It had been said and apparently so is David Cameron and the Queen but she is in a very high rank. The truth is not known because of their secrecy. Personally I believe it.
Well, he didn't deny, or assert his membership in Yale's Skull & Bones when asked about it by the mysteriously-deceased Tim Russert on 02/08/2004. I don't know if he's a Freemason, but he's obviously part of that secret society as so is his father, Bush Sr. The Freemason's may not be a secret cult, but their practices sure are. Read "Masonry Beyond the Light" by William Schnoebelen.
The Freemasons are not a secret cult, I wish people would give that crap up. And you have to be a man to be a Freemason! To answer your question, no George W Bush is not a Freemason. Though several past President's have been. If you want to know more about the Freemasons you can check out my hub http://daskittlez69.hubpages.com/hub/Mi … d-Shriners
I don't know about the Masons per se, but I know that he is a member of a Masonic style secret society based at Yale Uni known as the "Skull and Bones" (their members are known as "Bonesmen"). Many US presidents (including Bush's dad), and other powerful political and industrial figures have been "Bonesmen", leading to many conspiracy theories that the Skull and Bones Society is part of an elitist plot to take over the world (and stuff like that).
No he is not. He is a member of the Skull and Bones society. Freemasons are intellectuals, he is not.
Counter question: To be part of the Free Masons, I thought you had to be educated?
George W. Bush is not a Freemason. The Skull & Bones is not part of the Freemasons. It is a fraternal organization but not the Masonic Fraternity. There are a lot of myths about Freemasons but I can tell you that they are not a bad organization, they do not allow one into the fraternity based on his intellect, wealth, or what job you have. Freemasons is fraternity that does many great things for their communities, and they make good men better. Men are never asked to join the fraternity. A good man must ask to be accepted into Freemasonry. For the ill-informed people that think it is a bad, secretive cult, I can only suggest that you brush up on your knowledge about the fraternity and you will soon find out that it is nothing like you are shooting your mouth off about. There are Masonic Lodges in or very close to every community throughout the United States and the world. If you would like to learn more about them, call up one of the lodges and ask to speak with an officer of the lodge to get some information. He will be glad to provide you with reading material and other websites where you can obtain some more information. Once you find that you are becoming interested in the Freemasons and consider becoming a Freemason, then ask a member how to become a Mason. He will help you from there. You can read about the Freemasons on my hub here,
http://allenwilliams.hubpages.com/hub/F … Fraternity
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