The Snow book is a fable book that had symbols published and the symbols were thought that to be where the Money pit symbols originated from, but the symbols were already existed; the Money Pit symbols were already made known from the rectangle tablet that was discovered in the Money pit in 1803? So how could this tale book have any influence on discrediting the Money pit symbols, and where is the physical evidence that the Money pit symbols did not exist?
The Money Pit translations that I recently ciphered, are reference symbols that are now well known? Weather the quantity of symbols are in question, it’s my concept of reading the symbols descriptively that is widely known by using logic?
Past translations of the Money pit symbols were thought to be the cipher with a substitute symbol for letter’ cipher, and it’s cipher was very different to my descriptive concept and translations.
Steve Zou, P.Eng.,Ph.D.Minning Engineer
Dec 1, 2005
To whom it may concern:
Re: Mr. Ranville’ss discovery of the Oak Island Mystery
Last week, Mr. Keith Ranville came to see me in my office and provided adocument regarding his discovery of the Oak Island Treasure Mystery. He made a Presentation and explained his Findings.
I found that his interpretation of the inscription carved on the stone discovered in 1803 isvery different from others. I believe that his translation has some logic and is reasonable to certain degrees. If his discovery can be proven to be correct, it will have a significant impact on Canada’s heritage on the east coast. Therefore I think that his proposed project is worth consideration for support.
Steve Zou, P.Eng.
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