SYNONYMOUS ACKNOWLEDGMENT

GRADUATE APPRENTICE IN TREASURE

Submission archived regarding first nations Canadian material of great interest in a situation western shore, nova scotia mahone bay. Birch Island.

Mr. Steve Zou, P.Eng.,Ph.D.

Mining Engineer

Dec 1, 2005 To whom it may concern: Re: Mr. Ranville’s discovery of the Oak Island Mystery Last week, Mr. Keith Ranville came to see me in my office and provided a document regarding his discovery of the Oak Island Treasure Mystery. He made a Presentation and explained his Findings.

I found that his interpretation of the inscription carved on the stone discovered in 1803 is very different from others. I believe that his translation has some logic and is reasonable to certain degrees. If his discovery can be proven to be correct, it will have a significant impact on Canada’s heritage on the east coast. Therefore I think that his proposed project is worth consideration for support.

Sincerely Steve Zou, P.Eng.

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From: Danny Hennigar flhs@eastlink.ca
To: keith ranville
Subject: Oak Island Date: Thu, 05 Jan 2006 08:22:11 -0400

Keith,
Like I promised you, here is my e-mail address and letter of support.

Last evening I looked over the package of documents and drawings you have assembled and have discovered that you have spent a lot of time on this enigma. The energy you have expended to follow your idea is impressive and I greatly respect the tenacity you have shown. The first day I met you, this Fall, I did not really understand the depth of your commitment to this project and have come to realize you are very serious.

I support you and your quest in principle, and hope you are able to find the funding to continue your understanding of the Oak Island mystery. I wish you luck in pursuing a better understanding as you touch base with many Mi’Kmaq elders, reserves, leaders and contacts along the way of your journey here in Nova Scotia. To understand the present, I think one must understand the past.

Kindest regards,

Danny Hennigar
Oak Island Tourism Society

SAULT STE. MARIE MUSEUM
690 QUEEN STREET EAST SAULT STE. MARIE ONTARIO P6A 2A4
WEB http://www.saultmuseum.com/

January 19th, 2006
To Whom It May Concern; In the fall of 2005 Mr. Keith Ranville came to visit the Sault Ste. Marie Museum and provided an explanation of his research and his proposed project to the Museum Director / Curator.

On December 29th, 2005 the Museum received a fax from Mr. Ranville asking for a letter of support for his project.

The Management Board of Directors of the Sault Ste. Marie Museum was provided with his information package and his request at the regular meeting of January 19th, 2006.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, we support this project in principle as it relates to the history of Canada and look forward to further developments which may result.

Sincerely,
Mr. Bruce E. Pearce, President
Management Board of Directors
Sault Ste. Marie Museum SAULT

ST. MARIE & 49’ FIELD REGIMEN R.C.A HISTORICAL SOCIETY

BEAR RIVER FIRST NATION NOVA SCOTIA

Bear River First Nation

P.O. BOX 210 PHONE: (902) 467-****
BEAR RIVER (902) 467-****
NOVA SCOTIA FAX: (902) 467-****

October 18, 2005

To whom it may concern:

Please be advised that Keith Ranville has met with the BEAR RIVER FIRST NATION of Nova Scotia and provided a presentation of his proposed research on Oak Island or Mahone Bay. On behalf of the Bear River First Nation, we support this project in principle and look forward to the progress of this endeavor.

Respectfully,

Chief Frank Meuse jr.

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Oak Island Radio Interviews

The World today With Gord MacDonald CKNW AM 980 Vancouver, Interview about The Oak Island Treasure Mystery http://www.cknw.com/

CKBW, 98.1 FM Radio in Nova Scotia Keith’s radio Interview October 15th 2006 on CKBW, 98.1 FM in Nova Scotia. He appeared on South Shore Sunday Morning with host, Sheldon Macleod. To listen to the interview about Oak Island’s buried treasure, click the link below. http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland/keith_ranville_radio_interview.htm

Errie Radio Keith Ranville casually chats with his new friends radio jockeys DK & Fizz about Oak Island and it’s Mystery including conversations about theories on the Money pit and it’s connection to the famous Birch Island Triangle. Mp3 http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland/eerie_radio_episode_14.htm

XZONE RADIO SHOW– I would like to invite Keith Ranville, to be my guest on, Monday, May 21 2007, 10 pm – 11 pm Eastern to talk about “Oak Island Story.”
http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland/eerie_radio_episode_14.htm

