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The Sigma Phi Society (Mens Death Cult or Elite Society)

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posted on May, 17 2006 @ 08:17 AM
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Even the Skull and Bones had published documents and catalogues. Hmmmm not so secret than no? The catalogue gave only members names and brief, very brief histories. It doesn't give anything away with respect to rituals or anything like that. It did mention briefly a connection to the Masons.




posted on Sep, 19 2006 @ 08:55 PM
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I've read all of your conjectures and theories regarding sig, and I must say that they are very entertaining. While Sigma Phi is a very old and fascinating institution held dear by all its members, you will find it a waste of time if "death cult conspiracy" is what you're after. You should also avoid making desultory remarks about many wonderful people that you don't know.

Let me dispel the mystery for you right now; at its core, Sig simply strives to emphasize the excellence of character and the most humane dimensions of all its bretheren. It is a brotherly celebration of life and all of it's greatest treasures, not death. Sorry, no skull f*ing sacrificial victims, no ritual mutilations of any kind. Yes, there have been several noteworthy Sigs that stand out prominently in American History, such as Elihu Root, but Sig is not a conglomeration of old society puppetmasters controling government or anyone else. If Sigs have climbed to lofty positions, career oriented or otherwise, it has been through merit of achievement and intelligence, not by any other means. It is not a rich boy's club. Sig thrives upon the diversity and multifaceted backgrounds of its constituent members. The nature of a worthy candidate transcends social status, ethnicity, nationality, political affiliation, sexual orientation, shoe size, etc... The one thing they all have in common: outstanding character, and a profound thankfulness for having been bonded in brotherhood. Taking into account all of the positive aspects of such an old and enduring institution, you would do well to avoid stigmatizing it with macabre falsehoods.

Want to be in Sig? Go to an American University where one of its many chapters resides, study hard, play hard, be a great guy, and pursue your life's passions with a burning and everlasting intensity.



posted on Sep, 19 2006 @ 10:15 PM
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There is no Sigma Phi Society Chapter @ American.

Sorry to say...

-- Boat



posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 07:49 AM
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Are you kidding, Boatphone? If an online forum could roll its eyes, there would be a mighty arc traced here. Indeed, no one said there was a Sig chapter at American University. Look again. Do you use your eyes when you read? Where is your head @? Am I to understand that the content of my message was ignored for the sake of an imaginary error that you manifested? Fiesty debunker ain'tcha. I thank you for the glaring confirmation that my contributions here were a waste of time.
I feel a modicum of shame for even making the effort to scold you, but could you have presented a juicier target? Keep thinking...



posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 04:27 PM
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Originally posted by Boatphone

Originally posted by umwolves123
my dad was in Alpha Sigma Phi in college, is this the same thing?


Nope, Sigma Phi Society is different than Alpha Sigma Phi. Anyone know of Sigma Phi Society members? Chapters, been inside??


Sigma Phi was at my school. I went to a party at their house once, and one of the guys in their house sold drugs to one of the guys in my house. Seemed like a typical frat.
The chapter at my school, as well as many other fraternity chapters at my school, was suffering from low membership. Their situation was particularly bad because one year all their pledges were foreign exchange studens who were just studying in the USA for one year, and after that year they left, so effectively they had zero pledges for the year.
And that is all I know.



posted on Nov, 16 2006 @ 10:10 PM
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First off, Sphinx's argument was f*ckin diesel.. but i personally believe that thesigma phi was more than simply excellence of character and brethren nonsense. I believe that this secret society is at the foundation of the religion, on the morals on which we all stand. Some of my friends pledged there and were highly secretive, and they were always doing research on their fraternity. Three or four times I would walk in on them studying and find books about the Bible, or the creation of life. I even heard one of them talking to a Brother about Jesus' lineage once, but they not only switched topics when I got there but completely denied the fact that they had been speaking on that topic. Although I liked the direction whatever asshole Sphinx shat on was going with the whole death cult thing, I believe that the Sigma Phi is a society based on brotherhood that, at its core, defends the legacy of the Merovingians. I guess that if we are going to go along with Sphinx's argument (and who would choose to disagree) then we would have to accept the fact that the fraternity is based on character, excellence thereof. But, on a deeper note, we also must accept the fact that the sigma phi have remained cautiously secretive, and this must be for a reason. There is something fishier going on here. I even heard that these guys get to learn how to fly and actually get to meet Jesus' last descendant, who then takes them on a trip to do crazy drugs and have sex with superior beings, which then allows them to not only achieve so much in life but procreate and keep that high level of rich-boy-ness that has been around at the sigma phi for the past.. say.. 7000 years?


