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i see. ok... one question why they coated by cement? its about 1 meter long, 1/2 meter by japanese...  also its was found at the top of the mountain about 4-5 kms. not on flat land...
General Yamashita's Treasure Questions & Info / Re: Cement softener?
« Last post by yokers on March 23, 2015, 08:55:36 PM »
Hi Mariand,

Don't rely to anybody just try it yourself if you want...
Locally, almaciga is employed as incense in religious ceremonies and for torches, to start fires, for caulking boats, and as smudge for mosquitoes. It is exported in considerable quantities, chiefly for use in the manufacture of high-grade varnish, but also for other processes, such as making patent leather and sealing wax. Almaciga is suitable for the manufacture of cheap soaps and paper sizing. In Malaya, the resin is used as a liniment. The sap is used as himughat (medicine against bughat, a condition in which a patient falls back to illness after apparent recovery).
its coated by cement for a decade....  what was Almaciga used during world war 2?..
looks like a dark amber to me which came from tree resin or locally similar to the Almaciga.
We found 200 kls. (still in cement), can you help me to identify what is this? how much per gram? also we are looking for buyers..


Treasure Marks, Signs and Symbols of the Yamashita Treasure / turtle head?
« Last post by nonoy on March 21, 2015, 05:16:09 PM »
is this stone or rock look like a giant turtle head?
General Chat about WWII LOOT / Re: documentary of golden lilly
« Last post by admin on March 20, 2015, 01:40:22 AM »
seen the documentary as if everything was hunting was just a myth all the way as some american treasure hunter said so after spending almost a million dollar here in the philippines and if ever there seems to be true it is a scam. i also learned an american in davao spent some millions of peso and high tech gadget yet found none. it seems it eluded from most treasure hunter if indeed it is true, but will stay as myth as the story goes on. just my 2 cents. 

The documentary does prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that the Japanese looted Asia and that some treasure has been found in the Philippines. It also shows that many Foreign and Local treasure hunters have lost lots of money searching for treasure in the Philippines. So, that all being said - they basically leave it up the each individual whether to believe in the treasure stories or not.

Do I believe there's WWII treasure buried in the Philippines? Absolutely! But, I'm not sure about all those Golden Lily sites. Especially the one's that are supposed to be 300+ feet deep. I do also believe there's some Japanese war ships that were scuttled with treasure on board when the war was coming to a close (late 1944 throughout 1945).

Just my two cents..  ;)
SEA Finds / Re: nails covered with some material n bullet
« Last post by admin on March 20, 2015, 01:31:32 AM »
 :D Yes, of course it was from WWII. I'm sure if you look hard enough you will find many more around there somewhere. Good luck!
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