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Gold searchers in Greece buy equipment and start treasure hunting, gold coin hunting and generally gold hunting. They buy metal and gold detectors, divining machines, ground penetrating radar, pulsed and geophysical radar, thermal cameras, magnetometers, seismographic equipment, long range locators, patents on gold research, gold tracking and discrimination devices, gold discrimination machinery, gold tracking and discrimination machinery, long range machinery for research in land, air, sea, and use them in their research. Gold or treasure searchers begin to investigate the information they have on gold coins or lost treasures left by war or pirates. The truth is that during the World War II, the British offered millions of gold coins to rebels for their needs. These gold coins were usually thrown by airplanes in wooden boxes in aluminum kegs or iron boxes. Respectively, in the same way, they used to throw weapons in wooden or iron boxes, e.g. boxes with gold coins, weapons, grenades, mines, bullets, clothing, drugs etc.

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In the boxes with weapons internally there was grease for maintenance reasons. In the boxes with gold coins there was wax for maintenance reasons. After the drop the boxes were gathered at the local headquarters of the rebel region, some were sent in other areas, and others remained there hidden. The concealment of gold coins was usually done in shelters, the shelters were supported with timbers and on the roof, for insulation, there was usually metal sheet, tar paper and rubber. Some of these boxes, which were hidden either by the rebels as a group or by individual rebels, still remain hidden. Rebels as groups used to hide these boxes in their shelters. Rebels as individuals used to hide boxes to shrines, caves, trees, churches, stockyards, wells, springs, fountains, etc. When the hiding was done in a shelter, there was usually a map with signs and codes, which needs decoding so that anyone can locate the shelter. For individual hidings the rebels did not usually make a map with signs. Maps with signs are on trees, rocks, old buildings, paper, leather, which usually gold searchers have in their possession, utilizing them in their research in order to reach the shelter with the gold coins. Gold searchers, researching with metal detectors, occasionally dig legally to find lost treasures or lost coins in shelters with concealments, with no positive result, as happened with the treasure of Ali Pasha, the treasure and the gold coins of Merten in Finicounda, the treasure of Karapiperi Bridge with 20 cargoes, the lost treasure of the Bank of Greece, the submarine which was torpedoed in Crete on its way  to Egypt carrying gold coins and, the German plane that fell in Vardoussia carrying war loots, and with many other famous stories about gold coins.

Unfortunately, despite all efforts, the existing technology did not provide an answer regarding the hidden rebel shelters or lost treasures. We have hundreds, if not thousands, of cases of legitimate excavation sites across Greece. Usually all the equipment and techniques fail, and failure is attributed to the alleged "wrong" information. What if the information is correct and somewhere near a treasure exists? How can it be found?
Regarding the lost treasures in Greece there are too many cases and in different periods. Lost pirate treasures, buried Ottoman treasures, buried Venetians treasures, hidden treasures from komitadjis, hidden treasures from rebels, shipwrecks, maps from the operation Red Sheepskin with caches that have gold coins, dollars, weapons and ammunition, and more! With all these elements and many more, still the gold searchers in Greece are always ready for a new start to research the most probable or improbable locations that any new information or new indication will lead to and so the treasure or gold coin hunt continues.

From the data that have been recorded, it seems that most of the gold coins have been found in various ways.
Regarding the lost treasures, rumors indicate that things are more complicated. Treasure searchers do not have much useful information and so it becomes more difficult to research and detect an area.

About komitadjis hiddings, which are 64 in total, there is a special hiding way. First they have 2-4 small signs, and the distance from the hiding place to the last sign is between 5 to 10 kilometers away and with several deep scars, in cigarette diameter, carved on compact and fixed rocks which correspond to the position and volume of the hiding place (it is difficult to decipher these signs or even impossible).

The Red Sheepskin hidings (caches) are about 1200 across Greece. They include U.S. dollars, gold coins, weapons, and ammunition. There are about 250-300 other caches that have not been found yet.


Pirate treasures consist of various gold items, gold coins, gold jewelry, gold bars, gold plates, gold necklace, gold bracelets, gold chains, gold crosses, gold wreaths, £5 gold coins, copper utensils, copper coins, silver utensils, silver coins, porcelain objects, polished diamonds, rough diamonds, precious stones, semi-precious stones, sapphire, amber, ruby, pearl, emerald, amethyst, diamond, coral, bronze objects. And there are so many other valuable items hidden in pirate ships, because pirates were carrying out raids in other ships, on islands and anywhere they could, in order to grab anything valuable. All the treasure was hidden in trunks, chests, boxes, earthenware jars, leather saddle bags, etc.

A big part of pirate treasures, lies on the seabed and remains there awaiting to be discovered. The rest of the treasure that was inside chests or trunks is inside caves and especially on islands.

The gold searchers in Greece and generally gold searchers, have the same problems. The obstacles are numerous and almost always the same. For example, the ground magnetic fields, different molecular frequencies, the strong permanent transmissions of various signals, radiation from minerals, rocks, natural gaps, magnetic fields from accidentally buried objects, from noble or non-noble metals and more. All gold searchers have the same complaints regarding the same problems, which during all these years can not be solved, and therefore they try with DIY equipment to get the desired result, and perhaps some of them have succeeded!

Treasure hunting, gold hunting and gold coin hunting for SubSystem is a separate research that is always conducted with total success!

Our company has solved all these problems relating to the research and detection of any metal, making precise detection of the target, reaching the point zero from large distance.

If correct information is available about anywhere at sea, on land and even in any depth, SubSystem can give 100% solution by detecting the real target whether it exists or not and the exact spot that it is located.

Browse our pages, especially (gold coins and gold searchers), get to know our services, take a look at our projects as well as the recommendations accompanying us and contact us to give you the solution. A visit to your premises for research is usually sufficient to give the definite answer to the question if a lost treasure or lost gold coins exist.
SubSystem, as a company that provides research services, operates throughout the entire Greek territory and abroad.








 

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