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    Robert Michael Gates (born September 25, 1943) is currently serving as the 22nd United States Secretary of Defense. He took office on December 18, 2006.[1] Prior to this, Gates served for 26 years in the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Council, and under President George H. W. Bush as Director of Central Intelligence. After leaving the CIA, Gates became president of Texas A&M University and was a member of several corporate boards. Gates also served as a member of the Iraq Study Group, the bipartisan commission co-chaired by James A. Baker III and Lee Hamilton, that has studied the Iraq campaign. He was also the first pick to serve as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security when it was created following the September 11, 2001 attacks, but he declined the appointment in order to remain President of Texas A&M University.[2]

    A native of Wichita, Kansas, Gates attained the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and received the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the BSA.[3][4] He graduated from Wichita East High School in 1961, reportedly with straight A's.[5] Gates then won a scholarship to attend the College of William and Mary where he graduated in 1965 with a B.A. in European history. At William & Mary, Gates was an active member and president of the Alpha Phi Omega (the national service fraternity) Chapter and the Young Republicans; he was also the business manager for the William and Mary Review, a literary and art magazine.[6] At his William & Mary graduation ceremony, Gates received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award naming him the graduate that "has made the greatest contribution to his fellow man." [7] Gates then went on to receive a master's degree in history from Indiana University in 1966, and a Ph.D. in Russian and Soviet history from Georgetown University in 1974. He received an L.H.D. (Doctor of Humane Letters) from William & Mary in 1998.


    October 24 (legislative day, September 19), 1991.


    The nominee, Robert Michael Gates, is 48, a native of Kansas,
    and now lives in Virginia. He is married with two children.
    He graduated with honors from the College of William and Mary
    in 1965, received a Masters degree from Indiana University in
    1966; and a PH.D. from Georgetown University in 1974.


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    John Forbes Kerry (born December 11, 1943) is the junior United States Senator from Massachusetts, in his fourth term of office. As the Presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, he was defeated in the 2004 presidential election by the Republican incumbent President George W. Bush. Senator Kerry is currently the Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. He is a Vietnam Veteran, and was a spokesman for Vietnam Veterans Against the War when he returned home from service. Before entering Senate, he served as a District Attorney and Lt. Governor of Massachusetts under Michael Dukakis, also a future Democratic Presidential nominee.


    Law school and early political career (1972–1985)

    After Kerry's 1972 defeat, he and his wife bought a house in Lowell. He spent some time working as a fundraiser for the Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE), an international humanitarian organization. He decided that the best way for him to continue in public life was to study law[citation needed]. In September 1973, he entered Boston College Law School at Newton, Massachusetts. In July 1974, while attending law school, Kerry was named executive director of Mass Action, a Massachusetts advocacy association.



    John F. Kerry sits with fellow classmates during his 1976 graduation from Boston College Law School. (Photo courtesy of University Archives)

    An Alum's Presidential Bid Falls Short

    The 2004 election drew special scrutiny at Boston College, the alma mater of Democratic nominee US Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.), a 1976 graduate of BC Law School. Kerry's old moot-court coach was following this week's vote closely to see if his former charge, impressive in the presidential debates, would seal the final argument at the ballot box.

    "He's the first student of mine to run for the presidency, so I'm watching with great interest," BC Law Advocacy Programs Director Thomas Carey JD '65, who coached 1976 grad Kerry on BC's National Moot Court Team, said last week.

    The skill Kerry showed in the presidential debates he honed at BC Law as a winner of the Grimes Moot Court Competition in his second year, and as a 3L on the National Moot Court Team that won the New England regional championships, said Carey, who teaches appellate advocacy as a part-time member of the BC Law faculty.


