The Cayce Readings give specific directions to treasure of gold and jewels in Florida, and to two treasures in Arizona, including the famous Lost Dutchman Gold Mine! When ya find the treasure, don't forget ol' AUM~Sparky! I won't tell!
Subject: Cayce Treasure
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 22:20:06 -0600
TEXT OF READING 3638-1 M 39 February 1, 1944
1. GC: You will have before you  present in this room, and his enquiring mind, together with the gold mine discovered by Pedro Peralta and later worked by Jacob Walz know as "The Dutchman," in Pinal County, in the central portion of the State of Arizona. There you will find a high peak known as "La Sombrera" or "Weavers Needle". In Needle Canyon, a canyon running north from the base of the peak, you will find a large Saquaro cactus, marked, or that has been marked by four stones stuck into the trunk. From this marker, you will tell us exactly how far and in which direction to go to find the gold mine now known as "The Dutchman," describing in detail all landmarks from this marker leading directly to the mine. You will then answer the questions, as I ask them:
2. EC: Yes, we have the enquiring mind, , present in this room; and those conditions that exist as legends and those as realities pertaining to the lost mine or Dutchman Mine.
3. In undertaking directions for locations of this from the present conditions, many things should be taken into consideration - as to whether descriptions would apply to those periods when this was put in the way of being hidden and/or those that would apply to the present day surroundings.
4. For time in its essence - while it is one, in space there has been made a great variation by the activities of the elements and the characters that have been in these areas.
5. For these are held as sacred grounds by groups who have, from period to period, changed the very face of the earth or the surroundings, for the very purpose of being misleading to those who might attempt to discover or to desecrate (to certain groups) those lands.
6. As we find, if we would locate this - from the present outlook:
7. We would go from the cactus marked here, in Canyon, some 5, 10, 20, 30, 37 1/2 yards to the north by west - north by west - to a place where, on the side of the hills, there is a white rock - almost pure white - almost as a triangle on top.
8. Turn from here - for you can't get over some of the ground going directly to the east - turn almost directly to the east, and just where there is crossing of the deep gulch, we will find the entrance to the Dutch Mine. This has been covered over, though to begin at the lower portion of the gulch we would find only about six feet before we would reach pay dirt in gold.
9. Ready for questions.
10. (Q) How rich is this vein?
(A) It's rich enough to work. About, at the present rate, five to six thousand dollars a ton.
11. (Q) Describe the type of ore.
(A) Impregnations with loose gold.
12. (Q) Is it covered over? If so, by what?
(A) Rock, very much like the surrounding country.
13. (Q) How deep is it from the surface? (A) If from the surface, about eight to ten feet. If you want to get to it, commence at the lower edge of the Canyon and work under it - towards the east, see?
14. (Q) Give instructions for placing monuments and filing claim?
(A) That must be done from the material angle. Just so there's taken in enough to include all this area for about a thousand yards each way. [See 11/29/71 Newspaper Clipping in 3638-1, Par. R7.]
15. (Q) Give any further information about other mines in this group which may be helpful.
(A) We would give plenty of them here - the silver mine in the Lost Sheep, which is over the hill on the other side towards the border, you see, that's the most valuable mine in Arizona.
16. We are through for the present.
TEXT OF READING 1279-5 October 20, 1936
Pirate John Rackam(There is a myth or legend of Capt. Calico Jack Rackham, notorious pirateer and pirate, having buried booty on an island in the Everglades, Florida, supposedly north of Oyster Bay. Can or will you locate this, and tell us what you can about how it might be recovered?)
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R E A D I N G
1. GC: You will have before you Sections 7 and 18, Township 8, Range 17, West Gila and Salt River Base, Meridian, Yuma County, Arizona. You will answer the questions which I will ask you regarding this land, taking into consideration the body and enquiring mind of  of ... St., New York City and body and enquiring mind of  of ... St., ..., Ohio.
