America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones

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Breaking 170 years of secrecy, this intriguing expos? takes a behind-the-scenes look at Yale's mysterious society, the Order of the Skull and Bones, and its prominent members, numbering among them Tafts, Rockefellers, Pillsburys, and Bushes. Explored is how Skull and Bones initiates have become senators, judges, cabinet secretaries, spies, titans of finance and industry, and even U.S. presidents, including George W. Bush. This book reveals that far from being a campus fraternity, the society is more concerned ...
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Overview

Breaking 170 years of secrecy, this intriguing exposé takes a behind-the-scenes look at Yale's mysterious society, the Order of the Skull and Bones, and its prominent members, numbering among them Tafts, Rockefellers, Pillsburys, and Bushes. Explored is how Skull and Bones initiates have become senators, judges, cabinet secretaries, spies, titans of finance and industry, and even U.S. presidents, including George W. Bush. This book reveals that far from being a campus fraternity, the society is more concerned with the success of its members in the postcollegiate world. Included are a verified membership list, rare reprints of original Order materials revealing the interlocking power centers dominated by Bonesmen, and a peek inside the Tomb, their 140-year-old private clubhouse.

Author Biography: Antony C. Sutton was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and an economics professor at California State University, Los Angeles. He was the author of 21 books, including Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780972020749
  • Publisher: Trine Day
  • Publication date: 4/28/2004
  • Pages: 335
  • Sales rank: 437,448
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Table of Contents

An Introduction to the Order
Authors Preface vii
Memorandum Number 1 Is there a conspiracy explanation for recent history? 1
Memorandum Number 2 The Order. What it is and how it began 5
Memorandum Number 3 How much is known about The Order? 11
Memorandum Number 4 Who is in this secret society? 17
Memorandum Number 5 What organizations has it penetrated? 25
Memorandum Number 6 Operations of The Order 30
Memorandum Number 7 How The Order relates to the CFR and Trilaterals 36
Memorandum Number 8 The Chain of Influence: how it works 41
Memorandum Number 9 The Bundy Operation 47
Memorandum Number 10 Keeping the lid on the pot 53
How the Order Controls Education
Memorandum Number 1 It all began at Yale 62
Memorandum Number 2 The look-say reading scam 71
Memorandum Number 3 The Illuminati Connection 77
Memorandum Number 4 The Leipzig Connection 81
Memorandum Number 5 The Baltimore Scheme 88
Memorandum Number 6 The Troika spreads its wings 92
Memorandum Number 7 The Order's objective for education 101
Memorandum Number 8 Summary 107
Memorandum Number 9 Conclusions and recommendations 110
How the Order Creates War and Revolution
Memorandum Number 1 Created Conflict and the Dialectic Process 117
Memorandum Number 2 Operational Vehicles for Conflict Creation 124
Memorandum Number 3 Thesis: The Order Creates the Soviet Union 138
Memorandum Number 4 Antithesis: Financing the Nazis 164
Memorandum Number 5 Angola and China--the New Dialectic 175
The Secret Cult of the Order
Memorandum Number 1 Introduction to the Cult of The Order 185
Memorandum Number 2 Organization of The Order 191
Memorandum Number 3 Ritual of The Order 200
Memorandum Number 4 Satanic aspects of The Order 207
Memorandum Number 5 Is The Order also Illuminati? 212
Reprints of Rare Material on the Order
Item Number 1 Anonymous Skull & Bones 216
Item Number 2 Anonymous The Fall of Skull & Bones 227
Item Number 3 The Iconoclast 238
Item Number 4 Four Years at Yale "Senior Societies" 248
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2011

    random info

    This book is mainly about bonesmen that are dead and still alive, and how they changed the U.S.A.

    There are about 3 billion living skull and bones members alive today. Every year the group chooses 15 new members to become part of the skull and bones.

    I like this book because it has a lot of information about the skull and bones. I dislike this book because most of it is not true. I thought it was very easy to read because I know most of the stuff about it but the average person would have to do a lot of history and research to know everything they are talking about in the book. I would only recommend this book to those who have certain beliefs. I would also recommend this book to anyone who enjoys history and different brain washing words. My age recommendation would probably be 17 and older

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2003

    The Ultimate in Scholarly Research

    Sutton's history of The Order is unique in that it focuses primarily on how some members of this elite group at Yale were successful in changing America from a free, republican form of government to a collectivist one which places the state's/corporations' interests above those of the individual. Of particular interest is Sutton's discussion in detail of the Order's role in changing America's education system from academics to behavior modification (brain washing) using Pavlovian/Wundtian/Hegelian methods useful for animal training but not for the education of human beings. This is the system which brought us the dumbing down of our children. As one with close ties to the Order I recommend this book to anyone searching for a scholarly account of the activities of Bonesmen involved in the reorganization of our country and the world.

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