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  1. #41
    True confederate soldier

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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Quote Originally Posted by {Sentinel}
    The fact is that the KGC was formed by pro Southern northerners and i have pictures of there meeting flyers for whoever would like to see them and they existed as early as 1858.

    The KGC WAS definitely involved with the Freemasons as Albert Pike, the father of modern Scottish Rite Freemasonery, confederate general, and author of "Morals and Dogma" which outlines the total reconstruction of Freemasonary WAS indeed one of the leaders of the KGC as well as the head of Scottish Rite Freemasonary. They were inextricably linked thanks to this man.
    Ah yes, the conspiracy pirates come out. I've only heard this one about 15 to 3000 times. Albert Pike/Morals and Dogma/KGC/KKK.

    Oh, and the book was about the SCOTTISH RITE philosophical symbolism of degrees, not Freemasonry. Although you must be a mason to get into the Scottish Rite, they are seperate entities with seperate history and goals.
    Freemasonry consists of 3 degrees, then you are a Master Mason and that is it. The Scottish Rite is a continuation of the 3 degrees from 4~32 (some, however few, 33).

    Also, Pike was the Sovereign Grand Commander of the SOUTHERN jurisdiction, hardly the leader of all of the Scottish Rite.

    I see no connection to Pike and the KGC in there.

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  3. #42

    Dec 2006
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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Gee Dorian,
    How about you tell us NOW where these large KGC caches are located. That way we can all go together, dig them up and donate the loot to the poor. That goes for the rest of you who claim to know. Otherwise, we're going to think you're all just looking for attention.

  4. #43
    Just a looking around

    Mar 2007
    East Texas
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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Quote Originally Posted by psedler
    Gee Dorian( dig them up and donate the loot to the poor.) That goes for the rest of you who claim to know. Otherwise, we're going to think you're all just looking for attention.
    Dig them up and Give them to the Poor.

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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Pike started most of the southern and western Masonic lodges and was high up in the Confederate Inner Circle. It is only logical that two things that he loved. Both Freemasonary and the Confederacy would come together. Of course he dabbled in both and I also know Dave that he was NOT leader of the whole FreeMasons, that was never my claim, just the Southern jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite.



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    Knights of the Golden Circle

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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Caveat Lector -CCC

    Description of the 30th Degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry (Knights Kadosh)
    http://www.originaldissent.com/forum...-of...&p=93034

    Re: Description of the 30th Degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry (Knights Kadosh)

    AFTER THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Washington DC was built in 1790. Next the
    conspiracy moved on the states.

    "The Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC) was a secret society originally
    founded to promote the interests of the Southern United States. It was to
    prepare the way for annexation of a golden circle of territories in Mexico,
    Central America, and the Caribbean to be included in the United States as
    slave states."

    John Wilkes Booth was a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC). In
    Washington DC the Copperhead politicians were also KGC, Irish Catholic
    agents of the Vatican.

    President Lincoln Assassination by the Vatican



    10 conspirators:

    4 hanged by the federal government
    4 imprisoned
    1 shot
    1 escaped- John Surratt was found at the Vatican

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Surratt
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Surratt
    http://www.reformation.org/lincoln.html
    http://ctwilcox.com

    The southern states of the USA were the only Protestant stronghold in all of
    the Americas. After the Civil War Washington DC founded the Pan-American
    Union that rules all of North and South America, today called the
    Organization of the American States.

    "The pursuit of regional solidarity and cooperation again came to the
    forefront in 1889-90, at the First International Conference of American
    States."

    Sister society of the Mason-Templars, after the Civil War the KGC became the
    Knights of the KKK to divide the Blacks from the Protestant Christians. The
    satanic Templar society would often burn crosses to instill fear of anything
    Christian.
    Last edited by Amish; 06-27-10 at 17:46.

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    Gentlemen, pick a card, any card.

