This website will serve for those who have Authentic Japanese Treasure Map in their hand but unfortunately they unable to decipher the meaning of treasure signs and code. We also interpret codes and sign found in treasure site. But it's not for FREE.


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Sunday, September 6, 2015


Marami ng page and group na nagsilitawan sa Facebook na patungkol sa Treasure Hunting, may ilang websites at blogs din ang tumatalakay sa paghahanap ng mga natagong kayamanan ng mga hapon. Nakakalungkot lang dahil sa kabila ng pagsisikap ng bawat isang hunter ay madalas pagkabigo lang ang nararanasan, ang kayamanang hinahanap ay hindi matagpuan. Ano ang kadahilanan?

Sa akin pong pag-oobserba merong ilang tao na nagmamarunong o na nagdudunong-dunungan ang resulta kapaguran at gastos ang nangyari sa mga taong umaasa. Mga taong nagbibigay kahulugan sa mga batong nagkurteng hayop raw, mga batong nagbitak o bitak bitak at sasabihing mga sign iyon.
Iinterpret sa hindi mo malamang kadahilanan, dahil ba gusto lang sabihin na marunong ka? Ang resulta kapag naniwala ang napagsabihan eh di hukay doon, hukay dito kaya dumami ang miyembro ng mga HOKKAIDO.

Tandaan po na ang mga sign ng gawa ng hapon ay sa batong buhay nakaukit, ang pakaguhit nito ay halos kasing laki lang ng isang stick ng sigarilyo o ballpen, at ang tagiliran ng hinliliit na daliri at maidadalayday dito.  Ang mga kahulugan naman ng mga sign na nailabas o nakapublish ay mga basic meaning lamang, mas mabibigyan ito ng tamang kahulugan ng mga taong may sapat na kaalaman ukol dito.

Mag-ingat, huwag basta maniwala sa mga taong tila mga nagmamagaling at hindi naman marunong, baka maipahamak pa kayo ng mga ito.


Thursday, November 14, 2013


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Monday, December 14, 2009

Wednesday, November 19, 2008


There are various basis to be considered if the TREASURE SITE if positive or not. Here are tips for to our fellow Treasure Hunters:

- The site is positive if it is supported with Authentic Japanese Treasure Map.
- There are positive sign in the area.
- The site is in proper orientation or scale.
- The site was pin pointed by trusted living pointers.

In our group we have 2 members skilled in reading Japanese Treasure Map, they know the proper formula of how to compute the degree indicated in the MAP. Also, they able to identify the site if positive or not using the knowledge they learned from trustee of Japanese Official Col. H. They will identified it thru degree of the sun, site orientation, river sign, treasure codes & sign.

Dont trust heresay, and specially dont TRUST M E D I U M S.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008


We encounter this fake Gold Sumatra Gold Bars during our exploration to Capalonga Camarines Norte, it shown to us by one of our known person Mrs. G.M.

Please be aware for your transactions, you might be encounter those person bringing this FAKE GOLD BARS.

Friday, August 1, 2008

KATANA - Lt. Onoda

A symbol of being a member of an Ancient Japanese Warrior Caste. A isdearm issued to officers of the Imperial Forces of Japan.

This KATANA was collected during an encounter of a Filipino Guerilla unit with a Japanese Patrol Army in Brgy. Labnig, Paracale, Camarines Norte way back 1942. The owner identified as LT. ONODA and was traced through the serial number of the sword.

Francisco "Turko" Boayes, a Bicolano World War II hero and leader of famous "VinzonsCommand" of Camarines Norte was the eldest son of Ishmael Ayyash, a Syrian national of Jewish ancestry, who came to the Philippines with his two businessmen counsins surnamed Abraham and Bichara. His Filipino mother was a Spanish mestiza named Agapita Jimenez Dames of Daet.

When his father died, he lived a hard life doing odd jobs and helped support his sisters with their material needs. He worked as a baggage boy in the market, thus developing physical strength, stamina and endurance which later on proved to be his great personal asset.

"Turko", as he was fondly called, was with the late Gov. Wencesclao Q. Vinzons as an aide, chaffeur and bodyguard, when the first shot was fired against the Japanese Imperial Occupation forces in Camarines Norte from December 19, 1941 to July 8, 1942. The Japanes invasion of Luzon was in full swing when Lt. Vinzons assisted by his personal aide Sgt. Boayes raided enemy garrisons from January to July of 1942.

When Lt. Vinzons was captured and executed by the Japanese on July 8, 1942 in his camp in Tulay Na Lupa. "Turko" reorganized the guerilla unit and palced it under his command. Most celebrated example his bravery was a guerilla surprise attack to set free 30 Americans and Filipino prisoners of war who were about to executed in the town of Naga. From regimental commander, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel.

Finally, on June 13, 1968, in a ceremony camp Aguinaldo he was awarded the Gold Medal - the highest award to a war Veteran of World War II, which was personally conferred by then Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos, the crowning glory of his bravery and official recognition of his heroism.


This memorial was built by the people of Basud, Camarines Norte to signify the gallant stand of the guerilla forces in Camarines Norte during the World War II. The battle that happened in Laniton, Basud on December 18, 1941 was the first encounter between the Filipino guerilla and Japanese Imperial Forces where the Japanese were repelled in a skirmish that ensued. The artwork in the memorial emblazons the edifying vistory of the Filipino guerillas in Camarines Norte.

Camarines Norte Archeological Treasure

In 1982, a team from the Archeology Division of the National Museum went to Aguit-it to conduct archeological investigation of reported burial sites. Exploration and controlled diggings led to the recovery of human bones, teeth, pottery, metal objects, glass beads and stone anvils.
The earthware vessels or pots and jars found can be divided into whole pieces and sherds. Analysis showed that they were well made because of the complex designs and forms as well as the fine texture of the jars and pots. The pots can also be divided into secondary burial jars or containers for PABAON.
The earthware vessels or pots and jars found can be divided into whole pieces and sherds. Analysis showed that they were well made because of the complex designs and forms as well as the fine texture of the jars and pots. The pots can also be divided into secondary burial jars or containers for PABAON.
Iron objects were also found in the site. These were already corroded but the form can still be seen. there were knives and bolo as well as chisel.
Glass beads of different colors were also found. There were blue, red and yellow beads. Stone anvils were also recovered.
The iron objects, glass beads, stone anvils and some of the pots were found together with the human bones and teeth. These were placed with the dead person as a PABAON to the dead person so he has something to bring with him in his journey to the afterlife.
An analysis was conducted on these associated materials and were found to belong to the LATE METAL AGE, CA 500 AD - 800 AD. This shows that the Aguit-it burial sites are PREHISTORIC.

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