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The conspiracies swirling the death of Justice Antonin Scalia are now going to go nuclear with a bombshell revelation by the Washington Post that the late justice was attending a gathering of a very elite secret society at the Cibolo Creek Ranch in Presidio County, Texas when he supposedly died in his sleep. It's called the International Order of St. Hubertus, an order of elite hunters originally founded in 1695 by Count Franz Anton von Sporck in the former Kingdom of Bohemia, which was then part of the Habsburg Empire and current day Czech Republic.
The story couldn't get any creepier. St. Hiberius' American chapter was launched at the infamous Bohemian Club in 1966. The Bohemian Club is an elite all-male gathering of the nation's most powerful that meets in a remote wooded area outside of San Francisco where members frolic in the nude, worship a large, carved wooden owl, which Nixon railed against on one of his Oval Office recordings as being "the most faggy Goddamn thing you could ever imagine."
WTF is going on in the world of the global elite bloodlines? It's almost as if they are having a private civil war among themselves
originally posted by: IAMTAT
MOST, if not ALL of what the WaPo reveals in this article...was uncovered earlier though ATS member research in this existing thread:
Still the most exhaustively researched book written about “The Work” as it is referred to by its members, Their Kingdom Come (1997, 2006) by Robert Hutchison, a Canadian financial journalist, traces the growth of Opus Dei financial power “by all available means” - deception, dirty tricks, even “physical muscle” like poisonings which mimic heart attacks. “What gives Opus Dei its importance is the influence it wields and also that it deploys its immense financial resources…Opus Dei knows very well that money rules the world,” Javier Sainz Moreno, professor of Law at Madrid University, told Hutchison. One of their goals was to control the Vatican’s wealth, now closer than ever to being realized.