CNN writes about a very old skull, August 10, 2023 (hello Order 322)

History News Science Secret Societies Skull and Bones
Do you think the final slide, D2 is a clue? D is 4, thus 42.
And perhaps A1 is as well. A is 1, thus 11.
Black = 11 *Nigger = 42 (rituals over and over)
Nigeria, Nigger… some day modern day Nigeria is ancient Egypt

This news comes August 10, 2023.
8/10/23 = 8+10+23 = 41
Skull and Bones = 41

The 41st President was in Skull and Bones (so was the 43rd, and likely many more).

Skull and Bones is ‘Order 322.’

Today is 60 days before Yale, where Skull and Bones is, turns 322. And again, their alias is ‘Order 322.’ Today is the day major cable provider CNN is making this story part of their daily cycle. *Skull = 60 *Order = 60

Skull and Bones, Order 322, Yale turning 322 years old…

The 8 weeks and 4 days is interesting because New Haven was founded in 1784, and ‘New Haven, Connecticut’ equates to 84.
New Haven, Connecticut = 84

It is a reminder Skull and Bones is related to the Templars, and the Templar cross is in the middle of the Jesuit logo.
The Catholic Church = 84
The Jesuit Order = 84
Jesuit = 84

At the same time, it goes with this country.
United States of America = 84

And did you notice the 1,440 hours?
The United States of America = 144
Jesuit Order = 144

Also, notice that New Haven was settled on April 3 per Wikipedia.
Yale = 43
Bush I, 43rd VP
Bush II, 43rd President
Jeb Bush, 43rd Governor of Florida
Florida, the state that elected #43
Florida, the state where #43 was the day of 9/11
Florida, where Brady won the Super Bowl at age 43
Florida = 43
Football = 43

FYI, August 18 is 43 days after George H.W. Bush’s birthday, #43.

And notice, this skull was originally published about on the date July 31, 2023, Ignatius of Loyola’s death anniversary. Of course, he founded the Jesuit Order.

FYI, today is 35 days after George W. Bush’s July 6 birthday.
Skull and Bones = 149 (35th prime)
Catholic = 35

The Jesuits and the Templars serve the Catholic Church.

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