posted on Nov, 27 2009 @ 01:11 AM
In search feature there was a thread on 322; it was a few years old. I read it and no one came up with this information, so I decided to start a new
thread that is not just a guessing game as was the other thread.
The Seven Society (est. 1905) was secret society associated with University of Virginia.
Members are only revealed after their death, when a wreath of black magnolias in the shape of a "7" is placed at the gravesite, the bell tower of
the University Chapel chimes at seven-second intervals on the seventh dissonant chord when it is seven past the hour
There are several societies that have "Seven" in their names, although it is said they are not related, they all seem to have roots in Virginia and
are affiliated with university campuses.
The Seven Society, Order of the Crown and Dagger
Mystical Seven Society
Here is one of special interest:
A fourth unrelated society, is the Seven Society (The Club) at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. Established in 1927, the name of the
organization was originally the "East Carolina Men's Social Club" until it was changed to "Seven Society" in 1962 for reasons unknown. The sign
of this society is the same as that of the Seven Society at the University of Virginia, except that the numbers "322" appear beneath the "7."
Logo and additional info at link referrenced.