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Alexander
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I find gold on your region quickly.
I will note lot where to find him on satellite.
I want to earn some money.

I do not need to go anywhere.
I use their knowledge, geological maps,
maps of mineralogical zones and etc.
I am looking geodynamic situation in which
the sources of gold were formed.

example of my maps are marked places to search.
Lake Carey in Australia. Carrick in NZ. Cajon in USA
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fossilman
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You might find the gold on maps,but you won't be mining or panning it,most if not all is claimed....
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