Cristol Enterprises LLC is a Nevada Company founded in 2009 to seek out and develop
mineral projects exhibiting significant potential. These projects range from “grass root”
exploration, to “post-discovery” proven reserves ready for production mining. The
company is led by a diverse team of business professionals and serial entrepreneurs,
specializing in the fields of general operations, geology, strategic planning, technology,
and investment sourcing (see “Appendix A” for resumes).
Currently, the company has three primary projects ranging from intrusive gold bearing
breccias, to alluvial gold deposits. Our own team has vetted all of these opportunities,
and all show significant potential to become overwhelming investment opportunities.
The projects are as follows;
Arizona “Bernard” Gold Project:
The Arizona “Bernard” Gold Project is a lode bearing detachment fault system, where the
primary focus is a mineralized vein possessing anomalous gold values in upwards of 1.3
ounces per ton at the surface. The vein has a well-marked surface outcrop of over 2800
ft. in length, and through core drilling was determined to be over 380 ft. deep. The width,
which is yet to be fully determined, has been measured at over 12 ft. in certain areas.
Detachment faults may be considered, to be large-scale gravity slide or gravity
displacement faults, with origin by reason of tectonic extension rather than horizontal
compression as with thrust faults. The Earth’s crust was thinned here in Tertiary time by
extension due to differential plate tectonic movement, with the result that large blocks of
relatively higher crustal material slid across and onto intervening lower ground. The
force of this displacement crushed the fault zone and broke up strata both within the
hanging wall and the foot wall of the fault plane, resulting in highly-permeable zones
through which mineralizing solutions, probably ari