West on Route 66, just out side of Oatman Arizona, sits the Jodabo mines. Jodabo is a collection of 18 mining claim each containing 20.66 acres, for a total of 371.88 acres. Pictured here is the outer boundaries of the 371 acres super-imposed over a topographic map.
The mountain contains three different layers of rock, all of which are abundant in precious metals.
Top Layer This layer is composed of Rhyolite ore. Containing the heaviest concentration of precious metals: Rhodium, Platinum, Palladium, Gold, Ruthenium, Osmium, and Indium. Rhyolite
Rhyolite This ore has assayed out at hundreds of ounces of Rhodium Platinum and Gold per ton. There are currently multiple methods for refining ore of this nature. Most of these methods are new. Many can be found with a simple internet search for “refining precious metals out of volcanic ore.”
Middle Layer A ribbon of quartz heavy in gold and silver is found in the center section of the mountain, as well as ribbons and pockets found through out the claims Quartz
Quartz Ore This ore has assayed at as much as 200 ounces a ton, and none at less then 10 ounces a ton. There is also a pocket of quarts gold containing an estimated 62,000 ounces of gold. Quartz ore has been the major source of gold for thousands of years. The process of refining quartz has changed little in the last hundred years.
Bottom Layer At the base of the mountain is Andesite, an ore that is also loaded with precious metals. Andesite
Andesite This ore contains the same precious metals as the Rhyolite ore, however in lower concentrations, most of this ore assays out at about 80 oz of platinum per ton, and 25 oz of gold per ton. The refining methods for this ore is the same as that referred to with the Rhyolite Ore.
This mountain has been of interest to miners for over a hundred years. It is found in one of the oldest and richest mineralized areas in the United States. Due to new technology this whole mountain is waiting to be turned into ingots. Rhyolite Quartz Andesite
The research compiled on these ore groups has been compiled from several different sources, such as certified labs using I.S.P. mass-spectrometer technology, Geological surveying, and core drilling. All parties interested in verifying any of the information are encouraged to do so. We will make all efforts to help make access available for sampling for the purpose of performing there own test. More information available to serious buyers upon request.