George W. Bush is a Bonesmen

Back in the day of 2000, I watched the box office bomb The Skulls, about a secret society located at Yale and how the most powerful of people and families are inducted into this semi-secret society.
Then today, as I was sipping on my latte, enjoying my vacation in the Great Northwest, I happened across the book, The Secret Societies Handbook.


Now in this book, it talked of the Priory of Scion, and the Illuminati, as well as groups such as the Majestic 12. The first two, are usually recognized by anyone that has read author Dan Brown. But the one that caught my eye was the Skull and Bones.
Little did I know, the movie blunder of 2000 was based on a real society of America’s most powerful.
Then I happened across two interesting names. John Kerry and George W. Bush. Apparently even Prescott Bush, and George H. Bush had been Bonesmen. Amazing.
What’s more interesting are the list of families that are the core families involved:
Smith, Walker, Allen, Brown, Clark, White, Day, Johnson, Jones, Miller, Stewart, Thompson, Cheney, Taft, Williams
See some interesting names? Little known fact is that Vice President Dick Cheney also attended Yale on an academic scholarship for three semesters until dropping out due to poor grades. Was he also to be tapped seemingly being one of the core families of the Bones? Hard to say.
In any case, it’s interesting to note that the Bonesmen do hold some of the highest positions of power in the United States. Is it truly a democracy, or is it just a powerplay by the Bonesmen? We’ll never know for sure but it definitely raises some eyebrows.

  • More than anything, I’m struck by the society’s diversity.
    The vice-presidency for Cheney could be regarded as a consolation prize, honorary membership, or tokenism.

  • More than anything, I’m struck by the society’s diversity.
    The vice-presidency for Cheney could be regarded as a consolation prize, honorary membership, or tokenism.