OAK ISLAND LAST YEAR



Treasure Bound
Its been like five years of treasure searching and researching, but there is a time to take a break or look back and reflect on my own accomplishments, this is how research is done and if you have a passion to do something the passion really never ends. Perseverance is a way how you can explain treasure hunting, treasure searching can be as endless as the universe. And its great to hear other people chat or think about my theories and thoughts whether its good or bad feed back the bottom line is it concerns me and my work that I have done over the years. I just look at it as publicity it comes in all kinds of shapes and sizes and I am thankful people are taking interest in myself as a native treasure hunter it was only a few years ago that I was unknown to this oak island treasure hunt and I give thanks to the internet and to the people that has taken notice of my achievements over this period of time of me  treasure hunting.

I plan to come back to nova scotia and see my friends that I made there over a brief short time.             

Sincerely

Your Buddy and Treasure Hunter,

Keith Ranville

"THE OAK ISLAND STORY"

TV
and movie producers-agents alike: the makings of a real national
treasure story is waiting to be filmed in Canada. Cree explorer and
treasure hunter Keith Ranville breaks Oak Island treasure codes, a
first nations unique Canadian story worth filming.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

News–
For those that were entertained by the national treasure sequels, you
may find this oak island mystery quite the interesting treasure story.


The
search is on for a movie/television producer to film a Canadian native
treasure hunting and theme story with new and unique perspectives on
the 200 year Oak Island Mystery

FIRST NATIONS RESEARCHER CIPHERS CODE

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

CANADIAN HERITAGE – OAK ISLAND TREASURE NEWS

FIRST NATIONS TRANSLATOR DECIPHERS ANCIENT TREASURE STONE

Cree Native translates ancient stone as a treasure map

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

"ALTERNATE PERCEPTIONS MAGAZINE"


Cree Code Breaker Keith Ranville and the Oak Island Mystery
By Brent Raynes
Keith
Ranville of Vancouver, British Columbia, is a Cree Indian who was born
in Winnipeg. Keith has brought a new perspective to the legendary Oak
Island mystery of Nova Scotia’s Mahone Bay area, and it’s probably
about time


GLOBAL NATIONAL NEWS: OAK ISLAND

Globals’
Ross Lord Synopsis Oak Island’s past, present and future’ but can First
Nations Researcher Keith Ranville inspire Oak Island’s treasure hunting
popularity as he already done with his recent news about his Birch
Island triangle theory: YOU TUBE Synopsis

MAYAN CONNECTION TO OAK ISLAND’S TRIANGLE

The
Mayan Mathematics is thought to be based on proportions or a universal
unfounded equation, the Oak Island stone triangle looks to have a Mayan
connection as well

OAK ISLAND TEMPLAR TREASURE TRIANGLE

Oak
Island information will soon solve this mystery but Birch Island holds
the secrets to this incredible treasure mystery. These mysterious
symbols and many more secrets I behold about this famous treasure
mystery will eventually solve this enigma.

HOLE DAM OAK ISLAND THEORY

the original dam where evidence of this ancient dam was found during the construction of the 1850’s clay and stone dam.

MAYAN OAK ISLAND TEMPLE

Treasure
News Update Could the "Da Vinci code" continue to the Maya
civilization, Keith Ranville’s Rosslyn chapel research gives plausible
clues of a Mayan temple connection to Rosslyn’s mason art.

-OAK ISLAND PUBLIC NOTIFICATION-

-NEWS BULLETIN-
The
Oak Island treasure pit is commonly known as one of Canada’s most
infamous un-solved mystery, many Canadians are oblivious of its
existence.

KEITH RANVILLE BREAKS OAK ISLAND CODES

News Release
The
Oak Island mystery dynasty is well over 200 years many treasure code
breakers have come and gone. A First Nations skill has been applied to
this un-penetrating mystery with promising results. Mr. Keith Ranville
the latest Oak Island researcher has sustained a longevity in this Oak
Island mystery, noted by many. Mr. Ranville a Vancouverite incorporated
travel and research as a tool to break this Oak Island mysterious code

"WORLD’S GREATEST TREASURE HUNTER"


By Keith Ranville
In
the median summer of 1795 three young men journeyed to a deserted
island off the coast of Nova Scotia. Daniel McGinnis lead the
expedition, exploring their newly discovered island now known as Oak
Island.

OAK ISLAND TREASURE HUNTER

Time
for new road to search for elusive treasure’ oak island mystery about
214 years-old, the 2008 recent assault on Oak Island turned up nothing.
The search is frustrating even for the deepest pockets of investors.

iTemplar

The
mystery’ within the oak island treasure mystery, some can say this
Canadian enigma is nothing more than a riddle that needs to be
unscrambled. Codes,

BEYOND THE OAK ISLAND CODEX

News Source
Oak
Island, is it plausible a real treasure can exist from this mystery,
that’s rumored to have treasure of immense wealth, far greater than one
can imagination. Canada, a country that has many unexplained mysteries
and the oak island mystery is probably on the top of list of mysterious
places to visit.

NEW TREASURE ISLAND IN NOVA SCOTIA

Theory
of all oak island theories, this new triangle discovery itself
gravitates a defined new direction, in resolving Nova Scotia’s most
perplexing mystery. Birch island is a connection to the famous oak
island, that debuted in the media as recently as 2005

KEITH RANVILLE CODE

The interpretable oak island money pit inscriptions, influenced a alternate new direction in solving this treasure mystery.

Mysterious Oak Island

By Keith Ranville
Oak
Island, one of Nova Scotia’s most talked about mystery, the oak island
popularity has dwindled in recent years, but since the Shag harbour ufo
sightings

GUIDE TO TREASURE HUNTING

Much
of the oak island mystery information accounts, is masked in story,
proving controversial clues, as evidence is a hurdle for any treasure
hunter. Matching the oak island tale to real evidence is something that
isn’t recognized among oak island authors, oak island books mainly
detail oak island information with the same general accuracy, to each
other.

Editorial

It
would be hard to call the oak island digs, excavations! a remarkable
amount of carelessness, has went into trying to retain the treasure
from this mystery.

Editorial 2

Treasure searching, is something that everyone can enjoy, more for some-than others. I myself’ has made a journey of it;

Editorial 3

The
oak island treasure hunt, has crossed over into many other subjects.
The potential of the oak island mystery popularity is starting to be
recognized world wide, on a larger scale

Editorial 2008-9 new years edition


One
year ends a new year begins, 2009 is another year for the oak island
mystery; the search continues for the lost-treasure of mahone bay.
Interviews with a treasure hunter has been on the agenda, for the past
4 years and I am sure more is on the way, as the birch island
popularity grows. Month after month of 2008 has been a challenge of
searching and researching specific evidence concerning my triangle
theory.

Sincerely

Canadian

First Nations Researcher/Treasure Hunter

Mr. Keith Ranville of Vancouver British Columbia

keith_ranville@hotmail.com

http://oakislandmoneypitblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2009/07/vancouver-bc-native-seeks-job.html


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