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« on: December 24, 2018, 01:21:52 pm »
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So through all the seasons of The Curse of Hoax Island, I wanted to update everyone with the instructions that were left to get off the island.

Anyone else feel that it's time to hear about a legitimate discovery that leads somewhere other than around and around the same "Bros" on the Peninsula of Fame?

Well here is what I have to say about said  "Treasure"

In season 1 there was a guest that uncovered documents and deciphered information that showed there was a sort of encoded map to reveal that the Nolan's Cross formed a Tree of Life.  He was not allowed to complete his research and was later denied the chance to explain things in detail in person to the Canadian Govt. while they decided to overlook the evidence of his discovery.  As far as the History of the area is concerned, this was the first actual discovery of anything on the Island since the Stone at 90' was brought up.  In fact this was the first discovery of ANYTHING on the Island from forensic cryptographic research into the known texts and publications that were passed around since the pit was first discovered.

Petter Amundsen unearthed two stones that highlighted the Tree of Life in a pattern of stones surrounding Nolan's Cross, but what was the cross laid there for and why a hidden layer from the Kabbala added?

The Cross at the time of its placement on the Island was considered an ancient navigational tool, and a form of direction was incorporated into its location on the Island that is key to understanding how Oak Island was used as a Pivotal Point along a path of clues that hop from Island to Island using the Stars above....Wherever their maps were seen in the heavens, they used the locations under them to chart their course in a form of astrological system that was encoded.

When at the point under the Cross of Deneb, or Cygnus, they charted the location of the Cross on the Island into the stones of the Cross.  From there they mapped their voyages from a point of reference to other locations in the Nova Scotia area where carvings also can be found.  Leave the Island going one way you find an island with an Eagle's Head carved there, holding more clues. 

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Leave the Island in the other direction to the south of the cross you land at Yarmouth where the Overton Stone shows the Eagle feather matching the two together with a large Cross and 4 points.

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So what does all this mean?

This is a map to the next place that you are supposed to sail to....a map of the coast of Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT.

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When you find the locations that are on the stone map, you see they are highlighted by rock holes in the map that show where each location is found around the main landing along the waterfront.....the main landing is shown with a massive Hooked X sitting at the edge of the water's edge on a point near a bay.  There are arrays of art there in the area surrounding the maps that are in stone.....you have to follow them from the beginning to accumulate the whole of the info to get to the Vault as this takes you into some of the wildest country in Vermont, into the Green Mountains to Smuggler's Notch...to climb the peak of the highest mountain before descending into the saddle to find the path to the vault.  It's a massive expedition that took them 2 years to complete from 1606 and 1607.

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Posted on: December 24, 2018, 01:00:03 pm
Once you locate the intricate carvings you find there is a path made to a mountain pass....

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From the movements calculated in the maps you locate the pass and the approach that matches the image of the carvings

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There you can see the images of a Shield, a Sword, and a Guardian Knight watching over the entrance to the Vault.

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The entrance is some 150' off the ground at the point where you climb the successive approach pitches to get there.

Its one hell of a climb.....actually, its the FIRST climb in the New World.

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Posted on: December 24, 2018, 01:11:52 pm
A Small video about the discovery is made here to show my meeting with the State Archaeologist about this find and the need to preserve it all.

The video takes you through the landing in the main location, then onto the cliff side to install anchors for the climb up to inspect the vault.  You get to see how massive the valley is and the height at which the film is made is impressive on head cam.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1qHEC8q16Y" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1qHEC8q16Y</a>

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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2018, 01:38:30 pm »
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So why are you posting the same pictures on every thread.

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« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2018, 02:30:30 pm »
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So why are you posting the same pictures on every thread.


Same treasure legend

One is the Beginning of the legend (RENNES)

The other page holds part of the End of the legend (OAK ISLAND - VERMONT)





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« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2019, 11:10:00 am »
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sorry but no way.

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« Reply #4 on: March 21, 2019, 06:56:23 pm »
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Many great pictures.  Any updates?





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