    "Even more specifically," McIntyre said, "John and Teresa hosted a dinner for Fr. Leahy and me and for a small group of alumni in Washington a few years ago at his home in Georgetown. It was a relatively small group, maybe 20 or 25 people, but it was very, very cordial and warm event. John spoke about Boston College and Teresa spoke about her and her family's association with the Jesuits over the years starting in South Africa."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    dont assume, if would have taken the time out to read the first two posts you'll see where i show all the factual sources, also if your aware of secret societies imo it would be beneficial to know who's who

    the sole purpose of these threads is to informed people and to awaken them
    I was just curious what the agenda was because you have several of these sorts of threads. I'm not accusing you of jumping to conclusions I'm just curious if I should read this at face value or it you are making a wider claim. This isn't Palehorse crap this is the real "secret society" stuff. I'm just curious if you had an agenda. You don't seem to.

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    nah man, my works been on david icke countless blogs, and all the other shit, the information is for people to become more aware, Pale has alot of useful information, most see it as him rambling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    nah man, my works been on david icke countless blogs, and all the other shit, the information is for people to become more aware, Pale has alot of useful information, most see it as him rambling
    David Icke...

    You lost me. Thats just paranoid. He's probably got good intentions but that's not a realistic line of thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoarzHeadBoy View Post
    David Icke...

    You lost me. Thats just paranoid. He's probably got good intentions but that's not a realistic line of thinking.
    im speaking of his site not of his work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allahs_Disciple View Post
    im speaking of his site not of his work

    Because odds are he's a paranoid schizophrenic and while that's not evil or something its not a pillar of wisdom.

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    Denzel Hayes Washington, Jr. (born December 28, 1954) is a two-time Academy Award- winning American actor and director. He has garnered much critical acclaim for his portrayals of several real-life figures, such as Steve Biko, Malcolm X, Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, Frank Lucas, and Herman Boone.


    Washington went on to college at the University of Oregon but not doing well dropped out. Washington attained a B.A. in Drama and Journalism from Fordham University in 1977. At Fordham he played collegiate basketball under coach P. J. Carlesimo. He still found time to pursue his interest in acting, and after graduation he went to San Francisco, American Conservatory Theatre for one year.


    Albers, once a student of the late Robert W. Stone, Ph.D., the former Fordham English professor who mentored Denzel Washington (FCLC ’77), is also up for a 2007 Writer’s Guild Award for his work on the O’Brien show. Albers has been a writer on the show since 1995, and was elected president of the Writers Guild East in 2005.


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    Robert "Bobby" Baer (born July 1, 1952), is an author and former case officer at the Central Intelligence Agency.

    Baer was raised in Aspen, Colorado and aspired to become a professional skier. After a poor academic performance during his freshman year at high school, his mother sent him to Indiana's Culver Military Academy. In 1976, after graduating from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and entering the University of California, Berkeley, Baer decided to join the CIA's Directorate of Operations (DO) as a case officer. Upon admittance to the CIA, Baer engaged in a year's training, which included a four-month paramilitary course.


    As a teenager in Aspen, Colorado, Robert Baer wanted to be a professional ski racer. His mother, dismayed at his low academic grades, packed him off to military school. Eight years later, in 1976, after graduating from Georgetown University School of Foreign Services in Washington DC, he decided to join the CIA, which in those days was much in the news as scandal followed scandal. For Baer, the CIA "seemed for a moment like romance itself". The agency is divided into two houses, a Directorate of Intelligence (DI) and a Directorate of Operations (DO), the latter made up of information collectors, "case officers". Baer was accepted into the DO and began a year-long training cycle, including a four-month paramilitary course.


    Unfortunately, Robert Baer is not mentioned on Georgetown official site as being an SFS alumnus.

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    King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein (Arabic: الملك عبدالله الثاني ابن الحسين) is the King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. He became king of Jordan on February 7th, 1999 after the passing of his father King Hussein.[1] King Abdullah is part of the Hashemite family and is reportedly the 43rd-generation direct descendant of prophet Muhammad.[1] Abdullah's parents were King Hussein and Princess Muna al-Hussein, born Antoinette (Toni) Avril Gardiner.

