There are actually groups of JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers who carried large amount of Yamashita treasures. Such an amount of treasure is more commonly known by treasure hunters as “Large Volume of Yamashita treasures”.

Based on my own personal experiences as a treasure hunter, there were two possibilities on how the Japanese soldiers hid their large volume of treasures.

One is that they may have buried all their treasures in one secured specific spot. And two, they divided their treasures into several portions and buried them on different locations of the site.

What we are going to discuss in this post is one Yamashita treasure sign that has something to do with separated treasure deposits.

This is the symbol of the marker that we are going to discuss.

As you can see, it is composed of three lines. One is a horizontal line. The other two lines are vertical and they are inside the body of the horizontal line.

My interpretation for the meaning of this marker is “Separated Treasure Deposit”. This means that there are other separate treasure deposits on the site beside the main deposit.

The long horizontal line is what signifies the entire land surface of the site.

As for the other two lines, they are two or more separated treasure deposits.

Engraved Actual Marker Pertaining to Separated Deposits

The photo that we have here is an actual photo of a marker which is the Yamashita treasure sign that we covered above.

We can clearly see on the surface of the rock our engraved marker. If we analyze the way how it was engraved, we can tell that it is an authentic marker left behind by the Japanese soldiers as a very important clue.

Now if this is the marker that we discovered on our site, we now have an idea about the treasure deposits. We are aware that there are other separated treasure deposits around the site.

So what we really have to do here is to continue our survey in exploring every portion of our site looking for additional important clues or markers. It’s because through these other markers, they hold the clues on how we can determine the exact locations of all separated treasure deposits around the area.

If we happen to locate the different treasure deposit spots of the separated deposits, it is best to make an assessment on these locations. We have to determine which among these deposit spots is the easiest to operate, especially when we do not have enough budget.

You have to know that the way how the Japanese soldiers hid their treasure loot do vary from one another. It is possible that one of the deposit spots is buried too deep under the ground but it does not have traps. While the other deposits spot may have traps but it isn’t buried too deep under the ground.

Going back into our marker here, it does not actually tell how many separated treasure deposits are buried on the site. But based on experience, when it comes to separated treasure deposits, it is very common that there are two.


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