure hunters. Some of the things I have found seem to have either expanded upon what their literature speaks of, or in some ways indirectly refutes what I absolutely believe they vaguely attempted to convey in their own collected works and books.

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DM 1977 06 Clark Mountain Spanish Mining Area. What happened here is that a mining company stumbled upon an old Spanish mining area. What I have also come to find is that the Spanish for whatever reason also marked the tailing piles. Everything was marked!!! Anyone who has read the ancient mining books, or studied wood-block prints of mining knows the operation. Just as the woodblock prints were labeled is next to exactly how the mining area was labeled. For some reason, people have a tendency to make these areas out to be as complexly arranged as something that they saw in an Indian Jones or National Treasure movie. Hardly is that ever the case or truth. Like some of the oldest riddles of time, the answer is much simpler than what you think. Well, that is, if you are having to deal with a cult of nut-bag fanatics, or some hair-brain treasure hunter with more hot-air than finds. Always test the information, be skeptical, and take notes on your own observations. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1977 07 Sweet Creek above Hoskinnini. The level of complexity in this area is really brilliant when you consider it scale wise. It is not uncommon to find a working area such as this so close to water. In all ancient smelter operations, water is one of the essential tools, not to mention essential for survival. What is interesting about areas like this is that, they can function similar to a huge and completely natural 'sluice-pan'. Mineral-rich areas shaped by water almost always function this way.

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DM 1977 07 Tarahumara Chihuahua Mexico. Need I say that these people -whoever they might have been- were composed of a work ethic second to no one of our modern era? Down where the larger yellow dot is located is a possible resting area, perhaps water near mining efforts. If you observe the path-ways up the mountains, they zig-zag. This makes it easier on foot, and for horses and mules. This is an ideal spot as we can see the surrounding ranges, great for viewing other far away symbols, and a means to communicate with others over long distances. One theory I have that might explain how some of these things came about, were by the use of 'monocles and mirrors'. This would further explain: shadow signs, reversed signs, signs related to the obvious direction of sun travel, and ability to communicate over vast distances, or, from mountain-to-valley-to-moutain. I have found that by using a small hand-held mirror, my position could be found by an observer from up to and over a mile away. Now, imagine a huge golden disk reflecting the sun across extremely large distances. I believe the ancients were more capable of message transmission and media than most care to believe.

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DM 1977 07 Trachyte Creek. Here we find many wonderful things. The monuments themselves were created by ancients, used by the Spanish, Natives, and other unknown people. Notice the classic style to the left.

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DM 1977 07 Trachyte Creek Canyon. The rock bust above the hiker is brilliantly crafted with sea horses, birds, sacred signs, in a manner that you would not know unless you had the vision to see them. Another interesting thing to note is the logs to the left. This area may be prone to flooding, or, those logs might be used as primitive ladders allowing one to climb up. In creating the images and signs on huge rock faces, or up high, they would have either had to: build large scaffolds, repel down from up high, dangerously climb to where they places their carvings.

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DM 1977 08 Approaching Royal Arches. This is one of those pieces that numbs your mind in the great awe and splendor of the abilities of the ancients. It is a truly amazing find of a lifetime. As far as I know, in this collection of notes, I am the sole discover of these finds.

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DM 1977 08 Rock Springs Colorado area. This could be construed as an area for horses, but once again the rock signs and symbols say other-wise. If you look around the array from various degrees, you can also find other directional rocks in degrees of alignment.

DM 1977 09 Picachos Los Arch Gold Turtle Mountains. The reason for this picture is to demonstrate scale, and what to look for. I hardly doubt the Arch or gold is as lost as it is said. The path-ways are easily recognized from a high vantage-point.

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DM 1977 09 Spanish Mining Nevada Gold Mountain. This picture demonstrates as the other pictures do, as to the construction and the layout. When you look at these mines, you will see the symbols, the lettering, and messages. Once again, this is a Spanish mining area, found and worked by others.

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DM 1977 11 Cerro Gordo Birds in tailings. When looking at an area, you must think,'How do I look at this?' Knowing the correct way to look at an area will reveal many things to you.

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DM 1977 11 Sierra Nevada Range. What I have done here is to demonstrate from how far away you can see some of these things if you know what to look for. Believe me, with enough patience and practice, you too will see them.

DM 1977 12 Old Fort Bowie. Is it just me, but why do military bases always pop up near ancient sites? Anyway, in the background is a mountainside riddled with signs and symbols. Can you see the huge birds? How about the little birds?

