The Boule – Skull and Bones Society (Part 1)




In 1904, the first African -American Greek Secret Society was formed in Philadelphia, by Dr. Henry Minton and five of his colleagues. The Boule, (an acronym for Sigma Pi Phi) and pronounced “boo-lay”), was formed to bring together a select group of educated Black men and women.
Fashioned after Yale’s Skull and Bones, the Boule historically takes pride in having provided leadership and service to Black Americans during the Great Depression, World Wars I and II, and the Civil Rights Movement.What could the Boule offer America’s Blacks in the early 20th century? Joining the exclusive secret society offered advancement and perks to select Blacks in return for loyalty to its objectives.
The Boule recruits top Blacks in American Society into its ranks. Today, 5000+ Archons, (male Boule members) and their wives, (Archousais), with 112 chapters, make up the wealthiest group of Black men and women on the planet. “Archon” means “demon” – the kind that like to keep hidden.
But to who does the Boule really serve? The Satanic (mostly white) global elite! As long as the Black member conforms to the rules, the riches will be in abundance; if not, down comes the hatchet. Blackmail is part of the deal. This Masonic secret society has a pyramid style like all the rest. The lower ranks are kept from knowing what the upper ranks are doing. The early 20th century was a period of reconstruction. Marcus Garvey’s “Back to Africa” Movement was in full swing. Garvey represented genuine Black leadership. W.E.B. Dubois, founding member of the NYC chapter of the Boule said, “The Boule was created to keep the black professional away from Marcus Garvey”. The remaking of the House Negro was necessary to institute a group of Blacks who had a vested interest in protecting the Elite White System. It was about selling out brothers and sisters for power and money. The majority of Black lawyers, doctors, engineers and accountants were members of this secret club.



The late conspiracy theorist and Futurologist Steve Cokely, had this to say: “Anywhere there are prominent professional Blacks, chances are they’re in the Boule”. Martin Luther King and Jesse Jackson are reported to have been Boule members, among many other high profile, successful and moneyed Blacks such as Barack Obama, Bill Cosby, Al Sharpton and Thurgood Marshall.The members of the Boule pose as Freedom Fighters or Civil Rights Activists on the surface. In truth, the elite members are operating for personal gain. The Boule works in concert with their masters in maintaining the grip of Illuminati supremacy on their people.The Boule is another arm of the nefarious secret societies that recruit, indoctrinate and cull for the dark forces. Therein are perks galore, power and notoriety all lying in wait for the easily compromised soul.In the Greek system, the Boule was the Lower House of Parliament. Charged with organizing the affairs of the city for the King. Let that sink in.This is an ancient story. The New World Order is The Old World Order. The elite Blacks of the Boule are culling and controlling their own for a slice of the elite white man’s pie.Like other secret societies, the Boule encourages homosexual trysts as initiation practices. This must be done to join the ranks. Bobby Hemmitt says, “Any kind of top-notch Negro gets together and they f*ck each other.”These perversions are then cataloged and stored on record. Later, if needed, these abuses may be used as bargaining tools in the ULTIMATE GAME. What is the Ultimate Game? Capturing human souls.The enemy may appear to have a white face but it goes much deeper than that. This is a force cloaked within many facades, personals, fictions and governing powers.
Incorporated, founded May 15, 1904 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This is the 1st black fraternity in america and was before the 1st black “college” frat, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated which was founded December 4, 1906. The Boule’ is a black GREEK secret society based on another secret society founded at Yale University called Skull & Bones. The Boule’s primary founder was Dr. Henry Minton (along with Dr.’s Eugene T. Henson, Edwin Clarence Howard, Algernon Brashear Jackson, Robert Jones Abele and Richard John Warrick), of Philadelphia.
The founding member of the New York City chapter, WEB DuBois, said the Boule’ was created to
“keep the black professional away from the ranks of Marcus Garvey.”
(One thing that needs to be pointed out is the time period. Shortly after the founding of the Boule’ was also a time Marcus Garvey’s “Back to Afrika” movement was reaching a million-plus people without television or radio.)
DuBois emphasized, as Cokely stated,

“the importance to steal the black professional away from Garvey because an Afrocentric organization that articulated and captured the black professional would give YT no safe haven in the black community, so the Boule’ — the remaking of the house negro was necessary to build a group of negroes who had an investment in protecting the white system as produced by whites having stolen this land…This is post reconstruction. Taking away the articulate negro, now desiring to replace them with organized institutions to keep them away from self improvement. So we find in the same period, as the founding of the Boule’, the founding of the 4 black male (Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, and Phi Beta Sigma) and 4 black female (Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta, and Sigma Gamma Rho) college-based fraternities and sororities…We also find the founding of the NAACP and Urban League.”

