Two Holes on the Rock Surface

In this post, we are going to discuss a rock marker that has two man-made holes on its surface. Aside from this rock marker, there are also other treasure signs that have been discovered by our fellow treasure hunter in this community.

So the main questions that we are going to answer here are,

“What is the meaning of the two holes on the surface of the rock as well as the other treasure markers?”


“Where is the digging spot?”

Let’s first start on this rock marker which has a strange shape. We can notice that its shape is like the head of a certain reptile. It has two large eyes and a pointy snout.

Just aside this strange shape that looks like a certain head of a reptile is another strange shape which I still couldn’t tell what it is.

Now, if you are an avid reader of my blog then you probably already have an idea how you can interpret the meaning of an animal head as a treasure marker.

When it comes to markers, particularly rocks that bear the shape of an animal head, they actually indicate a direction. And this direction is where they are facing or staring at with their eyes. So through their eyes, we can use it as a basis in determining the exact direction and location they intended to indicate.

Going back to this marker discovered here by our fellow treasure hunter, I carefully analyzed it in order to confirm if this is a legit marker or not. This is a very important task in order for us to avoid following a wrong direction and wasting our precious time. As a result, my analysis of this marker is not legit and must be ignored.

In this image, we can see two large rocks and in between them are banana trees. I would like you to know that banana trees are one of the favorite trees used by the Japanese Imperial soldiers in marking their hidden Yamashita treasures. But we should not immediately conclude that the item is buried under these banana trees because this requires more marker for confirmation.

Moving to the next marker discovered by our fellow treasure hunter, we have here a large rock where it has engraved shapes on its surface.

I would like to tell you that our imagination can cause issues in our perception in identifying a legit marker. Over imagination can actually create strange shapes and symbols on various natural objects. For this reason, we often mistake natural objects in our surroundings as Yamashita treasure  signs.

So in this rock that we have here, you might have an over imagination where you perceive the engravings as a pair of foot marker. But when it comes to my own perception, these engravings are no doubt made by nature which must be ignored.

In this photo, we have here a large rock where we are seeing one of its side. And for the most obvious part, it has two small but deep holes.

I have analyzed these two holes and I can say that they are legitimately made by human hands. 

The holes seem to be made using a sharp tool. You may notice the long engraved horizontal line above. I can say that this is natural which is not a part of the two holes.

The common meaning of holes as markers, especially those with numbers  that are between one to three, are commonly interpreted as locations of the treasure deposits. So in this hole markers, they are indicating two separate portions of the site. And in these two portions, there are “two separate treasure deposits”.

But unfortunately, due to the lack of marker, we are unable to locate or determine these two portions of the site.

Let’s take a look back again into this photo with two large rocks and banana trees in between them.

I am thinking that there is a possibility that these two large rocks are what’s being referred to by the two holes. Thus, we need to fully inspect the surfaces of these two rocks for any possible engraved markers that could help us with our confirmation.

However, if engraved markers can be found on their surfaces, we can perform a “test dig”. We are going to dig under these two rocks to check if we can uncover “buried markers”. If still no legit markers can be found then we should move to the other different portions of the site.

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