The Lyra project comprises 52,482 hectares and directly adjoins Continental Gold Inc.'s (TSX: CNL) Buriticá project, covering more than 25km of the Tonusco Fault that extends south from the Buriticá vein system. Data compiled by the Instituto Colombiano de Geología y Minería ("Ingeominas") shows 50 of 61 samples on Lyra are non-detectable to 0.3 g Au/t - while 11 samples are greater than 0.3 g Au/t - with 6 of those 11 samples greater than 10 g Au/t. Those higher-grade samples likely reflect sampled veins, but detailed data was not provided by Ingeominas. Current Miranda reconnaissance shows five areas on Lyra where mapped colluvium indicates the presence of porphyritic intrusives. The Ingeominas samples are historic and have not been confirmed by Miranda, but are considered reliable and may indicate anomalous areas and the location of possible veins.