SKULL AND BONES:
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SKULL AND BONES:
"IT'S PART OF WHO I AM'-
THE HIGHEST MORAL AUTHORITY
DURING HIS PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN of 2000, George W. Bush gave a 90-minute talk (on July 31) with the managing editor of the Illuminati controlled TIME magazine (so says Jesuit Professor Carroll Quigley: see later chapter titled “The Rhodes Gang”). At one point in the interview, Walter Isaacson asked Mr. Bush whether it troubled him at all that he had been initiated into the secret Society of Skull and Bones, to which Bush responded exuberantly, “No qualms at all. I was honored.”
The problem with that response is that the secrets of this Order mark its members as infidels and debauchees, with skeletons in their closets.
The reason the ‘literary society’ of Skull and Bones is of particular concern is that its members are required to take an oath (see later) that completely absolves them from—takes precedence over—allegiance to any nation or king or government or constitution, including the negating of any subsequent oath which they may be required to take, that conflicts with the interests of the Order. To whom then do they swear their ultimate allegiance? We must go back to the origin of the Order to see the roots that sustain these branches.
Now, there has been a certain amount of deliberate falsehoods put out by some who belong to the Order called Skull and Bones. I now offer a very different, and we hope more correct view. As we shall see, Skull and Bones is merely a chapter of the German Illuminati, founded by the Jesuit, Adam Weishaupt.
THE HISTORY OF SKULL AND BONES
The masterminds behind the formation of Skull and Bones were William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft. Russell, while on a student tour of Germany, met Adam Weishaupt and was initiated by him into the Illuminati. In 1832, Russell took his newfound wisdom (or ‘illumination’) back to America. A year later, in 1832, a group of Yale undergraduates, led by Alphonso Taft and Russell, formed a society called, “The Skull and Bones,” modelled after the old Phi Beta Kappa Society of 1776 and set up as Chapter 322 of the German Illuminati. Today Skull and Bones’ corporate name is The Russell Trust Association, which financies Skull and Bones, and also supervises the Order’s adherence to the tradition.
Alphonso Taft would later become both President and Chief Justice of the United States—one of four Justices known as the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.” Indeed, “Skull and Bones leads the list in influence, age, and society standing,” among American secret society.
Why have I alleged that Skull and Bones is a Chapter of the German Illuminati formed by Adam Weishaupt? What evidence is there to support this? There is a world-wide secret society called the Brotherhood of Death Society, whose symbol is also the skull with two crossed bones. At this point we want to draw a comparison between Skull and Bones and the Order known as the Thule Society, which many commentators have said is the German chapter of the Brotherhood of Death Society. It is known that Adolf Hitler joined this society in 1919, under the leadership of Dietrich Eckhart. As Eckhart revealed on his deathbed, “Follow Hitler; he will dance, but it is I who have called the tune. I have initiated him into the Secret Doctrine, opened his centers in vision, and given him the means to communicate with the powers.”  Skull and Bones’ symbol is also a skull with two crossed bones, but with the mysterious number ‘322’ underneath. It is claimed that certain documents exist which state that Skull and Bones is Chapter 322 of a corps of a German University, and that this German Secret Society (the Thule Society) was the basis for the founding of Skull and Bones at Yale University in 1832. In 1876 the headquarters of Shull and Bones was broken into and a document was found inside with the these words: “From the German Chapter. Presented by Patriarch D.C. Gilman of D. 50.” [Emphasis supplied].
There are indeed some very striking similarities. Like the Thule Society, members of the Order of Skull and Bones are initiated into the society by what is called “sexual magic ritual.” “The [ritualistic] death of the initiate will be as frightful as the use of human skeletons and ritual psychology can make it.... ” The Thule Society performed sexual rituals in their practices, likewise, Skull and Bones also incorporates sexual activities into their initiations (for which see later). Additionally, The Thule Society, were “concerned with raising their consciousness by means of rituals to awareness of evil and nonhuman intelligences in the universe; and with achieving means of communication with these intelligences.” Likewise, the initiates of Skull and Bones believe that they are “born again,” a term that in the Bones vocabulary means “enlightenment,” not the usually meaning given to it in the Christian Gospels.
Significantly, in the book Proofs of a Conspiracy (previously cited) Prof. Robison described the initiation ceremony into the “Regent Degree” of the Illuminati; and according to author Kris Millegan, in his book Fleshing Out Skull and Bones, “It [the Illuminati’s initiation ceremony] bears a striking resemblance to the… ritual for entry into Skull and Bones at Yale.”
