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    The answer to Oak Island

    Yeah Guys,


    You'll find the mystery of Oak Island has been exposed on this website. It's on Page 4 but you need all the background history.

    The Great Lost Treasure



    regards,



    Ron
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    Well I did not see pictures of the treasure so they did not find it so must be false

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    No it is real,,,,,some pictures were in a Documentary,,,,,also in Life Magazine Vol. 1986 with Mel Fishers picture on the cover 8 Great buried Treasures, when he Found the Sonora De Attocha galleon with $400,000.00 worth of gold silver and emeralds, coins, It had it all,,,there are 2 more Galleons that were with it ,,,they sank in a storm together. Mel let me hold a 22 1/2 pound gold disk,,,,dropped me to his desk when he handed it to me.
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    Just finished reading the big dig. Fascinating! Just got the one about the Knights Templer connection. Plan to start it soon.
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    Certainly one man's opinion, but hardly "exposed"

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    And then there is THIS highly plausible theory;

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    There is a show coming up.....NATGEO or HISTORY chan. about Oak Island, in January.
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    mx
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    G'd morning, coffee?? While itis intriguing, I find too many unanswered questions and flaws to happily accept the Viking boat theory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp View Post
    G'd morning, coffee?? While itis intriguing, I find too many unanswered questions and flaws to happily accept the Viking boat theory.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    ...or do you know anyone who would did all those levels,lined with timbers and coconut fibres,with outlets to the sea for the pure pleasure of digging that shaft? Form follows function,it was dug for some reason.That is the real question.

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    mx
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    G'd morning EC: Coffee first?

    For one, while I frankly know nothing really about Norse longboats, most heavy rowing uses your leg muscles, so placing solid bulkheads / backing in each seat compartment would be self defeating.

    Second, boats such as this, are built for efficiency, heavy multiple bulkheads would be self defeating..

    Third since the shape of a long boat is constantly changing, the starting platforms would be too small to span the pit. and on.

    Frankly I haven't really studied the Oak Island thing too much, but it seems to me there was a matter of a block and tackle on an overhanging tree originally, no? Also, just how did the long boat manage to get into a vertical position by mother nature ?

    Don Jose de La Mancha

    p.s. may I personally give the one htat developed this idea a 100% thumbs up for thinking outside of the box, as they say. It is very creative, and excellent..
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    mx
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    sn't anyone going to shoot down my post on the possibility of the shaft being a Viking boat buried vertcially?

    Don Jose de La Mancha
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    it is obviously nothing more than a well designed privy. with the water table near the ocean it had to be deep to avoid fouling the drinking water
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    After listening to the video a second time, I am inclined to believe Mr. Singh's answer to this mystery. Maybe it needs a few tweeks here and there,...but I am inclined to believe that it IS an old vessel that has lodged into the terrain...hundreds of years ago.

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    We may never know...

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    The History Channel is airing a 6-part doc series on Oak Island featuring two brothers from Michigan. Begins tonight 10pm EST.
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    Rediscovered! Last Assault on Oak Island Room of Fire

 

 
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