DuBois was one of the strongest opponents of Garvey and was an instrumental “tool” in stopping one of the strongest grassroots movements in this century. What was Garvey’s plan? His plan was to take as many Afrikans from the America’s and start a settlement in the nation of Liberia and then help their new nation produce and control their own rubber crops and other industries in natural resources.
Garvey said,

“If the oil of Africa is good for Rockefeller’s interest; if iron is good for Carnegie trust; then these minerals are good for us. Why should we allow wall street and the capitalist group of america and other countries exploit our country when they refuse to give us a fair chance in the countries of our adoption? Why should not Afrika give to the world its black Rockefeller, Rothschild, and Henry Ford?”

DuBois, along with Alain Locke — the first black (Cecil) Rhodes scholar — publicly defiled Garvey by calling him a “gorilla” any chance they got. Locke was quoted as saying:

“We hope the white man deliver’s cause we crushed a great black thing, but we know he’ll deliver or our people will attack and plague us forever more.”

These two house negroes made a bet that whites would come out on top and give a certain percentage of these greedy negroes, namely Boule’ members, the wealth they stole from Afrika. What’s deep is they didn’t believe in Afrikan self-reliance and preferred to have whites give them table scraps instead of us making the whole pie!
Understand the Boule’ represents the weakest element of Afrikan people. As Cokely put’s it,

“It took a type of nigger to form an organization like this. I mean, we just got our a**** kicked during reconstruction, Afrika was divided before our very eyes (The Berlin conference), damn, this was 50 years before Rosa Parks!”

The question is why were these black devils like this? The answer may lie in the fact that the Boule’ is a Greek organization.
(Part 2 goes in deeper)

47 thoughts on “The Boule – Skull and Bones Society (Part 1)

    • They’re sworn to secrecy. They have to take an oath to keep quiet. Their entire purpose is to mislead the rest of us. Then they are rewarded with crumbs from the white elite. It really makes me sick that we have a lot of our great thinkers and entertainers that are willing to sell us out.

    • The sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha has a long list of famous women in it. This list is very impressive:
      Ethel Hedgeman Lyle
      Founder and “guiding light” of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

      Jane Addams
      Founder of Hull House, Chicago, Illinois

      Marian Anderson
      First African-American woman to sing at the Metropolitan Opera

      Dr. Maya Angelou
      Renowned novelist, poet, educator, dancer. National Ambassador for the U.S. Committee for UNICEF, Grammy winner for Best Spoken Word. Her works include “And Still I Rise” and “Phenomenal Woman”.

      Dr. Gwendolyn Calbert Baker, PhD.
      President of the United States Committee for UNICEF

      Angie Brookes
      The first woman President of the United Nations.

      Bebe Moore Campbell
      Accomplished Author of Brothers and Sisters and Your Blues Aint Like Mine.

      Suzette Charles
      Miss America 1984, contemporary singer and actress

      Ella Fitzgerald
      Internationally famous jazz singer, known as the “First Lady of Song”.

      Dr. Mae Jemison
      Became the first African-American woman astronaut in 1992. She is also a noted physician. She has done medical studies in Cuba, Kenya, and Thailand

      Star Jones
      Starlet Jones is a lawyer, former assistant district attorney and former NBC news correspondent. She is also a past 2nd Supreme Basilues of AKA. She is currently a co-host of TV Show “The View”.

      Coretta Scott King
      Civil Rights Activist, Director of Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change and Civil Rights Activism.

      Gladys Knight
      Accomplished singer and actress

      Yvette Lee
      Producer of Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper and A Different World, and creator and executive producer of Living Single
      Toni Morrison
      Nobel prize winning novelist and poet whose works include Song of Solomon and Beloved.

      Jomarie Payton Noble
      Humanitarian and actress; star of Family Matters
      Rosa Parks
      Known as the “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement”, for refusing to give up her seat to a white man in 1955. This launched the Montgomery Bus Boycott which lasted for one year.

      Suzanne de Passe
      Chairman and CEO of de Passé Entertainment
      Phylicia Rashad
      Actress on the award-winning Cosby show and the TV series Cosby
      Sonia Sanchez
      Noted author and poet

      Ntozake Shaunge
      Author of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf

      Jada Pinkett-Smith
      Actress whose works include: The Nutty Professor, Set It Off, Menace to Society, and A Different World
      Dr. Debbye Turner
      Humanitarian and Miss America, 1990
      Leah Tutu
      Wife of South African activist Bishop Desmond Tutu

      Iyanla Vanzant
      Author of 10 books and Public Inspirational Speaker
      Marjorie Judith Vincent
      Miss America, 1991
      Lynn Whitfield
      Humanitarian and actress. She is the star of The Jospehine Baker Story
      Alicia Keys
      J Records Recording artist.
      It;s really quite shocking when you think about it! I grew up admiring so many of these women. They white elite has so many of our best and brightest. It can be depressing at times. But we have to keep in mind that we outnumber them. We are the majority–not them. We can not let the fact that they are celebrities blind us to the fact that many of them have sold us out. Truth is the truth. No matter who it offends.

      • I spoke to prof. Griff about this today. Usually when I call him his line is busy or it goes to Voicemail.

        He told me that some black folk don’t even know they’re in it! They just think it’s a club.

