POWERFUL, SPIRITUAL COMPANIONS THAT CLAIM TO HAVE SERVED MEMBERS OF THE SKULL AND BONES, EXCLUSIVE AND ELITE SECRET SOCIETY FOR YEARS!
JINN DJINN GENIE, MALE, OF THE MARID TRIBE OF JINN, OVER 2,000 YEARS OLD AND VERY WISE!
Do You Know About The Skull and Bones Society Order?
If you do not, watch the videos and read the information below and EDUCATE YOURSELF.
It’s a SECRET society. Clearly, the members of this society and other elite societies around the world do not want their secrets revealed. They don’t want us to know that our so called Freedom is NOT FREE.
Conspiracy theorists have been trying to research and gain information about these societies for decades! We are so proud to be offering jinn that have come forward to our friend from Norway, Sri Baba, and have asked to receive and serve new masters!
OUR FRIEND HAS SUCCESSFULLY CONJURED JINN WHO CLAIM TO HAVE SERVED MEMBERS OF THE “SKULL AND BONES” SECRET SOCIETY. THE JINN TOLD HIM THAT THEIR MASTERS WERE PREVIOUSLY MEMBERS, NOW DECEASED, OF THIS SECRET SOCIETY THAT HAS A VERY WELL KNOWN BUILDING, “THE TOMB” LOCATED ACROSS FROM YALE UNIVERSITY.
WE ASKED OUR CONJURER AND OUR FIRST SET OF SKULL AND BONES JINN TO TRY TO FIND OTHERS FROM THEIR "OLD FAMILY" THAT WOULD BE WILLING TO SERVE ANOTHER MASTER, AND THEY HAVE GRANTED US THAT WISH! OUR CONJURER SUCCESSFULLY GOT IN CONTACT AND RECEIVED JUST TWO MORE FROM THIS SECRET SOCIETY, AND WE ARE SO EXCITED TO BE OFFERING THEM TO OUR WONDERFUL AND LOYAL CLIENTS TO THE SPIRIT WORLD. WE WILL CONTINUE TO WORK TOWARDS RECEIVING MORE OF THEM!
Several other metaphysical sellers on eBay are now attempting to sell "Skull and Bones" jinn. We are unsure of their validity, as we were the first to offer them here, and although there are surely other wonderful spirit practitioners and conjurers, we cannot vouge that any of those claiming to suddenly have multiple available "Skull and Bones" jinn are truly authentic. You can rest assured that we only offer authentic spirit bound vessels, and will continue to do so.
Hello and welcome friends! Thank you for visiting this auction. You have come to witness and see the collection we have received from our friend Sri Baba Lanka III and we are so proud to be offering! We systematically try to put up anything that he is able to send to us, so bear with us. If you are ever looking for a particular type of spirit, etc. just let us know and we will see if he already has one or we have one like what you are looking for that we just haven't had time to prepare a listing for yet! His conjurations are some of the most exquisite that we have received. Each one, (or family in this case), is very unique and is only being offered to one master and then will be gone!
He, Sri Baba Lanka III, is an incredible expert at conjuring some of the most potent and influential genies that are gracing our realm with their presence. For years he has worked to perfect his communication, channeling, meditating and conjuring to the point where he is able to summon some of the most high and persuade them to take on new masters! He has successfully summoned many genies that belonged to Illuminati Families, Freemasons, Elite Secret Society genies, and those of International leaders and royalty! We are so proud to be able to offer them to our wonderful clients and now on our eBay store as well! There are many out there who can successfully summon, conjure and bind jinn. However, there are only a few that can summon the highest caliber and most historical of jinn. Sri Baba Lanka III from Norway is one of those few. We are proud to have him as one of our companions and friends working in the light of the good.
The first thing that you must know is that it does not happen by any coincidence that you are reading this. You are here only because you were meant to be here. This spirit has come to us from Sri Baba Lanka III who is a longtime friend of ours and is currently living near Norway. He has lived many places in his lifetime, and we are fortunate to be in constant communication with him. He is not only an expert conjurer, but has spent a good share of his life researching the “Djinn” and has had many experiences with them that he has personally shared with us. He has travelled to the caves where they are residing, he has meditated to their dimension and actually has been shown their dimensional existence by one of his spiritual guides who happens to be a jinn. He has been blessed with an incredible abundance of information about this spiritual class, and has even been able to successfully channel their messages on several occasions.
