Ok, for those of you few who have been following me for awhile, you might remember the post I did about the Oak Island Mystery. Well.... A new outlook has come forward!
(If interested, scroll back through my posts and read the original Oak Island post)
Just when you thought the mysterious and elusive Oak Island treasure hunt had died down, a fresh new perspective on the mystery could overturn the entire context of the hunt and lead us in a completely different direction.
First Nations Researcher Keith Ranville has come up with a very distinctive and interesting interpretation of the Oak Island etchings which differ significantly from the existing interpretations due to his Native Heritage (Canadian) background.
Triangles (second triangle) Divides south/north at right angles of triangles (two at the left angle)( two at the right angle of the triangle) upper two (openings) Divides doors, Triangle Divides Doors upper/lower three (openings. opening) three divides into (East/West) Divides to into Shafts In one south/north Two upper to south/north third, second Shafts.
These instructions point to what may not be a treasure at all, but an item or items of great heritage and historical value which would interest everyone. In fact, assuming that it old artefacts are buried there would make it all-the-more interesting, as someone had obviously gone through great lengths to hide it and keep people away from discovering the real location.
In addition, regarding the Skull Stone etching found on Oak Island, this was produced by Keith. Possibly confirming the role of pirates in this mystery?
What could be hidden there? We can only know if another expedition takes place to the area. This may be in sight as well, as he has received a letter of recommendation from the Dalhousie University in support of his research.
The most mystifying clue awaited the workers at the ninety foot level. Here, just before hitting another oak platform, they unearthed a large flat stone on which was engraved a strange inscription that none of them could decipher.
The story or this stone and it eventual fate is one of the many frustrating footnotes to the Oak Island Mystery. More likely a stone with some sort of markings was found, for it is mention in all the early accounts of the Onslow Company's operations, and was reportedly seen by hundreds of persons before its disappearance in 1919. For many years the stone was used by John Smith as a curio piece set into his fire place of his home on Oak Island. There it was examined by many members of later search groups, including A.O Creighton who was partners in the Halifax bookbinding firm of A.H Creighton. In 1865, while he was treasurer of an Oak Island search syndicate Creighton brought the stone to Halifax, where it was displayed at his shop to attract prospective investors in the Oak island project.
The mystery continues to deepend, perhaps in the coming years we shall see the truth behind this mystery.
Again, to truly appreciate all of this, check my first post about Oak Island, and then this one.
Thank you all for following!