In this post, let’s try to cover how you can exactly examine a certain authentic treasure sign and distinguish it from natural made signs. I had stated in the previous post that being able to determine a certain sign if it is authentic can only be done through a lot of actual practice. So this made me realize that in order for me to be able to teach you this necessary skill as a treasure hunter, I’ll show you some actual images of such markers.
Let’s first cover this first authentic marker which has been posted by one among you guys in my FaceBook Page’s public comments.
If you are going to take a closer look into the engraved marker, you will notice that it is composed of two symbols. The one on the left side has a very interesting meaning. As you can see, the arrow sign is pointing at a downward direction while at its opposite end is a figure of a human face.
Since the human face seems to be happy or smiling, this is a confirmation of the treasure deposit.
In contrast to my other previous post relating to how you can interpret human face engrave markers, where you have to follow the direction indicated by the eyes, this one is different. This is due to the arrow sign that is connected to it which is giving more importance to the direction that you need to follow. In short, this direction indicated by the arrow sign is what you need to follow or dig.
Aside from this arrow sign with a human face is another symbol on the right side. These are two crosses which are warning signs. So if you are going to proceed digging the spot, you should expect that there is a trap lying down ahead. Thus, you need to be extra careful as you proceed.
How about this engraved marker of a heart on the surface of this rock? Can you consider this an authentic sign or not?
Here is another one. By the looks of it, this rock has an engraved triangle. Can you also consider this as an authentic Yamashita treasure sign or simply naturally made by nature?
If you answered “Yes” to one of them then unfortunately, both of them are not authentic treasure signs. Anyway, don’t get discouraged simply because you keep on failing to distinguish authentic signs from those that are not. Remember, you can only learn from your mistakes so you really have to keep trying and never give up.
Going back to this authentic engraved Yamashita treasure sign, I have already mentioned again in the other previous post that they don’t need to be engraved deeply before you can consider them as legit. This is a good example of a shallow engraved treasure sign.
Now, this is the question that I would like to ask. Do you think that you can copy and carve this sign with your own hands?
Of course, the answer is “yes” because this marker was made by human hands.
Let’s compare it to the other two engraved markers engraved by nature. Do you think that you can copy the way they were engraved on the surface of this rock?
Majority of you will say that it is “pretty hard”, this is because they are not made by human hands.
Moreover, keep practicing and enhance your skill in distinguishing authentic treasure signs since this is one of the most important aspects when hunting for the hidden Yamashita treasures. It will be pointless trying to learn how to interpret all the meanings of the signs or markers if you cannot accurately distinguish them in their actual features. So again, keep on practicing…