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    Check Water well Ops..

    Here i go again. These is the present situations now in my ops. The well are flooding of oils instead of water, It's been a 2 weeks ago, i broke something in the floor then the oils comes out. The smells are too bad hard to breath. I temporalily stop working at this moment due to a lot oils & some colored white chemicals looks like a paint that came out from the bottom of the well but i still pumping twice a day. Right now, I don't have any idea of how many barrels of oils inside the chamber i think!.... ANYBODY I need your best captions regarding the PRESENT situations in my ops.

    Thanks.. God Blessed.
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  2. #17
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    I live on Northern Mindanao. May i be of assistance?


    Quote Originally Posted by ekimsonlac View Post
    We found these Japanese Treasure Markers or symbols at the dried up bottom of a 35 foot water well lined up from top to bottom with coral rock blocks.

    Can anyone from the Philippines or elsewhere familiar with the Jap treasure signs tell what they mean. Please see attached pictures

    Thanks,
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    for solutions to the jesuit code -email pics to ;rangler8@gmail.no locations needed! oro bro!
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    no idea it could be any sized oil tank of hundreds of gallons..better not to let it flow on the ground because your well and your neighbors wells will be contaminated for ever....good luck,
    rangler
    P8 "Does not wisdom call, And understanding lift up her voice?

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    You may call me @09278856921.

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    Why are the marks presented as Japanese treasure marks?
    Has any Japanese treasure ever been found by 'marks'?
    Just askin'...........
    Don....

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    for solutions to the jesuit code -email pics to ;rangler8@gmail.no locations needed! oro bro!
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    yep
    P8 "Does not wisdom call, And understanding lift up her voice?

  7. #22

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    Cry MANMADE CEMENT SEA SHELL SPIRAL SIGN.

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    any idea of what is the meaning of this Spiral sign? Below the sign, there is a hard cement covered by a Coaltar or Asphalt & Very bad smell cause hardly to breadth & a burning sensation of the eyes (hot). Pls. contact me for more infos. 09278856921

  8. #23

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    any idea of what is the meaning of this Spiral sign? Below the sign, there is a hard cement covered by a Coaltar or Asphalt & Very bad smell cause hardly to breadth & a burning sensation of the eyes (hot). Pls. contact me for more infos. 09278856921 Click image for larger version. 

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    y0u are wasting ur time digging such very deep well..japanese was not hid there treasure at very deep location as they had no time to dig when time of war..accordingly,,those treasure that was hid very deep was located under tunnel or cave..that was the japanese told me..believe me and you have peace in mind..i'm from the philippines..

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangler View Post
    "Just keep on digging.. all the good signs are there. hearts meaning Treasure downside.... Good Luck...".

    WRONG WRONG WRONG...YOU ONLY HAVE HALF OF THE STORY..HEARTS WITH HOLES IN THEM OR HEARTS WITH C
    CRACKS OR BROKEN PARTS MEANS DEATH TRAP...SURE HOPE
    ekimsonlac


    IS SMART ENOUGH NOT TO TAKE YOUR ADVICE...YOU COULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS DEATH
    PLEASE DONT SPEAK ABOUT THINGS YOU DO NOT KNOW OF FOR SURE..VERY VERY IRESPONSIBLE!!!!!!





    In Greece we found hurts made on trees or rocks.i know when is just a hurt means place under the ground.When the hurts has arrows or are broken then means deadly trap.

  11. #26
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    "y0u are wasting ur time digging such very deep well..japanese was not hid there treasure at very deep location as they had no time to dig when time of war..accordingly,,those treasure that was hid very deep was located under tunnel or cave..that was the japanese told me..believe me and you have peace in mind..i'm from the philippines.."

    wacky you are totally wrong with this statement~!!!!
    only the the tinest bit of reseach on your part will reveal this to be very untrue
    ``

    the japanese sent a hundred thousand troops in civilian clothes 20years before ww2 to the philippines to dig gun placements and pits up to 800 feet deep..it amazes me that people use simple logic on complex problems then state it like it was true...
    get a grip and don't speak about that which you do not know for sure sir~!!!!!

    fact: the depths of pits can be determinded by how many troops were stationed in that area...a group of 500-1000 men can dig a pit with death traps, to 200-300 feet in depth,.,.,a group of 50 men usually to about 40 feet or about twice the water table deepth to insure the water trap would flood forever any pit digging..always always do your research before you make such erroneous statements sir..it is a big diservide to the treasure hunter community- think before you type nonsense~!!!
    oro for the correctly informed
    rangler
    Last edited by rangler; Oct 06, 2013 at 06:04 PM.
    P8 "Does not wisdom call, And understanding lift up her voice?

