The Musem of Gold in Peru

The Incan Empire was as big as the roman empire and just as sophisticated. The Incan empire had so much gold that gold was not even massively valued in Incan Society. They were the people of the Sun and the Gold they were given reflected the light of the sun.

Most of the Gold in Peru was melted down to form Gold bullion. All the great Incan gold sculptures were melted down and made into bricks of gold to send back to illuminati Catholic Spain.

A few collectors kept some of the Gold artifacts for their personal collections. A larger illuminati collector bought though collections up and created the Museu del Oro - the Museum of Gold - in Peru.