79 The historian’s thoughts on the treasure hunt technique p. 19
Well, let's go look for our wealth, but for now we will go to those places, I will tell you about their useful properties.
and I'll continue the story about my findings and subtleties when conducting search operations!
- "Wow, and what are the subtleties? Take permission, pay taxes, find old cards, go to a place and get pins from a metal detector, dig and get coins! You don't have to have a big mind," Dara said cheerfully.
No, no, well, brother, why are you already doing that? No? Everywhere has its own subtleties. But you knew, for example, that before starting the search work, you had to pick up old materials, whether there were burial places in those places ... the "Anti-Plague Laboratory".
If there were, then it is better not to go to this area. Since there are still burial grounds ... it's over, no one will tell you the exact place of burial. Since this is closed data, but they can tell if you submit a request that you should not go to the square for example A-320. And this square can occupy an area of 20 hectares.
It is good that such "Unpleasant surprises" are only in the desert and steppes. There is no such thing in the mountains.
The second subtlety, if during your search you find weapons or the remains of skeletons, you immediately report this to the local police department.
The third subtlety, I already spoke about it, is not to work in the "red zone", that is, places entered in the register of cultural heritage and historical monuments.
Well, in small things, before starting the search, you need to get permission from the owner of the land. Agree with him that the amount received from the sale of finds you divide 50 by 50 or 30 by 70, as they say.
You have to dig your own holes, these are the rules of good form in our midst of search engines and treasure hunters.
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I've found coins and hiding places in the mountains in cracks, on ridges, mountain passes, mountain passages, in floodplains of rivers, near the beginning of the river and water sources. It used to be that a source of water was always clean, you need to throw one silver coin into it!
Then the source dried up, the water left, they forgot about it, and the coin remained. Sometimes gold coins come across. but very seldom.
You can find coins on mountain paths leading from one gorge to another, at peculiar crossroads. As well as small mountain streams, the brook itself is a small total of 35 centimeters wide and 10 gluyins at all, and sometimes the coins on the sun sometimes sparkle like that. It means that the treasure washed some water from somewhere, someone hid it and the water found it and washed it. So, you need to try to go upstream, and look. Sometimes I find something, and sometimes not.
Treasures were hidden on the slopes of the mountains under noticeable stones and thorny bushes of bitter almonds or pistachios.
But during World War II, there were not enough resources, coal was transported to the front, and there were few trees, so the inhabitants of the mountains cut down tree shrubs for heating and the inhabitants of the steppes and deserts cut down tugai forests and saxaul.
And in them there were treasures and hiding places.
On the foothill plain, 50 years ago there was litter, such a ravine, 450 km long and 57 km wide. And then people made a lake out of it. At the bottom there were caravanserais, fortresses, villages, sacred tombs, underground reservoirs, there passed three main caravan roads.
Sometimes I sail on a rubber boat and throw in the squares - a search magnet, I can pick up from the bottom except debris, some interesting gizmos - old iron keys, locks, axes ... it's a pity that they do not take coins from copper and silver.
Probably a lot of treasures remained to lie at the bottom of this now flooded ravine.
But sometimes water leaves during periods of great droughts ... and then you can see the ruins of some buildings on the shallowed bottom. But alas, they cannot be approached, since the soil there is solid sands, it can suck in like a crack.