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Offline Wyatt WestwoodTopic starter
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« on: February 09, 2009, 01:45:39 pm »
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Gentleman, Ladies and fellow Treasure or Holy Grail Seekers,



Please feel free to give your take on this stone carved raised relief Grail Sign.

Ive been Treasure Hunting part time since about 1980 and my specialty is Free Mason treasure and early exploration of this land.

Ask me any questions and I will give you as honest an explanation as possible without giving away to much of my hard forged information. I can tell you from my own personal experience that there was a lot of Free Mason activity in the old Gold Mining districts around Southern Arizona.

Some of what Ive found and know to be true may seem to be far fetched or way out there on the fringes of known science. It seemed that way to me in the very beginning of my Quest until I proved it to myself and others around me that were extremely skeptical.

I started my Quest at the local State Museum and Historical archives in Southern Arizona, probably where many of you may have started your own searches for historical places to metal detect.
Using known Treasure Hunting books with information about Treasure Signs and symbols I talked with and listened to other older more experienced Treasure Hunters very carefully.  With a very open mind I began my search for answers to see if I  could find out the secrets and clues the Free Mason's had left behind.

Hard work paid off and soon I had discovered my first real Treasure Site!

Each Knights Templar Treasure site that Ive discovered has been set up as a Christian Temple. Each site has a Knight that guards the door to the Mine or Treasure rooms and each site has a labyrinth of stone and plants along with large on site fabricated dead fall Death Traps to keep any would be Treasure Seekers away from it's dark deadly secrets.

The Knights Templar were here leaving behind vast Treasures of Gold and Artifacts that may change the world of Archaeology as its known today.

Its a one man historical search for the Holy Grail of knowledge and the Ark of intellect.

Come join me in my search to help uncover the undiscovered, undocumented history of the free Mason's and Knights Templar Treasures right here in the good old American Southwest!

Best of luck to all Treasure Hunters and be safe out there,




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