Cayce Oil Drilling Venture – #9028

Edgar Cayce Drilling for Oil in Texas in the 1920s
If you do not believe Edgar Cayce is credible then read no further. In the 1920s, Edgar Cayce gave several readings that said that a Mother Pool of Oil was located at a specific spot in Central Texas. As strange as this seems, this prospect is supported by a significant amount of modern technical data, including a deep water well that flowed oil to the mud pit while drilling. A very recent geological study from a highly respected geological engineering consulting firm determined that there is a high probability that much of this acreage (17,000 acres) will produce oil. A separate PhD geophysicist’s study concluded that the area contains a huge oil field.

There has never been any oil production in this county; however, the acreage has never been adequately tested. This is a wildcat drilling venture; however, based on the technical data, this project has a very high reward-to-risk ratio. Minimum participation $10,000 (only from private shareholder); maximum available $1,000,000. Contact the Energy Exchange and Project Coordinator, David Allisone will contact you with additional information.

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One Response to “Cayce Oil Drilling Venture – #9028”

  1. David Allisone Says:

    As a geologist, I believe that there is merit to the Edgar Cayce Readings regarding a Mother Pool of Oil in San Saba County, Texas.

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