What do these elite secret society members have over us regular folks? Who are they? What do they do? Did members of Skull & Bones really finance Hitler? Do they hold the bones of Geronimo in their Tomb? This book is your chance to investigate these questions and more.
“These secret societies are behind it all,”
my father told me many years ago. During the early ‘50s, he was a CIA branch chief, head of the East Asia intelligence analysis office. “The Vietnam War,” he said soberly, “is about drugs.” Many years later I finally had some understanding of what Dad was talking about. I wish I had asked more questions. Such as, was he talking about the Order of Skull and Bones?
It’s a symbol used by pirates, poisons and the Nazis but it’s also a “fraternity” at Yale University. College kids having fun? Well, … ?
Fifteen juniors are tapped each year. Around 2,500 Yale graduates have been members, mostly white males from wealthy Northeastern families: Bush, Bundy, Cheney, Dodge, Ford, Goodyear, Harriman, Heinz, Kellogg, Phelps, Pillsbury, Rockefeller, Taft, Vanderbilt, Weyerhaeuser and Whitney are some of the names on its roster. Minorities were brought into membership in the 1950s, and the first women were admitted in 1991,
The Order of Skull and Bones is a secret society begun at Yale by William Huntington Russell. His cousin Samuel Russell’s family enterprise was the largest American opium smuggler. When Russell & Co. worked with the world’s largest smuggler, the Scottish firm Jardine-Matheson, they were known as the Combination.
Many New England and Southern families in the “China Trade” sent their sons to Yale, and many were tapped into Skull and Bones. From Yale, Bonesmen went into and were very influential in the worlds of commerce, communications, diplomacy, education, intelligence, finance, law and politics.
Fleshing Out Skull & Bones features 42 chapters from a dozen+ authors, plus many historical articles, providing a wide array of viewpoints into this very secret organization whose members increasingly affect world events. (720 pages)
Chapter titles include:
- The September 11th Attack, the War on Terror and the Order of Skull & Bones • Memoir • Antithesis: Financing The Nazis by Antony Sutton
- Geronimo’s Bones by Howard Altman
- A Role Model For His Daughters by Charlotte Iserbyt
- Secrecy and Our Constitution: Whom do they serve? by Dr. Ralph Bunch
- Prescott Bush, $1,500,000 and Auschwitz by Toby Rogers
- The Secret Treaty of Fort Hunt by Carl Oglesby
- The War of ‘82 by Daniel Hopsicker
- Reflections on the Yale Succession by Steve Sewall
- The Order of Skull & Bones and Illegal Finance: A Study of the Analytical Framework of Conspiracy Theory by Jedediah McClure
- The House of Bush: Born in a Bank • The Hitler Project • Skull and Bones: The Racist Nightmare at Yale by Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin
- Everything you ever wanted to ask, but were afraid to know • Blackmarket Bones • Prescott Bush, the Union Banking Corporation and The Story • The Tomb • Man, Magic and Yale • The Skeleton Crew • RTA Incorporated • A Shell Game • What Hath Women Wrought? by Kris Millegan
— and many more!