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.

Saturday, September 18, 2010


Throughout the decades native Indians were portrayed as not marketable as the adventurous type; Keith Ranville's treasure hunting experiences changed that largely.

First Nations story: In 2005 it was oak island treasure mystery news articles concerning a unique native treasure translation that caught the attention of mystery readers worldwide; cause at the time oak island itself was believed to be a lost cause for a procurement of any kind of treasure what so ever by many?

But since then the oak island money pit mystery has grown logically off the oak island attraction grid to another island close by (Birth Island) through by piecing together oak islands stir'd up evidence and then placing them into proper perspective' what you can say a native man's achievement in treasure hunting actually saved oak island from being forgotten in memory, or in fact new native popular research re-famed the mysterious treasure island in a much better transparent light.

In the national treasure movie; it shows of the u.s one dollar bill with a mythic looking unfinished pyramid but the movie it does not mention that the stealth looking pyramid is on water either? The unfinished pyramid on the u.s dollar currency is perhaps supposed to be built where birch island is located in mahone bay nova scotia, Canada, it to has the geometric u.s dollar bill marking pattern as well? And it too is surrounded by water.

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