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OAK ISLAND TREASURE
THE TREASURE PIT OF OAK ISLAND
SESSION 27/JUN/02
Medium: Jorge Olguin.

Entity that came to dialogue: Johnakan Ur-El.
Interlocutor: Now, I’d like to ask you about something that might be silly...
Johnakan Ur-El: I read your mind and what you are wondering, and I already tell you that it is foolishness...
Interlocutor: I mean to Oak Island treasure...
Johnakan Ur-El: I’ll explain it to you quickly. There was a tremendous rivalry between two English captains; one of them was William Brass. This captain possessed a certain amount of jewels that he had stolen from the Spanish Armada (the famous “Invincible Armada").
The Spanish armada had sailed with 19 ships and a tremendous custody, but three of the ships took another direction unprotected to make the pirates and corsairs believe that their shipment was not valuable, in fact, these ships were the ships that were carrying the Spanish jewels.
The two captains knew that these unprotected ships were truly carrying the jewels because there are always informants, and they assaulted them on high seas, keeping Brass finally the booty, after a fight between them.
Taking advantage that the other ship had been damaged, Brass escaped to the Oak island, where he buried the treasure. After that, he returned spreading the rumor that there was a mysterious island which was inhabited by monstrous animals that attack all those that dared to step on it just to protect the hiding place.
Finally, the captain Brass died and the other captain who had been wondering what had happened in that island took a trip and a fortuitous event happened that made escape terrified to the whole crew.
One of the boats that went to the island with a contingent of sailors had an accident and some of them fell into shark-infested waters and the sharks had a great banquet and they stained the water with blood. This fact, which was not mysterious, was taken as a confirmation that the island was inhabited by monstrous animals and it provoked the immediate escape of the captain with the rest of the crew.
Interlocutor: This topic was interesting to me because people spoke about a very ingenious construction of the pit...
Johnakan Ur-El: Those are whimsical versions of reality. The pit doesn't have anything of strange, it is an ordinary pit. The only difference with the other pits dug to hide treasures is its depth. The pit you talk about reached a depth of 15 meters (50 feet), when generally they don't go beyond 1 or 2 meters (6.5 feet).
Interlocutor: Does that treasure still exist?
Johnakan Ur-El: Yes, it still exists.
Interlocutor: But the fact that they were not able to extract it, in spite of all the attempts they did, isn’t indicating something extraordinary?
Johnakan Ur-El: No, not at all. What happens is that in that place there are underground water currents that directly prevents from reaching the treasure, especially because of the unusual depth in which it was buried. But these difficulties are fortuitous and natural, not artificial.
Interlocutor: I am a little bit disappointed... I truly believed, based on what people was murmuring that this pit had been built by some advance engineering or maybe by extraterrestrials...
Johnakan Ur-El: Only rumors can make something so common a mysterious event.

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