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Gold dust can be described as small particles or flakes of a bright, yellowish-gold color. Although, the size and shape of gold dust particle can differ but they are generally very small and lightweight. It can be compared to a grains of sand or tiny chips of metals. When magnified, gold dust has a shiny, metallic luster that reflects light in a manner of distinctive way. However, simply using your naked eye can be difficult to see or even notice them.

So what exactly is a gold dust?

As stated above, gold dust is a form of finely ground, small particles or flakes of gold. It is often made through a process that involves mechanical grinding, crushing, or abrasion of gold nuggets or raw unprocessed gold.

Gold dust is actually an important mineral resources due to its beauty and rarity throughout history. It is commonly … Read the rest

As treasure hunters, we all aware that the Yamashita Treasure is composed of stolen treasures that came from various counties in Southeast Asia. Such stolen treasures includes gold bars, jewelries, golden Buddhas, and many precious artifacts.

Sumatra gold bars are often associated with the hidden Yamashita treasures because there treasure signs indicating such treasure deposits. Aside from the Sumatra gold bars, there are also treasure signs referring to Burma gold bars as treasure deposits.

So what exactly is Sumatra gold bar?

For those who does not know, Sumatra gold bars are gold bars that are produced in Sumatra island which is in Indonesia. What makes them quite interesting is that they are made of 99.99 percent pure gold. This is the reason why there are so many investors and collectors that are interested in buying them.

Sumatra gold bars are available in various different sizes. … Read the rest

Allege Yamashita Treasure Maps are also in circulation around the region of Visayas. However, we cannot confirm the authenticity of these maps if they are legit or fake. You have to know that some Yamashita Treasure maps are fakes where scammers made them and sold them for profit.

In this article, let’s discuss what we need to know about Yamashita treasures hidden in the region of Visayas. Let’s take a short look about the history of the Japanese Imperial Army and their activities in this region especially relating to their hidden treasure loot. Aside from this, is their Yamashita treasure maps.

For those who are new, Yamashita treasure refers to the looted valuable items hidden in the different parts of the Philippines during the previous World War II by the Japanese Imperial Army forces under the command of General Tomoyuki Yamashita. These looted valuable items … Read the rest

Holes is by far the most commonly used treasure sign left behind by the Japanese Imperial Army (JIA) soldiers as clues to their hidden Yamashita treasure deposits. However, the problem with holes as treasure markers is that there are also too many holes around that were made by nature which means that they have nothing to do anything about a certain hidden valuable item.

In order to recognize a hole as a legit Yamashita treasure sign, where are several steps that we have to consider and this is what we are going to discuss in this article.

But first, what does it mean when we discovered a legit hole as a Yamashita treasure sign?

Hole as a Yamashita treasure sign can have several and varied meanings. It’s because holes are not commonly used by the Japanese soldiers as a single marker. Hole or holes often … Read the rest

Many amateur treasure hunters really have no idea about the first buried treasure sign or marker. This is the reason why this will be thoroughly explained in this post.

To all amateur treasure hunters and to those who still do not know, surface markers or markers that we discover on the surface of the ground are clues that will lead us to the correct digging spot. This is the main purpose of all surface markers that we found on our site.

On the other hand, buried markers are clues that we encounter when we dig the correct digging spot. The main purpose of buried markers is to provide clues that we are digging the correct spot way towards the location of the item. So as long as we recover buried markers on our diggings, we can have a peace of mind that we are … Read the rest

Rock that bears the shape of a turtle is a very common type of sign used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers in the previous WW2 as Yamashita treasure signs to their hidden war loot. It is a type of animal marker where it can be interpreted with different or varied meanings.

However, a turtle sign is often interpreted as “treasure deposit under the water”. This means that the hidden item is buried or hidden under the water nearby.

It is actually pretty unclear to interpret the exact location of the hidden treasure deposit if we are only going to rely on a one marker alone. Thus, it is very important that we have to search for any additional markers around.

The Turtle Sign

We actually have here an actual photo of a strange rock discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community on … Read the rest

I have encountered another interesting comment which I need to answer in this blog post because I think this needs to be known by everyone.

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community had asked me about the sharing of their project where they have an interested financier to continue their operation.

Before I get to answer this concern, I would like everyone to know that my response to this particular concern is not a rule that all treasure hunter need to follow. It’s because my response is solely based on the rules that we implement in our own group.

According to our fellow treasure hunter, he and some of his companions had started their excavations some time ago. But due to their lack of funds, they were unable to continue their operation.

But recently, an interested person came and offered to finance their project. So … Read the rest

Depths of buried pots is actually a very common question around the treasure hunting community. It is a very common type of question that I came across several times. So I decided to make a discussion about it.

So how much depth do we exactly need to dig before we can uncover the buried pot containing the Yamashita treasure deposit?

Before we answer this question, there are actually two different types of pots used or made by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers.

First Type of Pot – Antique Pots

The first type of pot they used was the actual pot with artistic and cultural designs.

Old Antique Pot

They may have used pots that came from Japan which they brought here in the Philippines used for storing some of their food supplies. Or, they may have used pots that they confiscated from the other countries which they occupied … Read the rest

Some of you here are from the region of Zambales and one of their common questions is that they would like to know if there are buried Yamashita treasures in their place. My answer to this question is “Yes”. There are Yamashita treasure deposits in this region where there are already many treasure hunters including foreigners searching for them.

Back in 2018, a group of treasure hunters were arrested in Capones Island because they were conducting an unauthorized treasure hunting activity.

According to the website Philippine News Agency, this group of treasure hunters were conducting their operation for more than a month. And what surprises me here is that they managed to dig just a depth of only 16ft. My crew can actually dig a depth of 30ft or even much deeper in just a month. If the ground is too loose then … Read the rest

There are some rumors about the creature called “carabao” claiming that they can locate buried Yamashita treasure.

Do these creatures really have the ability to locate buried treasure deposits under the ground? Can they accurately pin-point the exact digging spot? These are the two major questions that we are going to discuss in this post.

Carabao is a common type of animal found in most Asian countries which includes the Philippines. And they are commonly used to help farmers in tilling their land farm. So in the Philippines, they considered the carabaos as their National Animal.


However, the introduction of new farming technologies to farmers for more efficient and increase of product pushed the poor creatures to their near extinction. Since the owners of the carabaos are now using machines for farming, they no longer have any use for these creatures. Thus, they end up … Read the rest

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