  8. #47
    Knights of the Golden Circle

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    Booth Tells All! -- KGC
    Bill Kingsbury
    Fri, 5 Mar 1999 23:38:40 -0500
    from: http://www.kamellia.com/KGC.htm

    The Knights of the Golden Circle

    It was on the eve of the Civil War. Washington was rampant with
    war hysteria as the nation tottered on the abyss of the approaching
    conflict. To add to the increasing tension, the Capitol had been
    infiltrated by a wave of Confederate spies. Indeed, the
    Confederacy began the war with an espionage system already
    organized and highly efficient, with tentacles reaching into secret
    areas of the Federal Department. Often the Rebels knew what the
    Yankees were going to do almost as soon as the decision was
    reached -- and long before Union troops began to move.

    One of the most energetic and efficient of these espionage rings
    was a well organized secret society, the KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN
    CIRCLE, (KGC), which had both Northern and Southern Branches,
    closely cooperating with each other. During the Civil War the KGC
    not only acted as the secret agents and fomenters of civil disorder
    in the North, but it's members were smugglers of medical supplies,
    recruits, arms, uniforms and ammunition.

    After Gen. Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox, the
    organization went underground and assumed a completely new mission
    -- the raising of funds to start a new Civil War, promoting the
    idea of "The South Will Rise Again!" The Knights went about their
    new mission with little regard for the legal principles. There
    were many stories that the KGC amassed millions of dollars worth of
    gold, silver, and currency which is allegedly stashed in numerous
    caches around the United States.

    In 1984 document were found in a Antebellum home in Savannah
    Georgia, pertaining to a gold shipment buried by the KGC just
    before the city was invaded by Union troops. This was said to be
    gold transported from Texas.

    Perhaps you are wondering just how the Knights of the Golden Circle
    came into being and what happened to this organization in later
    years. The middle of the last century was a spawning ground for
    numerous secret societies of every description, with many persons
    holding simultaneous memberships in several organizations.
    Entering the scene in 1859, with his founding of the Knights of the
    Golden Circle, was George W.L. Bickley. His intentional aims for
    the secret society were to Americanize and ultimately annex Mexico,
    to settle the slavery question in favor of the South, and to
    promote his own fame and fortune.

    Bickley at various ties had been a physician, author and editor --
    and, as head of the KGC, he styled himself 'General', without a
    shadow of authority, save that of his own will, he created
    colonels, majors, and captains in the most absolute and Napoleonic
    manner. Local lodges of the organization were called 'castles,'
    and fees were naturally required of the members. These fees were
    one dollar for the first degree of membership, five dollars for the
    second, and ten for the third. Weekly dues in all degrees were
    fixed by the colonels of the regiments in their respective
    jurisdictions. In a short while Gen. Bickley began to realize
    one of his main objectives -- a substantial income.

    Ollinger Crenshaw, writing in the American Historical Review,
    stated, "An eloquent orator and filled with the spirit of modern
    'chivalry', Bickley engaged for months during 1860, a vigorous
    stump speaking campaign in the Southern states, which he hoped
    would enlist wide-spread support for his project. It is indeed
    remarkable with what facility this plausible man ingratiated
    himself with the Southern editors, who frequently accepted Gen.
    Bickley at his own estimate. He also drew to his support, as
    active organizers, a considerable number of men throughout the
    South, who were, however, not politically prominent."

    Sometime later Bickley extended his membership drive into the
    border states, where he was not always greeted with enthusiasm.
    Indeed the Unionist Louisville Journal, assailed Bickley's
    "incendiary doctrines and hellish machinations," and later
    characterized the KGC as the "heart the brain, the breath, the soul
    of the secession party in Kentucky." In a lighter vein the same
    paper lampooned "King Bickley, Monarch of the KGC," and humorously
    observed, "Many a man puts his foot in a golden circle may get his
    neck in a hempen one."

    Eventually, the secret society spread across the Ohio River into
    Indiana and the other states of the Old Northwest, where it won an
    unsavory reputation during the course of the Civil War.