Although he has studied and is a firm believer in many types of spiritual entities, he is incredibly connected to the Jinn race and believes that he was meant to be here in this human body to be a testament to the Jinn’s existence. There has been wide speculation in parts of the world, not in the Middle East, for they have embraced the existence and have even noted things to do with the Jinn in their Quran, but should be say, other parts of the world, have long questioned the Jinn and their existence. Our friend, Sri Baba Lanka III would like us to always provide his testament that they are real, they exist in a dimension higher than ours, the fifth and higher to be exact, and that they can and do come here to help us, some bind willingly to objects that allow them to stay and be a spiritual aid to a master or human companion, and others do in fact come in and out of our dimension to cause hindrances to the human race. He also has assured us that he does not bind any hindrance or negative jinn to items he sends to us to rehome to our clients, and that he knows these types of jinn exist and so he must always be careful, much in the same way that we are careful about who our friends and confidants are here in the human realm. We have the same issues they have. Some people are of the light and some are of the dark. We have to decipher that much in the same way as they do. However, he has told us, never have fear, as he will not send us any of the dark.
What we have to offer to you this week are some of the most exciting, interesting, and most historical of jinn we have ever had to offer .
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE SKULL AND BONES SECRET SOCIETY?
PERHAPS YOU NEED SOME BACKGROUND SO YOU UNDERSTAND A BIT FURTHER!
Although we have studied many of the conspiracy theories for years, we were not educated too deeply about this particular society until our friend told us of where these jinn were claiming that their previous masters belonged to, and then we felt it necessary to do as much reading as possible so we could provide you as much information as we have read about this secret organization. We hope you will find as much interest as we have in this information, and as always, we only provide you information and jinn if we feel that their messages are resonating within us, as there is no way for us to verify the validity of their information. After reading and watching videos about this Skull and Bones Society, we do believe that our jinn are telling us the truth, as this organization has long been shrouded by secrecy and their own members never speak to the outside world about their group.
It is no secret to many, however, that there is a direct correlation between members of high secret societies, such as this one, and presidents and other high members of fice having once been involved in these secret societies.
INTERESTING? WE THOUGHT YOU WOULD THINK SO AS WELL! AND THERE IS MORE....
HERE IS AN ARTICLE WRITTEN BY A SOURCE NOTED BELOW, THAT WILL GIVE EVEN MORE INDEPTH INSIDE INTO THE MINDS OF THIS ORGANIZATION!
Skull & Bones Society
A rare look inside Skull and Bones, the Yale secret society and sometime haunt of the presumptive Republican nominee for President
by Alexandra Robbins
ON High Street, in the middle of the Yale University campus, stands a cold-looking, nearly windowless Greco-Egyptian building with padlocked iron doors. This is the home of Yale's most famous secret society, Skull and Bones, and it is also, in a sense, one of the many homes of the family of George W. Bush, Yale '68.
Bush men have been Yale men and Bonesmen for generations. Prescott Bush, George W.'s grandfather, Yale '17, was a legendary Bonesman; he was a member of the band that stole for the society what became one of its most treasured artifacts: a skull that was said to be that of the Apache chief Geronimo. Prescott Bush, one of a great many Bonesmen who went on to lives of power and renown, became a U.S. senator. George Herbert Walker Bush, George W.'s father, Yale '48, was also a Bonesman, and he, too, made a conspicuous success of himself. Inside the temple on High Street hang paintings of some of Skull and Bones's more illustrious members; the painting of George Bush, the most recently installed, is five feet high.
There were other Bush Bonesmen, a proud line of them stretching from great uncle George Herbert Walker Jr. to uncle Jonathan Bush to cousins George Herbert Walker IIIand Ray Walker. So when George W. was "tapped" for Skull and Bones, at the end of his junior year, he, too, naturally became a Bonesman -- but, it seems, a somewhat ambivalent one.
New members of Skull and Bones are assigned secret names, by which fellow Bonesmen will forever know them. Some Bonesmen receive traditional names, denoting function or existential status; others are the chosen beneficiaries of names that their Bones predecessors wish to pass on. The leftover initiates choose their own names. The name Long Devil is assigned to the tallest member; Boaz (short for Beelzebub) goes to any member who is a varsity football captain. Many of the chosen names are drawn from literature (Hamlet, Uncle Remus), from religion, and from myth. The banker Lewis Lapham passed on his name, Sancho Panza, to the political adviser Tex McCrary. Averell Harriman was Thor, Henry Luce was Baal, McGeorge Bundy was Odin. The name Magog is traditionally assigned to the incoming Bonesman deemed to have had the most sexual experience, and Gog goes to the new member with the least sexual experience. William Howard Taft and Robert Taft were Magogs. So, interestingly, was George Bush.
George W. was not assigned a name but invited to choose one. According to one report, nothing came to mind, so he was given the name Temporary, which, it is said, he never bothered to replace; Temporary is how Bush's fellow Bonesmen know him today. (In recent interviews I asked a number of Bush's Bonesmen classmates about the name and elicited no denials.)
The junior George's diffidence in the matter of his secret name seems to reflect a larger ambivalence toward Yale and its select, the most elite of whom are the members of Skull and Bones. The elder George holds his fellow Yalies -- particularly his Bones brethren -- in great esteem, and over the years has often gone to them for advice. George W., in contrast, has publicly made a point of his disdain for the elite northeastern connections that shaped his father's world and, to some extent, his own. Fay Vincent, the former commissioner of baseball, who is a Bush family friend and himself the son of a Bonesman, says, "Young George is as unlikely a Bonesperson as I've ever met." Young George has not attended a Yale reunion since he graduated.
