A jesuit treasure map can be seen here scratched into the patina on the surface of the basalt. Stone so hard this is all they could do. The Jesuits knew how to follow these coded monuments to some degree, using them to locate mines and ancient caches of wealth. Even claiming to have constructed them in many cases. In this case they obviously followed the trail markers to this point and cached wealth of their own here. Knowing how to read these codes made it quickly possible to find and make initial recoveries to validate the assessment. These included a 1500’s ships compass map tool, a handle off a metal box and an 8oz “splash” of gold containing copper.