Hi guys, whether or not I am believed by some people is irrelivant I feel it my duty to tell you some facts that may burst a few theory bubbles. As a treasure hunter/researcher I know the complete subterranean flood tunnel protection system of Oak Island, it protects an under sea level treasure filled vault. I know where the treasure is and how deep it lies under virgin ground and the secret access tunnel where treasure was taken in by, it is NOT the Money Pit therefore in my view the stone was a fake.
The Cryptic Message Stone Code was created merely an embelishment to attract investers, not only can people not prove it's existance today but there are disagreements over the depth it was found, it's dimensions and whether stone had any craved marks on it at all. If the stone existed it could have been simply used as a sharpening stone leaving marks or even to cut up fish on also leaving marks, all that is in question is the code itself.
This letter for Cipher Code is so simplistic a child of seven could create one similar. You only need to write out the alphabet and under each letter put a different symbol of your choice, now write your message useing the corrisponding symbols not letters, if you really want to stump the experts don't put any spaces between your words.
I know that this will upset a few people but it must be said, Proffessor Leichi did NOT decypher the code to read " Fourty feet below two million pounds are buried." so if any has based their theory on that information mistakenly accredited to him by D'Arcy O'Connor (in his book The Secret Treasure Of Oak Island) it is inacurate therefore their theory is flawed.
What the good proffessor actually declared the code to read was slightly different, "TEN feet below two million pounds LIE buried, he clearly noted three symbols in the first word and not the totally different five. This not only questions the authenticity of the code but how many variations were around.
According to the late author Edward Rowe Snow the fourty feet version was first translated his book entitled "True tales of buried treasure" and was said to have been deciphered by an old school master.
Consider the senario with logic, why would someone leave a message politely telling you what you were going to find out later anyway - then put it in code
Can't you see the one thing such a stone would do a hundred or so years later is encourage investment with a clear promise of treasure, even pirates in their wisdom didn't put their map in with the treasure. I illustrate how easy it is to make your own code on my website.
Scroll down the anchors to read the script.