The oath taken by the Illuminati requires the initiated to disregard all bonds of allegiance whether to father, mother, brothers, sisters, relations, friends or to the king, magistrates, and any other authority to which loyalty, obedience, or service may have been sworn. The particular passage reads: “faithfulness and everlasting obedience to all superiors and regulations of the Order…. you are free from the so-called oath to country and laws: swear to reveal to the new chief… what you may have seen or done, intercepted, read or heard, learned or surmised, and also seek for and spy out what your eyes cannot discern. Honour and respect the Aqua Tofana (a slow poison) as a sure, prompt, and necessary means of purging the globe by death of those who seek to vilify the truth [their ideology] and seize it from our hands... in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.”
“YOU MUST BE BORN AGAIN”: INITIATION BY DON QUIXOTE
Let us look more closely at Skull and Bones and its grotesque Illuminati initiation ritual. On April 23, 2001, ABC News reported on a Hidden Video Capture of the Skull and Bones initiation ritual. From this video we know that the initiation takes place on the campus of Yale University in a building called “The Tomb.” Ron Rosenbaum, columnist for the New York Observer, hid out on the ledge of a nearby building and videotaped the nocturnal initiation ceremony in the Tomb’s courtyard. He says that in the room “The death’s-head logo stamps everything from crockery to painted borders on the wall.” There were three people officiating—one dressed like the pope, another like Hiram Abif (the Masonic Messiah) and a third like a Don Quixote [D].
Why the Skull and Bones ritual would have as officiants Bonesmen dressed like the pope, Hiram Abif, and Don Quixote? Let’s look at this a bit closer. However, we need not strain for an answer: the pope represents the supremacy of Catholicism; in Hiram Abif we have the well known representative of Freemasonry. But who is this character Don Quixote?
The Jesuit Carroll Quigley once said, “Look at the real situations which lie beneath the conceptual and verbal symbols.” So let’s take his advice. Quixote was satirically characterized as the epically famous “madman” of Azpeitia. If we start with Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the author of Don Quixote, we discover that not only was he a “strict Roman Catholic” it is believed that he also attended a Jesuit school in 1566: “Cervantes is likely [to have] enrolled in a Jesuit high school (colegio).” Next we find that Cervantes’ book Don Quixote expressly refers to the pope as “His Holiness the Pope…” and “his holiness Pope Pius V of happy memory.” (pp. 138, 331).
Interestingly, Pope Gregory XII used almost identical words to Cervantes in his letter, dated December 12, 1580, inciting Catholics to murder Queen Elizabeth I: “… that guilty woman (Elizabeth) of England…. is the cause of so much injury to the Catholic faith…. whosoever sends her out of the world with the pious intention of doing God service… especially having regard to the sentence pronounced against her by Pius V of holy memory….”
So who was this character represented by the original “Don Quixote” of whom Cervantes wrote so affectionately? “It was Ignatius Loyola,” says English commentator John Bowle. Was Bowle right? The theory that Loyola (the first Jesuit General) is the man represented in the figure of Don Quixote, as first mooted by Bowle, hangs on a passage in the book Don Quixote where the angry Biscayan, the enemy of Don Quixote, is made a native of Azpeitia—the name of the obscure Spanish village where Loyola was born.  It is interesting to note that Quixote the “madman” of Azpeitia had wild visions of fighting with a dragon. Likewise, Ignatius Loyola claimed to have fought with Satan, who is referred to in the Bible as the winged “serpent” and “the dragon” (Revelation 12:3,9,17).
Further, in the story Don Quixote is said to have “composed a rosary” in honour of the Virgin Mary, who is typecast as the girl whom he loves “untouched by any man” who “still possesses… virginity.” (pp. xx, 802). A clear reference to the Virgin Mary—the idol of Loyola and the Jesuits. Even their mother church is named Mary.
In another book Our Lord Don Quixote (1905), Catholic professor Miguel de Unamuno draws parallels between Don Quixote and the life of the founder of the Jesuit Order, Ignatius of Loyola, their “Lord”. And the Jesuit-trained Voltaire wrote, the only difference between Loyola and the Quixote, is that “Don Quixote had a horse and an esquire, but Ignatius was not provided with either.”