        Others know but some do not.

      • You finally got to speak to Griff! That’s cool! I think I know what he means. Many people on the lower level have no idea what goes on with the people in the high levels. The millionaires deal with a lot more tings in secrecy than the low level group. The low level people just think it’s a black club that’s been around for 100 years. Sadly,they don’t have a clue.

  1. I missed this too. Why don’t my alerts work. That was a very good read. When i was going college [HBCU] I think it was some Boule children I attended with. They just stuck me as more uppity than most and they couldn’t stand us urban youngsters. I know that sounds petty but it was the whole feel that they gave off. And they all lived off campus…..freshman year. That never happens.

    • Oh yeah I hear you. A lot of our people still don’t know about this at all. We really need to educate ourselves on things like this. It’s going on right under our noses and we don’t have a clue. We need to understand every aspect of how this Beast operates.

  2. Whatever the truth about the Boule and its membership may be, it is critical for us to know that no person, no group, no profiteers, no conspiracy can suppress or extinguish African genius when each of us practices self-mastery and Ma’at. We have the ability to take what is useful from any lesson, any thinker, any politician, or public figure and set the rest aside. When we know ourselves, we know what we need and what to do. When we know our source, no man and no beast or collection of men or beasts can dismay us.

      • Poeticballer– I am so tired of US as black folk being divided when someone takes the time to educate us. We have followed the yellow brick road for so long that we genuinely love being in OZ. Wake up people, The boule is real , people have sold out, the enemy is the prince of this world and you want more proof. Pick up a book and discern for yourself, If you are willing GOD is able

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  7. Why is it always about race?….seriously grow up. It’s good that your exploiting the evil, but your still playing there game by keeping the people divided because of race.

    • Trust me,I’m very grown up. It’s not about hatred or division. Black people are very lost and uninformed. That’s a concern for me. I’m sorry if the love of my people offends you. There’s nothing I can do about that. There are major problems in the black community. So I feel it’s important to address those problems. I have to do everything I can to educate them on the deception they’ve bought into. The evil of the elite must be exposed. But anyone of any race can take useful information from my blog. If this blog doesn’t fit your needs and concerns maybe it’s best you find another blog. Thanks for the comment.

      • Please, never be sorry or concerned over offending someone when it is all because you are trying to educate the people you love. You have absolutely nothing to apologize for.

        I have been reading this and it has certainly opened my eyes because I always wondered how other Black folks who gained prestige and notoriety and money, never look back, nor do they use what they have obtained to bring the plight of Black America to the forefront. They ignore those who are in inner cities who are dealing with abject poverty to the point where they survive by any means necessary.

        When I lived in Baltimore, MD and the NAACP’s national headquarters was in Baltimore on Mt. Hope Drive, I cannot tell you how many times, I contacted them and asked, “how can you consider this organization, an organization to eradicate the many ills that plague Black communities in this city alone, when you’re not doing a damn thing to help those who are drowning in poverty, who are on the streets selling themselves for crack, who are gangbanging because of a lack of a father figure and employment and educational opportunities?” Now, I know why. Back then I knew something was wrong, but again, I had no idea just how bad the situation really is with regards to the selling out of Black people by other Black people.

        Thank you for commenting on my blog. I have a lot of reading to do on yours!

      • Thanks a lot Shelby. I’m glad you understand where I’m coming from. I get a lot of posters coming to blog that are uncomfortable with black self-love. Some don’t like that I give my people useful info,some hate that I uplift black women. It doesn’t bother me though. I keep pushing on. I’m glad you found this useful. This Boule society needs to be exposed. They are doing everything so that we have NO progress. Make sure you read part 2 as well. Thanks for the comment.

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  9. It is a blessing that I happen to come across your blog about the boule society. I never knew about this until now all I knew there was skull and bones society and many others like it out there but I’m not surprise that this society is like the others. Is part 2 of the article available and do you have YouTube?

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  11. Very interesting post! How did you find out about the Boule? Is every member out to defeat the progress of black folks for personal gain? I am a big DuBois fan. I also like Marcus Garvey, and yes, Obama. I’ve also known Michelle personally since she was a teen. I know her heart. So it’s hard for me to believe she is self serving. It will be interesting to see what Part 2 brings.

    • I’m glad you liked the post. I have a part two to this post. Just type in “boule” in the description box. Our people need to know how our enemies operate. I hope you find it informative.

  12. Wow! I just watched an hour documentary on early African America a couple of days ago, I remember Henry Gates saying something like W.E.B Dubois and Marcus Garvey didn’t have the same views when it came down to our people in this country or in general and I was wondering since I watched the documentary what he meant because he didn’t go to great detail at that point,then I read this knowledge and you answered all my questions,I must say I’m shocked.Thanks a lot Kushite Prince

    • Thanks for dropping by Nelson. I’m glad you found it helpful. Drop by anytime. By the way,don’t trust Gates. He’s just working for the elites. He doesn’t give a damn about black folks. He’s nothing but a pawn!

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