Oak Island Decoding

Oak Island Whodunit?

To decode the code writer's name, I'll draw your attention to the Oak Island inscribed Stone's first two symbols in Line 1 ∇∇ and the first five symbols in Line 2 of I∴CC∴, which translated into IALLA on the Stone's Message page.


Stone image enhanced for better clarity from Biblioteca Pleyades.

In the Stone's Numbers page, the first symbol group in Line 1 add up to 360, and in Line 2 add up to 80 or the Greek letter for pi; I read this as a connection between these groups. In sigla, scribal abbreviations, used by medieval scribes who wrote in Latin and later Greek and Old Norse, a line over a letter meant an abbreviation, so the W or double U means his initials are UU. Under "Marks with independent meaning" in the scribal abbreviations page, the line over a letter also means a missing m or n. With these facts in mind, let's look for the Medieval Gaelic name Uilliam Uallas. Here he demands mirror images, as he has done previously. The slashes on the second ∇ are telling you to mark out a letter when necessary. So for Uilliam, you bring down a U from above for U-IALLA, mark out the first A and add the mirror image of I for IULLIA, and then from the scribal abbreviation, you are to add the missing "m" for Uilliam. The same goes for Uallas; U-IALLA requires you to mark out the I for the mirror image ALLA and add the S from the slash that we discovered early on in the Stars Diagram page for the frost letter of the word Sword. Therefore, Uilliam Uallas left something at Oak Island. Now let's translate his name into English:

Sir William Wallace—AKA Braveheart!

Absurd you say! Well, let's find out. He was not only a great war strategist and warrior but a well read and accomplished scholar in his own right and known to have spoken seven to eight languages: Greek, Latin, French, German, Gaelic, English, Italian, and some say Spanish. His command of various languages made him an excellent military leader for his ability to speak with men from all different countries and cultures.

Wallace suddenly appears in the history books in May of 1297 when he assassinates an English High Sheriff in Lanark, Scotland. However, little is known about his life before 1297. Four months later, he is victorious at the Battle of Stirling Bridge during the First Scottish War of Independence. After his victory in September of 1297 at Stirling, William Wallace wrote a letter in Latin now called the "Lübeck Letter" that freed the ports of Scotland for commerce. The seal on the attached letter indicates in Latin that father’s name was Alan, not Malcolm as previously believed. Wallace’s personal seal was a Scottish lion rampant on the front and a strung bow with an arrow on the reverse side. This corroborates with the limestone boulder possibly in the shape of a lion's head at the center of the sword/cross (Nolan's Cross), the arrow pointing down at the end of the first symbol group of Line 1 on the inscribed Stone, and the distinction of his famous sword for the word Sword that we found on the Stone's Message and Stars Diagram pages. OK, now let's readdress the IALLA code, and use the two slashes to mark out two letters and add a missing "n" for his father's name Alan. How ingenious that it appears he even snuck in his father's name into the code. Another letter dated November 7, 1300, has surfaced that was written by King Phillip IV to Pope Boniface VIII requesting Wallace’s favor from the Pope, but there is no proof that Wallace ever owned the letter or visited the Pope in Rome.

In March 1298, Wallace became a Guardian of Scotland. However, after his defeat at Battle of Falkirk on July 22, 1298, he resigned his Guardianship. Circa 1299, he sailed to La Rochelle, France, on the premise of seeking aid from King Philip IV. There's all kinds of stories swirling around about timing and his activities, but what is know is that Wallace disappeared out of sight for at least 2-3 years. Nevertheless, during his voyage to La Rochelle, he encounters many pirate ships (up to 16 in some recounts) and had a swashbuckling sword cross with a pirate named Thomas de Longueville, known as Red Rover. Little is known about Longueville other than he supposedly was wrongfully accused of murder, which no one seems to know who and therefore became a pirate. Oddly enough, Wallace and Longueville evidently became fast friends before they disembarked at La Rochelle, France, purportedly flying the pirate flags. Strangely enough, King Phillip IV pardoned and knighted Longueville. If Longueville truly had a fleet of ships, then the mystery of how Wallace travelled to Oak Island and the many different stories that the Oak Island treasure is connected to pirates is solved. Wallace suddenly reappears in the public eye in February 24, 1303, to participate in the Battle of Rosslyn (Roslin) with Sir Henry Sinclair. William Wallace had attended Sinclair's knighting ceremony in 1297. Do Wallace's affiliations with Henry Sinclair indicate a tie to the Knights Templar?

