Kensington Rune Stone Inscription Finally Solved! by Scott Wolter #GoXplrr 

Posted by Hutton Pulitzer, J Hutton Pulitzer The History Heretic and Featured on History Channel’s Curse of Oak Island #GoXplrr #WolterPulitzer #HuttonPulitzer #FightForTruth Jovan Philyaw Kensington Rune Stone Inscription Finally Solved! by Scott Wolter

After sixteen years of intense research and the coming and going of many casual and serious researchers the Kensington Rune Stone inscription is finally solved.  For years I was never motivated to go search for the “ten dead men” or the “two skerries” as many have prompted me to do.  I certainly didn’t know they didn’t exist, it just never seemed like a productive use of my time.  Now I realize these things were never real.  The realization that most of the inscription is simply allegory and code would never have come to me if I had not become initiated as a Freemason.  In fact, if I had only reached the level of a Master Mason and not pursued the higher degrees of both the Scottish Rite and the York Rite degrees it wouldn’t have happened either.

I know this paper is going to stir lively debate and will likely be confusing to those who are not Freemasons.  However, I will do my best to try to clarify those with questions.  I’m sure some will try to claim the inscription was created by a York Rite Mason in the mid to late 1800’s.  This will be an erroneous claim as no one in modern times could fake the many centuries-old weathering of the inscription or the Dotted R, to say nothing about the other previously unknown medieval runic and linguistic features that had not yet been discovered.  For me, this is the final nail in the case that beings everything together and answers all the important questions about the inscription.  Keep in mind this discovery doesn’t change or eliminate the previous discoveries I’ve made with other researchers such as the “Dating Code,” “Grail Code” or the meaning of the Hooked X.

In fact, this discovery brings even more clarity to these discoveries and confirms the author of the inscription was a medieval monk who was initiated in the ancient Hebrew and Egyptian mysteries.

: Scott Wolter Answers: Kensington Rune Stone Inscription Finally Solved!


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