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In one of our previous projects, we have uncovered some antiques wherein we believed that they were markers used by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) as clues to their hidden treasure deposit.

As you can see in the image below, we found three different types of antique objects. We uncovered them at different depths in our dig site.

Kulintang

Based on my research, I came to know that these two similar objects with lumps on their top portion are pieces of an old musical instrument known as “Kulintang”. Kulintang usually has a total of 5 to 9 pieces but we currently uncovered only two pieces of them.

To tell you more about Kulintang, it is actually an ancient musical instrument and no historical record can disclose where it originally came from. The only record we have is that this ancient musical instrument became a … Read the rest

Someone had suggested to me that I should elaborate more about my story regarding our excavations in uncovering the hidden Yamashita Treasures. By telling you the entire story, it is believed that you will be able to learn more from it rather than directly discussing the meaning of the particular sign or marker.

In this post, we are going to cover how me and my crew managed to recover a hidden treasure deposit through the old bottles used by the JIA (Japanese Imperial Army) as markers. I have already covered the meaning of an old bottle used as a sign or marker in one of my previous posts. So if you have not read it yet then I suggest that you should read it first before continuing to this topic.

The Owner of the Land

The location where we operated this project was on farmland. … Read the rest

Apr
27

Elmo Zugwalt

Hello “Treasure Hunt Club” Community, throughout all the posts and pages that I already posted here on my blog, there is really no particular post where I made myself a proper introduction.

Old time members of the community already knows me by the name, “Elmo Zugwalt”. It is a very popular name which means that I am not the only one who is using it. Anyway, I won’t be discussing here my personal details but everything about my involvement in the field of treasure hunting.

When it all did started?

As my younger self in the past, I am always fascinated by breaking codes and puzzles. I really enjoyed solving them especially those that are very challenging where only a few can solve it. The main reason is that, in every codes, decoding it will always reveal unexpected surprises in which what I really … Read the rest

While on my vacation, my fellow treasure hunters in the Philippines contacted me about an interesting discovery which is a unique and antique “Wooden Lucky Travelling Buddha”. Of course, they don’t know anything about the Buddha until I told them that it was a lucky Buddha used by most Feng Shui experts to attract positive chi energy. For those who knows nothing about Feng Shui, this Buddha is known to bring “good blessings”.

The wooden Buddha was discovered by a certain individual who claimed that he mysteriously dreamed about it. A spirit contacted him through his dream telling about the hidden Buddha and its location which is at a certain hidden cave. So he went into the location and dug the spot according to his dream. He was astounded when he found a concealed entrance to a cave.

Near the entrance, he discovered … Read the rest

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