Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Where to find GOLD in Los Angeles (video)

Ask Jeff Williams; Pfc. Sandoval, Pat Macpherson, Xochitl, Wisdom Quarterly
Where to find gold in the East Fork of the San Gabriel River free for the prospecting
Ask Jeff Williams
Jeff Williams
The Native Americans knew it was here, but they were not willing to destroy nature to exhume it. The invaders and occupiers were, however, and the descendants still are. While in the area, be sure to visit two giant Buddhist temples, Brahma Vihara Temple at the entrance and Dhammakaya International Meditation Center a few blocks away in Azusa to see maroon-robed Burmese monks and white-clad Thai ladies. If you look closely, there is also a massive abandoned Vietnamese temple park down the dirt road from the new Park Ranger's Station. There are many to explore in the SGV.

The best gold is the Dharma, second best is gold.
Why does Los Angeles get to be the "capital of the world"? Maybe it's because we're the farming capital, the planet's throat chakra (Hollywood) or media and entertainment nexus.

Or maybe it was the gold and slave centers (Catholic Missions) that served as camps to concentrate and convert the indigenous peoples to a new way of life they would never agree to voluntarily?

Maybe it's because our westward expansionist British ideals led us to take this land from Mexico then launch assaults on the Philippines, Hawaii, and the South Pacific from here. Maybe it was the Gold Rush.

We have artistic plans for our gold.
Jeff Williams reveals the secret information needed to know if hunting for flakes and nuggets of gold on the local East Fork of the San Gabriel River.

Learn the history and see the river, and there's even bonus material of a little known placed to get good gold that good for the getting. Here are some other channels of people who know the East Fork of the big river in the San Gabriel Mountains better than most: AfRznFXQ9D4, zRSK49ujBPA, zQBXtN9t85w, F3Yah_Hp8iI, _vwveVVRLBU, lagoldmines.com.

LOST SILVER COINS! Mystery Solved. Ask Jeff Williams (Lost Treasure Stories)
Calling for help: trapped in Eaton Canyon

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