Exclusive Oak Island News Articles

LOST TREASURE MAGAZINE Cree Code Breaker Challenges 140-Year Old Cipher http://oakislandtreasurenewsarchives.blogspot.com/2008/01/lost-treasure-magazine-oak-island.html

Cree Native translates ancient stone as a treasure map By Angie Zinck- Lunenburg Progress Enterprise – October 18, 2006 WESTERN SHORE- Nova Scotia http://oakislandtreasurenewsarchives.blogspot.com/2008/01/oak-island-treasure-news-canadian.html

NEW READING OF MYSTERIOUS OAK ISLAND INSCRIPTION Theory points to possible connection with nearby Birch Island HALIFAX, Nova Scotia: Wednesday, 11th, 2007
http://oakislandtreasurenewsarchives.blogspot.com/2008/01/oak-island-treasure-canadian-native.html

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Keith Ranville

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OAK ISLAND TREASURE NATIVE MAN’S MYSTERIOUS CODES

https://keithranville.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/keithranvillebirchislandtriangle.jpg?w=259
 
Theory gives possible connection with nearby Birch Island

Special Photo Edition

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia: Tuesday March, 22nd  2011 – – For the past two centuries, the tunnels of Nova Scotia’s Oak Island have piqued the imagination of historians and treasure hunters alike. Now, a new theory by First Nations researcher Keith Ranville may add fresh speculation to the mystery. Based on a unique reading of an inscription once found in the “Money Pit,” Mr. Ranville believes that the answer to the riddle may be found on nearby Birch Island.

Oak Island, located on the scenic Mahone Bay about an hour’s drive south of the provincial capital of Halifax, has been associated with buried treasure since the late 18th century. Local settlers reportedly found a ship’s tackle block hanging from a tree branch, overhanging a large depression in the ground.

Early efforts to dig down failed when the diggers encountered layers of timber every 10 feet. In the ensuing generations, several organized excavation attempts have drilled down nearly 200 feet, en route encountering some artifacts within the staggered layers of logs, clay, putty, charcoal, flagstones and most perplexingly, coconut husks.

During the earlier diggings of 1800’s, the tunnel had become flooded by seawater – which many believed was the result booby trap being sprung – thus complicating further digging since then. A drilling effort in the mid 1800’s was said to have uncovered fragments of a gold chain. In 1971, a camera was lowered into the pit and reportedly captured images of wooden chests and human remains.

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Young Franklin Roosevelt

Among the scores of enthusiastic treasure hunters was a young Franklin Roosevelt, one of the investors in a 1909 excavation attempt.

One of the most fascinating artifacts from the pit was said to be a flat stone recovered at the 90 foot depth, carrying a mysterious inscription. A fragment of stone with similar symbols was found nearby in Smith’s Cove in the 1930’s. The stone tablet itself has gone missing, but a record of its symbols remains. Until now, the consensus is that the symbols are a code translated as; “forty feet below two million pounds are buried.”

Oak Island Money pit inscriptions

However, Keith Ranville’s theory offers a different interpretation as to the stone’s symbols, which could lead to a new explanation of the Oak Island mystery. “I believe these symbols have been incorrectly assumed to stand for something else. In the First Nations tradition that I’m a part of, we believe symbols should simply be looked at in and of themselves, rather than thinking of them as codes that have to be cracked,” Mr. Ranville explained. “In the pictograms of Cree Salavics, for example, the images are meant to be descriptive, not abstract.” Using this approach, Mr. Ranville examined the Oak Island symbols and found what may be a set of instructions about a tunnel system involving both Oak Island and nearby Birch Island.

Keith Ranville’s Translations

For example, the stone inscription begins with a triangle symbol, which is repeated throughout. Mr. Ranville believes that this represents nearby Birch Island, which has a distinctly triangular clearing on its north shore. Likewise, a symbol showing a circle divided into two hemispheres can be thought of as representing north/south directional markers. A series of dots in singles, pairs and triplets may be quantitative symbols.

Examining all the symbols in this way, Mr. Ranville believes that the symbols on the Money Pit’s stone tablet are actually technical instructions describing the location and layout of a possible underground network involving both Oak Island and Birch Island. Oak Island inscribed artifact with the same inscriptions as the money pit symbol’s

“There was a fragment of another stone tablet that was found on Oak Island’s Smith Cove in the 1930’s,” Mr. Ranville explained. “It too has these types of symbols, but one in particular appears to be a Greek symbol designating ‘underwater door’. In conjunction with the other symbols, I believe this points to underwater doors and additional shafts on Birch Island itself.”
Oak Island/Smiths Cove

Smith’s Cove is on the part of Oak Island that is closest to Birch Island, and is said to have yielded several artifacts itself over the years.

