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« on: March 27, 2015, 08:24:42 pm »
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I have read the Peralta Forum postings and there seems to be many unanswered questions about the Stone Maps on display at the Superstition Mountain Museum. Most of these questions have been previously answered with facts as available and opinions when no facts are presented.

As an example:
Yes the Maps are real (at least the two red maps)
They were carved in Arizpe, Sonora by Jesuit Priests
They were found by Pegleg Tumlinson

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