ExposedNet.Org: Conspiracy Network The Bohemian Grove

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  • Posted By : James Bay
  • Posted On : Jul 28, 2016
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  • The Bohemian Grove

    Each July, a portion of the wealthiest and most capable men on the planet get together at a 2,700 acre of land campground in Monte Rio, Calif., for two weeks of heavy drinking, secret talks, druid love (the gathering demands they are essentially "respecting the Redwoods"), and different rituals.

    Their motivation is to get away from the "frontier culture," or uncivilized interests of basic men.

    The most influential people that get together at Bohemian Grove have included prominent business pioneers, previous U.S. presidents, musicians, and oil barons are informed that "Weaving Spiders Come Not Here," which means business arrangements are to be left outside. One exemption was in 1942, when a getting ready for the Manhattan Project occurred at the woods, prompting the creation of the atom bomb.

    A representative for Bohemian Grove say the people that get together there "offer an enthusiasm for the outdoors, music, and theatre."

    The club is so secretive that little can be absolutely said in regards to it, however quite a bit of what we know today is from the individuals who have invaded the camp, including Texas-based movie producer Alex Jones. In 2000, Jones and his cameraman entered the camp with a hidden camera and was able to film a Bohemian Grove function, Cremation of the Care. Amid the ceremony, people wear costumes and cremated a coffin box model called "Care" before a 40-foot-owl, in deference to the encompassing Redwood trees.

    Bohemian Grove's representative calls the ceremony "a traditional musical dramatization commending nature and summertime." The representative additionally said that while Jones' remarks are false; the footage is genuine.

    The Sonoma County Free Press, which has distributed investigative stories on the grove subsequent to at least the 1980's, says activities include plays and comic drama appears in which ladies are depicted by male performing artists, and Lakeside Talks, in which high-positioning authorities talk about data not accessible to people in general. The gathering calls them "public interest talks."