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Treasure Marks, Signs and Symbols of the Yamashita Treasure / Re: Why in English?
« Last post by ZOBEX on June 02, 2021, 03:44:57 AM »
Sketch of a cloth that was found at 40ft. stuffed inside a bottle.

Why would they write it in the language of their enemy? I know some higher ranking officials were educated in Europe, but then why the poor spelling?
Also, Why is the measurement in feet? Japanese used the Metric system during these burials...

Keep in mind there were genuine code markers being pulled out before finding this cloth at 40ft, many of those markers were fashioned into skull designs, each unique in its design.

Could it be no Ginto but a mean trap instead at 50Ft?

We've got some ideas as to why but we'd like to know what others think too.. Could it perhaps be Koreans that were responsible for this?

The second 0 in 100 Was left open, as shown in the sketch, no accident there, some speculate this means it is much more than 100.

Best post a picture of the bottle and the map.

As for spelling, I have seen corrupted English used by many Filipions as even this week in my many emails to me.  But in English and with a Swastika is curious.  True many Japanese were trained in English and in non Metric measurements up until 1941 but come 1941 Japanese were forbid from speaking or writing in English and it was pure metric at that point.

Could it be Filipino allies of Japanese activities, possible but they would not be trusted to bury with code markers.  I do know and have partial copies of the Teresa #2 inventory list in had writing of the person cataloging as it went it on a daily basis.  It is in English as he was not pure Japanese.

I would be suspect this map being a trap and a decoy.

BTW have you notice that most of the internet search engines have scrubbed information about Japanese War Treasure from their results ?

Z

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Sketch of a cloth that was found at 40ft. stuffed inside a bottle.

Why would they write it in the language of their enemy? I know some higher ranking officials were educated in Europe, but then why the poor spelling?
Also, Why is the measurement in feet? Japanese used the Metric system during these burials...

Keep in mind there were genuine code markers being pulled out before finding this cloth at 40ft, many of those markers were fashioned into skull designs, each unique in its design.

Could it be no Ginto but a mean trap instead at 50Ft?

We've got some ideas as to why but we'd like to know what others think too.. Could it perhaps be Koreans that were responsible for this?

The second 0 in 100 Was left open, as shown in the sketch, no accident there, some speculate this means it is much more than 100.



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There treasure in that spot for sure. Numerous instruments confirmed it. The quality of the signs and placement of everything was certainly by design. Anyone would have been just as convinced. But with it being in a populated area and on a small residential lot, there was only so much space for excavated material. And too many prying eyes/wagging tongues to make a thing of moving the dirt elsewhere. My next door neighbor had already been on to me. 67 FT was my absolute maximum depth without the danger of nearby piles landsliding down on top of me. It was a truly unfortunate thing...
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guess the British Brainwashing Corp. don't want you to see it TW.
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Hope you were finding some pretty serious evidence to go down to that depth and undergo such physical strain.

Every Th i've met here over the years has their story to tell, and are all broken in their own ways. broken but beautiful in a strange sense. Kind of like the broken plates in Japan that they like to fix with Gold to make them even more special than the unbroken plates which never faced 'adversity' so to speak.

ACV is incredible for sure.

Good to see more posts here that are relating to Treasure Hunting, and not the insanity plaguing our world.
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Zobex, I appreciate it but honestly I don't really want to think about it that much. I'm going with topical applications of Apple Cider Vinegar and improving my diet. Apple Cider Vinegar is friggn amazing by the way. All those warts I mentioned before dried up and fell off within a week's time by soaking cotton balls in ACV and taping them over each wart over night. They literally turn to scabs and fall right off, never to return. To my surprise there have been many people having the same success with skin cancer. Of the doctor dont tell you this stuff. That would rather slice open your face and scar you for life. ACV seems to cause a powerful localized immune response allowing your own body to do the work. If you have any warts just try it... based on my own experience I can guarantee 100% success against warts.

https://www.earthclinic.com/mobile/bcc/apple-cider-vinegar.html
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Skin cancer can be from a number of contributing factors and yes working in the PH is hard on foreigners.

I am dealing with, liver failure but still working.  Lung cancer, mostly fixed.  Many skin cancers, removed and some still here.  Systemic cancer in the lymph system.  Bell's Palsy which is in fact a viral infection of the nerve sheaths.  Had a massive heart attack that took most of a year to recover from.  On the good side, one bullet hole and two years ago was bit by a cobra.

Send me a PM and I will show you how to deal with the cancer, few doctors know how to really fix it.  Buck up and laugh at it ! !  You could be me.

I've been technical help on some dig there, who and where not important.  But to say, this year two of them dropped dead from poison gas when breaking through a bulkhead.  One survived but is permanently damaged lungs.

TH is seriously dangerous business but once in your blood near impossible to walk away from.

Z

 
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Wow.. that's really bad. Sad to hear about that and thanks for sharing. I remember going deep inside a hole there were digging in Manila and at about the 50 feet depth there was water pouring in everywhere (the total depth they had dug was around 80 feet at that time). That means we all were drenched down at the bottom. Lucky for me I only went down to the bottom once and didn't stay over 20 down there. Super dangerous also!

Thanks for sharing.
TW
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Any hardcore diggers out there should check their skin for little flesh colored bumps or anything abnormal. I am in my 30s and never did like being in the sun. This is definitely a result of the ground water.
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I have skin cancer under my right eye from contaminated water than was always pouring all over me as I dug down to a depth of 67 ft over the course of two years. During that time I also had to fight off an antibiotic resistant staph infection that left scars all over my body. And after having to remove warts that formed all over the back of my neck and shoulders. Anyway... Im the moron that did it and dont suspect anyone else is dumb enough to do the same thing. I just wanted to give this as a warning. Dont dig deep holes in populated areas if you're going solo and its going to take a while. I wouldnt recommend digging deep holes in populated areas at all, after everything I've experienced. Just my advice and I realize how much its worth.
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