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« Reply #10 on: September 27, 2006, 11:24:54 am »
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Thank you for your explanations. I ahve a few questions:

1. How many treasure sites are you working on
2. How have you discovered those. E.g. by eye witness, maps, markers etc.
3. What equipment are you using
4. What equipment are you looking for
5. What have you discovered so far
6. How many people are in your team
7. Do you have foreign investors yet
8. In what are of the Philippines are you doing your diggings (Around Manila or Davao?

Thank you very much.

I would be happy if I could help you in some way.

In the meantime best wishes,

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« Reply #11 on: September 27, 2006, 04:34:33 pm »
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I'd be interested in that info also.

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« Reply #12 on: September 29, 2006, 08:47:34 pm »
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Christian,

      Sorry If I was not able to answer immediately bcoz Metro Manila was hit by typhoon last Thrusday (Sept.28)....the whole metropolis had total blackout...slowly they tried to restore electricity...maybe our residence will get electricity in 2 or 3 days from now...thats why I can't post (no electricity)...I just go to internet shop, who earlier had reinstalled electricity...anyway...

1) How many sites do our team have?
    ....so many (more than 100 treasure sites only), i will post my sites later...

2) How did we discover these sites?
    ...several Japs maps, living witness, natives, WW2 japs/filipino veterans, actual treasure sites visits, extensive jungle exploration, unfinished treasure operation, man made and well defined rock symbols/markers, other treasure hunter sites.......all methods of research..

3) We do NOT have equipment right now?
   ....regarding buried treasure or barred down tunnel, underwater stell/concrete vault or budha are not been touched by our team due to lack of geo equipment....we concentrate more on sites, above ground concrete/boulder vault, jungle open treasure caves (last May/Sept 2006...2 open jungle caves was discovered with 200-300 tons on it by other treasure groups), that doesn't need geo-instruments...however if somebody will provide us these hi-tech geo eqp't, it would be a great help...

4) What eqpt we need?
     As much as possible we need GPR, electromagnetics, electrical resisitivity, pulse detector (but of course it depends upon the financial capability of the funder...if he can afford one, two or all eqp't...the better)...i already inquered the supplier of these preferred geo eqp't...but i can't afford it...we are just jobless poor treasure hunter/researcher.

5) What have we discovered so far?
    Treasure !! and other good treasure sites (what else)
    a) In Sept 2001, Our team hauled a refrigerator size concrete vault just lying along the sea coastline with 2 tons of gold inside it....it was taken from us (another long story, will tell later)
    b) In Aug. 2003, Our team recovered 64 pieces 12 kg gold bars in Ifugao, on the way to the airport to deposit gold in the Central bank...out teammates were ambushed...four of our teammates had died... it was a tv/newspaper HEADLINE during that time...
    c) In late 1980s my partner Richie (grandson of Maj. Gen. Inami Murakami)....became a negotiator/broker of gold buy/sell...for 6 hours he was blindfolded and herded into treasure cave...with 4 chamber full of treasure....we was able to sell 4 pieces of 6 kg Cambodia gold bars....after the sale is consumated...the armed native gold seller vanished...he earned $5,000 as a commision of that sale....he can't remember the treasure cave site...and he became a die hard treasure hunter...
   d) My other partner Budz...his late father was former Pres. Marcos treasure partner from 1965-1982 (they recovered thousand tons of gold)....their 1982,last gold haul 2,000 pieces 75 kilo gold bars...the DOCUMENTS of gold sale, import docu, business front... picture of CIA buyers was still with my partner......In 1987, my partner Budz was accompanied by his father in one of their treasure cave and took pictures of gold stockpile (5 feet by 5 feet by 21 feet long gold stockpile covered with canvass)....now the cave was owned privately we can't operate...unless we buy the whole land cave area (unfortunately we are just joblesss/poor treasure hunter, we can't afford).

6) How many people in our team?
    Less than 10.....

7) Do we have a foreign investor?
    We have one...but only promises, he promise to finance us 2 months ago...up to now he never gave us a single cent or eqp't........anyway we have more than 100 treasure sites all over the Philippines, we can afford to have as many funder as we can....

Cool What treasure sites location?
    We prefered...Central and Eastern Luzon (its neaner to our place in Metro Manila), although we have sites all over the Philippines Island...

