Skull and Bones – Yale’s Secret Exclusive Society Producing America’s Leaders | Journeyman Pictures

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Lifelong Access to Power and Privilege

Skull and Bones – Yale’s Secret Exclusive Society – 2002 | Journeyman Pictures

They only accept 15 members each year and the group is so secretive that, when asked, members must leave the room in case they betray any secrets. George Bush and his father were members.

This film charts the history of secret Yale society ‘’, which grants members lifelong access to power and privilege. Like other , ‘’ has spawned many rumours about its arcane rituals and concern about the veiled access to power it offers. “ is a Free-masonic association. You could call it a death cult,” says commentator . The society meets in the ‘tomb’, a crypt-like building where skeletons are kept. Novices have bags placed over their heads, and have to swear an oath of secrecy. Founded in the 1830’s, the elite institution has been the springboard for Presidents, tycoons and men alike. Members have included the most powerful American families: the Tafts, Harrimans and Rockefellers.

“Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

Lord Acton
– Back row, left of the grandfather clock.
The Brotherhood of Death

, also known as The OrderOrder 322 or The Brotherhood of Death is an undergraduate senior secret student society at  in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. The oldest senior class society at the university, has become a cultural institution known for its powerful alumni.

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