    Gradually, Bickley lost control of the KGC, and for a brief period
    in 1863, he turned up as a surgeon in Gen. Bragg's army, attached
    to the 29th North Carolina Regiment.

    For reasons not apparent, Bickley later applied for and received
    a pass through Union lines with the understanding that he would
    proceed directly to his home in Cincinnati. Instead he journeyed
    to New Albany Indiana, to link up with a KGC castle. This
    deviation in his promise caused him to be imprisoned as a spy on
    August 18, 1863, and he was not released until the fall of 1865.

    Deeply discredited everywhere and odious because of his KGC
    activities, Bickley died on August 10, 1867. The Cincinnati Daily
    Commercial barely mentioned his demise.

    What of the widespread secret society which Bickley had founded?
    It continued to live on in several forms. Toward the end of the
    Civil War, many of its members transferred their allegiance to
    another organization, the Order of American Knights, which in turn
    evolved into the Sons of Liberty -- both of the latter dying from
    acute inertia at the end of the war. However, a hard-core group
    of die-hard Confederates preserved what remained of the Knights
    of the Golden Circle when the shooting stopped. During the great
    conflict, the society raised funds for the Confederate cause by
    both legal and illegal means -- considering Yankee banks,
    businesses and stagecoaches to be fair game for robbery.

    These men rationalized that their cause was only temporarily lost.
    As a consequence, they were determined to continue raising funds,
    by any and all means. This Inner Circle claimed such stalwarts as
    Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, Jesse James, Gen. Bud
    Dalton, Prof. B.E. Bedeczek, Gen. J.O. Shelby and others. Reports
    have it that following Lee's surrender, the KGC amassed millions of
    dollars in gold, silver, and currency, awaiting the call to again
    bear arms -- a call which never came. As a result, these caches
    which reportedly remained unfound and untouched. Supposedly, many
    of these caches were booby trapped and could still be lethal for
    the unwary.

    Sometime after the war the secret KGC established headquarters
    in an old building on Fatherland Street in Nashville Tennessee.
    Reportedly, the old building stood where the "Grand Ole Opry" got
    its start. About 1884 the headquarters were moved to Colorado
    Springs. Verifying the old Confederates' tales of clandestine
    treasure hoards becomes very difficult when one realizes the KGC
    officially closed its books and disbanded in 1916. In addition,
    through deaths and failing memories of the elderly Knights caused
    the locations of many caches to be lost in the maze of history, for
    the relied upon memory rather than written records for identifying
    their stashes.

    Speaking of Nashville, a rich KGC trove was supposedly hidden under
    an "ordinary looking mountain" somewhere off the old Nashville
    Pike. Allegedly, $600 million was stored there in a vault, in
    1870. Later, more gold was said to have been added to this hoard.
    We have also heard tales of a KGC treasure having been secreted
    about 11 miles from Nashville. These two reports, however, may
    pertain to the same cache.

    L. Frank Hudson, an expert researcher from St. Petersburg Florida,
    is the source of KGC treasure tale originating in Texas. Sometime
    in 1863 a shipment of gold coins in wooden kegs left Galveston
    aboard a Confederate vessel. The gold came from the western mines
    operated by the KGC. At some point, before shipment, it was minted
    into coins, struck by dies captured or stolen from the Federal
    government. In addition, each coin bore "C.S.A." stamped on its
    face.

    When the Confederate ship left Galveston, all went well until it
    was opposite the mouth of the Mississippi River. At that point a
    Union gunboat gave chase, and hung astern the Confederate all the
    way into Florida waters. Here the gunboat's prey attempted to
    evade capture by entering the Suwannee River. The gunboat hung on
    tenaciously, so at the second bend in the river, the rebels began
    throwing the coin kegs overboard to thwart their capture. The
    Union vessel was still gaining, causing the Rebels to ground their
    craft on the left bank of the river and flee into the woods to
    avoid capture.

