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« on: July 01, 2009, 06:52:06 am »
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We had been digging 15 feet already underground for possible gold deposits.  However, I am amazed by the presence of ajapanese bamboo in the area and inyam tree and a mango tree planted in a triangular position.  Wondering if this is just a coincidence or do this imply something like a direction to a burried treasure... Somebody help me.  Thak you

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bro, how far the 3 trees to each other? we had 2 sites here in south both triangle formation of trees & both sites already recovered by other th who 1st discovered the site.

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