Oak Island the Strange, the Bizarre, and Maybe the "Truth!

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That Star being...STAR - GAMMA CASSIOPEIA located in the CONSTELLATION - CASSIOPEIA.
That Star points to the location of the FREEMASON - TREASURE VAULT!
It has NEVER been established if there ever was a "FREEMASON - TREASURE VAULT" or what treasure it may contain beyond "wishful thinking" and speculation.
 

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In 1783, the British having lost the War, With America, left America and the Freemasons arranged for their Financial Treasure on Oak Island to be moved to Philadelphia, into their newly built Bank of North America along with their Religious Artifacts to be stored at Washington D.C.
The Treasure was laundered throughout their affiliated Banks in Europe to enable the Freemasons growing movement in the New World.
You asked for Proof?
The only Proof that one could accept... to change the History we presently believe in?... Is still buried on Oak Island.
This is the Knowledge left behind and the Evidence of what really took part there and as such is still awaiting our Discovery!

One claims this alleged "treasure" whatever if may be, was removed by the "Founding Fathers" to finance the Revolution, you claim it was removed by Freemasons who laundered this "treasure" through European banks, and the "proof" offered is to "change the History" because these "Freemasons left behind "Knowledge" as "Evidence" on Oak Island that awaits our "Discovery", using this Freemason Cassiopeia Star Chart.
Why has no one ever realized this before now?
 
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One claims this alleged "treasure" whatever if may be, was removed by the "Founding Fathers" to finance the Revolution, you claim it was removed by Freemasons who laundered this "treasure" through European banks, and the "proof" offered is to "change the History" because these "Freemasons left behind "Knowledge" as "Evidence" on Oak Island that awaits our "Discovery", using this Freemason Cassiopeia Star Chart.
Why has no one ever realized this before now?

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It was never removed to "Finance the Revolution"!

The Depositor's only secured their vast treasure in British Territory during the 7 Years War as a measure to protect it from "Enemy Hands".

When England won and the American Revolution was starting...these Depositors awaited as to who would be victorious.

They wished to use this gift from generations to promote Francis Bacon's dream of a "New Arcadia" free from Tyranny and Oppression!
 

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It was never removed to "Finance the Revolution"!

The Depositor's only secured their vast treasure in British Territory during the 7 Years War as a measure to protect it from "Enemy Hands".

When England won and the American Revolution was starting...these Depositors awaited as to who would be victorious.

They wished to use this gift from generations to promote Francis Bacon's dream of a "New Arcadia" free from Tyranny and Oppression!

Yes the treasures were removed from Acadia to finance the American Revolution. Nova Scotia was the 14th Colony for God's Sake. Why do you think they did not defend it to the end? If the Knights Templars Treasures had been in Nova Scotia that would have been where all the fighting would have been not in the other 13 colonies. Also how could a rag tag bunch of citizens whip the most powerful navy and military power on Earth without Providence.
 

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Ask the Afghanistanis - who have repelled invasions from Great Britain (1839 to 1842), the Soviet Union (1979 to 1989), the United States (2001 to 2021). Home team advantage.

We whipped the British Navy because the French Navy blockaded them and choked off Cornwallis. And sea battles like the Battle of the Capes where the French decimated the British fleet. The French also bankrolled a huge portion of the war. That's why Ben Franklin spent much of the War in Paris - arranging loans. It is estimated 9 out of 10 regular soldiers in the US carried French muskets (Charlevilles). The original "Lend-Lease". Pissed off the French citizens so much when they found the national debt so huge that they revolted themselves.

Surprised you didn't know that.
 
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Yes the treasures were removed from Acadia to finance the American Revolution. Nova Scotia was the 14th Colony for God's Sake. Why do you think they did not defend it to the end? If the Knights Templars Treasures had been in Nova Scotia that would have been where all the fighting would have been not in the other 13 colonies. Also how could a rag tag bunch of citizens whip the most powerful navy and military power on Earth without Providence.

Britain and France was two super powers in that era.

