Saturday, 22 March 2014

Skull and Bones : Secret Society Subordinate under the Illuminati

Skull and Bones

Skull and Bones is an undergraduate senior secret society at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. It is the oldest senior class landed society at Yale. The society's alumni organization, the Russell Trust Association, owns the society's real estate and oversees the organization. The society is known informally as "Bones", and members are known as "Bonesmen".Skull and Bones was founded in 1832 after a dispute between Yale debating societies Linonia, Brothers in Unity, and the Calliopean Society over that season's Phi Beta Kappa awards. It was co-founded by William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft as "the Order of the Skull and Bones".

The Order of the Skulls and Bones is a secret society subordinate under the Illuminati that has existed for almost 2 centuries. Its 100% Satanic and evil to the core in its goal of creating a New World Order or an one world totalarian, socialist, and communist government with a one world currency and a one world police. The Origin of the Skulls and Bones existed from the Illuminati in Bavaria, Germany. They initiates engage in strange bonding rituals such as lying in a coffin and reciting their sexual history in front of all the members. The object of such rituals is to create intense loyalty among members of the society. Some critics allege that these rituals contain satanic overtones.

Skull and Bones member (from the right "George W. bush")

According to Judy Schiff, Chief Archivist at the Yale University Library, the names of the members were not kept secret until the 1970s, but the rituals always have been. Both of the Bush presidents were members of the society while studying at Yale, and a number of other members have gone on to great fame and fortune. Conspiracy theorists claim that the society plays a role in a globalist/corporatist conspiracy for world control. Theorists such as Alexandra Robbins suggest that Skull and Bones is a branch of the Illuminati, or that Skull and Bones itself controls the Central Intelligence Agency.


Most Powerful Members Of 'Skull And Bones'

1) William Averill Harriman – Class of 1913

The future Governor of New York and Presidential candidate was clearly a man who liked his time at Yale...

Immediately after inheriting the largest fortune in The United States from his railroad baron father upon his graduation, Harriman took a job as Yale's crew coach and stuck around New Haven.
2) Henry Luce - Class of 1920

The man who went on to found and publish Time Magazine was first an editor of The Yale Daily News.
3) McGeorge Bundy – Class of 1940

Before becoming one of JFK's "Wise Men," Bundy was another Bonesman with a long family lineage of getting "Tapped" for the society.
4) George Herbert Walker Bush – Class of 1948

The second ever Bonesman to be elected President, "41" was also a fighter pilot in WWII, Ambassador to "Red China" and Director of the CIA.
5) John F. Kerry - Class of 1966

The now senior Senator from Massachusetts was only a college Junior when he was "Tapped" as a Bonesman after a childhood spent abroad with his diplomat father.
6) George W. Bush - Class of 1968

"W" was a man who's family was synonymous with Skull and Bones by the time he arrived on Yale's campus as a Freshman, but it has been whispered that many thought his family would agree to his not being "Tapped" as George was a rather... "distractable" young man.

But after joining up with the family club, joining the cheerleading team and generally raising hell, "W" ended up as the third Bonesman to occupy the office of the President.
7) Stephen A. Schwarzman - Class of 1969

He was tapped only a year behind George W. Bush and came to prominence under the future president's administration when his Blackstone Investments hedge fund group went public in 2007.

The SEC filings for Blackstone's IPO revealed that Schwarzman had made an average of $1 million per day for the fiscal year ending in December 2006.
8) Austan Goolsbee - Class of 1991

Goolsbee represents the newest generation of Bonesman on the list. The Texan-born economist was presumably tapped in 1989 while studying for his BA in Economics and performing with the Yale improve troupe "Just Add Water."

At 41, he is one of the youngest Chairmen of The Council of Economic Advisor's in the history of The White House, a building that has been staffed and led by a more than a few members of the society, and one can assume will be for many years to come.

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