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YOU CAN PURCHASE FURTHER DETAILS OF ANY OF THESE DEPOSITS WHICH WILL INCLUDE THE LOCATIONS, COORDINATES, QUANTITIES AND ALL THE DEPTH COUNTS BY REMOTE MAP SURVEYING USING GOOGLE EARTH MAP'S

WHY SPEND A FORTUNE ON TRYING TO FIND THE SOURCES ON SITE WHEN I CAN LOCATE THE AREAS VIA REMOTE MAP SURVEYING WHICH HAS BEEN PROVEN WITH MY PAST RECORD OF MY SKILLS.


TITANIUM LIST


SCOTLAND

Titanium 7 deposits out of many from Northern Scotland.

1. Primary titanium deposit – estimated depth 64ft to 72ft, estimated quantity recoverable 45,000 ozs
2. Rich primary deposit – estimated depth 100ft to 117ft, estimated quantity recoverable 31,000 ozs in total. On this occasion is it 19 grams per tonne
3. Primary deposit – estimated depth 80ft to 101ft, 26,300 ozs, 21 grams per tonne.
4. Primary deposit – estimated 93ft to 112ft, 23,000 ozs in all, 21 grams per tonne
5. Rich titanium deposit – estimated depth of 53ft to 73ft, 62,000 ozs
6. Primary deposit – estimated depth 57ft to 76ft, estimated 43,000 ozs
7. Primary deposit – estimated depth of 67ft to 76ft, estimated 70,000 ozs

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Titanium – 8 deposits out of many more

1. Rich primary – estimated depth of 53ft to 64ft, estimated recoverable 92,000 ozs
2. Rich primary – estimated depth 77ft to 86ft, estimated 85,000 ozs recoverable
3. Rich primary – estimated depth 63ft to 73ft, estimated 72,000 ozs recoverable
4. Rich primary – estimated depth 48ft to 60ft, estimated 71,000 ozs recoverable
5. Rich primary – estimated depth 40ft to 49ft, estimated 79,000 ozs
6. Rich primary – estimated depth 76ft to 89ft, estimated 93,000 ozs recoverable
7. Rich primary – estimated depth 78ft to 88ft, estimated 72,000 ozs recoverable
8. Rich primary – estimated depth 64ft to 72ft, estimated 62,000 ozs recoverable



LIST OF PRIMARY SILVER DEPOSITS

IN WALES

1. Primary silver – estimated depth 65ft to 81ft, estimated recoverable 32,000 ozs in all
2. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 94ft to 112ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 81,000 ozs
3. Primary silver – estimated depth 54ft to 64ft – 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 97,000 ozs
4. Primary silver – estimated depth 40ft to 55ft, 18 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 65,000 ozs in all
5. Rich primary silver – 97ft to 115ft, 18 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 64,000 ozs in all
6. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 26ft to 31ft, 11 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 39,000 ozs
7. Primary silver – 81ft to 92ft, 16 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 81,000 ozs in all


IN SCOTLAND

1. Primary silver – Estimated depth 115ft to 133ft, 22 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 98,000 ozs in all
2. Rich primary silver – estimated 92ft to 111ft, 22 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 38,000 ozs
3. Primary silver – estimated depth 63ft to 80ft, 19 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 92,000 ozs
4. Primary silver – estimated depth 78ft to 83ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 35,000 ozs in all
5. Primary silver – 74ft to 93ft, 19 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 99,000 ozs in all
6. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 93ft to 112ft, 23 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 99,000 ozs in all
7. Primary silver – estimated depth 63ft to 77ft, 23 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 108,000 ozs
8. Primary silver – estimated depth 93ft to 108ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 96,000 ozs
9. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 108ft to 117ft, 20 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 41,000 ozs in all
10. Primary silver – estimated depth 68ft to 76ft, 22 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 95,000 ozs in all
11. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 60ft to 73ft, 20 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 93,000 ozs
12. Primary silver – estimated depth 99ft to 116ft, 23 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 120,000 ozs
13. Rich primary silver – estimated depth 85ft to 99ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 96,000 ozs

IN NORTH AMERICA

1. Primary silver – estimated depth 93ft to 111ft, 19 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 112,000 ozs
2. Primary silver – estimated depth 82ft to 102ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 114,000 ozs
3. Primary silver – estimated depth 78ft to 99ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 98,000 ozs in all
4. Primary silver – estimated depth 103ft to 119ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 101,000 ozs
5. Primary silver – estimated depth 132ft to 141ft, 22 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable, 60,000 ozs in all
6. Primary silver – estimated depth 113ft to 131ft, 23 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 99,000 ozs
7. Primary silver – e stimated depth 63ft to 79ft, 22 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 76,000 ozs in all
8. Primary silver – estimated depth 111ft to 122ft, 23 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 105,000 ozs in all
9. Primary silver – estimated depth 114ft to 124ft, 21 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 113,000 ozs in all
10. Primary silver – estimated depth 80ft to 97ft, 19 grams per tonne, estimated recoverable 97,000 ozs



These 3 Google Earth maps below are images where map dowsing shows the particular load deposits of primary gold and silver in this case. The maps show the direction of the load, the estimated volume recoverable i.e. Primary gold & silver, and also the quantities in grams per tonne.  Each primary load is shown by one single yellow line representing one load which also gives you the shape and direction of that particular load..

