Old gold legends revived
Old gold legends revived
Find an old gold treasure would be nice. Legends and stories abound, but on the success side are in any case gold investors.
Often it is already uncertain whether the treasures in the stories exist at all. Nevertheless, a gold rush can occur. Like recently in the mountains of Sukhothai in Thailand. Japanese soldiers are said to have hidden a treasure there during the Second World War. First the gold search concentrated on the mountains of Kanchanaburi, whereby this gold rush lasted from 1995 to 2001. Then voices were raised that the billion-dollar treasure was hidden by the Japanese near Sukhothai. A large cave system is said to contain chambers, built by the Japanese, and just war gold. However, the entrances were blown up.
After the end of the war, about 200 Japanese soldiers are said to have been observed searching the mountain. They probably found nothing. But hiding gold here would have made sense, because that way the soldiers would have had gold to buy food or other things during the war. Those chambers were built in the mountain seems to be certain. The chamber system is still unexplored.
There are also said to be undiscovered gold treasures in Germany. The tales behind them include the Treasure of the Nibelungs, the Amber Room, the silver treasure of Elector Maximilian I or the treasure of the pirate Störtebeker. Instead of an elaborate treasure hunt, gold companies offer the opportunity to participate as an investor in gold projects.
Take Aguila American Gold, for example. In 2020, the company secured the Wusa gold-silver project in Oregon. This is an unexplored, permitted and drill-ready project. There are said to be four gold properties in the 150,000-acre exploration area.
Fury Gold Mines - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-B0r0yrAKI - has projects in Quebec, British Columbia and Nunavut. Drilling has just commenced in Nunavut.
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