Saturday, May 14, 2011

The Osama bin Laden Conspiracy - Redux

Previously on I was talking about the Osama bin Laden Conspiracy and how I thought it would join the ranks of all the other popular conspiracy theories.
Well I started looking at the popular terms here and "Geronimo" popped up.
I thought "Well that's because the SEAL codename for Osama bin Laden was Geronimo."


It was because of an entry I did back in January of 2010 where I mentioned that Christie's auction house was auctioning off a human skull that once belonged to the Skull and Bones Society.
The skull in question was rumored to be the skull of the famous Apache leader, Geronimo.

Although Harlyn Geronimo, Geronimo's great-grandson said this...

"Whether it was intended only to name the military operation to kill or capture Osama bin Laden or to give Osama bin Laden himself the code name Geronimo, either was an outrageous insult and mistake. And it is clear from the military records released that the name Geronimo was used at times by military personnel involved for both the military operation and for Osama bin Laden himself.
Obviously to equate Geronimo with Osama bin Laden is an unpardonable slander of Native America and its most famous leader in history.
And to call the operation to kill or capture Osama bin Laden by the name Geronimo is such a subversion of history that it also defames a great human spirit and Native American leader. For Geronimo himself was the focus of precisely such an operation by the U.S. military, an operation that assured Geronimo a lasting place in American and human history."

It may have been an "insult and mistake" as Harlyn says, but he also says that "Geronimo himself was the focus of precisely such an operation by the U.S. military".

That made me start thinking.
What if the reason Osama's body was buried at sea was because they cut off his head, with the intention of sending the skull to Skull and Bones Society as a trophy?
As you probably already know, Prescott Bush was one of the six members of the Yale secret society that were implicated in stealing Geronimo's skull in the first place.
Remember when Vice President Dick Cheney said he would willingly accept the al-Qaeda leader’s head "on a platter"?
Okay I know that's a figure of speech and it is "Darth Cheney" we are talking about here.

Of course there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever to back any of this up.
It's just a theory.
But that's what the blog is about right?

By the way, it seems Loren Coleman is also thinking along the same lines (maybe I'm not as crazy as I think) and has a very in depth write up about this on his blog here:

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