In simplistic terms because there was many other factors in Why Britain has lost the war? Some of the driving factors was the ineptitude arrogance and poor judgment made not just militarily but also politically. The Death blow was After French assistance helped the Continental Army force the British surrender at Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781, the Americans had effectively won their independence, though fighting would not formally end until 1783.

Well personally I am glad America kicked Britain's ass back then. Why?

Because one of driving forces for British colonization of Australia was the loss of United States. Second the ongoing rivalry between France and Great Britain. Australia if not first settled in 1788 by English and I would be speaking French by now. The French wars with Britain was so costly it bankrupted France which by 1789 France itself descended into the French revolution unshackling its burden of monarchy. Britain would of went that way too if it did not take over the British India Company was was sucking on the tit of India. And industrial revolution. Survived as empire till WW1 put it on its knees and WW2 finished it off as a super power.

So amigos the birth of the United States had ushered changes all over the globe eventually inspiring Spanish Americas to rise up against the Spanish. So the war of independence had a much bigger impact that just being independence of United States. It ushered in great changes democratic institutions free from imperial rule all over the world.

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Yes the treasures were removed from Acadia to finance the American Revolution...
If the Founding Fathers had all this treasure to fund the Revolution, WHY didn't they use some of that treasure to end the lack of supplies, food shortages and provide proper clothing and lodging during that hard winter at Valley Forge?
...Because there NEVER was any Templar or other treasure to remove from Oak Island, Nova Scotia.
 

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If the Founding Fathers had all this treasure to fund the Revolution, WHY didn't they use some of that treasure to end the lack of supplies, food shortages and provide proper clothing and lodging during that hard winter at Valley Forge?
...Because there NEVER was any Templar or other treasure to remove from Oak Island, Nova Scotia.

If the Colonist lacked anything they never would have won the war.
 

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Ask the Afghanistanis - who have repelled invasions from Great Britain (1839 to 1842), the Soviet Union (1979 to 1989), the United States (2001 to 2021). Home team advantage.

We whipped the British Navy because the French Navy blockaded them and choked off Cornwallis. And sea battles like the Battle of the Capes where the French decimated the British fleet. The French also bankrolled a huge portion of the war. That's why Ben Franklin spent much of the War in Paris - arranging loans. It is estimated 9 out of 10 regular soldiers in the US carried French muskets (Charlevilles). The original "Lend-Lease". Pissed off the French citizens so much when they found the national debt so huge that they revolted themselves.

Surprised you didn't know that.

I know a lot more than you are going to find in any history book made by the victorious.
 

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I know a lot more than you are going to find in any history book made by the victorious.
Since there is NO mention in established researched history books made by the victorious or others, what is the source of your knowledge that the Founding Fathers recovered Templar Treasure to finance the their War of Independence?
Is this from those Diana Jean Muir fantasy fiction alternative history books?
 

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If the Colonist lacked anything they never would have won the war.
Read a real history book about the winter at Valley Forge where food, shelter, clothing and shoes were totally lacking and did not survive.
If there was this recovered fabulous Templar treasure, don't you think George Washington, Founding Father and Head of the Army would have requested funds from this treasure to ease his men's suffering during that Valley Forge winter?
This fake fabricated history of Templar treasure funding the Revolution needs to end.
 

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It did end over 245 years ago.
 

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It did end over 245 years ago.

Yes, The War of American Independence did end then, but not the nonsense fabricated fantasy alternative tales of the Revolution being funded by Templar treasure recovered by the Founding Fathers.
The true accurate historical account on how the American Revolution of Independence was fund:
*NOTE* (No mention of Templar treasure or Oak Island, only actual facts)

https://allthingsliberty.com/2015/02/how-was-the-revolutionary-war-paid-for/
 
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Also how could a rag tag bunch of citizens whip the most powerful navy and military power on Earth without Providence.

Because America was filled with men like Samuel Whittemore, of Massachusetts:

"As the British forces were retreating from Concord, a British relief force was approaching. Samuel Whittemore left his fields and loaded a musket and grabbed his two dueling pistols, and the sword he had taken from a French officer in the Seven Years' War. As the British troops approached his farm, he crouched, alone, behind his stone wall.

