The birth of Birch Island in the oak island treasure hunt

By Keith Ranville

Oak Island, one of Nova Scotia’s most talked about mystery, the oak island popularity has dwindled in recent years, but since the Shag harbor investigation has received so much media attention, a new oak island theory has developed in Nova Scotia, a short time ago. For those that are new to the oak island treasure mystery, the mystery has been an ongoing controversy since the money pit was discovered in 1795. It was in 1803, a flat olive tinted oblong stone, with mysterious symbols was engineered out of the lengthily depths of the money pit.

The treasure stone was unsuccessfully ciphered, by the original founders of the money pit and later the stone was cemented into a fireplace on Oak Island for safe keeping. It wasn’t till many years later the stone was dislodged from the old fireplace, by a new generation of determined treasure hunters, and brought to a local linguistic school teacher for examination. Where it was given a satisfying reading for the eagerly awaiting treasure hunters. The linguistic school teachers symbol translations seemed, too made to order for a treasure hunt, but it was a acceptable cipher, for the group of treasure hunters, to assume funds to further there oak island excavation’ exploration.

“Forty feet below two million pounds are buried” was believe to be the translation by the linguistic School teacher. Never the less, the controversial cipher, did not solve anything or give no clues, other than the treasure was in an “x” amount of feet in the ground somewhere?

It wasn’t until summer 2005, a new oak island money pit stone translations came out of obscurity, a translation I made, that’s indifferent from the past, made to order school teacher cipher. My new translations of the symbols wasn’t based on a swap for character symbols for letters, but, a translation that was translated as easy as describing the shapes of the inscriptions themselves. But the triangle clues, on the money pit stone is what caught my eye the most, they gave me incentive to search for triangle images on, and around Oak Island.

(The birth of Birch Island)
Is there something to this new money pit symbol cipher? Well the previous cipher explains what may be under ground somewhere? My translation tells a story, of what to look for on Oak Island and what to search for around Oak Island. Some can say, my new oak island symbol translation could be made to order like the linguistic school teachers, treasure hunt driven cipher. But, this does not explain the newly discovered large island triangle clue, I made from my money pit symbol’ research translations, nobody new about the birch island triangle, until I disclosed it from my ongoing research.

Birch Island triangle, a second treasure island in a bay of about 500 islands off the coast of Nova Scotia and neighbors, Oak Island. The birch island triangle’s surface takes up a large portion of the island, with the triangle pointing in a southerly direction. Another triangle clue that also strengthens my triangle theory, this would be the oak island stone triangle formation, a well documented triangle clue, which was found south of the money pit. This also led me to the discovery of Birch Island.
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