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La Buse Cryptogramme [ Decouverte]
 
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lLa Buse - Decouverte du siecle, l'emplacement ou La Buse a cacher son TRESOR
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TRESOR "d'Olivier Levasseur " dit "la buse" ...Mes recherches..
 
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J'ai de nombreuses passions,y compris l'histoire et les sujets concernant les trésors . Depuis quelques années je m'intéresse à l'histoire du pirate Olivier Levasseur dit "la buse"... Cette vidéo est un ensemble d'idée et non de certitude. Ne faisant de recherche que par passion ,la recherche archéologique et historique étant soumise à des lois bien précise et la mise en place d'une éventuelle expédition sur place ayant un coût élevé , je n'irai pas sur place vérifier mes résultats de recherche. Pour ces raisons,je met en ligne cette vidéo qui je l'espère vous plaira.... A bientôt ... Shoesman60
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Le Trésor de La Buse
 
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Deux amis, en vacances sur l’île de la réunion, décident de partir à la recherche du trésor du pirate Olivier Levasseur, dit La Buse. /Cette vidéo est un contenu sponsorisé./ Abonne-toi : http://bit.ly/1hbsHP AIME-NOUS : http://www.facebook.com/goldenmoustache Notre TWITTER : http://www.twitter.com/goldenmoustache Notre SITE : http://www.goldenmoustache.com ------------------------------- Crédits Écrit par : Valentin Vincent, Adrien Ménielle et Julien Josselin Réalisé par : Stefan Carlod Avec : Valentin Vincent, Julien Josselin, Adrien Ménielle, FloBer Producteur : Adrien Labastire Production exécutive Île de La Réunion : Pixel Dealer Responsable des opérations : Fanny Deleuze Directeurs Artistiques : Valentin Vincent et Adrien Ménielle Directeur commercial : Younes Nemiche Chef de projet : Louis Pierre-Adolphe Chargé de Projet : Jérémy Mousson Responsable des Projets TIC : Ruddy Etheve Directrice de production : Charlotte Thomas Chargée de production : Julie Coudry Assistante de production : Johanna Anstrousse Administratrice de Production : Astrid Bordeloup-Hauschild Stagiaire administration de production : Marine Audoin-Mamikonian 1er Assistante Réalisateur : Julie Coudry Chef opérateur image : Stefan Carlod Chef opérateur son : Bruno Dennemont / Florent Simon Chef costumière : Priscillia Delsault Montage : Stefan Carlod, Valentin Vincent VFX : Stefan Carlod Générique : Charlotte Losito Etalonnage : Stefan Carlod, Valentin Vincent Mixage : Bruno Dennemont Musique : A-Music : http://fr.audionetwork.com/ Voix Off : Nicolas Berno Vignette : Solene Mancel Pixel Dealer: Productrice Exécutive : Erika Souriguere Accessoiriste : Fabienne Mercier Régisseur : Gwenael Bertaut Remerciements : Vincent Tirel, Raphael Descraques, Tom Hunaut, Adrénaline Parapente, Alexandre Marec Copyright Juillet 2015 – GM6 / M6 Web
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Is this the key to uncover La Buse's treasure?
 
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Olivier Le Vasseur was the famous pirate who was hung in Reunion in 1730. On his way to the scaffold, he supposedly flung a cryptogram to the crowd, saying "find my treasure he who can". Could I have found the clue to his treasure?, The cryptogram also suggested that a moulded woman can be found by following his instructions. Well I did follow his instructions and this is what I found. Please like and share; Thanks.
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10 Unsolved Pirate Mysteries That Will Shiver Your Timbers
 
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Although there are still a number of pirates around today, the last great pirate crews died hundreds of years ago, taking countless mysteries with them to the oceans’ murky depths. 10 Unsolved Pirate Mysteries That Will Shiver Your Timbers 10) The Ghost Ship Of Topsail Island 9) The Treasure Of Oak Island 8) Murder At Sea 7) The Kraken 6) The Cryptogram Of Olivier Levasseur 5) Pirate Utopia 4) The Green Flash 3) The Ghost In The Cave 2) Pirate Tunnels 1) Lake Of Bones ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/PoeQCx ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/QEjBxt Thanks for watching !!!
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“La Buse” (1688-1730) - The true story of One Piece !
 
