Sailors reasoned as follows: when the chieftain got to the island, all the riches were with him. In any case, the graves were disturbed at Farquhar, and more than once. Once found the cross. Many expeditions dispatched to the Seychelles in search of treasure Levasseur. With scraps thrown to them according to the legend at the crowd before his execution, he had made copies, which will eventually spread throughout the world in a variety of instances. Top landmarks cards were encrypted - it was a cryptogram. If the document, which is now attributed to Levasseur, allegedly threw him in 1730 in a crowd, genuine, it means that Levasseur was supposed to be a scientist: a clue to his card requires knowledge of Greek mythology, astrology and the like. Many researchers are racking their brains over the map. But all to no avail.