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« on: August 01, 2009, 09:25:24 am »
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Hi! to everybody,especially to Pinoys all over the wold and to mr.cornello.Im new to this site and glad i found it.I wish to learn some important things the ABCs of treasure hunting, from  experienced(veteran) treasure hunters all over the world.Who knows someday I'll be of help to many,because learning is a continous process.The first thing that I wish to know if somebody could tell me if what is the exact meaning of this, One(1) Big stone that has a shape of an isosceles triangle(60 degrees triangle), found inside the twelve (12) feet tunnel from the surface to its base.iT Measures  from its base , six (6) feet height,twelve (12) feet long from its base.If it is indeed a treasure marker,where possibly the cache or a box might be?It is pointing south west in direction,lateral to the left side of the tunnel that served as its wall.Thank you all and looking forward to here from anybody soon.Pio

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