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26.05.10 16:57:57
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.584.963 von IIBI am 26.05.10 13:09:11hmm scheint zu laufen! wenn wir über 35 Cent gehen geht er ab der Fisch!
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interessanter gestriger PR laufen die Bohrungen.
20.05.10 10:51:26
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TerraX Minerals Inc. has entered into an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Blackfly gold property in northwest Ontario. The property consists of five claims totaling 64 claim units (10 square kilometres) located 10 kilometres northwest of the town of Atikokan, 180 kilometres west of Thunder Bay and 17 kilometres from Brett Resources' (TSX-V: BBR) Hammond Reef deposit, which contains a National Instrument 43-101 compliant resource of 155 million tones grading 1.04 grams per tonne gold (approximately 5.2 million ounces gold). The geology and known mineralization on the Blackfly property are similar to the Hammond Reef deposit and the Blackfly deposit appears to be along strike from Hammond Reef. The Blackfly property is 22 kilometres west of TerraX's recently acquired Sunbeam property.

As does the Hammond Reef deposit, the Blackfly property occurs on the western edge of the Marmion Batholith, which contains a number of phases, varying from tonalite to quartz diorite. Gold mineralization is associated with northeast trending lineaments traceable for up to 80 kilometres within and along the margin of the batholith. The lineaments are thought to represent faults or shear zones. Mineralization occurs in and adjacent to quartz vein systems within the shear zone, and is associated with pyrite and alteration consisting of sericitization, saussuritization, carbonatization and chloritization.

Gold-bearing quartz and quartz-carbonate veins were discovered on the Blackfly property around 1897, but the majority of previous exploration took place between 1938 and 1949. This includes the sinking of a 14 metre shaft in 1938. According to the Ontario Geological Survey, mineralization consists of pyrite, galena, and possible arsenopyrite with accessory chlorite, sericite, ankerite and epidote. Sampling by the Ontario Geological Survey produced values of 8.75 grams per tonne gold over 0.35 metres in a quartz vein and 3.44 grams per tonne gold in wallrock. TerraX visited the property briefly in May of 2009, taking two sulphide-bearing quartz vein samples which ran 2.24 grams per tonne and 167 grams per tonne gold respectively. Although the over-riding target for TerraX is a large, low grade gold deposit similar to Hammond Reef, the grades obtained to date from the quartz veins suggests that the property may also have potential for a smaller, higher grade deposit.

TerraX's initial plans for the property include following up known mineralization and mapping/prospecting of structural targets. Results from a government-sponsored airborne magnetic survey, justified in part by the results of Brett Resources' exploration, were released on July 7, 2009. This data should help TerraX develop additional targets on the property.

19.05.10 16:17:22
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19.05.10 15:47:52
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14.04.10 06:51:56
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TerraX adds to Sunbeam-Pettigrew Property, Completes Geophysics on all Atikokan Properties

TerraX Minerals is pleased to report that ground geophysical surveys have now been completed on all three of its gold exploration properties near Atikokan, northwest Ontario The Sunbeam-Pettigrew, Blackfly and Central Canada properties are located within 20 km of the town of Atikokan, 180 km west of Thunder Bay, and are all within 19 km of Brett Resources' (TSX-V: BBR) Hammond Reef deposit.

Geophysics was conducted over mineralized lineaments identified during field work undertaken by TerraX during the fall of 2009. As at Hammond Reef, mineralization on TerraX’s properties occurs in quartz veins and altered granite. In both cases, gold content appears to be roughly proportional to the amount of pyrite in the rock. Induced Polarization (“IP”) surveying is the best method to detect disseminated pyrite, thus IP anomalies will constitute drill targets. Magnetic surveying was also completed, in order to provide more information about structures and alteration.

On the Blackfly property, TerraX conducted detailed IP surveying (50 to 100 m line spacing) over a 500 m strike length containing the Blackfly Zone, where grab samples assayed up to 167 g/t gold during 2009, and reconnaissance IP (150 m line spacing) over a 1.8 km strike length of the main lineament in the northeast part of the property. Ground magnetics were conducted on both grids. The lineament in the northeast part of the property is the southwest extension to a gold-bearing zone recently drilled by Sparton Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SRI).

On the Sunbeam-Pettigrew property, TerraX surveyed a two km strike length of the Pettigrew lineament with reconnaissance IP and magnetics, including a zone where grab samples returned up to 10.2 g/t Au during field-work in 2009. A 1.6 km strike length of the Sunbeam lineament, including the AL198 Zone which returned 16.2 g/t Au during sampling in 2009, was surveyed with magnetics only, as the geophysical survey was cut short due to an unusually early spring break-up.

On the Central Canada property, reconnaissance IP and magnetic surveying covered the main mineralized zone, which returned grab sample values up to 22.9 g/t Au in 2009.

In total, 54.15 line km of magnetic surveying and 32.5 line km of IP surveying were completed on five grids on the three properties. TerraX has not yet received all the geophysical data, and is processing the data as it arrives. The results of the IP, including maps, will be released after all data has been processed. Preparations are underway for a drill program to test IP chargeability anomalies later this spring.

TerraX recently added an additional forty-seven claim units in five claims (approximately 7.5 sq km) to the southern portion of the Sunbeam-Pettigrew property. The claims were staked to cover the southwest extension of the 2.8 km long Burger Lineament - an additional three km of strike length has now been acquired. The lineament contains the Burger Zone, a mineralized zone at least 400 m long, where 28 of 34 samples collected by TerraX in 2009 were anomalous in Au (>20 ppb), including previously reported samples of 15.6 g/t, 6.14 g/t and 4.79 g/t Au. This land acquisition further strengthens TerraX's position as one of the major landholders of prospective ground in the burgeoning Marmion Batholith gold district. For more information on these properties, including updated graphics and property maps, please visit our web site at

The technical information contained in this news release has been verified by Dr. Tom Setterfield, P.Geo., Vice President Exploration, who is a Qualified Person as defined in "National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Properties."

On behalf of the Board of Directors


Joseph Campbell, P.Geo
31.03.10 17:42:21
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Hier eine kurze Zusammenfassung zu TerraX Minerals:

Shares Issued: 12,620,000

Targeting Canadian Gold Deposits

· Three Gold Properties within and on the margins of the Marmion Batholith, NW Ontario.

· All properties within 17 km of Brett Resources’ 6.7 Moz Hammond Reef Gold Deposit, in a similar geological setting.

· Gold occurs in quartz veins and surrounding altered granite; mineralization controlled by extensive structures/lineaments.

· Anomalous Gold discovered over lengths up to 9 km in lineaments.

· TerraX sampling produced up to 16.2 g/t Au on the Sunbeam-Pettigrew property, 167 g/t Au on the Blackfly property and 22.9 g/t Au on the Central Canada property.

· Induced Polarization (IP) surveys underway – Drilling to follow early 2010.
25.03.10 21:26:00
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.217.337 von Popeye82 am 25.03.10 19:30:5155 stimmt, wie komme ich auf 55.000???
25.03.10 19:30:51
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.212.282 von fernandopessoa am 25.03.10 11:00:27
Sind im übrigen 55 &nicht 55.000km2. :laugh: ;)

25.03.10 19:28:32
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.212.282 von fernandopessoa am 25.03.10 11:00:27
Unternehmen in der Größenordnung kaufen sich m.E.n. hauptsächlich schon nachgewiesen größere/"lohnenswerte", bzw. fortgeschrittene Projekte. Von daher, ohne viel angeschaut zu haben, würde ich Dir jetzt mal zu 95% prognostizieren, dass das mit "Osisko anklopfen" hier nichts wird.

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