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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2007 9:46 pm 
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D'arcy or leprechaun

As you portrait yourself obtusely on the other forum... parroting other peoples unfounded assumptions and pitching them as to be true to the general public is just plain lunacy? Skeptics thrive when and where they cant prove themselves to a credible statue to be believed ? And thanks for portraiting me to some held in high status its confidence boost! CRUSADER



Huh?? Could you please rephrase whatever it is you are trying to say in simple English.

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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2007 10:59 pm 
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bob_l wrote:
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There is some blog out there which explains all of his BS.


bob_L or n4n

You mean that delisional sasha k. iman = n4n, that has severe mental obssesive emotional problems?

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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2007 11:23 pm 
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[quote="crusader"]You mean that delisional sasha k. iman = n4n, that has severe mental obssesive emotional problems?[quote="bob_l]

That's the author, thanks for the name.

http://www.birchislandillusion.blogspot.com/

What a great read which confirms you as the idiot you've shown yourself to be on this forum.


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what ever you say n4n read about yourself since you brought yourself up?
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PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 12:47 am 
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what ever you say n4n read about yourself since you brought yourself up?
http://sinclair-clan.blogspot.com/


You really are reality challenged. It was you who brought the person up, just read back two of your posts you idiot.


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Crusader,

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The restall's so your theory is about resurrection of a famous Oak Island treasure hunting family?


Even if it was humanly possible, no.

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PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 1:02 am 
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MONEY PIT SYMBOLS

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LETTER FOR SYMBOL TRANSLATIONS
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DESCRIPTIVE TRANSLATION
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http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland ... gstone.htm

BERBER TRANSLAIONS
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Indiana Jones wrote:
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The restall's so your theory is about resurrection of a famous Oak Island treasure hunting family?


Even if it was humanly possible, no.

Indy


IJ

so your theory is about the pit they were investigating there money pit effort is very famous?

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 Post subject: Re: Money pit Symbols
PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 3:24 am 
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crusader wrote:


Just how many times have you changed your translation?

Here's one

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Here's another translation from the birch island illusion blog.

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I found those interpretations without even trying. That blog does say you've changed your interpretation four or five times as you looked for a better location, and these pictures confirm that.

I like how he has your treasure application too and how it confirms your full of BS about your discovery tale of Birch Island.

You're a phoney Keith.

Everyone should check out that blog to read the BS this Keith/Crusader guy has been posting.


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PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 3:34 am 
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Now I know you are the nutty sasha imam or n4n

Thanks for revieling your nutty insane self n4n
oakislandtreasure.co.uk odd behavior tactics
you are obsessed & disturbed :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

its all concept?

hahaha corn..Balls

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Thanks for revieling your nutty insane self n4n


Your analytical prowess has failed you again. Get back on your meds or start taking the prescribed amount.

I joined this forum long before you idiot. You're also the one who first brought up this person n4n. Are you sure you're not the one with the obsession?


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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: someone needs more fiber!
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crusader wrote:
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Crusader,

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The restall's so your theory is about resurrection of a famous Oak Island treasure hunting family?


Even if it was humanly possible, no.

Indy


IJ

so your theory is about the pit they were investigating there money pit effort is very famous?

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You're getting closer.

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 Post subject: competition of theories
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Hi Indy,

Maybe you can enter your theory in a "SO YOU THINK YOU CAN TREASURE HUNT" competition' you would make a great wild card? Indiana Jones maybe your entry will give this treasure hunt some much more needed character? Never mind hanging around people that have no theory of their own but play expert in other peoples theories?

Keith Ranville's translations is concept and like any research it's always taking shape or progessing? you would not be a treasure hunter if you did not use these techniques ?

Heres the theory details

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Hi again Cerris

You say you don’t agree with Keith Ranville’s theory and that is your opinion and view and respected, as you made this thread and mentioned you were in the midst of a recovery of sorts in regards to the Oak Island mystery? Can you elaborate on your theory and is it as, or if not more interesting than Mr. Ranville’s well publicized Oak Island treasure theory?