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    Let me see if I get this right. Your on a Island, and you are looking for treasure. You think the Japanese put treasure there? Help me to understand what treasure the Island held the Japanese could not take with them and had to be buried? Earth Quakes, typhoons and such, is there even any tunnels left to explore? Would it not make sense to get some good equipment to look deep so you dont dig?
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  13. #28
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    casca,
    the treasure of yamashita is real..read my threads on the subject...186 deep pits containing hundreds of tons of gold stolen by the japanese during what is now called the "rape of nanking" read sir read.it is all there for the reading...
    amazing story or all treasure stories..estimates of 186,000 tones of gold stolen from all of south asia and china..
    it was hidden in the philippines because our war ships were making sure japan was contained..they thought they would get the phils as conmpensation during the negotiations when the lost the war with america..ha they did not.but the pits were dug 20 years before the rape and befor pearl harbor..it makes a geat true adventure story and yes pinoys[filipinos] are finding the signs and marks that lead to these pits...i was in the RP some years ago to investigate a pit and am currently helping all I can with two digs as we speak.. i do admit it sounds crazy but I have researched this here and over there and can tell you I have seen the pics of 2kilo bars with markings to authenticate the bars
    oro for those in the know
    rangler
    ps most well off educated th'r are in the phils now and have been for years..me too once I get some free time...ha~!
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    "y0u are wasting ur time digging such very deep well..japanese was not hid there treasure at very deep location as they had no time to dig when time of war..accordingly,,those treasure that was hid very deep was located under tunnel or cave..that was the japanese told me..believe me and you have peace in mind..i'm from the philippines.."

    wacky you are totally wrong with this statement~!!!!
    only the the tinest bit of reseach on your part will reveal this to be very untrue
    ``

    the japanese sent a hundred thousand troops in civilian clothes 20years before ww2 to the philippines to dig gun placements and pits up to 800 feet deep..it amazes me that people use simple logic on complex problems then state it like it was true...
    get a grip and don't speak about that which you do not know for sure sir~!!!!!

    fact: the depths of pits can be determinded by how many troops were stationed in that area...a group of 500-1000 men can dig a pit with death traps, to 200-300 feet in depth,.,.,a group of 50 men usually to about 40 feet or about twice the water table deepth to insure the water trap would flood forever any pit digging..always always do your research before you make such erroneous statements sir..it is a big diservide to the treasure hunter community- think before you type nonsense~!!!
    oro for the correctly informed
    rangler


    I FULLY AGREE WITH RANGLER.

    I MYSELF WAS ABLE TO HIT A CEMENT VAULT AT 48 FEET. NOT ONLY ONCE. BUT TWICE. one was a sliding vault, similar to the sliding vault that you may have heard in Egyptian Treasures. The cement vault is somewhat placed in a balancer. any pressure or removal of the soil structures from above would cause the cement vault to transfer to another chamber. after 3 days of drilling, the cement vault did slide to another chamber. we transferred to another area with another vault. we drilled it until 45-48 feet. we encountered another cement vault. this time, we applied no pressure upon reaching 48 feet. we carefully removed the soil structures just enough that it will not slide. upon removing the soil materials from above, the cement vault tilted and inclined if there are two persons standing on the said vault, similar to what you have seen in national treasure part 1. when the land owner sent his two men and realized that we were not joking, greed set in and he ejected us from his area for various reasons.

    i agree with rangler. those pits were not dug overnight. those were carefully prepared 20-50 years in advance. as early as 1908, several japanese farm workers have already been employed here in davao city , philippines. those japanese workers turned out to be geologist, engineers, surveyors and high ranking officials during the war. it only supported the idea that they have already planned and surveyed each and every area in the pHIlippines. from the start of the war in 1940-1941 up to 1945, those pits and tunnels were almost complete so much so that what was left to be done was to hide the gold there and seal it. of course, this may not be true in some other areas because one of the filipino survivors happened to be the uncle of my friend. he professed that in one area in panabo, several thousands POWs were made to dig against their wills. some golds loaded in drums and trucks were transported there. those trucks can no longer be found departing the said area. that said uncle happened to be one of those trusted by the japanese to count the POW upon going to the said area and departing from the said area. he was one of those POW who knows how to speak english and was thus trusted to bridge between those Filipino POWs and to the Japanese. He was able to escape because the security upon his person was lax as he was very much trusted by the Japanese.

    I am only saying this because i want to disprove those who claimed that the Japanese treasures were hastily thrown and buried in the Philippines. the truth is it was not.

  15. #30
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    ne thing for sure this was no accident-that oil trap is a first..and only confirms that lots of goodies are buried down there..otherwise such unusual attempts at stopping you would not be there...and it shows, that a huge contingent of armed forces with machinery-because more than likely this was used oil from trucks,planes, tanks, ships ect and that they buried a huge underground steel tank like our 10,000 gallon gasoline tanks and set it up as the first oil trap- if you can afford, but a large tank and pump the oil out of the pit and into the tank, it m, ight have some value..good luck
    keep in touch
    rangler
    P8 "Does not wisdom call, And understanding lift up her voice?

 

 
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