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The Mysterious and Secret Order of the Knights of the Golden Circle
by Roy William Roush and Dr Roy William Roush Ph. D.


Overview - This is an incredible story about the little known and secret order of ?The Knights of the Golden Circle? during the Civil War period, their plans to start another war, and the huge treasures they left behind. But, they had started many years before the war began with bold plans of imperialism to gain more territory for our growing nation (which brought Texas into the Union), and also with amazing plans to annex Mexico.  Read more...

 
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Overview
This is an incredible story about the little known and secret order of ?The Knights of the Golden Circle? during the Civil War period, their plans to start another war, and the huge treasures they left behind. But, they had started many years before the war began with bold plans of imperialism to gain more territory for our growing nation (which brought Texas into the Union), and also with amazing plans to annex Mexico. Later, they became devout believers in the rights of the southern cause and against the North imposing it's will against them. When the Civil War started, they resorted to drastic measures and went underground to oppose the North and the Union Army with secretive and bold actions, including sabotage, infiltration of the Government, and a very efficient spy network. Many top politicians, officials, and men of importance were members. They were so effective that President Lincoln once referred to them as a ?Fifth Column? which might have been the original use of the term. After the war was over, they refused to accept the terms of the surrender and started making plans to restart the war at a later date. But they needed a great amount of money and support. So they started collecting money, gold, silver, and jewelry, plus arms and ammunition, and buried them in many parts of the country in old mining tunnels, pits and holes that they dug, and then assigned armed sentries to protect them from being found. But by the time they had amassed their fortune and supplies, World War One brought an end to their plans. Also, most of them had died off anyway by then. But the treasures they buried, which some have estimated to be worth billions of dollars, is the stuff that dreams are made of to treasure hunters. The author, who is well-known in the field of treasure hunting, learned of this immense treasure years ago, and through his research has presented this information here - - not only bringing out this little known part of American history, but also has provided much information on the treasures, including some rare and never-before-published treasure maps of some of the treasure sites.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780972307260
  • ISBN-10: 0972307265
  • Publisher: Front Line Press
  • Publish Date: March 2005
  • Page Count: 138
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.74 pounds


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