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January 14, 2008
In 1970 a 400 foot long dam was built around Oak Island’s Smiths Cove, an original dam was inside the 1970’s dam. The original mysterious excavators of the Money pit built the original dam where evidence of this ancient dam was found during the construction of the 1850's clay and stone dam. The meaning of the dams was to prevent water from seeping into the money pit while it was under construction/excavations. Evidence found in Smiths Cove determines there was underwater construction constructed there at one time or another, some un-known experts believe that this was a ancient wharf but this was a in-conclusive investigation.
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If the Smiths cove dam was to stop water from leaking inland into the flood tunnels beneath Oak Island, then there must be a similar shaft tunnel in the Birch Island triangle, in the inscriptions on the money pit stone found at the 90-foot level distinctly point to the right angle of a triangle. The Birch Island triangles right angle has a similar artificial beach as to the Smiths Cove Beach area; if these two-beach areas are built by the same original builders then they were built for the same purposes. There is visual evidence that shows that there was an ancient flood dam built around the right angle of the Birch Island triangle.
(CBC Television The Oak Island Money pit: And how it works)
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The Oak Island Money pit was meant to only go down to 100 feet only, the inscriptions on the tablet that was found at the 90-foot level’ was engineering instructions. The triangle symbols on the Money pit inscriptions represented the Birch Island triangle.
My research is easily explained in diagrams; I usually visualize ideas before I wright them down this makes it easy to be understood. Treasure hunting is not easy, but with hard work you can make things happen for you. I myself worked very hard at this Oak Island treasure mystery it puzzles me why no one in the past and present was able to excel like me. They spent millions on this Money pit with no results; the theory that I developed didn’t even cost a fraction of what was spent on the Money pit? Sure it cost a lot of personal time and a lot of legwork and hardship but nowhere near the cost of the excavation of the money pit. I am just glad it took a Canadian to make sense of a Canadian mystery.
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