Bush's dismissal of Yale and all it stands for may be a response to the repeated charges of political opponents that he is not much more than a papa's boy. Kent Hance, who trounced Bush in his 1978 congressional race, insinuated that Bush was not a true Texan and accused him of "riding his daddy's coattails."
If George W. truly wanted to detach himself from his father and from the traditions of a long line of ancestors, he chose a curious path -- in effect, retracing his father's footsteps.
SKULL and Bones is the oldest of Yale's secret societies and by far the most determinedly secretive. As such, it has long been an inspiration for speculation and imagination. It still is. The society is, of course, the inspiration for the new Universal Pictures thriller The Skulls, about a nefarious secret society at an Ivy League school in New Haven. In 1968, when George W. Bush was in Skull and Bones, there were eight "abovegrounds," or societies that met in their own "tombs," and as many as ten "undergrounds," which held meetings in rented rooms. In an article in the 1968 Yale yearbook Lanny Davis, a 1967 Yale graduate and a secret-society member who would go on to become a White House special counsel in the Clinton Administration, described how Bones, famous for its distinguished list of members, held more sway than the others.
Come "Tap Day" ... if you're a junior, despite the fact that you've banged your fist at the lunch table and said, "This is 1968," and have loudly denounced societies as anachronisms, when the captain of the football team is standing by your door and when the tower clock strikes eight he rushes in and claps your shoulder and shouts, "Skull and Bones, accept or reject?" you almost always scream out, "Accept!" and you never, never, pound your fist at the lunch table, not for that reason ever again.
Fewer than a tenth of Yale's 1,400 seniors are members of the university's secret societies, which many undergraduates view as self-serving vehicles for real and aspiring aristocrats. Certainly this view seems to have some validity when it comes to Bonesmen. Until 1992, when it became one of the last two secret societies to admit women, Skull and Bones had a history of picking the same kinds of people over and over. Davis's yearbook article explained,
If the society had a good year, this is what the "ideal" group will consist of: a football captain; a Chairman of the Yale Daily News; a conspicuous radical; a Whiffenpoof; a swimming captain; a notorious drunk with a 94 average; a film-maker; a political columnist; a religious group leader; a Chairman of the Lit; a foreigner; a ladies' man with two motorcycles; an ex-service man; a negro, if there are enough to go around; a guy nobody else in the group had heard of, ever.
Indeed, George W.'s 1968 brethren slip easily into the desired slots: among them were the Olympic swimmer and gold medalist Don Schollander; a future Harvard Medical School surgeon, Gregory Gallico; a future Rhodes scholar, Robert McCallum; the Whiffenpoofs' pitch, Robert Birge; Donald Etra, an Orthodox Jew; Muhammed Saleh, a Jordanian; a future deputy director of the National Institute of Mental Health, Rex Cowdry; and the black soccer captain Roy Austin. Only George W. himself fell into none of the aforementioned categories. He was generally regarded as a legacy tap.
Given the society's history as an incubator and meeting point for rising generational elites, it is not surprising that an especially susceptible kind of "barbarian" -- the Bones term for a nonmember -- has long seen the society as a locus of mystery, wealth, and conspiracy. One doesn't need to scratch deeply to uncover accusations of sinister ties with the CIA, the Trilateral Commission, the Illuminati, the Council on Foreign Relations, even the Nazis. It turns out that the Yale admissions committee that voted to admit George W., despite his poor record at Andover, included three members (out of seven) who were Bonesmen; those seeking evidence of malign influence will surely raise an eyebrow. (For the conspiracy-minded, the most useful omnium gatherum is the British writer Antony C. Sutton's feverish 1983 tract An Introduction to the Order.) World domination aside, the most pervasive rumors about Bones are that initiates must masturbate in a coffin while recounting their sexual exploits, and that their candor is ultimately rewarded with a no-strings-attached gift of $15,000. Bonesmen, who are sworn to secrecy at initiation, have not publicly denied or confirmed these rumors; they have usually made a point of refusing to speak to the press about the society at all. As The Skulls was about to be released, and as George W.'s quest for the Republican presidential nomination looked increasingly certain to succeed, the society sent all members a memo reminding them of their vow of silence. Still, as I recently discovered in the course of looking into Skull and Bones, not all Bonesmen see the necessity of remaining tight-lipped about a society whose biggest secret may be that its secrets are essentially trivial.
