Conspiracy : Did Bush’s Grandfather Steal Geronimo’s Skull?

Since many members of the Bohemian Club are also members of Yale’s prestigious Skull and Bones club, the theft of Geronimo’s skull in 1918 is worth mentioning. According to the Apache warlord’s descendants who sued Yale University in 2009, Prescott Bush (George W.’s grandfather) and a group of Skull and Bones members raided Geronimo’s grave and made off with his skull and his left hand. They placed the skull in a glass case in the secretive tomb where the society holds their meetings.Why would they want to do that? And what does it have to do with the New World Order? The history of Skull and Bones is complex, but it is believed to have originated in Germany in the 1800s. Because of that origin, the Skull and Bones is closely connected to the Bavarian Illuminati, which gives it inextricable ties to the development of a one-government world.

It has all the ingredients for the ultimate conspiracy theory.

Take President Bush and his father, throw in a legendary Apache chief, strange rituals performed in the dead of night in a building named the Tomb, grave robbing, and a secret society of elite students called Skull and Bones.

The oft-told tale is that Bush’s grandfather, Prescott Bush, and some of his buddies at Yale, dug up the grave of Apache chief Geronimo, removing his skull and femur and placing them in a glass case in the lobby of the Tomb, the headquarters of the university’s notorious Skull and Bones society back in 1917.

It’s a story that’s become legend at Yale, passed down from generation to generation. Despite the lack of clear evidence, every new clue or rumor just adds to its allure.

But could a medicine man in Mescalero, N.M., be able to definitively prove whether the story is true?

Harlyn Geronimo, the great grandson of the Apache warrior, wants to prove that the skull is authentic by offering his DNA to see if it matches the bones, and he’s demanding the return of the remains.

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Ragnar Larsen

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