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Oak Island : Missing Links
by James a. McQuiston Fsasct


Overview - Oak Island: Missing Links debunks the naysayers who insist on discounting the age old legend of Scottish sailors coming to Oak Island long before Christopher Columbus discovered America, proving that it could be done, easily and often, that there were many early links of Scotsmen to Nova Scotia, and that there were many links of these same Scots families to Knights Templar and Masonic legends.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Oak Island: Missing Links debunks the naysayers who insist on discounting the age old legend of Scottish sailors coming to Oak Island long before Christopher Columbus discovered America, proving that it could be done, easily and often, that there were many early links of Scotsmen to Nova Scotia, and that there were many links of these same Scots families to Knights Templar and Masonic legends. It also provides logical explanations for the Mi'kmaq First Nations' traditions of a man-god named Glooscap, and his brother Malsum, and also for an Italian tradition which includes the name Zichmini, and a land called Estotiland. Rather than the centuries of doubt these four names have cast on a voyage of Sir Henry Sinclair to Nova Scotia, in 1398, these new theories actually strongly support this voyage. Author James. A McQuiston is not only a Fellow with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (est. 1780), but his Scottish family holds what is believed to be the premier Baronetcy of Nova Scotia dating back to 1625. These never-before explored theories shed some serious light on the subject of Oak Island, Nova Scotia.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781541240575
  • ISBN-10: 154124057X
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: March 2016
  • Page Count: 174
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.37 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.46 pounds


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