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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:22 pm

Going to check Greenland and the South Pole for more Platinum tonight, Im sure some of the stuff has fallen there over the years, but no chance I can go and look in my condition.All I can do to walk to the bird feeders in the garden to fill them up again next day. :lol:

Six places in Greenland dowse with Platinum, and while its a really hard and cold place, one site I dowse to have 600 lbs of Platinum just 25 feet under the soil.All the sites except the one in the sea are all at a depth of 25 feet, so it looks like something happened in recent times, compared to the Norfolk site all at 100 feet, which must be a very old strike....To the west of Greenland is very quiet, with no dowsing hits on the islands or land mass, which is a surprise.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:48 pm

Just went to dowse Iceland and got a food supply shop, anyway Iceland has In my opinion one place where the Platinum is 100 feet deep, JUST like the Norfolk sites so thats interesting as it may have come from the other strike thousands of years ago perhaps, worth sniffing out.A place in Iceland has both Diamonds and Gold, wish I lived close to that place, and had a sharp shovel and big sack. :lol:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:41 am

Just dowsing Auckland because of the big quake near there, and in one position Auckland has Gold on the Island, would you just know it, its deep but it has a lot of it there and well worth digging for it.Holiday Island and with the yellow iron as well,what more can you ask for. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:59 pm

Dowsing the Superstition Mountains east of Phoenix USA, it has for me any number of places where rich Gold is to be found, I just dowsed at least 3 places where its not deep and just waiting to be mined.Okay its rough country and the digging would not be easy with all that rock, but it has for years been the place where people went to find the lost Gold mines of old.The Spanish worked the mines for years, and built houses near where they worked the mines dug into the mountains there, but the places I found are not in the high mountains area at all.I think it could be a case of the Gold being released during the Ice Age and just covered after by soil washed down from the mountain tops,its very localized and not spread about much in my opinion, not like Nome Alaska where its washed out to sea off the mountains, and spread all over by the tides and currents and wave movement....Im sure Gold is not natural to the planet, but comes here from space and Meteorites, or at least a lot of it has come to us that way in my opinion.Its not always near volcanic ground and its placed like something just came down and peppered a spot with Gold when it broke up,sometimes even the spots are in line or grouped together in my opinion.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Jul 24, 2017 5:43 pm

East of Superstition Mountain Arizona USA is the site they claim of the Dutchmans Gold Mine, he found the mine and dug it for a number of years, taking back every visit large Gold nuggets to sell and even to throw on the floor of the hotel to watch people fight for the chance to grab some...If you dowse both west and east of Superstition Mountain really good places still exist today in my opinion to dig the gold up and become very rich, in places its not deep and could be mined if your fit and use a shovel and pick....Its claimed the Dutchmans Mine has long been found and dug out, but I dont believe that at all, because the number of good places still remain, if you have the time to look.Perhaps not a place to walk and dig here and there, its far too big an area, but with dowsing knowledge you could go straight to the mother load and clean up, well thats my opinion....Its hard country around the mountain but thats the place where in the past Gold formed or was where a meteorite struck that carried the gold, I have not checked if the sites all face the same direction, that would show its possible a meteorite struck that brought the gold.Or during the ice age the gold was washed along to drop in places where the water run off the mountains or bends in the rivers at the time, which today might be open ground or even desert/scrubland as the water levels have dropped since then....But if I lived local I would search every weekend or when I had the time, its a wonderful place for finding gold and getting rich, must be 12 places or more where good finds can be made, with the odd one having a very big mother load even today.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Aug 07, 2017 2:06 pm

I watched Usain Bolt on the TV yet again running, and thought of his birthplace of Jamaica,and I had a quick Google of the island again.Its without doubt a wonder place to go dig treasure up in the open country, with the island home to pirates all those years so many of them MUST have buried their loot close to home for a time when they needed it.Dowsing the left side of the island has so many places where the influence of Gold coins is very high,and jewels along with both gold and silver, okay its not every other yards away, but Im sure if you covered the island you would find at least 30 to 40 places where things of great value are buried in my dowsing opinion.I dont have a clue how the finding things of value works in Jamaica, I imagine you would have to go half each on any finds, but we are talking well over thousands of pounds here perhaps much more, more gold than Usain has in his cabinet of gold medals thats for sure.. :lol:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Aug 21, 2017 1:34 pm

During WW2 so much was looted and stolen from all over the world where the war passed in every country, and today I believe much of that still remains waiting to be found.I have looked at many of the leaders of that time to see where they lived, and could have hidden all sorts of treasure.But the one story about H.Goring and the estate at Carinhall near Lake Wuckwesee pointed to things being buried there, and I cannot find anything of value around that area.While other sites have all sorts of things that today must be worth many many thousands of pounds at todays prices,gold and silver items along with jewels, but not always is coinage involved, much more its gold and silver items, perhaps looted from all parts of the world to be melted down when the time was better ??
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Aug 21, 2017 6:27 pm

