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Gold in northeast PA

 
arrow fire88
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02/21/2011 08:16 PM
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Hey all, I live at the foot of Red Rock mountain near Rickett's Glenn State Park(known for lots of big waterfalls) in northeastern PA. I was wondering if this might be an ok place to find a little bit of gold! Please leave your thoughts!
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02/21/2011 08:18 PM
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I live in the pocono area..I would think yes,there is some gold.why not break out a pan and see what you can find???I might.
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02/21/2011 08:20 PM
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Some can create it, and some can't.........that's why they say that "gold is where you find it!" :)

Happy hunting.......money
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02/21/2011 08:22 PM
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LOL...I don't think there's any gold around here or this far east for that matter. I live by Bushkill and Ressica Falls.
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02/21/2011 08:25 PM
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LOL...I don't think there's any gold around here or this far east for that matter. I live by Bushkill and Ressica Falls.
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There's actually tons & tons of ionic gold in the water.......but you have to know how to get it out! :)
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I do a great deal of historical research and I recently discovered that the first large gold and silver discoveries were made in the Apalachian Mountain range of Pennsylvania which stretched to the Carolinas. The discoveries were later abandoned due to discoveries out West which were easier to access.

It is my contention that the Marcellus Shale "fracking" that is now going parabolic is also a precious metals mining operation, not to mention the mountain top "blow-up" mining.

It's all still there :)
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I do a great deal of historical research and I recently discovered that the first large gold and silver discoveries were made in the Apalachian Mountain range of Pennsylvania which stretched to the Carolinas. The discoveries were later abandoned due to discoveries out West which were easier to access.

It is my contention that the Marcellus Shale "fracking" that is now going parabolic is also a precious metals mining operation, not to mention the mountain top "blow-up" mining.

It's all still there :)
 Quoting: History 1273185

Not only that, but here's what most people don't even know about gold:

Gold is the frequency upon which ALL life comes into this dimension......the Yellow Ray(the Golden Ray)/the Christ Ray!

So, on a molecular level: IT IS EVERYWHERE........but NOT in metallic form(which is more compacted, more dense).

The molecular level is characteristic of a "white powder".......that turns to a ceramic substance when heated!

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I do a great deal of historical research and I recently discovered that the first large gold and silver discoveries were made in the Apalachian Mountain range of Pennsylvania which stretched to the Carolinas. The discoveries were later abandoned due to discoveries out West which were easier to access.

It is my contention that the Marcellus Shale "fracking" that is now going parabolic is also a precious metals mining operation, not to mention the mountain top "blow-up" mining.

It's all still there :)
 Quoting: History 1273185

I didn't know that...thanks for the info
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02/21/2011 10:33 PM
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I live in the pocono area..I would think yes,there is some gold.why not break out a pan and see what you can find???I might.
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I have a panning kit on the way! I'm excited to get to the creeks and see if anything shows up. I can't help nut to think there must be gold washing down off these mountains!
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02/21/2011 10:37 PM
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I do a great deal of historical research and I recently discovered that the first large gold and silver discoveries were made in the Apalachian Mountain range of Pennsylvania which stretched to the Carolinas. The discoveries were later abandoned due to discoveries out West which were easier to access.

It is my contention that the Marcellus Shale "fracking" that is now going parabolic is also a precious metals mining operation, not to mention the mountain top "blow-up" mining.

It's all still there :)
 Quoting: History 1273185



Plaursible that it has a dual purpose, also great way to destroy water tables and contaminate the water supply.



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