Why I ask, this is the first that I ever heard of you and I am sure that goes for many other inquirers, I just don’t want to continue the climax of your lengthily introduction and find out its some kind put on? Or disappointment, you sound intelligent hopefully your theory can trump Mr. Ranville’s theory or disprove his findings or his theory like wise the same to your unknown relativities.

It sure would be interesting for another theory to keep Mr. Ranville’s theory company.

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PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 6:43 pm 
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crusader wrote:

Keith Ranville's translations is concept and like any research it's always taking shape or progessing? you would not be a treasure hunter if you did not use these techniques ?


What a load of BS. The only 'con'cept seems to be an investment scheme.

Cerris who is much better known than Keith actually has a theory, not some laughable 'con'cept.

I'm sure it doesn't surprise anyone the self appointed BS artist of Oak Island, aka Keith Ranville, has never heard of Cerris, because Keith is no such researcher and exhibits this lack of knowledge in the above post.


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PostPosted: 23 Jun 2007 6:49 pm 
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A little bob_l babel peanut gallery cornball talk...babel bob_L would need a full psychological forensic head examination to enter :lol: :lol: I am sure he knows the n4n routine :lol: :lol: :lol:
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PostPosted: 24 Jun 2007 9:56 pm 
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April 2007 Edition
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Oak Island Update! – Cree Code Breaker Challenges 140-Year Old Cipher


MAHONE BAY, Nova Scotia –The enigma of Oak Island has been called one of the greatest archaeological and engineering achievements of mankind. Often referred to as Canada’s best known unsolved mystery, Oak Island proudly boasts it’s title for hosting the site of the World’s longest treasure hunt in recorded history. Now in its 212th year this 10 million dollar project that has selfishly taken the lives of six young men is no closer to being solved than it was in 1795 when three teen boys discovered a shaft here and began digging for what they believed to be pirate treasure! The boys excavated down to the 30 foot mark, exhausted and unable to continue they realized the dig would be a much larger effort then they first imagined. What the boys found as they dug convinced all three that they had indeed discovered a man-made vertical shaft of sound engineering. Their only conclusion was that it had been built to hide an enormous treasure. Knowing that a proper excavation required equipment, animals and manpower the boys set out to find investment capital. It took years but they did find an investor with whom they became the founders of the Onslow Company, the first of many treasure recovery companies that would come and go on Oak Island. To date the cost of this intoxicating treasure hunt has far exceeded ten million dollars and consigned six sturdy treasure hunters to an early grave.

Now for the first time since the 1860’s one man has come forward to challenge the translation of a cryptic message found etched into a stone that was discovered at the 90-foot mark in the original shaft in 1803 by the Onslow Company. The stone vanished about 1900 and no known image or text was preserved showing the cryptic message. However a Mahone Bay school teacher in 1909 claimed to have copied the two line, forty-character coded text directly from the stone hoping that he could break the code himself. He provided the only image of the codex known to exist stating the code was a simple letter-for-cipher that was accurately translated by Professor James Leitchi, a professor of languages at Dalhouse University in 1860’s. Leitchi’s translation reads… “Forty feet below two million pounds are buried.” Although Leitchi’s translation has never been directly challenged it has always been suspicious since a business relationship is known to have existed between Leitchi and the Oak Island Association, the 1860’s recovery company.

Recently Keith Ranville, a Cree First Nations researcher announced his challenge of Leitchi’s translation stating… “Birch Island holds the secret to the meaning of the construction on Oak Island. According to the Lunenburg Progress Enterprise, Ranville claims that Leitchi’s method to break the code was flawed, citing that his translation using the First Nations tradition, sees the codex as individual abstract symbols that were never intended to be translated into a single message. Using Ranville’s method to decipher the code, which reads more like a map, Oak Island is directly linked to its sister island, nearby Birch Island by underwater man-made shafts. He cites the repeated use of the triangle from the original inscription and points to the large triangle that he discovered on Birch Island which is only visible from the air. The triangle on the 16-acre Birch Island takes up much of the Island which Ranville believes is also the ancient burial grounds for those who were involved with the complex construction found on Oak Island.

