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INVESTIGATION The secrets are unravelling with this Oak Island treasure mystery it is evident that this mystery is about triangles and right angles. Right angle square and compass are the basic tools of the Great builders of ancient structures and the Freemasons used these instruments in their rituals basically these tools were instrumental for me in creating this Oak Island triangle theory.
1 posted on 08/09/2007 6:51:35 AM PDT by oaster
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To: oaster

It’s a strange thing. I could see an eccentric billionaire buying it one day and digging up half the island.


2 posted on 08/09/2007 6:54:34 AM PDT by kinoxi
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I recall reading about this when I was a kid, in Popular Science. Since then, I have figured out how to safely reach the bottom of the hole, but it would cost millions, depending on geology and depth to solid bedrok.

Fascinating story.


3 posted on 08/09/2007 6:59:18 AM PDT by Clam Digger (NO REAL THAN YOU ARE!)
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Arrrrr, hands off me booty, mate!
4 posted on 08/09/2007 7:34:28 AM PDT by Hegemony Cricket (You can't seriously tell me you think we need more laws, or that we don't already have too many.)
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To: oaster

It’s held my imagination since I was a kid. I can’t say I would be happy if all the questions were someday answered. It’s nice to have some mysteries that just stay that way, mysterious. Something to ponder with a nice brandy and a full pipe. Besides nothing I read about what this guy has to say seems any more logical then the other theories.


5 posted on 08/09/2007 8:31:39 AM PDT by Shifty McWhisker
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