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Online Bose Yu

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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #15 on: March 11, 2020, 08:12:23 PM »
I wasn't able to draw a sketch to triangulate our site. But we just noticed this layer of soil underneath, what is your idea of this image?

The top layer above the whitish line were up to until 9 ft and the red brown layer were on 12 ft going down.
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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2020, 08:39:14 PM »
Hello Bose Yu..Good Evening.
Regarding on your site,The stone on your pictures is just a secondary marker.A perfect Hole or Spoke can be decipher Measure the Diameter and the Depth of the Hole.Use a Millimeter.
Then add to get the total. Example if the Diameter is 1 inch and the depth is 1 inch. 1 inch = 25.4 millimeter and so the Total is 50.8 millimeter..use a compass if the Hole is facing upward
then use a 90 degrees Bearing. If the Hole is on the side use also a compass.
Regarding on your Area,Prior on your digging make a survey ask for the Bench Mark.The Tower the tallest Tree or the Big Rocks that cannot be displaced by Human or Natural Calamities.
Nowaday actual survey by the Japanese team is observe.Like in the area of Calinan Davao City,to Upper Lacson I have seen an actual Japanese Woman Engineer on the site who did an
actual survey she have an Digital Transit with a team.In the area they put a Red Mark.
Back on your Area look for the Remark Cocunut Tree..Always use a compass...

Good Luck and Happy Hunting.. :) :) :)

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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #17 on: March 15, 2020, 04:54:46 PM »
yes. japanese always use compass method , remapping and triangulation. they remap for the base markers and do the compass method based on that markers and mapping. then they triangulate.

metal detectors and scanners have no use for yamashita treasure hunting.

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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #18 on: March 15, 2020, 09:42:06 PM »
@NorthStar and renantiur: Sirs, is it possible to use the compass app from the phone? It would be difficult to obtain one this time from the city due to Covid19 problem...
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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #19 on: March 16, 2020, 12:30:52 PM »

whats the use of compass method if you dont know the secrets of the japanese? i dont even know that. find a japanese who knows the secret of remapping and finding a treasure using compass method. or at least a pinoy taught by a japanese. as far as a i know, there is none but who knows you might get lucky finding one. there is no harm in trying.


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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #20 on: Today at 09:21:08 AM »
Average depth is 12 meters. In most places this small load can be found at 20 meters, depends on spring water  availability. There are cases that this small load can be found at 3 to 5 meters but to those sites near sea water, river banks or large body of water.

Do you know these depths from experience or word of mouth? Or have you known someone personally who hit a small load at 20 meters? Thanks
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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #21 on: Today at 12:50:55 PM »
Word of mouth? Haha

My problem nowadays is not small load spotting but how to crack open that f#&*n hard concrete vault...we failed 4x because we dont even know how to open it.
 Make a comment about that vault. Anything you know about vault and 100% that is a word of mouth.

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Re: What's the meaning of this?
« Reply #22 on: Today at 05:28:15 PM »
Word of mouth? Haha

My problem nowadays is not small load spotting but how to crack open that f#&*n hard concrete vault...we failed 4x because we dont even know how to open it.
 Make a comment about that vault. Anything you know about vault and 100% that is a word of mouth.

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So you are saying that you and your group have personally reached small loads 4 times at 20 meter depth? When you say small loads, what are the dimensions of these small loads? My only advice for breaking one is using an angle grinder equipped with a granite cutting diamond blade. Cut tightly grouped parallel lines in to one corner of the vault and chip away at the segments with a jackhammer until you reach the void. I know it works on very hard stone so I'm assuming it would work on whatever the vaults are made of. But I don't know for sure. If it does work be sure to let us know.
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