The video may have been released by the Bonesmen themselves, as it shows only things which a caretaker or maintenance person might have access to.
This would serve the purpose of satisfying the public curiosity of revealing the material infrastructures barred from public view by high walls and
locked doors. Yet it does nothing in the least to satisfy our far more legitimate questions about what actually does lie behind the TOMB and who the
Bonesmen really are.
Skull & Bones gains upon tapping the shoulder of an heir to a large fortune, direct transfer of ownership of 10% of their Estate's Assets and
Revenues. This is called "Tithing" (giving a tenth) and the wealth thus amassed is controlled by the Skull & Bones Opium Empire founded Russell
Here is a brief image analysis of this video:
We note that the exploration starts above the ground floor level, something difficult to understand without an architectural floor plan of the site.
The person filming appears to be female, in the staircase you can notice her white shoes stepping in front of a chiffon dress similar to a wedding
gown or a prom dress. More power to her if she's the real thing.
Then, at minute 0:45 we see a small angle chamber with a painting which is clearly an oil on canvas painted by what appears to be a fledgling American
academic school Ipainter of no great talent. It displays a still life of skulls with a lit candle. Such still life paintings were found in German
art of the 17th and early 18th centuries and prove nothing other than that we were shown a cheaply staged image. It has no overwhelming symbolic
value unless it represents the skulls of certain parties which are held in the Tomb, for example those of the Kennedy family, etc.
Nobody would normally leave a painting for any extended length of time a painting on a potentially humid stone floor. It is however not leaning
against an equally humid stone wall but was positioned in delicate balance against the edge of a brick column several inches away from the wall. The
precarious placement of the artifact in this sequence shows this to be presumably "staged", maybe to trivialize the Tomb as a college fraternity
glee club with a morbid sense of humor.
Next is shown the courtyard fountain, nothing new as photos of this have been circulating for years. It is clearly, if you examine the shape of its
basin, designed for receiving a hefty physical body along with the accessory function of enabling it to recover in its drain whatever is delivered in
liquid form. It drains apparently either into the room behind or to an underground location, at minute 1:24 we notice a basement air vent in the
middle of the cobblestone ground pavement.
At minute 1:45 we notice something revealing of the secret nature of an organization which is possibly the most wealthy in the world, that they
prevent maintenance crews from accessing the premises as is noted by the peeling paint on the wall in front of a large sculpture subject to quite a
few years of degradation. It appears to not be cast in bronze as the shield and arm show loss of patina meaning it is either sculpted wood or molded
plaster of dubious artistic quality enlarging its dating from the 19th to the 20th century. It represents a Knight Templar placing his hand on his
shield, and the absence of a sword coincides with an appearance similar to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, co-founder of the Templars with Hugues of
At minute 1:57 we see a wider view of the encased sacrificial fountain surmounted by a broad high mounted stone or plaster frontispiece which is
tarnished by soot from torches, candles or bonfire, protruding to protect a large-windowed chamber between the two towers. The staircase besides the
fountain then leads us down to an open outdoors gravel passageway between the courtyard garden and the adjacent building's lineup of dungeon-like
iron bar basement windows.
They then show us the flashlight lit interior of a squalid basement room open to the outside which looks as if it may have been squatted by homeless
people, except for the presence of a wooden pillar appearing to have been used as an altar and an old disheveled coffin with rusted handles propped up
against the wall. Is this really representative of the squalor of their initiation premises? And during those rites is the coffin "garnished" with
someone close to the initiate? The wear and tear on the interior garnishing points to bodies, living or not, being placed inside, some so tall at to
tug away at the upper part of the inner padding where the head goes. Unfortunately this short video clip ends just before the author is about to
enter the staircase on the opposite side of the sacrificial fountain.
I know by personal account only of a single initiate, a courageous war veteran who nonetheless wept for weeks after his own initiation into Skull &
Bones. Draw your own conclusions as to what goes on. If you care to delve further into what the Tomb may serve as a purpose and what Skull & Bones
is probably actually all about, here's a link to a post in another thread:
The Order of Death: Eugenics, Genocide and a Genetically Engineered Final
Solution for a New World Order