    Since that day, there have been rumors of some kegs having been
    found. In fact, two lucky finders were able to find enough coins
    to establish a fine restaurant in Maderia Beach as the story goes.

    During the Civil War the Northern element of the KGC perpetrated
    several acts of sabotage, particularly in Midwestern states. One
    of these schemes of skullduggery was an elaborate plan to free and
    arm thousands of Confederate prisoners being held at Camp Douglas,
    near Chicago. A Harpers Weekly reporter of that day described the
    prisoners thusly: "A more woebegone appearing set of men it would
    be difficult to imagine. It may have been from exposure and low
    diet, but they were all sallow-faced, sunken eyed and apparently
    famishing. The uniforms of the Confederates prisoners are just no
    uniforms at all, being wholly ununiform in color, cut, fashion, and
    manufacture. The majority stood gazing about the place, perfectly
    willing to be conversed with, and as willing to answer all
    questions."

    It was the assignment of the Confederate master spy, Captain Thomas
    H. Hines, to coordinate this operation with the KGC. The Knights
    had secretly gathered a large quantity of rifles, pistols and
    ammunition to arm the prisoners. In addition, they had pledged
    a considerable force of members for this raid. However, the KGC
    backed out at the last moment, wisely considering the plan too
    dangerous.

    Although much was written about the Knights during the war, very
    little has been printed about their post-war activities. Reporter
    Del Schrader has written some newspaper articles about the secret
    organization, plus a book titled, Jesse James Was One of His Names.

    The book is about a character who at one time called himself Col.
    J. Frank Dalton. However on May 19, 1948, this elderly gentleman
    announced to the world that he was none other than the notorious
    outlaw, Jesse Woodson James, denying that he was killed in 1882 as
    the history books relate. He also claimed to have headed the
    underground KGC following the Civil War and to have knowledge of
    the locations of its various hidden troves. Once of his claims was
    not uncommon, though, for over the decades several phony characters
    have appeared to announce that they were Jesse James.

    On April 22, 1973, the Los Angeles Herald Examiner published
    a report by Del Schrader under the headline "$100 billion in
    Treasure, the search for Rebel Gold." The story covered his
    interviews with several sons, grandsons, and great-grandsons of
    long-dead members of the KGC.

    Schrader, now deceased, said he was shown several maps of KGC
    caches. However, one of the decendents stated, "They won't do
    anybody much good. The maps are accurate as far as they go, but
    you'd need the two or three transparent overlays, which each fill
    in a landmark, for the specifics. In most cases, a vital point
    of reference is carved on a nearby rock."

    Another old-timer offered, "Quantrill and Jesse James (both
    notorious guerillas), along with 10 other members of the Inner
    Circle, vowed they would beg, borrow, or steal gold so that Civil
    War II, if it ever came, could be fought on a cash and carry
    basis... many former Confederate officers headed west, profited
    and tithed up to 50% of their annual incomes."

    The original Knights of the Golden Circle formally disbanded the
    organization and closed its books in 1916, but their descendants
    still maintain the vows of secrecy and silence taken by the old
    Confederate veterans. This new generation, however, has vouched
    that the old veterans stashed away money and other treasure in
    many states in the Union, and even in some Canadian provinces.
    They claim too, that most of these caches are booby trapped.

    One of these alleged caches is said to be located near Cat Den
    Butte in western Texas. Supposedly holding some $30 million in
    gold, plus a quantity of silver. The treasure vault lies deep in
    the side of a hill near a river, according to one authority.
    A series of transparent overlays are required to obtain detailed
    information leading to the vault. One clue, "Look for a
    slate-covered tombstone in the southeast corner of the old Mexican
    cemetery," was offered by an informant. He added, "It bears coded
    directions."

    If the locations of these caches are known to the sons and
    grandsons of members of the KGC's Inner Circle, why haven't they
    been opened? "The old conspirators swore themselves and their
    descendants to secrecy," according to Schrader. "It was almost
    a religious thing with them. Anyone who revealed the secrets of
    the Circle would have ended up dead."

