Disclosure could be helped by people finding this sight perhaps.
How about Farsight solving a mystery that (EVENTUALLY) creates a ripple effect of excitement for people.
Farsight VERY accurately describes the location of several buried treasure locations.
Eventually a buzz would be created. True -- the first success for someone would not be noticed but after the 2nd or 3rd treasure location disclosed a firestorm in interest would be directed to Farsight.
Perhaps there are others. The point of the exercise is to make someone RICH!! Everyone loves to read about a get rich scheme. And if I'm not mistaken Farsight has already done this. They Remote Viewed the Eccentric Millionaire treasure location somewhere in North America. I believe the treasure was located in Alaska.
But if Farsight had gone further they should have said -- it's in Alaska-- it's at this appox area. Then they might locate the name of the mountain closest to it etc. This way when the treasure is located someone could accurately say -- you know Farsight said it was there !!
Going to Google and asking what the 1 or 2 interesting lost treasures? They are the following.
1-City Of Paititi
Many legends surround the lost city of Paititi. It is said to be the location where the ancient Incas, desperate to hide their treasure from marauding Europeans, stored all of their gold. Due to its location and relative obscurity, the city gradually became synonymous with the legendary El Dorado.
The two eventually became one mythical location where one lucky explorer could find endless riches. Explorers have been searching the jungle of Peru, mesmerized by the potential of the lost treasure. There are many settlements in the region that are remote, where explorers have found clues that they believe will lead them to their prize.
Whether Paititi is simply another version of El Dorado or a real city in its own right—or if either of the two are real at all—remains to be seen.
2-Dutch Schultz’s Stash
New York mobster Arthur “Dutch” Flegenheimer stole his nickname, along with pretty much everything else that wasn’t nailed down, and amassed an empire valued at $20 million a year. Hounded consistently for tax evasion, Dutch did what Capone never thought to do. He packed his fortune into a metal box and buried it in the Catskills.Intending to recover the fortune once things cooled down, and knowing that mobsters who went to prison tended to lose their empires while they were away, Dutch kept the location of his fortune secret. He was eventually acquitted of his crimes and set about changing his image. But he was gunned down soon after during a meeting at a local eatery. Due to lack of evidence and the expense associated with locating such a treasure in a vast wilderness, attention has fallen away from this legendary payday in recent years. Millions in ill-gotten gains are still waiting in upstate New York for someone to uncover.
There is also a ledged of lost Nazi gold -- perhaps there is some location where this could be true.
Or perhaps there is a location of a lost stone monument that locates a new culture. Or perhaps there is a cave where a new species of human could be located. Maybe with all the Viking raids in England a cash of hidden coins of immense size could be located if accurate coordinates could be put or maybe the name of the man who owns the farm field in England where the treasure is located. You know Millers farm in the town of Listwell- by the north corner by the oak tree!