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RE: Oak Island stone picture

	The picture of the stone would be of one indeed found at the 90 foot level
in the Oak Island Pit...some say it held the key to turning off the water
traps in the Pit, if so - it's too late now...but if it were the real Stone
of Scone or something, it might be worth pursuing - (but it seems to me that
one's in Scotland on some Sinclair land somewhere)...I'm fairly certain
someone around here has the original somewhere...or knows who does...

	When I read an account of a valuable object these days, anywhere in the
world, I think that some things just disappear to public view...someone
knows where it is...

	The stone in the picture and it's inscription are, and have always been
acknowledged as a replica...

	Did the authors in the text relate the two geographically - or were the
pictures just together...it might just be a publishing error in the photo


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-sinclair@matrix.net [mailto:owner-sinclair@matrix.net]On
Behalf Of Spirit One Email
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 8:02 PM
To: sinclair@matrix.net
Subject: Re: Oak Island

I have a copy of the Steven Sora book.   Heard a late night talk show with
him answering questions about it last year.  Haven't read it yet but I find
a picture just before page 167 showing "Inscription found at Oak Island,
The chalk-filled grooves reveal Gunn Clan heraldry. "

 Now this picture looked very familiar to me.  One can see on the right side
concrete posts with a chain between them.  So I got out a picture from the
600th taken at Westford and I find that the Sora picture is really the
Westford knight.    There are striations in the rocks in the book's picture
that match the same angle, shape, depth, etc. as the Westford knight.   A
couple of imperfections to the bottom right of the shield also match up with
the Westford knight.
    I wonder now, how accurate the rest of the Sora book is.  the picture
below this one in the book shows "Replica of an inscribed stone found at
ninety feet that allegedly tells of a treasure buried forty feet below.  The
original stone, once part of John Smith's fireplace, has disappeared."   I'm
pretty sure that no stone existed like this near the Westford Knight.  So
don't know how one would locate the place where this supposed stone once was
since the Westford Knight is in Massachusetts.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Goff" <rwgoff00@centre.edu>
To: <sinclair@matrix.net>
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: Oak Island

> The ISBN is 0-89281-710-0.  Rochester, Vermont: Destiny Books, 1999.
> Chapters
> 1. The Mystery of Oak Island
> 2

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