This is a story of hidden relics. It spans over two thousand years and touches on the Bible, young Jesus, the “missing years” of his life after age twelve, and the relics themselves.
This is a fascinating story about the years between then and now that moves from Judea to ancient England, involves British and Spanish kings, early North America and Nova Scotia, and, finally, Acadian Louisiana. It involves the actual mystery associated with the Money Pit of Nova Scotia, where many famous and wealthy people have searched for its secrets since its discovery by three young men in 1795. The History Channel details all this in the Curse of Oak Island.
As the current-day protagonists do their own search in and around south Louisiana, readers travel through history with them and learn the who, what, when, and why of the material buried on Oak Island. The relics buried on Oak Island include religious ones from the early days of Jesus. Among them was a significant ancient document written in Ogham. Ogham is a cryptic alphabet of twenty characters or letters created in Gaul and Britain around the time of Jesus and used in the time of Roman occupation as a secret means of communication.
This story also tells the tale of the “missing” eighteen years in Jesus’s life contained in Luke 2:52: “And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor of God and man.” From start to finish, Ogham will provide a story that offers a completely altered perspective of Christianity. Its ultimate resolution forms a natural companion to Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.