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Korea Top 10 - South Korea - Munsu Temple in Ulsan - Rock that attracts coins

I have also found a stone that attracts coins while I was searching for Gold. I am sorry, but I have destroyed it. I found it in a river when I was searching with metall detector. Theire was only one stone like this. I put it into my bag. I have planned to destroy it when I was at home. When I took it out of the bag my keys hold on it for a second - i was wondering - testing the stone with a magnet - no result - so I first think it was a kind of dirt / glue on my keys. That was a mistake. I hear a voice do not destry it. I feal sorry for the stone, but I want to know if theire was Gold in it. I found no Gold only Crystals and a bit of minerals. After seeing this movie and rembering that in the Christ Bibel was standing do not destoy stones I feal sorry for the stone - again. I have tested it again only one big part of the stone has sometimes a low attraction force to coins, much weaker - it was strong enougth to hold 86 Gramm for a second now it can only hold 4 Gramm for 1/4 Sec. That means through the destruction it has lost 98.837 Percent of the Crystalin Power. I found something that looks like a heart. I think Buddah is living in the Stone of the Temple. Please donīt rub ! or destroy it have patience with Your trys with coins. You do not need a flat surface.



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