Seven ships filled with gold, silver, and treasures of the Church sail from Hispania to escape invading Moors in the seventh century, going westward where the wind carries them under divine guidance.
The foreigners and natives settle in an area now called Chaco Canyon to establish a religious center and build seven cities of gold and silver that historians and treasure hunters still talk about and seek.
The people, and their cities of gold, disappear without a trace centuries before fortune hunters come seeking the cities and the wealth they contain. Only a select few people remain to oversee the secrets of the ancient people, their treasure, and the plan for using that treasure.
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About the Author
Clovis E. McCallister was born in Seminole, OK. He was reared in west Texas oil fields and was graduated from Kermit, TX, High School and Texas A&M University.
He utilized his Journalism education in newspapers from August 1965 until March 1971. He served as general reporter, news desk and agricultural writer for the Midland, TX, Reporter-Telegram; editor of the Sweetwater, TX, Daily Reporter-News; news editor and later agricultural editor for the Abilene, TX, Reporter-News. He joined GTE telephone operations in their San Angelo, TX, four-state headquarters in 1971. During 29 years with the GTE Public Affairs in Texas, he held positions in the San Angelo and Irving headquarters, and in field operations in Brownwood, Texarkana and Garland.
While in San Angelo, he performed freelance outdoor writing for several regional and state publications.