“The Curse of Oak Island,” has begun connecting the dots of the Knights Templar to American exploration. I wish the show would continue all year because this historical detective work can be valuable and is incredibly interesting.
Did the Knights Templar travel to Oak Island and the Caribbean to free the people from corruption? When you look at the historical details and the wording of the treaties signed, the goals of the Knights appear. Read the historical facts and see them trying to set up safe places. Locations in the new world for the safe-keeping of their treasures and possible places to develop basic freedoms. The Knights Templar were motivated.
Ben Franklin wrote these words on the corruption of the Bank of England, “The refusal of King George III to allow the colonies to operate an honest money system, which freed the ordinary man from the clutches of the money manipulators was probably the prime cause of the revolution.” There have been many centuries of fighting for freedom.
Here we are, standing free in what was fought for. Let’s use this freedom wisely. Oak Island has revealed more question than answers for hundreds of years. This island continues to expose twice as many clues for every minuscule find. Some Oak Island enthusiasts stifle their search in an attempt to only move forward in proven facts. That is one approach, but I say let us take a leap of faith and believe that the Knights Templar have been to Oak Island.
Once you place one block firmly in place, you have a cornerstone that frees you to proceed. I am not stating with 100% certainty that the Knights were here a millennium ago, but I can share enough information that may allow you to build on that block and see where it leads.
Zena Halpern published a book of a Knights Templar journal, “The Templar Mission to Oak Island and Beyond.” The ink was carbon-dated and the signature confirmed by the Vatican to be a Knight that lived from the year 1133-1192. The journal is a journey to a new world, but does not prove that Oak Island, Nova Scotia is the Isle of Oaks that they referred to in the journal. It is an interesting fact that Oak Island on old maps was called Gloucester Island and the Knight who wrote the journal was born in Gloucestershire, England.
This search is for proof of the Knights Templar Connection and I want to pose a few things I came across. I hope there is enough information so that this can be researched and answered.
The Knights Templar were in Nova Scotia in the 1600’s, 40 km from Oak Island. Samuel de Champlain mapped Port de La Heve, naming the river after where he sailed from in France. After the 1632 Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, which returned Acadia to France, Lieutenant-General Isaac de Raziily built Fort Sainte Marie de Grace and established a colony in the new world. Interesting fact, At the age of 18, Isaac was appointed a knight of the order of Saint John of Jerusalem, also called the Knights of Malta.
- Serving under Isaac de Razilly was Phillipe de Longvillier de Poincy, and after his time spent in Nova Scotia near Oak Island, he went on to the Caribbean. This Knight of Malta arrived in St. Kitts and denounced the King of France and took the Caribbean island for the Knights. The Knights Templar purchased this island along with four other Caribbean Islands. This is a whole story and poses many more questions and ties between the islands.
A book called, “The Ark of St. Croix,” written by JP Noel has vanished. It is hard to hide something today, but this book is not for sale on Amazon or ebay. I have not been able to contact the author. The only reference I can find in the worldwide library is one copy in Germany. The book gives a historical account of why the Ark Of The Covenant was hidden on the island of St. Croix, and I was able to read an original printing from a friend of mine that lives on St. Croix, USVI. I think there must be something inside the pages that makes it worthy of obliteration. The ties to the Knights in the two locations of Oak Island and St. Kitts and St. Croix, USVI are recorded in history and a very interesting fact. Could they have been placing their treasure and beginning a new society in the new world?
In the book, “The Templar Mission to Oak Island and Beyond,” on page 298 is an azimuth line connecting Oak Island to the Caribbean. I don’t think they were aware of the Templar Connection, and did not mention the islands that were owned by the Knights of Malta, but these azimuth lines could be looked into. The book also shows a stone with the coordinates that align with the Notre Dame Basilica in Quebec, Canada. I don’t know if it is a known fact, or interesting to note that this church is where Champlain left half of his fortune to when he died.
Within this mystery, one can see that the more you unravel the more strings of questions unwind. I believe that there are answers to be found, it is just that they are kept hidden. Maybe the Pope wants to help solve the questions about the Knights Templar, and the Vatican will publish the many historical journals they possess.
The chances of the powers that be deciding to share their secrets are slim to none. I suggest we proceed with a leap of faith. Sometimes, the only way to find the truth is to go on a treasure hunt.