The True Secret of Oak Island Solved: It's a Natural Gold Mine

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I have been watching "The Curse of Oak Island" on Netflix and it is a great show.  I feel like I am uniquely able to offer an explanation of all the evidence found thus far.

1. The money pit is a abandoned gold mine.

2. 10X is a natural spring.

3.  The alternate money pit is a new gold mine.

Now how do I know it is a gold mine with natural gold deposits?  2 things.  Natural Iron deposits and H2S Gas.  We know that some of the Oak Island treasure hunters actually died from H2S gas exposure.  Here is my post on the ingredients needed to make gold and these are the two main ones https://www.naturehacker.org/2017/04/recipe-to-make-gold.html and https://www.naturehacker.org/2017/04/how-to-make-cold-fusion-theory.html and also I have many youtube videos on it.

The couple gold artifacts found in the money pit I believe were not found there at all but they are what was left of little pieces of gold left behind by the original excavators and fasioned into little objects by the three boys in the shape of ancient artifacts.  What I'm saying is the boys found little flecks of gold as they dug and they melted them into imitation artifacts.  But this is just the tip of the iceburg since they were searching in an already mined shaft so not much gold was left.

As the only public expert on how gold is made naturally in the earth, I can without a doubt give you my suggestion on how to find the gold veins throughout the islands.  Use an H2S sniffer.  Where the H2S is moving through Iron deposits gold veins will form.

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