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DM 1977 Mineral King West Sierras. All of the country side here contains ground symbols, rock signs, and caves that contain the same. From this view, we can see the path-ways and rock trails. Notice how one trail continues to the right to the over-hang? Water is here, so a smelter is probable.

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DM 1978 02 Portola Ave Palm Desert California 92260. Is it not strange yet humorous to see how the past and the present meet? But, the rock bird to the right is a fantastic example of sculpture mastery.

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DM 1979 03 Mud Spring in Nemo Canyon. It is amazing to wonder at the art and ability of the people who crafted art strait out of nature. This is just my opinion, but what they left behind is as valuable if not more so than what they mined.

DM 1978 03 Palm Canyon Looking South. Within this canyon is a highly complex system of symbol work short of the finest works of art found in any museum in the world -but, the real mastery is that it was all created in and out of nature.

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DM 1978 07 Boulder Utah Anasazi Granary. There are quite a number of rock carvings here that I did not line out due to the vast complexity of this area. Once again, what I must say is that there were ancients here before, that the Spanish picked up on, and also the Natives as well. Attributions that appeal to one group of people in time will more than likely appeal to future groups as well.

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DM 1978 08 Emigrant Springs mine. What I find interesting about these mines is that, they map the inside of the mines, as well as the areas around them. They are also marked by who made them, and by symbol and sign comparison, we can make a rough guess as to who it was. I would say use carbon dating, but that in itself is debatable science. What you can do is compare the symbols used. Mexicans used a strait-forward Spanish style, the Spanish Jesuit used more of a classic religious feel, the French had more of a classic Spanish-French-Byzantine style, the Germans used more of a EuropeanByzantine style. Since some of them went to the same mining schools and read the same literature, we can almost tell the artistic and educated from the primitive workers. Contrary to popular belief, not all of these areas had a 'religious influence or taste'. Most of them did have a highly impressive 'naturebased' influence upon their creations.

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DM 1978 08 well Mecca California. There are wells, then there are 'wells consecrated as holy temples'. This well is entirely covered in hummingbirds and other creatures. A small bird greets you before you actually step inside. THE REAL MASTERY of this well is that it is a FLOWER! The flower is crafted as a staircase that descends into the ground with the petals extending above the ground, with the desert fully embraced in its creation. BEAUTIFUL!!! This is one of my favorites next up to the hummingbird falls by the blue water.

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DM 1978 09 Delmar Mine. It has been said that there are never symbols or signs near mines or treasure or what have you. That is utter non-sense. Notice that huge bird sitting right where the mine is? The proof in hand is worth more than two in the bush. Also there are eyes looking directly at the location of the mine. See the little duck turning it's head back towards the mine?

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DM 1978 Yuma Country Arizona near Palm Canyon. Ever wonder who was in the area? Well, do you see that huge face to the right of the cactus? Looks to be Spanish to me, but, it could be other-wise. Also, note upon the ground that there are huge trails. Trails are sometimes created as huge mazes and at other times as large symbols or animals upon the ground. Almost all of the signs have an anthropomorphic quality aside from the lettering and numerals.

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DM 1980 09 Tombstone Arizona. This picture demonstrates what later men -aside from the ancientshad to go through in order to find what they seek.

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DM 1981 03 Three Sisters Utah. There is one sign in this area that has a Byzantine feel. It is the face directly up from the rock in the center. A classic 15th to 17th century feel.

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DM 1981 03 Waterfall Zion Park Utah. The super-human amount of work in this area is unbelievable. I am still amazed at the effort and yet have learned so much from these Ancient Masters.

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DM 1981 07 Fort Buchanan Southern Arizona Spanish Silver Mine. Once again, the complex symbol work all speaks many messages of those involved in the mine and the area.

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DM 1981 08 Santa Elenar Canyon. It really makes me wonder as to why people would go to such lengths to inscribe the vast and endless world. What I thought was important about this area was a rock that seems to be 'leaned up against a wall', as if to hide something.

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DM 1981 11 Sedona Colorado. Scale and perspective. All begins and ends with a single point of light, or in this case, dots. After observing many of these mining areas and mines, I am of the belief that obviously, the 'plugs' are of the same shape as the 'mines'. Sounds rather simple and obvious, but if you don't think so, go back and look at the pictures and learn my secrets, or rather, the ancients.

DM 1981 Atacama Desert Chilie South America. Not all of these places are located in America. They are located all around the world. As it really only took about 3 years to sail some distances, and 6-12 to sail the entire world, it is by no surprise that similar symbols are found the winged-globe over.

