The Word "Tobacco" in a Name Is a Symbol of Treasure

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The Word "Tobacco" in a Name Is a Symbol of Treasure

Post Number:#1  Postby Digin4it » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:10 pm

Actually, the word tobacco is a typical Masonic/Edomite code where there are words-within-a-word. In this case, the word tobacco is cover for th ename of a place in the Bahamas, known as Abaco. Research the history, and then you'll know why the Masons used the word tobacco, to actually mean "to Abaco." It's a short abbreviation (no pun intended) from "to Abaco" to "to-bacco"....tobacco.

In my google street searches, I ran across similar things. The Salmon River in Oregon has a Pirate treasure buried in the estuary, and the Salmon River in Maine also has a Pirate Treasure room.

I also saw "tobacco this" and "tobacco that", and i meant to research it....and now I have.
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