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Bishop John H. Koyle was shown an ancient nephite mine by heavenly messengers and and also shown the future by 2 translated nephite apostles in 1914. His life mission . . . the Relief Mine is located on the foot hills east of Salem, Utah. He was told that it will be opened and mined again when the United States goes into an 80% economic crash. Shortly after that the President of the United States and his VP are killed and the federal government no longer exists for a period of time. The gold from the mine will be the means of keeping the local economy prospering. Millions of refuges will flee to the Rocky Mountains as seen by Pres. John Taylor when chaos is let loose just as Joseph Smith prophecied. This mine will be part of the financial means of beginning and maintaining the political Kingdom of God as it grows to become the most powerful kingdom on earth.

To see the FILES and PHOTOS . . . you'll need to go to the top here and click JOIN THIS GROUP.

There is an ongoing updated book on the Bishop and the mine. New information is coming forth all the time. There is also information on the mine is in the LINKS. The PHOTOS files has over 60 great pictures to look at including many of the mill. Take a look.

STOCK:
No stock is currently available through the Relief Mine office. Occasionally stock is listed for sale through emails to memebers of this group.

Questions about Bishop Koyle or the Relief Mine can be privately submitted to me, the list owner. Thanks for coming to visit us here at the Dream Mine.

DOC / listowner / doc21hansen@gmail.com

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