WixMoran wrote:Casca, haven't been here in a while but you have my attention. If Casca isn't still active can someone please help me get in touch with him?
I have to step back from the forums as my health doesnt let me do what I would like to do. I like Somehikers pictures and can pull some stuff out without any modification of the pictures.
I have found many things in the rocks of the Southwest. The area I live in is rich in history. It saddens me to find stuff most likely destroyed by the Indians or the Spanish themselves. But stuff is still out there if you want to see it.
Due to respect for the Native Americans as I feel most sites have been grave sites at one time. I do very little digging. I do inspect the rocks, and check the geology and anything man made. Then move on down the trail.
Some would agree that what is found by the say the Spanish, was probably found before by someone else also.
I dont know about Montezuma's Gold, but feel confident descendants of him spent time in the Southwest. From god heads, to snakes, lizards, and descriptions of battles left on cave walls. Im sure of it.
I encourage anyone who would like to protect whats left here in my area please feel free to contact me.
If you have been on any other treasure sites you have already seen my pictures. I have not always been right about my post. But I know there is a story in the rocks. Unfortunately history is always written by the victor.
I think Montezuma left his mark on the land in many ways.