    Abdullah was schooled at St. Edmund's School in Surrey, England and Eaglebrook School and Deerfield Academy in the United States of America. His university training was at Pembroke College, Oxford. In 1980, Abdullah left Pembroke and entered the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the United Kingdom as a cadet. He joined the 13th/18th Royal Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) upon commission as a Second Lieutenant the following year. King Abdullah retains close links with the British Army and is the Colonel-in-Chief of The Light Dragoons, a tank regiment and the successor to the 13th/18th Royal Hussars.[2] In 1987, he completed an advanced studies and research program at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He took full command of the Jordanian special forces in November 1993, becoming a Major general. He commanded the special forces until 1996, when he was instructed to reorganize the special forces and other special units under the special operation command SOCOM.[3] Upon assuming his constitutional powers, he became the commander-in-chief. King Abdullah holds the ranks of Field Marshal in the Jordan Arab Army and Marshal of the Royal Jordanian Air Force.[4]


    Georgetown Honors His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan
    His Majesty will receive an honorary degree

    Washington, D.C. - Georgetown University honors His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan today with a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa.

    "We are pleased to honor King Abdullah II in recognition of his skillful statesmanship, outstanding achievements in modernizing Jordan, and his extraordinary leadership in promoting inter-faith understanding," said Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia.

    Since his ascension to the throne in 1999, King Abdullah II has continued his late father's commitment to creating a strong and positive moderating role for Jordan within the Arab region and the world, and has worked to establish a just and lasting comprehensive solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict.

    His Majesty has exerted extensive effort to insuring sustainable levels of economic growth and social development aimed at improving the standard of living of all Jordanians with his "Jordan First" campaign. He is also working towards modernizing Jordan's information technology and educational systems.

    Under his reign, Jordan was admitted to the World Trade Organization, and ratified agreements for the establishment of a Free Trade Area with the United States of America, the European Union, the European Free Trade Association countries, and sixteen Arab countries. As a result, Jordan has been cited as an outstanding example of development in the Middle East and North Africa region.

    King Abdullah II has also been involved in the drive for national administrative reform, as well as governmental transparency and accountability. In addition, he has been working on the advancement of civil liberties making Jordan one of the most progressive countries in the Middle East. He has also been involved in enacting the necessary legislations that guarantee women a full role in the Kingdom's socio-economic and political life.

    In addition, His Majesty launched the "Amman Message" in November 2004, which proclaims Islam's tolerance, humanity and rejection of extremism. Citing specific Qur'anic passages, the Amman Message reminds the world of the true values of Islam and promotes understanding of a religion that honors all human beings and seeks common ground among different faiths and peoples.

    King Abdullah II joined the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in the United Kingdom in 1980, and was commissioned as Second Lieutenant in 1981. In 1982, he attended Oxford University where he completed a one-year Special Studies course in Middle Eastern Affairs, and in 1987 he attended Georgetown’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service as a Mid-Career Fellow. There he completed an Advanced Study and Research program in International Affairs, part of the Master of Science in Foreign Service program.

    His Majesty became Major-General of the Jordanian Special Forces in 1998, and served in the official capacity of Regent during the reign of his father, the late King Hussein. He is married to Queen Rania and the Royal Couple have four children.

    About Georgetown University

    Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in America, founded in 1789 by Archbishop John Carroll. Georgetown today is a major student-centered, international, research university offering respected undergraduate, graduate and professional programs on its three campuses. For more information about Georgetown University, visit www.georgetown.edu.


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    José Manuel Durão Barroso, GCC (pronounced [ʒuˈzɛ mɐnuˈɛɫ duˈɾɐ̃ũ bɐˈʁozu] listen (help·info)) (born in Lisbon, March 23, 1956) is a Portuguese politician and the 11th President of the European Commission, being the first Portuguese person to hold the post. He served as Prime Minister of Portugal from 6 April 2002 until 29 June 2004, when he resigned to become President-designate of the European Commission. The appointment was formally endorsed by the European Parliament on July 22, and he was due to take over officially from Romano Prodi on 1 November 2004. However, this process was delayed until 23 November due to problems regarding parliamentary approval of the Barroso Commission.