[edit on 16-11-2006 by FranceBombsAmerica]


FLT

posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 02:03 PM
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Let me tell you guys one thing. You guys are trying to dig into something where there's no entry. You think you may know whatever it is that you find on the internet as to be true or speculative, but you do not possess the ability nor the capaciy to even know where to start in discovering the secrets of the Sigma Phi Society nor can any of you even fathom the depth in which you are digging. Even if you did think you discovered a secret you wouldn't have the knowledge to even understand the meaning, symbolism, or significance behind it. My advise to let it be. It's beyond your dimension as filthy individuals of this world to understand the significance and beauty of the Sigma Phi Society. I speak on behalf of the many bretheren of the Sigma Phi Society.



posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 05:58 PM
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Originally posted by FLT
Let me tell you guys one thing.


Just one?




You guys are trying to dig into something where there's no entry. You think you may know whatever it is that you find on the internet as to be true or speculative,


A: How do you know what we think? and

B: Is it "true" or "speculative"



but you do not possess the ability nor the capaciy to even know where to start in discovering the secrets of the Sigma Phi Society


And you know this how? Do you know any of us personally? If not, how you KNOW what ability or capacity any of us possess?


nor can any of you even fathom the depth in which you are digging.


Again, without knowing any of us (you certainly don't know me and I don't know you) how do you KNOW what any of us can fathom?



Even if you did think you discovered a secret you wouldn't have the knowledge to even understand the meaning, symbolism, or significance behind it.


Like how to pick up cocktail onions with ones buttocks? Deep fraternity secret, there.




My advise to let it be. It's beyond your dimension as filthy individuals of this world


Hmmm..."filthy individuals of this world" Sounds like someone's a bit miffed. Are you a "clean individual of another world" Hm? Or a college kid who thinks his frat is the only one with secret hand-shakes and ceremonies?



to understand the significance and beauty


Significant and beautiful to YOU, certainly? Not significant at all to most of us. Won't be overly significant to you in a few years when you're an alum and realize that when college frats gather in secret...most of 'em do the same silly stuff and call it "secret"



I speak on behalf of the many bretheren of the Sigma Phi Society.


Really, now? Did the national hq authorize you to do so? Or are you just saying that.

Listen FLT (by the way is that "Friendship, Love and Truth" by chance?) I don't believe anyone's posted your frats secret ritual on-line here at ATS, we were just discussing some aspects of various societies...Sigma Phi included. Like I said above, some day when you've been an alum for a while, you'll find yourself talking with a good buddy of yours who was a Pike or a Sig Ep about all the "super secret" things you did. You'll probably even exchange secret handshakes with him and laugh about how silly and useless they really are in the real world.

But do have fun while you're still in college. Fraternities are a good thing. don't let my comments above or the fact that I'm a "filthy individual of this world" lead you to think that I believe otherwise.

FLT!



posted on Dec, 16 2006 @ 06:15 PM
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Originally posted by FLT
Let me tell you guys one thing. You guys are trying to dig into something where there's no entry. You think you may know whatever it is that you find on the internet as to be true or speculative, but you do not possess the ability nor the capaciy to even know where to start in discovering the secrets of the Sigma Phi Society nor can any of you even fathom the depth in which you are digging. Even if you did think you discovered a secret you wouldn't have the knowledge to even understand the meaning, symbolism, or significance behind it. My advise to let it be. It's beyond your dimension as filthy individuals of this world to understand the significance and beauty of the Sigma Phi Society. I speak on behalf of the many bretheren of the Sigma Phi Society.


I knew members of your fraternity in college. There was nothing really impressive about them. As I recall, they were greasy tweakers. How those particular fellows could be from another "dimension" unlike the rest of us "filthy individuals" baffles me.



posted on Dec, 22 2006 @ 02:40 PM
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Whoa there, FLT! Appak needs to relax as well. Too much negativity from both parties! Can't imagine how FLT got that chip on his shoulder. How 'bout a bit of decorum, bro?

There's no doubt that some of the speculations on this page are pretty outlandish, and could use a dose of reality. Honestly though, I do love FBA's bit about the Merovingians & sex with superior beings. Excellent exposition my creative friend, truly.

FLT, it's one thing to protect what's dear to you, but is it necessary to drop a debaucherous stink-bomb everywhere? Likewise, Appak- you don't know who is reading this stuff, so why run the risk of offending better behaved brethren of the Sigma Phi? Obviously, FLT was a bit overzealous in rebuking some of the imaginative "conspiracy" digging that goes on here. Otherwise I would agree that there is little point in this forum flailing about for unobtainable secrets. Really, Appak, why stick your neck out like that?

Chop Chop! How can you assume, Mr.Appak, that a true Sig Brother doesn't carry his secrets to the grave? I don't think you have any jurisdiction to state for certain that a member of Sigma Phi loses the slightest modicum of loyalty or respect for their beloved Society after becoming a College or University alumni. Exactly how can you be so sure that Sigma Phi is really just another Animal House haze fest? For the record, everyone lives in their own dimension- make of it what you will...

