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Note that 1983 was the year.
We were chartered to trust, to share:
Our trade secrets, our passion for treasure.
Blessed with the rich satisfaction of knowing.
Driven by our success from pooling our know-how.
Sharing the ever-compounding power of mutual expertise.
Decades of proving treasure does not cost more than it makes.
Finding treasure is everywhere, the treasure most rare is know-how!
Our mutual Association controls the largest, most inclusive treasury of professional secrets for serious metal detector enthusiasts, all treasure hunters, relic collectors, gold prospectors, fossickers, collector coin/gold piece seekers, flotsamists, antique hunters, geocaching; every area of finding treasure, and...
our cat-guard assures no spyware!
“Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can't, you right.” H. Ford.
“As you have believed, so let it be done for you. Jesus.
*Life has an “if” at its center. “If” life's better to be, it's up to me. Not just what I do for me, but what I do for thee for free. As to me, from thee: Your kindness to dogs, cats, another's pet; and do teach children to pray giving thanks, just be sure to introduce Him to them, still fresh from God. When old, will return to Him, and He, as with me, will fold them into his arms.
*© 2008 by Ernest Earl Dennis
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Find the secret, further down on this page in:
E. Earl Webb's
Secret Things, Secret Places,
So now I lay me down to dream, to dream of treasure.
To have and to hold, secret things from secret places.
Professional treasure hunters say two things are the very “lifeblood” for success and survival; don't leave home without either: Water for life, and the latest know-how to find treasure. Likewise, the quality of each depends upon getting both upstream from where the herd gets theirs, thus the need for our association, and the trade secrets we share, so... consider this recent endorsement as it is what we are about, and it made our day:
“…like we wasted 32-years planting cut flowers! Tom and I read every treasure book and mag ever printed, and active in two area clubs, but we learned more, in just the first week, reading the site's Insider archives. Tom blames me for not subscribing to the Insiders' Association in the 1980's so we'd be getting their insider's newsletter; I blame him and you guys for not enough promoting!
But after finding so much this season, especially the enclosed snapshot of this jug of gold pieces, I forgive you all, `cept for Tom, that boy's still in the doghouse with me! Anyway's, thanks to that feller (for) coming up with lookin' there, as wouldn't even crossed my mind, and since my Old Man don't have much of one (mind) to begin with,” wouldn't have had enough to cover our outlays with prices being what they are nowadays. Enjoy these homemade sweets. I'm sending most of Tom's to you; I used real maple syrup and according to Aunt Rende's recipe." Sincerely
Tom and Virginia R.
E. Earl Webb, Editor
Welcome: In addition to our current book supplement E. Earl Webb's "Secret Things, Secret Places," our achieves are incredibly rich with well over twenty years of regularly updated Insider trade secrets, the newest how-to techniques still unknown at the public level.
We are a professional treasure finders' mutual cooperative, organized in 1983, we are not folks in some level of publishing! Our resources are directed at our worldwide network of seasoned treasure finders to share our craft secrets within a closed circle, before these newest techniques and knowledge are known to the public.
So, ever wonder why it is known that less than 5% of all treasure seekers recover 90% of the outstanding finds? Take this opportunity to read a generous sampling of our Association's trade secrets, tips, new techniques, field-tested know-how and recent finding associates share, and see why only know-how can improve finding treasures others have little or no insider advantages needed to locate.
The "average" metal detector enthusiast and treasure seeker lacks only know-how. It is not knowing more than the "average" treasure hunter that keeps one "average." Whether you believe it or not, treasure really is most everywhere. Even most curious, to us at least, there is always going to be more bounty than people to recycle it back into the economy. No! It is not treasure itself that is lacking, but know-how, and trade secrets. It is suspected people watch, either, too much television, or movies to know what is fact when it in any way mimics entertainment themes.
Just the facts: The collective knowledge of our craft we share among ourselves is the ultimate prize, what is protected with as much security as cash. This, as trade secrets are something that cannot be substituted, nor will the best equipment money can buy substitute and save the day. Equipment and tools only allow people to "play at treasure hunting," however, for finding treasure, only know-how makes it so.
By sharing our best secrets to only those inside our circle, Insiders have proven the compounding power of many is the key to assuring each associate of getting back more trade secrets than even the most seasoned expert could possibly contribute individually. You can see this same model of pooling resources in every human endeavor requiring know-how accumulated from many minds.
As everyone eventually learns, and every professional treasure finder proves, there is no wisdom in trying to reinvent solutions when proven applications are available. Our particular advantage is sharing expertise among associates well before it is leaked and degraded to public knowledge. This is why our Association is organized in a non-public forum, yet eager to add others to continue expanding our knowledge base with new people. Since 1983 we have prospered mightily from word of mouth, and more recently, from introducing our trade circle using this, the public side of our site.