THE story of Skull and Bones begins in December of 1832. Upset (according to one account) by changes in the Phi Beta Kappa election process, a Yale senior named William Russell and a group of classmates decided to form the Eulogian Club as an American chapter of a German student organization. The club paid obeisance to Eulogia, the goddess of eloquence, who took her place in the pantheon upon the death of the orator Demosthenes, in 322 B.C., and who is said to have returned in a kind of Second Coming on the occasion of the society's inception. The Yale society fastened a picture of its symbol -- a skull and crossbones -- to the door of the chapel where it met. Today the number 322, recalling the date of Demosthenes' death, appears on society stationery. The number has such mystical overtones that in 1967 a graduate student with no ties to Skull and Bones donated $322,000 to the society.
(The number 322 has also been a particular favorite of conspiracy-minded hunters for evidence of Skull and Bones's global connections. It was the combination to Averell Harriman's briefcase when he carried classified dispatches between London and Moscow during World War II. Antony C. Sutton claims that 322 doubles as a reminder of the society's mother organization in Germany; the American group, founded in 1832, is the second chapter -- thus 32-2.)
In 1856 Daniel Coit Gilman, who went on to become the founding president of Johns Hopkins University, officially incorporated the society as the Russell Trust Association, and Skull and Bones moved into the space it still occupies. The Bones tomb is forbidding only on the outside. Marina Moscovici, a Connecticut conservator who recently spent six years restoring fifteen paintings from the Skull and Bones building, describes the atmosphere inside as "funny spooky." She says, "Sort of like the Addams Family, it's campy in an old British men's-smoking-club way. It's not glamorous by any means."
"Bones is like a college dorm room," a 1980s Bonesman told me. "Ours was a place that used to be really nice but felt kind of beat up, lived in. There were socks underneath the couch, old half-deflated soccer balls lying around." Dozens of skeletons and skulls, human and animal, dangle from the walls, on which German and Latin phrases have been chiseled ("Whether poor or rich, all are equal in death"), among moose heads, sconces, medieval armor, antlers, boating flags, manuscripts, statuettes of Demosthenes, and a pair of boots that one member wore throughout his active duty with American forces in France during World War II. The gravestone of Elihu Yale, the eponymous eighteenth-century merchant, was stolen years ago from its proper setting in Wrexham, Wales, and is displayed in a glass case, in a room with purple walls.
As noted, for many years the society has possessed a skull that members call Geronimo. In the 1980s, under pressure from Ned Anderson, a former Apache tribal chairman in Arizona, the society produced the skull in question. The skull didn't match Anderson's records, and it was returned to the society's tomb. Anderson wasn't finished. He reportedly took the issue up with his congressman, John McCain; McCain tried to arrange a meeting between Anderson and George Bush, who was then the Vice President. Bush wasn't interested, and the matter was dropped. "We still call it Geronimo anyway," a Bonesman says. The issue of Geronimo's skull never surfaced in the public record during the bitter contest between McCain and George W. for the Republican nomination.
The most private room in the building, known as the Inner Temple, or (this will be no surprise) Room 322, is approximately fourteen feet square and guarded by a locked iron door. Inside, a case contains a skeleton that Bonesmen refer to as Madame Pompadour. Compartments in the case guard the society's cherished manuscripts, including the secrecy oath and instructions for conducting an initiation.
The initiation ceremony, held in April, involves as many alumni, or "patriarchs," as possible, one of whom in each instance serves as the supervisor, known as Uncle Toby. The Inner Temple is cleared of furniture except for two chairs and a table, and Bonesmen past and present assemble: Uncle Toby in a robe; the shortest senior, or "Little Devil," in a satanic costume; a Bonesman with a deep voice in a Don Quixote costume; one in papal vestments; another dressed as Elihu Yale; four of the brawniest in the role of "shakers"; and a crew of extras wearing skeleton costumes and carrying noisemakers. According to the initiation script, Uncle Toby "sounds like the only sane person in the room."
As an initiate enters the room, patriarchs standing outside the Inner Temple shout, "Who is it?" The shakers bellow the initiate's name, which the patriarchs echo. The shakers push the initiate toward the table, where the secrecy oath has been placed, and he is enjoined to "Read! Read! Read!" The shakers then half-carry the initiate to a picture of Eulogia, and the Bonesmen shriek, "Eulogia! Eulogia! Eulogia!" After another trip to the oath, the shakers fire the initiate toward a picture of a woman that Bonesmen call Connubial Bliss.
Rituals along these lines go on for quite some time, recalling a cross between haunted-house antics and a human pinball game -- "like something from a Harry Potter novel," in the words of one Bonesman, now an engineer. It is perhaps worth noting, in light of George W.'s controversial episode at Bob Jones University and the specter of anti-Catholicism, that at one point in the proceedings every initiate kisses the slippered toe of the "Pope." At last the initiate is formally dubbed a Knight of Eulogia. Amid more raucous ritual he is cast from the room into the waiting arms of the patriarchs.
