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    Quote Originally Posted by Singlestack Wonder View Post
    Total fiction......along with the star-1cig reference....before the thread is finished many more will pop in with different constellation maps, Ley line mappings, etc.
    Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar
    You'd be better off that you are, than to dig the money pit

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    True, and a good point about it being part of a larger structure.
    considering that it may have been a marker stone for a treasure vault, as a stand alone piece, it would need to be larger, if it moved over the course of say two years, they would never have been able to relocate the vault.
    the surveyors would not have taken the chance of that happening. So then, if it was part of a larger structure, where is that larger structure?
    As with most all stuff on OI people years ago did not care about taking notes and measurements to pin point objects before moving them. I've never understood why no one back in the early 1800's did not have a better way of marking the exact location of the MP, but even if they did over the years with more clearing being done in the area, whatever they took measurements to would have been moved so then exact location is lost... My guess is that while that stone looks to be part of something else it is probably not a survey marker stone sitting in or around what they think is a pine tar kiln. It was probably just part of that structure somehow and got busted up over the years..
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    Knight's Templar. Treasures of Sir Henry Sinclair's ship, the Katherine. One half was recovered in 1770, the other one half was left. The Shafts and tunnels were dug long before Sinclair's voyage. They were dug from 7th Century up to the 12th Century. They were nothing but mines. The treasure was not buried in the "Money Pit."
    http://www.alastairhamilton.com/sinclair.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by n2mini View Post
    As with most all stuff on OI people years ago did not care about taking notes and measurements to pin point objects before moving them. I've never understood why no one back in the early 1800's did not have a better way of marking the exact location of the MP, but even if they did over the years with more clearing being done in the area, whatever they took measurements to would have been moved so then exact location is lost... My guess is that while that stone looks to be part of something else it is probably not a survey marker stone sitting in or around what they think is a pine tar kiln. It was probably just part of that structure somehow and got busted up over the years..
    My guess (LACKING any evidence to the contrary) is that no one took "notes and measurements to pin point objects before moving them." is because they weren't "marking" anything more significant than lot boundaries...if, in fact they are truly "marker stones" used in surveying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by n2mini View Post
    As with most all stuff on OI people years ago did not care about taking notes and measurements to pin point objects before moving them. I've never understood why no one back in the early 1800's did not have a better way of marking the exact location of the MP, but even if they did over the years with more clearing being done in the area, whatever they took measurements to would have been moved so then exact location is lost... My guess is that while that stone looks to be part of something else it is probably not a survey marker stone sitting in or around what they think is a pine tar kiln. It was probably just part of that structure somehow and got busted up over the years..
    No reason to mark something that never existed in the first place......
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    My AT Pro finds more “treasure” in a single hour than all of the treasure ever found on oak island...

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    In the next episode gawry finds another axe head......
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    My AT Pro finds more “treasure” in a single hour than all of the treasure ever found on oak island...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raparee View Post
    He won’t read it
    time for another drink

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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    He won’t read it
    Yeah. Probably not.
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    "The Templar theory is an example of what happens when someone gets an idea and then attempts to find evidence to prove it, rather than evaluating the evidence and then forming a theory to explain it."

    --Dave Rishar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raparee View Post
    Yeah. Probably not.
    I have read the story. I still do not believe the story as I have read the story before. Sir Henry Sinclair did make an Expedition to Nova Scotia, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Not one trip but three trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    I have read the story. I still do not believe the story as I have read the story before. Sir Henry Sinclair did make an Expedition to Nova Scotia, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Not one trip but three trips.
    Cool story. Now how about showing me some credible material evidence that proves your claim.
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    --Dave Rishar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    I have read the story. I still do not believe the story as I have read the story before. Sir Henry Sinclair did make an Expedition to Nova Scotia, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Not one trip but three trips.
    Just not true, ECS has posted proof that your claim cannot be true numerous times, why do you persist with this fake narrative?
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    time for another drink

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    ECS has posted nothing of historic value only someone else's opinion. You call that "proof?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    ECS has posted nothing of historic value only someone else's opinion. You call that "proof?"
    ECS is far more credible than anything you have so far offered
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    time for another drink

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raparee View Post
    Hoaxes. I said credible.
    Those are credible if you can read what they say. I have volumes of proof to back it up so I'm not worried about your claims of Hoaxes. The Academic World is the BIG HOAX.

 

 

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