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    Quote Originally Posted by gazzahk View Post
    I read somewhere that a chest of that approx sized filled with with gold would weigh ~2 tonnes.
    https://www.paraesthesia.com/archive...reasure-chest/
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    Quote Originally Posted by petetherocker View Post
    I read somewhere that a chest of that approx sized filled with with gold would weigh ~2 tonnes.
    https://www.paraesthesia.com/archive...reasure-chest/
    lol... So all those TV pirate shows/movies etc have been lying to us when they have 2 people carrying it....

    Still I don't think the Laginas will have much trouble carting the treasure they find on OI.

    Having said that Marty has lost weight and is looking pretty unhealthy.

    It is pretty funny that the only dry holes they have managed to dig are directly under the swamp...
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    In stead of doing gpr scans to locate the box drain shaft leading to the Money Pit, would not it have been easier to slowly uncover the two stones in a notch shape and whatever was behind it, then take a compass reading and drill along that line or either excavate along that line until you come to the Money Pit Shaft. A gpr scan is like the useless sonic blasting scans nothing but high dollar crap.
    Yep.. It is pretty obvious they have long ago given up looking treasure. Now they are simply trying to find things to fill up 30+ hours of TV.

    It does not seem that money is an issue they are facing. So simply need to find things to do.

    Some of it is interesting but much of it is not. The hardest thing to believe about the whole show now is that there are still people around that think treasure may be buried in the money pit area...... I do not believe anyone involved with the show believes this to be the case...
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    I still want to see Gary do some detecting on that neighboring island they briefly looked at last season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HIO View Post
    Am I missing something here? I did not think the Discovery Channel had anything to do with Oak Island.
    DIscovery, INC owns Discovery Channel, Travel Channel and a slew of other broadcast channels
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caryl View Post
    DIscovery, INC owns Discovery Channel, Travel Channel and a slew of other broadcast channels
    Yes, but History is owned by A&E Networks, a joint venture between Hearst Communications & Disney.
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    I'm going to rent a room on Fl gold coast and find treasure of my own. Best part of post. I am green with envy.
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    some randon dude signs up and claims to work on the show with as much or maybe even less evidence than franklin to back up his claims and you all just automatically believe him? hilarious.
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    Robert Dazzler... LOL at the name! I want to hear you say pewter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    So say the random dude,
    alan m, A question please. You do not have to answer should your vows to the freemasons not permit it. But I would like to know if you or any one of the freemasons know what the staircase with the numbers 3,5,7 mean?

    I mention this because I too was mentioned with the random dud. I will tell you right off, I know the correct answer to this question. Let me see if the masons are in the know?

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    Here I figured they were just playing Hopscotch.

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    No actually the 3, 5, 7 is the origin of mankind or in other words where man came from and how to get back to the origin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    alan m, A question please. You do not have to answer should your vows to the freemasons not permit it. But I would like to know if you or any one of the freemasons know what the staircase with the numbers 3,5,7 mean?

    I mention this because I too was mentioned with the random dud. I will tell you right off, I know the correct answer to this question. Let me see if the masons are in the know?
    I am sure that my answer will not agree with yours, not that either one is totally right or wrong.
    there are two schools of thought which run parallel in Freemasonry, one is traditional, the other esoteric. I do not subscribe to the esoteric line since it did not exist until after Albert Pike.
    the traditional answer to your question is;
    3 represents the three degrees, the three pillars, and the three primary virtues of brotherly love, relief and truth. Or, Faith, Hope and Charity.
    5 represents the five senses, the five architect styles represented by five columns, Doric, Ionic, Tuscan, Corinthian, and Composite.
    7 represents the seven liberal arts and sciences.
    it is not as exciting or interesting as the esoteric relationships, however, there is a lot that can be learned about Freemasons by the study of these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan m View Post
    I am sure that my answer will not agree with yours, not that either one is totally right or wrong.
    there are two schools of thought which run parallel in Freemasonry, one is traditional, the other esoteric. I do not subscribe to the esoteric line since it did not exist until after Albert Pike.
    the traditional answer to your question is;
    3 represents the three degrees, the three pillars, and the three primary virtues of brotherly love, relief and truth. Or, Faith, Hope and Charity.
    5 represents the five senses, the five architect styles represented by five columns, Doric, Ionic, Tuscan, Corinthian, and Composite.
    7 represents the seven liberal arts and sciences.
    it is not as exciting or interesting as the esoteric relationships, however, there is a lot that can be learned about Freemasons by the study of these.
    I know that is what they teach. I believe there is something else to it as I posted in post #53 above. They changed it after the beginning of the 18th Century. But the Knight's Templar had other ideas.

 

 
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