“We have been lied to from cradle to grave”, says JS Mineset’s Bill Holter. And there’s no better example of that than the question of the US gold reserves at Fort Knox, which haven’t been audited in more than 60 years. Recently, US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin visited Fort Knox, and after the visit, without a single picture or shred of proof, he tweeted “Glad gold is safe” – which when you think about it, is probably true. It’s safe in the hands of the Rothschild banking establishment. A 15-year old article from The Globe detailed what REALLY happened to the US gold reserves at Fort Knox, and it’s likely a far more accurate version of the truth than anything former Goldman Sachs banker Steve Mnuchin has to say about it. Here’s the Christopher Bolyn video: DC 911 Truth Panel- Christopher Bollyn – “It’s Israeli Policy, Not US Policy” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chzss…
Federal Reserve Admits: We Have No Gold ! – Where is the Gold of the Planet?
Featured Image: Actual Forrest Finn Hidden Treasure Chest which has spiked the greatest treasure hunt in modern history.
I’ve not posted to the THEI Treasure Chest for some time although its an extremely popular category. Sorry about that. But there are still lots of treasures out there, both big and small, to be found!
Sadly our first post reminds us of just how deadly this hobby can be. Be careful in your search, please. (We can’t afford to lose even one regular to our site). . .Dennis Crenshaw
Man Dies While Searching For $2M Treasure Reportedly Buried In Rocky Mountains
Published on Jun 19, 2017
A treasure hunter may have given his life in a search for $2 million in gold. Paris Wallace, 52, vanished along a remote stretch of the Rio Grande in New Mexico. He’s the latest victim in the search for a chest full of treasure which an eccentric millionaire named Forrest Fenn says he buried seven years ago in the Rocky Mountains. Fenn wrote clues to where the treasure was buried in his book, ‘The Thrill of the Chase.’ Thousands have become obsessed with the finding the loot.
State Police Chief asks Forrest Fenn to call off treasure hunt
Three armed men stole approximately $4 million in gold Sunday during a brazen armed robbery that took place on an interstate highway in North Carolina, the security guards transporting the valuables told police.
According to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, the two armed TrasValue Inc. guards said their armored truck experienced mechanical problems on I-95 that forced them to pull over to the side of the road around 6:30 p.m. . . . Read Complete Report
Unnao gold hunt leads to digging for precious metal elsewhere
LUCKNOW: The Unnao gold hunt has led to illegal digging at forts and temples rumoured to have hidden treasures in Uttar Pradesh.
Shobhan Sarkar, the seer who had “dreamt” about 1,000 tonne gold buried under Unnao’s Daundia Khera fort, had said the precious metal was hidden in Fatehpur’s Adampur area as well. . . . Read Complete Report
From SFGate Updated 7:40 am, Friday, September 27, 2013
BERLIN (AP) — Attention all passengers: could the person who left a stash of gold bars and a pile of banknotes in the luggage deposit at Cologne’s main railway station kindly contact German police? . . . Read Complete Report
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