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Codebreaker Explorations

Codebreaker "Patron Mine" Operations

Codebreaker Tours

Codebreaker Film Productions

Codebreaker Museum

Codebreaker Explorations

  Codebreaker Exploration is the principal vehicle of Code Breaker Enterprises.   This is the original project which was initiated approximately twenty years ago by a gentleman by the name of Steve Harvey.  Codebreaker exploration mandates the exploration and interpretations of sixteenth century Spanish petroglyphs located in Luna and Grant County, New Mexico.  The many petroglyphs are historical road maps left behind by the Spanish explorers telling a story of  mineral wealth they found in the region.  The interpretations of these petroglyphs have led us to sites that are believed to be natural gold and silver deposits.  Codebreaker explorations has already located and claimed the "Patron Mine" furthermore, have been locating and claiming several more major mineral deposits identified in the petroglyphs.  Codebreaker Explorations is directed by  Ruben Amador.


Codebreaker Tours

 
Codebreaker Tours is a tourist oriented company geared to provide sightseeing tours to different areas that display evidence of the historical Spanish Petroglyphs. Codebreaker Enterprise envisions its tours to be the major tourist attraction for the tourist visiting the southwestern New Mexico region.  Additionally, it will make such an impact globally that tourism is expected to increase tenfold providing tourism buisness to the cities of Las Cruces, Deming, Lordsburg, and Silver City, New Mexico.  This project will be of great interest to the countries of Mexico and Spain that annual tourism alone from these countries can bring in  record numbers of visitors.  Codebreaker Tours will have a close relationship with the surrounding lodging industries.  Future projections are that each city will have a tour bus terminal.  Mr. Amador and Mr. Saavedra will be the primary promoters and directors of the  Codebreaker Tours project.


Codebreaker Film Productions

    Codebreaker Film Productions will produce documentary film about Spanish explorations into southwest New Mexico during the sixteenth century.  These sixteenth century Spanish petroglyphs found in  Luna and Grant Counties will be providing an accurate road map and story carved on stone from their explorations and actual Silver and Gold discoveries.  The first planned documentary film will focus on Fray Marcos de Niza's explorations into southwest New Mexico between 1540 and 1545.  Other documentary film or motion pictures are expected to-follow.  Marcos de Niza is the man alleged to be the author of these petroglyph's because his "trade mark cross" carved inside a 4 leaf clover" has been found on all of them.  Mr. Amador and Mr. Saavedra will be the producers of Codebreaker Film Productions.  


Codebreaker Museum

  The Codebreaker Museum has been established in Santa Clara, New Mexico.  Codebreaker Enterprises has been awarded the old City Hall building to convert into what is now known as the Santa Clara Museum of Natural History.  The museum will depict the missing link not found written in history books, tales and biographies.  It has gained recognition as a historical research center by those visiting our museum. It will focus on showcasing the Spanish sixteenth century exploration petroglyph material, other related pictures, and a miniature 3D dimensional earthly arrangement of the 100 mile Spanish Footsteps thru this mountainous region. The mountains of interest in the southwestern New Mexico area are the Tres Hermanas, Cooks Peak, The Kneeling Nun, and the Twin Sister Peaks.  Mr. Amador will be primary Curator for the Museum.



  

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