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Hey, regarding ato imo prev post TS abwt Biliran.
I was told by a reliable source nga nakuha naman diay to sa Naval Central school.
Geanha naman sad diay na ug hapon kato dapat sa naay pangpang, naa daw nahulbot nga taas na sumthn.
Naa daw until now cge haus to haus mga foreign pastors, unya magcge daw ask ug old photos mga WWII gyud kuno nga pix ila gekainteresan tan-awn dn if they found one ask daw if buhi pa ang naa sa photo.
Hmmnnn...I told my friend to warn his folks not to disclose any family info better yet not to entertain any strangers.
He just went home recently and nahibung daw sya kay there is an increasing number of tourist Westerners and Japanese.
Naa jud kuno to kadungan niya nag sa bus, gusto gyud kuno dayun magpahatud sa site nga apil sa imo namention bisan kaadlawn kunong daku and he's willing to pay any amount for anyone who can bring him to his destination.
BTW, TS sa kato imo listahan naa daw wa maapil nimo ug mention which is mao daw gyud to ang pinakacore sa tanan.
Ikaw na lang research, huh.
Iya daw mga cuz kay nakakawt sauna kay saons manggimaw raman kuno sa may basakan.
Maski daw itom kay gehumol man kuno sa alkitran pero nakumpirma gyud nila, ang gebuhat daw sa ila cuz getagudtagod unya geatado sa iya ginikanan kanya2 despatsa, tanan daw nabulahan.
BTW, kana daw mga posers nga turista kay eneskortan ug Pinoy,mga babaye gani daw kasagaran maoy monegotiate sa mga local, unya magtent kuno dayon maski kilid sa pangpang.
Last edited by miramax; 12-20-2012 at 02:47 PM.
careful tawn mo ani. daghan kaayo klase sa pangilad involving treasure hunting.
naay gitawg og Boy Hapon. He pretends to be knowledgeable about japanese gold and treasures but he is just another scam artist. he rents detectors and other machines. he also plants markers on site to encourage would be investors and financiers for the treasure hunt.. Again this is just a scam.
As they all say..if you are not that greedy you will never be a victim of any scam.
So don't be greedy. So you wont be scammed. Just a friendly advice.
Last edited by jessieventura; 03-17-2013 at 11:22 PM.
1941-1945: The Philippine Occupation
As World War II raged on throughout Europe and Asia, the treasures amassed by Japan were so vast that they required a place to be stored off the Japanese mainland. Beginning in December of 1941, and immediately following the invasion of Pearl Harbor, the Japanese began a full-scale occupation of the Philippines. The forces of General Douglas Macarthur, supreme commander of the U.S. armed forces of the Far East, were driven out of the country. In January of 1942 Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, was occupied, and then-President Quezon fled the country. The Japanese invasion forces were ruthless in their invasion of the islands, but oddly enough they spared the city of Manila from decimation.
Over the course of the next four years, the Japanese began to secretly transport the hordes of wealth captured from China and the rest of Asia to the Philippines. The idea was that once the war effort was complete, the treasure would be moved back to Japan, to the capital city of Tokyo. However, as the war progressed and the tide of battle began to turn, General Yamashita realized that the effort was lost.
In the summer of 1945, the Japanese military began a massive undertaking to cover the entrances of the many underground caves and tunnels that they had built throughout the Philippines to store the treasure. This was done by detonating dynamite at the entrances of the caves and tunnels. It was decided at the time by the most senior officials of the Japanese military as well as the government that knowledge of the treasure sites should remain with only a small number of ruling elites. Thus, the thousands of civilians, prisoners of war, and even a select number of Japanese soldiers that were used to create the tunnels, caves, and mineshafts would be buried inside along with the treasure. Many were gunned down on the spot and their bodies buried in the tunnels. All told, it is estimated that as many as 175 vast networks of tunnels were created and then sealed over, each one containing vast sums of gold, silver, and ancient treasure that accounted for the majority of the treasures accumulated by China and other nations over thousands of years of trade along the Silk Road.
hasola uy wala gud lamang ni post pictures ug sample yamashita treasure
ana sila bah mao daw gihimoan ug tunnel ilawom sa plaza independencia kai naa daw ddto yamashita treasure. tinood kaha to?