    He graduated in law from the University of Lisbon (Universidade de Lisboa) and has an MSc in Economic and Social Sciences from the University of Geneva (Institut Européen de l'Université de Genève) in Switzerland. His academic career continued as an Assistant Professor in the Law School of the University of Lisbon. He did research for a Ph.D at Georgetown University and Georgetown's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington, D.C.. He is a 1998 graduate of the Georgetown Leadership Seminar[citation needed]. Back in Lisbon, Barroso became Director of the Department for International Relations at Lusíada University (Universidade Lusíada).


    Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, President of the European Commission and former Prime Minister of Portugal, is a member of the GLS class of 1998. He was also instrumental in planning the
    successful GLS 1999 reunion held in Lisbon.

    Barroso, who was a professor and director of the Department of International Relations at Universidade Lusiada in Lisbon as well as the Chairman of the Commission of Foreign Affairs in the Portuguese parliament when he attended GLS, went on to become Prime Minister in 2002. Pedro Santana Lopes, GLS’86 , succeded Barroso as Prime Minister and Rui Gomes da Silva (‘01) is the current Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.


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    Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr. (born December 2, 1924) is a retired Four-Star General in the U.S. Army who served as the U.S. Secretary of State under President Ronald Reagan and White House Chief of Staff under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.[1] In 1973 Haig served as Vice Chief of Staff of the Army, the number two ranking officer in the Army.[2] From 1974-79, Haig served as the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), the ex officio commander of the all U.S. and NATO forces in Europe. Haig is a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam Wars and is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross, the Army's second highest medal for heroism, as well as the Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Purple Heart.[3]

    Haig attended St. Joseph's Preparatory School in Philadelphia and graduated from Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. He then went to the University of Notre Dame for one year before transferring to and graduating from West Point in 1947. He studied business administration at Columbia Business School in 1954 and 1955. He also received a Masters degree in International Relations from Georgetown University in 1961 where his thesis focused on the role of the military officer in the making of national policy.




    Couldn't find any mention of Haig being a Georgetown alumnus unfortunately.

    Alexander Meigs Haig, Jr., was born in Bala-Cynwyd, a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1947, launching a distinguished military career in which he eventually achieved the rank of four-star general. Haig graduated from the Naval War College in 1960, earned a master's degree from Georgetown University in 1961, and attended the Army War College in 1966. In late 1968, Henry Kissinger, who was then reorganizing the foreign affairs staff for President-elect Nixon, appointed Haig as his military adviser on the National Security Council. In 1970 Haig was named deputy assistant to the president for national security affairs, and his diplomatic authority expanded to include secret peace talks in Paris aimed at ending the Vietnam War (1959-1975).

    1961 M.A. in international affairs, Georgetown University


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    Head of Intelligence unit of Dept for Homeland Security
    (note: exact title uncertain as position was only confirmed 15th August 2002)

    John C. Gannon is Vice-Chairman of Intellibridge Corporation, a Washington firm that provides web-based analysis to corporate and government clients. Previously he served as Chairman of the National Intelligence Council (1997-2001) after serving for two years (1995-1997) as the Deputy Director for Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency. In June 1998, Mr. Gannon was also appointed the Assistant Director of Intelligence for Analysis and Production.

    From 1992 until 1996, Mr. Gannon was the Director of the Office of European Analysis in the Directorate of Intelligence (DI). Before that, he held many assignments in the DI, including various management positions in the Office of European Analysis and tours on the staff of the President's Daily Brief, in the Office of Economic Research, and as a Latin America analyst.

