In what has been described as modern day alchemy, scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Far East branch have announced they have devised a method to extract gold from coal.


Amando Flavio

The Russian Federation is on good course to breaking the financial monopoly of the West. For some time now, both Russia and China have bought vast quantities of gold that is available on the world market.

The main objective by these two countries is to collapse the Rothschild banking dynasty, which is protecting the Western financial status quo. In 1971, the United States president at the time, Richard Nixon, unilaterally cancelled the direct international convertibility of the United States dollar to gold. Abandoning the gold standard means a protection of the Federal Reserve, which of course, is controlled by the Rothschild banking dynasty.


China and Russia are leading an economic bloc called BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). Buying more gold means these countries are gradually dumping the United States dollar and backing their currencies with the surety of gold. The BRICS countries, led by Russia and China, hope to bring an end to the Western financial monopoly.

Gold is scarce. It is a precious metal. If it is available in abundance, the financial monopoly of the West would crumble. Both medieval and modern researchers have tried to transmute matter from one state to the other. It is believed if the process is discovered, humans could then convert base metals to precious metals like gold.


In July 2016, a big announcement was made. At the Swiss city of Geneva, Russia announced the discovery of a method to transmute any element into another element in the periodic table, and beyond. The discovery was made by two of the country’s theoretical and experimental scientists — Mrs Tamara Sahno and Mr Victor Kurashov. The researchers were trying to figure out how to fuel a spacecraft using any element found in space, when they made the accidental discovery.

The transmutation process does not involve nuclear reactions or heavy water. The researchers revealed the economic consequence of their discovery cannot be currently projected. However, we know this new discovery is revolutionary, and it is making the Western elite very uncomfortable.

To make matters worse for the western elites, Russian researchers are making mind-blowing discoveries. In what has been described as modern day alchemy, scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Far East branch have announced they have devised a method to extract gold from coal.

To create the gold, the researchers explained that smoke created in burning coal goes through a hundred-fold purifying system. The residue is then flushed through a filter with water, allowing a gold concentrate to be extracted that is later used to make the precious metal.

Although the process of extracting the gold from the coal is not as productive as the researchers were hoping, it is a step forward for the advancement of knowledge which would bring some form of economic benefit to humans.

According to the sponsor of the experiment, burning one ton of coal yields only 0.5 grams of gold, which is equivalent to 1,500 rubles (about $23).

“We burn a ton – we gain 1,500 rubles,” Oleg Ageev, CEO of Complex Innovative Technologies of the Amur Scientific Center, said in a press statement. Ageev revealed the discovery of gold lacing in coal is the result of 15 years of study from different fields.

The researchers said they are planning to test the gold-making equipment in one of the Amur region’s boiler houses this year, and ultimately, hope to receive a grant from the Russian federal government to develop and implement an industrial grade device. The researchers hope they can make their discovery effective and productive by working with coal burning houses to produce the precious metal in significant quantities.



The researchers wrote: “We plan to use municipal boiler houses to implement our filtering system because they burn about eight to 10 thousand tons in a season, and that’s potentially 10 kilos of gold.”