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from Stan - How to Find a 177 oz. Gold Nugget
February 10, 2013

The Wealthy Adventurer

Sunny Greetings from Cuenca!

How to find a 177 oz. gold nugget...

Before I go to bed, I want to fill you in on some updates at the Wealthy Adventurer’s University. Here is what’s new in the Lecture Hall:

Have you ever seen a 177 oz. gold nugget before? One was just discovered and you have to see this monster to believe it! Take a peek.

Did you know that a secret door has just been discovered in the ruins of Machu Picchu? A geophysical survey reveals some rooms, a stairway and something even more astounding! Check it out.

There are many signs that there was an ancient, very advanced civilization on this planet. Just look at the astounding evidence.

Cuenca, Ecuador is a great place to live. The only problem is that thousands of other Americans think so too. I think I hear more English on the street than Spanish. Why the great migration?

Did you know that $114 billion in cash was withdrawn from the U.S.’s largest banks in December? Where did all of the cash go? Did you know that the U.S. Mint was forced to close its doors for a while in December because they couldn’t meet demand? Can you see the connection? Read the details here and see why you may want to jump on the bandwagon soon too (if you already haven’t). I call this "Urban Survivial".

Yes, I’m back in the gold mining business again. Why? One of the reasons is because of the news I just described above. There are a few other reasons too. Read more details about my most recent gold discoveries here in Ecuador.

I’ll be back to you in the coming week with a special gift. I want to share some tips and tricks about how to find gold near where you live.

Here’s to Health, Wealth & Adventure,



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