Sunday, March 3, 2019

Skull and Bones: A Fascist Cult

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Skull and Bones is the most well known of the secret societies based at Yale University, in New Haven, Connecticut. It was founded in 1832 by William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft, two students who were not admitted into Phi Beta Kappa. The first Skull and Bones class, or “cohort,” was in 1833. The society’s current membership rosters and activities are not disclosed to the public. It is a “senior society,” which inducts only upcoming seniors, for the year prior to their graduation.

Skull and Bones is known by many names, including The Order of Death,” The Order,” The Eulogian Club,” and Lodge 322. Initiates are most commonly known as Bonesmen, Knights of Eulogia, and Boodle Boys. The women who have recently become members would be known as Boneswomen, Ladies of Eulogia, and Boodle Girls.

Its corporate name is the Russell Trust Association. In 1999 it had assets of $4,133,246. It owns Deer Island, one of the Thousand Islands in the waterway between the United States and Canada, which was given to the Order by one of its early benefactor families.

The society sometimes inspires a fanatical loyalty. Members have been known to stab the Bones insignia into their flesh to keep it on them while showering or swimming.  (more...)


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