“Based on the inscribed symbols, I think we should be looking at Oak Island and Birch Island together in order to solve the mystery. If Birch Island proves to have underwater doors and tunnels around its triangular clearing, then it would be a huge step forward in our understanding of what Oak Island is all about.”

There have been many, occasionally bizarre, theories as to what the Oak Island tunnels may contain: a Masonic vault containing the Holy Grail, Viking or Pirate booty, Inca treasure, the French Royal Crown Jewels, payroll for colonial British soldiers or even the secret writings of Francis Bacon. Mr. Ranville prefers not to speculate. “Those are interesting and sometimes funny theories, but I’d rather just look at the evidence that we do have, and go from there.”

A oak Island etching of a Pirate monk & Dog discovered by Keith Ranville

I not only ciphered symbols I brought out images from out of in stone? In relation to the oak island mystery. I am still in the midst of solving this mystery these images play a key role in solving this mystery my goal is to solve this mystery and be on my way.

Please enjoy my work I am working hard to bring forward my work to the world to view at my own expense and time.

Mr. Ranville is a self-taught researcher born in Manitoba. While living in Vancouver, he became acquainted with the Oak Island mystery and began studying it.

Both Oak Island and Birch Island are private property, and access must be sought by permission of the landowners.

# # #

Keith Ranville

Contact Me

#OakIsland Money Pit Described Best in a Treasure Stone

Oak Island mystery is described best to a cree first nations man in a pictorial manner in stone found on the treasure island. Keith Ranville News

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This image ^ is not a coincidence or a case of pareidolia this stone that was photographed not by me that was found on the treasure isle tells of a story of the history of oak island to me in a very descriptively language to me … Its quite obvious that this treasure hunt revolves around in my favor for whatever reasons.

Sincerely Yours

Cree First Nations

Keith Ranville

keith_ranville@hotmail.com

 

Oak Island Money Pit Hits the Airwaves Coast to Coast

South shore now Nova Scotia, CKNW AM 980 Vancouver, XZone Radio, Errie radio hosts/Airs #oakislands most infamous treasure hunter Keith Ranville of #FirstNations.

Hey folks, enjoy my oak island treasure hunting time and efforts that I offered you for free.. Cheers.

First Nations

Keith Ranville

keith_ranville@hotmail,com

Oak Island Mystery What they don’t Want you to Know?

MYSTERIOUS NEW READING OF THE OAK ISLAND INSCRIPTIONS

Theory points to possible connection with nearby Birch Island

Special Photo Edition

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia: Tuesday, January 1st, 2008- – For the past two centuries, the tunnels of Nova Scotia’s Oak Island have piqued the imagination of historians and treasure hunters alike. Now, a new theory by First Nations researcher Keith Ranville may add fresh speculation to the mystery. Based on a unique reading of an inscription once found in the “Money Pit,” Mr. Ranville believes that the answer to the riddle may be found on nearby Birch Island.

Oak Island, located on the scenic Mahone Bay about an hour’s drive south of the provincial capital of Halifax, has been associated with buried treasure since the late 18th century. Local settlers reportedly found a ship’s tackle block hanging from a tree branch, overhanging a large depression in the ground.

Early efforts to dig down failed when the diggers encountered layers of timber every 10 feet. In the ensuing generations, several organized excavation attempts have drilled down nearly 200 feet, en route encountering some artifacts within the staggered layers of logs, clay, putty, charcoal, flagstones and most perplexingly, coconut husks.

During the earlier diggings of 1800’s, the tunnel had become flooded by seawater – which many believed was the result booby trap being sprung – thus complicating further digging since then. A drilling effort in the mid 1800’s was said to have uncovered fragments of a gold chain. In 1971, a camera was lowered into the pit and reportedly captured images of wooden chests and human remains.

Young Franklin Roosevelt

Among the scores of enthusiastic treasure hunters was a young Franklin Roosevelt, one of the investors in a 1909 excavation attempt.

One of the most fascinating artifacts from the pit was said to be a flat stone recovered at the 90 foot depth, carrying a mysterious inscription. A fragment of stone with similar symbols was found nearby in Smith’s Cove in the 1930’s. The stone tablet itself has gone missing, but a record of its symbols remains. Until now, the consensus is that the symbols are a code translated as; “forty feet below two million pounds are buried.”

