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Richard Stanley

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The following is Part 2 of the series, where we find out links to more individuals, including Lord Southampton, who was Oxford's good 'friend'.

More importantly, we are led on another string of clues to a treasure map, where one must first find the correct place in the heavens, and then the corresponding place on the Earth. The latter revealed in Part 3.

 

Richard Stanley

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Part 3 takes us into Titus Andronicus and The Tempest on a hunt for treasure, which appears to be the Menorah of the Temple and even the fabled Ark of the Covenant. The location is fittingly, on an island, but the question is asked, is the treasure literal or allegorical?

The Menorah was reportedly taken by Titus Flavius, and so should not have been found in Jerusalem by the Templars. The Flavians used the treasure from the temple to build such as the Flavian Amphitheater, but what about the Menorah? Is this what the Elliptical 'Vesica Piscis' Building at Dewa Fortress (now Chester, England) was built to house? Build during the reign of Vespasian and rebuiltd by Elagabalus? The 'Syrian' emperor with the fetish for the big meteorite?

Many people think that the Ark is purely fable, but maybe there really was a typical ark used by a pharaoh, which we believe David and Solomon really were (via uhmmm, encrypted names).

In the two or three years since Part 3 was made, who knows what has been dug up under the Oak Island Swamp, but it seems there is a huge magnetic anomaly ... and a significant amount of non-ferrous metal to be discovered. Could the former be a magnetic meteorite and the latter gold?

Assembling these bread crumbs was quite an effort, as was the work involved in constructing the Oak Island complex. The treasure map, once decoded led to precisely the exact locations of markers in a Sephiroth, Tree of Life. It seems that the creators of this, such as Bacon wanted this to be discovered at some point. But, to what purpose? What does this have to do with New Atlantis, not mentioned in the series especially considering what we've been recently looking at as to the old Atlantis?

 
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Seeker

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what about the Menorah? Is this what the Elliptical 'Vesica Piscis' Building at Dewa Fortress (now Chester, England) was built to house?
The nearest village to Oak Island is also named Chester. Also, am I misunderstanding, Bacon's "New Atlantis" is mentioned briefly, starting at 4:32.
 
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Jerry Russell

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Filling in some backstory:

Petter Amundsen, featured in the video, published a book about his theories in 2006. It was translated into English as "The Seven Steps to Mercy" in 2015. The above-linked video series was published in 2016 on Vimeo by that name.

Wikipedia has a large article on the "Oak Island Mystery" with this lede:

The Oak Island mystery refers to stories of buried treasure and unexplained objects found on or near Oak Island in Nova Scotia. Since the 19th century, a number of attempts have been made to locate treasure and artifacts. Theories about artifacts present on the island range from pirate treasure, to Shakespearean manuscripts, to possibly the Holy Grail or the Ark of the Covenant, with the Grail and the Ark having been buried there by the Knights Templar. Various items have surfaced over the years that were found on the island, some of which have since been carbon-dated and found to be hundreds of years old. Although these items can be considered treasure in their own right, no significant main treasure site has ever been found. The site consists of digs by numerous people and groups of people. The original shaft, in an unknown location today, was dug by early explorers and known as "the money pit". "The curse" is said to have originated more than a century ago and states that seven men will die in the search for the treasure before it is found. To date, six men have died in their efforts to find the treasure.

There is also a History Channel series entitled "The Curse of Oak Island" which is now 7 seasons and 109 episodes, and still in production (that is, if covid-19 hasn't put a stop to it.)
 

Jerry Russell

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Conceptually speaking, is it really possible for embedded codes to prove anything about the true authorship of the plays? That is, for example: if Christopher Marlowe and Amelia Bassano were the true authors, couldn't they have created these codes to send future researchers on a wild goose chase? Not that I'm admitting that the codes aren't multiple comparison artifacts, lacking statistical significance.
 

Richard Stanley

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Yes, one could create such codes to create a wild goose chase. After all, this is a similar argument that William Shakespeare was paid to be a front for another, or 'others', and that the various posthumous artifacts at his monuments 'superficially' point to him.

People could have overheard details of DeVere's foreign adventures and known well of his dark lady relationship with QEI. Then, what to make of the references to the Rosicrucians and the treasure map? Oak Island goes back centuries before to a remarkable voyage by Henry I Sinclair. A 'Scot' of 'Norman/Templar' ancestry. Whose social network would have better access to know about Oak Island, assuming all of these aren't linked somehow.

What kind of extra costs were involved to have such precise custom printing made, including specially modified type?
 

Seeker

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Oak Island goes back centuries before to a remarkable voyage by Henry I Sinclair. A 'Scot' of 'Norman/Templar' ancestry.
One of the criticisms of Sinclair's supposed American voyage is that he never mentioned it himself, but then maybe he wasn't going to, if he was part of a secret heritage with a hidden agenda. In this, he would have been the polar opposite, and certainly does suffer in comparison to, Christopher Columbus, who was not at all shy about proclaiming what he did and what he wanted from Spanish royalty. If Columbus had Templar connections, as has been speculated, could his role have partly been to lead others on a "wild goose chase" too, much farther south, and personally deflect and obscure any notice of Sinclair? However, DNA is not supposed to lie, and it shows that the male line descent of Henry I Sinclair leads back in time to a clade associated with the Salian Franks, possibly Merovingian, to the Great King of prehistoric Germans, and from there the predecessor to Western Yamnaya Culture in 4100 BC, which I believe would have included territory of the Cimmerians and Scythians. This would somewhat match the male "fabricated" genealogy of the Merovingian Kings, supposedly going back to the Cimmerians, who were believed to have been displaced by the Scythians. Perhaps there is a kernel of truth in these old pedigrees.
 

Charles Watkins

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I have a friend who is a student of Miguel de Cervantes and believes the author of Don Quixote is also behind the works of Shakespeare. Clearly, Cervantes has the intellect and talent required. My friend also points out that Shakespeare's poems draw their distinctive flow from a Spanish ordering of words.
 

Richard Stanley

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You mean Edward De Vere also wrote Don Quixote? :)

After watching many of the recent analyses from Oxfordian researchers, it is obvious that De Vere was the author of the Shakespearean corpus, or the bulk of it at least. And that he was closely connected with Bacon and others in such as Rosicrucianism and Masonry. Both his friends and enemies were acknowledging his role in their encrypted works.

And yes, it seems that the poetry would alter English grammar rules as needed. But Cervantes was known for his prose and considered a mediocre poet no? Was he a master of English?
 

Seeker

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After de Vere left the scene, one way or another, in 1604, perhaps his half-brother (?) Bacon carried on the Shakespeare enterprise for him. "All in the (royal) Family", why, we even have an "Archie" in it now, perhaps his father was sent to Canada in order to conduct his own investigation of Oak Island.
 
So am I to presume that the secret pirate treasure (posting #5 above) to be uncovered on Oak Island...
Conceptually speaking, is it really possible for embedded codes to prove anything about the true authorship of the plays? That is, for example: if Christopher Marlowe and Amelia Bassano were the true authors, couldn't they have created these codes to send future researchers on a wild goose chase? Not that I'm admitting that the codes aren't multiple comparison artifacts, lacking statistical significance.
... will be them bones of Marlowe and Amelia Bessano???? That be a tall order and a distracting one, me bucko, even if you are intending to bring home the [Francis] Bacon rather than bolstering Joe Atwill's understanding!

Aaaarrrggghhh!
Cap'n Claude Badhook
 
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