To: U.S. Congress
To the Congress of the United States of America,
In 1918, the President's grandfather, Prescott Bush, and several accomplices
desecrated the grave of Apache holy man Geronimo at Ft.
Sill, OK. The men removed Geronimo's head and a prized silver bridle which
had been buried with him. Using acid and amid laughter, they stripped
Geronimo's head of hair and flesh. They then took their "trophies" back to
Yale University and put them on display in the clubhouse of the secret
fraternity "Skull & Bones."
The "Skull & Bones" is a secret society founded at Yale in 1832. Its history
is intertwined with that of the German Illuminati and the Nazi Party. They
maintain a windowless building called "The Tomb" at 64 High Street, New
Haven, Connecticut. The club's assets are controlled by a front company, The
Russell Trust Association, Inc. Every year, 15 Yale juniors are "tapped" for
Skull & Bones membership. They are indoctrinated into the cultish society
with elaborate rituals steeped in satanic theatricism and latent
homosexuality. The goal of this fraternity is to create the ultimate network
of "good ol' boys" around the world. Their alumni includes Prescott Bush's
son (George H. W.) and grandson (George W.) as well as heads of state and
leaders of numerous intelligence agencies, trading companies, business
empires and law firms.
Several years ago, a Skull & Bones member anonymously "leaked"
information regarding the society and "The Tomb." This included documents
and photographs. One of the documents detailed Prescott Bush's graverobbing
exploits. One of the photographs was of a skull and bridle on a shelf, next
to a framed photograph of Geronimo. Other sources have since come forward
and confirmed that Geronimo's skull is indeed on display in "The Tomb" and
considered the "mascot" of this "club" on High Street.
Although the Skull & Bones refuses to officially acknowledge their
existence, members have tacitly admitted to possessing Geronimo's head.
In fact, Skull & Bones members (including Jonathon Bush, the President's
brother) met with Apache leaders in New York in 2000 and attempted to hand
over a skull. It was obviously not the skull seen in the smuggled
photograph. When this apparent substitution was exposed, the "Bonesmen"
changed their story, saying the proxy skull was that of an Indian child.
The Skull & Bones then threatened legal action if the documents and photos
from "The Tomb" weren't returned immediately. They apparently had second
thoughts, after realizing authorities might ask questions about the apparent
abundance of Native skulls kept in New Haven.
However, neither skull has been returned and that of Geronimo is apparently
still the official mascot of the Yale club.
We the undersigned are horrified with this display of elitist, racist
witchcraft and ask Congress, with the assistance of whatever law enforcement
necessary, to launch an immediate investigation into the theft and
possession of human remains by the Skull & Bones society, the Russell Trust
Association, Inc. and/or any members of the US Government involved, past or