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« Reply #15 on: January 11, 2011, 06:50:52 PM »
Just stayed 2 days on site, i've had  good news as soon as i checked my mills; while i'm absent for the holiday season, some miner's brought in their select savings of few sacks or "poyongs" 2o sacks of good ores.
They milled it in my rodmills and out of 20 sacks (50 kilos each "poyongs"), they extracted  35 grams of raw gold after firing the amalgam), and they have a very happy new year indeed.
What i gained is their waste (tailings), it was alll deposited in my tailing pond, 60-70% more from their 35 grams Au recovery if i were to collect the tails and subject it to C.I.P (cyanidation/carbon process) plant soon. but i intend to have 20 tons of tailings before i'Ll haul it for C.I.P.

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« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2011, 06:57:15 PM »
Fantastic! That's great news, Ben!
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« Reply #17 on: January 17, 2011, 04:24:37 PM »
FAULTLINES, MAJOR GEOLOGICAL SETTINGS THAT MOST GEOLOGIST PREFER WHEN DOING PROSPECTING AND LATER, MINING.
THIS ONE SHOWS MAJOR GEOLOGICAL FAULTLINES OF THE PHILIPPINES

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« Reply #18 on: January 17, 2011, 04:27:17 PM »
discussion would follow later why this is such so,(why faultlines are one of the major basis where to find minerals).

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« Reply #19 on: January 17, 2011, 05:56:06 PM »
FAULTLINES AND MINERALS PRESENTATION CONNECTION

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« Reply #20 on: January 17, 2011, 06:01:09 PM »
Indeed, Philippines is a beggar sitting in a mountain of GOLD, Gold that is both "natural" and the looted gold hidden thru the Golden Lily operation hehe, wake up Philippines, when shall we remain poor due to our uncaring attitude??? PLease wake up filipino people...

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Japanese companies eye Philippine resource potential with great interest - International Mining - Feb 11, 2009
www.im-mining.com/2009/02/11/1394/

HEY WATCH OUT!!! BE SURE ITS MINING THEY ARE TALKING??---ITS THEIR OTHER WAY OF GETTING BACK TO THE GOLDEN LILY SITES EHHH??
BEN VALMORES ;) ;) :D :D

"Mindoro Resources reports that seven of 11 Japanese mining and trading companies, which used to have investments in the Philippines, have expressed interest to return after a study showed the geological promise of the country. The Japanese government commissioned the Japan Mining Engineering Center (JMEC) to conduct the study on the potential of the Philippines’ mining industry in its effort to secure ores to sustain international competitiveness. “Amid falling metal prices, it is important to steadily promote efforts to secure important mineral resources in the long term,” said JMEC Managing Director Shinyo Aoki.
The 32-page study, The Investigation Report Related to Mining Field in the Philippines, did not identify the 11 Japanese mining and trading companies. It listed the highly ranked mineral resources of the Philippines as copper, nickel, gold and chrome.

Aoki and Research Engineer Toshimasa Tajima briefed Filipino and Japanese mining executives and government officials last week. He said the subjects of the survey were 10 Japanese mining companies and six trading firms.

“With regard to the question of the potential of the mining industry in the Philippines, out of 16 companies, 15 answered that the mining industry has potential, the Japanese companies deem the Philippine mineral potential to be very promising,” said Tajima.

The Philippines ranked first when these firms were surveyed as to the “high potential” of the country in mineral deposits. Indonesia was second, followed by Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos and Cambodia. Tajima noted that the Philippines was a large producer of copper, with the bulk exported to Japan.

Aoki said the “unstable and unreliable supply” of imported raw materials of ore prompted the Japanese government to venture into mining globally. "

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Re: AMALGAMATION: TREATING GOLD ORES
« Reply #22 on: January 17, 2011, 06:13:16 PM »
TELL IT TO THE MARINES....

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« Reply #23 on: January 17, 2011, 06:46:23 PM »
BACK TO MINING...Because of the two pics interrealationships, Philippines Mining History started as this....


The Philippine Mining Outlook   
The Philippines has been affirmed within the global mining industry as still an overly under-explored and under-optimized country in terms of its untapped potential mineralized areas.

Out of the 30 million hectares of Philippine land area, 30% is estimated to be mineralized equivalent to about 9 million hectares for potential mineral exploitation. So far though, a little over than 500,000 hectares are covered only with approved mining permits for exploration and development.

