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  1. #2221

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    I'm just an interested bystander. The bottom line for me is "There sure is a lot of stuff deep underground there for some reason." I too read about this in the 1965 Reader's digest when I was very young, and I have 'digested' much information in the years since. I'm 50-50 on whether it's all fact or fiction. I hope there is an answer soon as I would be disappointed to think it is all an unfounded fairytale. I sure hope it isn't a scary genie. Who ya gonna call??

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    Oak Island Treasure

    The Curse of Oak Island...TV Series...Commercial Free!

    The search for "Truth" and "Justice" is my "Prime Directive."

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    The Curse of Oak Island...Season 7 eps. 2...Commercial Free!

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    The search for "Truth" and "Justice" is my "Prime Directive."

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    Samuel de Champlain
    Thanks !

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    I can not figure out how the rock drill swags that Gary found could have been so close to the surface being how old they were said to be.
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    The mountains have rules.They are harsh rules,but they are there,and if you keep to them you are safe.A mountain is not like humanity. A mountain is sincere. The weapons to conquer it exists inside you,inside your soul.

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    Why would the depth of an object found be curious? Everyone that metal detects knows it depends on the soil and terrain. Something of a larger mass does not sink during the freezing and melting effects of soil as does a coin. Also it depends on the soil content and the sub-surface. I have seen rings lost or thrown away in soft soil sink as much as 10 inches in a matter of 30 years. They keep going down until they hit rock or hardened soil. But most likely you are hinting at the objects being placed there to dig up. My answer to that is the people that film a movie can not keep a camera on Gary at all times. It would cost too much to film. Whether he finds the objects live or on camera or they cover it over and wait to film is not the question that should be asked? As we know Gary did find the items and in the area where they were found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    As we know Gary did find the items and in the area where they were found.
    Yep... If they were faking it he would be finding better stuff....
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    Live the moment...

  8. #2228
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    You should consider the post to which my response was directed, there is a difference between stating something as fact and postulating a theory or idea, in this case specifically, as a Freemason, I have enough first hand knowledge to comment on the subject.
    Did you then look up as Robot requested?

    Cheers, Loki
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    In keeping with the subject of this thread, I posit that Vincent de Paul (incognito) visited Oak Island in the employ of Francois Grave Du Pont while sailing with Samuel Champlain.

    Cheers, Loki
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    Did you then look up as Robot requested?

    Cheers, Loki
    At least try to keep up will you, the post you are referencing is practically ancient
    time for another drink

  11. #2231
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    At least try to keep up will you, the post you are referencing is practically ancient
    It was one page ago! My point was, you called Robot's post 'more BS' but never checked it out, in other words, didn't look up, so how do you know its BS?

    Cheers, Loki
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  12. #2232
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    In keeping with the subject of this thread, I posit that Vincent de Paul (incognito) visited Oak Island in the employ of Francois Grave Du Pont while sailing with Samuel Champlain.

    Cheers, Loki
    In the poem 'le Serpent Rouge' supposedly containing clues to the location of the Holy Grail and written by Jean Cocteau (signed by him) St Vincent is mentioned. A very young Vincent de Paul was allegedly kidnapped by pirates and held for two years during the same time period as Samuel Champlain's exploration of the Coast of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Very few accept the story of the priests kidnapping but it is known that upon resurfacing his first audience was not with his family but with the Pope.

    It is a known that Champlain carried aboard two priests, a Catholic and a Protestant. Off the Coast of the peninsula separating St. Mary's Bay from the Bay of Fundy, the Catholic Priest had gone ashore and when returning to the ship had forgotten his sword. When he went back to retrieve it he became lost and was missing for over two weeks when by chance Champlain, sailing by, saw him on the shore stopped and picked him up.

    He was on the very narrow one to two miles wide strip of land separating St. Mary's Bay from the Bay of Fundy, a place I have ventured down from Digby to the very end. I find it difficult to believe that anybody could get seriously lost here. And if he was why would his shipmates give up on him seemingly sailing by accidentally some two weeks later.

    On this same voyage Samuel Champlain kept complete logs detailing the location of every bay, island, large rock, and animals he sailed by, but made no mention of Mahone Bay, completely ignoring it while naming the Bay just to the North after his Mother.

    Cheers, Loki
    Last edited by lokiblossom; Nov 21, 2019 at 02:02 PM.
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  13. #2233
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    It was one page ago! My point was, you called Robot's post 'more BS' but never checked it out, in other words, didn't look up, so how do you know its BS?

    Cheers, Loki
    I went back five pages and found nothing to which you are referring, just what is it exactly I was supposed to look up?
    looks like your just vying for attention by stirring up BS.
    which is what I have come to expect from your post.
    time for another drink

  14. #2234
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    I went back five pages and found nothing to which you are referring, just what is it exactly I was supposed to look up?
    looks like your just vying for attention by stirring up BS.
    which is what I have come to expect from your post.
    Nope, and I apologize, just forget it, maybe we can move on and I will try to be more user friendly.

    Cheers, Loki

  15. #2235
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    Nope, and I apologize, just forget it, maybe we can move on and I will try to be more user friendly.

    Cheers, Loki
    OK, consider it forgotten, and I will also work on being more congenial.
    Best regards
    time for another drink

 

 

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