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Figure 135 Second Scan of site [1]: the Cave of Gold The second time we scanned the area around the Cave of Gold entrance, it was very wet. The first scan was in November 2012, and the soil was dry. But in the second scan, the soil was ...

Author: Robert L. and Lynda R. Kesselring

Publisher: LULU

ISBN: 9781483405353

Category: History

Page: 155

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Reading Peralta Maps: Volume 2: The Latin Heart continues the journey that began in the previous volume of this series, which revealed the signs leading to the treasure of the Church of Santa Fe. Now authors Robert L. and Lynda R. Kesselring discuss how the maps, particularly the Latin Heart Map, enabled them to find the site of the Peralta battle, where the family had hidden their thirty-one caches of bullion as well as what may be the Lost Dutchman Mine. This volume shares the Kesselrings' scientific analysis and interpretation and shows the physical evidence that supports their claim. While providing insight into historical lore and legend, Reading Peralta Maps: Volume 2: The Latin Heart reveals the location of a cache in the Superstition Mountains and shows the underground images of bullion bars. Including GPS directions, this guide reveals the location of the sites for visitation.

31:3 But, O Adam, put these by you in the cave; the gold that it may shed light over you by night; the incense, that you smell its sweet savor; and the myrrh, to comfort you in your sorrow." 31:4 When Adam heard these words from God, ...

Author: Apostle Arne


ISBN: 9781326262853

Category: Religion

Page: 312

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The Biblical apocrypha (from the Greek ἀπόκρυφος, apókruphos, meaning "hidden") denotes the collection of ancient books found, in some editions of the Bible, in a separate section between the Old and New Testaments or as an appendix after the New Testament.
2015-04-30 By Apostle Arne

Finding himself thus alone, the man arose, gathered all the gold he could carry and returned to his old home, and, with the gold ... Here they disputed as to whether they should place the man in the cave of silver, or the cave of gold.

Author: Anon E. Mouse

Publisher: Abela Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781910882856

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 142

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The 48 Folk-Tales in this book hail from the South East Asian land-locked country of Laos. Herein are stories like The Enchanted Mountain, The Spirit-Guarded Cave, The Monkeys and the Crabs, The Origin of Lightning (a tale which seems to be endemic amongst all the world’s cultures,) The Faithful Husband, The Cheating Priest and many more children’s stories which cover Romance and Tragedy, Temples and Priests, Moderation and Greed, Parables and Proverbs and The Wonders of Wisdom. There is also a small collection of Stories which went Astray. When these were first gathered by Katherine Neville Fleeson, the country was a part of the kingdom of Siam, and are uniquely South East Asian in their charm and complete novelty. Until the translator of this volume collected these stories, they were even unwritten, with a single exception which was found in an ancient Laos manuscript. They are, and have been, orally preserved in the provinces which constitute the Laos country, just as they have been handed down from generation to generation, with slight variations in words or incidents. In older times, village elders would tell the stories at their merrymakings around the camp-fires and within their primitive houses, to amuse and instruct the youth and children. However, with the advent of the electronic age, this tradition is being lost, and the more the pity for it. To the Scholar, who is a student of the world's Folk-Lore, you may be assured that you have here a small window in history with the tales of Laos, unobscured, just as they were told when this volume was published in 1899.
2017-01-28 By Anon E. Mouse

Open sesame!” The rock opened, and Ali Baba went inside. The cave was dark, but in the distance Ali Baba saw a soft glow. He walked and walked and came to a room. The room was full of gold and jewels. out again. Their sacks were empty.

Author: Gençağa GÜNER

Publisher: EpEnglish


Category: Education

Page: 727

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3 Kitap + İngilizce Kartları bir arada + Kolay ve Pratik İngilizce (Yeni) 389 Sayfa 71 Konu - Tüm İngilizce Konuları ve Pratik İngilizce Alıştırmaları ile birlikte. + Read Me Yardımcı Kitabı 220 Sayfa Okuma Parçaları + Şiirler (Hem Türkçe Hem İngilizce) + Testler + Alıştırmalar + Oyunlar + Kolay ve Pratik İngilizceLite -Özet Bilgilerle Pratik İngilizce 96 Sayfa Günlük Hayatta Restoranda, Otelde, Otobüste Karşılaşabileceğimiz İngilizce İfadeler ve Cevapları + Pratik İngilizce Kartları (Kartlar Çıktı Alınıp Kesilebilir) 22 Sayfa 110 Kart Toplam : 727 Sayfa bir arada.

CAVE CREEK DISTRICT Location : East flank of the New River Mountains , north of Paradise Valley , Tps . 6 and 7 N. ... The placers are probably located along Cave Creek in the vicinity of the Maricopa and Phoenix gold mines ( secs .



ISBN: UOM:39015046539634

Category: Geology

Page: 350

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Adam and Eve make themselves more comfortable in the Cave of Treasures. 1 After this had happened, God said to Adam, "You asked me for something from the ... 3 "But, Adam, put these by you in the cave, the gold to shed light over you ...

