Signs and Symbols

Welcome to the Spanish Signs and Symbols area. Aside from learning about the various hidden treasure in interpretation you will also be able to view photos of ancient carved stone maps to treasure and locate these various lost mines and treasure.

Go to  “Current Treasure Sites” on the left Menu bar for the most up to date photos and interpretations of Spanish Signs and Symbols. Click on the photo to enlarge and to read the interpretations.

Click on blue link at page bottom of this page to view a gallery of carved symbolic maps to treasure

(Place your mouse over the image to find symbols.)

Images & Distance

Images carved in stone, such as the Inca Indian head, were meant to be seen from great distances and each image had it’s own symbolic meaning. The Indian head represented the Egyptian God Thoth,the God of writting and knowledge.

Interpreted properly they indicated the proper direction to travel in order to reach the concealed mines or treasure vaults.

Other important distance images were the rock hammer, which as well as giving a direction to travel, also told you where the tools had been concealed that you would need to open the mine or treasure vault, the number 7 bed or chairRock hammer,bed,cross and large A told you where the best camp site would be found, and the hat, which represented the cap or plug to an entrance. Others have interpreted this symbol to mean the sombrero mine, but it has nothing to do with the name of the mine. It is simply a symbolic representation of a cap or plug that stops up an entrance and was used on all their mine sites.

Other important images were the conquistador, the bed or beds, the wolf,Wolf guards the Western door a tongue or key, and also the eagle, heart, cross and the number 4 . Any and all of these symbols could be designed to be seen from a great distance and were used often to direct their people into the actual area where the mines or treasure vaults were concealed.

An Interpretation of Spanish Signs and Symbols used by the Spanish to Hide Their Mines, Treasures and Burial Vaults:


For some 25 years we have been studying different sites around the world of ancient carved stone maps to treasure and historical signs and symbols. These sites utilize pictographs and religious symbolism as a method of hiding human burial vaults, treasure storage vaults, gold, silver and copper mines, and the locations and compass bearings of important shipwrecks.

We have photographed and studied fifty different sites. They are all the same, and use the same system of signs and symbols. They use the complete alphabet, from A to Z, and each letter seems to have a number applied to it. The numbers used are from one to ninety-nine and each number represents some form of religious symbolism. The system they use is very old, and they claim within the system that it has been passed on from 1200 BC. We will show you here a photo of the presumed site of Herod’s Tomb  in Israel where they suspect it’s located and you will see the same system of signs and symbols carved into the mountain. We’ll also post a marked photo later when we finish all this. .


This is a complete artistic language of Spanish signs and symbols. The people involved were artists of the highest caliber. On a particular site the symbols were placed on stone, as well as wood and trees. They sculpted landmasses to suit their purposes, and used hidden sand paintings with certain symbols.

We found the system virtually impossible to decode in certain areas of the world due to the fact that they were in areas that had lots of stone, and if you didn’t have the proper compass bearings and the mathematical formula for measuring from point A to B, there was virtually no way we could decipher the site. Oak Island in Nova Scotia is a prime example of a site that has been designed to be hard to read because of the amount of stone that was used for distance images on site.

Click here to view photos of symbolic maps to treasure

See below for a sample of images of signs and symbols you will find in the Wizard Workshop

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This is a symbolic map to a Spanish silver mine and a large stash of silver bullion. When it was located in the bush it was carved upside down and once you flipped it 180 degrees it became a pair of men’s work jeans with the right side pocket showing, the deer on the map is showing you where the two water springs are located with a large bullion storage room near by, the mine and smelter are at the rear