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The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
07-03-2018, 06:22 PM,
#1
The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
Pg 160 Spanish artifacts
Ivory needle imported from China
1/2 real struck between 1702 and 1731 during reign of Philip V of Spain
Figure of a man - no idea what is is but think it’s a good one (pictured bottom row second from right)

[Image: a251815af43adc73bbee1e806f133553.jpg]

Pg 167- shelled corn and lye, boiling water, hohosi tea, Sita (Hopi tea)

Pg 172- flutes
Whistles were used to call wild turkeys

Pg 179- serious medicine
Secured objects in a ziploc bag
Found white bear— geological background— as soil and water mixed in karst region, it formed a weak acid that dripped underground to form calcite stalagmites or stalactites.
Almost all tribes have a story about a supernatural bear that has a heart of ice that turns to stone

Pg 184- Chinese silk ribbon

Soon after he mentions Chinese ribbon, he mentions the quote from the Chinese MoC in the most recent six questions:

Pg 189- “It seems that the tree grows slowly, so the earth must be patient.”

Pg 190- hilltop shrine - always has petrified wood

Pg 191- kiva poles
The juniper post was anchored in a two feet deep hole, which was about as deep as a person could reach to remove dirt. (How deep is a hole?)

[Image: d1c6acfcb95af8f62a43716441a12d3a.jpg]

A sample of a post was sent to tree ring research at university of arizona

The kiva was eventually used as a trash pit

Pg 196 notes the post as cedar? Also talks of round adobe plug hiding ritual items. Area just below plug looks like pi

[Image: a73cd1336573868ce51f77e1717e89a4.jpg]

[Image: 605a774fd1b9eda50e0cf142b0c5f769.jpg]

Pg 202- use of the word “aberration”

[Image: b2e219915f1655a344244d5ed59e4db3.jpg]

[Image: b9517b6e5da903a2a5f4ddebc1936b2a.jpg]

Pg 203– when they were about to open the secret “door”
“...I suddenly knew how Richard Wetherill must have felt the first time he climbed down the rock cliffs, in 1888, and into the ruins of Mesa Verde.”

Pg 204- “secreted inside”

Pg 209 morning star design— has four points

Pg 212- dragonflies were special to the Tewa and were a symbol of the nepokwaii kachina, which is a kokopelli that will either seduce a young woman or make her a pair of bridal moccasins.

Pg 217- it wasn’t unusual to see an X carved in fibrolite axes

Pg 221- my old friend from Taos Pueblo, Joseph sunhawk, who cut teepee poles for a living, said that when he had a muscle ache, his wife would throw a floor polisher in hot water and then iron the inflamed area to relieve pain.

Pg 222- prehistoric under historic (old and new)

Pg 223- Those who erected the stone house above probably did not know they were building above a garbage dump.

Pg 249- terraced pottery represents stairs to the clouds

Pg 255- refers to daisies as days eyes

Pg 257 our hope is that a millinium from now, when the last secret of san Lazaro has been revealed and it’s final mystery has been solved , our work will still be considered important.

Pg 259- Spaniards named San Lazaro Ximena

Pg 266– odd looking fingers



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07-03-2018, 08:19 PM,
#2
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
(07-03-2018, 06:22 PM)Mindy Wrote: Pg 160 Spanish artifacts
Ivory needle imported from China
1/2 real struck between 1702 and 1731 during reign of Philip V of Spain
Figure of a man - no idea what is is but think it’s a good one (pictured bottom row second from right)

[Image: a251815af43adc73bbee1e806f133553.jpg]

Pg 167- shelled corn and lye, boiling water, hohosi tea, Sita (Hopi tea)

Pg 172- flutes
Whistles were used to call wild turkeys

Pg 179- serious medicine
Secured objects in a ziploc bag
Found white bear— geological background— as soil and water mixed in karst region, it formed a weak acid that dripped underground to form calcite stalagmites or stalactites.
Almost all tribes have a story about a supernatural bear that has a heart of ice that turns to stone

Pg 184- Chinese silk ribbon

Soon after he mentions Chinese ribbon, he mentions the quote from the Chinese MoC in the most recent six questions:

Pg 189- “It seems that the tree grows slowly, so the earth must be patient.”

Pg 190- hilltop shrine - always has petrified wood

Pg 191- kiva poles
The juniper post was anchored in a two feet deep hole, which was about as deep as a person could reach to remove dirt. (How deep is a hole?)

