The Gold Rush

There have been many gold rushes across the world at different times, yet none as iconic and significant as the California gold rush. On January 24th, 1848, James W. Marshall found a flake of gold in the water wheel of shutter’s mill… Read More

Myth Magic & Medicine

Touched coins are spiritual tools “touched” with power or charged with intention. They are then carried around or touched to transfer an effect… Read More


Gold is much more common in outer space than it is on earth. It is theorized to be part of the dust from which solar systems form and is a byproduct of the fusion… Read More


Silver is a soft, white, lustrous metal used since the 4th millennium BCE. Native silver is very rare. It is tree shaped and highly coveted for its beauty. Silver’s name originates from Proto-Indo-European… Read More


There are six platinum group metals. These include platinum, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, and osmium. Platinum’s uses rage from jewelry to… Read More


Palladium is much more abundant than platinum. It is highly reactive, especially with hydrogen. This makes it perfect for hydrogen storage and fuel cells… Read More

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