Another link to the Jesuits is the use of the skull and crossbones emblem. Earlier we saw that when a Jesuit of the lower rank is to be elevated to a position of command, he is conducted into a Chapel of the Order, where he swears an oath under “a banner of yellow and white [the colours of the pope], and... a black banner with a dagger and red cross above a skull and crossbones.” Bonesmen likewise take an oath of inviolate secrecy while standing before a skull and cross-bones. So, here we see that the Skull and Bones initiation ritual, like that of the Jesuits uses the occult icon of the skull and crossbones.
It is also curious that the emblem of the skull and crossbones is also the symbol of the Chancellor for the Knights of Columbus. Interestingly, at the initiation of Mason the initiate is placed in a coffin and then lifted up; and when he opens his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones? Are these similarities between the initiation of Skull and Bones, the Jesuits and Freemasons just another coincidence?
Albert C Stevens (the respected historian) also makes this interesting connection between the Masonic Kappa Sigma society, [discussed at Continuing Counter Reformation here] founded in 1867 at the University of Virginia, and Skull and Bones. On page 355, Stevens states, “The badge [of Kappa Sigma] is an inverted crescent of gold, attached to and below which, by four of its points, is a five-pointed star [the pentagram] with the letters Kappa Sigma in its center…. At the top, on the crescent, a skull and bones are engraved; at the left, the crossed keys [a symbol of the pope’s power], and at the right, crossed swords.” Is this all mere coincidence?
Returning to Quixote. Note, too, that “the hero [Don Quixote] is not one whom the author [Cervantes] desired to revile or to malign,” rather, says Charles Francis Horne, “Never was a satire like this, which leaves us full of love and sympathy for the object [Quixote, i.e. Loyola].” Thus, in the initiation ceremony of Skull and Bones, the pope, the Masonic Hiram Abif, and the Jesuit icon, Don Quixote, are all figures of admiration and emulation. Not surprisingly, then, many of the leading politicians in America, Bush, Clinton, Kerry, Rice, etc., bend and fawn before the Roman pontiff.
It is also quite interesting to note that Pope Benedict XVI (when he was Cardinal Ratzinger) also praised the character Don Quixote. In his book Principles of Catholic Theology the Pope referred to the madman Don Quixote as “a crusader for truth even if the defense of it should cost him his life.” Did not Loyola, that “ingenious gentleman” and crusader, teach the members of his Order to defend the Catholic faith at all hazards, even at the cost of their lives? Is that what Pope Benedict XVI is suggesting to his flock? Is this one the Principles of Catholic Theology?
To continue with the initiation. The Skull and Bones initiate is made to “face a skeleton, and at its feet are a crown and a sword.” During this ritual the Bonesmen shriek out, “Eulogia! Eulogia! Eulogia!” as the initiate is escorted into the inner temple (Room 322), where he is made to sign his name to an oath of utmost secrecy. He is then made to stand before a picture of Judas Iscariot, whose name is shouted aloud three times.
The initiate is next led to the most important part of the ritual, and pushed to his knees before a human skull filled with blood, which skull is resting at the foot of a human skeleton called “Madame Pompadour.” The other Bonesmen cry: “Drink it! Drink it! Drink it!” This mockery of the Christian sacrament is known as the “Black Mass.” When he is done drinking, the initiate is whipped in the face with the tail of the person dressed as the Don Quiote (the classic literary character symbolic of Ignatius Loyola). He is next taken quickly before the Bonesman dressed like the Pope. The initiate must bend and “kiss the Pope’s slippered toe.” This very fact—kissing the slippered toe of the pope—shows that their first allegiance is to the pope! Just as the ‘faithful’ Catholic kisses the toe of the bronze statue of St. Peter, inside the Basilica at Rome, so too, the Bonesman must kiss the pope’s slippered toe at his ritual initiation into the Order.
But that is not all. The candidate is then shoved to his knees in front of Don Quixote. As the shrieking Bonesmen fall silent Don Quixote taps the supplicant on his shoulder with a sword and says, “By order of our Order, I dub you a knight of Eulogia.” This is significant! Not only does the initiate kiss the pope’s toe, more importantly, the initiate is welcomed into the Order by the figure symbolizing the Jesuit General, Don Quixote: “I dub you a knight of Eulogia.” This lurid “melodrama” culminates in a ritual of mock sacrifice of a naked female.
THE RELIGION OF SKULL AND BONES: IS BUSH CHRISTIAN?