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In 1721, the pirate Olivier Levasseur, nicknamed “La Buse” made the most beautiful catch in the entire History of Piracy. Bibliography: “Mon Trésor à qui saura le prendre” by Emmanuel Mezino; “Histoire de la Piraterie” by Robert de la Croix. Pictures of the video taken from: Assassin’s Creed III, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, artworks and game pictures. Music: Soundtracks from the videogame “Sea Dogs” Bonuses: Wikipedia French article with the full cryptogram’s text: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptogramme_de_La_Buse An original feature of the actual flag of Levasseur: it is one of the very few “Jolly Roger” showing a black pattern on a white background. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivier_Levasseur#/media/File:Jolly_Roger_flag_of_pirate_Olivier_Levasseur_(La_Buse).png For three centuries, the adventurous life of Levasseur has been an inspiration for the most famous authors, like Robert Louis Stevenson who reused the story of the cannons of La Nossa Senhora in “Treasure Island”. Mangaka Eiichiro Oda took inspiration from La Buse in his great series “One Piece”: the story starts with the execution of Gol D. Roger, Lord of the Pirates, who throws an incomplete treasure map to the crowd, and whose last words are practically the same than those said by Levasseur. The captain of Bird Galley, William Snelgrave, was spared by Levasseur and his men, because his crew described him as an officer of great value and above all human. Snelgrave was kept captive during a month, and wrote later about the extravagant feasts which followed the capture of his ship. Besides, he noted that most of the sailors who turned to piracy justified it because of the very harsh discipline in the national navies. In his book “A General History of the Pyrates”, Daniel Defoe wrote that Levasseur progressively lost the use of one eye, and often hid it behind a headband. The eyepatch is today considered as a stereotype of pirates in collective imagination. A pirate of legend, Levasseur belongs today to the folklore in the Indian Ocean. His tomb –located in the marine cemetery of Saint-Paul, Réunion- is a true tourist attraction. However, it is now acknowledged that it does not keep the pirate’s remains. Indeed, Levasseur’s body was shown to the public for several days, then thrown into a common grave, as it was the custom of this time for all executed pirates. Contrary to La Buse, Blackbeard chose to stay in the Americas in 1716. But his career ended as soon as 1718, killed by Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the Royal Navy, during the combat of Ocracoke. Contrary to his legend, Blackbeard was not the cruellest pirate. He preferred ruse and intimidation rather than violent actions. Moreover, his career was relatively short and not so profitable, compared to other pirates, including La Buse. The grandfather of the French author Jean-Marie Le Clézio spent twenty years of his life in search of La Buse’s treasure, raking the beaches of Rodrigues island, in the Mascarenhas Archipelago. The Englishman Reginald Cruise-Wilkins searched La Buse’s treasure from 1947 to 1970. He thought that it was hidden in Mahé, Seychelles. He did find a pirate’s cache but this one only contained a few golden coins and some pistols. The main plot of the Android videogame “Assassin’s Creed: Pirates” made by Ubisoft is the search of La Buse’s treasure. A French pirate, named Captain Levasseur” appears in the American movie “Captain Blood” (released in 1935). He is loosely related to La Buse, with his French accent and his slash. Yet, as it should be in any good Anglo-Saxon movie, he is killed during a duel with the English hero. Did you know ? At the turn of the 18th century, France, England and Holland managed to take many territories from Spain in the Caribbean. With the growing might of these states, the era of the flibustery ended and the era of piracy started. Famous English pirates (Edward Teach “Blackbeard”, Stede Bonnet, Jack Rackham...) did not hesitate to attack the ships of the English navy. Because of the massive British immigration, the French were a minority in the region but they remained active. It’s the case of Emanuel Wynne who started his career attacking English ships along the coast of Carolina. Then he sailed to the Caribbean and after to the Gulf of Guinea. On July 18, 1700, off the Sao Joao island (current Brava, Cape Verde), Wynne only just managed to lose HMS Poole, led by Captain John Cranby. In his report, the British officer described the flag of Wynne’s ship L’Aventure (The Adventure): “A black flag with a skull above two crossbones and an hourglass”. It is the first description close to the famous “Black Flag” (or Jolly Roger). Today, historians agree to say that Wynne is the indisputable inspirer of Jolly Roger.
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Legendary Pirates In Skull & Bones - Olivier Levasseur (La Buse) // MrStainless001
 
