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Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by tesseract on July 18, 2014, 04:15:39 PM »
Does a real golden buddha has a big tummy and a big smile? Because we had a transaction just like this and we were closed to being scammed. Luckily, we found out quickly when we flipped the buddha and oh la la it was just brass. It weighed around 60kg though. We didn't made it known or revealed to them that we know their buddha was a sham. We knew we were surrounded by armed scammers in the area. So we made them believe that we will return with the buyer next time and never returned at all.  ;D
Teresa Site.. wasn't that at Fort Santiago in Manila? I remember Bob Curtis mentioning about that site to me several times when I visited his house in Las Vegas several years ago.


Tony, the Teresa site is out in the province area.  The bulk of it is still there or about 2/3 but the problem is the spirits of the dead.  They will actually cut your flesh, the reason Marcos ran away and left it.  Besides the area is under USG surveillance.

A 3,000 MT site was discovered earlier this year and another bunker that may equal it.  The problem is there is no way to move it.  As I have mentioned earlier, the USG has taken over control of the PH and will never let it go.  Mr. Obamination was in PH about what 2 months ago or so.  So Aquino the retread signed a couple of agreements.  One was licensing nation wide the use of Genetically Modified Crops in the PH (a Monsanto contract) and the other was the capitalization of the gold still buried in the PH.  The USG knows the big deposits, where and how much by satellite and such.  So the PH is considered the private bank of the US Military.  Since the USG controls the PH government and since no one can remove the gold, de' facto the gold belongs to the US Military.  That is their modus operandi.


Z, how will they do that, purchase the property where the deposits are, or sequester properties, or rent them? Or is there any sophisticated technology which will make retrieval easy even from a flying craft? just thinking..
I'm going to play devil's advocate here.  Try asking that "gold vein tracker/diviner" how many gold vein has he actually found.  Ask him as well if he has indeed found any treasure deposits.

Well, he did say he was responsible for some leads in Diwalwal. Using his L-rods, he identified one part of the property, where the team was, to have many gold. They were dumped there, he said. Could have been from some mining activity nearby. 

Treasure deposits? he mentioned many sites he have dowsed, some pending, some waiting to be retrieved, with photos in his cellphone for evidence. While he was doing supervisory work over the digging for the team, he was also attending to another site in IGACOS, so he claimed. 
Thank you everyone for sharing your valuable opinions and ideas. The digging was stopped because the team members fought on petty things which escalated to "war". The financier gave up. I don't have any idea of its current status. I left before their war because the other members did not take kindly to my frequent conversations with the dowser. I was trying to be logical about the scenario he was describing. Well, a previous scanning of the area revealed only mineral deposits. I forgot the name of the locator machine and the scanning equipment. The locator machine had a Made in Japan marking. But no, the team refused to accept this because there were too many paranormal events which happened.  I gathered from their questions that they were suspicious I was plotting with the diviner to run off with the loot. hehehehe.

The same dowser said there is a huge bunker in the land, about a hundred meters from that site, ground level. He told us that the bunker is connected to a tunnel where he divined  a hospital and an HQ. A creek is nearby and I learned that there used to be gold panning there years ago. Let me point out that the property, which is huge, has many rocks with symbols and signs. These are however found only in the area nearer the buildings of the farm. I have documented each and everyone of these stones, rocks and trees. According to the landowner, they have noticed these signs only recently.

According to local people, the area used to be a Japanese equipment depot. But I have no idea how to counter-check that. The same dowser showed  an area where a "reward" was retrieved years ago.

Any thoughts on these?

On the spirit level, the local people have plenty to say. When I stayed there I also did experience some. I will deal with this on another thread.
Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by justinkhu6 on July 18, 2014, 09:33:40 AM »
Maybe it is  solid, weighs 6 kgs at a height similar to a 1 liter paint sir TW.

If I pour some sulfuric acid to the item, what would happen to it if its a gold? if bronze?
Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by admin on July 18, 2014, 03:53:26 AM »
If it was gold it would be so heavy that you would need both hands to even lift that thing.
Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by Yojuyo on July 17, 2014, 11:01:08 PM »
Is it Solid or Hollow? If it is solid then its not gold.  Base on its proportion with the paint can.
Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by justinkhu6 on July 17, 2014, 10:39:24 PM »
Sir witboy, can you explain it to me sir how you come up to a conclusion that it (buddha) is not a gold? I definitely need your answer sir so that we can plan our next move...
Thank you.
Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by justinkhu6 on July 17, 2014, 10:33:36 PM »
I want to test it in our own before going to the pawnshop.

Yamashita's Treasure FOUND! / Re: Golden or Bronze Buddha?
« Last post by justinkhu6 on July 17, 2014, 10:30:58 PM »
When I rub the lower portion of the buddha to the rough surface of the tiles, the streak is golden yellow.

Is a sulfuric acid (the one being used on the battery) can be to test gold?
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