What goes on inside the secluded Bohemian Grove? Every July, some of the richest and most powerful men in the world gather at a 2,700-acre campground in Monte Rio, California for two weeks of heavy drinking, super-secret talks, druid worship, and other rituals. Their purpose is to escape the “Frontier culture”, or uncivilized interests, of common men.
It turns out the society was actually founded by a stage actor from California in 1872, and when he announced to fellow members that he was moving to New York for his career, the club decided to throw their friend a going away party. In the middle of the redwoods, 100 bohemians gathered with free-flowing booze, decorated with Japanese lanterns and drunkenly performed for each other under the star. The camping tradition becomes an annual tradition for the club and they purchased the current campground’s location in 1899. While the Bohemian Club might not technically be a secret society, it has many similarities to one including not just the rituals and secrecy, but also its exclusive roster and stringent rules on new members. The Bohemia Club is a man only affair, but while there are no women allowed, the Bohemian Club is chockablock with massively powerful and influential figures.
But wait, why the ‘no women allowed’ rule?
In 1978, the club actually argued in court that it shouldn’t have to hire female staff because members at the Grove “urinate in the open without even the use of rudimentary toilet facilities” and that the presence of females would alter club members’ behaviour.” From the early days of Bohemian Grove shows the members lynching men and also shows young children being bound to outers members. Well, a guest who entered the Grove must follow the strict guidelines of what goes on the Grove, stays at the Grove. All discussions within the Grove whether they be business related or personal must stay confidential. The club’s motto is weaving spiders come not here.
Do you know that the Manhattan project was formed here?
In September 1942, Ernest O. Lawrence, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and the S-1 Committee, which became the Manhattan Project, met to at Bohemian Grove to strategize about building an atomic bomb. Even back then, only members and approved guests were allowed to use the compound. Lawrence, whose work on separating uranium isotopes was essential to the project, was a member of the Bohemian Club, which is how the group gained entrance.
Are they really doing some Satanic things?
There is stronger evidence that the Grove members are Satanists rather than reptilians. Alex Jones points out that their “Cremation of Care” pregame actually shows a baby’s body being devoured by the flames. One picture is also available which shows a dead body, presumably a human sacrifice. In the Franklin Coverup Scandal of 1989, Paul A. claimed that he had been kidnapped and flown to the Grove by Republican leader Lawrence King and was forced into sexual acts with other boys. In Ch. 18 of The Tranceformation of America, Cathy O’Brien writes,” I was programmed and equipped to function in all rooms at Bohemian Grove in order to compromise specific government targets according to their personal perversions.” According to “Treee,” a young Las Vegas woman who claims to have contacts inside the secretive club, a ritual sacrifice of Mary Magdalene took place Tuesday, July 21, 2010, and the ritual sacrifice of Jesus Christ took place Wednesday, July 22.
A human body or effigy was burned in front of a large owl symbolizing Moloch, the pagan Canaanite God. Alex Jones filmed a similar ceremony called “Cremation of Care” on July 15, 2000. Richard Nixon was heard on the Watergate Tapes describing it as “the faggiest goddamn thing you could ever imagine, that San Francisco crowd that goes in there; it’s just terrible! I mean I won’t shake hands with anybody from San Francisco.” On Gawker, Sophie Weiner also described her own stint working as a dining server at the Grove in 2016. She described the retreat as a place where the elite could “engage in behaviour that doesn’t usually fly for people of their stature in the regular world.” Former President Bill Clinton once told a heckler, “The Bohemian club! Did you say Bohemian club? That’s where all those rich Republicans go up and stand naked against redwood trees right? I’ve never been to the Bohemian club but you oughta go. It’d be good for you. You’d get some fresh air.”
Are there any prostitutes?
One Reddit user claims to have worked at the Bohemian Grove. When asked about whether or not there were prostitutes at the camp, rdilla responded, “I think that there were prostitutes. I never saw any, but the consensus seemed to be that they were definitely around. There was a whorehouse across the river from the grove, I’m pretty sure they were brought in. There was also an older (40’s?) server woman there who seemed to be pretty ‘friendly’ with some of the members.”
Over 2000 members include the political, corporate, cultural and military elite of the US. While many politicians have attended Bohemian Grove functions, the number of presidents who were actually club members is seemingly greatly overstated. Calvin Coolidge and Gerald Ford, for example, are often erroneously cited as members. Theodore Roosevelt was granted honorary club membership when he became president. Hoover joined the Bohemian Club in 1913. By that point, he had amassed a fortune of $4 million in the mining and engineering industry.
George H.W. Bush joined the club in 1973 while chairing the Republican National Committee during the Watergate scandal. Ronald Reagan was officially inducted into the Bohemian Club in 1975, the year before he tossed his hat into the 1976 presidential campaign. And the list is long! Bohemian Grove is evidence that our natural leadership has been replaced by Satanists and perverts. We cannot take ourselves seriously as a society as long as these impostors control us. Protest takes place at the Bohemian Grove nearly every year.
Is the Bohemian Grove just a place for rich dudes to party in the woods once a year, or is there something more nefarious going on?
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