CWRI Sells Mining Interests to Dominion of Melchizedek

May 16, 2000, 01:00 ET from Countryland Wellness Resorts, Inc.

    LAS VEGAS, May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Countryland Wellness Resorts, Inc.
 (CWRI) sold its mining interests in Plumas County, California to a foreign
 ecclesiastical sovereignty in exchange for Treasury Bills ("T-Bills") having a
 face value of $2,418,000,000.00, issued by the Dominion of Melchizedek
 ("DOM").  The T-Bills, payable without interest, mature on May 27, 2005.  The
 Company has booked the T-Bills at face value.  As additional consideration,
 DOM has credited to the account of the Company 300,000,000.00 Dominion Dollars
 (the official currency of DOM), from which the Company has acquired a 5-year
 Certificate of Deposit issued by the DOM state owned and licensed bank, Bank
 of Salem.  Bank of Salem is not licensed within the United States of America,
 nor is it associated with any U.S.A. bank.
     DOM as an ecclesiastical sovereignty has suffered significant adverse
 publicity because journalists and others have falsely labeled DOM as a
 "country" when in fact DOM has always classified itself as an "ecclesiastical
 sovereignty."  The major negative publicity is available at the DOM news
 section link to its web site at www.melchizedek.com.
     The ability of DOM to pay the T-Bills at maturity is subject to a number
 of conditions, such as its acquisition of sufficient foreign capital or the
 Plumas mines producing enough revenues to pay off the T-Bills at maturity.
 The Company has agreed to put the mines into production on behalf of DOM, and
 will be permitted to retain as much as 60% of net revenues from production to
 pay down the principal amount of the T-Bills before maturity.
     DOM received title to the mining properties through a corporation
 incorporated under the laws of DOM.  "The International Monetary Reserve"
 ("TIMR"), which is qualified to do business in California and Florida, and
 which is separately incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada.  DOM
 is the controlling shareholder of TIMR, which is not related to the similarly
 named "International Monetary Fund," ("IMF").  TIMR shares are quoted on the
 offshore Internet stock exchange "Dominion Worldwide Stock Exchange" that is
 regulated and managed by DOM outside the United States.  It may be necessary
 for DOM to sell its shares in TIMR to pay off the T-Bills, however it is
 unknown if a sufficient market will develop for those shares.  In the
 alternative, the Company has an option, at any time prior to maturity, to
 elect to receive full payment for the T-Bills in the form of Dominion Dollars.
 The Company may elect to exercise this option should a strong market emerge
 for Dominion Dollars.
     According to DOM there are less than $100,000,000 of its T-Bills issued to
 its citizens and third parties prior to those issued to the Company.  DOM has
 indicated that its reason for acquiring the Plumas mining properties is based
 on its plan to float an Internet and printed currency, Dominion Dollars, in
 the world market.  With the proven reserves at the Plumas property, DOM's
 currency can be backed by gold.
     The Company's top officers are citizens and ambassadors-at-large of this
 ecclesiastical sovereignty, but DOM owns none of the securities issued by the
 Company.
     Further details can be obtained by referring to those documents provided
 in the Company's Form 10Q and Form 8K filings with the Securities and Exchange
 Commission.
     Investors are cautioned that this transaction involves risks and
 uncertainties.  Investors who seek more information about the company's
 business and relevant risk factors may wish to review the company's periodic
 reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission including, but not
 limited to, its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Reports
 on Form 10-Q.  This is not a solicitation to invest and certain material facts
 may be omitted or not fully disclosed.  The company urges caution in trading
 its securities until it provides further details.
 
 

SOURCE Countryland Wellness Resorts, Inc.
    LAS VEGAS, May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Countryland Wellness Resorts, Inc.
 (CWRI) sold its mining interests in Plumas County, California to a foreign
 ecclesiastical sovereignty in exchange for Treasury Bills ("T-Bills") having a
 face value of $2,418,000,000.00, issued by the Dominion of Melchizedek
 ("DOM").  The T-Bills, payable without interest, mature on May 27, 2005.  The
 Company has booked the T-Bills at face value.  As additional consideration,
 DOM has credited to the account of the Company 300,000,000.00 Dominion Dollars
 (the official currency of DOM), from which the Company has acquired a 5-year
 Certificate of Deposit issued by the DOM state owned and licensed bank, Bank
 of Salem.  Bank of Salem is not licensed within the United States of America,
 nor is it associated with any U.S.A. bank.
     DOM as an ecclesiastical sovereignty has suffered significant adverse
 publicity because journalists and others have falsely labeled DOM as a
 "country" when in fact DOM has always classified itself as an "ecclesiastical
 sovereignty."  The major negative publicity is available at the DOM news
 section link to its web site at www.melchizedek.com.
     The ability of DOM to pay the T-Bills at maturity is subject to a number
 of conditions, such as its acquisition of sufficient foreign capital or the
 Plumas mines producing enough revenues to pay off the T-Bills at maturity.
 The Company has agreed to put the mines into production on behalf of DOM, and
 will be permitted to retain as much as 60% of net revenues from production to
 pay down the principal amount of the T-Bills before maturity.
     DOM received title to the mining properties through a corporation
 incorporated under the laws of DOM.  "The International Monetary Reserve"
 ("TIMR"), which is qualified to do business in California and Florida, and
 which is separately incorporated under the laws of the State of Nevada.  DOM
 is the controlling shareholder of TIMR, which is not related to the similarly
 named "International Monetary Fund," ("IMF").  TIMR shares are quoted on the
 offshore Internet stock exchange "Dominion Worldwide Stock Exchange" that is
 regulated and managed by DOM outside the United States.  It may be necessary
 for DOM to sell its shares in TIMR to pay off the T-Bills, however it is
 unknown if a sufficient market will develop for those shares.  In the
 alternative, the Company has an option, at any time prior to maturity, to
 elect to receive full payment for the T-Bills in the form of Dominion Dollars.
 The Company may elect to exercise this option should a strong market emerge
 for Dominion Dollars.
     According to DOM there are less than $100,000,000 of its T-Bills issued to
 its citizens and third parties prior to those issued to the Company.  DOM has
 indicated that its reason for acquiring the Plumas mining properties is based
 on its plan to float an Internet and printed currency, Dominion Dollars, in
 the world market.  With the proven reserves at the Plumas property, DOM's
 currency can be backed by gold.
     The Company's top officers are citizens and ambassadors-at-large of this
 ecclesiastical sovereignty, but DOM owns none of the securities issued by the
 Company.
     Further details can be obtained by referring to those documents provided
 in the Company's Form 10Q and Form 8K filings with the Securities and Exchange
 Commission.
     Investors are cautioned that this transaction involves risks and
 uncertainties.  Investors who seek more information about the company's
 business and relevant risk factors may wish to review the company's periodic
 reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission including, but not
 limited to, its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Reports
 on Form 10-Q.  This is not a solicitation to invest and certain material facts
 may be omitted or not fully disclosed.  The company urges caution in trading
 its securities until it provides further details.
 
 SOURCE  Countryland Wellness Resorts, Inc.