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Monday, April 14, 2008


Treasure News: Could the Da Vinci code continue too the Mayan civilization, the Rosslyn chapel gives plausible clues of a Mayan Temple connection. One of the clues that mystifies me is the depiction of corn and aloe beneath the Corn a Maya ruin in the Rosslyn chapel

Rosslyn Indian New world Corn wasn't known to Europeans yet,
this is as mysterious as finding coconut husk in the Money pit
These are prominent plants in the new world all but one Rosslyn plant images was imported by the European explorers to the new world. With these Rosslyn plant clues I searched for more possible clues in the meso civilizations, Mayan architectural art and block writing gave some indication that there maybe a relation in art and block writing.

The Mayan art of beings are mostly Mayans in a crouching positions, in similarities the Rosslyn chapels being images are in somewhat in a crouching perched position.

The Rosslyn chapels ceiling block writing does show the same concept depiction of putting there illustrations in square area's as to the Mayan block writing. May this be a coincidence or maybe this is what culture the author of the Rosslyn church was incorporating into the the chapel's portraits as a story of it's souls it reached out to, with similar knowledge. The Rosslyn chapel does have different images that periodical show up all over the Rosslyn church, this gives reason the church is in story illustration rather in code, this would be not logical for the author of the Rosslyn Chapel to give vital clues or the secrets to the St. Clair secret royal society, then to be depicted in a open venue' this logic would be like wise, for the Mayan and many other ancient culture's.

But' it is well known that the Sinclair's traveled to the America's and they were associated with the Rosslyn church. These Rosslyn clues may give clues on just how far the Sinclair's voyaged along the America's eastern seaboard and who they may of interacted with, the Rosslyn chapel perhaps is a partial travel monument, and the code to Rosslyn's chapel is possibly in the Sinclair's new world foes of the Spanish conquers.

Some has associated, the Oak Island treasure mystery to lost treasure's of the south American empire's. If so, who could of assisted the south American culture's wealth to a far Island off of Nova Scotia. The Sinclair's were seafaring traveler's and had knowledge of the Nova Scotia region. Would it be to much for Sinclair expeditions to venture further down the eastern coast of the new America's after all the the Sinclair's had the best seaworthy navigators of there time. The south American Native wealth and knowledge has eluded the minds of scholars for centuries, could of the south American empires have had a European allied unknown to the Spanish conquers and to the world. The Sinclair expeditions may have kindred to the south American culture' and would be probable candidates to oversee the potential demise of the south American civilizations, brought forward by the Spanish conquers. The Sinclair's would not be sympathizers of the south American culture, but a solidarity rescue coalition for keeper's of given great knowledge.

This looks like a ancient native tool perhaps from a past mysterious civilization in the America's
The Oak Island heart shaped stone is a ancient tool otherwise a mallet head perhaps a pick-axe used to construct the money pit. The Handle was grooved to attach to the wedged stone? Then wrapped with material available twine/leather.
The builders of the money pit had simple ancient tools this is a clue of the culture responsible for the Oak Island mystery.

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