You might take a lesson from them, Tank. Yeah, there are a lot of oddball theories around. There are also ones that actually provide a reasonable explanation for why anybody would even have wanted to choose Oak Island for their treasure pit, and why that particular part of the island. Of course, something like that would be well beyond the level of Oak Island groupies and hangers on like Tank, who actually thinks he is better than someone like me simply because Dan Blankenship has very poor judgment in who he associates with.
Borehole 10X, huh? The "bore" part is right. Sadly for Tank, Fred Nolan is a little more choosey about who he lets on his land, and that's where the most significant OI item is situated, namely, the cross. Not much to see anywhere else but trees and grass. Apparently, seeing trees and grass on Oak Island makes Tank better than me in his little mind. Keep clinging to that belief, Tank, because that's really all you've got, isn't it? You and lots of school kids.
I wouldn't take the fact that Blankenship lets you on his land and associates with you as an indication of special status, considering he did the same with Cerris, Sasha Iman and a long list of various wacky types. He let Iman in his house, for crying out loud. That guy is a loon of the looniest order. He could have eaten Blankenship's liver with fava beans. Iman actually showed him my Grail Star geometry and how it matched up to the map. Went right over his head. Look at this e-mail from Iman, 2/12/05;
I met with Dan Blankenship today, here is a quote from my journal.
I then showed him the workings of B.E. and his geometry and stuff and
Mr. Blankenship having never seen it before immediately took closer
notice and was very interested in it. Then... showing him a picture from
B.E. website regarding the geometry within the picture "Invisible
College of the Rosicrucian's", Mr. Blankenship was very amazed at the
geometry and then produced for me a drawing that he made of rocks on
the island that was way to similar to be coincidence. Mr. Blankenship
pointed to a book "DE RE METALLICA by GEORGIUS AGRICOLA" and said "the same picture is in that book and the mining methods used on the island can be found within this book, that is how they did it".
Iman seemed nice enough in those days, then later he started getting psychotic. Now he's a total nut bar. Maybe he went off the medication or something. See how I put three dots in that e-mail text? That's so Iman can't say I'm publishing his e-mail without permission. His e-mail doesn't have those three dots. Let's just say, that quote is remarkably similar to Iman's e-mail. Note how Blankenship states that there is a configuration of rocks on OI that is way too similar to the Grail Star to be coincidence? What do you have to say about THAT, Tanky? How'd you miss that, bright boy? I thought you were the world authority on Oak Island because you walked around it a little.
Let's sum up. Blankenship sees Grail Star. Blankenship displays amazement. Blankenship produces drawing of Grail Star shaped rocks on Oak Island. Any comment, Tank? Didn't think so. He was wrong about the picture also being in de Re Metallica, but that's forgivable. Now what did YOU show him that produced a similar response, Tank?