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« on: December 24, 2018, 02:21:09 pm »
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So I am the researcher that has cracked the mystery behind the Beale Papers.

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I was working through the ciphers when I began to reread through the text of the pamphlet, to see if there was any clue to the encoding methods, or if there was a sort of hidden wording concealing a message of some sort.

The cover showed immediately some sort of numerical encoding was hinted at in the use of the name J B Ward, who was a famous cartographer and made maps and mileage charts for the Confederacy.  So I figured that the numbers immediately were mileages of some sort to a location.  I also knew that they were a certain distance from Santa Fe, and were mining Gold and Silver.  The only place that is known to have large supplies of Gold and Silver at that time was in the Superstitions.  The one place that held a "Perilous Enterprise" in the outback of the new territories at a time of conflict between the Natives, the Spanish, and the KGC/Confederate Vs Union battles.

When I looked into the locations where their entourage of 30 would have traveled, it seemed to point to a location that was specifically 300 miles from Santa Fe, not 250.....where a series of stone maps were found to hold a fabled tale of 18 mines, one of them was later suspected to be the Lost Dutchman.  There in the valley near Phoenix in a place called Massacre Grounds, a mass grave was found to hold exactly 30 bodies, without any identifying traits that they could find due to decay other than the fact one had a gold tooth.

I knew then that I had found the missing Beale Mining Party of 30 men, and the maps that were left behind to show their locations to whoever came looking from them, from the messages left in the Beale.  The Beale would get you to the Valley, and the story of the dead men would lead you onto the maps.

At the bottom of these maps that were later found nearby the grave, a single code was found at the bottom of one of the stones: 2 = 3 - (O) - 18 = 7

The (O) was a mine symbol from older Spanish mining operations, and there were at least three words written on the stones that were out of place. One was ESTA BEREDA ES MUY Peligroza, spelled with the rest in caps to alert to the word PELIGROZA as a clue.....which means Perilous.

From these translated phrases you learn there is a sort of operation going on that was later called The Peralta Land Grab. Conducted by James Reavis under the employ of Rockefeller and Morgan, who were filling their banks with gold stolen from Native Territories to try to form a sort of cabal that had huge ramifications politically in the area.  It was the first time someone had tried to claim ownership of a whole valley due to a forged land claim that was invented by this clerk under their employ.  He held an office in St. Louis as shown in the Beale as well, and was dedicated to forging documents through his office that were even found in US Federal Offices at the time.  They had to send agents to Spain to verify the claim at the time, before discovering the illegality of the Perilous Enterprise that they had set up under the guise of building Irrigation Dams and other projects to lease land, mining claims, and water rights to the settlers that were already owners of the property before they tried to create this scam.

When I looked in the wording of the Beale, one paragraph showed the men in preparation to leave for their trip. They said that they left on a 2 yr contract, in the 3rd month of March, to mine for 18 months or more, returning for a their second trip for 7 months.  They never got to the 3rd deposit as they were massacred on the way out.  The story immediately turns to blame the Natives, but that cannot be said as the pamphlet was written before they were killed.  The pamphlet was used to be dropped to trigger the search for the men, and to start a war against the Natives when they found the massacred miners.  Unfortunately it never worked out that way and after their operations were done there, as the investigators were close to catching their ringleader, James Reavis, they killed their men and escaped with their gold, leaving a loosely bound tale for their relatives to pick up on in the pamphlet, with a highly advanced method of hiding the actual locations hidden for only the members of their order to find in the mapping clues.

A short video can be found here that I did with a local radio station in Yuma.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNfZCQQFCvI" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNfZCQQFCvI</a>

Pretty cool as it covers a lot of the bases with graphics and makes the different codes stand out with discussion of each and its use. 

The maps are the best part for sure as they lead from the mines back to the cache locations in Virginia....

Amazing stuff.













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« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2019, 11:06:22 am »
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anyone actually believe this guy.

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ng moron. Why isn't he banned?
{alt} Keep that kind of talk for when you are at home

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