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The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

The Philippines (A Fooled Nation)

THE JAPANESE TREASURE SEAL
By: Robert Cordova
The nature of the concrete seal built by the Japanese soldiers during their occupation of the Philippines in WW2 is not just a plain mixture of cement, gravel, sand and water as usually applied in road building or construction of highways. It is perhaps, the most hardened cement concrete one can ever imagine. The presence of affirmative evidence proves that the endurance and hardness of the same is comparable to iron steel. Based on continuing studies and research, there is that enormous amount of silica quartz and pyrites mixed together with undetermined amount of resin adhesive and hardener. There is also an authentic presence of fly ash and intrusion aid. The process of mixture is dry pouring method. The moisture of the soil served as a slowing catalyst.

The concrete slab is the mortar seal of the treasure cache. Its thickness varies from 0.5-5 meters depending on the volume of the treasures buried. The bigger the volume, the thicker the seal is. On the so-called major sites, the thickness would reach a phenomenal height of 8 meters from the ground surface of 20-30 meters deep. Down below, series of rectangular chambers are built in such a manner that is free from collapsing. This is supposedly the spot where the cache are seen crated, stacked in cylinders and lined up in every chamber.

So far, the most updated faster way of breaking the seal open is thru the use of a burning rod. However, this process renders ineffective if the pit is watery. The presence of water cannot be ruled out taking into account a 20-30 meters depth below the ground surface. During the wet season where the sites are filled with water, diggers switch to manual operation using chisels and sledge hammers rendering a slow pace of accomplishment. However, there are those who successfully retrieved and very lucky enough after several years of painstakingly, unimaginable hard job as evidenced by these photos:
 THE JAPANESE TREASURE SEALTHE JAPANESE TREASURE SEAL

  Last April 2003, we had accidentally found this treasure site during the making of our poultry farm at Bukidnon, Philippines. We had already begun the preliminary excavations and had found several stone markers which will be found here at this site. Unfortunately, we had to stop our excavations due to lack of resources last May 2004. The details of the excavation will follow so please read on.....

These are additional photos from the excavations site. This shows a stone marker formed into a fasing east. This is located near the actual hole that was dug.

Frog Marker

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

Here are some additional photos from operation site.

And the pictures of the actual hole that we have dug:

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TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

Here are the surrounding rock that are found near the site.

Do take note of the symbols/signs/markings carved into the stones:

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

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TREASURE EXCAVATION

TREASURE EXCAVATION

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Japanese Symbol for Treasure

Most Japanese Treasures that has been found in the Philippines are purely accidental where these lucky people manage to find it by making renovations or building a house. Others are able to find it on their own farm land. This is the reason of the growing number of Treasure Hunters all over the country seeking for an abundant wealth hidden by the clever Japanese Empire a long time ago.

If you ever want to pursue or join on this kind of serious activity, you need to know first about the risk and danger that might happen to you. This isn’t like any Treasure Hunting activity on beaches, parks or areas where you are doing it just for fun. Buried treasures by the Japanese Empire involve huge amount of wealth in the form of Gold Bars, Golden Statue (Buddha) and Jewelries such as diamonds. Being able to find any of these items will make you an instant millionaire which is the goal of every Treasure hunter in the Philippines.

 

It really sounds pleasantly good to the ears hearing about the Japanese Treasures that it can almost tempt anyone to try and dig their own places as well. But, take note that the risk involves real danger that it can take your life away especially when you do not know what exactly you are doing. The Japanese soldiers aren’t stupid to bury or hide their treasures without setting-up a trap. They commonly setup bombs and poisons that when the digger gets closer to the object, it will be triggered and just imagine what will happen.

 

There are actually several Japanese codes or symbols for treasures that you need to conduct further researches beside this blog. Below are illustrations of these codes that you can add to your references:

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

The X, Cross and (*) Asterisk.

 

Encountering an X sign is the most obvious symbol that denotes the spot of the buried item. But this is not the common case where it also means danger or stop digging. If you continued digging further, you might trigger the trap putting your life at risk. 

 

Sometimes, the cross symbol is misinterpreted for an X. You really need to observe the sign carefully if it is an X or a cross. An interpretation for the cross symbol is that the hidden item is just around the area so make use of your handy detector for locating.


Asterisk sign denotes exactly the same as the X and states that there are worth millions of buried deposits.

 

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

 

The Japanese soldiers didn’t hide all their treasures on the land. They also filled the bodies of water which makes the recovery a lot much harder to be done. If you encountered a symbol that looks like the letter M and there’s a presence of river, pool or any bodies of water around the area then it means that the treasure is hidden under the water. 

 

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

A

 

Piles of Gold Bars and Coins are the most common treasures that can be easily found as compared to the Golden Buddha and precious jewelries. Signs for such hidden object is A or Au which is also the symbol of gold on the periodic table.

 

 

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

Three Circles or Dots

 

If you found three circles or dots engraved on the surfaces of rocks or trees, it means that there are triple deposits hidden around that area. Another sign is needed to point the exact spot of the items but if it’s none then it’s the time to put your detector to use.

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

Triangle

 

You should be happy when you found a triangular sign because it means that the hidden items are volume of treasures. 

 

Japanese Symbol for Treasure

Others

 

There are hundreds of signs used by the Japanese Imperial army to hide the treasures in the Philippines. You might even encounter signs that look like Chinese characters and the majority of them indicates big amount of treasure deposits.

 

Interpreting signs correctly is very important in any Treasure Hunting activity. It will let you avoid danger and points you towards the right direction. If you are a newbie and you have found an interesting sign but it’s unknown to you or you do not have any idea about it, it’s best to ask help on trusted professional. You might not know that the sign simply warns you of danger that instead of treasures, piles of vintage bombs are deposited on that area and it can explode upon disturbance.

Buried  treasure in the Philipines

Utilizing an Accurate Locators Imaging System and an SSP 2100 Pulse Induction Detector, these treasure hunters were able to locate gold. The treasure hunters first located the tunnel system from an image that had been created and then with the SSP Pulse Induction unit was used to discriminate and pinpoint the gold bullion. The picture below shows two of many gold bars found at the 80 foot level.

Buried  treasure in the Philipines

 

The below picture shows a void or tunnel at 25 feet below the surface which was found as a result of analysis of an image showing a large underground anomaly. Notice the old bricks where they busted through to the tunnel chamber.

 

The photo below shows the tunnel continuing downward through old wood and shoring and a lot of water.

Buried  treasure in the Philipines

 

The photo below shows the man made cement treasure chamber with old rusted metal pipes in the shape of a snake that points the direction to the gold cache.

Buried  treasure in the Philipines

The photo below shows a close-up of the Japanese pipe marker snake.

Buried  treasure in the Philipines
The photo below shows the entrance to the treasure chamber.
Buried  treasure in the Philipines
The photo below shows a bomb that was discovered in the same tunnel system; it was tested and found to be a dead bomb. However it now serves as a gong to call the workers to lunch!
Buried  treasure in the Philipines

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