"The skirmishers on the flanks soon came within range. He raised his musket and killed a British soldier. Then, drawing his pistols, he killed another soldier while mortally wounding a third. Whittemore then tried to produce his sword, but the British troops were on him quickly. One soldier shot him in the face, while others bayonetted him half a dozen times and clubbed him with rifle butts. They left the old farmer in a pool of blood.

After the British moved off, colonial Minutemen found Whittemore trying to reload his weapons. His family rushed him to the Cooper Tavern. There Dr. Nathaniel Tufts, of nearby Medford, who attended to him, said he wouldn't survive his wounds. Samuel Whittemore died at home in bed 18 years later, at the age of 96.
 
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When you have "Providence" on your side anything can happen. What about all the horses shot and killed out from under General George Washington. How many times bullets passed through his clothing but he was never killed. An Indian Chief said he knew for a fact he had GW in his sites but could never shoot him. The Chief said GW lived a charmed life.
 

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How does the legend of George Washington's "invisible shield" relate to the myth that Founding Fathers recovered Templar treasure from Oak Island to finance the Revolution?
 
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Did...Francis Bacon Move His Stash...From Under The Trent...To...Wye...To Oak Island?


https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/sinai-house-knights-templar-treasure/

"A real-life Indiana Jones believes he may have found the secret location of the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant?under a house in Staffordshire.

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Kate Murphy ? SWNSHistorian and anthropologist David Adkins is convinced that priceless treasures, which were taken from Jerusalem in 1307, were stashed beneath Sinai Park House in Burton-on-Trent."








https://www.oakislandtreasure.co.uk/research-documents/theories/sir-francis-bacon/
Sir Francis Bacon

"Francis Bacon was always accepted as the younger son of Sir Nicholas Bacon however there exist reasonable grounds to suggest that he was actually the secret son of Queen Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley. He is an enigmatic figure and some actually believe he is the true author of the works of Shakespeare, and Christopher Marlowe.
Bacon held a fascination with mysterious codes and ciphers, which could link him to the enigmatic inscribed stone discovered in the Money Pit. In fact, a Dr. Orville Ward Owen, a follower of Bacon?s ciphers followed instructions in a Baconian cipher and discovered a mysterious underground chamber beneath the bed of the River Wye, in the West of Britain. Although it was disappointingly empty, further Baconian ciphers were to be found carved on the walls.
Read a newspaper report on the excavation from 1911.


Sir Francis Bacon In the opinion of Dr. Owen, Bacon had always intended to conceal his manuscripts below the Wye. This was in the tradition of the ancient Visigoths who redirected rivers and buried their dead beneath in secret tombs. Issues of plagiarism were particularly of issue at this time, with censorship developing into a heated area of debate. Could it be that Bacon, feared that his secret might be discovered had had second thoughts, deciding that the River Wye location was not secure enough? To link Bacon with Canada, in 1610, King James I granted Bacon land in Newfoundland.
Sir Francis Bacon was familiar with the science of preserving manuscripts in mercury. This coupled with his fascination in secret chambers points directly to the Money Pit. The finding of ancient flasks containing mercury plus the recovery of a piece of mysterious parchment allows the theory to become more credible.
It is certainly possible that Bacon had the contacts and status to arrange a secret burial of his valuable manuscripts in a preservative mercury bath. By making use of much older techniques, present at the Money Pit, Bacon was just adding to the mystery lying beneath Oak Island.
He was connected with Shugborough Hall in England, the site of a strange inscription referring to Arcadian treasure. This same treasure is linked to Rennes le Chateau in France and the Knights Templar.
Surely, with his contemporaries familiar with the mysterious disappearance of the fabled Arcadian treasure from France and the possibility that Sir Francis Drake could have informed Bacon about Oak Island, this connection is worth consideration. Had the Arcadian treasure made it to Oak Island through the Knights Templars? journey to Canada, the location would be an ideal place to hide further valuable items, especially if Bacon himself was a follower, fueling his interest in ciphers, a typical trait of the Masons."
 

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