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In 1996 and 1997 Peter was successful
in locating several substantial gold deposits prior to
the mine closing. Above are some photos from the site visit, and below you
can view references for Peter.
March 1997 - I wish to confirm that we have found samples of gold....only
found by your guidance more...
December 1996 - I am extremely impressed with the thoroughness and the
way you have located a new gold vein at the Clogau Gold Mine more...
July 2000 - Mr Taylor has proved to me that his method of
minerals is successful more...
Even more info about gold can be found on Peter's dedicated gold site
Some of my own gold ore and copper ore with
gold in and gold bits I found by dowsing.
difficult to find even for a dowser. Gold leaves images of itself as many
as four can be around one piece of gold which means that the dowser can
actually get a reaction and thinks its gold but in actual fact it is an
image or a mirage of the actual gold which could be several feet away from
the image which can confuse people and it takes a professional to know how
to avoid the images which takes time and skill to learn. The skilled
dowser learns to visualise the source he is looking for; that helps to
reduce the amount of false images surrounding the actual gold. This is just
one of many pitfalls which an amateur can come across.
Before Peter went to Clogau Gold Mine he spent 3
1/2 years research and practicing before he was approached in 1996 by the
Manager of Clogau who noticed him practicing his technique and invited him to the mine which
then Peter spent 18 months going to Clogau Gold Mine on his days off from
work plus map dowsing for the Company to gain practical experience and
knowledge on site and understanding of the geology of potential gold
fields. In return for this experience he was successful in finding three
separate deposits of gold for the Company.
Gold prospectors who need to help finding gold deposits
may be interested to know that Peter is experienced in working alongside
geologists to find deposits.
More details on
One question that comes
up a lot is "how do you dowse for gold".
My answer to this question is like all subjects you have to
study the subject in this case its gold so you read up on the natural gold
such as alluvial gold and primary gold. Primary gold is the first stage.
Alluvial gold is the second stage. In other words the primary gold was in
the mountains first over millions of years and then the erosion took
place over further millions of years when sediment in the
rocks built up
on top creating what is know as "alluvial gold" or "secondary gold".
Primary gold is the gold within the rock formation in the quart veins and
which has not been broken down. So you need to read everything on
this subject and then visualise the natural gold then do experiments at
home by using 8 bottles and putting in different minerals in each bottle
and of course gold in one of the bottle. Black out the bottles so that you
can't see what is in them, mix them all up, spread them out, then walk
towards the containers. As you go over the containers the one with
the gold should react but remember that gold leaves images of itself.
You must learn to eliminate the images and concentrate solely on the
container with gold. If you succeed with this then you can really go
out and search for gold or you can map dowse for gold.