Oak Island Money pit inscriptions

However, Keith Ranville’s theory offers a different interpretation as to the stone’s symbols, which could lead to a new explanation of the Oak Island mystery. “I believe these symbols have been incorrectly assumed to stand for something else. In the First Nations tradition that I’m a part of, we believe symbols should simply be looked at in and of themselves, rather than thinking of them as codes that have to be cracked,” Mr. Ranville explained. “In the pictograms of Cree Salavics, for example, the images are meant to be descriptive, not abstract.” Using this approach, Mr. Ranville examined the Oak Island symbols and found what may be a set of instructions about a tunnel system involving both Oak Island and nearby Birch Island.

Keith Ranville’s Translations

For example, the stone inscription begins with a triangle symbol, which is repeated throughout. Mr. Ranville believes that this represents nearby Birch Island, which has a distinctly triangular clearing on its north shore. Likewise, a symbol showing a circle divided into two hemispheres can be thought of as representing north/south directional markers. A series of dots in singles, pairs and triplets may be quantitative symbols.

Examining all the symbols in this way, Mr. Ranville believes that the symbols on the Money Pit’s stone tablet are actually technical instructions describing the location and layout of a possible underground network involving both Oak Island and Birch Island. Oak Island inscribed artifact with the same inscriptions as the money pit symbol’s

“There was a fragment of another stone tablet that was found on Oak Island’s Smith Cove in the 1930’s,” Mr. Ranville explained. “It too has these types of symbols, but one in particular appears to be a Greek symbol designating ‘underwater door’. In conjunction with the other symbols, I believe this points to underwater doors and additional shafts on Birch Island itself.”
Oak Island/Smiths Cove

Smith’s Cove is on the part of Oak Island that is closest to Birch Island, and is said to have yielded several artifacts itself over the years.

“Based on the inscribed symbols, I think we should be looking at Oak Island and Birch Island together in order to solve the mystery. If Birch Island proves to have underwater doors and tunnels around its triangular clearing, then it would be a huge step forward in our understanding of what Oak Island is all about.”

There have been many, occasionally bizarre, theories as to what the Oak Island tunnels may contain: a Masonic vault containing the Holy Grail, Viking or Pirate booty, Inca treasure, the French Royal Crown Jewels, payroll for colonial British soldiers or even the secret writings of Francis Bacon. Mr. Ranville prefers not to speculate. “Those are interesting and sometimes funny theories, but I’d rather just look at the evidence that we do have, and go from there.”

A oak Island etching of a Pirate monk & Dog discovered by Keith Ranville

I not only ciphered symbols I brought out images from out of in stone? In relation to the oak island mystery. I am still in the midst of solving this mystery these images play a key role in solving this mystery my goal is to solve this mystery and be on my way.

Please enjoy my work I am working hard to bring forward my work to the world to view at my own expense and time.

Mr. Ranville is a self-taught researcher born in Manitoba. While living in Vancouver, he became acquainted with the Oak Island mystery and began studying it.

Both Oak Island and Birch Island are private property, and access must be sought by permission of the landowners.

# # #

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpG_29bPD4E

Oak Island Independent Researcher

Canadian Cree First Nations

Keith Ranville

CONTACT INFORMATION

keith_ranville@hotmail.com

Vancouver Native Man Shakes up the Treasure World

FIRST NATIONS TRANSLATOR DECIPHERS ANCIENT TREASURE STONE

Cree Native translates ancient stone as a treasure map

By Reporter ANGIE ZINCK


WESTERN SHORE NOVA SCOTIA – You may have heard about the Da Vinci code, but the Ranville code could be what solves the longest-running treasure hunt in recorded history. Keith Ranville, a First Nations man, has travelled from Winnipeg to Nova Scotia in hopes of unlocking the secret codes on Oak Island. He says he has done so by re-translating one of the stones found on the island over 200 years ago. The stone was first found in 1803 by the Onslow Company. Found 90 feet down the Money Pit, the stone was believed to be two feet long and 15 inches wide, weighing approximately 175 lb.

