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Geronimos Stolen Bones
Published on 10 Nov 2020 / In People and Blogs

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michael davino
michael davino 22 days ago

322 Skull and Bones YALE stole Geronimo's Femurs and Skull. ?

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Geronimos Stolen Bones

About A secret society at Yale University called the Order of Skull and Bones. One of the organizations most storied legends involves the skull of Apache warrior Geronimo, who died in 1909 after two decades as a prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Okla. Nine years after Geronimo’s death, Skull and Bones members who were stationed at the army outpost dug up the warrior’s grave and stole his skull, as well as some bones and other personal relics. They then sprinted the remains away to New Haven, Conn., and stashed the skull at the society’s clubhouse, the Skull and Bones Tomb. The grave-robbing posse included Prescott Bush, father of George H.W. and grandfather of George W. A Letter Offers Clues Skull and Bones members swear an oath never to reveal what goes on inside the Tomb. But author Marc Wortman says that when he was at Yale’s Sterling Library researching The Millionaire’s Unit, his book about young men from the university who flew during World War I, he stumbled on a letter that seemed to confirm the rumor. Written from one Bonesman to another, the letter, which is dated 1918, reads: The skull of the worthy Geronimo the Terrible exhumed from its tomb at Fort Sill by your club and the Knight Haffner is now safe inside the Tomb, together with his well-worn femurs, bit and saddle horn. Now 20 descendants of Geronimo have filed a lawsuit against Skull and Bones, Yale University and members of the U.S. government (including Barack Obama), calling for the return of their ancestor’s remains from New Haven, Fort Sill and “wherever else they may be found.” Former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark who represents the Geronimo family says that Geronimo made it very clear — even before his surrender — that he wanted to be in the Apache lands of southwestern New Mexico. “When he met with Teddy Roosevelt, for instance, in March of 1905, his request was that he and the other Chiricahua Apaches who were prisoners of war be permitted to return to the headwaters of the Gila River … adding that if he couldn’t return in his lifetime, that he wanted to be buried there,” says Clark. The truth about Geronimo’s remains, The souls of the dead pass into a spirit world, where they can still communicate with the living through dreams or the intercession of medicine people. There is no afterlife dead people become stars or part of the earth unless they are disturbed and turned into ghosts by grave robbing or other unnatural acts. The afterlife reveal a hidden, spirit world that interacts with this earthly plane – a greater, underlying connection that exists before our eyes – many remaining unaware of its existence. Spirit co-existing with the physical world we know. “The first peace, which is the most important, is that which comes within the souls of people when they realize their relationship, their oneness with the universe and all its powers, and when they realize at the center of the universe dwells the Great Spirit, and that its center is really everywhere, it is within each of us.”

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