New Oak Island Research and ancient engineering in the America’s
The Oak Island Shafts and Tunnels are not that
new to the North American Culture, ancient artifacts found in the Midwest turned
up new information that can answer questions who engineered the shafts and
tunnels on Oak Island?
Oak Island Money pit was described to be about at
a hundred-foot level in depth to a rectangle stone believed to have
inscriptions, beneath it a shaft tunnel to the beach area.
I have recently made a new Oak Island
theory discovery, that a North American culture had the capabilities to engineer
shaft and tunnels long before the money pit was ever thought of. This
ancient culture was as mysterious and as unknown as the builders of the money
pit. They had knowledge of shafts and tunnels, very similar to the money
pit's shafts and tunnels, the same distance in depth with a bottom exit tunnel
to the surface. This unknown culture has many produced artifacts of writing,
descriptive art and religion similar to today’s cultures.
Diagram of Ancient tunnel
This sketch is from Gales Rhoades Journal this one and the one above.
This engineering diagram has a shaft of the depth of a hundred feet similar to
the money pits shafts depth to the Inscribed stone or to the Smith coves Tunnel
Money Pit Diagram
Image from the Soper Savage
Image from the Soper Savage Collection from Midwest North America, sun and eye
similar to the freemason
Freemason sun and moon similar to the Image from the Soper Savage
I have worked very hard on this Oak Island mystery to bring forward to everyone
the latest research developments and my findings at my own expense and time. I
have a amazing gift of wisdom and I am using it to unravel one of the world’s
most fascinating unsolved mysteries. Please keep in mind my research is not
intended for people to be excessively over opinionated, obsessively against or
judged maliciously publicly, it is for people interested in Canadian heritage
Please go to Ancient Treasure Hunter for more information - Steve Shaffers'
website, he is well aware of me.
First Nations & Sinclair Heritage