Friday, September 21, 2012
On my numerous quest in finding a treasure, I meet a lot of different people on my journey which inspires me more to not give up on my conquest in searching. They tell me stories which are true that some recover treasures successfully and now richer than ever before a life with just enough food in their table and for everyday needs. One friend whom I have known for a while was one of the most lucky person and that gave me inspiration to not to stop with this kind of hobby because their group found rough diamonds on a small piece of bottle (with a label "Clifford Wilkinson TANSAN").
Thursday, September 20, 2012
A friend Discovered this heart shaped sign and it is really an obviously man made. According to old folks around here there had been numerous Japanese soldiers were marching here and had an encampment nearby because a river is nearby and water is accessible. Near this rock is a big white stone and the only white stone that is not ordinary to me because it was like man made rock that was assemble through the use of cement. I see peels of the rock which is quite the same with a cement and some colorful rocks were also seen from the formation of the rock. The rock is shaped like an egg and its size is SUV car. We plan to break it but locals seem to prevent us from doing this when they have noticed our presence and have known that we are treasure hunters. Alas we had no choice but to move out and find a better project.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
We recently found this when a friend called us asking if this is a possible treasure sign as this was a very old cement which existed during the war and nobody knows it why it was there. As shown from the above picture, it was erected sideways and there is a written numbers and letters then at the middle there is a noticeable arrow pointing downward. The arrow has a small hole nearly at the center and I think this is not just an ordinary PSU land markings. I have heard stories that the Japanese mimics or clones PSU's land markings but they make it differently to avoid confusion and put some of their codes or signs. Then they mix some gold bars or jewelries on to the cement.
This project will be updated soon when we would work it out as we are still saving for another project. Happy treasure hunting everyone. :D
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
We have encountered many tunnels during treasure hunting and mostly were closed tunnels bearing codes and signs near a slab of stone and perfectly etched. Sometimes it is pointed by a large nail that was put on an old tree or a large one. Inside a tunnel may lead to an empty room but in some stories that I have heard, there are large volumes of treasure were put and at the middle of the room there is golden Buddha surrounding other treasures and gold bars around. Other tunnels may also have booby traps which may be triggered when stepped on as some are bombs or landmines that are still very active due to they have put some oil/grease to prevent corrosion over time.
Monday, September 17, 2012
There were many stories that most treasure hunters encounter this type of sign and are very successful in recovering hidden treasures. I have too experienced to see one Foot or either 2 Feet that has been drawn and etched on a rock but mostly were destroyed by fellow treasure hunters to prevent others from seeing it and some had been already recovered. This indicates that a large volume of treasure has been buried under if it is seen above ground, and this is the last trail or the treasure is very near when seen over the dig site. From each site, there are various indication of foot from what I have seen. From simple art to very detailed ones. Mostly, the detailed ones are far more accurate that a treasure is present rather than forcing your imagination that it is a drawn foot even if it is natural and not man made.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Maybe many of you have encountered skeletons in your dig and just wondering what it is for. Historically, These are the POW's (prisoners of war) either from other countries or a local from the Philippines. I have heard from old folks who is a living witness to a beheading and burying of these prisoners, they use their sharp samurai in decapitating heads easily. Along with the buried treasure, they use the POW's to guard the treasure by killing them on the site and making a sacred prayer like binding their spirit to guard the treasure.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Last year we went for a project to the mountainous region of Ifugao, a place where the tiger of Malaya surrendered to the Allies. Locals told me that the mountain in the photo above was the original place which is the Nabigihan Mountain where Yamashita had surrendered but due to the place is a forest. They have declared that it should be near a community near by, thereby declaring Kiangan as the official place where Yamashita surrendered because it is just a few miles from the mountain. When I have known this, I realized that it was not written from any books but old locals from Ifugao knew the real story.