Saturday, July 13, 2013

The Roger Roxas Story (Part ll)

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

How Treasure Found With Right Instrument

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Video of Telegraph.co.uk on Youtube
 
 
Treasure can be located and excavated by the help of the right instrument. Buried treasure does not exceed more than three(3) meters deep on a flat surface ground. Seldom treasure can be found deeper than like five(5) meters deep. It is a matter of frustration when treasure hunters dig very deep that results to nothing. It is very risky to diggers that is doing the job. Digging very deep is not treasure hunting, it is illegal mining causing danger to workers involve in digging without the proper equipments.
 
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The Jersey treasure found by an amateur treasure hunter proves that treasure buried on land were not very deep enough to be found.
 
 

Monday, June 10, 2013

Danger Signs To Treasure Hunters (Yamashita Treasure) Part Il

Video from Bill Smith YouTube Channel 
Yamashita's Missing Golden Buddha
 

The second portion of the Yamashita Treasure Danger Signs. As already mentioned the Philippines possessing plenty of precious metals yet to be discovered by miners thru mining. The most common precious metal is gold and mining is the only way to discover the metals buried under the ground. Going back to the early day Filipinos already mining gold. From Philippine history native Filipinos sold an island to another a Muslim sultan for one “Sadok” of precious metal believed to be gold. Then came the Spanish to Christianized the natives and at the same colonized the whole archipelago. During the reigned of the Spaniards they  had developed the skills of Filipino natives in the mining of gold. That was the time when the western colonizer discovered that Philippines had plenty of gold deposits. Certain places can be mined without much efforts. Gold placers and nuggets abound along river banks and among mountains cliffs without much deep diggings. The mined metals were then made into wares and mixed in making big church bells. Large portion of gold then made into gold coins and transported to Spain via the so-called Manila-Acapulco trade route. Plenty of those sailing ship met harsh weather while sailing along Philippine coast and had shipwrecked due to storm. Others sunk in the midst of the Pacific Ocean while underway meeting typhoons.

Switching back in history plenty of Spaniards never returned to Spain most of them were church workers . Some connived with the native and lived marrying them as they like. Those Filipino-Spanish made themselves rich by discovering more gold. Then came the Americans and they  were (Spaniards)driven back to Spain. But, before hand the American takeover Filipino-Spanish buried their riches underneath the ground mostly in an unmarked locations. (Filipino Treasure hunters discovering gold coins way back the Spanish era).  Mistakenly doing the treasure hunting in wrong manner. The buried riches composed of jewelleries, expensive wares made from gold, coins and gold bars were not buried deeply beyond 3 meters below the ground. The receptacle or the container they used mostly made from clay pots, or by those expensive Chinese pots and China wares or jars. Diggers found nothing when getting too deep; also diggers using only hearsay or presumption without using metal detectors just are wasting their effort. It would be too dangerous for the treasure workers without proper preparation. Plenty were buried alive when they come into very deep hole. Some died due to the short supply of oxygen. Anyone should not be inside into confined spaces without breathing apparatus to support oxygen among treasure hunters.
 
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Saturday, May 18, 2013

Danger Signs To Treasure Hunters (Yamashita Treasure) Part I.


These were the compilation of drawings intended to caution all Treasure Hunters. Mostly guides marks to those Japanese Treasures hide or buried in the Philippines by Japanese Imperial Soldiers during World War II.

Diagrams or drawings reproduced by Filipino Treasure Hunters. These drawings copied from original text discovered from earlier findings from part of Yamashita Treasure found from a cave somewhere in the Philippines (no actual location mentioned to maintain secrecy of the hunters and the place involve). Hereunder, the reproduction of Danger Signs when discovering Yamashita Treasure.

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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Philippine Government Ignored 131 Mine Applicants

Companies who do not have community consent:
Davao City---The Philippine government has rejected at least 131 mine applications since November this 2011 mainly because of the applicant's inability to acquire prior consent from communities where the mining operations will be located, according to mining officer.


        Among the rejected applications were those for mineral production sharing agreements, exploration permits and financial technical assistance agreements, Wilfredo Moncado said, acting chief of Mines and Geosciences Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Mr. Moncado did not identify the companies whose applications were rejected or the specific areas where they want to conduct mining. However the main reason for application rejection was the failure of applicants to secure the consent of indigenous communities where they planned to conduct mining operation.

        Consent from the indigenous communities should come in the form of certifications from the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples, the government body overseeing concerns of indigenous communities. The rejected mining applicants also failure to to secure proof of consultation with local government units that had jurisdiction over the areas where they wanted to mine, Moncado added. Failure of the applicantsto comply with any of the requirements shall be ground for the denial of the mining permit based on the order given by Environment Secretary Ramon Paje, Moncado told the reporters.

        Of the 131 mining applications, Moncado said only 73 filed for Motion for Reconsideration (MR). For those who did not file an MR, their applications will automatically be removed from the lists. Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) Southern Mindanao has forwarded to the MGB Central office some 27 mining applications for approval. Most of the 27 applicants--involving local mining investors--have practically complied with all the necessary requirements. Moncado said the 27 mining applications were for areas in Compostela Valley province.
        The provincial government of Compostela Valley last month said it was working with the DENR to relocate families living in the danger zones in the gold rush area of Mount Diwalwal in Monkayo town. Compostela Valley lawmaker Rep. Maricar Zamora-Apsay said families living in danger zones in the gold rush area are exposed to disasters associated with small-scale mining, example landslides.

        DENR agreed to the relocation plan, alloting an initial of 100 million PHP ($2.27million) to move families   away from high-risk areas and other related projects by the Compostela Valley government, Apsay said. The legislator said relocating families, however, was just a short-term solution to the lack of safe mining practices in Mount Diwalwal.    From PDI Mindanao.