I’ll send you over to my other post after I present this, but this is not a scam.
Yes; I’m going to ask you for a percentage of your profit AFTER you’ve made it, but there’s no money for you to put up front – not to me nor anyone I’m related to anyway. If you profit from this, please consider it was my intellectual property that you’re paying for me – that, I’m quite sure, you can even deduct from income, plus, it’s a one-time payment, so after the initial find, once a year is up, you’ll owe nothing. Deal? I guess I’ll have to trust you. No complications, no risk, just the fun and anticipation of finding treasure and the subsequent wealthy lifestyle.
This is about finding gold. I’m not an engineer nor a miner so it’s up to you to figure that end of it; it can make you wealthy, and if you’re appreciative, . . . . provide me with a nice income, . . . . providing you have my level of integrity and out of appreciation, follow through. I’m sure, if I present this well, you’ll appreciate it, but you’ll also not be the only one looking, so . . . . let’s get to it.
Gold, is found on land. It only makes sense there’s also veins of gold on / under the sea floor below, as well.
Similar to that which is on dry land, how to find it is the problem.
On land, it’s often found by panning upstream, and when there is no more gold, begin looking on the hillsides along the stream / river. Very straight forward!
One successful old time prospectors told of one additional hint that helped him – it was that the sage plant that grew, reaching its’ roots down into the veins of gold actually had a different color/a different tint of green than all the other sage plants around it. Once he learned that, and then looked again, he’d remembered that color and found gold again in a 2nd loction. People thought, he was just lucky.
That’s what got my mind to churning, but for me, there were other complications – why I never pursued this . . . . For some readers, the limitations I had, won’t bother them.
Remembering the sage plant, there are a number of ways to do this – methodically works for most endeavors; this is no different.
- find kelp beds under the ocean
- educate yourself; if it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right!
- take GPS reading; mark and record the samples of kelp you take
- have the samples (professionally) analyzed for gold content (kelp is known to have a high gold content already and lakes below gold mines often become over-run with fresh-water kelp) A professor of mine 30+ years ago, showed me a map of gold mines in California; one could follow a line (not straight) but it ran up the coast of California except for a few gaps; he pointed to the gaps and asked me if I had any ideas; when I shook my head ‘no’, he smiled and explained – – – those are lava flows; the gold is still there, but it’s underneath the lava!
- once one kelp plant or group of plants register a significantly higher gold content than the surrounding plants, (confirmed by taking subsequent samples), take a core sample from into its’ /their root systems, disturbing the environment as little as possible. Analyze it for contents, as well.
- Be careful who you tell; it’s wise to dive with a partner, so make sure it’s someony you trust
- When you’ve made profits, send me an email; we’ll talk. And thanks for reading . . . . Good Luck!
- Now, check out my other post … https://josiahe.wordpress.com/2009/04/02/gold/