A new video of those metal prospecting folk in Australia has started on TV again, I love that show, and I just wish I could have lived around there, digging up all those gold nuggets.The area of the NW is just alive with gold spread about, I dowse OZ and its everywhere in that region,but less in the east from what I have found.Its not the value of the gold for me, its the fact you can dowse it and start digging and there it is, just another better method of metal detecting thats all. When the video starts Im there with my spade, I feel the emotion of every find, I just love it. :lol: :lol:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:17 pm

Got interested with the Jacobite Gold which was left its reported close to Fort William in that area, going to take a look around and see what I can see, might still have some left in the Highlands that has not been taken away or found yet.Scotland has a different method to things of value found from past times, I think it remains the property of the Scottish Crown, so wait and see what I find if anything,it does belong in a Museum for sure,NOT any back pocket. 8) Phew at least 12 places to search around according to the story of where the gold coins might be buried and left, and with so many Clan chiefs involved it could be all gone or most of it already gone, who knows.But just a chance some remains,many people who followed the cause would have protected the money and not stolen it, such was the feelings at the time.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:09 am

OUT of respect to the good people who died sometimes in the most horrible way during the Battle Of Culloden before and after I am not saying any more on the Jackobite Gold, I will email the Scottish Archo folks who can choose to ignore me or work with me, its up to them.Reading up on the wars it does open your eyes to past history and the cruel ways of men at the time, something not to repeat ever I hope....I have to say I have been ignored by the very best people in the past over dowsing issues, English Heritage/Richard Branson/Church Of Rome/NASA/CCA/Kentucky University/and others, dowsing does not interest many people of science or leaning, which is a pity...I dont ever claim to be 100% correct every time with dowsing, its fun to me and always be a fun thing, something to do when the dark nights are here or its wet and cold outside, and nothing but repeats on the TV. :lol:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:41 pm

I have found an email address so I fired off an email to them the Scottish Archo people, I hope they allow me to work with them on this, I cannot do any leg work but I can point to where to dig, and I hope thats enough to get them interested, fingers crossed, really make my day. 8)
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:14 pm

Had a very prompt and polite reply from the TTU group in Scotland, but they only assist AFTER something has been found, so Im a little lost now as to what to do,the longer the coins are in the ground the more chance they will be found and melted down perhaps.Im NOT saying this will happen, I know a lot of honest metal detectorists who will call the Scottish Board immediatly with any finds, but its a worry some finds will disappear, thats if I dowsed it right ?? 8)
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Wed Sep 06, 2017 2:29 pm

I read somewhere the rivers of Cornwall and Devon were once rich with Gold, and to be honest I have found some places where gold exists and could be mined, but I just wonder how true that report was.It would need following all the larger rivers some distance to check if any gold veins still run off from the rivers and creeks,which would over thousands of years collect in the rivers.Wales has no doubt in my mind many places where good gold finds can still be made, with most of them spread about but again not far from rivers, so looking along the river valleys could have results.And this must be true of Scotland with natural gold finds still there and worth checking out along the river valleys and places,its not the sort of think you think of in the UK, but its ONLY because people have stopped looking today...So perhaps its time someone with a big nose went looking, now WHO could that be ?? :lol:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby simonwheeler » Wed Sep 06, 2017 3:35 pm

"And this must be true of Scotland with natural gold finds still there"
They still have gold-finding competition in Moffat every year (Dumfries & Galloway).
http://www.moffatgold2017.com/
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:10 pm

Thanks Simon, I would love to wear my kilt and get the trusty L rod out and have a go at that, going to check out the web site to see where it takes place, its good fun,chasing the yellow iron. :lol: :lol:

Cracking web site Simon,think Im getting the gold fever, but hey I cannot bend over to put my socks on, so HOW do I pan then, with difficulty !!! But well worth a look around there on Google Earth, might be a mother load just waiting to be found, you never know. :lol:

Annan Water just north of Moffat has a brook/stream running from the north and while its small it has gold along parts of it,if I could walk and dig I would work that area for sure.And both to the East and West of Moffat are places where gold is ,but its 30 feet deep in a long vein in my opinion, AND another place close to the A74 M road has more gold.The stream has a few places where dowsing shows good amounts of gold Simon,get you boots out and the spade in the shed mate, we are on a winner. :lol:

Wanlockhead in Scotland you can buy permits to dig for gold, and I believe to the west is a small amount at 3 to 5 feet down in two places just a short vein there, good hunting.Kildonan is another place where you can buy a permit to dig for gold, Im checking that area now, this is exciting, like having bangers for dinner !!

Kildonan is a good place to the North/West in 3 places with small but very good amounts there, and its close to the surface so no heavy work.Small short veins east to west but better than the other sites if you live local....Thanks Simon, dont forget the finders fee. :lol:
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