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LIBERTALIA - "La Buse" - Festival Echos & Merveilles 2018
 
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L'histoire du célèbre pirate Olivier Levasseur, dit "La Buse", qui enterra son trésor sur l'île de la Réunion, alors nommée "l'île Bourbon". Au moment d'être pendu pour actes de piraterie, il lança à la foule un cryptogramme (message codé), en criant : "Mes trésors à qui saura comprendre !" http://www.libertalia-legroupe.com https://www.facebook.com/Libertaliaaaaa/ Captation vidéo : Claire Lou D. Devillers ENGLISH : The song "La Buse" from the pirate band Libertalia (France). The history of the pirate Olivier Levasseur, nicknamed "La Buse" ("The Buzzard"), who buried his treasure on Réunion island (previously Île Bourbon) in Indian Ocean. Before being hanged for piracy, he threw a cryptogram (message written in code) in the crowd while exclaiming : "Find my treasure, the one who may understand it !" Festival Echos & Merveilles : https://www.facebook.com/echosetmerveilles/
Treasure Hunting
 
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Pirate treasure of Olivier Le Vasseur, AKA La Buse
EL PIRATA LA BUSE Isla Réunion
 
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Visitamos la Tumba de el famoso Pirata LA BUSE Isla Réunion. LA BUSE también conocido con el sobrenombre de (EL HALCÓN) famoso por perpetrar el asalto a un barco Portugués de 800 Toneladas y 72 cañones, llevándose el mayor botín de la historia de los Piratas. Famoso también porque escondió el tesoro, y el mapa para encontrarlo es un papiro encryptado con símbolos Templarios. A día de hoy nadie ha sido capaz de descifrar el papiro y el tesoro sigue escondido. 0:01 Cimetiere Marin 0:14 Cementerio Marino de la villa de Sant Paul Isla Reunion 0:24 Tumba del famoso Pirata La Buse 0:43 Explicación del Pirata La Buse apodado El Halcón 0:57 La Buse da el mayor golpe pirata 1:14 En el momento de ahorcarlo lanza un papiro en forma de Criptograma 1:20 Mi tesoro para el que lo pueda descifrar 1:32 A día de hoy nadie ha podido descifrarlo 1:36 Créditos finales El Pirata la Buse Isla Réunion ------------------------------------------------------------------------- GOOGLE PLUS: https://plus.google.com/+JavierCubedo TWITTER: https://twitter.com/JavierCubedo1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/World360 Si te ha gustado el video EL PIRATA LA BUSE Isla Réunion puedes dejar un comentario. Y no olvides suscribirte.
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ROGER AND HIS PONEGLYPH
 
