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1. In this thread I am going to share why I believe FRIDAY, JUNE 28th, 2019 will be a very significant day! Approx 2wks ago I kept bumping into a # & it continued for days. I watched, played w/ a few thoughts & it revealed some highly fascinating details! It lead me to 6/28/2019
2. What will happen FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH, 2019? I have no idea! 😂LOL Nothing may happen💁‍♀️, but then again, it may & that would be pretty incredible considering what I have here!😮 I will line up some interesting coincidences.… or are they?
3. Parts of this may be a big pill for most to swallow but I’m not asking you to believe anything here. I am only laying out what I found that coincides & could be very related & . Only time will tell! Here goes…
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I had exactly 30min entry-to-exit to explore @hmns.

I’d heard they have a solid collection of trilobites & the massive cut blue sapphire Siren of Serendip is a special exhibit.

But with the clock ticking down, I raced up the stairs & tumbled into Cullen Hall of Gems & Minerals. Museum wall sign of icons indicating different types of exhibits
#Crocoite: Shiny red-orange spiketastic lead chromate.

Despite being named for colour-matching saffron, lead makes it firmly “Do Not Lick.”

This particular spikefren is from Adelaide Mine, Tasmania, sticking with “everything cute in Australia can secretly kill you” theme. Adamantine red-orange long prismatic crystalsAdamantine red-orange long prismatic crystalsAdamantine red-orange long prismatic crystals
#Fluorite: a honkin’ massive cube of calcium fluorite with that particular dull-waxy translucence I wanna pet so bad.

No UV light to see if it’d fluoresce pretty colours for me.

From Nikolaevskiy Mine in Russia where hot sulfide solutions crystallized in limestone caverns. Large translucent pale green cube with smaller cube to sideClose-up of cubical facets
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Kenya has shot up to 2nd Place after DRC.
MINING IN KENYA - the untold story of Gems under Kenya's Earth.
A Blue Sapphire mined from Garbatulla, Isiolo Kenya.
#thebigconservationlie
#thebigwhitelie
Worth far more is the Yellow Sapphire, also from Garbatulla, Isiolo Kenya. For further info, contact the following and do not let them give you the run-around.
@UKenyatta President of Kenya, PS Minerals and Petroleum @ps_madinikenya and
@MadiniKenya
#thebigwhitelie
#Tsavorite is another of the world’s rarest gems with only ONE source yet discovered - here in Tsavo,East Africa. Gemologically it is superior to #Emerald on all counts, being harder, brighter and a more pure green.
#thebigwhitelie
#thebigconservationlie
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