The sitting President, George W. Bush, is worryingly ‘religious.’ The President claims that he is on a “divinely” appointed mission! We shall see a little later.
The Bonesmen use the Greek word: eulogia (“blessing”) and are referred to as Knights of Eulogia, because, according to the lore of Skull and Bones, a Roman goddess called Eulogia, after ascending to heaven in 322 BC, came back to earth in 1832 to found their society. Students of history will know that the Greek general, Alexander the Great died in 322 B.C. and was buried in Memphis, Egypt, and that his body was dug up and reburied in the Gnostic capital of Alexandria. As it turns out, the home of Skull and Bones, on the campus of Yale, is a windowless structure built to look like a mausoleum (a tomb) in a Greco-Egyptian style.
Is Bush a Christian? Judge for yourself. At one stage in the ritual initiation of Skull and Bones the initiates must “lay naked in coffins and tell their deepest and darkest sexual secrets as part of their initiation.” (Esquire, September, 1976, p. 85). Satanic high priest Anton LaVey explains the significance of this in his book The Satanic Rituals: Companion to the Satanic Bible: “The ceremony of rebirth takes place in a large coffin... This is similar to the coffin symbolism that...is found in most lodge rituals.” Curiously enough, during the 1988 Presidential Campaign, a TV reporter asked Vice-President George H. W. Bush Sr. (father of President George W. Bush) whether he was a Christian. Bush Sr. initially stammered, but then said, “if you mean born again, then, yes, I am a Christian.” Now, was that a misleading statement on the part of George Bush Sr.? Is he a Christian or just “born again” Bonesman?
Just to set the record straight, so that Christians don’t get confused about Bush’s “born again” lark: Skull and Bones believe that on the night of initiation, the initiate “dies to the world and [is] born again into the Order.… ” When an initiate enters the coffin during his initiation, he is considered to have “died to self and to this world,” and born again into the Order. He is not born again in Christ.
Here is part of a 2000 interview (original transcript) given by the son, President George W. Bush Jr.:
“TIME: But you [George W. Jnr.] sure shared a lot of the same upbringing: Andover, Yale, even Skull and Bones. Did you have any qualms, say, about joining an elite secret club like Bones?
Bush: No qualms at all. I was honored. I was fairly nonchalant. I didn’t view it as a great heritage thing. I didn’t take it all that seriously.
TIME: Demystify it a bit for those who might think it’s a cross between a Masonic Lodge and the Trilateral Commission. Did your father show up for your initiation, like your grandfather showed up for his?
Bush: Without revealing all the great secrets? I got a few of my old club mates who could demystify it right off the bat. My dad didn’t tap me. Someone a year ahead of me tapped me. There was an entry celebration. I can’t remember whether my dad showed up or not…. ”
Note that President Bush did not deny that Skull and Bones was a Masonic Lodge, rather he confirmed that he could not reveal “all the great secrets.” In fact that same 2000 interview, Bush said of his family’s historical involvement in Skull and Bones it is “my heritage; its part of who I am.” Indeed it is: his father, George H.W. Bush Sr. is also a “born again” member. Bush once said, to understand people you have to look at their family.
So, what exactly is Bush’s mission? “I’m here for a reason,” Bush told his chief political aide Karl Rove after the September 11 attacks. Close friends of the President speak of his views in similar terms: “I think, in his frame, this is what God has asked him to do,” said one close friend. One senior administration official said, “[Bush] really believes he was placed here to do this as part of a divine plan.” The question is: what divine plan is he referring to, God’s or someone else’s? We can guess the answer from a statement that Bush made t wo years into his presidency: “The best way to honour Pope John Paul II… is to take his teaching seriously… and PUT HIS WORDS AND TEACHINGS INTO ACTION HERE IN AMERICA.” Perhaps this explains what President Bush meant when three years later in 2004 he told the Knights of Columbus that he was their “friend in… administration,” and that together they would work “to change America”! Is President Bush a Catholic, you ask? Really, dear reader, you are far too inquisitive!
On March 23, 2001, a day after promising to put the pope’s teachings in to action in America, Bush was speaking at The Catholic University of America, and he reminded his audience that the former president of the Soviet Union had called the pope “the highest moral authority on earth.” Why did Bush feel the need to remind his audience of this? Does Bush also regard the pope as “the highest moral authority on earth?
