The years of being a treasure hunter; seldom there were many opportunities to explore oak island with financial stability; therefore, I would call this a rich man-poor man’s treasure hunt. For this treasure mystery called oak island’ has no structure to gain support to investigate the mystery further, due to lack of financial funding.
The latest efforts put into this treasure mystery re; new discoveries, proved worthless for further funding, this does sound unfair if you look at other mystery subjects their sponsorships is plenty, most likely this is because many unsolved mysteries are related to archaeology and other professional fields.
This left me to believe that this oak island mystery was poorly organized to begin with? and it is just waiting for some sort financial of hand out, all that I can say over the half decade of years I pushed forward giving in research not thinking of funding as priority. Now my ongoing investigation exploratory of the mahone bay n.s area/and places does need further support to finish my first nations oak island inquest in query.
So far I acquired a (1) digital camera, (2) laptop, from my own pocket I will continue to work on other equipment (travel gear) to further my investigations in this treasure hunt. My next quest will be more documented and private. As I learned disclosing research information pays nothing, but, I will be posting papers in the later future, when I find the time in-between working and paying bills, not to mention including me paying for my own equipment at the same time, planning my next expedition ect..
Until further notice I will be taking a break from the treasure hunt for a short while, while I raise funds from my own personal means of support for my next expedition.
Take care and I hope to see you soon,
First Nations Oak Island Treasure Hunter