JFK assassination plot REVEALED: ‘Shock plan by secret Skull and Bones society’

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JFK assassination plot REVEALED: ‘Shock plan by secret Skull and Bones society’

Notorious fraternity club Skull and Bones contains powerful members and mysterious rituals but has long been associated with sinister conspiracy theories.

Powerful and important figures have been Skull and Bones members, from former US President George W. Bush to individuals in intelligence agencies and the financial sector.

They are feared because members, known as Bonesmen, use their bonds of power and influence to make their way up through the rank’s of America’s elite.

The group has been blamed for everything from the nuclear bomb to the Kennedy assassination.

In “Top 10 Secrets and Mysteries”, it is alleged that some members of the Skull and Bones society were behind the plot to assassinate John F. Kennedy in Dallas in 1963.

Conspiracy theorist Robert Gorden said: “Certainly the shots came from more than one direction.

“There had to be a conspiracy.

“The fatal head shot came from the front, entered the right temporal area, and blew out the back of the president’s head.”

The secretive Order of Skull and Bones exists only at Yale.

Fifteen juniors are "tapped" each year by the seniors to be initiated into next year's group. Some say each initiate is given $15,000 and a grandfather clock.

Sources claim that the main aim of the organisation is to place it’s members into the highest positions of power.

George W. Bush said in his 1999 autobiography: “My senior year I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society, so secret I can't say anything more.”

At different points throughout history, Bonesmen have had control over the fortunes of the Rockefellers, the Carnegies, and the Fords.

They’ve also had members rise through the ranks and obtain high offices in the Council on Foreign Relations, powerful media corporations such as Time, and, of course, three Presidents of the United States.

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