...but you don't know what it is. Do you, Mr Jones?" sang Bob Dylan.
Unfortunately it is self-evident that in many very serious ways, we inhabit a planet that in is very messed up, or at the very least that we are a species that is pretty confused. That the key figures of worldly power could reasonably enough be described as satanists/luciferians can hardly be said to be helping matters. See, for example, the Skull & Bones Society at Yale, its club logo shown above, including Daddy Bush, just left of clock- also known as the Brotherhood of Death Society- two of whose members, in Bush and Kerry, contested the last US Presidential election. The society's members are drawn from elite families of worldly power - strictly no riff-raff. George W. Bush described his experience there as "so secret we can't talk about it". And when asked what it meant that he and Bush were both Bonesmen, John Kerry said, "Not much because it's a secret." Democracy, don't you just love it.
A couple of secretly shot images of the society merged above, and a short extract of a recording from a Skull & Bones inititation ritual here, to give a clearer idea of what goes on in the hallowed temples of secrecy. Why the elites of US society are involved in extremely bizarre rituals, screaming about the devil and lying naked masturbating in coffins, is quite an interesting question. And if one were to try to slander the holy name of people like the Bushes, that they are invloved in such activities, about which they are sworn to secrecy: such notions would presumably be far, far beyond what anyone would claim, due to their being far too ludicrous to be believed. Except- an upset for expectations here- for the fact that it's true. As author Bill Cooper, himself killed by the authorities, wrote:
Members of the Order (Skull and Bones) take an oath that absolves them from any allegiance to any nation or king or government or constitution, and that includes the negating of any subsequent oath which they may be required to take. They swear allegiance only to the Order and its goal of a New World Order...according to the oath Bush took when he was initiated into Skull and Bones, his oath of office as President of the United States means nothing." (Cooper, Behold A Pale Horse, p. 81-82).
And some very pointed words in a speech by the soon to be disposed of President, John F Kennedy:
The very word 'secrecy' is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings.
Someone it seems was beginning to stray from the script. A dramatic plotline was needed to put things back on course.
Skull and Bones is unsurprisingly- once one arises from psychological somnambulism- far from a unique instance of the death obsesesed elitist secret society in the US, as shown with this list here.
Tangentially, one should realise that the Nazis are often described as an instance of an atheistically motivated bunch. This is the laziest, most facile of interpretations, as with the merest of efforts one sees that the Nazis were a spiritually charged movement, intrinsically tied to occultism, such as the Thule Society - also called the Brotherhood of Death Society, of which the Skull and Bones/ Brotherhood of Death Society is a spiritual brother. This occultic essence the subject of this four part documentary, The Occult History of the Third Reich.
And to approach an end with a quote that has gained in attention of late, from the letter of Paul to the Ephesians, 6:12:
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against
principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the
darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high
Ever consider the version of reality presented via the mass-media might differ somewhat in essence from the essence of reality? As Victor Pelevin writes: "The dog watches the stick, but the lion watches the person who throws it." Though of course our eminent intellectual pygmies would service some wonderful reasons as to why all the above is of little interest, simply comical that anyone should find strange a US Presidential election contested by people of such a society. Though admittedly, they would more likely enact a performance of dignified silence, such issues being far beneath their inflated selves, and hope that silence would better remove the offending issues from undesired view. As Aldous Huxley wrote: Great is truth, but still greater, from a practical point of view, is silence about truth. By simply not mentioning certain subjects... totalitarian propagandists have influenced opinion much more effectively than they could have by the most eloquent denunciations.