The mineral resource of the Philippines is estimated to be close to US$ 900 billion worth of deposits waiting to be mined out. This volume is theorized from its geological position within the Pacific Rim Ring of Fire where major volcanic and tectonic movements historically took place giving way to massive mineralization within the countries along this transpacific volcanic belt.
;) ;)

The Philippine enjoyed its mining glory days in the 1970s and early 1980s when it was ranked within the top 10 global exporters of minerals, accountable to about 50% of total Philippine exports. This figure has dwindled down to less than 2% annually from the 1990s till the present.

The apparent resurgence and revitalization of the mining industry in the Philippines came about once again from 2004 onwards triggered primarily by the the relaxation of foreign ownership restrictions and regulatory laws by the Philippine government, improvement in world metal market prices, the sustained demand in China, enhanced further by very significant and world-class deposit discoveries primarily in gold and copper and nickel to a great extent.

The influx of major global corporate mining players and giants into the Philippine exploration and mine development arena even more confirms that indeed a bull run for mining is now being enjoyed in the Philippines. All the more that the government has affirmed its claim that the Philippine mineral wealth in terms of ore deposits globally ranks 3rd largest for gold, 4th for copper, 5th for nickel and 6th largest for chromite.

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« Reply #24 on: January 17, 2011, 06:53:27 PM »
The Island Region of Mindanao in the Philippines has proven to have yielded the biggest world class discoveries of Cu-Au (copper-gold) porphyries in the recent years. These recent major deposit finds have been underlying within the peripheries of the Philippine Fault confirming mineralization theories evolving from major tectonic and volcanic movements within the Pacific Ring of Fire.

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« Reply #25 on: January 17, 2011, 07:07:16 PM »
These finds such as those from within established mineralized gold-copper districts of Surigao-Agusan and Diwalwal-Masara in Compostela Valley (within Region XI or Davao Region) have further revealed extended finds in those of Cotabato, Southern and Central Mindanao areas.  ;)

SUMMARY OF COPPER DEPOSIT POTENTIALS
Mineralization / Resource
   
Metric Tons
   
% Cu
1. Sulphide- Probable/Indicated    
100,000
   
8.5
    Porphyry – Possible/Inferred    
15,600,000
   
0.58
2. Oxide – Probable/Indicated    
20,000
   
10.00
    Possible/Inferred    
1,000,000
   
4.60
     
   
 
Indicative Valuation of Copper Deposit Potentials*

    * Average Grade of Indicative Potential Grade :

   
0.88% Cu

    * Projected Recovery based on Copper Grinding / Flotation / Heap leaching & related processing standards:

   
80%

    * Inferred Resource Estimate:

   
16.72 MMT

    * Conservative Projected Net Present Valuation at 10% discount rate at conservative $ 6,000/ton LME price levels

   
GOLD ORE ESTIMATES MAY SHOCK YOU...PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH
 

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Re: AMALGAMATION: TREATING GOLD ORES
« Reply #26 on: January 18, 2011, 04:27:01 AM »
Sir ben, not to mention the mining companies controlled by the japanese during the war..got any info of this? im curious coz of a story of a gold bar recovered and has a mark of a mine in lepanto during the war..

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« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2011, 04:48:20 AM »
It can be because most mining sites continued to operate during the war on the control of the Japanese. They needed the resources to fund their campaign and to stay afloat from the tremendous financial needs of the war.
« Last Edit: January 18, 2011, 04:51:13 AM by DINDO BAYAUA »

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« Reply #28 on: January 19, 2011, 03:06:05 PM »
Yeah friends, now we are connecting the dots and i mean, Really, it is very convenient for them to sieze and control ready made tunnels, ready made gold and etc., as per information from a very reliable source (a grandson of a japanese officer, a mestizo bagobo-japanese is now under my wing)

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« Reply #29 on: January 19, 2011, 03:12:34 PM »
Even Uranium was sourced by the Japs from the Germans and delivered by the Germans right straight to the Philippines (like a barter trading, Japs traded Gold for Uranium, they have their A-Bomb project too!!)
History was made of what we are today but it just cost a tiny , fine thread, Philippines could have been an annexed Japan Republic.....