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One of our fellow treasure hunter in this community has sent us photos of very interesting rocks that he discovered on his site. These rocks are quite interesting because of their strange shapes which are almost perfectly round like balls.

Do these strange ball looking rocks used by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers as markers to their hidden Yamashita treasures? If they are then what do they mean?

If you are interested to find out my answers to both questions then you just have to continue reading.

Below is the actual photo taken by our fellow treasure hunter on the round shaped rocks that he found on his site.

Before we decode the meaning of these rocks, we first need to analyze if these rocks are old.

In case you do not know, examining the age of a rock where the marker has been found … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to discuss a strange large rock that bears the shape of a human right hand.

We are going to find out if this strange looking right hand rock is a legit marker used by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers in marking their hidden Yamashita treasures. And if our analysis is legit then we will decode what it actually means.

Below is the photo of the actual strange looking right hand rock. But before we continue to decode its meaning, let us first analyze this rock if it is an old type of rock.

In case you do not know, analyzing the age of the rock is one of the important criteria in figuring out the authenticity of the marker on it. So if the marker that you found is placed on an old rock then there is a high … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to discuss three holes arranged in triangle which have been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.

Let’s find out if these three holes he found on the surface of a rock is considered legit or made by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers as markers to their hidden Yamashita treasures. And if it’s legit then we are going to decode what it means.

Below is the actual photo taken by our fellow treasure hunter that he sent to us to analyze and interpret. He captured a clear photo of the marker which makes it easier for us to examine.

But before we decode the meaning of these three holes in a triangle, let’s first find out if it’s really an authentic treasure marker.

One among the important criterias in examining a treasure marker if its legit or … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to discuss an engraved treasure sign on the surface of an old rock. The engraved treasure sign consists of an X with a horizontal line below it.

So the question that we are going to answer on this post are,

“What is the meaning of the engraved treasure sign?”

And,

“Where is the digging spot?”

Below is the actual photo of the old rock with an engraved marker on its surface.

Based on the feature of the rock, it is obviously covered with moss which is one of our basis in identifying it as an old rock. In case you do not know it yet, if a certain engraved treasure sign is found on the surface of an old rock, this increases the authenticity of the marker.

Now let us examine the engraved marker on the surface of … Read the rest

Being a treasure hunter, what is the first thing that comes to your own mind whenever you hear the word “tunnel”?

Perhaps you are thinking about the “horizontal type of tunnel”. In case that you do not know, there are actually two types of tunnels dug by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers. One is of course no other than the horizontal tunnel. And two is the “vertical tunnel”.

Although, when speaking about tunnel, it is more commonly linked to the horizontal type of tunnel.

If it happens that the type of tunnel that we discovered is the horizontal type, what we need to do is to enter and then follow the passage leading into its innermost portion. It’s because due to experience, the Japanese soldiers often hid their treasure loot at the innermost portion of their tunnels.

In this post, we … Read the rest

In all Yamashita treasure signs found on the land surface that were left behind by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers as important clues to their hidden treasure loot, the most important ones are those so called “Last Surface Markers”.

In case that you do not know it yet, these Last Surface Markers are the type markers where you end up after you correctly interpreted and followed the directions of the other markers around your site. So let’s say that you discovered on your site several scattered markers such as “arrow signs” and “arrowheads”.

After you manage to follow their indicated directions in the correct way. You will end up at the location of the Last Surface Marker. This Last Surface Marker is what usually indicates the exact portion on the land surface of your site that you need to start digging.

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Among all treasure signs used by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers in marking their treasures, holes are the most common among them all. Perhaps it is the most common marker used by them because it is the easiest and fastest treasure sign to make. Unlike those other markers with artistic design that symbolizes their meaning.

Since I mentioned the word “easiest”, you may want to know that many of the Yamashita treasures were buried by the Japanese soldiers in a hurry.

During the Second World War right at the time when they were nearing their defeat, many of the Japanese Imperial Army were still carrying their treasure loot. So before they end up getting cornered by the Allied Forces, they made their important mission to bury their treasure loot in the quickest possible way.

Thus, many of these treasures end up buried by the … Read the rest

We have here an interesting engraved marker that has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on his site.

This engraved marker is composed of several symbols which we are going to analyze and interpret what they exactly mean.

Below is the actual photo of the treasure marker taken by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.

We can see here a rock which seems to have a round shape. Based on my own perspective, I can say that its size isn’t really that large enough. Unless, we are just seeing the surface portion of a one large buried rock. Aside from this, my analysis of its physical features is that it is definitely an old rock.

The most eye-catching part about this rock is the engraved marker on its surface. The way how these symbols were engraved can only be done through human … Read the rest

Based on my own personal experiences as a treasure hunter, there are actually many treasure deposits that were hidden by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers in the old creeks.

In case you do not know, the Japanese soldiers had chosen to follow the routes of the creek as they escaped from their pursuers.

During the time of their near defeat, they were totally out of food supplies. So on their escape, their only means of quenching their thirst, hunger, and tiredness was by drinking plenty of water from nature.

The water that came from the creek is actually clean and drinkable unlike the water from the river. Since the water from the creek is clean and drinkable, this was the reason why the Japanese soldiers preferred to follow the creek’s routes. And also the reason why they buried a lot of their treasure loot … Read the rest

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. … Read the rest

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