Hi folks, this is a basic explanation of how the great Oak Island subterranean flood tunnel system protects a below sea level vault full of accumilated treasure. It is basically illustrated on my website as one of my own theories or revelations, these will not be found on any other websites or in any Oak Island books.
If you put your thumb on the top of a drinking straw and plunge it into a bottle of coke it creates an air bubble inside the straw, this is how early deep sea Diving Bells were used, trapped air gave pearl divers etc, an easy source of fresh air near the sea bed, sort of like a cup turned upside down and lowered to the bottom of a tank of water.
1) Take about a yard of clear plastic hose (like a fuel pipe) and lay it across the top of a table, next insert a matchstick in the right open end and seal it in with a tightly inserted cork.
2) Now keeping the keeping about seven inches of the RIGHT sealed end of the hose flat and horizontal you draw the rest off of the table letting the middle sag down and the LEFT end is held vertical at least a foot higher than the RIGHT horizontal end.
3) Now you get someone else to pour water into the vertical open LEFT end until it overflows, the questions is - where does the match go now?
You may be surprised to learn it doesn't go anywhere because the water never reaches it due to a trapped bubble of air holding it back, take out the cork and the water rushes up to soak the match. That is the basic princible of the Oak Island flood tunnel protection system but the real thing is much more complex and for the time being it must remain highly confidential, so don't ask.
In order to create this trapped air princible it would require miners to dig down and then up perhaps hundreds of yards which would have been impossible for the simple reason they'd sufficate. However, if they first excavated a two hundred foot shaft (like the Money Pit) with ten foot platforms and then dug two separate tunnels accending to two different beaches (with intermediate on route air vents) they are creating the required curved pipe shape. It is only necessary to back fill some of the upper level platforms in the shaft and air vents to have created the curved hose shape and when the sea is let in when and as required an air bubble effect is manufactured to ptotect the still dry treasure stored in the vault.
That is a simple explaination but I will tell you this now believe it or not as you please, there are several multi platformed shafts and linked tunnels under the surface of Oak Island that have not yet been discovered, how do I know well that's for me to know and you to guess.
One thing I will say if ALL the seawater flowing in ALL those independant and LINKED tunnels are not completely stemmed the undersea level treasures won't be coming up - period.
Any attempt to retrieve the treasure without FIRST harnessing the complex flooding process will be like taking out the cork in the hose or taking your thumb off the end of the straw, up rushes the previously held back water, this happened in the Money Pit even though it never held treasure. Now watch all the protest.
The finale explanation is this, now imagine the horizontal section of plastic hose was extended ten feet longer then a cork insearted inserted tightly in the end, when water was again poured into the LEFT open virtical end would the water level be higher now? the answer is NO it stays the same irrespective of how long the horizontal section is, it's just a bigger air bubble that's all.
Under Oak Island there is a similar long hoizontal Access Tunnel section with a mineing rail track, one end of it starts at the bottom of a secret Loading Shaft and the other enters the treasure storage vault.
If you want the treasures stored below sea bed level all you have to know where ALL the linked flood tunnels are located and how to deal with them ALL before decending, just miss one and - well remember what happend to the match when the cork was pulled out. Anyone walking down below through the Access Tunnel could suddenly find themselves facing a massive wall of seawater rushing to meet them because the system might well have a delay flood trap in force, those guys didn't fool around.
Just for the record I/we are seeking $750,000 to retrieve the treasure from Fred Nolan's property, if you seriously know anyone with deep pockets who might be interested for a negotiable percentage send me a private message as soon as possible please.