WITHIN the tomb students run on Skull and Bones time, which is five minutes ahead of the time in the rest of the world. "It was to encourage you to think that being in the building was so different from the outside world that you'd let your guard down," a Bonesman ('72) explains. At 6:30 on Thursdays and Sundays the Bonesmen gather in the Firefly Room for supper. The room is dim and intimate; light shines through the gaping eyeholes of fixtures shaped like skulls. Bonesmen drink various refreshments from skull-shaped cups, but never alcohol. The dry-society rule, fervently enforced, was designed to keep members level-headed for discussions -- a change of pace for George W., who drank heavily during his college years.
At 7:55 barbarian time Uncle Toby rings a bell to summon the members to the session. When the knights are seated, they sing two sacred anthems before the Hearing of Excuses, during which members are assessed fines for errors, such as arriving late or using a society name outside the tomb. Uncle Toby then draws debate topics and an order of speakers from the Yorick, a skull divided into compartments. The ninety-minute period of debate can be frivolous or grave.
One of the standard pieces of lore about Skull and Bones is that each member must at some point give an account of his sexual history, known as the CB (for "Connubial Bliss"). "After the first one or two times it's like guys listing their conquests, and that gets old," one young Bonesman told me recently. "There's just not that much to talk about" -- and so CBs have evolved into relationship discussions. "It's the kind of stuff a lot of guys do with their teammates," says another Bonesman ('83). "There was nothing perverse or surreal or prurient -- just an open exchange. It's like TV's Ricki Lake -- there's now a national mania for purging thoughts at large. This is a way of doing it in a very private, non-sensationalist way that benefits the people who are listening and the people who are telling."
By mid-autumn, after each member has presented a CB, the time slot shifts to Life Histories, when Bonesmen spend one or more nights giving their autobiographies. George Bush's autobiography focused on his military service but also looked ahead, a 1948 member told me. "He was talking about the future, first about his family and then about being able to have an impact in public service." George W., in contrast, spoke often about his father. George W.'s fellow Bonesmen have been unwilling to elaborate.
WHEN U.S. News & World Report asked President Bush in 1989 why he had chosen to attend Yale, he replied, "My family had a major Yale tradition." Today George W. Bush distances himself from Yale (although supporters cite his alma mater to combat charges that he is a lightweight). He has criticized its "intellectual snobbery" and has maintained that the school epitomizes "a certain East Coast attitude" and an "intellectual arrogance." George W.'s attitude toward Yale extends to its most elite society. Whereas George Bush returned to the tomb in 1998 to be the dinner speaker at the annual Skull and Bones commencement party, George W. has stayed away. In his 1999 campaign autobiography, A Charge to Keep, George W. Bush mentions his membership in Skull and Bones only in passing: "My senior year I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society, so secret I can't say anything more."
Yet Skull and Bones was not relegated entirely to George W.'s past after he graduated. In 1971, having been rejected by the University of Texas Law School and needing a job, Bush called a Bonesman, Robert H. Gow. Gow, who later told The Washington Post that his Houston-based agricultural company had not been looking for anyone at the time, hired Bush as a management trainee. In 1977, when Bush formed Arbusto Energy, his first company, he once again applied to Skull and Bones for financial aid. With assistance from his uncle Jonathan Bush (Bones '53), he lined up $565,000 from twenty-eight investors. One of them contributed $93,000 -- the California venture capitalist William H. Draper III (Bones '50). Twelve Bonesmen (including family members)and the son of a patriarch gave a total of $35,500 to Bush's 1998 gubernatorial campaign. At least forty-six Bonesmen or sons of patriarchs have given approximately $1,000 apiece to his presidential campaign -- the maximum allowed by law.
Not surprisingly, loyalty often flows in the other direction. In 1984 Bush flew to Tennessee to accompany the Republican Senate nominee and Bonesman ('67) Victor Ashe on a seven-city tour. Ashe lost to Al Gore.
That George W. keeps his Skull and Bones connections in repair is hardly a sign of anything insidious; it's just business as usual in America. Compared with his family connections and his family's Yale connections, the Skull and Bones network is just a sideshow. But in the eyes of the conspiracy-minded, interconnections of any kind, especially when cloaked in mystery and ritual, constitute virtual proof of dark doings. Skull and Bones will probably never rid itself of innuendo -- innuendo that has not helped the Bonesmen Bushes in the pursuit of politics.
Conspiracy theories, which George W. has called "the kind of connect-the-random-dots charges that are virtually impossible to refute," contributed to Bush's defeat in his 1978 congressional campaign. Bill Minutaglio, in his biography of Bush, First Son, recalls an afternoon debate moderated by the radio talk-show host Mel Turner:
Turner ... wanted to know if the young Bush was a tool of some shadow government; it was the same thing people had confronted his father with when they had called him a "tool of the eastern kingmakers."
"Are you involved in, or do you know anybody involved in, one-world government or the Trilateral Commission?"
Bush, who had been telling people he was tired of being hammered for having "connections" through his father to the eastern establishment, was fuming. "I won't be persuaded by anyone, including my father," he said, with a biting tone in his voice.
