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By Antony Cyril Sutton

Breaking one hundred seventy years of secrecy, this fascinating exposé takes a behind-the-scenes examine Yale's mysterious society, the Order of the cranium and Bones, and its well-liked individuals, numbering between them Tafts, Rockefellers, Pillsburys, and trees. Explored is how cranium and Bones initiates became senators, judges, cupboard secretaries, spies, titans of finance and undefined, or even U.S. presidents, together with George W. Bush. This e-book finds that faraway from being a campus fraternity, the society is extra interested by the luck of its individuals within the postcollegiate international. integrated are a demonstrated club record, infrequent reprints of unique Order fabrics revealing the interlocking energy facilities ruled by way of Bonesmen, and a peek contained in the Tomb, their 140-year-old inner most clubhouse.

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Bilderbergers So far as we can trace, only William F. Buckley is a member of the Bilderbergers and The Order. , Aldrich and Pratt. The Pilgrim Society is probably a rather harmless social club using its annual dinners to cement ties between the British and American establishment. The Inner Circle Chapter 322 of The Order differs from the CFR, the Trilateral Commission and similar organizations in that it is truly a secret society. Its purposes and membership are not disclosed. It is paranoid about secrecy and in covering its trail.

The post can be used to screen information reaching the President: in fact, that is one of its major purposes, to stop a flood of paper reaching the Presidential desk. The other side to this screening process is that it could place the President in an artificial information environment. If the options presented to the President are controlled, so are the decisions. Selected information can control the options. McGeorge Bundy was National Security Adviser in the early years of the Vietnam debacle.

Stimson proved he was capable in the law and when Taft (The Order) was looking for a Secretary of War in 1911, he appointed Stimson (The Order) . " Then Stimson's career went like this: • As Secretary of War Stimson completed a reorganization begun by his predecessor none other than Elihu Root. • From 1917 to 1922 Stimson was in the Army, with ranks up to Brigadier General. • In 1927 Coolidge appointed Stimson Governor-General of the Philippine Islands. •In 1929 Herbert Hoover appointed Stimson Secretary of State Poin t "E" on the chart).

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