- Apr 5, 2003
What's the problem now?non sequitur. Your arguments prove that Ptolemy was right.
I based my work on yours, the same as you based your work on Zena's map.
You showed a carving on a rock and it has 8 portholes so this Octopus, which is part of the Rennes le Chateau Templar Treasure mystery, is directly related to all this. See, 8 arms? It's exactly the number you quote, how can you deny that it is 8?
Sorry I'm not following this now as I used exactly your methodology for I too am adept at picking out points, numbers and angles to assert they are directly associated. That's what research is all about!
But my theory even is a lot better and fuller than yours; when the Templars were moved against by King Philip in the 1307, the Templar fleet escaped Rochelle with the Treasure.
That carved ship represents this with the 8 portholes being a direct clue for the Templar Nautical Octopus treasure for the Octopus has 8 arms. And we all know that Templar Octopus symbol has been around for awhile (pfft! except for those who didn't include it in their work for Oak Island). You didn't pick up why Marty and Rick went to Montsegur to find clues to this treasure?
Are you saying now that the 8 armed Templar Octopus is not to be included because you didn't know about it?
Or are you saying that you can use that methodology but others cant?
Or are you saying that it's just some random subjective association of a number being roped in to build a spurious theory around?
Well, as you say, you need to 'prove me wrong'.
Sheesh, I come on here to share my work and people like you just jump on me.
But I know how good my work is.