    Mr. Gannon served as a Naval Officer in Southeast Asia and later, while in the Naval Reserves, was an instructor of navigation at the Navy Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island. He has been active in civic affairs in Falls Church, Virginia, serving on the City Council and Planning Commission (as Vice Chairman and Chairman). Early in his career, Mr. Gannon taught social studies and science in a secondary school in Jamaica as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. He also taught high school in Saint Louis.

    Mr. Gannon earned a Ph.D. and an M.A. in history from Washington University in Saint Louis and a B.A. in psychology from Holy Cross College in 1966. His graduate studies focused on Latin America, and his doctoral dissertation documented the evolution of political parties in Jamaica. He speaks Spanish.


    Sanctae Crucis Awards 2002
    John C. Gannon '66

    John Gannon came to Mount St. James at a time when President Kennedy was issuing his call to public service. In the 36 years since his graduation from Holy Cross, John Gannon has answered that call continually and courageously, with dedication, loyalty and intellectual rigor.

    A man for others from the start, he left Worcester in 1966 for Jamaica and service in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. It was there that he met his wife, Mary Ellen. The romance that blossomed in the Caribbean has sustained him for over 30 years and produced three children, Jonathan, Mark and Elizabeth.

    After serving as a naval officer in Southeast Asia, John earned his Ph.D. from Washington University. He began his government career soon after, working as a political analyst specializing in Latin America. Over the course of 24 years with the Central Intelligence Agency, John served as Deputy Director for Intelligence, Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, and Assistant Director of Central Intelligence for Analysis and Production. Serving at the highest level of the nation's intelligence structure, John has become known in his field as the consummate professional. To quote CIA director, George J. Tenet, "John's record of accomplishment - in the intelligence field and in life - is truly remarkable. … All of us owe him a great debt of gratitude, and so will the generations that come after us."

    Currently Vice-Chairman of the Intellibridge Corporation, John oversees all analytical and client services for the company. Active in his community, he was elected to the Falls Church City Council and was appointed Chairman of his city's planning commission. He also served on the city's Economic Development Commission. And he hasn't forgotten his Jesuit roots, serving on the board of directors at the Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University.

    And yet, for all his accomplishments, John remains a man of humility, caring and humor. As one of his classmates recently wrote, "John embodies the ideals that Holy Cross seeks to inculcate?kindness, decency, respect for the dignity of all people."

    For his scholarship, wisdom and guidance, and for his lifetime commitment to answering the call to duty, the College of the Holy Cross presents the Sanctae Crucis Award to John Gannon.

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    Vernon A. Walters (January 3, 1917 – February 10, 2002) was a United States Army officer and a diplomat. Most notably, he served from 1972 to 1976 as Deputy Director of Central Intelligence and from 1985 to 1989 as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Walters rose to the rank of lieutenant general in the U.S. Army and is a member of the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.

    Walters was born in New York City. His father was a British immigrant and insurance salesman. From age 6, Walters lived in Britain and France with his family. At 16, he returned to the United States and worked for his father as an insurance claims adjuster and investigator.

    His formal education beyond elementary school consisted entirely of boarding school instruction at Stonyhurst College, a 400-year-old Jesuit school in Lancashire, England. He did not attend a university. In later years, he seemed to enjoy reflecting on the fact that he had risen fairly high and accomplished much despite a near-total lack of formal academic training.

    He spoke six Western European languages fluently, and knew the basics of several others. He was also fluent in Chinese and Russian. His simultaneous translation of a speech by United States President Richard Nixon in France prompted President Charles de Gaulle to say to the president, "You gave a magnificent speech, but your interpreter was eloquent."


    Vernon Anthony Walters was born in New York City on January 3, 1917, and attended Stonyhurst College in England. He joined the United States Army in 1941, and served in North Africa and Italy during World War II, retiring in 1976 as a lieutenant general.



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    Prescott Sheldon Bush (May 15, 1895 – October 8, 1972) was a United States Senator from Connecticut and a Wall Street executive banker with Brown Brothers Harriman. He was the father of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush and the grandfather of current President George W. Bush.