 

Since that time, it has been said that the inscription on the stone read “forty feet below two million pounds are buried,” as transcribed by James Leitchi, a professor of languages at Dalhousie University. Some researchers have questioned this translation as Mr. Leitchi was involved in a treasure hunting company trying to sell stocks.
Keith Ranville New Translatations

Today, the actual stone is lost. It was used as a hearthstone in two homes on Oak Island, but it was moved to a Halifax storefront where it went missing when the building was torn down. Its last known location was around the Centennial Pool area.  Mr. Ranville used pictures of the stone to decipher its series of shapes, lines and dots to reveal a new translation that reads more like a map. “I’ve brought some new stuff to the table,” he says, adding that the stone’s etchings could be used to figure out the mystery of Oak Island. By his translation, much of the digging in the Money Pit area has been a waste of time and money. “I believe the pit wasn’t meant to go beyond 100 feet,” he says. “I believe it wasn’t meant to go beyond these symbols.”

Money Pit
If one were to take Mr. Ranville’s code and follow it, it would lead you off Oak Island, the site of all the treasure hunting for the past 211 years, under the water of the bay and onto the neighbouring Birch Island via man-made shafts.
“The instructions at the bottom of the pit tell you about where and how to locate these shafts and I believe they’re in Mahone Bay,” he says. Mr. Ranville believes the two islands are connected by these shafts. He said that aerial shots of Birch Island prove the island has been touched by human hands. These aerial shots of the 16-acre Birch Island do show a large triangle which takes up a good portion of the island landscape. “What I want to do is investigate this island where I think these symbols lead to,” he says. Mr. Ranville has contacted the owner, Christopher Ondaatje, to inquire about doing some soil testing and exploring on the island.

In addition to being the home of the famous treasure, Mr. Ranville believes Birch Island may also be an ancient burial site for those who were involved in the original treasure-hiding scheme.
“This is a significant Nova Scotia heritage discovery and that is Canada’s national treasure brought here for our guardianship long before Canada was established,” he says. “We should respect the civilization that is responsible for the makings of these structures. “They were a very unique culture and may hold the secret to many ancient structures. Although he doesn’t know who actually buried the treasure, Mr. Ranville believes Oak Island and Birch Island need to be protected from further change to unlock their true history.
At the time of this interview, Mr. Ranville had yet to hear from Mr. Ondaatje regarding the island. He says he will continue to research the island and its tales of mystery and treasure.

You can view Birch Island on Google world Wide web two Islands east of Oak Island.

Journalist (Bio) Angie Zinck, ReporterAngie is a native of Lunenburg County and graduated from Park View Education Centre in 1998. She is a 2002 graduate of the Bachelor of Applied Arts in Journalism program at St. Thomas University, Fredricton, New Brunswick. Angie covers the Chester area.

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Oak Island’s Living Legend Lives

LOST TREASURE MAGAZINE OAK ISLAND EDITION

April Edition—2007 Hard copy Edition
Oak Island Update! – Cree Code Breaker Challenges 140-Year Old Cipher
MAHONE BAY, Nova Scotia
–The enigma of Oak Island has been called one of the greatest archaeological and engineering achievements of mankind. Often referred to as Canada’s best-known unsolved mystery, Oak Island proudly boasts it’s title for hosting the site of the World’s longest treasure hunt in recorded history. Now in its 212th year this 10 million dollar project that has selfishly taken the lives of six young men is no closer to being solved than it was in 1795 when three teen boys discovered a shaft here and began digging for what they believed to be pirate treasure! The boys excavated down to the 30-foot mark, exhausted and unable to continue they realized the dig would be a much larger effort then they first imagined. What the boys found as they dug convinced all three that they had indeed discovered a man-made vertical shaft of sound engineering. Their only conclusion was that it had been built to hide an enormous treasure. Knowing that a proper excavation required equipment, animals and manpower the boys set out to find investment capital. It took years but they did find an investor with whom they became the founders of the Onslow Company, the first of many treasure recovery companies that would come and go on Oak Island. To date the cost of this intoxicating treasure hunt has far exceeded ten million dollars and consigned six sturdy treasure hunters to an early grave.
Now for the first time since the 1860’s one man has come forward to challenge the translation of a cryptic message found etched into a stone that was discovered at the 90-foot mark in the original shaft in 1803 by the Onslow Company. The stone vanished about 1900 and no known image or text was preserved showing the cryptic message. However a Mahone Bay schoolteacher in 1909 claimed to have copied the two line, forty-character coded text directly from the stone hoping that he could break the code himself. He provided the only image of the codex known to exist stating the code was a simple letter-for-cipher that was accurately translated by Professor James Leitchi, a professor of languages at Dalhouse University in 1860’s. Leitchi’s translation reads… “Forty feet below two million pounds are buried.” Although Leitchi’s translation has never been directly challenged it has always been suspicious since a business relationship is known to have existed between Leitchi and the Oak Island Association, the 1860’s recovery company.
Recently Keith Ranville, a Cree First Nations researcher announced his challenge of Leitchi’s translation stating… “Birch Island holds the secret to the meaning of the construction on Oak Island. According to the Lunenburg Progress Enterprise, Ranville claims that Leitchi’s method to break the code was flawed, citing that his translation using the First Nations tradition sees the codex as individual abstract symbols that were never intended to be translated into a single message. Using Ranville’s method to decipher the code, which reads more like a map, Oak Island is directly linked to its sister island, nearby Birch Island by underwater man-made shafts. He cites the repeated use of the triangle from the original inscription and points to the large triangle that he discovered on Birch Island, which is only visible from the air. The triangle on the 16-acre Birch Island takes up much of the Island, which Ranville believes is also the ancient burial grounds for those who were involved with the complex construction found on Oak Island.
Ranville’s work offers a completely different approach to solving the Oak Island mystery. Traveling across Canada Ranville has presented his findings to a number of scholars and groups many of whom have supported his work in principal. He has been interviewed on radio programs and his currently looking for funding to help pursue his research further. Those supporting Ranville’s research include mining engineer, Steve Zou, P.Eng.,PH.D, the Bear River First Nation of Nova Scotia, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum. To learn more you can log on to Ranville’s web site at:http://www.mythandmystery.com/oakisland/eerie_radio_episode_14.htm
Correspondence with Keith Ranville during December, 2006
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OAK ISLAND TREASURE HUNTER/RESEARCHER
Keith Ranville

