Thursday, March 9, 2017

3/9/17 Report - Knights Templar Cave. Gold Ring Find. Historical Graves in St. Augustine. Hacking.

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A rabbit hole in the UK conceals the entrance to an incredible cave complex linked to the mysterious Knights Templar.
New photos show the remarkable Caynton Caves network, which looks like something out of the movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” The shadowy Knights Templar order is said to have used the caves....

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14K Gold Ring Find
Submitted by renkenyacht.

This 14k gold band was found Sunday on a Treasure Coast beach.


ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- An archaeological dig in St. Augustine continues to marvel scientists and historians. More burials have been found, and some are children's graves. They are children who may have been some of the earliest colonists in St. Augustine.
The dig started in early February. David White, the owner of the Fiesta Mall in downtown St. Augustine, had to rip up his floor because it was damaged by the hurricane. He offered the city archaeologist, Carl Halbirt, to dig underneath. That's when they started finding human burials...
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Seems the CIA has been collecting almost every phone and internet communication made by US citizens.  Nothing new.  I discussed that in a post a few years ago.  People seem shocked though.  According to reports, they can hack into cars to commit assassinations, listen in on homes through TVs and other appliances, etc.  Some people don't care at all about that.  I think it is sort of interesting.  But I tend to find a lot of things interesting.  I would assume that other powers are interested in certain US communications and just as capable.

To me this is very much like metal detecting in that meaningful signals are sought in a context of noise. The fun and usefulness of it all is in separating the meaningful signals from all the noise and determining the significance and then taking action.

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Devices such connected detectors can be hacked too.  As you probably know, some detectors keep track of locations using GPS.  That is hackable data.  Conversations about treasure locations, just like any other electronically transmitted conversation, can obviously be hacked.  Since you and I don't have anything to hide, we don't have to worry about that.  At least that is how some people look at it.


Sometimes, like yesterday, what I'm thinking about won't condense down to a post.  As a result I don't do a post.  That happens to me when I am thinking about doing a post on topics such as how sand and coins move on a beach.  I start out on a part of that and it keeps expanding to pages and pages.  Then I don't get it finished and I don't post it.

Happy hunting,