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In this article, we are going to discuss about a marker that has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter on his site where he discovered a strange engraved marker on the surface of an old rock. He took a picture and sent it into my email for analysis.

But before we analyze the photo that he sent, let’s have a brief interpretation to the meaning of a fish sign in terms of Yamashita treasure sign.

Fish were used by the Japanese Imperial Army (JIA) soldiers as a treasure sign to their looted treasures back in the previous World War II which provide a crucial or very important clue to the location of the hidden objects.

We all know that fish lives and thrives on water. So in relation to the sign, this indicates that the precious item has been hidden by the Japanese soldiers … Read the rest

Arrowheads is one of the common Yamashita treasure signs used or left behind by the Japanese Imperial Army (JIA) soldiers as clues to their hidden treasure loot during the previous Second World War. They can be interpreted with various different meanings but among them, the most common interpretation for such treasure sign is that they indicate directions or they serve as important pointers.

In this article, we are going to discuss how to analyze and determine a certain arrowhead treasure sign if we can consider it as legit marker or not. And aside from this is to explain the possible interpretation for their meanings.

As a treasure hunter, many of us do believe that the Japanese Imperial Army soldiers during the previous World War II had conducted an operation where they had looted all countries that they conquered, especially the Southeast Asian countries. These looted … Read the rest

Alright fellow treasure hunters, we have here another two photos sent to us by someone who is an avid follower of this blog and on my YouTube Channel.

I decided to share my analysis here on my blog because I think it shows a good example of a huge marker on the surface of a large rock.

But the real question here is that, can we consider it as a legit marker? Or is it just another nature-made marker?

As a treasure hunter, when we come across an engrave marker, the very first step that we need to perform is to identify it if it is man-made or nature-made.

If it is man-made then there is a very high chance that it is an authentic Yamashita treasure sign. However, if it is only nature-made then we need to just ignore it since it has nothing … Read the rest

If you are an amateur treasure hunter or you are just starting to learn how to hunt for the hidden Yamashita treasures then there are two important things that you need to learn about the markers. First is the surface markers. And second is the buried markers.

The very first step in searching for a certain hidden Yamashita treasure on your site is to conduct an exploration. You have to explore your site carefully with the aim to find legit clues left behind the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers.

Your first exploration with the aim to find legit markers is performed on the surface of the ground. Hence, any legit markers that you are able to discover are categorized as “surface markers” or “surface treasure signs”.

Now let’s assume that you have finally discovered all surface markers on your site. Then you made a … Read the rest

When it comes to shoe markers as Yamashita treasure sign, we may encounter an actual shoe or shoes left behind by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers as important clues. Or, we may encounter strange rocks bearing the shape of a shoe.

To all amatuer treasure hunters, you need to know that the Japanese soldiers commonly used different objects in markang their hidden treasure loot. Some common examples include samurai, bayonet, bullets, uniform, combat shoes, and etc…

Different objects may have different meanings as a marker but in this post, we are only going to focus our discussion on shoes.

Shoe as a marker can be encountered on both the ground surface or underground. But based on my own personal experiences, this type of particular marker is more commonly used as a buried marker.

Rocks bearing the shape of a shoe are more commonly used … Read the rest

Some treasure hunters have encountered a chair marker as a Yamashita treasure sign on their sites. Although, the majority does not know how to decode or interpret its meaning. As a result, many have requested my own interpretation about this particular Yamashita treasure sign.

To all amateur treasure hunters and to those who still do not know, a chair is a marker which is included under the “treasure on the spot” category. This means that the item is hidden somewhere nearby or directly buried under the chair marker.

The meaning of chair as a Yamashita treasure sign has connection to the use or purpose of an actual chair. We all know that a chair is a simple tool that we commonly use to sit and relax. Aside from this, if we are sitting on a chair, we are staying in one exact location or we … Read the rest

Someone here in our community has requested a topic about elephant markers used as Yamashita treasure sign so here it is.

To all amateur treasure hunters and to those who still do not know, it is actually very common to encounter signs or markers that are in the form of animals. Common animals used by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) soldiers include turtles, snakes, birds, crocodiles, and dogs. However, it is very rare to encounter elephant markers.

Elephant markers may come in two different forms. One, it could be in the form of an engraved marker. And two, it could be a large rock bearing the shape of an elephant creature.

Decoding a certain elephant marker can be somewhat complicated due to its several meanings. But in order for us to determine its appropriate meaning, it is always important to consider the other additional markers … 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

Nails were also used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers as important markers to their hidden Yamashita treasure or treasure loot. They had commonly embedded them on old trees but rarely on surfaces of old rocks.

As a treasure hunter myself, I already encountered a lot of nails used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers in marking the location of their hidden treasure loot. These nails do come in different forms and sizes. Some are thick and large while others had the 3 inches common standard size.

Old nails as treasure signs are commonly used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers as markers with the main purpose of providing important directions to the exact location of the hidden item.

Let’s say for example that we discovered an old nail embedded on the body of an old large tree similar to our illustration that we have here.

Embedded Nail on Tree

What we … Read the rest

Let’s discuss another interesting Yamashita treasure sign which is an engraving type of marker. This treasure marker consists of two engraved symbols which are “X” and “D”. These two symbols are actually common types of symbols used by the Japanese soldiers in marking their hidden treasure loot.

We actually have here an actual photo of the said marker which has been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.

Engraved XD Treasure Sign

As we can see in this photo, it is pretty clear how the two symbols are beautifully engraved on the portion of the large old rock. In other words, I can say that it is man-made. And if it is man-made, we can consider it as a legit treasure sign.

Location of the Engraved XD Marker

According to our fellow treasure hunter, he discovered this large old rock on the side of an old Read the rest

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