HELP PLEASE AND THANK YOU…I’ve discovered High grade complex mineral ores

sugar2679

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Hello all hope all is well!! I’m from the beautiful state of Pennsylvania and during my adventures in homelessness I’ve discovered what I believe to be high grade complex ores many of which are encrystallated I also believe most of these treasures were hand forged and carved by the same people who were forced to erect stone walls as a form of torcher. With the extremely large amount of them it almost seems like for each stone placed on the walls another one was also created all ranging in size. They are some of the most beautiful things and colors I’ve ever seen. Most morphing into a different animal and scene with each turn of the stone. Sadly a lot of the designs have worn away because of the high sulfur content in the soil(no testing performed just a guess). I’m extremely new to all of this so I’ve just been trying to put the pieces together. I’ve also been trying to find my next steps for turning these beauties into gross green cash as I am still currently without a home and everything and everyone I’ve tried consulting has been a dead end since so few people are aware of where these precious minerals originate. I’ve taken so many photographs trying to learn about lighting and angles but as many are aware it is extremely difficult to get them to translate well in photos. I’ve even tried refining myself first with chemicals and then fire. Both sadly were unsuccessful. That was mostly due to my extreme lack of funds. I have been learning so much and really look forward to any knowledge and insight this great forum can offer!! Thank you all in advance and have a wonderful everything!!
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Having some difficulty uploading pics but I’ll keep trying
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Thank you for your input and I’m well informed on pareidolia as so many others along my journey for answers has given that same answer. I really had hope for this forum but that very first response isn’t looking good
 

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Having some difficulty uploading pics but I’ll keep trying
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You post a picture of a rock with a some what confusing write up.
Mention a few times that your cashless and wanting to turn these into $$$

You have to be a Charter Member to sell on the forum

There's really nothing that stands out in these rocks
The other member stated a plausible reason for what you're seeing, and I tend to agree with them.
 

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Thank you for your input and I’m well informed on pareidolia as so many others along my journey for answers has given that same answer. I really had hope for this forum but that very first response isn’t looking good
Southfork is giving you the truth, the rocks are natural, any animal shapes or scenes you think you see is caused by pareidolia. The forum is trying to help just like you asked in opening post even though you may not like the answers.
 
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Southfork is giving you the truth, the rocks are natural, any animal shapes or scenes you think you see is caused by pareidolia. The forum is trying to help just like you asked in opening post even though you may not like the answers.
Ok let’s forget about the carvings. My bad for adding that. How about the gold,copper,silver,iron and any other ingredients they may contain? WhT do I do with that?
 

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Ok let’s forget about the carvings. My bad for adding that. How about the gold,copper,silver,iron and any other ingredients they may contain? WhT do I do with that?
How do you actually know what the mineral composition is of the samples?
Assay report?
Or just a gut feeling?
 
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How do you actually know what the mineral composition is of the samples?
Assay report?
Or just a gut feeling?
I’ve been researching and learning for almost 2 years. I did find someone who was able to xrf scan about 6 of them. Different from the pics posted as I’m still trying to upload the scanned ones but I’ve heard a lot of mixed info on the scanning as well
 

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You need to get an assay report.
 

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There's no gold in your samples, maybe some iron. Here's what you need to look for, just like a gold ring. This shows different samples of different gold types and formations. All have quartz. Look for this color. It shines naturally but doesn't usually reflect at all.
 

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