Perhaps Bush and the Russian President were referring to a papal statement made on July 18, 1870 by Pope Pius IX: “We declare it to be an article of faith that the Roman Pope possesses infallibility in any doctrine relating to faith and morals. If anyone shall oppose this our decision, which God forbid, let him be accursed.”
Intelligent reader, whenever you hear a man express such views, as freely as Bush does, you can be sure that he is either a Jesuit, a tool of the Jesuits or that he has been “poisoned by their maxims.” Take your pick, the conclusions are not far different. Bonesmen do not kiss the pope’s ring at their initiation ceremony for no reason!
The Belfast Telegraph, April 14, 2007 reported: “US President George W Bush will meet with Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican in June…. ” This meeting took place on June 25, 2007. Both men exchanged gifts. Why would the President of the United States of America go to Rome to kiss the ring of a mitred king of the Vatican? Bush had a “closed-door discussion” with Pope Benedict! As one of my acquaintances asked, “What did Bush and Benedict say to one another during those 35 minutes of privacy following the journalists’ departure from the Pope’s [private] library?” Equally fascinating is the significance of Benedict’s ‘message-packed’ gift to the U.S. commander-in-chief: a rare first edition of the autobiography of John Carroll of Baltimore. John Carroll was the first Catholic Archbishop of the United States and founder of the first Jesuit university in America—Georgetown University!
How profound of D. S. Phelan (a priest) to say, “The pope is the ruler of the world. All the emperors, all the kings, all the princes, all the presidents of the world are as these altar boys of mine.” Why do you doubt this? Have we not seen photographic, video and Television images of three U.S. presidents kneeling in homage before the bier of Pope John Paul II.
Robert Higgs comments of the power of the pope: “Observing the many government leaders gathered at the Vatican for the funeral of Pope John Paul II, we might well have suspected that the world’s politico-military chieftains need what the Pope has more than the Pope needs what they have.”
Above is the pictute of Bush Snr., along with his son President George W. Bush, his daughter-in-law, Laura, former President Bill Clinton, and Condi Rice, kneeling with hands clasped before the bier of Pope John Paul II.
This brings us back nicely to the question of why Bush said in his autobiography: “[in] My senior year (at Yale) I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society, so secret, I can’t say anything more.” Why not? Is that not a fair question to ask, intelligent reader? Bill Cooper says it is because: “Members of the Order take an oath that absolves them from any allegiance to any nation or king or government or constitution, and that includes the negating of any subsequent oath, which they may be required to take. They swear allegiance only to the Order and its goal of a New World Order... according to the oath Bush took when he was initiated into Skull and Bones, his oath of office as President of the United States means nothing.”
George W. Bush would have us believe that Skull and Bones is merely a footnote in his past: that he has had nothing to do with the Order after graduating from Yale. However, in 1971, “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 applied to Skull and Bones for financial aid. With assistance from his uncle Jonathan Bush [a Bonesman], he lined up $565,000… One of them contributed $93,000—the venture capitalist William H. Draper III [also a Bonesman],” and “Twelve Bonesmen… gave a total of $35,500 to Bush’s 1998 gubernatorial campaign. At least forty-six Bonesmen… have given approximately $1,000 apiece to his presidential campaign—the maximum allowed by law.”
If you are scratching your head wondering to whom members of Skull and Bones take their secret oath of allegiance, the answer is: the ‘unknown superiors’—the pope, Masonic heads of the Order, all of whom answer to Quixote. And since, as we have seen, Skull and Bones honours the pope and Jesuit General (in the figure of Don Quixote), then is it too much of a stretch to conclude that the allegiance of Skull and Bones is to the Pope? This also begs the question, how can the American people place their trust in a President who holds secrecy and concealment so dear? How can they be sure that Bush hasn’t taken an oath to the superiors of his Order which conflicts with his duties as President? Said President John F. Kennedy: “The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers, which are cited to justify it. No President should fear public scrutiny of his program.” Kennedy was assassinated!
So, in case you are still wondering why Bush “can’t say anything more” about Skull and Bones, perhaps it’s because he fears sharing the fate of President Kennedy. Or maybe it’s because as Plato said: “To assist in keeping up the deception, we will form secret societies and clubs… and so by fair means or by foul we shall gain our ends and carry on our dishonest proceedings with impunity.”