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DM Atlatl Rock Nrth Los Angeles 1949 09 September. Scale of these symbols is always important. It doesn't simply go from big to small, or vice versa, as they all make statements about the area and what is to behold.

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DM 1934 04 April Borrego Palm Canyon. What I really think is interesting is that many of these things at large, found no interest from the world or public to any degree until the 20th to 21th century -or so we know. That in and of itself is a great mystery. It seems as if it has always been a type of individual or group of people who had this special secret knowledge. I would say miners or early explorers but relative few if any left records of such. Of course there is much speculation about certain groups having information or the soul individual supposedly having access to privileged information. As for me, all I have is what I have learned from study, observation, and personal exploration.

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DM Bridal Veil Falls Havasupani Canyon Arizona 1940 08. What is striking about this area is that the symbol work can actually be seen through the falls. The sacred shape is there within the falls. Can you see it? Can you see the sacred shape in the falls?

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DM 1940 01 Bullion Mountains. When I first looked at this, I instantly recognized the geometrical layout of the rocks on the ground. From there, I followed them to find the markers, the symbols, and the trail systems. Quite amazing for being in the middle of no where, so to speak.

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DM 1946 08 AUG. Cantu Palms. The interesting thing here is that this area seems to have a layout saying, 'Something is here and you must find it.' Why? I don't know really, just my intuition. The area has a predominantly triangular motif to the topological layout, the circular ring of palm trees, the depression in the middle of the tree ring, and the numerals inscribed on the rocks that seem to link in a triangular fashion. I don't know. Maybe it's just me. * wink wink *

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DM 1940 09 September. This particular layout was difficult, but, once I started to see how it was 'looking at me', it quickly began to make sense.

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DM 1947 04 Corrigo County Oasis. On this one, another tough one, it wasn't until I lined up the triangle and I saw the head. From that point on, the hummingbird came forth.

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DM 1940 03 Coyote Lair Near Salton Sea. It does make me wonder at the size of the signs and symbols themselves when compared to the frame of our human stature. I had almost thought that giants of a sort had created what was held before mine eyes. The symbols around this cave say everything.

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DM 1946 12 DEC. Dark Canyon. Water areas are as good for certain types of mining as they are for hiding things. Notice also the sacred symbol. From this view-point we can make out symbols on the mountain looking up through this canyon.

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DM 1946 12 DEC. Dark Canyon. See the people at the bottom? Now take a look at the cliff faces and wonder about how these things, symbols, and trail systems were created. It would almost make you think these people were super-human, but, they were just like this. The human condition is capable of much more than most will ever realize.

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DM 1939 SEP. Death Valley Natural Bridge. This is one of the most splendid and thoughtful works I have seen. Symbols, signs, and more symbols and signs -as if they were symbol constellations.

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DM 1940 MAR. Durmid Sandstone near Lake Cahuila. Notice the man standing on top? Can you see the sacred symbol?

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DM 1940 1 JAN. Eagle Falls. Quite a lovely site or sight? The sacred symbol here is obvious.

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DM 1940 01 JAN. Notice the five-point star bottom center left? This is the first time I believe I have seen this symbol in this form. What I did find interesting is the use of REVERSE.

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DM 1940 Echo Arch Utah. Of all the layouts I have seen, I found the ANGEL in this one. Behold the beautiful wonder. Can you see the ANGEL? Absolutely amazing!

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DM 1939 12 DEC. Emery Falls. This is actually a better way to look at this as I believe this is closer to the right perspective to view the signs and the symbols. If you know what to look for, I believe this speaks in and of itself.

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DM 1938 DEC 1 Enchanted Mesa 1. This has an interesting play of light and dark about it. Due to the scale, I have placed dots in areas of symbol work. There are also a few more hidden. Can you see them?

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DM Enchanted Mesa 2 1938 DEC 1. Have you ever seen a winged-lion? A Sacred-Heart? Many are the symbols hidden here. Make your heart white as snow and you shall see them.

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DM 1947 07 July. Father Escalante 1776 Steps. Now, it was said that these were used simply to help the horses down, but, can you see the other steps? The Spanish were wise and were doing more than trail making.

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DM 1940 OCT 1 Forgotten Oasis Eagle Mt. Has anyone see a huge dog around here? Or perhaps my little hummingbird?

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DM 1940 10 OCT 2. The placements here were a tad strange, but once the symbols lit up, it was rather intriguing. And what is that strange artifact there by the base of the tree?

