What Could Be The Richest Rhodium and Palladium Deposit in the World Discovered Through Meditation By An American Lawyer and Canadian Realtor.

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This discovery could be the answer to our current oil crisis, making fuel cells and catalytic converters more affordable to consumers.

What appears to be a very large subterranean reef in North America containing extremely high values of Rhodium and Palladium has recently been discovered. This discovery is very unique because it rises very close to the surface of the earth, making mining safer and easier.    

After years of meditating to expand his awareness of the universe, an American lawyer meditated over a map of North America and discovered Rhodium and Palladium to subsidize his kids’ University. That discovery was confirmed by fire assays from an independent laboratory, which revealed that this could be the richest Platinum Group Metal deposit in the world.

Over 1100 miles away, A.J. Plant, a Realtor in Ottawa, Canada, was also meditating in search of a new business venture in the precious metals or oil industry. Meeting at a seminar in Orlando Florida, both realized they had very common interests. A.J. Plant has a strong background in sales and the two agreed to work together to either mine or find a

buyer.

“We understand that this could be the answer to the continuing problem of the growing cost of fuel cells. As of today, Rhodium has risen to over $6,000.00/oz and Palladium has risen to over $350.00/oz; making the cost of fuel cells almost prohibitive.

“Some say that the deposit may be worth over a billion dollars. Although much more testing needs to be done, things look very positive that plenty of Platinum will be available for fuel cells and catalytic converters in North America and the world” says A.J. Plant.

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