Re: The oak island money pit enigma & Mount Shasta it has a related skullstone likewise to oak islands skull stone . NEWS
Deep in mount shasta, california lies many shafts and tunnels that many explorers dares not to adventure into them due to a fear of not returning to the surface. The local native people to mount shasta tells of stories of mount shasta and they know not to go to certain places on mount shasta or you’ll go missing like if you go above its tree-line area one story that I heard from a native couple from in a documentary who chanced to camp above the mount shastas tree line they reported to have seen two hooded monk like entities before them they scared them right off the mountain.
These certain intriguing mount shasta stories they really caught my attention cause they have some very similar story similarities to the oak island mystery in nova scotia, canada like mysterious shafts and tunnels, people reported missing and strange lights coming from the area and most of all they both have some kind of illusive skull stone face to them. Mount shasta has a spirit stone and it has a skull face to it and my gut feeling tells me that the oak island skullstone that I interpreted is related to the mount shasta spirit rock skull stone. Native lore or beliefs say that the mount shasta spirit rock is a inter-dimensional doorway and I to believe that the oak island skullstone is a mysterious like vortex doorway of some kind too.
Both oak island money pit and mount shasta are rumored to be hiding a secret that is maybe worth of something of great wealth an some even believe that the secrets to Atlantis is somewhere lurking in the shafts and tunnels in mount shasta and its treasures is covenanted by some Lemurians who live deep in the labyrinths underground tunnels of mount shasta.
Many natives believe that the mount shasta area is a place of healing and I often wondered to myself why people that reside on oak island live a long time? Go Figure. And FYI if anyones going to find the oak island treasure it'll be me.
First Nations Shaman
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