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Someone had asked me if you can rely on the standard size and weight of the Yamashita gold bars as a main basis in determining the authenticity of the item. My quick answer to this concern is “No”.

There is actually a standard size and weight for all gold bars including the gold bars hidden by the Japanese Imperial Army in the previous Second World War. But this is not good enough to be used as a basis in determining the authenticity of the gold bar. It’s because there are many ways on how this can be tricked.

Still, the best method is to thoroughly examine the gold which can either be through the use of chemical or mechanical means. But today, there is a new technology known as “XRF Spectrometer”. This is a device that uses radiation to analyze the material composition … Read the rest

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community has discovered on his site an interesting old coconut tree with engraved treasure markers.

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History of the Site

Engraved Diamond Symbol

Another Engraved Diamond Treasure Sign

Rock with Holes

History of the Site

According to our fellow treasure hunter, his site used to be a Japanese Imperial Camp site during the previous Second World War. Aside from this, the site is a plain area.

In this photo, we can see the part of the old coconut tree that caught his attention.

We can notice here that it has some engraved lines.

Based on my own analysis, I can say that this is man-made or engraved by human hands. However, this was not done by the Japanese soldiers in the past but by some ordinary individual.

This kind of engravings on coconut trees are commonly made for the … Read the rest

One of our fellow treasure hunter in this community has sent us some interesting photos to study and analyze.

He actually discovered several rocks but only three of them caught my interest to discuss in this post.

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Rock with Engraved Arrow Sign

Piled Rocks

Turtle Shape Rock

Decoding the Sketch Map

Rock with Engraved Arrow Sign

As we can see in this photo, there is a large rock where on its surface is an engraved arrow sign.

Arrow sign is a very common type of treasure sign used by the Japanese Imperial Army as important “pointers”. In most cases, it is pointing to a certain location where we can find the next marker.

When it comes to my analysis of its authenticity as a treasure sign, I can say that it is man-made or a legit marker.

Piled Rocks

In this photo, … Read the rest

We have here some interesting photos taken by our fellow treasure hunter in this community about an old tomb that he discovered on his site.

So in this post, we are going to study and analyze this object if it is a legit treasure sign used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers as clues to their hidden treasure loot.

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The Old Buried Tomb

Cross Markers are Pointers

Engraved Head of a Bird

The Old Buried Tomb

In this photo, we can see a rectangular shaped object with a cross symbol on its surface. This gives us the perception that this particular object is an old forgotten tomb.

Old Tombstone

But as a treasure hunter, you have to know that there are some cases where the Japanese soldiers intentionally made tomb-like containers where they stored their treasure loot. They knew that ordinary individuals commonly respect tombs making it … Read the rest

Our fellow treasure hunter in this community has discovered an interesting engraved marker on the surface of a large rock.

Based on my own analysis, the engraved marker is composed of a symbol that is similar to the letter Z and an arrowhead pointer.

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The Engraved Z Symbol

Meaning of the Z Treasure Sign

The Engraved Arrowhead

The Engraved Z Symbol

Below is the actual photo of the rock’s surface that caught the attention of our fellow treasure hunter.

Engraved Z and Arrowhead Marker

The shot wasn’t really of good quality but the engraved symbols are still visible.

When it comes to engraved signs that are similar to the letter Z of the English Alphabet, it can actually be interpreted with several different meanings.

Z Treasure Sign

Thus, the Z sign is commonly accompanied by other symbols which helps in determining its appropriate exact meaning.

Meaning of the Z Treasure SignRead the rest

We have here an interesting photo of an old rock discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.

It is actually a very large old rock with many engraved symbols on its surfaces and it has a very strange shape.

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  • Strange Old Rock
  • Engraved Arrowhead
  • Nature-made Engraved Symbols
  • Egg Shape Rock

Strange Old Rock

As we can see in this photo, this old rock is quite strange, the main reason why it caught the attention of our fellow treasure.

Thus, he took some photos of it and send it to my eMail in order for us to study, analyze, and interpret what it means.

We can notice on this part of the rock that it has too many engraved lines forming different types of symbols.

However, based on my analysis, I can say that only a few of these engraved lines can be … 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

In this post, we have here some interesting photos sent to us by our fellow treasure hunter in this community to study, analyze, and interpret.

According to our fellow treasure hunter, he uncovered all these objects on their excavation site.

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  1. Circle Shape Object
  2. Square Shape Object
  3. Corrugated Steel Rods
  4. Arrowhead Shape Rock

Circle Shape Object

In this photo, we can see here a strange object that has a circle shape. Aside from its shape, we can notice here that it has a hole in its middle.

Based on my own analysis, I can say that this object is made out of concrete material. It only looks like this due to its long period of exposure under the ground.

If we are going to take a much closer look at this object as a treasure sign, we can say that it is a sign that … 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

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