Now let's switch gears and see if any of the previous numbers discovered up to this point can find something about the year Wallace may have been on Oak Island. The 860 number for the central blue circle on my Stars Diagram graphics has always puzzled me because 680 days is the orbit of Algol's three stars. If you subtract the diameter of the Moon from 860, that seemed so important to him in the Planetary Diagram page, you get 2160 - 860 = 1300. Could the 13.2 or 1320 numbers found in the Treasure Diagram page mean the year 1302 and that he was on Oak Island between 1300 to 1302 AD?

I have one more observation to share with you. I believe I know where he went after he returned to Scotland and found it two ways. If you think of the numbers 50 and 6.6 and subtract them, you 50 - 6.6 = 43.4 (the 50° and 6.6° are found on the Oak Island Decoding and Treasure Diagram pages)  and multiply 43.4 * 3 = 130.2 and then subtract that from 180 - 130.2 = 49.8° or simply by using another decimal point for the 13.2 and 1320 numbers found in the Treasure Diagram page and subtract 130.2 from 180 for 49.8. If you plug 49.8° into the Geo Midpoint's Bearing and Distance Calculator from Oak Island and set the miles to 2694.5 miles while making sure the Earth model is in Sphere mode, it brings you to Dunkeld Cathedral on the north bank of the River of Tay that flows along Dunkeld, Perth, and Kinross. Dunkeld means the Fort of the Celts.

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Click here for the interactive Geo Midpoint Bearing and Distance Calculator map.

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The East Wing or Choir is the oldest part of the Dunkeld Cathedral. Building began in the mid-1200s and completed under Bishop William Sinclair (brother of Sir Henry Sinclair) in the early 1300s. Sinclair was Bishop to both William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. However, at the time, Mathew de Crambeth was the Bishop of Dunkeld, who revolted against the English and was forced to swear fealty to the crown in May of 1304. Nevertheless, it appears Sir William Wallace clandestinely hung out with the brothers for a while until his reappearance for the Battle of Rosslyn. After Wallace's gruesome death in 1305 and Crambeth's death in 1309, William Sinclair then became Bishop of Dunkeld.

In my Treasure Diagram page, I point out that the 44° bearing from Oak Island lands you at Gotland, an island off the coast of Sweden and a known stronghold of the Teutonic Knights. I’d like to expand on this thought and take a look at the Order of the Brothers of the Sword with bynames that include but not limited to Knights of the Sword, Sword Brothers or Sword Brethren, and Livonian Brothers of the Sword.

Below on the left is the Sword Brothers’ Coat of Arms and on the right their Seal. If you have been following along, you’ll notice the upright sword that is found in the Treasure Diagram that aligns with True North, and the equal-armed cross seen on the Oak Island inscribed Stone and satellite stone, and on the right, is their vesica piscis-shaped seal that is omnipresent in the decoding from the intertwined opposing triangles with inscribed circles.

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Sword Brothers’ Coat of Arms attributed to Herb Zakonu Kawalerów Mieczowych on Wikipedia.

While the Third Crusade was winding down in 1192, it appears other intents were in the workings. When the Fourth short-lived Crusade broke out in 1202, and everyone was racing to the Jerusalem, Albert of Buxhoeveden (Albert of Riga) became the third Bishop of Livonia circa 1200 AD when he landed on the shores of Latvia with 23 ships and 1,500 to 2,000 crusading knights with the mission to convert the local pagans to Christianity. He created the military order of the Brothers of the Sword in 1202, made up of approximately 200 Brothers from Northern Germany, England, Scotland, Scandinavia, and France with approximately 2,000 vassals and mercenaries. The Brother’s successful campaigns came to a screeching halt in 1236 AD when they suffered a crushing defeat at the Battle of Saule and then merged with the Teutonic Knights in 1237. Their habit was a white robe with an equal-armed red cross similar to the Knights Templar contrary to the Teutonic's robe of white with a black cross. After the mergence, the Brothers of the Sword stayed autonomous except that their Grand Master a subject to the Teutonic Knights’ Grand Master. These two factions were at the forefront of the Northern Crusades. Could the Brothers have been a clandestine offshoot of the Knights Templar sent to usurp land for a feudal fiefdom on a known trade route under the guise of converting agrarian pagan peasants to Christianity? Did they bring booty from the Holy Lands with them?

