Faith in Christ, surpasses ability of science and technology in location and development of water at Glory Hole Recreation area, Angels Camp, California.
December 24, 2004
In May 2004, my office manager was contacted by the department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation. They had difficulty obtaining water for the Glory Hole Recreation area at New Melones Lake.
Two years earlier they had drilled 5,000 total feet on a number of Geologist provided locations. The best location made 7 gallons a minute, and smelled of sulfur. This well provides water to the recreation area still until the new well is online. While not a health risk, the smell is a continuous source of complaint by visitors.
In 2003, seven more well locations, provided by Geologists, where drilled. These all proved to be dry holes.
This year, May 25, 2004 my office manager made arrangements for me to look at the recreation area to provide locations where I thought they could get 40 gallons per minute of water.
I found a number of reliable watercourses. At the depths I found them to be at, one stood out clearly to me as the best location. I estimated it to produce over 100 gallons per minute.
Other parties provided 6 additional locations using electronic fracture locating equipment.
In November 2004, my location and the 6 others were all drilled to 750 feet each. The only location that made a well was mine, and ultimately produced 20 gallons per minute.
November 23, 2004 we met at the Glory Hole Recreational area. After showing me the new area and finding some reliable water, I determined using my calculations that the best watercourse by far, both as a target in production wise, was the watercourse I provided the first time out. I had estimated 100+ gallons per minute, and we got 20 gallons per minute.
We went back to that site where the driller was still developing the 20 gallons per minute well.
I followed the watercourse to 75 feet away from the previous drill site, again I estimated 100+ gallons per minute, and marked the location to drill.
The dept. and the driller did everything right. They provided the efforts needed to hit a point in the ground with intention. They drilled and made 100+ gallons per minute. The Glory Hole.
This project undertaken by our government, became the closest thing to a scientific blind study, I've ever heard of or read of. We all looked at the same areas, and these are the results:
- 2002 – Geologists – 5000 feet drilled – 7 GPM. With sulfur.
- 2003 – Geologists – 7 dry holes.
- 2004 – Electronic fracture locating equipment – 6 dry holes.
- 2004 – Jack Coel – Faith and experience - Two locations:
- 1- 20 GPM well
- 1 - 100 GPM well.
- Total: 2 wells producing 120 gallons per minute.