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  • #16
    Originally posted by 93cruiser View Post
    If someone wants to know the blaze, one should start with known facts.
    1. Not a rock or boulder. Either are not really damagable without dynamite.
    2. Jack said he looked up and saw the damaged blaze. This rules out anything visible on ground level. Most things are on the ground you know. Now what?

    Forrest did say after you find the blaze look quickly down and it will all cease basically. The blaze was above the treasure, somehow in the trees. What else is up?

    Forrest also stated he did something to dal, and didn't want his blaze confused with others and what he did. So Forrest placed something up in a tree, or manipulated nature such as tree limbs, possibly tied together or something,to become a blaze in my opinion.

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    The blaze is a lily.

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    • #17
      I came up in a family of timber men. I am 60 but my grandfather and dad always called a blaze a mark on a horses face or blazing a tree to mark property lines. I always thought Fenns blaze was the latter and thought the treasure would be on a border. Obviously I was wrong now but thats the only things I knew the old timers refer to as a blaze.

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      • #18
        When I think about a "blaze,"
        the first thing that comes to mind is "a blaze of lightening."
        Finding the strike zone might prove difficult.
        Sorry gotta run - getting my hair done -
        adding just a few highlights.....

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        • #19
          I take the blaze as being circular. Maybe Thats' why he used the term radial.. if the blazed object doesn't face any direction. And it would be obvious when you seen it.
          another thought which that quote. ( I Didn't take a radial off of the blaze) is he did not remove the VOR from the plane he crashed in the Rockies. I still haven't heard anyone say where those 2 crashes were. And if the planes were recovered. I could not find them in any reports. And he only mentioned those 2 slip ups once in last 6 questions .

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          • #20
            What the blaze could never be

            not in the poem?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by 93cruiser View Post
              If someone wants to know the blaze, one should start with known facts.
              1. Not a rock or boulder. Either are not really damagable without dynamite.
              2. Jack said he looked up and saw the damaged blaze. This rules out anything visible on ground level. Most things are on the ground you know. Now what?

              Forrest did say after you find the blaze look quickly down and it will all cease basically. The blaze was above the treasure, somehow in the trees. What else is up?

              Forrest also stated he did something to dal, and didn't want his blaze confused with others and what he did. So Forrest placed something up in a tree, or manipulated nature such as tree limbs, possibly tied together or something,to become a blaze in my opinion.

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              What do you think about this quote? It seems to contradict part of what you are saying.

              "While it’s not impossible to remove the blaze it isn’t feasible to try, and I am certain it’s still there. "
              ~ Forrest Fenn

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              • #22
                Also, Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. This is what I remember...
                From Mysterious Writings
                Audio on Dal’s Site:

                When you get to the last clue, look down because that’s where the treasure chest is.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by crow View Post
                  Also, Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. This is what I remember...
                  From Mysterious Writings
                  Audio on Dal’s Site:

                  When you get to the last clue, look down because that’s where the treasure chest is.
                  But he did. Read the poem. If you've been wise and found the blaze, look down to find the chest. Looking down means look down and remove some debris, your standing on it.
                  Jack stood on the chest a few times prior to seeing the damaged blaze. As presented to me, and with what we know, this is a fact.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by crow View Post
                    Also, Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. This is what I remember...
                    From Mysterious Writings
                    Audio on Dal’s Site:

                    When you get to the last clue, look down because that’s where the treasure chest is.
                    An excellent point.
                    You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by 93cruiser View Post

                      But he did. Read the poem. If you've been wise and found the blaze, look down to find the chest. Looking down means look down and remove some debris, your standing on it.
                      Jack stood on the chest a few times prior to seeing the damaged blaze. As presented to me, and with what we know, this is a fact.
                      No Sir. That is your interpretation of the poem. Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. If you believe that is the last clue, what is the rest of the poem for?

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by CRM114 View Post

                        An excellent point.
                        Thank you

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by crow View Post

                          No Sir. That is your interpretation of the poem. Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. If you believe that is the last clue, what is the rest of the poem for?
                          Forrest said the last clue was “look quickly down your quest to cease “.
                          Last edited by BritChaser; 11-20-2021, 05:51 PM.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by BritChaser View Post

                            Forrest said the last clue was “look quickly down your quest to create “.
                            No, he didn't. I think you mean "cease" but he never said that. If you can point to a citation, I'll stand corrected. That would have been big news had he said that, but he just never said that. It was a big controversy before the find whether the clues ended halfway through the poem. Forrest never resolved that. He said what crow said above. There's a huge difference between what you think Forrest said and what he actually said.
                            Last edited by CRM114; 11-20-2021, 05:42 PM.
                            You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by CRM114 View Post

                              No, he didn't. I think you mean "cease" but he never said that. If you can point to a citation, I'll stand corrected. That would have been big news had he said that, but he just never said that. It was a big controversy before the find whether the clues ended halfway through the poem. Forrest never resolved that. He said what crow said above. There's a huge difference between what you think Forrest said and what he actually said.
                              Find Jens’ last video. It’s exactly what ff said. Except for the ‘create’ typo

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by crow View Post

                                No Sir. That is your interpretation of the poem. Forrest never said the blaze was the last clue. If you believe that is the last clue, what is the rest of the poem for?
                                He said it in the poem. Very bluntly. As for the rest of the poem, I really see no directions, it's over at the point you find the blaze. Exactly as it was for jack. Jack found it within seconds of finding the blaze, sorry that's not believable.

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