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Re: Oak Island
The burgeoning industry that is publishing of books on
Rosslyn/Sinclairs/Knights Templar/ Rennes-le-Chateau/Prieure de Sion means
that some are going to be great, many are going to be suspect, and some are
going to be absolute clunkers manufactured out of whole cloth. We believe
(at our peril it would appear) that if a writer goes to the trouble to
produce a manuscript and then engage a publisher, that there would be some
modicum of a vetting process for same that would stop such folly as Laurel
I too was at Oak Island just under a month ago and toured, just before Niven
and his group, with Don Blankship the various sites. Such a thing as a Gunn
Coat of Arms would have been, how to put this, on the front burner. It is
extraordinarily disconcerting to then read this correspondence that there is
a photo of this coat of arms that was dug up at Oak Island.
Our story is not an easy one where hard evidence abounds. It is incumbent
on us to be rigourous in our researches.
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Date: Thursday, October 12, 2000 6:55 PM
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
>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
>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.
>original stone, once part of John Smith's fireplace, has disappeared."
>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
>since the Westford Knight is in Massachusetts.
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>From: "Robert Goff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 2:03 PM
>Subject: Re: Oak Island
>> The ISBN is 0-89281-710-0. Rochester, Vermont: Destiny Books, 1999.
>> 1. The Mystery of Oak Island
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