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C-Scope VLF.TR 1200B / Makro Multi Kruzer
« on: August 05, 2018, 03:50:57 pm »
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We are new here. Thanks for the acceptance.

We often stay in France.
Last year in southern France we were put on the trail of the Knights templar by local residents.
The reason was a hidden map under an old painting. In the seventies a research was done but this has never been completed.
We have done this research again by using the technology and information sources that are now available. The discoveries are surprising.
We have summarized our findings in part 1.
We would like to share this with others in order to get in touch with experts who can supplement us.
Thanks in advance.

Part 1:

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