    Bush was born in Columbus, Ohio to Flora Sheldon and Samuel Prescott Bush. Samuel Bush was a railroad executive, then a steel company president, and during World War I, also a federal government official in charge of coordination and assistance to major weapons contractors.


    Wikipedia does not mention that Prescott Bush attended Stonyhurst College from 1908-1913, but instead states:

    Bush attended the Douglas School in Columbus and then St. George's School in Newport, Rhode Island from 1908 to 1913. In 1913, he enrolled at Yale University, officially creating a long-standing family legacy; four subsequent generations of Bushes have been Yale alumni. Prescott Bush was admitted to the ΖΨ fraternity while at Yale and Skull and Bones secret society. Prescott Bush has long been implicated in the society's alleged theft of the skull of Native American leader Geronimo, when three Bonesmen were stationed at Fort Sill.[1] Some historians, and Cecil Adams, regard this claim as false.

    Prescott Bush played varsity golf, football, and baseball, and was president of the Yale Glee Club.

    On other sites we find however:

    After attending the Douglas School in Columbus and St. George's School in Newport, Rhode Island as well as the famous Stonyhurst College in England (where he designed the boys' golf course still in use today) from 1908 to 1913, Bush entered Yale University. There, he played varsity golf, football, and baseball, and was president of the Yale Glee Club. (He was the best close-harmony man in the class of 1917). His devotion to singing at Yale would remain strong his entire life, evidenced in part by his founding of the Yale Glee Club Associates, an alumni group, in 1937. On May 18, 1916 he was "tapped" to join the Skull and Bones society at Yale. Other new "Bonesmen" that year were E. Roland Harriman, H. S. Fenimore Cooper (grandson of James Fenimore Cooper), Knight Wooley (son of Ulysses Grant Wooley), Ellery James, and Henry Neil Mallon. A Skull and Bones legend tells of Bush digging up the Skull of Geronimo (1918) and "donating" it to the society.

    After attending the Douglas School in Columbus and St. George's School in Newport, Rhode Island, Prescott Bush studied at the renowned Jesuit school, Stonyhurst College in Clitheroe, Lancashire, England from 1908 to 1913. Arguably, one of his greatest legacies at Stonyhurst was designing the boys' golf course (which is still in use today,) and it's where he gained his lifelong passion for the game. In 1914, he enrolled at Yale University, starting a family tradition of higher education, as his son, former president George H.W. Bush, and his grandson, current President George W. Bush are both Yale alumni.
    After attending the Douglas School in Columbus and St. George's School in Newport, Rhode Island as well as the famous Stonyhurst College in England (where he designed the boys' golf course still in use today) from 1908 to 1913, Bush entered Yale University. There, he played varsity golf, football, and baseball, and was president of the Yale Glee Club. (He was the best close-harmony man in the class of 1917). His devotion to singing at Yale would remain strong his entire life, evidenced in part by his founding of the Yale Glee Club Associates, an alumni group, in 1937. On May 18, 1916 he was "tapped" to join the Skull and Bones society at Yale. Other new "Bonesmen" that year were E. Roland Harriman, H. S. Fenimore Cooper (grandson of James Fenimore Cooper), Knight Wooley (son of Ulysses Grant Wooley), Ellery James, and Henry Neil Mallon. A Skull and Bones legend tells of Bush digging up the skull of Geronimo (1918) and "donating" it to the society.

    Prescott Sheldon Bush studied under the Jesuits of Stonyhurst for five years from 1908-1913 then went on to Yale where he kissed the slippered toe of the Pope and bowed before Don Quixote who is really Ignatius Loyola (Cervantes based his character on his contemporary Loyola who he studied with at the University of Salamanca) and dubbed a Knight of Eulogia in the tomb of Skull and Bones-the Brotherhood of Death who tap individuals from certain backgrounds and lineage to initiate them into the Jesuits' Illuminati.


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