   Our treasure sites are acquired thru more than 20 years of extensive treasure research, actual exploration and with the help also of several treasure hunting groups, right now we are FULL TIME TREASURE HUNTER (means jobless).....AND DEFINITELY WE NEED THE HELP OF ANYBODY....whether it is a small contribution or big....

   Japs treasure hunting is NOT EASY...in fact its difficult...but with the help of everybody... its DUABLE AND POSSIBLE....
    Its already written in history...that in 1972, filipino treasure hunter Rogelio Roxas recovered 2 feet tall Golden Budha...and tunnel full of treasure...unfortunately it was confiscated by late Pres. Marcos...and it took the Phil Army...ONE YEAR TO HAUL HIS TREASURE TUNNEL.....and its only ONE big vol. SITE...there are several hundreds more...
   

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« Reply #13 on: September 30, 2006, 12:58:26 am »
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Holy Cow!!!!

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« Reply #14 on: September 30, 2006, 01:13:40 pm »
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wow awesome finds with a bunch of gov red tape.  Wish I could help you out, good luck and keep us posted on your progress...Smiley

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« Reply #15 on: September 30, 2006, 07:44:46 pm »
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       You wish you could help me out?
        Of course you can, if you want to....just donate or give us your old or second hand diving eqp'ts....besides buried sites...we have underwater treasure sites...worth exploring also...
        Right now, our native guides accidentally saw while fish diving...
1) Chained underwater 2 feet tall golden budha in 30 feet deep underwater along the rocky coastline of Sierra Madre...
2) 2 Chained metal box with white metal bars scattered besides it...est. 25 feet underwater cavern.... several white metal bars was previously hauled by our native asset father in 2001...we suspect it could be platinum bars...each white metal bar was exchange for a bottle of rum by our native asset late father...the old diver native had died due to drowning of this white metal bars....the native son guided our team in the exact location along the rocky and heavily coral seashore...

     Since our team is poor...we do not have diving gears or even an underwater camera to reconfirm/haul the underwater treasure site....we need anybodys donation...even your second hand unit or the cheapest ones....

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« Reply #16 on: September 30, 2006, 08:47:44 pm »
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YAMASHITA (JAPS) SUSPECTED WW2 TREASURE SITES

1) LUZON ISLAND                          (EST. TREASURE VOL.)
A. CAVES AND WATERFALLS TREASURE SITES
  1.  Dumagat Secret Treasure 1                  very large
  2.  Dumagat Secret Treasure 2                  very large
  3.  El Sombrero Treasure 1                        very large
  4.  El Sombrero Treasure 2                        very large
  5.  Secrets of Digoyo                               very large
  6.  Mt. Billionaire                                     very large
  7.  Gen. Tamaso Treasure                         very large
  8.  Gen. Tanaka Treasure                         very large
  9.  Snake Cave Treasure                           large
  10. 5 Lonely Tomb Cave                            medium
  11. Underground Temple                            medium
  12. Padlock Cave                                      medium
  13. Caged Golden Budha Cave                     medium
  14. Killer Budha of Digoyo                           small
  15. 3 Budha Cave                                     small
  16. Tanaka Flagpole                                  small
  17. 2 Mating Boar  Statue                          small
  18. Waterfalls Round Table                         small
  19. 2 Japs Flagpole of San Luis                   small
  20. Underwater 2-Metal Box                        small
  21. Underwater Chained Golden Budha          small

B) BURIED / TUNNEL TREASURE SITES
  1. Zapote Tree Secret                               small
  2.  Mango Tree Secret                               small
  3.  Santolan Tree Secret                            small
  4.  Tamarind Tree Secret                           small
  5.  Lamp Light Treasure 1                          small
  6.  Lamp Light Treasure 2                           small
  7.  Market / Crossing Treasure                    small
  8.  Peroz Road Treasure                             small
  9.  Triangle Bridge Treasure                        small
  10.  Japs Flag Treasure                              small
  11. Japs Execution Camp Treasure                small
  12. Fr. Terreno's Treasure                           small
  13. Mango Hill Treasure                               small
  14. Colocol Creek Treasure                          small
  15. Masoc / Grandfather Treasure                 medium
  16. Skull Tunnel Treasure                            medium
  17. Egg Cave Treasure                               medium
  18. Church Secret Treasure                        medium
  19. School Secret Treasure                         medium
  20. Callao Cave Secret                               large
  21. Prado's Court                                       large
  22. Tokyo 2 Tunnel                                    very large

