With the rise of fake news and conspiracy theories, the idea of secret societies and satanic rituals has become rather unpopular, and many high profile politicians have been scrutinized for their partaking in such things. But the reality is, respected politicians have always been selected from secret societies, which have consistently weeded out the best and brightest leaders from George Bush to John Kerry to Bill Clinton. All of these people belonged to one secret society or another and attended many rituals that ordinary Americans might find alarming, but which are perfectly normal for high-ranking officials.
Take Skull and Bones for example. Both Bushes, and John Kerry were part of this prestigious club at Yale University. The number 322 in the Skull and Bones logo is believed to refer to chapter 3, verse 22 of the Book of Genesis, detailing Adam and Eve’s choice of evil over good. Why should this be upsetting to common American folk? It’s in the bible! Skull and Bones are also known to perform homosexual acts and satanic rituals, which are also mentioned in the bible, and are therefore Christian.
Bohemian Grove is also a popular getaway for senior politicians, in which they also perform homosexual acts and burn effigies for fun. A perfectly innocent way to spend one’s free time. Here’s a video of one of these splendid holiday campfire getaways:
Seems perfectly ordinary to me. It’s perplexing that right wingers have a problem with this.
We also know that Hillary and John Podesta were very much into spirit cooking, which has been shown to greatly increase one’s mental fortitude and strength of character by exposing you to gruesome and horrifying sights and sensations. Why would anyone object to having leaders with greater mental strength?
Secret societies have consistently groomed and conditioned the best leaders in American history, allowing us to reach new heights of prosperity and enlightenment. Secret societies like the Bilderberg Group continue to formulate global policy for the betterment of mankind, and their consistency in promoting progress shows that they are a force for good in the world. It’s time for conspiracy theorists to admit that there really isn’t anything wrong with these societies or rituals, and that the moral character of the leaders who have emerged from them is an indication that they share American values. It’s time for secret societies to come out into the open and admit that they exist, because progress enough has been made now, that they are likely to be welcomed by modern Americans with open arms, instead of denigrated as they used to be by far-right Christian bigots.