In this post, we are going to discuss two markers that have been discovered by our fellow treasure hunters in this community. One is a rock that bears the shape of a “turtle”. However, this turtle has no feet and tail.

Two is a large rock that has a rectangular shape with a large hole on one of its side.

So the main question by our fellow treasure hunter here is that,

“How are we going to locate the digging spot of the hidden or buried Yamashita treasure?”

Let’s start on this first treasure marker which comes in the form of a large old rock bearing the shape of a turtle. As we can see on the image above, this turtle rock marker really has no feet and tail as described by our fellow treasure hunter. The most obvious part of it is its head the seems to be staring at a certain far distant location.

If you are an avid reader of mine then you may have already read the topics about how to interpret turtle signs. But if you happen to be here for the first time then I suggest that you may read this previous topic as well perhaps after you are done with this one.

Now going back into this turtle marker, it is too obvious that its head is a pointer pointing into an important direction in which we need to follow.

So starting here at the rock turtle shape marker, we are going to follow the direction where its head is pointing at. We have to follow this direction until we discover the next marker.

As for the distance, I don’t see any additional markers on this rock turtle shape marker that can provide information about distance. So just like what I previously stated, when there is no distance provided, we have to follow the direction until the next marker is found. Thus, we need to be very observant in order not to miss the next important marker.

The best thing about turtle markers is that they provide directions that will lead us into the location where the Yamashita treasure is hidden or buried. So if we follow the direction indicated by the turtle’s head marker and then we come across the next marker, this exact location of the next marker is often the treasure deposit spot.

The second treasure marker that has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on his site is this large old rock that bears a rectangular shape. The actual feature of this large rectangular shaped rock is shown on the image above and anyone can say that it is indeed a strange rock.

For those who are still new in this field of treasure hunting, you have to know that the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers commonly used common but strange objects in our surroundings as markers similar to this large rectangular shaped rock.

On one of its side, we can see that it has this large hole. Again, if you are an avid reader of this blog then you probably already have an idea about how to interpret a hole such as what we have here. But if you are still new here then a hole marker like this often indicates the location of the buried treasure.

At this point, are you now having a clear opinion about the location of the hidden Yamashita treasure?

Before you think about this, let’s first check the “sketch map” made by our fellow treasure hunter because his sketch map provides us a much clearer detail about how we can locate the treasure deposit spot.

As we can see, his sketch map is too simple and easy to understand. This is the reason why I am encouraging everyone to make a sketch map of your site because it can really help a lot with the interpretation of your markers and locating the item.

Here at the West portion is the location of the rock shaped turtle marker near one large tree.

And here on the East side, we have the large flat rectangular shaped rock with hole in it.

If we are going to interpret the overall meaning of the markers on this site, I can say that the item is buried right on this flat rectangular shaped rock with a hole. This is due to the fact that the head of the turtle marker is directly facing on this particular rock.

If we follow the direction of the turtle’s head then we will surely encounter this large rectangular shaped rock. So in short, this is the location where we are going to start our excavation.

The next question is,

“How are we going to know which exact portion of this large rectangular shaped rock to dig?”

As we can see, this large rectangular shaped rock is so big that if we dug the wrong side of it then we will surely miss the treasure deposit. 

What you need to know is that this large hole serves this purpose. This indicates that on this side, this is what you are going to dig.


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