Ranville’s work offers a completely different approach to solving the Oak Island mystery. Traveling across Canada Ranville has presented his findings to a number of scholars and groups many of whom have supported his work in principal. He has been interviewed on radio programs and his currently looking for funding to help pursue his research further. Those supporting Ranville’s research include mining engineer, Steve Zou, P.Eng.,PH.D, the Bear River First Nation of Nova Scotia, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum and to learn more you can log on to Ranville’s web site at: http://www.canadaka.net/blog/oakster

Interview with Mr. Ranville December-2006


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TO BAD THERE IS NO ONE DUMB ENOUGH TO WRITE ABOUT BOB_L BABLE AND SOME OF HIS CORNY RE-HASHED RESEARCH FRIENDS AT THE OAKISLANDTREASURE.CO.UK :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Story:Henry Sinclair May Have Visited Nova Scotia

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The Sinclair Society in Nova Scotia and various fans of the Knights Templar \ Holy Grail story propose the following historical scenario:
In 1393, Henry Sinclair, Prince of the Orkney Islands, sent a Venetian admiral, Nicolo Zeno, to carry out a survey of Greenland, in preparation for their journey to the New World. Before embarking on what was considered a risky endeavor, Sinclair made provisions for transferring some of his lands to his brothers and eldest daughter. He then took to the sea with 12 vessels, Zeno navigating, and 200-300 fellow voyagers, made up of monks and fugitive Templars. He landed in Cape Breton on June 2, 1398, and Guysborough, Nova Scotia on June 12, 1398.

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The Sinclair Society claims that Sinclair's logs in Venice record such a trip.

Born at Rosslyn Castle near Edinburgh in 1345, Henry Sinclair became Earl of Rosslyn and the surrounding lands as well as Prince of Orkney, Duke of Oldenburg (Denmark), and Premier Earl of Norway.


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The Zeno Narrative reads:


Statue of Prince Henry at the Noss Head Sinclair Study Centre, Caithness, ScotlandSinclair departs from Iceland - "Sinclair, seeing he could do nothing, and that if we were to persevere in this attempt, the fleet would fall short of provisions, took his departure with a fair wind and sailed 6 days to the westwards; but the winds afterwards shifting to the southwest, and the sea becoming rough, we sailed 4 days with the wind aft and finally sighted land."
"As the sea ran high and we did not know what country it was, we were afraid at first to approach it, but by God's blessing the wind lulled, and then there came on a great calm. Some of the crew pulled ashore and soon returned with great joy with news that they found an excellent country and a still better harbour."

"After eight days the 100 soldiers returned, and brought work that they had been through the island and up to the hill, and that the smoke was a natural thing proceeding from a great fire in the bottom of the hill, and that there was a spring from which issued a certain substance like pitch, which ran into the sea, and that thereabouts dwelt a great many people half wild, and living in caves. They were of small stature and very timid. They reported also there was a large river, and a very good and safe harbor."


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The Mi'qmaq Connection

Some say Sinclair or a member of his crew lived among the Micmacs long enough to be remembered in legend as the man-god Glooscap. Micmac legend speaks of bearded visitors with red hair and green eyes who showed them how to fish with nets.

Science fiction writer Frederick Pohl, in Prince Henry Sinclair, also identifies Gooscap as Henry Sinclair. Pohl has a list of 17 specific similarities between Glooscap and Sinclair, including the fact that they each had three daughters. In memory of Sinclair's parting, the Micmacs traditionally chanted: "Nemajeeck, Numeedich." This is similar to an old Norse sea-chantey sung when weighing anchor: "Nu mo jag, nu mo deg."


