You gotta take a look at this

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  1. About a year ago I went to see the movie called "The Skulls".
    It was about a club that has been at Yale University for many
    years. This club had many famous members. I was wondering about
    this group this morning when I got up and then I received the
    following information by e-mail. This pretty gross information.


    From: a
    Subject: Exc article on Skull&Bones Soc.
    THE LEGEND OF SKULL AND BONES. Sometime in the early 1830s, a Yale
    student named William H. Ru-sell-the future valedictorian of the
    class of 1833- traveled to Germany to study for a year. Ru-sell
    came from an inordinately wealthy family that ran one of America's
    most despicable business organizations of the nineteenth century:
    Rus-ell and Company, an opium empire. Russe-l would later become a
    member of the Connecticut state legislature, a general in the
    Connecticut National Guard, and the founder of the Coll-giate and
    Com-ercial Institute in New Haven. While in Germany, R-ssell
    befriended the leader of an insidious German sec-et society that
    hailed the death's head as its logo. Russell soon became caught up
    in this group, itself a sinister outgrowth of the notorious
    eighteenth-century society the Illu-inati. When Russe-l returned
    to the United States, he found an atmosphere so Anti-Ma-onic that
    given his beloved Phi Beta Kappa, the honor society, had been
    unceremoniously stripped of its secrecy. Incensed, Rus-ell
    rounded up a group of the most promising students in his
    class-including Alphonso T-ft, the future secretary of w-r,
    attorney general, minister to Austria, ambassador to Russia, and
    father of future president William Howard Ta-t-and out of
    vengeance constructed the most powerful sec-et society the United
    St-tes has ever known.

