posted on May, 19 2010 @ 01:49 AM
Hello forum. I also just watched the History Channel's show. And the only part of it that caught my eye was the part about the pit.
It's an amazing story. And I'm suprised there hasn't been a major financial push from a scientific or historic community to finish this story once
& for all.
After reading some of the findings. It sounds like they hit the mark with the auger & destroyed contents.
Wouldn't you think that when you started hitting concrete, clay & other things that could be used as waterproofing that you should stop & realize you
need to now find the way to bring it up in one piece?
If the auger had pieces of documents, gold bits, or cloth that's not the same as used for waterproofing like the coconut fabric etc. It sounds like
whatever was down there that was the real treasure, is destroyed because of carelessness with the auger...
Sure if the contents were jewels or gold etc. I can understand there would be a value to bringing those up.
If men went through something like constructing this & then using it to house a treasure. My completly novice opinion on it would be that the treasure
wasn't entirely jewlels & gold. More like documents or tablets. I can only imagine the history that we could of had a glimps back to, if this pit
was was treated as historic treasure instead of monetary treasure.
If something is down there. Consider the thought to constuct it. If it was a one way trip for the contents. Then it's a one way trip. And one that
still cannot be undone even today's in modern times.
If the builders could envision & construct it. Couldn't they have also designed the method to remove with great ease?
What if the ducts work with it? Maybe a key to the problem.
Not the problem?
It sounds like something a government would do, secret societies. But all for a pirates loot?? I just don't know. Maybe some pirates with amazing
conections to those who could design the pit.
If they ever bring up anything. It will be amazing. And more amazing if they didn't destroy it years ago.