Turns Out Justice Scalia Was At A Meeting Of An Ancient Secret Society When He Died
Big, big, big day for those of you who believe the world is run by a cabal of elites, be it the Free Masons, Illuminati, or New World Order.
One of the most powerful men on the planet, Antonin Scalia, was at a meeting for a secret society when he unexpectedly passed away earlier this month.
The Washington Post has the scoop. The hunting trip Scalia went on was with the International Order of St. Hubertus, an Austrian secret society that began in the 1600s and was instrumental in the assassination of archduke Franz Ferdinand in June of 1914 (citation needed on that last fact).
When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died 12 days ago at a West Texas ranch, he was among high-ranking members of an exclusive fraternity for hunters called the International Order of St. Hubertus, an Austrian society that dates back to the 1600s.
After Scalia’s death Feb. 13, the names of the 35 other guests at the remote resort, along with details about Scalia’s connection to the hunters, have remained largely unknown. A review of public records shows that some of the men who were with Scalia at the ranch are connected through the International Order of St. Hubertus, whose members gathered at least once before at the same ranch for a celebratory weekend.
The group is an all-male society (of course), who wear green robes with a Latin inscription on them that reads “Honoring God by honoring His creatures.”
By killing them.
Hey, do the titles sound Klan-esque? You better your fucking ass they do.
Some hold titles, such as Grand Master, Prior and Knight Grand Officer. The Order’s name is in honor of Hubert, the patron saint of hunters and fishermen.
Of course, now, no one is confirming Scalia’s partcipation in the secret society.
There is nothing I can add to your observation that among my many guests at Cibolo Creek Ranch over the years some members of the International Order of St. Hubertus have been numbered,” [Cibolo Creek Ranch owner John] Poindexter said in an email. “I am aware of no connection between that organization and Justice Scalia.”
Sure. Sure. SURE.
This could all be nothing. But it also could be the beginning of a Dan Brown novel unfolding right before us. An ancient society of men. A mysterious death of a Supreme Court justice. A bombastic, sensationalist figure unfathomably rises in the polls of a national election. And at the center of it all, one man, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, who must race to solve the clues left behind and save America from the brink.
I’d read the dick out of that.
Of course, that’s not the only way Scalia’s death could turn into a murder mystery thriller. Here are a few others.
[Via The Washington Post]