Rumors abound in reference to the Bohemian Grove. Are Illuminati rituals going on there? Are people being sacrificed?
Inside The Bohemian Grove
It is located at 2061 Bohemian Avenue, Monte Rio, California. It is owned by a private men’s club from San Francisco known as the Bohemian Club. The club itself is in San Francisco at 624 Taylor Street. There is a sign at the gate of the Bohemian Club displaying an owl, and their motto is “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here.”
History Of The Bohemian Grove
The Bohemian Club was founded in 1872 by actors and musicians. In 1873 several members (known as Bohos) had an afternoon picnic. By 1878 the picnic turned into an all day affair, and later on it took up an entire weekend. In 1880 the very first Cremation Of Care Ceremony was performed. The club purchased more and more land in order to insulate their activities, so no could see what they were doing. By 1944 the small 160 acre area in which they met grew to over 2,700 acres where the Bohemian Grove meets to this very day.
The Layout Of The Bohemian Grove
The large redwood trees act as a natural barrier against intruders. Once you pass the main gate, it is only 400 yards to the camp area itself. That area, however, is always very well guarded by security. The Clubhouse itself was built in 1903 by Professor Bernard Maybeck, professor of engineering drawing at University of California, Berkely. This building is used for dining, drinking and entertainment. The plans for the atomic bomb in the Manhattan Project, were conceived and designed in this Clubhouse in 1942. Ronald Reagan’s “Star Wars” defense system was also designed at the Clubhouse. Next would be the Grove Stage at the Bohemian Grove. It is a large amphitheater seating 2,000 people and it is primarily used for the midsummer productions of the plays seen by the guests. There is a large dining area near the stage, equipped with a huge wine selection that is made for the membership of the Bohemian Grove itself – somewhere they have their own winery. Then there is the huge Campfire Circle, surrounded by huge redwood trees. There are log benches and small performances here, with a more intimate setting. There is a Museum Stage for small ensembles. Then there is the Field Circle. Certain performances are held here. The Owl Shrine and the lake is the most spoken of place at the Bohemian Grove. The Owl sits before an artificial lake. Daily lakeside talks are held in that area at 12:30 P.M. sharp. The most infamous event held at the Bohemian Grove is the Cremation Of Care Ceremony and Ritual, held at this particular spot.
to be continued…