Eastmans Archeological DiscoveriesI perform remote worldwide exploration, searching for new archeological locations. The new locations are documented using photos and GPS coordinates.

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This discovery is the first find of my Oak Island survey. There will be more finds; however, what I'm seeing is so complicated that I'll have to meter out the finds one by one only if I can translate the information to something usable. That's no easy task. This discovery is a complicated symbol made by the orientation of the foliage. It's kind of like viewing an overgrown garden from straight above to determine how the gardener first laid it out. A quick and dirty explanation of my hypothesis is that building foundations, walls, etc., and a host of other conditions will alter where and how the plants and trees grow. The effect of "translating foliage" is seen while viewing from directly above. The main images show one image with an overlay of the symbol and one without (the original image). I also added a third landscape image with a thin-lined overlay to help you see both simultaneously. I did a little research and found the symbols make up a version of a Templar crucifix, specifically a Portuguese Templar crucifix (Four random example images of versions of this crucifix). I also found one more symbol in the grouping: a clamshell. The Oak Island search has been going on for over two hundred years. Don't forget to resize any image on my site by clicking on the square icon on the upper right just above the image.