It’d sound like one thing out of a Nicolas Cage film, however an actual life treasure searching staff referred to as the Temple Twelve are purportedly very near discovering a treasure hoard that’s probably the most important in historical past. The treasure they’re after, which is named the “Lemminkainen Hoard,” was supposedly stashed away in secret caves in Finland centuries in the past. Temple Twelve has been scouring Finland for the hoard for over three a long time.
In response to author Carl Borgen, a Lemminkainen Hoard professional and creator of the ebook “Briefly Insane” which is all concerning the search to seek out the legendary treasure, Temple Twelve has made important breakthroughs in uncovering the bounty. If and when the Lemminkainen Hoard is discovered, its estimated $20 billion worth would make it essentially the most invaluable buried treasure in historical past.
In response to Borgen in an interview with The Mirror, Temple Twelve is nearer than ever:
“I perceive that important progress on the temple has been made and that the crew are feeling particularly excited concerning the months forward…There may be now speak within the camp of being getting ready to a serious breakthrough, which in actual phrases might be the invention of the world’s largest and most respected treasure trove.”
The Lemminkainen Hoard
In response to native legend, sooner or later in tenth century, an unlimited assortment of gold and jewels had been positioned right into a shrine to a heroic End determine named Lemminkainen. The treasure is believed to comprise a complete of round 50,000 gem stones, together with rubies, sapphires, and diamonds, in addition to round a thousand extra artifacts and some life-sized stable 18-carat gold statues.
And if the treasure hunters are right, it is all buried in a temple buried someplace in an underground cave system situated about 20 miles outdoors of Helsinki.
The Temple Twelve are at present on hiatus from the treasure hunt resulting from Finland’s brutal winter, however they’re scheduled to get again to the dig someday subsequent 12 months, and a few estimates point out that they are only some meters away from lastly reaching the estimated $20 billion treasure.