[Image: d1c6acfcb95af8f62a43716441a12d3a.jpg]

A sample of a post was sent to tree ring research at university of arizona

The kiva was eventually used as a trash pit

Pg 196 notes the post as cedar? Also talks of round adobe plug hiding ritual items. Area just below plug looks like pi

[Image: a73cd1336573868ce51f77e1717e89a4.jpg]

[Image: 605a774fd1b9eda50e0cf142b0c5f769.jpg]

Pg 202- use of the word “aberration”

[Image: b2e219915f1655a344244d5ed59e4db3.jpg]

[Image: b9517b6e5da903a2a5f4ddebc1936b2a.jpg]

Pg 203– when they were about to open the secret “door”
“...I suddenly knew how Richard Wetherill must have felt the first time he climbed down the rock cliffs, in 1888, and into the ruins of Mesa Verde.”

Pg 204- “secreted inside”

Pg 209 morning star design— has four points

Pg 212- dragonflies were special to the Tewa and were a symbol of the nepokwaii kachina, which is a kokopelli that will either seduce a young woman or make her a pair of bridal moccasins.

Pg 217- it wasn’t unusual to see an X carved in fibrolite axes

Pg 221- my old friend from Taos Pueblo, Joseph sunhawk, who cut teepee poles for a living, said that when he had a muscle ache, his wife would throw a floor polisher in hot water and then iron the inflamed area to relieve pain.

Pg 222- prehistoric under historic (old and new)

Pg 223- Those who erected the stone house above probably did not know they were building above a garbage dump.

Pg 249- terraced pottery represents stairs to the clouds

Pg 255- refers to daisies as days eyes

Pg 257 our hope is that a millinium from now, when the last secret of san Lazaro has been revealed and it’s final mystery has been solved , our work will still be considered important.

Pg 259- Spaniards named San Lazaro Ximena

Pg 266– odd looking fingers



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07-03-2018, 09:29 PM,
#3
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
(07-03-2018, 06:22 PM)Mindy Wrote: Pg 160 Spanish artifacts
Ivory needle imported from China
1/2 real struck between 1702 and 1731 during reign of Philip V of Spain
Figure of a man - no idea what is is but think it’s a good one (pictured bottom row second from right)

[Image: a251815af43adc73bbee1e806f133553.jpg]

Pg 167- shelled corn and lye, boiling water, hohosi tea, Sita (Hopi tea)

Pg 172- flutes
Whistles were used to call wild turkeys

Pg 179- serious medicine
Secured objects in a ziploc bag
Found white bear— geological background— as soil and water mixed in karst region, it formed a weak acid that dripped underground to form calcite stalagmites or stalactites.
Almost all tribes have a story about a supernatural bear that has a heart of ice that turns to stone

Pg 184- Chinese silk ribbon

Soon after he mentions Chinese ribbon, he mentions the quote from the Chinese MoC in the most recent six questions:

Pg 189- “It seems that the tree grows slowly, so the earth must be patient.”

Pg 190- hilltop shrine - always has petrified wood

Pg 191- kiva poles
The juniper post was anchored in a two feet deep hole, which was about as deep as a person could reach to remove dirt. (How deep is a hole?)

[Image: d1c6acfcb95af8f62a43716441a12d3a.jpg]

A sample of a post was sent to tree ring research at university of arizona

The kiva was eventually used as a trash pit

Pg 196 notes the post as cedar? Also talks of round adobe plug hiding ritual items. Area just below plug looks like pi

[Image: a73cd1336573868ce51f77e1717e89a4.jpg]

[Image: 605a774fd1b9eda50e0cf142b0c5f769.jpg]

Pg 202- use of the word “aberration”

[Image: b2e219915f1655a344244d5ed59e4db3.jpg]

[Image: b9517b6e5da903a2a5f4ddebc1936b2a.jpg]

Pg 203– when they were about to open the secret “door”
“...I suddenly knew how Richard Wetherill must have felt the first time he climbed down the rock cliffs, in 1888, and into the ruins of Mesa Verde.”

Pg 204- “secreted inside”

Pg 209 morning star design— has four points

Pg 212- dragonflies were special to the Tewa and were a symbol of the nepokwaii kachina, which is a kokopelli that will either seduce a young woman or make her a pair of bridal moccasins.

Pg 217- it wasn’t unusual to see an X carved in fibrolite axes

Pg 221- my old friend from Taos Pueblo, Joseph sunhawk, who cut teepee poles for a living, said that when he had a muscle ache, his wife would throw a floor polisher in hot water and then iron the inflamed area to relieve pain.