2. EC: Yes, we have the lands here. These we have had before, and as has been given we find that these may be made very valuable from the deposits on same, as well as from that of the agricultural nature through the developments as have been and are going on through this territory. Ready for questions.
3. (Q) If land is purchased now, when will it be sold to greater advantage? and at what price per acre?
(A) This would depend upon whether there was prospecting for the mineral, oil, or prospecting for minerals or gems and the varied interests that are at work in this district. With the developments, this might be consummated soon after the operations showed signs of results, at a very fancy figure or with the developments as are going on while these lands (that is, portions of them) are in the way of being made available for cultivation, or for agricultural prospects - grazing and the like - with THIS line followed, and the rights reserved for other prospecting - as soon as the action in the water supplies is settled - we would say in one to two years would see the lands at least doubled to tripled in valuation as agricultural. As to that with developments, this would depend upon the success of the seeking either for oils or for jewels.
4. (Q) Could irrigable land be leased to farmers there at this time?
(A) Very shortly - that is, in the next two seasons.
5. (Q) In about what year could oil be developed - such that it would pay?
(A) In eight to ten months - depending upon when this would be begun. As given, this is of the migratory nature, and the variation in the country gives that of the carefulness of development. Best that this be worked out by the regular geological aspect than specific location made, would this form of development be considered. Those of the mines or minerals, as has been given, are in the northwestern portion, or in the hills across this northwestern edge, and northeastern - these are shown in a portion of the outcroppings sufficient so that not a great deal of work would be necessary to make THIS portion of the lands very valuable, and sufficient of these taken from same to make the land VERY, VERY, valuable, as given, from the prospectors' or miners' standpoint.
6. (Q) Give exact location of mineral outcropping (opal).
(A) Opals and OTHERS there. One in the northeastern or northern and eastern edge, the other in the north and western - one in the twenty-five acre tract, northwest, or almost on the line, though not on the line sufficient so that those outcroppings - see there are many places from which this might be located. As given, this comes in the gulch from here - but without staking, or without those indications it would be hard to give to one that has not SEEN same! but there are some gulches across the northwest - its near the central of this northwest quarter of the northwest quarter, see? section. Near the center. This comes within ten acres.
Now these gulches as outcroppings here - that run diagonal; that is, not directly east and west, not north and south, but where the two cross in this quarter there may be seen that indication for the outcroppings, see?
7. (Q) Will the mineral development thereon be profitable
and can it be made to produce and pay at this time?
(A) Can be made to pay and produce whenever developed!
8. (Q) What procedure on the part of  would bring best returns (a) merely holding land for rise (b) developing oil or minerals (c) or both?
(A) Best would be holding for the developments in the agricultural and reserving the rights in the mineral and oils, with the prospecting going on whenever the body chooses.
9. (Q) Would it be advisable for  and  to purchase one-half interest in this property at the present time?
(A) There are many conditions to be considered in such a proposition, for many interests occupy the mind of the body at present, and unless the interest is safeguarded by the individual action or development of one interested, or one in whom the entity or body has implicit confidence, and without the personal going over, viewing and seeing the proposition wouldn't take it! All those to be considered.
With this being done, with the outlook as has been seen, with the conditions as have been given and as still exist as regarding this special outlay, or this property - this is VERY, very valuable property! and should not be disposed of at a little figure, for something near a million to two and a half million may be gained by the lease rights, or mineral rights, or combination of these agricultural rights and holdings - for these are valuable lands, as given.
10. (Q) Among the many financial propositions now confronting  and  is this one to consider above others? All may not be accepted - that is, bank, Federal, own clearance business and this proposition. Is this land proposition one to be considered as a financially preferable investment?
(A) With the conditions as set forth, settle within self's own mind. This proposition offers the equal or better opportunity than any of those as named. Decide for SELF, for self must be the actor. Do that. Consider all well, for - as has been given - THIS land is very valuable, developed - lying idle not much good.
11. We are through.
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