On the way out of the restaurant, Bush was still livid. He refused to shake hands with Turner. "You asshole," Turner heard him hiss as he walked by.
George W.'s father has certainly felt that membership in Skull and Bones damaged him politically. When Fay Vincent made a consolation call to Bush after his 1980 loss of the Republican presidential nomination to Ronald Reagan, the weary candidate said, "Fay, let me tell you something. If you ever decide to run for office, don't forget that coming from Andover, Yale, Skull and Bones, and the Trilateral Commission is a big handicap. People don't know what they are, so they don't know where you're coming from. It's really a big, big problem."
In The Skulls, members of the secret society murder a student journalist who is attempting to probe its mysteries. Real-life journalists have not met the same fate, so far as we know, although Ron Rosenbaum, the author of a 1977 Esquire article on Skull and Bones, wrote that a Bonesman warned him not to get too close: "The alumni still care," the source warned.
"Don't laugh. They don't like people tampering and prying. The power of Bones is incredible. They've got their hands on every lever of power in the country. You'll see -- it's like trying to look into the Mafia."
When I read this excerpt to one young Bonesman, he laughed and said, "I really don't think I'd be working nights as a paralegal while trying to be an actor if I had access to some golden key."
SKULL and Bones doesn't own an opulent island hideaway like the one depicted in The Skulls. It does own an island on the St. Lawrence River -- Deer Island, in Alexandria Bay. The forty-acre retreat is intended to give Bonesmen an opportunity to "get together and rekindle old friendships." A century ago the island sported tennis courts and its softball fields were surrounded by rhubarb plants and gooseberry bushes. Catboats waited on the lake. Stewards catered elegant meals. But although each new Skull and Bones member still visits Deer Island, the place leaves something to be desired. "Now it is just a bunch of burned-out stone buildings," a patriarch sighs. "It's basically ruins." Another Bonesman says that to call the island "rustic" would be to glorify it. "It's a dump, but it's beautiful."
The fading of Deer Island exemplifies the dwindling finances of Skull and Bones, which can no longer claim the largest society endowment at Yale. Unlike members of other societies, Bonesmen pay no dues, though patriarchs receive an annual letter requesting a "voluntary contribution to the Russell Trust Association." In truth, Skull and Bones has never been wealthy.
The society's accounts are much fatter in the ineffables department. A Skull and Bones document states,
The experience we have come to value in our society depends on privacy, and we are unwilling to jeopardize that life in order to solicit new members. The life which we invite you to share in our society is based on such intangible factors that we cannot meaningfully convey to you either its nature or quality.
Hardly a tool of Hades, but rather a staid wayside for students, its heyday past, its glory faded, Skull and Bones may have little more than this to conceal.
As for the $15,000 graduation gift, George W.'s contemporary Rex Cowdry says, "I'm still waiting for mine."
Alexandra Robbins, a 1998 graduate of Yale University, is on the staff of The New Yorker's Washington bureau
This article originates at http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2000/05/robbins.htm and is listed here only to augment our material. Ms. Robbins has a book entitled "Secrets of the Tomb" that deals with the society in greater depth.
Obedience to Authority a now famous study done at Yale. The Yale Presidential Race Skull and Bones Society - Rosenbaum
ABOUT THE SPIRIT BOUND TO THIS VESSEL
We do not know which deceased member of this organization this spiritual companion jinn was serving, as he was not willing to release their name. We know from our conjurer that the jinn he bound to this artistic vessel is a male of the Marid Tribe, and is over 2,000 years old. We know from many of the jinn we have been receiving from this society that many members of this secret society have spirit companions, collections of spirits working toward achieving the goals of their organization for them, and working for their wealth and success.
This jinn helped 6 previous masters, all from influential families (3 of them) that served as a Members of the Skull and Bones Secret Society at Yale and afterwards, as once you are in the society you are a member for life, unless you are banished. He's has had 2 other masters in his life who were not from this society as well, and claims that 1 of the masters he served later had a very high ranking position in the US political arena as well, which is something we see quite often with members of this prestigious group. This spirit was quite amiable and light hearted, full of wisdom and energy. He has only had male masters thus far, but is interested in entertaining a male OR female master this time around, and hopes that the future master, should it be a woman, not be upset by the fact that he has no experience working closely with a female master. For that reason, he chose to be found with this artistic vessel that shows but the masculine and feminine side, and in hopes that a female master might be willing to adopt him if they so choose.
This spirit is a multiple wish granter, and works to motivate his master to achieve their dreams, set goals for themselves, and drive yourself to success. Primarily, this spirit is concerned about his masters mental well being, and will try to help his master make decisions that will better enable the master to de-stress and become more stable in their life with his help. He hopes to stay as long as he is wanted! He likes to be a member of the family.
