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« Reply #140 on: September 28, 2010, 09:52:45 am »
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Hi Everyone

What I still want to know is why are there still people trying to tell us that they can see buried treasure from 300 meters (for some more) yet I still have to see treasure that has been found? and why are they on this forum trying to convince us and not out there getting rich ? Because it's all a load of rubbish it dose not work and never will. I posted a link I think that it's on page 9 with loads of info on digital photography and auroras.

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« Reply #141 on: September 28, 2010, 10:18:12 am »
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as PT Barum said"theres a sucker born every minute"

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« Reply #142 on: September 28, 2010, 12:37:16 pm »
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Y'know..... I think I might start making and selling "LrL's" and weirdy filters for digicams....
Trouble is...... I have a conscience....  Undecided Undecided

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« Reply #143 on: September 28, 2010, 01:12:57 pm »
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Hello Tim,

If you are hitting a dead end with your camera--box it up and send it to me---I will need three batteries--as I will be taking photos with it from daybreak to dusk.  Send three to four computer ( memory ) chips as I will use a different chip for each site.  I hope you have the blue SD chips that I can put into my computer to down load and look at the images--if I have to use a cable--include the cable and the instructions for the camera.

what I will do is take your camera out in the field--and photograph a variety of sites from virgin cache sites to gold and silver mine sites--and use your camera enough so that I understand how to achieve the best performance on your camera.

Then I will return it in 90 days or less--and tell you how I achieved the best results--and you will have some images to work with on your computer ( SD ) chips.   I will use a different memory chip for each type
of images--( lights, treasure auras, ect I am trying to photography.

Tim, I know you are serious since you have worked at this awhile--and you have gone to the trouble of making a test plot ( as I have done ).  If for some reason I can not get your camera to work--you will at least get a consolation prize of some excellent Spanish Markers and photos of gold and silver mines.

You have my personal e-mail if you need my mailing address.

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« Reply #144 on: September 29, 2010, 01:16:07 am »
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Hello Tim,

If you are hitting a dead end with your camera--box it up and send it to me---I will need three batteries--as I will be taking photos with it from daybreak to dusk.  Send three to four computer ( memory ) chips as I will use a different chip for each site.  I hope you have the blue SD chips that I can put into my computer to down load and look at the images--if I have to use a cable--include the cable and the instructions for the camera.

what I will do is take your camera out in the field--and photograph a variety of sites from virgin cache sites to gold and silver mine sites--and use your camera enough so that I understand how to achieve the best performance on your camera.

Then I will return it in 90 days or less--and tell you how I achieved the best results--and you will have some images to work with on your computer ( SD ) chips.   I will use a different memory chip for each type
of images--( lights, treasure auras, ect I am trying to photography.

Tim, I know you are serious since you have worked at this awhile--and you have gone to the trouble of making a test plot ( as I have done ).  If for some reason I can not get your camera to work--you will at least get a consolation prize of some excellent Spanish Markers and photos of gold and silver mines.

You have my personal e-mail if you need my mailing address.

Barton                   bartonthom@yahoo.com


Good grief! How blatant can you get? There is NO chance of this working. Are you trying to get this guy to send you his camera for real? You've got all of 8 posts and nobody knows who you are. Do not ever ask this kind of thing again or you will receive an official warning. I mean that.

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« Reply #145 on: September 29, 2010, 06:01:33 am »
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Don't be to hard on him GoldDigger. Barton thanks for the offer but I will be out west soon and plan on taking a few shots of gold and silver mines.

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« Reply #146 on: September 29, 2010, 06:10:11 am »
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Don't be to hard on him GoldDigger. Barton thanks for the offer but I will be out west soon and plan on taking a few shots of gold and silver mines.

Tim


Tim, I'm sorry to sound harsh but there are a few dishonest people out there. Some of them even manage to sneak in here now and again. While I absolutely do not believe in dowsing or long range scanners (detectors/locators), your right to discuss them without fear of being defrauded is something we moderators take seriously. I might try and take the air out of your balloon but never the money from your pocket.

Unless you want me to forward this nice letter I got today from a Nigerian lawyer?

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« Reply #147 on: September 29, 2010, 06:51:22 am »
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What are you talking about? Pictures or lrl's? What letter?

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« Reply #148 on: September 29, 2010, 08:24:27 am »
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Hey Golddigger, wait a minute. that's my inheritance. 

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« Reply #149 on: September 29, 2010, 08:44:46 am »
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Well Gold digger it is nice to see such an open and inquisitive mind.

I realize YOU KNOW that taking photos of treasure lights / treasure auras will never lead to the recovery of any treasure.  Probably nothing will ever change your mind.

Certainly in looking at the posting--I would say about 3/4 or 75 % of the posters here are in complete agreement with you.

I believe the first picture of a treasure aura; seen by thousands of people, and taken with a camera was published about 1995  by Louis Matacia.  If you asked Louis Matacia I believe he would have 30,000 reasons in gold and silver why it does in fact work in some circumstances.

I believe any reader who searches the internet can easily locate the pictures of the 8 Reals located by Real de Tayopa.  He was visually seeing a Treasure Aura.  His share of the recovery was 200 pounds, or one mule load of 8 Reales.

In my personal collection of photos I have pictures of the treasure auras caught on camera, shooting over the tops of trees, coming out of the sides of mountains and shooting up out of the ground--the camera was pointed at the ground--no flash--digital camera--and the beam of light could be easily seen shooting up out of the ground.  I have taken photos of the treasure aura--while walking--and the poition of the treasure aura remained fixed--while my angle to the colored light was constantly changing as I walked.

David Varilliea ( excuse my poor spelling ) has posted a film on U-tupe showing his photographing the treasure aura--and then digging up four gold coins from his test plot.  It is available for any one with an inquisitive mind to see / view.

If offering to help some one is a crime; I am as guilty as sin.
It is a shame as treasure hunters we can not work togeather and coperate and help each other out.
If people coperated and worked togeather--and a understand of this could be figured out it has the potential to open up and allow hundreds of individuals to recover caches they outhewise would have never found.

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