    Another thing, the caches were not to be disturbed until the last
    Confederate passed to his reward. Of course that day has long
    gone, so now the heirs are left with the problems of what to do
    about their great secrets. Some have proposed using the treasure
    for educational purposes, but they are divided as to how they
    should proceed in that direction. On the other hand, they also
    fear, if the caches are revealed, the Federal government may claim
    all of it. What a quandry!

    The heirs may be partially relieved of some of this dilemma for
    several knowledgeable professional hunters have been quietly
    searching for these troves in recent years. For instance, a group
    of Eau Claire Wisconsin, researchers have discovered coded markings
    in sandstone in the Park Falls area, coupled with similar markings
    near Mellen. After 15 years of research these people are convinced
    these signs, along with others in western and southern states, are
    clues to KGC troves.

    Reported Sites of the Secret Caches

    Arizona- $175 Million

    Arkansas- Unknown amount at Wild Cat Bluff, near Centerpoint

    California- Sacramento $41 Million; San Gabriel Canyon, $1.6
    Million; El Monte $250,000; Nevada City $16 Million similar amounts
    in the area of Grass Valley and Placerville; Porterville $3.3
    Million. Other caches are rumored in, or near San Diego, San Jose,
    San Pedro, and San Franscisco.

    Carolinas- $500 Million

    Colorado- Underwater treasure of the Curious Mule, site unknown,
    also,the Vanishing Wagon Treasure near Fairplay Park Colorado.

    Georgia- $413 Million, which includes Confederate caches near
    Savannah, Sparta, Allentown, Bolton & Kingsland - all possible
    KGC troves.

    Nevada and Utah- $300 Million

    New England- $333 Million

    New Mexico- $630 Million in various caches. Plus an unknown amount
    buried by Confederates east of Tolar, near Santa Fe Railroad.

    Oregon- $333 Million

    Tennessee- A vault in mountain off the Old Nashville Pike about
    11 miles from Nashville.

    Texas- Three Rivers treasure of $30 Million in gold in central part
    of the state. Also, a steel safe under water about a mile east of
    Brazos River bridge in Waco. Cat Den Butte cache in west Texas.

    Washington- $175 Million.
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  9. #48
    Knights of the Golden Circle

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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Quote Originally Posted by cccalco
    -Caveat Lector!-
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    Booth Tells All! -- KGC
    Bill Kingsbury
    Fri, 5 Mar 1999 23:38:40 -0500
    from: http://www.kamellia.com/KGC.htm

    ********snip large portions of fantasy and pseudo-history drivel******
    The link is broke....where can one find the original source of this silliness?

    http://www.kamellia.com/KGC.htm was the stated original source for "Bill Kingsbury" who originally posted (Fri, 5 Mar 1999 23:38:40 -0500) the article to a site that can now ONLY be found in archives. This article is archived at http://www.mail-archive.com/ctrl@lis.../msg06918.html. I never saw the original post at the site formerly belonging to an alledged KKK faction at http://www.kamellia.com/. Mr. Kingsbury's post would indicate that the 'THE KNIGHTS OF THE WHITE KAMELLIA (KWK)' operated the website prior to March 1999 but it now belongs to an Oriential syle bellydancer named Kamellia (copywrite 2001)
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    Knights of the Golden Circle

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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Quote Originally Posted by cccalco
    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Quote Originally Posted by cccalco
    -Caveat Lector!-
    CCCC

    Booth Tells All! -- KGC
    Bill Kingsbury
    Fri, 5 Mar 1999 23:38:40 -0500
    from: http://www.kamellia.com/KGC.htm

    ********snip large portions of fantasy and pseudo-history drivel******
    The link is broke....where can one find the original source of this silliness?

    http://www.kamellia.com/KGC.htm was the stated original source for "Bill Kingsbury" who originally posted (Fri, 5 Mar 1999 23:38:40 -0500) the article to a site that can now ONLY be found in archives. This article is archived at http://www.mail-archive.com/ctrl@lis.../msg06918.html. I never saw the original post at the site formerly belonging to an alledged KKK faction at http://www.kamellia.com/. Mr. Kingsbury's post would indicate that the 'THE KNIGHTS OF THE WHITE KAMELLIA (KWK)' operated the website prior to March 1999 but it now belongs to an Oriential syle bellydancer named Kamellia (copywrite 2001)
    Doesn't it bother you...just a little bit... copy/pasting random crap you find on the internet?

