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Tuesday, March 25, 2008


Olmec Update Archaeological Treasure Map translated from ancient Meso Cascajal block stone inscriptions. The stone may have been intended to be viewed descriptively, it describes a ancient city and it's lay out. Perhaps the mysterious Olmec Meso stone was used primarly for directions for new travellers to the ancient city. It is my belief there are of three stones of the same inscriptions positioned in the ancient map in the area's of symbols with a X. The right lower symbol (60) on the Cascajal block stone with a X would be where this particular stone would be meant for as it is high lighten, emphasized by the ancient inscriber with quotes around it. Otherwise this X symbol points out that you are here on the ancient city map. The plain X (22)that is in sort of a circle only, would be the main information stone, it would be most likely larger with more information on it. The investigation continue's

Olmec News: Cascajal block stone is town records of a ancient town that existed at a time when trading was thought to be unknown in the Mesoamerica's. The Cascajal block town had a civilization that would rival many documented Meso civilizations. My interpretations of the ancient Cascajal Block stone gives a view into a lost history of a village/town that was vast in resources and had some kind of elaborate government system.

The square like symbols I pointed out' were prominent and I felt they were significant of all the symbols this was a foundation place for royalty and for public officials tax collectors to do there democratic/Republic business. The surrounding plants, tools, symbols ect.. are names of merchants and there business, most likely the symbols are the signatures of merchants of there business names or their clan name for ancient public records.
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The Cascajal Block stone inscriptions may very well be a tax collecting accounting log to keep track of a ancient city. So the ancient writing isn't so undecipherable after all and the text explains not a story but a lay out of a town and the merchants businesses.

The next step is to look for prominent symbol area's 19,20,21,22,25,36 or search the area where that stone was found for the rest of the evidence of the ancient civilization listed on the Cascajal block stone. The Cascajal Block stone is a ancient map that just needed a little deciphering by a treasure hunter. (Cascajal block: Theory 1 town records, theory 2 music of sorts, theory 3 star chart)
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