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Crossing America, both the skies and highways afford views of mines of many kinds, massive holes in the ground, gigantic pits surrounded by bulldozers and dump trucks, the equipment of the modern mining operation.
Yet this is not the case within Turquoise Hill, the ancient Cerrillos mines near Santa Fe, New Mexico, where over millions of years water trickled downward through the jagged plates or perhaps upward from hot springs. They sit on private property, accessible by his invitation and escort only until upon his death and according to his instruction, they pass to the. We spent hours roaming these hills, occasionally reminding each other of the vista, forcing our gaze from the Tiffany blue rocks crunching beneath our boots.
According to Magnus, the scientists visiting this area know little of its origins. Unsurprisingly, this same veneration attracts Hollywood. Stephen Spielberg and Ron Howard both made movies on this hill, and the mines themselves serve as sets for dozens of actors, including Russell Crowe and Christian Bale for the movie to Yuma , along with Tobey Maguire and Sam Shepard for Brothers.
It was the Anasazi Indians, however, that first recognized the magic of Turquoise Hill. Without bulldozers or drills, they used their hand-made stone mauls, smashing the rock and forming deep mines.
They wove the blue Cerrillos pebbles into animal hides and hair, creating ceremonial clothing, jewelry, and other heirlooms, items so important to their culture that to this day the mines hold special significance to their descendants, the Pueblo Indians.