The New World Order is satanic.
So are its training grounds.
As my friend, Dr Horton, has shown, colleges are full of secret symbolism.
Everyone knows that Yale houses secret societies—from Skull and Bones, to Scroll and Key, to Book and Snake.
Once Yale had a sister school: Vassar.
Vassar considered a merger with Yale.
Vassar has secret societies.
The bitches are witches!
Above you can see a Sophomore Trig Ceremony, from 1887, in which students, dressed as devils, punish Adam and Eve.
The theme is picked up in the college art collection.
Witness Die Sinnlichkeit (Sinfulness) by Franz von Stuck.
In 1875, ten years after the assassination of President Lincoln, the Trig Ceremony concerned the killing of Julius Caesar, from which Lincoln’s assassin, John Wilkes Booth, took his inspiration.
In 1883, the Trig Ceremony concerned Bluebeard, whose story is often used in Illuminati programming.
In 1881, at another Trig Ceremony, which also dealt with Bluebeard, sex was heavily suggested.
There, “the timid Freshman” was “made to feel a realizing sense of the horrors of a union with Trig.”
In 1873, rape, possibly with objects, was picked up in the Trig Ceremony, which described “the agonies caused by Trig’s May-Poles.”
Pagan maypoles are a long tradition at Vassar College.
So is ecstatic dancing.
Sometimes this occurs on May Day.
In 1895, the last Trig Ceremony was “Ye Laste Dayes of Vassalem Wytchcraft.”
Some of this seems to be students joking around.
But the joke’s on them.
Vassar has hosted speakers on witchcraft.
Leo Martello was the speaker in 1978.
He wrote The Gay Witch.
Margot Adler was the speaker in 1995.
She’s a Wiccan priestess.
This year, Vassar published a calendar of religious holidays that included not only Samhain, the Day of the Dead, and other Wiccan holidays, but also, heading the list, Nag Panchami, which involves “the worship of snake deities.”
Check out the satanic pitchfork!
It’s not just Shiva, the god of destruction, who wields a trident!
Penny Lane, a Vassar alumna, made a film called Hail Satan, which screened on grounds.
The Vassar Devils are the school’s a cappella group.
Check out the pyramid!
Just like the Illuminati put on our money!
Vassar Devils are also a traditional school dessert.
At and around Vassar, they celebrate a lot of solar and lunar holidays.
Check out the telescope!
The Maria Mitchell Observatory was the first building completed at Vassar.
Imbolc is one of many solar holidays that might interest you.
You could visit the Imbolc Riverfire at the nearby Basilica Hudson.
The festival celebrates the rape of Persephone and her descent to the underworld.
Or you could head again, up the Hudson Valley, to see Winter Spiral.
This features three female accomplices of Hecate, the goddess of black magic.
Or you could head over to the old lunatic asylum, the Hudson River Hospital, on Route 9.
It’s one of many places where people were implanted and abused under illegal mind control programs.
There are also events on campus—such as plays about the Antichrist.
Or you could just hang out for Labyrinth Week.
Or maybe you could head over to the chapel.
They’re singing songs over there.
Or perhaps you’d like to go to the Yule Ball.
Yule is another satanic, uh, I mean pagan, holiday that involves death, sex, drinking, and the spirit world.
Satanists love to spill blood on magic days!
Maybe that’s why there’s a secret satanic temple, called the Devil’s Den, beneath the main building at Vassar.
It’s been walled up since innocent students discovered the altar, but below they wrote, in an article the school administration attempted to squash, how the face of Satan was painted on the wall, with phrases from the Book of Revelations, along with a pentagram, where small animals had been sacrificed.
The insides of those buildings can be spooky!
But the legends of ghosts derive from nothing other than the use of cybernetics, image to skull, and voice to skull against us.
Still, it’s not all glum on campus.
The buildings remind me of Chateau des Amerois: the Mothers of Darkness Castle.
Plus they have some lovely trees.
You know, just like the ones at Bohemian Grove.
There’s a tradition of adopting and planting class trees.
The campus is beautiful.
No wonder they have traditions like the Daisy Chain.
The fertility rite is the most famous of Vassar’s traditions.
You can learn about it in the library, which is covered with gargoyles.
Here’s a link to The Gargoyle Bulletin.
And here’s a map of the college, so you can find your way around.
See the compass at the bottom center?
See the runes along the border?
There are lots of neat buildings on campus.
The Alumnae House is only one.
It’s also called the House of a Thousand Treasures.
A lovely triptych, The Great Wonder: A Vision of the Apocalypse, was presented at the dedication of the Alumnae House in 1924.
Violet Oakley, who painted the work, also designed the program for the first Bryn Mawr College May Day Festival in 1900.
Bryn Mawr is another programming hub—probably like every one of the Seven Sisters.
The world owes a debt to Matthew Vassar, who founded the women’s college in Poughkeepsie.
Matthew Vassar was a freemason, as evinced by his taste in hats.
Matthew Vassar was associated with Solomon’s Lodge No. 6 and Solomon’s Chapter No. 31, which would take over the old building that used to be the Methodist Episcopal Church on Cannon Street.
The neighboring town of Poughkeepsie has satanic, um, I mean masonic, origins.
You can find a reference to Matthew Vassar in volume one of The American Masonic Record and The Albany Saturday Magazine.
Thanks to his foresight, naturalists like John Burroughs had a close relationship with the nature-worshipping ladies of Vassar.
He was a wizard!
And his bitches were witches!
Here’s a picture of the famous alumna, Edna St. Vincent Millay, as a child.
Here’s some china that belonged to Vassar’s famous daughter.
Here’s a comic based on her poem: Witch Wife.
And here’s her play, Two Slatterns and a King, first produced at Vassar College, which features a character called Slut.
In 1986, another Vassar slattern would cause the demise of the Reverend Henry L. Scott, the rector of St. Philip’s.
During his final sermon, Scott, who attended Harvard and Yale, told his speechless congregation that he dated a witch from Vassar College before she put a curse on him.
Aristotle Onassis would also blame a curse by his wife, Jackie O, for the death of his son, as he called her “The Witch.”
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy was a graduate of Vassar.
The role of Jane Fonda, in Blue Bird, looks tame by comparison.
She, too, is a Vassar alumna.
Something’s going on.
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