In my previous post on this topic, “Mr. M” answered my query concerning the possibility of a Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC) link to New Mexico’s Victorio Peak Treasure. Now “Mr. M” continues with his perspective of a Spanish link to this famous treasure trove:
“Veracruz was the port on Mexico's Gulf Coast where Mayan and other gold was stored before being transshipped to Spain. The ‘lanceros’ were the border patrol who guarded these treasures. It could be that some of the shipments destined for Spain were taken from Victorio Peak.”
“Spanish coins, armor, and artifacts that Doc described as being in the caverns are also persuasive evidence that the Spanish indeed had a presence at Victorio Peak. I believe the Spaniards remained on the site for over a century, and used some of the Native American Indians as slave labor in and around the mountain.”
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That’s it for this round. In a subsequent post on this topic “Mr. M” will discuss his views concerning a possible Padre LaRue connection to the Victorio Peak treasure.
If you liked this post, you may want to read: “A Jesse James/KGC Link to the Victorio Peak Treasure?”
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