He has lived primarily within the United States, at least for his most recent years, and that he understands all languages. He holds no bounds and has been with masters for most of his life.
He agrees with his other companions that the direction that the world and economy has taken in the last few years directly relates to the percentage of distribution of wealth, several of his companions, as well as himself, have many times wondered whether or not these people would have ever achieved taking control of the wealth had they not continued to grant their wishes. Many of them have noticed that the distribution of wealth has become a clear problem, and so they are spreading out and trying to find new masters that are in need of their services to change their lives for the better!
After you summon and bond with him, bonding which should be done for at least 30-60 days time, you simply keep the vessel somewhere close to you, preferably in your home and he will come with you wherever you go by leaving his tangible vessel!
Finally, please remember to charge his vessel either outside, or on the windowsill each full moon, to help him recharge and maintain his strength! He will roam about your house so please do not get frightened if you hear something creek somewhere in your house!
A big thanks to our friend for communicating, channeling and writing down the information from this spirit so that we could pass it along to our wonderful customers and the future master.
Thank you! Namaste’ friends! As always, do not wait until the last moment. Understand that when this one is gone he is gone! We only have one other Skull and Bones jinn at this time and he will be offered here shortly! If you are wondering if he would be okay with you, try to ask him to give you the feeling one way or another. Also – if you are of the dark ones, or the Illuminati, please do not purchase. He will not go with you. He will not serve you.
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We offer 100% Authentic Magick – we spell cast items, conjure spirits, offer healing and psychic services, and haunted artifacts from our travels. Haunted Paranormal & Occult is our life! We are here to answer questions and rehome spirits that are needing new masters. We specifically work with metaphysical practitioners and a conjurer that deals in summoning Illuminati owned spirits, getting them out of the hands of the most powerful and certainly already most fortunate, and into the mastership of those who they could be the most service to! We also offer at 100% FREE Paranormal, Spirit Keeping, Bonding & Communication FORUM for ANYONE to join and communicate with others of similar interests! Check it out and join the magick! You can click the link here or find it on the homepage of our website! http://spiritsandmagick.forumotion.com/
Paranormal experiences occur in different ways and take different forms. We take a lot of pride in what we offer in our store. This is our life and we love what we do. We have been involved in the metaphysical field for many years, and we have established many great connections and relationships through our work that enable us to offer items from all over the world to you.
We would like to address that we are selling metaphysical items, and as such, much of our information is received by hearsay, folklore, mythological tales, and channeled information. As such, we will not be held liable for what does/does not happen after you have purchased one of our items. Our items are clearly labeled, “No Returns Accepted” because of the nature of the business we are in. When you purchase one of our items you are fully understanding this, and taking full responsibility for yourself and your purchase. “Magick” is different for each and every person, and the results you experience are different. Each one of us on this earth experiences the world differently, the same way we experience the metaphysical differently than one another. We are passing along and re-homing many spiritual companions, passing on and delivering to you channeled messages and hearsay regarding these spirits and/or haunted items, and we are not responsible for your experiences with them after that point and we are not responsible for the “validity” of the information. We do study and research as much as possible after we have received channeled information to decide whether or not it resonates with ourselves after we have received it. We ask that you do the same.
If it resonates with you, please purchase from us. If it does not, please do not purchase from us. There is no way for us to know whether or not our spirits and the information we have received is truth. We want to believe our spirits have told us and our friends the truth, but we are not “guaranteeing” any of the information we have provided.
Channeled information from any source be it spirits, extra-terrestrials, or humans, is exactly as we have stated – there is no way for us to verify truth from untruth, and so we just provide the information as we have received it. This is not a place for the skeptical, as magick has never and will never work for those who do not believe in it. It is as simple as that.
We feel we were called to do this job in this lifetime, and we ask that you buy from us accordingly as it resonates inside you.
Payments are accepted via Paypal and Amazon Checkout, as well as credit cards using the direct checkout on Bonanza. You may also choose to send a money order as payment. If you choose this method, you are required to send a confirmation and tracking code within 24 hours of making your purchase. All purchases with Money Order as the chosen method, that have not sent confirmation of payment within 24 hours, or have otherwise spoken to me, will be terminated, and appropriate Bonanza feedback will be left.
Payments are due within 3 calendar days of purchase. If you have an extenuating circumstance, or are requesting a payment plan, please email us FIRST, before purchasing, to work this out. We do not allow payment plans without a substantial deposit placed on the item at the time the agreement is made. Substantial down payment is due via money order or cash, not using credit card methods. No exceptions will be made to that rule.
SHIPPING – We ship within 3-5 business days of your payment. Please note that we do not ship on weekends or holidays, so please take care to make your purchases within adequate time for you to receive it, especially during holidays. We usually ship First Class or Priority, and we do offer International shipping. If you need to receive an item quicker than 3-5 business days, please let us know and we will adjust your shipping cost to reflect an expedited shipping rate. This may not be available during Christmas season, as unfortunately, the post office will not guarantee how quickly items will arrive during the month of December.