    Yale's secret society exposed September 4, 2002 - Journalist
    and author Alexandra Rob-ins discusses her book "Secrets of the
    Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of
    Power" with "Today's" Ann Cu-rry.
    The men called their organization the Brotherhood of Death,
    or, more informally, the Order of Skull and Bones. They adopted
    the numerological symbol 322 because their group was the second
    chapter of the German organization and founded in 1832. They
    worshiped the g-ddess Eulogia, celebrated pirates, and plotted
    an underground consp-racy to dominate the world. Fast-forward
    170 years. Skull and Bones has curled its tentacles into every
    corner of American society. This tiny club has set up networks
    that have thrust three members into the most powerful political
    position in the world.
    And the group's influence is only increasing-the 2004
    presidential election might showcase the first time each ticket
    has been led by a Bonesman. The secret society is now, as one
    historian admonishes, " 'an international ma-ia'. . .
    unregulated and all but unknown." In its quest to create a New
    W-orld Order that restricts individual freedoms and places
    ultimate power solely in the hands of a small cult of wealthy,
    prominent families, Skull and Bones has already succeeded in
    infiltrating nearly every major research, policy, financial,
    media, and gov-rnment institution in the country. Skull and
    Bones, in fact, has been running the United S-ates for years.
    Skull and Bones cultivates its talent by selecting members
    from the junior class at Yale University, a school known for
    its strange, Gothic el-tism and its rigid devotion to the past.
    The society screens its candidates carefully, favoring
    Pro-estants and, now, wh-te Cat-olics, with special affection
    for the children of wealthy East Coast Skull and Bones members.
    Skull and Bones has been dominated by about two dozen of the
    country's most prominent families-B--h, B-ndy, Ha-riman, Lo-d,
    Ph-lps, Ro-kefeller, T-ft, and Whi-ney among them-who are
    encouraged by the society to intermarry so that its power is
    consolidated. In fact, Skull and Bones forces members to confess
    their entire s-xual histories so that the club, as a eugenics
    overlord, can determine whether a new Bonesman will be fit to mingle
    with the bloodlines of the powerful Skull and Bones dynasties. A
    rebel will not make Skull and Bones; nor will anyone whose
    background in any way indicates that he will not sacrifice for the
    greater good of the larger organization. As soon as initiates
    are allowed into the "tomb," a dark, windowless crypt in New
    Haven with a roof that serves as a landing pad for the society's
    private helicopter, they are sworn to silence and told they must
    forever deny that they are members of this organization.
    During initiation, which involves ritualistic psychological
    conditioning, the juniors wrestle in mud and are physically
    beaten-this stage of the ceremony represents their "death" to the
    world as they have known it. They then lie naked in coffins,
    mast-rbate, and reveal to the society their innermost se-ual
    secrets. After this cleansing, the Bonesmen give the initiates
    robes to represent their new identities as individuals with a
    higher purpose. The society anoints the initiate with a new name,
    symbolizing his rebirth and rechristening as Knight X, a member
    of the Order. It is during this initiation that the new members
    are introduced to the artifacts in the tomb, among them Nazi
    memorabilia-including a set of Hitler's silverware-dozens of
    skulls, and an assortment of decorative tchotchkes: coffins,
    skeletons, and in-ards.
    They are also introduced to "the Bones wh-re," the tomb's only
    full-time resident, who helps to ensure that the Bonesmen leave the
    tomb more mature than when they entered.
    Members of Skull and Bones must make some sacrifices to the
    society-and they are threatened with blackmail so that they remain
    loyal-but they are remunerated with honors and rewards, including a
    graduation gift of $15,000 and a wedding gift of a tall
    grandfather clock. Though they must tithe their estates to the
    society, each member is guaranteed financial security for life; in
    this way, Bones can ensure that no member will feel the need to
    sell the secrets of the society in order to make a living. And it
    works: No one has publicly breathed a word about his Skull and
    Bones membership, ever. Bonesmen are automatically offered jobs at
    the many investment banks and law firms dominated by their secret
    society brothers. They are also given exclusive access to the
    Skull and Bones island, a lush retreat built for millionaires,
    with a lavish mansion and a bevy of w-men at the members'
    disposal. The influence of the c-bal begins at Yale, where Skull
    and Bones has appropriated university funds for its own use, leaving
    the school virtually impoverished. Skull and Bones' corporate shell,
    the Ru-sell Trust Association, owns nearly all of the university's
    real estate, as well as most of the land in Connecticut. Skull and
    Bones has controlled Yale's faculty and campus publications so
    that students cannot speak openly about it. "Year by year," the
    campus's only anti-society publication stated during its brief
    tenure in 1873, "the deadly evil is growing." The year in the
    tomb at Yale instills within members an unwavering loyalty to
    Skull and Bones. Members have been known to stab their Skull and
    Bones pins into their skin to keep them in place during swimming
    or bathing. The knights (as the student members are called)
    learn quickly that their allegiance to the society must supersede all
    else: family, friendships, country, Go-. They are taught that once
    they get out into the world, they are expected to reach positions of
    prominence so that they can further elevate the society's status and
    help promote the standing of their fellow Bonesmen.
    This purpose has driven Bonesmen to ascend to the top levels of
    so many fields that, as one historian observes, "at any one time
    The Order can call on members in any area of American society to do
    what has to be done." Several Bonesmen have been senators,
    congressmen, Supreme Court justices, and Cabinet officials. There is
    a Bones cell in the C-A, which uses the society as a recruiting
    ground because the members are so obviously adept at keeping sec-ets.
    Society members dominate financial institutions such as J. P. Mo-gan,
    Morg-n Stanley Dean Wi-ter, and Brown Brothers Ha-riman, where at
    one time more than a third of the partners were Bonesmen. Through
    these companies, Skull and Bones provided Brothers Ha-riman, where
    at one time more than a third of the partners were Bonesmen. Through
    these companies, Skull and Bones provided financial backing to
    Adolf Hitler because the society then followed a Nazi-and now
    follows a neo-Nazi-doctrine. At least a dozen Bonesmen have been
    linked to the Federal Res-ve, including the first chairman of the
    New York Federal R-serve. Skull and Bones members control the wealth
    of the Roc-efeller, Car-egie, and Fo-d families. Skull and Bones
    has also taken steps to control the American media. Two of its
    members founded the law firm that represents the New York T-mes.
    Plans for both Ti-e and New-week magazines were hatched in the
    Skull and Bones tomb. The society has controlled publishing houses
    such as F-rrar, St-aus & Gir-ux. In the 1880s, Skull and Bones
    created the American Histo-ical Association, the American
    Psych-logical Association, and the American Eco-omic Association
    so that the society could ensure that history would be written
    under its terms and promote its objectives.
  2. All I gotta say is....Damn.....
  3. thats pretty cool
  4. whats up with all the misplaced dashes?
  5. yea

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  6. I've been checking out this Skull and Bones and Illuminati shit. Trust me, there is a lot of it. If George Bush is involved in it like it says, then it is so deep that even Colin Powell couldn't stop the madness. Are we left to leave it in the hands of incompetents? Drug laws are only an indicator of what rights can be taken away and which ones will willingly be given by common individuals, voters. Things happen so quickly that common people don't pay much attention.

    What can you do? Smoke a bowl and keep on truckin. Peace and love and all that crap from the center.

  7. crazy, ill look into getting the movie. :)

  8. The movie wasn't near as interesting or intriguing as that article, but it was kinda cool - just not as deep.

    I was wondering about the dashes as well. Were those in the original email you got? I thought they might have been hyphens but they're to oddly spaced.
  9. if no one has talked about it, how does that writer know? ud think if they controlled all of that shit, that article wouldnt even get out..craziness
  10. THey had someone on coast to coast am talking about this shish. i couldnt believe it was real
  11. I think the dashes could be some attempt to censor???

    EDIT-----------> I forgot :D That's really bizzare... do you *know* it's real?? 'Cos if it is, then that's pretty fucked up.

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