2) MINDANAO ISLAND (land sites)
   1.  Seven General Treasure                         very large
   2.  3 General Treasure of Tagurano               very large
   3.  Gen. Yamashita Treasure of Mundo Hill       very large
   4.  Gen. Yamashita Treasure of Panabo          very large
   5.  Gen. Yamada Treasure                            very large
   6.  Gen. Murakami Treasure                           very large
   7.  Gen. Teruya Treasure                             very large
   8.  Gen. Sakura Treasure                              very large
   9.  Gen. Toyogoshi Treasure                          very large
   10. Gen. Kutamura's Treasure                         very large
   11. Adm. Nakone Treasure                             very large
   12. Adm. Igie Treasure                                  very large
   13. Col. Oshihiro Hansawa Treasure                 large
   14. Col. Yamaguchi Treasure                          large
   15. Lt. Ohata Treasure                                  medium
   16. Secrets of Carmen                                  medium
   17. Secret of Cuyo Island                              small
   18. Secret of Dalirig                                      medium
   19. Secrets of dayat K Dabao                          medium
   20. Secret Of lake Venado                              medium                       
   21. secret of lake Sebu                                  medium
   22. Secret of Lipadas                                    medium
   23. Secret of makilo Ranges                            large
   24. Secrets of Mt. Apo                                   medium
   25. Secret of namnam                                   medium
   26. Secret of Pangantucan                             medium
   27. Secret of Raware                                     medium
   28. Secret Silae                                           medium
   29. Secret of Sinuda                                      medium
   30. Secret of Teruya                                      medium                                       
   31. Secret of Upian 1 and 2                             medium           
   32. Crown of Cambodia                                   large
   33. Horse cave Treasure                                 small
   34. Crocodile cave Treasure                            large
   35. Madapo Hill Treasure                                 medium
   36. Kiakol Treasure                                        medium
   37. Todaya Treasure                                      medium
   38. El Diablo Treasure                                     very large
   39. Nubus Treasure                                        medium
   40. 10th Buntai treasure                                 large
   41. Takaheshi Butai Treasure                           large
   42. kashibaora / Tanaka Treasure                     large
   43. Djakarta Tunnel                                       very large
   44. Medusa Tunnel                                        medium
   45. Tunnel 9                                                 very large
   46. Lying lady mountain                                  medium
   47. G. Budha of St. Francis                             small
   48. 3 Chained with wired tomb                        small
   49. Lonely Tomb of Talomo                              small
   50. Lonely Tomb of Luban                               small
   51. Lonely Tomb of St. Ines                             small
   52. 15 Lonely Tomb of Wao                              small
   53. Samurai Tomb                                          small
   54. Sinkhole Tomb and Box                              small
   55. Mysterious Steel Crate                              small
   56. Waterfalls of Block                                    small
   57. Foxhole of Umayam                                  small
   58. Swimming Stallion of Kisawi                        small
   59. Underground Stallion of Mt. Magolo               small

MINDANAO SEA BASED SITES
    1. Siwa maru (island Ship)                             very large
    2. Tikang Maru                                            large
    3. sakima maru                                            large
    4. Maru of the orient 3                                  large
    5. Capt. Kimura's Ships (6)                             very large
    6. Mini Submarine                                          small
    7. Camouflage submarine                                medium
    8. Cliffwall Submarine                                     medium
    9. Underground Submarine base                       very large
    10. Underwater cement vault                           small
    11. Runway edge Concrete vault                       small
    12. Missing Sea Plane                                     small
     13. daibatsu of ginoog                                   medium
     14. Daibatsu of davao Gulf                             medium

NOTES:
1. These are just partial list of our suspected japs treasure sites all over the Philippines.
2. Estimated treasure volume: small (1-10 tons), medium (20-50 tons), large (100-500 tons), very large (1000 tons and above)....in gold, artifacts, budhas...etc
3. These suspected japs treasure sites...was compiled thru more than 20 yeears of extensive research, exploration and actual operation....

Our team lack the capability (financially and equipment) to recover these treasures...any help or donation (cash or any eqp't)...weither its very small or big is mostly welcome...

Happy treasure hunting.....SLOWLY... THE JAPS/YAMASHITA TREASURE SECRETS IS BEING REVELED.... Grin.......enjoy....