    Try doing a little bit of fact-checking before you try to spread worthless propaganda and butcher Real History :cussing:
    Archiving doesn't bother me at all and in fact I look forward to it or I would not be doing at all and if it were not for the overwhelming positive response that we have received for it I might question it myself.
    I do appreciate that much of what we have found on the internet is conspiratorial nonsense but in archiving all that can be found on the "Southern Clubs" of the period the best that I can offer for the discerning reader is a 'caveat lector'
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  11. #50
    us
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    Cache County, Utah
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    Re: KGC Fact or Fiction....................

    Anyone interested in reading the book cited in Gollums post, you can download a digital copy here.

    http://openlibrary.org/works/OL35276...ate_government
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    ive been looking for a soldier, for a friend from the CW,that was never found and brought home or a record of his burial,so ive been reading a lot of 1st person accounts,hoping to find his name mentioned,anyway i ran across this and its the 1st mention of the KGC,ive ever read by a soldier
    dont know if it helps or not,but the mans opinion of the KGC is strong to the negative of the group
    not trying to debate anything just posting a find
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    Camp-fire chats of the Civil War ... By Washington Davis
    Doubtless this incident will remind the veterans of 1861'65 of whole bookfuls of similar happenings. It reminded Maj. M. B. Parmeter, of the 77th Illinois, of one, which must be prefaced with an explanation:
    There was a type of combatant in the North during the war known as "copper-head," the more virulent class of which were members of the " Knights of the Golden Circle;" the milder developments were less haughty, and were sometimes known as " plain copper-heads." But it is to the good feeling of all who stood by their country in the hour of her need, the S. P. U. H. included, that this entire type of citizens was limited, though the epithet was applied to many without desert.

    It must not be understood by the term "combatant" that the main pillars of the K. of the G. C, with their adherents, were soldiers; for they kept as far to the rear as possible. They were combatants in everything except business at the front, and lacked the first principles of soldiership—patriotism and moral courage. They combated the policy of war from innate cowardice, more than from their love of peace; they decried emancipation because their opponents upheld it; opposed the government because it was not under their own direction. When the last call for troops was made, they were in sore lament. Already there were nearly a million soldiers in the field (and this was a thrust at all soldiers)—every man who became a soldier, and was detailed to forage, was no better than a thief, they said. Think of it—a million thieves, turned loose upon the unprotected citizens of the country! O temporal O mores! How homely to these "unprotected citizens" was the beautiful picture of the great concourse of a nation's children scattering to their peaceful homes across broad prairies, over mountains and through glens, to plow, preach, and pound anvils!
    http://tinyurl.com/3gos6zq

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    Lets see if I can get this right http://www.archive.org/stream/privat...ge/58/mode/2up this is the private journal of John H. Surrat. He was a member of the KGC and explains the initiation in to the order as he experienced it. It also goes into how he and J.W. Booth were involved in the assassination of Lincoln. It is very interesting reading. It also leads one to believe that the KGC was dead broke at the end of the war.

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    ge
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    If the KGC is anything like the KKK then any "treasure" they may have had stashed away was dug up long ago and spent on things like crystal meth. I've met a few of these KKK ******s down here. Trust me they are trash of the highest regard. I seriously doubt there are any "noble" KGC sentinels currently guarding "buried treasure" when they could just go dig up the stuff and use to loot to buy a bunch of scratch off lottery tickets.
    LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    and every tree with carvings leads to treasure.

    You finally understand!!!

 

 
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