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.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010


Theories on unique subjects usually have a shoestring budget to them cause a theory comes through an original idea or thought? Nobody may know more than I do of the cost of creating a elaborate original theory in ciphers of codes.

For some that are unfamiliar with the oak island treasure hunt as many people are these days, this old canadian treasure hunt began well over 200 years ago in 1795 while three young men were exploring the nova scotia mahone bay islands located off the coast of canada. But it was on this one particular isle that is now known as oak island is where these three young men figured they came across a buried treasure pit, a round sunken circle on the ground along with a over hanging tree branch with a dangling wooden pulley gave the theory to the young men that there must of been something hoisted down in the ground below by someone using the tree branches wooden pulley?

This would be the actual infamous first oak island theory that Daniel McGinnis, Anthony Vaughan and John Smith the names of the three young men mentioned in the short treasure story excerpt above?

The Oak Island Birch Island Triangle Theory - Is the latest popular nova scotia mahone bay treasure hunting research ciphered from the oak island money pit, and the theory it was all basically created on a shoestring budget? Birch island triangle theory was originally read elaborately from oak island clues and like the treasure excerpt story told above birch island does also have a sunken impression in the ground also, but a triangle instead and very large.

At this time the oak island mahone bay canadian research is still ongoing on a shoestring budget.

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-Keith Ranville


Canadian Cree First Nations Leading Oak Island Treasure Hunter/Researcher

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