« Last post by D double L on February 19, 2015, 10:23:31 AM »
Nice to be back.....kindly check this "EGGS"
Its a marker.. a Kanji but I cabt read it coz its not clear.
"Punched that and spent near another year going down past dead japs, explosives and such. We did find the final vault which had tar covered drums in it, those were rigged with explosives. Year 2002. So that was near 13 years ago. It can be done but it is expensive, dangerous and can easily destroy your life"
sir zobex, is it possible that near the entrance of the chamber, there is a give away cement room where supposed to be, there are no explosives in the said room? or are there explosives in every cement room? will the said explosives still explode even after 50 years or more?
it is just telling you that there are treasures there. clearly, those rocks were not placed there by nature. it is similar to balabag digos city. deep river with no more water on it. all the water were diverted to another place.
as for your question as to what it signifies, almost all of us here have no idea because only a handful of japanese knows about it. please do not believe THAPI OR luzviminda. if those codes were true, i could have recovered an item already. all those 5 years of experimentation with codes brought me with nothing. but when i did not rely on those codes, there were cement vaults that we were able to find through drilling, only to find them sliding in another locations. what was left was a shallow void, a very big void that once houses the said cement vault. i was able to enter a big cement room also with my friends only to find out after 7 months that the cement room has no hollow portion and you have to clear it from the backfilled earth and fist sized rocks. it looks like a hard rip rap. but we cannot find the items inside after clearing 8-10 feet wide of it. the wall was 2 feet thick and you cannot break it or chip a portion with it using a very powerful jackhammer even for 2 days. the owner gave up . i dont know what happened to his area.
i have also lost interest in treasure hunting after spending half million for the equipments and after spending 2 million more of my money to finance. now, im broke and i cant even live decently. that should be a lesson to those who would wish to spend their hard earned money to a venture which they dont even know how to approach and be successful. only the japanese and a handful of people who knows how to recover it. if you rely on stone markers, you will end up with nothing. only those who placed those stones know the meaning of it.
i therefore conclude that in the davao region, most items , the shallower ones and small ones , were meticulously engineered. the japanese engineers and japanese generals would not want us to get hold of these treasures. their mandate is that those japanese treasures must only be for the imperial family or a handful of them.
but if you have money to burn, you can experiment all you want. but i was already there. and i am telling newbies who wish to burn their money,the result is not gonna be pleasant with nagging wives and hungry children.
please have a decent equipment , detector, scanner, gpr before you even start digging.