Keith Ranville "World's Greatest Treasure Hunter - Explorer" Vancouver B.C/Halifax N.S AKA for producing the latest Oak/Birch Island treasure research news media/theories/discoveries/Canadian First Nations Heritage research Studies.

Friday, July 17, 2009


Keith Ranville,


Seeking part-time/full-time employment:
in the general vancouver b.c lower-mainland area

Jobs preferred doing:
Driving-moving, delivery service, area clean-up service, general labor jobs (ect.)

Job Experience: Welding, Inflatable boat building/repair, Warehouse Shipper/Receiving (swamper), Marble Mason installer, Some construction experience.

Travel Means:
Does hold a valid Class 5/6 B.C Drivers License/ Bus pass- all zones.

Hobbies: First Nation Native Studies, Puzzle solving (Deciphering/Theories), Treasure Hunting (Native/None Native Research).

Goals: Continual educational studies at community college; writing, Philosophy, Continue my library self teachings in relation to my First Nations oak island treasure mystery-money pit connection to birch island triangle Research project.

Note to Employer:

I am seeking extra funds to pay for night school and to advance my first nations native personal studies achievements, your full-time/part time employment will help to enable me to reach these life-long goals that I aspire to continue.

Contact Information:

Prefer by email then setup a phone appointment;



First Nations Researcher/Treasure Hunter

Mr. Keith Ranville of Vancouver British Columbia

Canadian Cree First Nations Leading Oak Island Treasure Hunter/Researcher

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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Keith Ranville: Read my historical research credits for descriptively translating the Money pit symbols and for ciphering the Oak Island stone triangle that lead to discovering Oak Island's latest discovery the Birch Island treasure triangle for more information on Oak Islands exclusive new research theories/discoveries and treasure news concerning new methods on solving the Oak Island treasure mystery please view this site it's about a Canadian Heritage project. Cree First Nations Shamanistic Oak Island Treasure Hunter/Researcher (