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Engraved 7KO is one interesting Yamashita treasure sign used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers in marking their hidden treasure loot in the previous Second World War. It is actually one among the commonly used treasure signs due to the reason that many treasure hunters encountered them on their sites.

We actually have a fellow treasure hunter in this community who discovered a legit 7KO treasure sign. It is an engraved marker which he discovered on the surface of an old rock.

According to him, he found the marker when a landslide occurred on the place where he discovered it. So without the landslide, he won’t be able to find it.

This is an actual photo taken by our fellow treasure on the said engraved 7KO marker.

Engraved 7KO Treasure Sign

Man-made Engraved 7KO Treasure Sign

I closely studied the authenticity of the engraved marker if it is man-made … Read the rest

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community has discovered an interesting Yamashita treasure sign on his site.

This is an engraved marker composed of a large heart symbol with letters “E” and “C” inside it.

So in this post, we are going to answer the question if this engraved heart marker is an authentic Yamashita treasure sign. If considered legit then let’s decode what it means.

Below is the actual photo of our engraved heart sign taken by our fellow treasure hunter.

As we can see in this portion, it has engraved symbols on its flat surface. The first time I saw this photo, I can immediately say that this is no doubt man-made.

On the upper portion, we can see some engraved letters forming two words.

At the top-most letters, I really couldn’t interpret the written word.

But the one below are letters … Read the rest

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community has discovered a very interesting Yamashita treasure sign on his site which we are going to discuss in this post.

This is a marker engraved onto the surface of a large rock. It consists of a circular symbol with a hole at its center.

Below is the photo taken by our fellow treasure hunter to the actual engraved marker that he discovered.

As we can see, the rock has a large size and based on my examination, I can say that it is an old type of rock.

But what’s really interesting on this rock is the engraved marker on its surface. As we can see, it has an engraved circular symbol with a hole at its center.

The first time I saw this marker, I could immediately say that it is man-made. In short, it is a … Read the rest

Discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on his site is an interesting Yamashita treasure marker. It is a human face marker engraved onto the surface of a large rock.

The way it is engraved is very detailed where it has an eye with an eye-browse, nose, and a mouth.

So in this post, we are going to answer if this engraved human face treasure marker is really an authentic Yamashita treasure sign. If proven legit then we are going to interpret what it means.

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

We can clearly see its detailed engravings, which is a human face.

Based on my examination on the age of this rock, I can say that it is a pretty old type of rock. This means that there is a huge possibility that the engraved marker … Read the rest

An interesting rock has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community. This rock actually has a strange shape that looks-like a human hand with its index finger pointing to a certain direction.

Aside from the shape of this rock, it also has a large circular hole.

So in this post, we are going to find the answers if this rock is really an authentic Yamashita treasure marker left behind by the Japanese Imperial Army soldier as a very important clue to their hidden loot. If considered legit marker then we are going to interpret what it means

Below is the actual photo of the strange rock found by our fellow treasure hunter on his site.

When I examined this rock, I can say that it looks like it was made out of concrete and not originally a rock. Aside from this, if … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to cover an interesting marker discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community. It is actually an engraved type of marker which is composed of two X and two large holes.

These treasure markers have been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on a large old rock on his site.

So the questions that we are going to answer in this post is to find out if these markers are really authentic. And if it is considered legit, then we are going to decode what it means.

In this photo, we can see that rock that caught the attention of our fellow treasure hunter on his site.

One of the very important steps in determining the authenticity of a marker is to examine the rock where the marker has been engraved. We need to identify if the rock … Read the rest

One of our fellow treasure hunter in this community has sent us a very interesting photo of a marker that he discovered on his site. This is a large hole that bears the shape of a heart on the surface of a large rock. According to him, his site is an area with waterfalls.

So the main question here that we are going to answer is, “Can we really consider this hole-heart shape as a legit treasure sign? And if it’s an authentic marker then what does it mean?”

In this photo, we can clearly see the large rock with a hole that bears the shape of a heart.

The way it was shaped looks almost perfect which can only be made through human hands.

You have to know that there are some groups of Japanese Imperial Army soldiers who used some kind of powerful … Read the rest

Let’s discuss in this post about this strange large rock with the shape of a crocodile head. This animal head was discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on his site.

Aside from the crocodile head shape rock, he also found other interesting markers. But, I do not have any idea if they are all found in one particular place.

Below is the photo of the large rock that caught the attention of our fellow treasure hunter on his site.

As I stated above, we can notice that this large rock has a close resemblance to the head of a crocodile creature.

When it comes to crocodiles as treasure markers left behind by the Japanese Imperial Army, it often indicates a place which is a natural source of water. So such examples are the old creek, river, spring, and waterfalls. The marker refers to such … Read the rest

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community had started his excavation due to the reason that they discovered this strange rectangular shape concrete under the ground.

According to him, they encountered this rectangular-shaped concrete when they dug a portion of their land to build their septic tank. They aren’t really a group of treasure hunters where they discovered the strange concrete object under the ground by accident.

So the main question here is, “Is this rectangular shape concrete a legit Yamashita treasure sign?”

First of all, concrete that bears a rectangular shape similar to a flooring especially when encountered under the ground is no doubt considered as legit marker.

If it is very hard and it isn’t easy to break by using manual tools then it is probably a “treasure seal”. For those who are new in the field of treasure hunting, a treasure … Read the rest

We have here a project being operated by one of our fellow treasure hunter in this community. In their own excavation where they reached a certain depth, they uncovered many large clam shells.

According to our fellow treasure hunter, when they discovered these giant clam shells, they had an arrangement which indicates that they are no doubt markers.

So the question is, “What do these giant clam shells mean?”

Giant clam shells are commonly uncovered in places particularly near water areas such as the rivers, oceans, and seas. Thus, we cannot immediately conclude that any giant clam shells that we uncovered in our diggings as authentic treasure markers. This actually requires more analysis before we can say if it’s legit or not.

When it comes to giant clam shells as Yamashita treasure markers, they are commonly categorized as “buried markers”. It’s because they were … Read the rest

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