Not a baseless statement, but a well-proven fact: Treasure can be found most everywhere, when you know how. What is really rare, and absolutely beyond price, is know-how, and this depends on knowing where to get it, and avoid the nonsense of spending resources for mere entertainment, which is published commercially for the largest possible audience.
ave a peek below at the descriptions of just a few of the reports, and read our generous portion of excerpts, and complete chapters from our wildly popular book supplement to be confident of what awaits you upon securing your subscription to the Members Area
, for less than a typical tank of gas, which is easily wasted hunting when one should be finding based upon proven patterns. Then be sure to navigate to the current Comprehensive TreasureSecrets.com Site map.
It lists the various categories within the archives of the ever-growing Members Area.
As our treasury extends from even before 1983 when we formally organized, the depth and size is such we are updating and adding on a full-time basis. Yet, the is much more to come. Some reports, such as "Jump Start," and "107 things" are book size, while a few reports only from 6 to 12 pages in print, but all are certain to contain insights and information you will find nowhere else.
Now, we want you to enjoy a sampling of some of the serious help our members share with each other, such as these ground-breaking articles, which are followed with a complementary link to browse, read, and this will allow you to see the difference between entertainment and empowerment:
“The Most Efficient Treasure Detector.”
TREASURE TRACKING: You must observe Native Americans' tracking ability to grasp how remarkable it is.... To read signs that are all but invisible to the unaware, but once you know, they actually stand out. That scuff of moss from a rock to indicate passage even months before; the condition of exposed sap from a broken twig, giving the time of that passage; how anything says everything, just as it does in the practice of treasure tracking, covered in this report. How it is done, and why tracking can be very accurate, even when the signs are a century old.
“Treasure Leads: Making the Connection.”
Connections: Combining suspicion with bits of information and making a connection to treasure finds. Even economic status is a connection, of which few treasure seekers are aware, and one that can steer us to locations where caches are almost a certainty.
“All Charged-Up and No Place to go.”
Practical tips on how to get permission to seek treasure on private property; also how to harness the power of publicity and make it work for you.
“Tricks of the Trade.”
Professional treasure hunting techniques revealed; details, which for obvious reasons are kept from the general public. Also inside information on new collectibles: What to look for, and how to sell them. Where to find diamonds in the rough, and how to recognize them. Little-known “drill-hole caches” and how to recognize them. Magnetic “covers” hoarders use for caches. New tips on gold recovery.
“'Nails' and Other Things You Need to Know.”
The “Law of Nails” has vital information that could save the day on any treasure hunting expedition. Includes tips on how to treat minor problems in the field.
“They Hid It Where?”
New secrets on hidey-hole stuffing spots, where to look to discover indoor treasure. Add to your income by knowing these secrets. Old wood furniture caches and how to spot them. The best places to treasure hunt in winter.
“Stuffing Spots in Buildings.”
Treasure stuffing spots in dwellings, more tips on where to look. If your house had previous tenants do not overlook the potential treasures in secret sites in your own home and elsewhere.
“Seeing Money When Others Can Not: Part One.”
A report for advanced treasure recovery professionals. A most valuable subject: Lead the field - know how: The key to recognizing the worth of an object before it has gained its value. How to connect “time” with the hidden value of a future collectable. Information on the once-secret insiders' TT rule defined. Also the “NUTS” factor explored (Nothing New Under The Sun).
“Conclusion of the TT Factor Report.”
More information on how to recognize a future collectable. Examples are given in this issue.
“This Little Probe of Mine.”
This report will amaze you with the use of probes in treasure recovery. Also startling information about the long distance “scopes.”
“Where Oh Where To Go?”
Spring weather offers a good time to check out sites before foliage grows back to camouflage areas. This is a good time to re-check summer search sites, as treasures earlier buried could now be revealed by the winter rains - once you know-how and why. New information on early roadbeds included here, which gives you an inside advantage when looking for potential sites.
“Facts Stranger than Fiction.”
Exciting information on recovering trace gold. Collectables once deemed worthless, recently classified collectable - insider examples and categories. Some new light shed on diamonds. Something new to look for and far more valuable that you would suspect.
“The Search for Time Vaults.”
You may have heard “whispers” about this edition titled “Time Vaults.” While others look for treasure, one coin at a time, insiders know there are time vaults in every town. Just ONE of these can fund your retirement. Join now, read it, and guard the information.
“Inside `Twists' to a Common Target.”
Fascinating news and insight into finding collectable autographs, and how to sell and conserve them. Also a great tip here to find coin traps and other accumulations.
“More Unconventional Cache Angles and Insider Tips.”
Studying natural and man-made disasters can lead to amazing treasure finds. Contains an extensive testimonial from a treasure insider who integrates his “hobby” into his work.
Fascinating report with extensive information on locating and recovering rare and extinct lumber from unlikely sources. Also information on “surprise” discoveries, angles on looking “less than obvious” during your adventures. More places to find loose currency, jewelry, and other accumulations. Have you ever heard of “Dump Money?”
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