Cree Code Breaker Keith Ranville and the Oak Island Mystery Alternate Perceptions
The so-called "Money Pit" on Oak Island in Nova Scotia has reportedly drained $10M from the pockets of treasure seekers and claimed the lives of six people in the 200-plus years since the pit was first discovered. Now Keith Ranville, a Cree Indian, has turned his knowledge of Cree pictographs to deciphering the enigmatic stone carvings found on the island. Will the Oak Island mystery finally be solved? Are the Oak Island engravings related to Images in Stone found throughout New England?
LOST TREASURE MAGAZINE Cree Code Breaker Challenges 140-Year Old Cipher–The enigma of Oak Island has been called one of the greatest archaeological and engineering achievements of mankind. Often referred to as Canada’s best-known unsolved mystery, Oak Island proudly boasts it’s title for hosting the site of the World’s longest treasure hunt in recorded history.
Cree Native translates ancient stone as a Da Vinci treasure map By Angie Zinck- Lunenburg Progress Enterprise - October 18, 2006 WESTERN SHORE- Nova Scotia You may have heard about the Da Vinci code, but the Ranville code could be what solves the longest-running treasure hunt in recorded history. Keith Ranville, a First Nations man, has travelled from Winnipeg to Nova Scotia
NEW READING OF MYSTERIOUS OAK ISLAND INSCRIPTION Theory points to possible connection with nearby Birch Island HALIFAX, Nova Scotia: Wednesday, 11th, 2007
For the past two centuries, the tunnels of Nova Scotia’s Oak Island have piqued the imagination of historians and treasure hunters alike. Now, a new theory by First Nations researcher Keith Ranville may add fresh speculation to the mystery.
KEITH RANVILLE BREAKS OAK ISLAND CODES
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CKBW, 98.1 FM Radio in Nova Scotia Keith Ranville's radio Interview October 15th 2006 on CKBW, 98.1 FM in Nova Scotia. He appeared on South Shore Sunday Morning with host, Sheldon Macleod. To listen to the interview about Oak Island's buried treasure, click the link .
Oak Island First Nations Radio Interviews The World today With Gord MacDonald CKNW AM 980 Vancouver, Interview about The Oak Island Treasure Mystery
Errie Radio Keith Ranville casually chats with his new friends radio jockeys DK & Fizz about Oak Island and it’s Mystery including conversations about theories on the Money pit and it’s connection to the famous Birch Island Triangle. Mp3
XZONE RADIO SHOW- I would like to invite Keith Ranville, to be my guest on, Monday, May 21 2007, 10 pm – 11 pm Eastern to talk about “Oak Island Story.”
Mid Summer 2005 First Nations Keith Ranville set out from his Vancouver home to investigate a at the time a Oak Island's diminishing place of interest.
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Canadian First Nations native out smarts the money pit, logical knowledge used to un-code a unbreakable cipher. Decoder Keith Ranville has become a over night sensation in the treasure world, this story has all the makings of a Hollywood movie script. Producers, Journalist please contact Keith Directly for more information.
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