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Anonymous, I've only met Barry twice while filming over the course of the past six months. Here it is, then: That tree was believed to be about 20 to 30 years old.
Rolf, I appreciate your kind words and reasoned consideration of the facts. Nam, No need to get upset. Now scroll down to Figure O-1 and you will see this small Hooked-X in use...
I think it possible or even likely that Templars came to America earlier than previously thought, perhaps back when they were representing the Catholic Church. It is very noticeable that fringe authors traditionally make no effort to get their ideas published in the appropriate forum where they can be evaluated on a level playing field.
However, the presence of the Hooked X points to the Knights Templar and IMHO, most likely dates the inscription around 1400 which is contemporaneous with the most likely construction date for the Newport Tower across the bay. Pearson Education.
This includes first-hand Native American oral tradition about their Templar Brethren, or are they liars too? That you ignore them completely in your paper and our host only tailspins into gibberish and insult when confronted with them tells the real story.
The earliest pictographic representation for the Kingdom of Heaven was in the Setting Sun. Recently, however, researchers like Scott Wolter have vividly revived the debate regarding the origins of the runic inscription, which purports to date from the fourteenth century.
Nam E'tisoppo. Over a hyperlink? Here's a view of the proposed medieval defensive sconce, in case anyone is interested: Because Henrik Williams tied them together in his 2012 paper: Those books will get you up to speed quickly! One present day Geologist suggests so- Wendell Duffield. Feb 17, 2010 Ernie Dawson rated it liked it.
What you do is look at worldly symbols and try to connect the dots through wild theories based on a fundamental lack of understanding in the most basic anthropological, biological, and psychological basis.
Of course, modern academics like Williams haven't a clue about the codes and ciphers used in ancient or modern Freemasonry.