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The Earth's Energy
Core of one of the world's largest calderas
Kyushu is one of the world's well-known volcanic zones.SGE stone and
SGE water are produced in a northeastern mountain range in Kyushu
where mountains over 1,000 meters high run from Oita Prefecture to
Miyazaki Prefecture. These mountains have mineral deposits in the
Shimanto stratum which was formed from the Cretaceous period in the Mesozoic era (about 130 million years ago) to the Tertiary period in the Cenzoic era (about 15 million years ago). The Shimanto stratum is said
to have been formed when seamounts and ocean plateaus of the mid-southeastern Pacific Ocean ridge approached along with the 100-
million-year movements of the tectonic plates and collided with Japan. Terrigenous deposits were then added and the stratum was formed.
It is especially noteworthy that the area has traces of the world's largest caldera, one much larger than that of Mt. Aso, which is well-known as one
f the world's largest, and is located in the center of the group of calderas formed by the active volcanic activities of Mt. Sobo, Mt. Katamuki, and Mt. Ookue during the Mesozoic era. The birth of the world's largest caldera about 15 million years ago coincides with the formation of the Japanese archipelago separating it from the Asian continent. The SGE mineral zone was formed in the midst of the dynamic process which unfolded in the mysterious drama of the creation of the earth.
Ten thousand year old metamorphic rock
SGE stone is an energy mineral that was produced by the energy of the.
earth. which formed one of the world's largest calderas, taking as long as ten thousand years. How was SGE stone produced? We uncovered the mystery by analyzing the chemical composition of the rock-forming minerals that constitute SGE stone.
SGE stone was first formed by the large-scale volcanic activities of Mt. Sobo,
Katamuki, and Ookue from the late Mesozoic era to the Cenzoic era (from about 60 to 15 million years ago). Large-scale volcanic activities of Mt. Ookue and an approximately 30 km diameter area surrounding Mt. Ookue produced one of the world's largest calderas and made a significant impact on the Shimanto stratum which had been formed earlier.
SGE stone is regarded as a new mineral called "Hornfels" which was produced
by the metamorphism of sand stones of the Shimanto stratum accumulated
at the bottom of the sea through the post-igneous activity magmatism and metamorphism of the granite magma gushed out by the large-scale volcanic activities of Mt. Ookue. Metamorphic minerals such as cordierite
[(Fe,Mg)2 Al4 Si5 O18] and other minerals with specific chemical composites tell us that the stone has been aged for about ten thousand years by volatile volcanic gas at about 400 to 500 degrees Celsius emitted by the granite magma.
Abundant trace elements and rare earth elements
The rock forming minerals and their main composites contained in SGE stone. reveal its unique features. One of these features is that SGE stone contains trace elements that are not seen in ordinary rocks, such as vanadium, radon, rubidium, titanium, and zirconium, and rare earth elements of original constituents of the earth, such as lanthanum, lutetium, and erbium, in addition to the basic elements including silicon dioxide (Sio2), magnesium oxide (MgO), aluminum oxide (Al2O3), ferric oxide (Fe2O3), and potassium oxide (K2O).
These composites suggest that this unique energy mineral was created when various trace elements emitted from volcanic magma, the core of the earth's energy, formed gases which over a period of ten thousand years entered the particle space of sand stone and formed hornfels.
|Super Growth Energy Stone - An energy mineral created over a period of ten thousand years by the same forces that created one of the earth's largest calderas.|
|SGE - From the Viewpoint of Geology|