Monthly Archives: January 2008

George Bush Senior Makes Skull And Bones Pilgrimage

Prison Planet | December 18, 2007
Paul Joseph Watson


An 83-year-old George H. W. Bush apparently made what could be his last pilgrimage to Skull and Bones over the weekend when he purportedly paid a visit to the tomb and rekindled his loyalty with the secret society death cult for the first time in nearly 10 years.

Skull and Bones is a secret society based at Yale University which recruits just fifteen members a year. The vast majority of its members have gone on to occupy positions of high power and influence.

The practices of Bonesmen have been scoffed at by the establishment as frat boy tomfoolery for decades but robbing graves, kissing skulls, masturbating in coffins and performing mock sacrifices is exactly the kind of behavior you’d expect from an Ed Gein or Charlie Manson, and not the people with their finger on the nuclear button.

Bush was in New Haven this weekend to pick up an award but according to eyewitnesses who saw special furniture and tables being unloaded outside the tomb, he was also likely guest of honor for Skull and Bones.

“Famously absent from Boner bashes in recent years (last appearance we can confirm was in 1998), all signs point to the 83-year-old Bush Sr. as guest of honor at the Bones’ latest homoerotic leather-daddy Satan-worship, or ritualized flag-burning, or whatever strange and magical things they do in those windowless buildings on High Street. Obviously, the Bonesmen declined to comment on this story,” reports Ivygate.com .

Skull and Bones came back into focus during the 2004 presidential election when both Kerry and Bush were coy about discussing their membership of the group. Members are told that even talking about Skull and Bones is a cardinal sin and many have been known to immediately leave the room when the subject is raised.

A 2001 ABC News report featured footage from a Skull and Bones initiation ritual performed inside the courtyard of the tomb and showed members running around screaming, kissing skulls and performing mock sacrifices.

Of course it was all dismissed as harmless fun but I’m sure there are many who would have reservations about letting people who masturbate in coffins baby sit their children, never mind shape the destiny of the world.

Of course the fact that future world leaders like to dress up like Klan members, letting fly blood-curdling screams as they slash imaginary victims’ throats before kissing skulls and the fact that those same future world leaders then preside over the deaths of untold millions in brutal wars is nothing to worry about and we should all just forget about it and get back to watching America’s Got Talent

Sandusky Ohio Laid Out In Shape Of Masonic Square And Compass

Michael Sangiacomo
Plain Dealer Reporter


While researching “The Book of Fate,” his novel about Masonic influences on the street layout of Washington, D.C., author Brad Meltzer realized that one other city was laid out in the form of a Masonic compass and square — Sandusky. “Learning about Sandusky blew me away,” said Meltzer, who mentions the city in his novel. “I have family in Ohio and have visited there many times. I doubt that few people in Ohio, or even Sandusky, realize why their streets run in such crazy directions.” Sandusky officials agree. The Masonic design is acknowledged by a memorial in the center of the city, but the street layout may come as a surprise to many. “We have 27,000 residents and more than a million people come through here during the summer,” Mayor Dan Kaman said. “I bet very few of them know why the streets are laid out as they are with all the angles.” On the Fourth of July in 1818, the map of Sandusky was recorded as drawn by Hector Kilbourn, a Mason and the first master of Science Lodge No. 50, one of two Masonic lodges still in the city. “The streets form the compass and square, common Masonic symbols,” said Dennis Claxton, a trustee of Science Lodge 50. “And yes, it does make driving terrible.” Main city streets such as Central, Huron, Poplar and Elm cut in at an angle toward Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie, creating intersections that demand extra neck-turning. The two main arms of the compass, Central and Huron, don’t actually meet at a point. Instead, they give way to a flowered, inner-city park. “That’s one thing we can proudly say. The layout means there are a lot of small parks in the city on small, oddly angled pieces of land,” said Claxton, who said it is a point of pride to be able to say that Sandusky and Washington are the only two cities in the country laid out around Masonic symbols. The Masonic lodge on Columbus Avenue is in the middle of the compass. The modest rooms of Science Lodge 50 look out over a monument to Kilbourn, which explains the city’s layout. Nearby, the Masons keep up a flower garden in the design of the compass and square. “People in the city are pretty smart about avoiding the streets that get crowded because of the design,” Kaman said. “Most of us know all the back routes.” Kaman said in the “old days” — up to the turn of the 20th century or so — the Masons were a huge force in the city. “City officials were Masons; you couldn’t get a job working for the city unless you were a member,” he said. But as immigrants flooded the country, the influence of the Masonic lodges diminished, though they still have 500 members in the Science Lodge. The Masons are a fraternal organization, started in 18th-century London, whose members are joined together by shared ideals of both a moral and metaphysical nature and, in most cases, by a common belief in a supreme being. Many Freemasons are wealthy, educated professionals, and their lodges, spread around the world, are involved in local charity work. Meltzer noted that eight signers of the Declaration of Independence were Masons, as were nine signers of the Constitution, 15 U.S. presidents and famous Americans including Benjamin Franklin, Benedict Arnold, Harry Houdini, Jesse Jackson and Bob Dole. Meltzer’s book says Washington, D.C., was designed by Freemasons George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Pierre L’Enfant. “Washington is not only laid out to resemble a Masonic compass and square, but the whole city is a pentagram with the White House at the tip,” he said. “When I asked why this was done, I was told it was to make it clear that the city is under the protection of the Freemasons. But you can only see the pattern from the air, so how farthinking were these guys?” Claxton said Sandusky’s layout is a draw for tourists, especially Masonic tourists. “We get visitors from Masonic lodges all over the world who want to look at the layout,” he said. “It makes us feel good to have something so special in our city.”

Another thing that is strange is Harvey Keitel plays a F.B.I. Agent named Agent Sandusky in the Movie National Treasure.