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Majority of the Yamashita treasure signs left behind by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) on the surface of the site are markers that provide clues to directions and locations of the hidden item. If they are all properly interpreted correctly then you will arrive at the last surface marker.

This last surface marker is the most important treasure sign that you should be able to find on your site. It’s because a last surface marker is the type of treasure sign that reveals that exact location of the buried item.

In this post, this is the symbol of the marker that we are going to discuss.

The main symbol of this marker is similar to the letter “X” of the English alphabet. Aside from this “X” is a horizontal line that is connected on its top portion.

My interpretation for the meaning of this Yamashita … 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

All markers left behind by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers as clues to their hidden Yamashita treasures are very important. Interpreting them correctly is vital where it has to be done with careful analysis.

This is the main reason why we have to enhance and develop our skills in decoding Yamashita treasure signs in order to avoid committing the same mistakes.

In this post, we are going to discuss a Yamashita treasure sign that has something to do about the location of the hidden item.

As we can see in this image, this sign consists of two lines. One is a horizontal line while the other is a vertical line.

By the looks of this sign, we can say that it has very close resemblance to the small letter “t” of the English Alphabet or the cross symbol.

My interpretation for the … Read the rest

Aside from the old writings such as the “Kanji” used by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) in marking their hidden Yamashita treasures, they also used figures or shapes of different animal creatures.

Based on my own personal experiences as a treasure hunter, I actually have encountered many different forms of markers that are in the form of animals.

Some of these animal markers are engraved on surfaces of rocks while others are rocks that have animal shapes.

In this post, we are going to discuss one of the Yamashita treasure signs, which is an animal where we can say, a bird or duck creature.

Perhaps the animal marker that you discovered on your site is far different from what we have here in this illustration. Anyway, it can actually be different but the most important aspect is that it looks like a bird or duck.… Read the rest

In this post, we are going to discuss a Yamashita treasure sign which has something to do with the number of Yamashita treasure deposit that were hidden by the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers.

You have to know that there are some markers left behind by the Japanese soldiers that actually provide details to numbers, containers, and the type of loot they had hidden or buried under the ground.

The image below is the sign which is our main topic on this post.

As we can see, the symbol consists of lines. The best way to describe it is that it has similarity to the letter “Y” of the English alphabet flipped upside-down.

If it happens that you encountered this type of Yamashita treasure sign on your site, then it means “Number of Boxes of Gold”. It means that there are a certain number of … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to discuss a tunnel that has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community. And the most interesting part about it is that he encountered piled concrete inside which I believe is the concrete vault protecting the item on the opposite side.

So the questions here are,

“How can we be sure that the treasure deposit is hidden behind these piled concrete?”

And,

“What are the meaning of the other markers that our fellow treasure hunter discovered on his site beside the piled concrete inside the tunnel?”

Let’s start on this first photo in which we can see large pieces of concrete which according to our fellow treasure hunter, he took them out from the tunnel. We can also notice that one piece of the concrete has a design similar to a turtle’s shell.

In this … Read the rest

In this post, we are going to answer several interesting questions from one of our fellow treasure hunter in this community. His questions had something to do about the traps that me and my crew had encountered in all of our operations. 

In case you are new here on my blog, Yamashita treasure deposits are classified into four different volumes. They are the give-aways, small, medium, and large volume of treasure deposits. Now the question here by our fellow treasure hunter is, “What are the traps involved when dealing with each type of volume treasure deposit?”

Give-aways

Let’s start with the give-away treasure deposits. Give-aways can be a single piece of gold bar, coin, or precious jewelries. And finding them on the site can be easy. In fact, there were already many ordinary individuals who were not treasure hunters but they were able to discover … Read the rest

As a requested topic, let’s cover how to decode the meaning of hand treasure signs.

When it comes to hands as Yamashita treasure signs, these markers often signify the type of deposit which is known as the “golden Buddha”. Golden Buddha is an object made of gold which is an image of a human figure.

The question is, “Why does the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) often link hand signs to golden Buddha?”

If you still do not know, there are many different kinds of Buddha’s images where they have different postures. Some are sitting while others are also standing. But aside from their postures are their “hand gestures”.

You have to know that these hand gestures have deep meanings to the followers of Buddha. This is the main reason why the JIA used hand markers as a representation to their hidden golden Buddha … Read the rest

In the last recent posts, we have been covering tree markers particularly on how you can identify them if they are legit or not. Now, what we are going to cover on this post is still a continuation where this time, we are going to discuss their arrangements. You have to know that the arrangements of tree markers do provide important clues to the hidden deposit spot of the item.

The first important thing that you need to know when it comes to tree markers particularly those with arrangements were intentionally planted by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army). Thus, they purposely applied accurate distances between the tree markers that they planted.

To explain this in a more detailed manner, let’s go over the 5 common arrangements of tree markers which are based on my experiences as a treasure hunter:

  1. Triangle Arrangement

The most common … Read the rest

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