Now let’s look at some locations. If we extend the 44° bearing line that streaked across Gotland, on the Treasure Diagram page it marks an arched line across Lithuania, which was the Brothers southern extent of land holdings. Now let’s find the extent of their northern holdings in Estonia by subtracting the 96.5 number for the expansion of the Stars Diagram from the juxtaposed 56 of the circle hanging out of the small triangle for 96.5 – 56 = 40.5 and then it turns into 40.5°. The below Geo Midpoint bearing maps demonstrate these northern and southern locations. Below these maps is the map showing the holdings of the State of the Teutonic Order in 1260 AD that changed very little in that area up to 1410 AD. As you can see from the red arrows, the Sword Brethren were quite busy, and the Teutonic Order activity was isolated in the southern coastal areas of the Baltic Sea.

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State of Teutonic Order 1260Map is attributed to S. Bollmann on Wikipedia in the State of Tuetonic Order page.

As you can see on the above 1260 AD map, many strongholds and castles were built all over that area, and Wenden (now Cēsis, Lativa) became the Seat of the Grand Master. In German it’s Wenden and in Livonian it's Venden. The Brothers began construction on Wenden Castle circa 1209, Turaida Castle in 1214, and the Valjandi Castle (now Fellin), Estonia, in 1224. If we average the 40.5° and 44° from the two above bearing of their land holdings, it equals 42.25°. Below is the bearing line map for 42.25°. As you can see, the bearing runs right between Cēsis (Venden, on upper right) and Turaida (on lower left).

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I find it interesting that if you run a line from the 44° bearing found earlier off Gotland that it's a straight shot to Cesis or Venden as it was known then (see image below). Could this be a coincidence?

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Next let’s revisits the second symbol group on Line 1 for the word FIND or V : : Λ that is either Finden, Findan or Vinden in Middle English. What if the IN of the : : symbol now means EN (since E is a square that also outlines an N, see Stone's Message page), then we would have the word VEND, so could this mean the Livonian word for Venden? And if it does, then it would change the numerical decoding of the second symbol group of Line 1 from 5604 to 55504 or 55–50–4. Could the 55 mean the bearing to Hill of Tara and the 50 mean the bearing for Scone Abbey that we found in the Oak Island Decoding page? What if we add the 5 and 5 together for 10, add 10 to 50 for 60, and then make it a bearing of 60.4° (from the remaining 4 found above), which was actually there in the 5604 number, let’s see where this could land us as the Great Circle flies. As seen below, this takes us to the Qumran, the location of the Dead Sea Scrolls and also considered the possible hiding place of the Ark of the Covenant. Did these Holy-Roller Crusaders find something in the West Bank near Qumran that was brought to Oak Island?

Qumran

As mentioned earlier, William Wallace sent a letter to Lübeck, Germany, opening up the port for commerce and many of the Brothers came from northern Germany; although written in Latin, does this give him a connect to the Brothers of the Sword or in the decoding Ord/o of the Sword for Order of the Sword found in the Stone's Message page?

Where is Wallace's sword because Wallace's Sword on display in Edinburgh, Scotland, is not considered his? Did Wallace have relics of antiquity that he needed to hide from a betraying King or Kings? I know of one thing that I predict to be in the booty, if it exists, a Black Madonna will be on top or at the bottom of the treasure. Early into my decoding, I picked up on the Black Madonna mystery, and believe it's a part of the Oak Island mystery. In my mind, the Black Madonnas symbolize the eclipsing Algol Star System. I will be doing another decoding of one of a Black Madonna found in the Canary Islands. I had no idea until I did further research that the Black Madonnas were connected to the Knights Templar at the Chartres Cathedral in France. I picked up on the Black Madonnas when I drew a line under the arc of the bearing line leading from Oak island to the Temple Mount.

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It appears he's saying someone came through the Strait of Gibraltar, but for some reason, it nicked lower Spain and Portugal, and that's when I started sniffing around for something that might possibly be connected to Oak Island in an indirect way.

Thank you for following my journey through the Oak Island Decoding. As promised on my Homepage, I will be decoding more ancient codes in the near future. If you're a book reader, I suggest the Anunnaki vs. the Cosmic Conscious Collective. If you like this site, click on one of my advertisements to purchase something from Amazon through my advertising portal to keep this site up and running.