Author: Dr. E. Hammond

Publisher: Premier House Press


Category: Religion


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There were no sign of the cave being entered. The soldiers didn't find the cave. Captain Arman unlocked the door to the cave. As the cave was lit by the rays of sunlight the glitters of gold and diamonds filled the cave.

Author: Mohamad Rajab Darhaman

Publisher: Partridge Publishing Singapore

ISBN: 9781482826777

Category: Fiction

Page: 199

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Captain Arman built his domain on a picturesque island near Santubong which was named Arman Island. It became the lifeblood of the small pirates community. The developing township was a buzzing centre for the pirates community. It was a community complete with daily chores like any other communities. They had their own set of laws like marriage, buying and selling goods. It was a thriving centre for the pirates activities. It became well known in the Malay Archipelago. Captain Arman continued his conquests on foreign merchant ships passing by Arman Island. He was very successful at what he was doing. He became a threat to the Sarawak Sultanate. It was because of that he was constantly being pursued by Sultan Ali and the British. But it didnt dither him from his advancement to achieve his dreams. Arman Island was close by Kuching town, a capital of the Sarawak Sultanate. Captain Arman was fortunate to tie the knot with the youngest princess of the Sarawak Sultanate, Princess Diana. They raised a family and lived happily. Captain Arman and Princess Diana were blessed with two sons and a daughter. Everything went well until Sultan Ali sent his army and the British army to destroy the settlement on Arman Island. After the island was attacked, the pirates settlement was completely demolished. What happened after that remains a question. Could it be a catastrophe or a turning point?
2014-09-04 By Mohamad Rajab Darhaman

as the dusk began to blur the edges of the world. 'An hour, less, perhaps. We will reach the cave, and then we will sleep for the night. In the morning you will go inside. You can bring out as much gold as you can carry, ...

Author: Neil Gaiman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472217707

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

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In Trigger Warning, global phenomenon and Sunday Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman returns to dazzle, captivate, haunt, and entertain with this third collection of short fiction, which includes a Doctor Who adventure, the David Bowie-inspired The Return of the Thin White Duke and a never-before published American Gods story, Black Dog. The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains was serialised on BBC Radio 4's Book at Bedtime in November 2015. 'We are all wearing masks. That is what makes us interesting. These are stories about those masks, and the people we are underneath them.' Neil Gaiman, writing from a cabin in the dark woods. Make sure you secure your own mask before reading. Before being transported to worlds filled with witches, watchers and big black bees, with deathless Kin and pirate girls, with things that prowl in the darkness beyond the circle fire, to find the Shadder lurking at your journey's end. But then what happens? There's always something waiting for you. There's always more. Just keep turning the pages. 'We each have our little triggers.' Literary alchemy from 'a writer of rare perception and endless imagination' (William Gibson), TRIGGER WARNING is a cornucopia of storytelling: horror and ghost stories, science fiction and fairy tales, fabulism and poetry. It will open your eyes to the inexhaustible supply of darkness around you, the magic and the monsters, the myths and the miracles, and to finding truths in the most extraordinary of places.
2015-02-03 By Neil Gaiman

Spanish Gold Cave Near where Independence Creek joins the Pecos River, there was a legend that Spaniards hid gold in a cave. Indians chased the Spaniards away. The Spaniards never returned for their gold. A Mexican reportedly found the ...

Author: W. Craig Gaines

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781467151542

Category: History

Page: 192

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Track pirate gold and misplaced riches across 168 counties in this comprehensive guide to the lost treasures of Texas. Countless fortunes have disappeared into the vast expanse of the Lone Star State. The history of the coast is cluttered with shipwrecks like that of the 1554 Spanish fleet. Even when pirates such as Jean Laffite managed to get their ill-gotten gains ashore, their loot vanished just as completely as if it had sunk beneath the waves. Entire mines, including the ventures of Jim Bowie and San Saba Presidio, have been reclaimed by the earth. The unmarked caches of bandits like Jesse James and Pancho Villa still bedevil the dreams of treasure seekers today. W. Craig Gaines reveals what has been lost, what has been found and what remains to be recovered.
2022-07 By W. Craig Gaines

GOLD. Now, if you happen to become an entertainer in Branson and discover that all we tell you in this book is true, ... And while they were visiting the cave looking for magic water, the story goes that they buried their gold in areas ...

Author: Edward L. & Karen J. Underwood with John Pinney

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781439659656

Category: True Crime

Page: 144

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Branson’s wholesome brand of entertainment made it the nation’s destination for family fun, but the vacation wonderland can’t claim a spotless past. Murder and mischief dogged the town’s efforts at respectability from the very beginning. The founder’s own brother, Galba Branson, was a prominent member of the notorious vigilante gang the Bald Knobbers. He died in a picnic shootout that originated in a church prank. Branson’s transformation into a showbiz mecca brought quarrel and scandal in its wake, from provoked orangutans to wire-tapped dressing rooms. Three comedians and authors—Ed and Karen Underwood and John Pinney—offer this backstage pass to the seamier side of Branson’s history.