Few documentary films can honestly boast the promise of delivering shocking discovery with far-reaching consequences. This film does exactly that. Norwegian explorer Petter Amundsen claims to have found unquestionable steganographic clues in the two most important Shakespeare editions, dating from the early 17th century, revealing that a shady group called the Rosicrucians were using these publications (arguably supported and issued by themselves in the philanthropic interest of increasing the general level of education in the people) to reveal the precise location of a secret vault.
The film explains how the treasure map works, what the nature of the treasure most likely will be, and becomes a road movie leading to Oak Island, NS; the fabled treasure island just south of Halifax. This is a true film-as-you-go documentary, following the sceptical Robert Crumpton, PhD, who travels to Norway in order to knock a bit of sense into Amundsen’s head.
To his surprise something to the contrary happens. The contention between the pro- and antagonist drives the film forward, along with the step-by-step revelation of clues leading to point X. When the film was screened in Norway, voting viewers gave it top marks: six points out of six.
Will Shakespeare’s Hidden Treasure Map Help Solve the Oak Island Mystery
Thursday, February 4th, 2016 at 10:30 pm EST, join the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio looks for researcher Petter Amundsen to explain how the Oak Island mystery can be solved with Shakespeare’s hidden treasure maps.
Petter Amundsen is a Norwegian organist in Holmenkollen Chapel, Oslo – Norway. Since 2002 he has decrypted a number of steganographic ciphers believed to be hidden in several first editions of William Shakespeare and Sir Francis Bacon’s books.
In 2003 excavated Amundsen two sites at the legendary Treasure Island – Oak Island in Nova Scotia, Canada. His findings didn’t go unnoticed as it attracted media attention and amazed many in the local community, among them landowner Dan Blankenship. Many years of research has resulted in a number of publications, TV-series and a full feature documentary film – soon to be released. In January 2004 Rolling Stone Magazine published a feature story on Oak Island – The Curse of Oak Island, and included parts of Amundsen’s theory on Shakespeare and Oak Island…
Tune in this Thursday at 10:30 pm eastern for an informative dialogue about solving the Oak Island mystery through Shakespeare’s secret maps, right here on the Inception Radio Network.