Map of South America from 1941 showing the locations of lost citys and gold in Brazil,Peru,Ecuador,Bolivia,Columbia. Click Below and Download Now! The Lost Library of the Mayan Itza Stone Map Overlay. This map is the complete overlay of a ancient stone tablet that was found by Coppage (mills) to determine the location of the lost library of.
Aztec gold still awaits discoveryThe gold came from the sacred Ute mines in the Uintah Mountains that were once worked by the Aztecs. In 1520 the Aztecs told Hernando Cortez that their vast hoards of gold came from seven mines far to the north-the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola-leading to Spanish exploration throughout the Uintah Mountains.However, the Sun Chamber (as I dubbed it) was an Aztec Temple. In the center of this immense. the legend of the Lost Rhoads Gold Mines is an exciting tale replete with. Gale R. Footprints in the Wilderness: A History of the Lost Rhoades Mines. Salt Lake City, Utah: Dream Garden Press, 1971. Boren, Kerry Ross and Lisa Lee. The Gold of.Legendary Utah tries to find the fact in Utah lore. It deals with the real location of Aztlan the ancient Aztec homeland and their relation to Utah. The Spanish and Uto-Aztecan Indians played a huge role in Utah history and this web site brings the facts about that history.
I have come to the conclusion that a large portion of gold, that the Mormons aquired, was brought to the area approx. 300 years ago, with the Aztec's. The main reason why the Aztecs were forced to bring their wealth this far north was to continue to keep it out of the reach of the Spaniards.
Reportedly there is a quite well known tunnel system in white mountain, starting in johnson canyon near kanab, which is thought to have possible Aztec orgins. Apparently much of the town of Kanab spent considerable time there looking for gold, but found none.
Aztec legend holds that their forefathers migrated to Mexico City from a land to the north - a land of red rocks and four rivers. But just where the Aztec (more accurately the Mexica) homeland was located remains shrouded in myth and mystery. Two researchers now claim they have found the Aztec homeland - in Utah.
The Lost Gold Ledge. The legend of the Lost Gold Ledge began in 1870. While working in Mexico, a man by the name of John Lorenzo Hubble encountered an elderly prospector. The old man told Hubble of Utah's White Cliffs, which he says were home to a cave that was loaded with gold.
The Utah Gold Rush book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Unearth Utah's long-lost treasure trove! This fascinating volume shares.
Kanab was established in 1870, but it wasn’t until 1914 and the arrival of prospector Freddy Crystal that the tiny southern Utah town really made the map. Fresh from a trip to Mexico and armed with would-be directions, which centered primarily around the sandstone caves of nearby Johnson Canyon, to King Montezuma’s legendary Aztec gold.
UTAH GOLD RUSH Currently unavailable With the release of The Utah Gold Rush, the search for the famous Lost Rhoades Mines is narrowed to a few square miles of real estate due east of Kamas, Utah. Follow early prospectors in their search for Montezuma’s vast treasure.
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Utah Treasure is dedicated to following the legends of lost gold, Spanish mining, and other mysteries this great state holds. We do not blindly follow legends, but dig into them, discovering the truth or exposing the lies embedded in each story.
LEGEND OF THE LOST MORMON GOLD! This is one of the greatest lost gold stories in Utah ever told. Should the cache, if lost, ever be found, the person finding it could retire a very wealthy individual. As with any good legend, there is more than one version of the story. Both similar, yet different enough to leave you scratching your head wondering which part of what story is correct, if any.
These days, trained archeologists do find some of that gold from time to time, but all the real authorities know that the rest of the stolen Aztec treasure wound up in southern Utah.
Montezuma's Gold 2 Arizona The land of lost treasures!. Others think there is a lost Aztec or Mayan city in Guatemala that stills hasn't been found and is the possible location of the treasure. Beware of information found on the Internet that claims to locate the lost treasure. Aztec hieroglyps can't be read with total accuracy, and in most.
How the Discovery Of Paititi, The Lost City Of Gold, May Change Peru Forever Many explorers have died searching for Paititi: the Lost City of Gold, and many became convinced that the city was hidden in the last undiscovered regions of the Amazon.
Buy The Lost Gold of the Montezumas: a story of the Alamo, etc. With their hostage dead, Cort. They retreated amid a full on uprising, attacked from all sides by Aztec spears and stones. As the conquistadors fled the city, they threw down their newly won fortunes, littering the cities’ network of concentric irrigation channels with the.