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[edit on 22-12-2006 by sphinx sigh]



posted on Dec, 22 2006 @ 03:51 PM
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Originally posted by sphinx sigh
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Whoa there, FLT! Appak needs to relax as well. [snip snip]
Chop Chop! How can you assume, Mr.Appak, that a true Sig Brother doesn't carry his secrets to the grave? I don't think you have any jurisdiction to state for certain that a member of Sigma Phi loses the slightest modicum of loyalty or respect for their beloved Society after becoming a College or University alumni. Exactly how can you be so sure that Sigma Phi is really just another Animal House haze fest? For the record, everyone lives in their own dimension- make of it what you will...
[edit on 22-12-2006 by sphinx sigh]


sphinx sigh,

I honestly don't know what you're talking about.

"Jurisdiction" Did you REALLY say "jurisdiction"? BWA HA HA HA HA

I didn't divulge ANY secrets, unless FLT means what I suggested "Friendship, Love and Truth" and if it DOES, it was stolen from the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) www.ioof.org who've been using it for MUCH longer than your college fart.

Nor do I know that any "true Sig brother" as you say, doesn't carry his secrets to the grave. I was trying to make a point to FLT (a point you obviously missed). But don't presume to come on board here and tell me that I need to "relax" There's nothing tense about me. As for jurisdiction...well, we'll see.


Believe me sphinx sigh, I mean you no harm, but you obviously carry your feelings on your shoulder just like FLT. I was a "college boy" once and thought my college fart's secrets were deep stuff. But, when I grew up I realized that a couple of hand shakes and some lectures on morality and history, some neat robes and swords were nice, but not earth-shattering. Heck, it was just like every other farternity was doing in one way or the other.

You'll figure that out some day.

In the mean time, take your own unsolicited advice...relax.





[edit on 22-12-2006 by Appak]


M74

posted on Dec, 23 2006 @ 09:26 PM
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The first is Kappa Alpha.

Kappa Alpha Society, to be more specific, as opposed to the later founding of the Kappa Alpha Order. More people are familiar with the latter, so we'll try to avoid the confusion.

Sigma Phi is just another member of the Union Triad, nothing special other than the fact that they represent 1/3 of the leg that built the system for "social" fraternities. They're just like any other college Greek letter organization.

[edit on 23-12-2006 by M74]



posted on Dec, 24 2006 @ 11:06 AM
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Is the second oldest greek social fraternal organization in the United States. The Union College chapter is oldest fraternity chapter in the U.S. It is actually on 10 colleges. It does want to keep small and has declined requests for chapters at Yale, Amherst, Bowdoin, Dartmouth, Trinity, University of Washington and some other colleges.

Danica



posted on Jan, 12 2007 @ 01:51 AM
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Kappa Alpha Society was a debate club right?



posted on Jan, 13 2007 @ 07:50 AM
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Originally posted by bigred1000
Kappa Alpha Society was a debate club right?


Baird's Manual of Fraternities says "Kappa Alpha Society is the oldest secret brotherhood of a social and literary character..." after describing the founding and naming early members, it goes on to say "Thus was started a movement destined to be the most powerful and universal factor of a social nature in American college life."

Stevens' 'Cyclopedia of Fraternities says "It began as a social club in a private school, in 1823, and two years later...blossomed out as a secret brotherhood in mainifest imitation of Phi Beta Kappa."



posted on Jul, 11 2008 @ 01:02 PM
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I am a Sigma Phi member and I am cracking the hell up reading this. FACT: yes, it is the oldest fraternity by default because the first "greek letter society" lost its chapter not long after it started, we were the second. FACT: we do keep it small in membership and I wont elaborate on why. FACT: there is NO DEATH obsessions or cult actions going on. FACT: most Sigma Phi chapters are unique in comparison to other fraternities within their schools - the non frat frat, we are actually a "Society" not a fraternity. There is NO dark magic or any crap of that sort. What happens inside the walls of Sigma Phi does create a brotherly bond between its members that usually lasts for life and I CAN tell you that we don't spend time doing stupid meaningless hazing. That is for the meat head fraternities i.e. all other ones. (sorry other frat dudes, but this is true) Anyone who has been part of it would agree. I hold Sigma Phi very close to my heart even after 12 years of graduating from college. Sorry guys, no conspiracies here.



posted on Aug, 7 2008 @ 08:33 AM
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I go to Hamilton college. We have a Sig chapter and they are absolutely a secret society. I've only seen them together once. My friends and I walked into the woods to smoke and we stumbled upon them doing some kind of ritual. We tried to get close, but the second we did, they all scattered. We came back the next morning to check the area out, and there was a skull burnt into the grass and what looked like a pledge pin with the sig phi symbol on it. I've still got the pin. Other than that one time, you would never even know they were on campus if the school didn't post it on our list of societies.



posted on Aug, 10 2008 @ 12:41 PM
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Sigma Phi doesn't haze? Please. I wasn't a member but some of my friends were and I know they hazed. Nothing more than any other fraternity, but they did haze.



posted on Aug, 14 2008 @ 02:13 PM
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I wasn't hazed. What society's want members who gives up their dignity so willingly?



posted on Feb, 3 2009 @ 12:26 PM
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Do you know what BSL stands for?




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