The cost of shipping internationally is different than the cost for shipping in the United States. We do try to ship using First Class whenever possible, as the cost is lower. Please remember when we are sending items outside of the United States, we are not responsible for any customs delays, or custom fees that may occur. Although seldom, it does happen. We occasionally have issues with the postal service due to natural disasters and holidays, so please plan your shopping accordingly if you are on a tight time frame. We will NOT lower the value of the package to accommodate the chance of imposed customs fees.
Please Note: Some of our magickals are custom cast and/or created and crafted AFTER your purchase. Most are pre-cast/conjured and ready for Immediate shipment. Custom conjures and certain spells can take up to 14 days or more to complete. Please be aware of this. If this item will take longer to deliver to you, the listing will be noted as such!
COMBINED SHIPPING DISCOUNT: We will combine items at no extra charge when paid for together in one invoice at check out, as long as the packaging will allow us to do so. Save Money when you buy more. Please email us when you are finished purchasing so that we can combine your invoice for you.
SPECIAL NOTES REGARDING INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: The United States heightened their security measures for packages shipped overseas on November 18, 2010. This has slowed down shipping times tremendously. Packages that used to take 7-10 days can take up to 4-6 weeks. Canada, Australia and the UK are particularly slow. We don’t have any control over this, so please be patient if your package takes longer than expected. Shipping Priority or Express often ensures that it will be delivered within 3 to 10 days. If you need an item shipped via Priority or Express Mail, fees are in excess of $20 starting, but please contact us immediately after you purchase, and before paying, so we can send you an adjusted invoice to accommodate the change in shipping cost. Delivery Confirmation is NOT actual Tracking nor is the International Custom Form number. These numbers are scanned in at time of mailing confirming the Post Office has the package and usually scanned again at the main mail sorting plant near here—AFTER that they do NOT usually update until AFTER delivery. If you wish true constantly updated tracking we can add that for an extra charge but it is very expensive.You will generally receive an automated email from Paypal when your item is shipped. If you feel that you must be able to track the package, you will need to pay for the more expensive shipping method. This is very expensive, but is your only way of ensuring that you know your item is safe. Unfortunately, with the issues in each country, we cannot guarantee, that after an item leaves the United States, it will arrive to you without interference. The post office, and ourselves, have had countless debates over this. They also have issues with countries charging their citizens extra customs fees randomly, this is also something we have no control over, and although it is only occasional, it is something that we cannot expect nor guess about.
PLEASE NOTE THAT AS OF OCTOBER 15TH WE HAVE SEEN SERIOUS DELAYS IN THE DELIVERY OF OUR PACKAGES TO AFRICAN COUNTRIES. ON AVERAGE, OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE RECEIVED THEIR PACKAGES 4-6 MONTHS AFTER WE SHIPPED THEM OUT. We let our customers and clients from international countries beware that there is nothing we can do to expedite your package delivery after it has left the USA borders. We will not refund you on international packages that have not been received once they have been shipped by us. To date, everyone has received their packages, but the rate of delivery varies significantly between countries. We also cannot account for packages that go missing in foreign countries. Unfortunately, not all countries have as strict legal ramifications for package theft as the USA. Many of our magickals are one of a kind, and for those that are not, or items we have more than one of, etc., we will not send another package out just because you have not received the first package. You assume the risk of purchasing Internationally, and we do our due diligence by providing evidence that we have shipped your package.
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A Word About Magick:
Due to the nature of our business, we do not accept returns or give refunds. We try to never make mistakes on our shipments, but if for some reason we have sent you an incorrect item, please let us know right away so that we may correct that error.
REFUNDS: All sales are final. The only time we ever offer a refund is if the item has arrived damaged. This rarely occurs, but if it does, we require that our clients email us a picture of the damaged item, and upon our receiving the photo and deeming that it is, in fact, damaged in transit, we will require that the buyer return the damaged item to us, at the cost of the buyer. Once we are in receipt of the item, we will then return your purchase price, minus the shipping cost.
We are very strict about our NO RETURNS ACCEPTED policy, as well as have added this disclaimer so that you are fully aware that when you purchase from us, you are releasing us from any liability associated with your purchase, our items, and by purchasing from us, you have agreed to our policies as stated above.
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FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY-WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THE LEVEL OF PSYCHIC OR PARANORMAL ACTIVITY THAT MAY OR MAY NOT OCCUR. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR MISUSE OF THIS ITEM OR IT’S POWERS-NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT-LEGAL ADVICE, ETC. PLEASE SEE A DOCTOR FOR HEALTH PROBLEMS AND THINK POSITIVE-VISUALIZE YOUR HEALING-REMEMBER MODERN MEDICINE IS A MAGICK OF SORTS, TOO. BUYERS MUST BE OVER 18 YEARS OF AGE.
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