MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD
|Borderland Sciences Research Foundation
MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD by Ray Pendergraft
Pascalite ... a unique clay with amazing properties, gifted to Humanity by Nature. Known to the American Indians as EE-WAH-KEE- The Earth That Heals - Pascalite was named after Emile Pascal, a French trapper who first introduced it to the Western world.
Found only in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, Pascalite exists as an eighteen-foot vein of dense, cream-colored, cheese-like material. It is super rich in organically assimiable minerals and trace elements. Pascalite is hand-mined underground and solar dried in the mountains, then powdered for internal and external use.
Since its distribution as "Life Mud" in the 1930's, up to the present day, users of Pascalite have reported many dramatic health enhancing results from this enigmatic substance. Pascalite has been found to have many uses in promoting health in plants, animals and humans.
More Precious Than Gold reads as a compelling episode of American history, relating the unique story of Ray and Peggie Pendergraft, two pionners whose eventful lives have become totally intertwined with the curious and continuing saga of Pascalite.
Publisher: Borderland Sciences Research Foundation (1994)