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« on: June 09, 2017, 06:53:27 pm »
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Hi treasure community. I have here what appears to be a Japanese imperial army(JIA) treasure site the story goes when the landowner was told in the time of world war 2 by his grandparents that the JIA would survey his land and walk up the mountains on and off as if they are hiding something within this mountains in his land. The landowner said when he was a kid he was shown a map by foreigners, in that map had a deadwaterfall cliff that said to be glittered in white when the sun hits the cliff and has some sort of alter carved in the deadwaterfall with a lighthouse maker place in the alter and its pointing 2 miles to the ocean, he told the foreigners nothing like that was in his land, but he knew what they were talking about so the foreigners took off and gave up they're search. As he got old he begin to realize it's a yamashita treasure burial site, so he went to the site and took down the lighthouse maker so nobody goes and inspect his land for these signs. I went with him to the site and he showed me where the lighthouse marker was placed and all these other makers, signs and symbols like the lighthouse, a rock carving with the number 1974,a funnel like trumpet that is protruding out the cliff, arrow marking and also inspect what makes the cliff glitter white some sort of white powdery substance that's itchy when exposed to the skin. He had demolished and wipe out all these clues. The only marking he didn't demolish was a huge carving of a fist. Now he wants me to help him put together a team of diggers ppl that we can trust and help him finance this operation. I am really convinced that this is a positive site because we have dug more around the area and found more makers like a heart shape slab with a face carved on it but what gets me the most is the fist carved on the cliff deadwaterfall. I need the treasure community in helping me decipher these codes the meaning 1974, trumpet sculpture that was protruding out demolished it but have pictures of what's left of it and the FIST!!!...

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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2017, 01:55:40 am »
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Yet an other sure thing story about the yamashita treasure.
some day i will try to count all the versions that there are on the forum.
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Now he wants me to help him put together a team of diggers ppl that we can trust and help him finance this operation.

if you are looking for people you can trust to recover a treasure of such magnitude you are looking to the right place.
the w.w.web is full of them.

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« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2017, 06:55:51 am »
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  This particular story sound familiar, Eaa?   :Smiley

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« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2017, 04:32:32 pm »
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Not that I know of. I mean it's always told by grandparents who were there in ww2 so always trust the elders..

Posted on: June 10, 2017, 04:30:08 pm
I think having to much trust and fate in the worldwide web is a bad idea specially all the scams out there now.

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