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The Templar Connection

Some Holy Grail fans feel Sinclair was connected with the Templars, and was bringing the Holy Family to Canada. His ancestor and namesake, Henri de Saint-Clair fought beside Godfroi de Bouillon at the taking of Jerusalem. Several Saint-Clairs became Templars themselves. Many Templars fled to Scotland, after the dissolution of 1312, and some found refuge among the Saint-Clairs of Rosslyn in Midlothian. There is a Templar cemetery there.

The chapel at Rosslyn - built between 1446 and 1486 - has long been associated with both Freemasonry and the Rose-Croix. Grail Seeker Trevor Ravenscroft claimed in 1962 that he had finished a twenty year quest in search of the Grail at Rosslyn chapel.....His claim was that the Grail was inside the Prentice Pillar (as it is known) in this chapel.

According to Michael Bradley, Holy Grail Across the Atlantic:
"Burning pitch deposits at Stellarton [Nova Scotia] behind Mt. Adams were responsible for the 'burning hill' Sinclair's explorers first thought they saw. The description confirms Cape Caruso as the area of landfall on June 2, 1398."


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The Oak Island Connection

According to a Micmac Legend, "Glooscap built himself an island, planted trees on it, and sailed away in his stone canoe."
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Templar fans speculate that Sinclair was on a mission to move the Templar's treasure to safer ground. Some suggest Oak Island's "money pit" may hold the Templar's lost treasure, buried for safekeeping by Henry Sinclair and his shipmates 600 years ago.

Fans say Zeno's Narrative in Venice documents the exploration of Nova Scotia during the next year. The explorers supposedly traveled to Cape D'Or and Advocate and built a ship there. There is evidence that they erected a small castle in New Ross, near Oak Island.


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Les Bergers d'Arcadie, by Nicholas Poussin
The Champlain / Sulpician Connection

In The Da Vinci Code and Holy Blood and the Holy Grail, the Prieure de Sion, a murky semi-secret group with an unbroken chain of grand-masters all the way back to the Merovingians and the descendants of Christ and Mary Magdalene, claims the French St. Clairs were the guardians of the secret of the Holy Blood. The founding of "Acadia" by deMonts and Champlain may come into the scenario.

Timothy C. Green says - "Samuel de Champlain was in on the scheme for when he showed up 200 years later, he did what he could to hide the existence of the refuge (his normally detailed maps became vague in the area, his reports were deliberately false with respect to prospects for settlers). As a result, colonization of the area was slowed down for about a generation until the family could be moved to Ville Marie (Montreal), not hidden this time, but disguised as the Sulpician religious order."

Others say Poussin's painting, "Les Bergers d'Arcadie" is related to coded messages from the Rennes-le-Chateau parchments, and the figures in the painting relate to names in Nova Scotia (Acadia).

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PostPosted: 28 Jun 2007 6:53 am 
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The mysterious “money pit” of Oak Island, in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, has stymied treasure hunters for decades. The site was first discovered in 1795 by a local teenager, Daniel McGinnis, who found a ship’s tackle block hanging from a tree branch, overhanging a large depression in the ground. McGinnis and friends John Smith, and Anthony Vaughan dug to 30 feet and temporarily gave up. In 1803, they and the Onslow Company begin excavatiing, hitting layers of timber and clay every 10 feet, until they broke through a clay booby trap at 90 feet and were flooded out, when seawater rushed in from a tunnel to a nearby bay, filling the pit to sea level.

In 1804, the Onslow Company dug a parallel pit to 110 feet. This too flooded when they attempt to tunnel over the Money Pit. Apparently they discovered a flagstone at the 90 foot depth, with an inscription on the stone. James Leitchi, a professor of languages at Dalhousie University, suggested that it was a simple-substitution cipher, which read,
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"Forty Feet Below Two Million Pounds Are Buried". But Leitchi was involved in a treasure hunting company trying to sell stocks, and the stone may have been a fraud.

