Death Traps to Treasure: Spanish and Mexican Mine Traps, Warning Signs and Symbols (Kenworthy)


Death Traps to Treasure: Spanish and Mexican Mine Traps, Warning Signs and Symbols (Kenworthy)

Spanish and Mexican mine traps.

From the Author
The only good thing, or rather, positive aspect related to discovering a "death trap" is the absolute confirmation that you have "broken the map's code correctly'' or followed the instructions properly For you assuredly are in the immediate area of a major mine or treasure, or possibly both. Tunnels of rich mines are known to have been filled with treasures prior to the covering and concealing of the mine itself. By far, the majority of all Spanish death traps are in the immediate "area" of the entrance to the mine/treasure and not within the mine or treasure room itself.

Subtle and man made changes were made in topography, markings inscribed on boulders, large rocks "arranged", boulders "reshaped", etc., in the immediate "entrance" area. These were set-up to "entice/act as a magnet", to mislead and beguile anyone who was clever enough to get within a couple of hundred feet of the actual "entrance" and draw him away from the "jackpot" and to one of the nearby death trap locations.

Study the death traps and commit the trap warning signs and symbols to memory. Your knowledge and memory may save a life, possibly your own. What could be worse than spending many years of searching, and then, when within "a stone's throw" of your goal - you get sucker punched.

Both the Spanish and Mexicans always felt that they would one day "regain" ownership/control of the land they lost and therein their rich mines and treasures would again belong to their families. So they covered and hid them well awaiting the day they or their descendants would again have possession. They laid "death traps" at most locations for intruders --however, they of course did not want to harm future family members,-- so they used CODED WARNING SYMBOLS and markers at each death trap location.

This book shows both the death traps as well as the "Warning Symbols and Markers". An example is the "heart" (which represents "Gold") was frequently changed to mean "death" rather than "gold". A.A bolt of lightning through the heart.
B.A "break" or carved crack in one of the lobes of the heart.
C.Missing short sections on both sides of the heart where they join at the Bottom near the "point".


Paperback: 64 pages
Publisher: Quest Pubns (October 6, 1994)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.3 x 0.3 inches

Price: $16.95