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I have filmed a video to shorten the amount of time taken to produce a comprehensive blog. Season 6, Episode 12 and 13 dealt with a cement wall found on the island under the watermark. The depth the wall was discovered is consistent with the passage of centuries. But which century? The Classical world of … More Roman Cement & Oak Island
The Templar’s were capable of not only sailing to Nova Scotia but also had the mental capacity to build the French Box Drains, water trap, vault and the infamous Money Pit. Having had multiple communications from readers in doubt as to the capacity of Templars having the engineering skills to understand simple hydraulics, I chose to do a bit of research to back up my theory. … More A Brief History of Water-
The discovery that the French Box Drains on Oak Island form an Equilateral Triangle is very compelling to those interested in the Knights Templar or the Freemasons – All following images, unless otherwise stated are copyright of the … More French Box Drains on Oak Island
I’ve had multiple thoughts on the latest episode of The Curse of Oak Island that I wanted to share… Rock Solid aired January 1st 2019 in a two-hour special… Firstly, congratulations to Doug Crowell, Jack Begley & Charles Barkhouse for finding, what we all hope, must surely be the ’90 Foot Stone’. All the best … More A Star Map & Oak Island
I’ve had good news… My Templar contact and I were interviewed by The Curse of Oak Island this last June. The segment will air on Tuesday night December 18 2018. It was a four-hour discussion via Skype with the War Room. Quite an experience and very intensive. I found the Oak Island team to be … More Nolan Cross
I am very happy to share, that the review of my book, in Caduceus Journal, is now available in the UK or in digital format. I was given permission to post a few sentences from the article written by author Claire Nahmad. “Cornwall’s range of research is breath-taking and her book is the fruition of … More Caduceus Journal Review
I promised a bit of good news today, on the infamous day of Friday the 13th – the origins of which are related to the arrests of The Knights Templar Grand Master at the Paris Temple in 1307 – Jaques de Molay’s courage in the face of an impossible situation has secured both … More Caduceus Review, End of October 2017
Quite simply, I am a Templar Knight contactee – this blog, however is not about how that door opened for me… but it is about the complex individual who has provided a great deal of information for my first book, The Secret Dossier of a Knight Templar of the Sangreal. “During the course of almost … More The Dumas Code-X
Tucked away in a Shropshire field outside of Shifnal, is a rabbit hole large enough for a robust, prayerful, Templar Knight to squeeze through – Photographer Michael Scott stormed the internet in early March, 2017, with his candlelit exposé of the Caynton Caves. Thirty three year old Scott was quoted as saying, ‘I traipsed over … More The Caynton Caves Are Templar! Revealed!