Those of us interested in the subject have heard many stories and rumors of the fabulous treasures hidden in the jungles and mountains in the Philippines. In fact an original THEI correspondent and personal friend of mine, a treasure hunter well know in my neck of the woods moved to the Philippines over 20 years ago to search for treasure with his Filipina wife’s family. His nickname is, of course, Lucky. Although it’s been 15 years since I had any correspondence with him I’d bet he’s still pursuing his quest. . . . your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
Featured Image: A stack of gold bars stored at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Treasury Department recently completed an audit of its gold there. Federal Reserve SOURCE Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y.
Yamashita’s Philippines ~ Story Of Roger Roxas
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Yamashita Gold Bars Finally Found 2017
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Yamashita Treasure in the Philippines found by locals but it was implanted with miniature bombs.
Yamashita Philippines – Gold Bars Discovered Inside The Cave
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Lucky, wherever you are in the wilds of all of those Islands don’t give up your dream! There is suppose to be lots more out there . . . Dennis
Featured Image: Originally destined for a museum before fate intervened: eight Delahayes, nine Talbot Lagos (three with Saoutchik bodies), four Ferraris (including a 250 GT California Spider once owned by a movie star), three Panhard-Levassors, three Lorraine Dietrichs, three Panhard-Levassors, two Delages, plus a Bugatti T57 Ventoux, Hispano Suiza H6B, Maserati A6G Gran Sport Frua, Lagonda LG45 cabriolet, Porsche 356 SC … sixty cars in all Source:GizmagImage Gallery(49 images). (Fair Use).
For the past 25 years, Ra Paulette has been carving out man-made caves from the sandstone hills of New Mexico, and then sculpting these spaces into works of art he calls wilderness shrines. Lee Cowan has the story of an artist who does his best work underground.
Nov. 26, 2013 — The Robot Safari in London Science Museum will see the world premiere of the underwater robot U-CAT, a highly maneuverable robot turtle, designed to penetrate shipwrecks.
U-CAT’s locomotion principle is similar to sea turtles. Independently driven four flippers make the robot highly maneuverable; it can swim forward and backward, up and down and turn on spot in all directions. . . Read Complete Report
People think that money is safe in the big banks because the FDIC will protect the deposits. This assumption is not based on the facts. This video will show official government documents that describe the plans for confiscating deposits when, (not if) a big bank fails. Individual, as well as public funds from municipal, university, county deposits are at serious risk. YOUR taxpayer money will disappear in the next crisis! Public officials in charge of taxpayer funds need to be aware of the dangers here. The loss of taxpayer funds and the inability to meet payrolls and obligations will certainly prompt a response that will both immediate and forceful.
This video may be useful to present to public officials to inform them of the dangers of losing public funds under their care.
Featured Image:A maritime archaeologist working with LAMP (Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program) documenting a large bronze ship’s bell from the late 18th century “Storm Wreck,” a colonial sailing vessel that was lost offshore St. Augustine, Florida. CREDIT: Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative CommonsAttribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license).
Diving shipwrecks can be dangerous work. As their name implies, these deep sea curiosities are underwater disaster zones that could trap an unwary diver. Robotic vehicles can help, but most are too big to explore the nooks and crannies and others get their power via a tether to the mothership and that limits their reach. . . Read Complete Report
Unnao gold hunt leads to digging for precious metal elsewhere
LUCKNOW: The Unnao gold hunt has led to illegal digging at forts and temples rumoured to have hidden treasures in Uttar Pradesh.
Shobhan Sarkar, the seer who had “dreamt” about 1,000 tonne gold buried under Unnao’s Daundia Khera fort, had said the precious metal was hidden in Fatehpur’s Adampur area as well. . . . Read Complete Report
Dennis doesn't like to brag much, but his book, The Secrets of Dellschau, is outstanding! I can't recommend it enough to those interested in airships, code breaking, secret societies, or outside artists. Yes, all those topics are part of The Secrets of Dellschau