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Oak Island and the Arcadian Mysteries: Oak
Oak Island and the Arcadian Mysteries: Oak
Oak Island and the Arcadian Mysteries: Oak

Oak Island and the Arcadian Mysteries: Oak Island, Rennes le Chateau, and Shugborough Hall

Product ID : 45217995

Galleon Product ID 45217995
Shipping Weight 2.23 lbs
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Manufacturer Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Shipping Dimension 10.91 x 8.5 x 0.91 inches
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About Oak Island And The Arcadian Mysteries: Oak

Oak Island has fascinated researchers and the public for generations. The story of missing treasure stashed in the Money Pit has compelled many to search for this great lost treasure. Amazingly a very similar story is included in the text of the book “Arcadia” by Philip Sidney written over two hundred years prior to the story of Oak Island being exposed to the public. This literary piece was also edited and amended by the first Governor of Scottish Nova Scotia Sir William Alexander of Stirling in Scotland. Alexander held many close ties to the Stewart rulers of Scotland and England as well as even direct relations to the first French Governor of Acadia (Arcadia). Join me here for an in-depth examination of the Arcadian Mysteries. Other historical conundrums also include the theme or imagery of Arcadia. Stirling Castle, Shugborough Hall, and Rennes le Chateau all have elements of their stories that invoke Arcadian themes and meanings. Amazingly all of these places are connected via an extended family. These same families would also have a monumental impact on the development of the United States of America and Canada. These concepts may also lead us to other interesting ascpects of history associated with the Bruton Parish Church Vault of Williamsburg, The Beale Treasure, The Kesnington Rune Stone, The Maryhill Stonehenge and Art Museum, and the Palace of the Legion of Honor of San Francisco and Paris.