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« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2006, 02:54:51 am »
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Toolboxdiver,

       You wish you could help me out?
        Of course you can, if you want to....just donate or give us your old or second hand diving eqp'ts....besides buried sites...we have underwater treasure sites...worth exploring also...
        Right now, our native guides accidentally saw while fish diving...
1) Chained underwater 2 feet tall golden budha in 30 feet deep underwater along the rocky coastline of Sierra Madre...
2) 2 Chained metal box with white metal bars scattered besides it...est. 25 feet underwater cavern.... several white metal bars was previously hauled by our native asset father in 2001...we suspect it could be platinum bars...each white metal bar was exchange for a bottle of rum by our native asset late father...the old diver native had died due to drowning of this white metal bars....the native son guided our team in the exact location along the rocky and heavily coral seashore...

     Since our team is poor...we do not have diving gears or even an underwater camera to reconfirm/haul the underwater treasure site....we need anybodys donation...even your second hand unit or the cheapest ones....


Sorry but all my diving gear is spoken for...Sad...I am poor as well, too bad you can't afford to bring me over to salvage the budah.  30 feet of clear water you should be able to hold your breath to attach a crane or blocks and tackle to do the lift from a barge or floating platform

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« Reply #18 on: October 01, 2006, 10:04:28 pm »
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Toolboxdiver,

      Its okey.......I undrstand that you can't help me....no problem...
      The chained golden budha looks easy to get.....but for us who lack the logistics and budget...its diffucult job.

Problems we encounter in hauling these Golden Budha...

1) The suspected treasure site is 700 miles from Manila (20 hours by bus, along one lane rough road and cliffwall ridges)....then 15 hours by pumpboat , very rough seas (We have no budget for fares and exploration)
2) The area is seashore coastline of tropical rainforest (100 kilometers from nearest coastal town). Moving logistics in these inhabited and far flung treasure area is very expensive and difficult for a poor treasure group like us...
3) Renting a boat is NOT possible bcoz the pumpboat operator WILL KNOW our treasure area (one wrong move or treasure leakage...our team could be massacred by local natives or rebels)....For total secrecy of the operation, best option is to purchase our own boat in which... we can't afford...
4) Assuming our local divers can hold their breath,we succeed and we were able to haul...Where shall we put our 2 feet golden Budha...local pumpboat along with other passengers? And put it into a local bus and bring it to Manila? Impossible !! for us who lack budget ...

He,he,he,...this is not gold bars that we could easily and secretly hide in backpack and commute in long distance in a local pumpboat/bus besides with other passengers..... these is a 2 feet tall and 1 ton Golden Budha... one wrong move or leakage....we could easily be massacred by local poor/hungry residents or bystanders...

And our WORST RPOBLEM....there are several well funded treasure team also near the area looking for these underwater chained Golden Budha.....and we are just hoping that our local native pointer of G.Budha.....WILL NOT DEFECT to other treasure group...and exposed his G.B.

It happend several times that our local assets defected to other treasure groups bcoz we lack budget to haul their treasure....

After several years of "gold native asset" gathering, Last May 2005, we found a Gold Holder/treasure asset........ the old native ask us $2,000 in exchange for his 6 kilo gold bar (worth $100k), his conditon is simply...once we were able to produce $2K in exchange for his 6 kg gold bar....he will exclusively sell/give also his remaining gold bars ONLY to our team....After one year of begging to our friends and funders...NOBODY LISTEN TO US.....Last May 2006, the old native gold seller DEFECTED to other treasure  group who were able to produce $2K for his 6 kg gold bar.......our latest info...the old man GAVE 20 TONS OF GOLD to other treasure groups...Shocked  ..IT COULD HAVE BEEN OURS, bcoz we were offered first and the old man gave us one year to produce $2K....since we lack budget ....he gave it to others.....
   
    THATS IS THE IRONY AND MYSTERY OF JAPS / YAMASHITA TREASURES..... :Smiley....... sometimes THE TREASURE IS ALREADY SOOO NEAR AND YET SOOOOO FAR TO GET............more treasure story nex time... Kiss

If anybody had any extra, second hand equipments that is useful in treasure hunting, jungle exploration, or diving.............even it is a simple as second hand cheap camera, hiking shoes, and etc...is VERY MUCH WELCOME CONTRIBUTION TO OUR ....TREASURE QUEST.........and of course, once we succeed.....donor will be HIGHLY REWARDED... Tongue

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Wow!!! Very interesting thread.

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