Pg 222- prehistoric under historic (old and new)

Pg 223- Those who erected the stone house above probably did not know they were building above a garbage dump.

Pg 249- terraced pottery represents stairs to the clouds

Pg 255- refers to daisies as days eyes

Pg 257 our hope is that a millinium from now, when the last secret of san Lazaro has been revealed and it’s final mystery has been solved , our work will still be considered important.

Pg 259- Spaniards named San Lazaro Ximena

Pg 266– odd looking fingers



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So the TC is siting at San lazaro in a cold room.

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07-03-2018, 11:22 PM,
#4
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
It was on the alter. You'd look up and see the moon or sun and the light coming through was the blaze. Forrest shows the chest as a black square on the alter in the book. The trick people didn't realize is north doesn't stop. The big picture is that it goes around the earth. He recently came out saying it's between Santa Fe and Canada but it wasn't when it was hidden. I believe he was going to have it rehiddin in the Yellowstone area and found while in front of reporters because he can't have it found at San Lazaro because of my emails with him over the years about San Lazaro. I told some people this and I'm sure that foiled the plan. By the way....IN the rocky mountain (medicine rock) he calls it the belly....his gut feeling. The scorched by fire....they had a fire at the entrance when the "braves" would come up through.
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07-04-2018, 03:49 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-04-2018, 04:12 AM by DeeepThnkr.)
#5
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
None of this Lazaro stuff is anywhere near as elegant and solid of a solution than the one I have. Poem, map(90%) book hints and other writings hints(10%). You have read my clues over the years, what you haven't read is the firestorm of PM's from intelligent searchers that I have received over the

Last year. Not one hint you or Mindy or anyone touting San Lazaro is as good, simple and poem based as my worst clue. Plz if any serious searchers are listening to this, it's a ruse, probably part of the game, like the whole harassment drama. Big pitcher it folks. sB 188 he quotes Paige errantly "if I don't know"

Vs "if you don't know" is simple hint to line 24- "I" give "u/you" title, what I have always said about the clues is true and soon you will see. Au gold, I=A, a gave u title... Simple, listen=L is ten/X, simple; your pH for t, pH=t simple. For all = 4-4 or tie, as in sew/so, simple. Brave in the wood= pitcher and maze.

Poem then map. The clues come from applying the above info to the map location. You must have stanza 1 solved to get your title/small area. Then start at stanza 2. Sb188 has at my last count, over 6 hints to an area the size of a city block or two.

Or you can think he is shuffling the chest around looking for a Fenn replacement to find it. Besides, no man is stupid enough to waste the years of another's life over a hoax, that could be dangerous to him and his family. There are crazy people out there. Any who, poem and a map was almost all needed
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07-04-2018, 05:56 AM,
#6
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
How many wwwh did he say are north of santa Fe? That should tell you alone my solve was correct, because it included all around the world.
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07-04-2018, 10:44 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-04-2018, 10:49 AM by DeeepThnkr.)
#7
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
I don't discount your theory about a point on the globe being north of any point on the globe. It's sound reasoning and matches the type of twist usually involved in a meta treasure hunt. It's the lack of other supporting material from poem to that area.

I also like "IN" the rocky mountains. But describe, if your willing, how poem and nine clues took you there? Keep in mind I have been in your exact foot prints in Chama rail station, so I get your thoughts. I was the one who climbed up and into the water tower there, with my shuttle driver in tow.
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07-04-2018, 12:40 PM,
#8
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
Wwwh the bathtub
Canyon down is into the tunnel
Not far but too far to walk...into the past
HoB the Tewa are considered the Brown people.
No place for the meek you're in the dark and it's the alter..a religious spot.
Heavy loads... under the rocks and dirt
Water high..rain comes from above
Blaze is the light from above you

There's more, but this is the gist of it.

All contiguous
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07-04-2018, 12:53 PM,
#9
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
I disagree. I believe he chose the finder he would allow to get it and that doesn't seem like fair play to me at all.
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07-04-2018, 01:19 PM,
#10
RE: The Secrets of San Lazaro Part 2
(07-04-2018, 12:40 PM)admin Wrote: Wwwh the bathtub
Canyon down is into the tunnel
Not far but too far to walk...into the past
HoB the Tewa are considered the Brown people.
No place for the meek you're in the dark and it's the alter..a religious spot.
Heavy loads... under the rocks and dirt
Water high..rain comes from above
Blaze is the light from above you

There's more, but this is the gist of it.

All contiguous
I like that admin never thought of that.

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