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DM 1945 02 FEB Granite Dells Joshua Tree. I spy said the sight to eye.

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DM 1938 O6 Hidden Valley. Can you see the influence here?

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DM 1939 DEC 1 Lake Mead Grand Canyon. Makes you wonder, doesn't it. To what ends will men really go? I'm not sure, but apparently they went pretty far.

DM 1945 02 Lost Dutch-Man Superstition. Here is part of the reason I know that what is to be found hasn't been found to this date.

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DM 1939 12 DEC Menagerie

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DM 1940 April Mineral Trail Death Valley

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DM 1940 10 OCT. Monsen Canyon. I have a good idea who made it. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1938 10 Monument Peak California.

DM 1938 02 02 Monument Peak Parker Arizona.

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DM 1949 11 NOV. Mortero Palm Canyon Dos Cabezas.

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DM 1938 OCT 10. Navajo Falls Havasupai Canyon. Sacred Symbol once again. Lovely. I wonder what is behind those falls?

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DM 1939 MAY. Palm Canyon. Hey, what's that thing sticking out of the top of the tree? Hey, what are those numbers side-ways on that rock over there? Do you know how I found them?

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DM 1945 03 MAR. Peralta. Anyone off to see the wizard? I did. I saw him, a shrine, and a few other things too. Can you?

DM 1945 04 Peralta mapped from Needle Canyon. I betcha Kenworthy wished he would have had this when he was searching (30+ years earlier too). Just think, I don't even have one Spanish document to my name. I emailed the Vatican, no response. Great Britain, no response. Mexico, they said I would need a pass and to bring my own gloves to handle documents. Emailed the Society of Jesus, they had no clue what I was talking about. So hard to find good information these days. Leave it to good ol Desert Magazine.

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DM 1945 03 MAR. Peralta Trails. Wonder how many people actually saw this?

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DM Rainbow Bridge 1945 05 May

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DM 1947. Rock bird up close. See, the stone work is lovely, but, sometimes they also have information upon them as well. A trail within a trail you might say. Can you read what it says?

DM 1940 10 OCT. Birds and a Lion oh my!

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DM San Juan Bluff City Utah. Pretty huge stuff here. Can you see them?

DM 1945 04 April. Separation Creek. Charles Billiter 2012-13

DM 1940 08 Los Angeles Tahquitz Rock.

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DM 1939 11 NOV. White Mountain Mojave. Anyone seen the cone-headed man? I seem to run into him almost everywhere.

DM 1939 DEC. Wishing Well Cove

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DM 1938 01 Southern Arizona. Think he can see the symbol at his feet? Or, how about the metal on the ground in the left corner. Beautiful Cactus.

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DM 1978 10 Santa Fe New Mexico What is the Sacred Symbol, sign, or form that I referred to within these notes? Look no further than the architecture in this structure. Much literature including that of Charles Kenworthy speaks of 'shrines' having a top circular arch and shape. Based off of what I have observed, this is not always the case. In addition, it seems some of the mines have this shape -including caves and signs. The swans I have found were the same as the ones found in the chapels constructed by Kino along with many of the signs ,symbols, and carvings found in the pictures collected here. From time to time, a few of the pictures have symbolism that is closely related to the Jesuit, Masons, the Illuminati, and influence from the ancient middle east and Europe. Once again, I must state that much of the conclusions I have arrived at come from observation for the most part, and I have no absolute or definitive proof that I feel can fully validate what I have discovered. I do encourage you to do your own research and find what conclusions work for you.

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Can you guess what's here? It's to bad many off the symbols were defaced. Or were they? Look at ol' Abe's hair. Someone was entirely cleaver in blending existing signs and symbols with the sculpture of the Presidents. Perhaps the answers are more clear than you think. But, it does tell me that the creator had to know, for there was no way not to know, and two, why the huge cover-up? I must also state that I feel Kenworthy, Mary Carson, and information provided by others is still relevant to some degree. However, I have found small discrepancies that lead me to question their information. Although, with an area such as this, I doubt anyone will ever find the answers that completely speak for these wonders. I also respect all Native Amerindian tribes and cultures, but I do not agree that some signs and symbols within their cultures originated with them. Hopefully, this information will add to this area of mystery and shine some light upon these locations and what they hold. If you have any information that you feel is extremely important, relevant, and you can provide some form of proof or documentation, I may be delighted to hear what you have to say. It seems at times, the truth is always stranger than fiction.

THE END.....(for now)

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