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  1. #1486

    Sep 2006
    25

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Boylara,

    Re: Hauling of goods in the mountains Dinapigue, Isabela. It will not affect the prices of gold one bit because I heard from the grapevine that the goods will never be sold here commercially or in abroad (for the time being?) because its mission is to finally complete its journey of reaching the mother land as intended in February of 1944. Accordingly, the cruiser ship where it was supposed to be loaded was destroyed in the Battle of manila bay. It was an old soldier's final mission, and his glory. I was so moved in seeing the frailing old 80+ former soldier walking along the shore. When we learned the reasons for the hauling, we were so moved that we kept quiet about the matter for almost 2 weeks. That's Patriotism for the old soldier no matter they were our former enemy.

    Dindo B.

  2. #1487
    If you manage to return alive - You have not failed .

    Jun 2006
    193

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Quote Originally Posted by c
    Boylara,

    Re: Hauling of goods in the mountains Dinapigue, Isabela. It will not affect the prices of gold one bit because I heard from the grapevine that the goods will never be sold here commercially or in abroad (for the time being?) because its mission is to finally complete its journey of reaching the mother land as intended in February of 1944. Accordingly, the cruiser ship where it was supposed to be loaded was destroyed in the Battle of manila bay. It was an old soldier's final mission, and his glory. I was so moved in seeing the frailing old 80+ former soldier walking along the shore. When we learned the reasons for the hauling, we were so moved that we kept quiet about the matter for almost 2 weeks. That's Patriotism for the old soldier no matter they were our former enemy.

    Dindo B.
    dindo_bayaua I have known two Old **** in the islands who were responsible for the burying of treasure. One even was at the my wedding on Mindanao. One killed by the Government in 2001 and the other shot by Muslims in 2004 during a joint treasure recovery. BOTH had been responsible for great death of the Philippine people. Slave labor was used to dig and bury the treasure and all slave labor was murdered when the job was done. When you are digging and come into a mass grave of 10-40 dismembered and mutilated Filipino bodies and in one case we found 5 American solders chopped up as slave labor.

    So while I in a fashion respected them as a capable fighter and in these cases were even friends. That gold they are taking away was prior acquired by them in the rape and murder of thousand of other people. Now they come to take it away for their own pleasure.

    In some cases they are digging up the bones of the 60 year old dead Filipinos and tossing the bones in the mud so they can get at that treasure.

    Zobex

    The Truth Is Out There .

  3. #1488

    Jul 2004
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    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE


    Urban Prospector,

    In a "typical treasure hunting operation"...you should have a good 4X4 vehicle (range rover)...speed zodiac boat....hi-tech eqp't...and etc...
    However, in Philippine settings...you can't easily use these kind of logistics, to avoid detection and monitoring of local populace...meaning you have to BLEND the local populace.

    Just imagine if a group of 8 men (treasure hunters)...descending from a Range rover/Speed boat...carrying hi-tech eqp't or backpacks....in a remote town area....

    What do you think would happen?
    1) In a few minutes...a town Chieftain, will automatically approach and investigate these strangers (treasure hunters) and ask what they are doing in their remote town....
    2) The neighbors or curiosity seekers will surely sorrounded and monitor your team round the clock... and as usual ask why we are there?...If they monitor you, how the heck you can go to your treasure sites...
    Remember...in a remote area...there are lots of people that would give you headaches... bystanders/curiosity seekers, local authorities, rebels, bandits...and that is their territory...not ours...
    And getting these much attention from these people...IS A BIG NO NO IN COVERT/SECRET TREASURE HUNTING OPERATION...

    And the best way...to infiltrate remote treasure areas....blend and act like the local populace..
    How we did it, infiltrating their treasure areas w/o being monitored...thru these years?...SECRET and diskarte lang yan...

  4. #1489
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Please help me with your opinion on the following that are in an area which according to what was related to me by someone living in that area, it used to be occupied by the Japanese soldiers during the war:
    1) 3 mango trees in triangle formation; pointing to south direction; d base is 11' apart; from pointer to base is about 13'
    2) around 50' to the west of no. 1 are broken stones with shapes such as "V", "X", and "shell of a turtle on top of a big stone (this stone with carved shell of a turtle is about 1.5 feet diameter)
    3) about 160' down the slope from no.2 were burried standing(shallow only) 8pieces steels forming a "J". these steels look like a shield of a top gunner of a military tank.
    if you are standing at no. 3 and look to no. 2 & 1, you are facing east. please note that 1, 2, & 3 are in a line.

    if you want to see pictures, i can email it to you.

    thanks!

    ding

  5. #1490
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    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR


    Please post the pictures here on TreasureNet for everybody to enjoy!