Well said were the words of President Ulysses S. Grant: “…all secret, oath-bound, political parties are dangerous to any nation, no matter how pure or how patriotic the motives and principles which first bring them together.” For as Arkon writes, members of these secret societies seek to “gain financial and social power, and to place them at the disposal of the group,” Indeed, as we have seen and shall yet see again, we have cause to fear the Jesuits and their acolytes (Bonesmen, Rhodes Scholars, Phi Beta Kappa, etc., etc.) whose sole aim is to place men in high office—as advisers to presidents, congressmen, senators, Whitehouse aides, and Supreme Court Judges—to further their secret oath-bound purposes.
Codeword Barbêlôn—666—Danger in the Vatican
Sub-title - The Sons of Loyola and their Plans for World Domination...
Author: Stuart, P.D.
 Interview by Walter Isaacson, “George W. Bush: ‘My Heritage Is Part Of Who I Am.’” Time Magazine, August 7th 2000 (Time Volume 156, No. 6) ; also reported on cnn.com (Times/CNN, August 1, 2000):
 Both former President George Bush Snr. and President George W. Bush Jnr. are active members. See also, Anthony Sutton’s, America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones (Billings: Montana, Liberty House Press, 1983).
 Arthur Preuss, A Dictionary of Secret and Other Societies (B. Herder Book Co., 1924), p. 161.
 Trevor Ravenscroft, The Spear Of Destiny: The Occult Power Behind the Spear Which Pierced the Side of Christ (New York: Putnam, 1973), p. 91; See too, Bill Cooper, Behold A Pale Horse, op. cit., p. 81; and Antony Sutton, America’s Secret Establishment, op. cit., p.7.
 Antony C. Sutton, America’s Secret Establishment, op. cit., p. 212.
 Ron Rosenbaum, “The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones,” September 1977 issue, Esquire Magazine, p. 89.
 Ravenscroft, op. cit., p. 161.
 Kris Millegan, Fleshing Out Skull and Bones, op. cit., p. 17.
 Ron Rosenbaum, Video footage captured on April 14, 2001, New York Observer.
 Alexandra Robbins, Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones (New York: Little, Brown and Company Limited, 2002), p. 87. Robbins, a 1998 graduate of Yale University, is on the staff of The New Yorker’s Washington bureau.
 Ron Rosenbaum, “The Last Secrets of Skull and Bones,” Esquire Magazine, Sept. 1976 issue, pp. 85, 86, 89.
 Anthony Joseph Cascardi, The Cambridge Companion to Cervantes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), p. xi.
 Charles Francis et. al., The Great Events by Famous Historians, (The National Alumni, 1905), pp. 238-340.
 Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547–1616), Don Quixote, or El Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha—“The ingenious gentleman Don Quixote of la Mancha” (Madrid: Francisco Robles, and Juan de la Cuesta, 1605), pt. 1, 1605; pt. 2, 1615, p. 325-329; See too, Encyclopaedia Britannica (15th edn. 1986), Vol. 15, p. 753; Harold Bloom, Genius (New York: Warner Books 2002), p. 15. It is said that after the Bible, Don Quixote is the world’s most translated book.
 Henry Edward, Miguel de Cervantes, His Life & Works (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1895), p. 139. Ignatius was born at Azpeitia in the Basque province of Guipuezcoa, and was given the name Don Iñigo de Oñez y Loyola.
 John Morley, The Works of Voltaire, (1901), already cited, heading “Ignatius Loyola.”
 Albert C. Stevens, The Cyclopedia of Fraternities, op. cit., pp. 355-356.
 Charles Francis, The Great Events by Famous Historians, op. cit., pp. 238-340.
 Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), Principles of Catholic Theology (San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press 1987 ), p. 392, quoting in part from Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote La Mancha.
 Kris Millegan, Fleshing Out Skull and Bones op. cit., p. 17.
 Ibid., p.120.
 Anton S. LaVey, The Satanic Rituals: Companion to the Satanic Bible (New York: Avon Books/HarperCollins, 1972, 1976), pp. 2, 57.
 Antony Sutton, Esquire Magazine, Sept. 1977 issue, p. 89. Sutton was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and economics professor at California State University, Los Angeles. He was educated at the universities of London, Gottingen and California.
 Bob Woodward, Bush at War (NY: Simon & Schuster, 2002), p. 205.
 Quoted in Frank Bruni’s, “For President, A Mission and a Role in History,” New York Times, September 22, 2001, p. A1.
 Quoted Michael Hirsh, “America’s Mission,” Newsw
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