Wow, you guys weren't kidding... whew! I don't imagine she had any trouble getting people to talk to her, that is if they could keep from
st-st-studdering and becoming destracted.
I'm with you Shadow, she could interview me any time!
I will definitely read the book, as S&B is one of those organizations that there is so much speculation about, maybe this woman actually discovered
something worthwhile? I don't know but I'm sure it will be an interesting read.
No I havent read the book but I do like the picture of the author. She is smokin HOT!!! She is just as about as hot as the chicks here in the
springs(CO)!! But anyways no i havent read the book. Ill look in the local library for it.
I have read it. A lot of good information and very intresting. The author was in a Yale secret society herself wich is Scroll and Key so she is
probably one of the better sources to get information from.
::Aero skeptically checks the web site provided by this thread's author::
"Oh.. My God"
::Aero draws the blinds::
lol but seriously whod have thought... not to make this about how hot that author is... i think that goes without saying... but as far as Skull and
Bones goes whats the general thoughts on the fraternity? Overtly evil .. involved in taking over the world? Whats the concensus among you ats rogue
The Skull and Bones Society (the Brotherhood of Death, Knights of Eulogia) seems to be the major American branch of the Bavarian Illuminati. Since
the Illuminati infiltrated and took over Freemasonry back in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, I suppose that would place S&B fairly close to
the top of the secret society food chain. Still that doesn't mean they don't take orders from others. The most powerful men and institutions in
the world are probably those we hear the least about. Like the Rothschilds for example.
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