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Donald Trump U.S President Strange But True!

Well there goes the neighborhood President Elect Donald Trump! a reality show  jumps the curb into real life events #OakIsland News

Manipulator Donald Trump must of been secretly watching the oak island money pit shenanigans for the last decade and he applied that to his run for presidency to win u.s president.

…Keith Ranville

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#SunGod Lives in hearts & Minds Daily

#SunGod is much mightier than any man made religion the sun has been worshiped for eons of civilizations before us why-change now?  #OakIsland News

I believe the sun is much more than a ball of gases that shows up daily it gives us life and to all that we depend on to keep us alive.

Cree First Nations Shaman,

Keith Ranville

keith_ranville#hotmail.com

UFO Debris Leaving the Moon?

 

Interesting Lunar Moon Anomalies.

Keith Ranville

keith_ranville@hotmail.com

 

BC Transit Translink Skytrains Noise Cancellation Idea?

Is it possible for translink skytrains to be a more quieter & enjoyable commute technology suggests so noise cancellation devices [#OakIsland News]

installed in each skytrain it may solve the already uncomfortable noisy skytrain ride especially in through the skytrain tunnels.

I believe that the translink skytrain ride can be a quieter ride by using today’s technology like maybe translink  can try to install sound cancellation devices to there skytrains.

Inventor

Keith Ranville

keith_ranville@hotmail.com

BCLDB Signature Liquor Stores Cold Zone My Idea!

B.C Government Liquor Distribution Stores are housing there establishments with cold zone fridges its my idea august 1st 2009 I sent #BCLDB a proposal #OakIsland News

I think I Keith Ranville deserves some sort of credit for b.c signature liquors stores having cold beer in there stores.

Well here’s my proposal letter I sent to bcldb about 7 years ago august 1st 2009 the letter proposal is in the following..

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August 1, 2009

COOL MARKETING IDEA

Greetings Senior Store Manager

My name is Mr. Keith Ranville I was in visit to your New Westminster Liquor store establishment saturday afternoon and I had a idea that may influence marketing in the “Green” sector campaign that’s in b.c liquor stores? This idea may be good for you (liquor stores).

Here is my innovating Idea; when I entered your establishment I notice the air-conditioning was on high, don’t get me wrong I was relieved from the outside hot weather. But the cost of running air-conditioning is quite expensive my “green” pitch is not to save on air-conditioning but to apply a second use application to it? Like running the air-conditioning through a beverage wall fridge then venting the wall fridge air throughout the liquor store as a cooling system. This idea is more practicably that would comfort the customer and increase beverage sales and still cool the environment in your liquor store branch(s).

Please forward my idea to who markets the B.C Liquor Stores, also please give me a response to this letter of a marketing idea regardless of any decision made in this potential inspiring procurement. (Note) this idea is not only directed to liquor stores.

Sincerely

Inventor

Keith Ranville,

keithranville@hotmail.com