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  1. We need your help in the Keys to fight NOAA, it's more than treasure.

    Alexandre, I applaud your work, it is fantastic. I also believe that the government and academia have a critical but limited role to play in making sure that the public's interest served. The problem is that institutional archaeology has failed to make their work relevant and accessible (in the...
  2. We need your help in the Keys to fight NOAA, it's more than treasure.

    I wish there was a simple way to deal with these corrupt jackals at NOAA. Please sign our petition. Ask your friends to sign: https://www.saynotonoaa.org/
  3. We need your help in the Keys to fight NOAA, it's more than treasure.

    It is much more than treasure. Part of the plan says that if the remaining permit holders find the new, suffocating regulations to difficult, "they may wish to partner with a university or non-profit. This would turn over our history to the radical left-wing universities or non-profits of their...
  4. Spain's Claim to Shipwrecks

    Spain relinquished all claims to shipwrecks in 1648 Article II of the Treaty of Munster, 1648, signed in Westphalia to end the Thirty Year's War. Avalon Project - Treaty of Westphalia I keep telling this to everyone who will listen. Furthermore, 99.9 % of all historians...
  5. Treasure salvage investor/partner available

    Please call me at 305-699-8071, Paul My brother and I are currently working on our 1984 Admiralty Claim, just had the area enlarged in February of this year, in US District Court Here is a recent Project Review: TwitDoc.com - the EASY way to share your documents on Twitter Here is our...
  6. Spain's Claim to Shipwrecks

    In the Peace of Westphalia, the Treaty of Munster and the Treaty of Osnabruck to end the Thirty Year's War, Spain waived all rights to shipwrecks at the signing in 1648. Article II of the Treaty of Westphalia: That there shall be on the one side and the other a perpetual Oblivion, Amnesty, or...
  7. Spain's Claim to Shipwrecks

    Spain abandoned and waived claim to all shipwrecks prior to 1648 In the Peace of Westphalia, the Treaty of Munster and the Treaty of Osnabruck to end the Thirty Year's War, Spain waived all rights to shipwrecks at the signing in 1648. Article II of the Treaty of Westphalia: That there shall...
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