As reported in today’s news briefs, there’s a news story currently getting quite a bit of play in the mainstream media regarding the theft of the bones of the famous Native American leader ‘Geronimo’ by the Yale secret society Skull and Bones. For those interested in checking out the original source of information, it is this article in the current Yale Alumni magazine (also available in its original format as a PDF). There’s also a more skeptical article here.
Skull and Bones counts both U.S. presidential contenders in 2004 (George W. Bush and John Kerry), as well as numerous other important individuals in high finance and government, among its members. Interestingly, in his investigation of the society Antony C. Sutton described their philosophy as Hegelian, in that they strove to control opposite sides of a conflict, in order to control the outcome (perfectly fitting the most recent U.S. presidential election). It has long been rumoured that they stole the bones of Geronimo, but this new revelation adds some circumstantial evidence to that rumour.