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This relates to the first stage of marking out a gold deposit by remote surveying using google earth on the computer to find the gold. This method is also used for locating other minerals such as silver, diamonds, titanium, platinum & copper etc


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This Google Earth map shows you placer gold & silver which is different in the sense that it covers a wider area as shown on the Google Earth map above which can be in ifferent shapes so that they are not necessarily in straight lines. The other indicator is that the thickness of the deposit very rarely goes more than 4ft thick as in ore carrying the placer gold & silver. The area is shown as gold in yellow line and silver in white lines close together indicating the placer gold & silver. The marker is indicated in white and not yellow but this is my own personal coding system. In some parts of the world placer gold is called secondary gold & silver. This is because it is was originally placer gold which was the original formation of the gold & silver over thousands or millions of years of erosion which took place at that time. The primary gold & silver was originally in igneous rock formations before erosion took place and changed it to sedimentary rock which then become known as placer/secondarygold & silver. These can vary in depth depending on where they are with the geology of any area. Each marker represents a location on the area of the exploration site of placer gold & silver which will be marked out with several markers at given points on the area in question which shows you at each particular marker the width, depth and quantity recoverable in each given area, from that the experts can estimate what could be recoverable from each particular site. The co-ordinates will also be shown at each particular marker. If you wish to purchase any information.


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SOME OF THE POTENTIAL GOLD DEPOSITS AROUND THE WORLD LOCATED USING REMOTE MAP SURVEYING AND AS FAR AS I AM AWARE NO ONE ELSE HAS FOUND THESE LOCATIONS YET

If you are interested in any of these potential locations we can arrange for you to purchase the information from me for which you will receive Google maps showing you the co-ordinates plus estimated depth counts and estimated quantity of gold recoverable in grams per tonne and also showing you the nearest town, village or road nearest to the location/s that I have marked out. The list of Countries is as follows giving you the quantity but you will receive the volumes and further information on purchase from me:-

Northern Sudan – Placer Gold deposit, 100,000ozs
South Africa – Placer Gold deposit 100,000ozs
 Saudi Arabia X 2 – 118,000ozs plus a deposit of 118,000ozs of placer gold deposit
 North Wales X 2 – Primary Gold Deposit 11,000ozs plus a Deposit of 108,000ozs
Alaska – Placer Gold 160,000ozs
Ireland – Primary Gold 100,000ozs
Western Australia – Placer Gold deposit 170,000ozs
Russia – Primary Gold 67,000ozs
 Ethiopia – Primary Gold deposit 105,000ozs
Germany – Primary Gold deposit 110,000ozs
Iceland – Primary Gold deposit 100,000ozs
France – Primary Gold deposit 109,000ozs
Namibia – primary Gold deposit 100,000ozs
South Africa – Primary Gold deposit 106,000ozs
Canada – Placer Gold deposits 97,000ozs




Thomas email testimonial


This client who is situated in the USA has already received over 100 locations from me using my remote map dowsing method and as you can see from the reference my client has found my work extremely helpful. Unknown to me early on when my client first got in touch with me he had 14 google earth map location deposits of his own which he asked me to check out for gold, silver which I was successful in predicting what was in those 14 locations including the depth and quantities. Needless to say my client has been with me ever since and I am continuing to work for him in locating mineral deposits and oil & gas deposits in the USA.

If you require my services using my remote map surveying/dowsing method where I will give you a guided detailed report and google earth maps showing you the results of my findings which will include estimated depths, and estimated quantities and volumes recoverable. This method is also saves an enormous amount of time and cost as you will see from the reference above. Remote map surveying/dowsing is only a guide but a good guide as to where to start the search and what is to be found in the area in question. This is all without going out on site which saves the client time and considerable costs.

My charge for the Remote map surveying/dowsing is £150 for one location deposit and one mineral source i.e. gold deposit. Any extra mineral sources found in the one location deposit there will be an extra charge of a minimum of £25 per extra mineral source making a total of a minimum £175 for 2 mineral deposit loads to a maximum charge of £50 for the two mineral deposit making a total of £200 in certain situations.


 

 

 

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J.P.Taylor. 6 Sunnyridge, Mold, Flintshire, North Wales, CH7 1RU. Tel: 01352 754052. email: peterjtaylor9@gmail.com

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