What these symbols are
saying is that there is a inverted hidden triangle, that is aligned
south/north. Flooding or entering the right angle of the
triangle will invert the hidden triangle to up right? The rest of
the symbols are instruction verse 3 ,4, 5 this is theory but exploration
is needed to confirm these symbols I will be able to get a closer look at
Birch Island when I start the filming of my documentary but this
translation is more direct the two verses are making more sense as I
study the Triangle more closely. Remember Sir Francis Bacon was a
So what is the answer to this mystery?
Someone has obviously gone to great lengths to
conceal some great treasure at Oak or possibly, Birch, Island.
It is, apparently, too late to get to this
treasure the easy way. When they found the flagstone they should have
stopped and translated it but instead went on digging and broke the corks that
let the water flood the tunnel system. And, according to Ranville,
everyone is looking in the wrong place anyway.
In ongoing correspondence with Ranville, this
writer asked, "Where is the 'X' that marks the spot?" Ranville says, "I
am looking forward to exploration. I am waiting for permission to explore
the Island and I will be taking soil samples measurments ect.. [the] "X" spot
would be at the right angle of the triangle what the symbols say. But field
investigations are needed. These are exciting times for Oak Island."
But what do instructions actually mean?
One day, when technology catches up with the
ancient booby traps built into the money pit, we will be able to take a look and
see what was worth all the hiding and seeking. Some postulate that the pit
contains millions (some say even BILLIONS) in UK pounds. Others have gone
so far as to link the Oak Island Money Pit with Freemasons, Templars and ....
The Holy Grail. Does the Holy Grail lie at the bottom of a deep pit in
eastern Canada? Of course, it may be something of great historical and
heritage value and not English Pounds and some monetary treasure at all. Anyway, one
day, when someone rich enough, with enough time on his/her hands and clever
enough to outsmart the designer of the money pit finally steps up to the plate,
this writer hopes he is around to see what all the fuss is about!