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GOL D. ROGER AND HIS PONEGLYPH Theory The king and the real life pirate (paralles). While watching tv I’ve stumbled on this documentary about pirates and treasures and well as expected I’ve watched it. The documentary was a pirate called Olivier Levasseur a.k.a La Buse (The Buzzard) or La Bouche (The Mouth) . I don’t know if any of you know this man but he is actually the pirate that inspired Oda to create Gol D. Roger and the whole Poneglyphs. As soon as I saw that documentary and then I discovered I’m not the only one that had this idea: In the Japanese anime and manga series One Piece, the main story line is ignited by the deceased pirate Gol D. Roger, who, much like Levasseur, during his public execution dared the assembled people to find his hidden treasure called “One Piece”, assuring them that he had left everything he owned in one place. They took my glory. Let’s look at some parallels: La Buse has hidden on of the biggest pirate treasures of all time of an estimated value of 1 billion pounds and no one has still found it. To find the treasure you must decipher his map that has written in a cryptic way much like the Poneglyphs. The map was 17 lines of a cryptogram and was thrown by him during his execution saying “Find my treasure, the one who may understand it!” right before he was executed. Levasseur was from a family of bourgeois and become a privateer fro the french monarchy, but after the war end it he joined the pirate captain Benjamin Hornigold. La Bouche might have been the base for the legend of Roger but I believe Hornigold is responsible for the name. What is interesting is that Hornigold’s second in command was non other that BlackBeard him self. It could be a coincidence that in OP we had Roger as number 1 and Whitebeard (that is inspired by BB) as number 2, but I felt like I should mention it. Let’s go back to the theory. All important people have their cryptic language Poneglyphs are inspired by 2 different hieroglyphs Egyptian and Mayan. What I’ve notice is that all great cultures wanted their story to be remembered well to be more precise they’re rulers wanted to be remebered.What I’m trying to say is that Roger might have done the same. We saw how he left his mark on the Sky Island by writing his name down. Before knowing about Oden, how he did it was a mystery, but now we know that it might have been Oden that had written it or Roger did it by flowing his lessons. Well I think roger asked Oden to write down his history on a mini Poneglyph talking about his clan, his life and some D. secrets. This mini glyph might be his real treasure because we all know that knowledge is the most important treasure we have. I’m saying this because of the similarities with La Buse he encrypted the map to his treasure and Roger did the same with his real treasure. But why would he do it? Well because he wanted to let his true successor (or the man who would find his treasure) know the real story of the pirate Gol D. Roger and not the one the WG was going to write down. We saw that they did changed Roger’s name while he was still alive and called him GOLD ROGER and not GOL D. ROGER, this fact probably made Roger think at writing his story in a language that the Government could not read and could not destroy. This mini glyph would explain why WhiteBeard said to BB “you are not the man roger is waiting for” how could he wait for some one that is dead, well this is how: by writing down his story and wait for some one to read his autobiography. This might not be as crazy as it sounds, because as we saw in the Zou arc luffy could here the Poneglyph and was attracted by it. So the same principle or even a stronger one that could let a person that has the VOAT (voice of all things) to hear not just a sound, but the voice of Roger. Conclusion Gold D. Roger is inspired by Olivier Levasseur, the paper that Levasserur had written down was inspiration for the Poneglyphs. Roger asked oden to create a mini glyphs so that his story will be remembered as it was and not modified by others. BONUS Roger’s disease might have been caused by big mom. Why? The hint was in Pedro *PEDROOOOOO T-T hope you are alive* flashback with him and roger. Roger might have lost some portion of his life spam because of bm not much but enough to shorten his life. This is a random thought. Olivier Levasseur inspired the author of the Treasure Island book * Raftel * whose main character or well one of the main was Long John Silver well it might be a coincidence that Rayleigh is Silver and the Treasure Island and Raftel parallel as well. But it could be a possibility because Silver was the mentor of the main, and this time is main, character Jim Hawkins. ​ Let me know what do you think about it! Theory by MasterD by : http://www.onepiecelovers.net/gol-d-roger-and-his-poneglyph/ pertarungan luffy vs katakuri sepertinya sudah didepan mata dan besar kemungkinan akan mulai pecah di chapter selanjutnya

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