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YAMASHITA'S / WW2 TREASURE => NORTHSTAR'S ISOMETRIC MAP THEORY => Topic started by: Gol D Ryann on September 17, 2016, 02:32:50 PM

Title: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 17, 2016, 02:32:50 PM
Please evaluate this site with your isometric pattern sir.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 17, 2016, 03:49:14 PM
According to the history of this site,the old house was occupied by the Japanese during ww2.They stayed years in that house until they were attacked by the filipino and the American forces..
According to the locals,there were 5 acacia trees during the 80's but now only acacia B is still standing.Upon searching for a the other 4 acacia trees based on the locals, i have drawn their locations and distances..
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 18, 2016, 01:13:23 AM
There are five large cache around the are. Look for the smaller cache supporting that large deposits, those are shallower than the large with depth more than 100feet.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 18, 2016, 01:23:33 AM
Around the area i mean...
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 18, 2016, 05:07:25 AM
Thanks for that info..how deep are the shallower caches and where can i find them?
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 19, 2016, 08:23:37 PM
There is an error in my photo upload. Sorry for that maybe because of the large file size of photo. It is just an illustration of a pentagon which is point A, B,C,D,E. Small cache are inbetween C and D which is the 25 yards depth. But the much shallower near this pentagonal deposits that can be found inbetween the depth of 10 to 15yards is near point A.

The shallow deposits around those large deep in a pentagonal positions are ranging from 10 to 25 yards depth. Along the sea shore and rocky terrain the shallowest is around 3 to 5 yards only. Depth depends upon the terrain of the area.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 19, 2016, 08:32:57 PM
Thanks for this info bro..10-25 yards is still deep for me..but the site in between D and C is hard to be operated because it is the path where people passes..this site is a plain area..
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 19, 2016, 08:38:07 PM
Is there any possibility that there are deposits with 3-5 yards deep here sir?
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 19, 2016, 08:46:59 PM
Risky site, onlookers may become an accesory to stop your operation and if it is a plain site, that would be a difficult operation. If you are unaware of this Japanese engineering enginuity (pentagonal) you may fall into rhe spot of big cache that would lead you to pass the pipelines of water storage supplying the entire area and eventually may force you to stop digging. Just a simple tip. Goodluck and happy hunting.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 19, 2016, 08:50:18 PM
Seashore near the water level or river banks and those rocky mountain terrains near the foot of mountains are places where you can find shallow but difficult to dig because boulder traps are common.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 19, 2016, 09:18:22 PM
By avoiding the big deep caches you can still do the "slowly but surely" digging by just using CULVERT. If the place is yours this is much practical than roaming and looking for other targets in far places.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 19, 2016, 09:37:16 PM
Thanks for the tips sir..areas in between B and C going to the right can possibly be operated..i am curious about this pentagon..is it a pattern sir?
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 20, 2016, 12:23:51 AM
Yes it is a pattern. It is a major site engineering design. Other treasure hunters already uncovered this secret including a writer of a book. This is not a secret to me even before i got the copy of this book that was given to me by a good samaritan from Mindanao.

This is also the main reason why thousands of hard earned money are being spent yearly without positive result in most of digging operations. This design gathers strong magnetic field at the center near the biggest and deepest that attracts detecting devices including other model of scanners.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 20, 2016, 12:28:43 AM
Millions of hard earned money i mean
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 20, 2016, 12:48:19 AM
Before starting an operation please invite dowsers of anykind and model even if it just a homemade and document the results. If you invite five dowsers and three have the same results then you must validate their findings. Those pentagonal surface signs (trees) do not represent that every tree has a deposit below. But i am 100% sure that one of the five trees is standing at the top of one of the five vaults in a pentagonal design. The positions of the trees is just giving an idea to the next generation of Japanese who may attemp to recover the treasure.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 20, 2016, 12:58:47 AM
Maybe the folks forgot the missing tree inbetween the C and E of your label to complete the pentagonal. Probably tamarind, duhat or santol and in some area mango or kamunsil. In rare occasions mulawin tree completes the pentagonal surface signs. The acacia in your point A illustration may represent a starting point to search for the sucker's find nearby.

Goodluck and Godbless...
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 21, 2016, 05:20:23 PM
Pentagon is a polygon with 5 equal sides,and if we devide 360deg by 5 it is 72deg.so from its center 5 deposits were distributed at 72deg interval with distance from its center to be determined...
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 21, 2016, 08:10:19 PM
In some areasbthis pentagonal isnt perfect. The small cache is in between D and E. This photo is an illustration from a book in TH.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 21, 2016, 09:03:17 PM
Correction: Small cache is inbetween C and D. This is confusing because if you are facing the north the small cache is nbetween D and E but if we follow the right direction started by the Japs engineering the small cache is inbetween C and E. Point A is the motherload but point E is the north direction.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: fom1113 on September 21, 2016, 09:33:42 PM
Sorry i can not do any correction in my typing and i always accidentally clicking the post box.

 Small cache is inbetween C and D. This is confusing because if you are facing the north the small cache is nbetween D and E but if we follow the right direction started by the Japs engineering the small cache is inbetween C and D. Point A is the motherload but point E is the north direction.

Assuming point A is the north as in many pentagonal chart circulating in books etc the small cache is between D and E.

Following the right direction the japs has started point E is the north A is at the east therefore small cache is between C and D.

Sorry to those double comments.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on September 21, 2016, 10:10:38 PM
Thanks for giving me insights with this complicated japs pattern..i need to study the things you've said..
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: NORTHSTAR on October 10, 2016, 03:05:58 PM
Hello Gol D Ryann...

Sorry its been a while since i open this account...You have a very good  presentation of your area..So far Form1113
is right...Deposit on a small cache is possible on the Acacia Tree D to Acacia Tree C...
Take the Acacia Tree D..As your Control 1...Use this Bearing 90 degrees. East...15 Meters...
Take the Acacia Tree as your Control 2...Use this bearing 121 degrees..ESE...3.5 meters and 40.5 meters...
I will just reviewed your Post Gol D Ryann...

Thanks..And Happy Hunting...
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on October 12, 2016, 04:59:56 PM
thank u for d idea , sir what tree for control 2, tnx.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on October 12, 2016, 08:34:24 PM
What i mean sir is,i just want to clarify...what acacia tree should i use as control 2?thanks
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on October 13, 2016, 08:46:47 AM
Thank you so much for giving insights sir,but i will wait for your final assessment on my site...
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: NORTHSTAR on October 17, 2016, 03:41:30 PM
Your Welcome...

The Control 2..Is the Acacia Tree A...

Happy Hunting... ;)
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on October 26, 2016, 04:30:46 PM
Thank you so much sir Northstar..how deep is this cache? And what things can i find on the digsife before i will find the items?
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: renantiur on October 26, 2016, 06:08:02 PM


my friend northstar, if you are teaching people here where to dig, have you recovered gold already? you must be belieavable if you have it already, but if you have not, maybe we should take pity for those people who may follow your unproven advice.
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: Gol D Ryann on October 30, 2016, 06:58:46 PM
Sir Northstar,can i ask a little favor? If you have time,can you please plot the position of the acacia trees on your isometric pattern? I hope you will grant my request...thank you so much....
Title: Re: acacia trees
Post by: boboi on September 26, 2017, 04:14:17 PM
This is my first logged in since 5 years ago. I just  wanted to say hi to my friend Northstar...Hope you'd already got a share of fortune..