    Also, in future references to the Japanese, please do not use the slang "Jap" to describe the Japanese and/or Japan. They see it as an insult (as noted on all of their forum boards)
    Welcome Ding
    it's good to have you with us.


    This is correct. I know it takes longer to spell out Japanese,
    but we don't want to offend anyone here.

  6. #1491
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Please accept my deepest apology to anyone I may have offended because of my wrong choice of words. I have no intention to malign or insult any person whoever he is. I am just used to using short cuts whenever I am in a hurry to write a short message. Ikebana and to everybody, I promise I will not do that again. I personally do not sympathize with people keeping within themselves hatred against anyone. Anyway, I am always open to criticisms; that way, I know I will learn.

    I have attempted many times to post pictures of our site here but the size is beyond what is allowable. I will try to look on how I can reduce it. I am still learning how to edit a picture.

    Thank you very much Jeff for welcoming me here!





  7. #1492
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    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Quote Originally Posted by ding
    Please accept my deepest apology to anyone I may have offended because of my wrong choice of words. I have no intention to malign or insult any person whoever he is. I am just used to using short cuts whenever I am in a hurry to write a short message. Ikebana and to everybody, I promise I will not do that again. I personally do not sympathize with people keeping within themselves hatred against anyone. Anyway, I am always open to criticisms; that way, I know I will learn.

    I have attempted many times to post pictures of our site here but the size is beyond what is allowable. I will try to look on how I can reduce it. I am still learning how to edit a picture.

    Thank you very much Jeff for welcoming me here!




    ding, I am so used to it,
    if SWR hadn't mentioned it, I wouldn't have caught it either.

    But I do remember someone being offended in the past.

    I'm sure someone will use it again at some point,
    I'm not really sure myself why it's offensive,
    But apparently it is.

    JEFF

  8. #1493
    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
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    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    [=Ikebana

    I am new and have studied your web site much. Why is it the people who have made the most benefit from the Japanese nation that is vindictive and hate full for their prosperity. The Japanese people have always been the most advanced nation. When others were gathered into the nation they only rebel and be disruptive.
    Those only make bad trouble and yet we are always proud nation.
    I am very offended when you make lies and false name about the Japanese nation and your lies of Philippine part in it's history.
    *****************

    IHIO Ikebana I have a full blooded Japanese adopted sister Mitsuki Nakamura Curry. I had a gentleman "Tani" that was a Col in the Japanese intelligence before the war that was a close family friend.

    I was at the receiving end of the Japanese co-prosperity Sphere program starting with Guadalcanal, Aug 11, 1942, and ended up with two holes after 4 years in the Pacific. I spent time at Yokosuko after the war, then went to pre communist China.

    I have personally seen some of the results of the Japanese programs in the Pacific and certainly did in the Philippines at Mactan Cebu and China . They were NOT nice.

    I am curious, what lies have been presented about the Japanese in here? What history books have you read from outside of Japan?

    Actually this is not the place to speak of this, but I must ask you to relax, nothing in here is personally directed at you.

    As for the wording "Jap", I have heard far worse in Japan referring to the Americans. but if it offends you personally I agree, no such word should be used. Personally I consider the Japanese as my neighbors and have some great friends, sides Japanese gals are cute.

    Don Jose de La Mancha


    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  9. #1494
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Here are some pictures I of things we saw in our site:
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  10. #1495
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Here is another view of the same stone
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  11. #1496
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    The same stone with another one infront of it
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  12. #1497
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Here is another stone. Take a look at what is shape on top of it.
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  13. #1498
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Another view of the first stone
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  14. #1499
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    Could those stones be signs of something worth exploring? I am wondering why are they in one place and that they are on a surface, not buried.

  15. #1500
    ding

    Re: 2005 EXPEDITION: YAMASH-I-T-A ( Japanese) TREASURE

    The other pictures of same site I mentioned:
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