The Skull and Bones fraternity at Yale University:
President George W. Bush, past president Bush senior and his father are
all three proven initiates of this occult lodge based at a windowless mausoleum
- I kid you not - The Tomb on the Yale campus. New York Observer
investigation ( http://www.observer.com/pages/story.asp?ID=2511
) A death cult at the heart of the United States establishment?
Impossible surely? But look a little closer and you'll see
that seems to be exactly what George W Bush's family club, the order of
Skull and Bones, is. Known variously as 'Bonesmen', 'The
Order' and 'The Russell Trust Association', George
W.Bush's father and grandfather were both initiated into this 'society'
who's badge is a skull and cross bones with the lodge number 322 below it.
Lodge 322 is believed to have been founded on June
And the Skull and Bones are believed to have a commemoration
ceremony on 28th June every year. This year (2002) on this date George W.
Bush was relieved of his presidency for several hours, Dick Cheyne took
over running the world's only superpower while Bush was 'undergoing hospital
tests'. If the Nazis' occult Thule Society had been exposed in the twenties
millions might not have died - I would like to see the 'Bonesmen' and any
other secret groups hungry for power fully exposed as unfit to hold positions
of public responsibility.
Author and researcher Antony Sutton died
earlier this year on June 17th 2002. He was a British born émigré
to the USA and spent much of his academic time researching links from the
US establishment and business world to fascism and communism. Particularly
enlightening is his research on the financing of the Nazi party which he
attributed to Wall street bankers - see his book 'Wall Street and the Rise
Sutton was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford
University, from 1968 to 1973. He was a former economics professor at California
State University, Los Angeles. He was born in London in 1925 and educated
at the universities of London, Gottingen and California. In September 1977
an article appeared in the US magazine Esquire. Sutton explains it detailed
much of the mumbo-jumbo associated with the Bonesmen. When a new member
is initiated into the order "Tonight", he is told, "he will
die to the world and be born again into The Order as he will thenceforth
refer to it.
The Order is a world unto itself in which he will have a new
name and fourteen new blood brothers, also with new names." When Rosenbaum
starts to enquire about The Order he is told: "They don't like people
tampering and prying. The power of Bones is incredible. They've got their
hands on every lever of power in the country. You'll see - it's like trying
to look into the Mafia. Remember, they're secret society too."
The Washington Post broached the subject on 25th February
2000 - 'Shred This After Reading!' Lloyd Grove called the article: "Before
George W. Bush was a good ol' boy, he was a member of Skull and Bones. Author
Ron Rosenbaum calls this club "the most powerful of all secret societies
in the strange Yale secret-society system." Its roster includes Averell
Harriman, Henry Stimson, Henry Luce, Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Dubya's
dad, former president George Bush.
They all engaged in "certain occult rituals of the ruling
class," as Rosenbaum writes, in a windowless mausoleum on Yale's New
Haven, Conn., campus." "Although the club dates back to the mid-19th
century, Hollywood has just discovered it. "The Skulls," written
and produced by D.C. native and Yale grad John Pogue, premieres next month.
The movie portrays a sinister conspiracy, a la John Grisham's "The
Firm," in which sons of the power elite have their flesh branded with
a skull and crossbones, and keep the society's secrets on pain of death.
The real Skull and Bones has a similar mania for secrecy,
but that didn't stop us from casting a wide net for the reactions of "Bonesmen"
to this crass vulgarization of their sacred brotherhood. Dubya and Kerry
didn't return our calls, but we managed to talk to a few." "Washington
writer Christopher Buckley told us: "Don't quote me, or I shall have
to come and kill you, burn down your house and rape your dog!" Former
Yale chaplain William Sloane Coffin said the real thing was bad enough without
resorting to Hollywood spin: "It strikes me that if anybody wants to
make fun of it in such a gross way, that lets Skull and Bones off the hook."
And Oklahoma University President and former senator David
Boren cautioned: "Make sure you say that when you asked me about this,
I gasped and threw the telephone on the floor. There was never any branding.
I'm much too chicken to belong to anything that requires your flesh to be
burned. Officially, my response is silence."" Finally here's a
two year old interview from Time magazine with Bush happily admitting his
family are in the cult.
Extracted from: 'My Heritage Is Part Of Who I Am', by Walter
Isaacson, Time Magazine, August 7th 2000
(Time Volume 156, No. 6), ……..
ISAACSON: But you sure shared a lot of the same upbringing:
Andover, Yale, even Skull and Bones. Did you have any qualms, say, about
joining an elite secret club like Bones?
GEORGE W. BUSH: No qualms at all. I was honored. I was fairly
nonchalant. I didn't view it as a great heritage thing. I didn't take it
all that seriously.
ISAACSON: Demystify it a bit for those who might think it's
a cross between a Masonic Lodge and the Trilateral Commission. Did your
father show up for your initiation, like your grandfather showed up for
GEORGE W. BUSH: Without revealing all the great secrets? I
got a few of my old club mates who could demystify it right off the bat.
My dad didn't tap me. Someone a year ahead of me tapped me. There was an
entry celebration. I can't remember whether my dad showed up or not. I don't
References: 'America's Secret Establishment, an introduction
to the Order of Skull and Bones' published by Liberty House Press, Billings,
Montana in 1986 is available priced £28.75 from Bloomfield Books,
26 Meadow Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk, England, CO10 2TD. Telephone 0044 (0)1787
The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones, Ron Rosenbaum, Esquire
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