In 1849, the Truro Company started digging. They were able to drill through 2 casks filled with "loose metal", and claimed to have recovered 3 gold chain links. In 1850, a subterranean waterway and artifical beach were found at Smith's Cove.
THE SAME ARTIFICIAL BEACH IS AT THE RIGHT ANGLE OF THE BIRCH ISLAND TRIANGLE
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The first life was claimed by Oak Island in 1861, when a man was scalded to death by an exploding boiler. That year, the bottom literally fell out of the so-called money pit, as the items that had been at 100 feet feel farther down to hole thanks to weakening of the pit by several cross tunnels.
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In 1893, Fred Blair and The Oak Island Treasure Company begin their investigations, first investigating the causes of the cave-in. In 1897, a triangle rock formation was discovered, and a cement vault and parchment were supposedly found during drilling. A second life was lost that year when Maynard Kaiser fell to his death while being pulled out of the pit. In 1899, a second flood tunnel, The South Shore Tunnel, was discovered.
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leftlThe "money pit" has been dug and excavated many times - one enthusiastic treasure hunter was a young Franklin Roosevelt, who invested in a 1909 excavation attempt. But even modern engineering has failed to crack the mystery of various staggered layers of logs, clay, ships putty, coconut matting, charcoal and iron. Further booby traps have either opened the pit to sea flooding, or caused it to collapse and kill treasure hunters.
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In 1936, a second inscribed stone was supposedly discovered, and more evidence of the original cofferdam found. A further tragedy happened on August 17, 1965, when four treasure seekers drowned in the money pit, overcome by gas, likely carbon monoxide from a generator. In 1971, a new group of treasure hunters lowered a camera into the pit and reportedly captured images of wooden chests and human remains.

http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland ... nville.htm

So what is at the bottom of the Oak Island mystery? Does it contain Spanish treasure, buried by Captain Kidd, or perhaps the Royal Crown Jewels of France (which went missing in 1791 and were said to have been smuggled to Louisburg), a Masonic "Secret Vault" containing the Holy Grail, the treasures of King Solomon's temple http://sinclair-clan.blogspot.com/2007/ ... night.html , Viking or Pirate booty, Inca treasure, payroll for colonial British soldiers, or even the secret writings of Francis Bacon. http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland ... ection.htm

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A new theory has been suggested recently by researcher Keith Ranville, who believes that nearby Birch Island, owned by Toronto financier Christopher Ondaatje may be part of the mystery. The 16-acre island features a large triangle which takes up a good portion of the landscape.
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WHAT A TRIP HAHAHA


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How odd that Keith Ranville was able to decipher this code. It is not a code at all. It is the Cree language. Keith has based his "interpretation" of the inscribed stone of Oak Island on his native Cree language.

I quote Mr. Ranville:

"Keith Ranville, a Canadian Cree Native Indian, has studied the clues and believes he knows where the treasure is buried."

“I believe these symbols have been incorrectly assumed to stand for something else. In the First Nations tradition that I’m a part of, we believe symbols should simply be looked at in and of themselves, rather than thinking of them as codes that have to be cracked,” Mr. Ranville explained. “In the pictograms of Cree Salavics, for example, the images are meant to be descriptive, not abstract.”

Keith Ranville has come up with a differing translation from the generally accepted one. He is of native Canadian descent and has used his native background to find a message on the stone. The message concerns an island two islands to the east of Oak Island (Birch Island) which has a distinctive triangle carved into the north side of the island.

"I have a amazing gift of wisdom and I am using it to unravel one of the world’s most fascinating unsolved mystery."

message to the discoverer of ancient writting
Hi Mr. Macteague congrats on your discovery' if you want to discuss your work contact me at one of my websites...I am interested in your discovery with full credit to you of course.
Keith Ranville


If Keith cannot understand the native language that he professes to be a master of, how then can he claim to have deciphered something by using that very language.

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WELL YOU PROVED YOURSELF A FOOL OR WHOEVER YOU ARE

like everyone thought hhaha

oakislandtreasure.co.uk are loonie there nuts there scewed the whole works of them



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virused obsessed fool babl bob opps n4n heheehee

oakislandtreasure.co.uk are fools
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Crusader/Keith,
You were very quick to edit your incriminating post. Thankfully, I have a screen capture.

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