Going Deeper Into The Grove
There are about 120 camps/cabins within the Bohemian Grove. They hold 10-30 members each. There are miles and miles of walking trails whereby private conversations can be held. This is the summer camp for members of the Illuminati. Anyone would be shocked at what is really happening in the Bohemian Grove itself.
The History Of The Bohemian Grove
A Timeline Of The Bohemian Grove
In 1872 the Bohemian Club was created for men who appreciated art, music and literature. They were based in the famous Astoria Hotel in San Francisco.
The Owl of the Illuminati was selected as the official symbol of the club along with the motto – “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here.”
1873 – Commemorated the first picnic and meeting of the Bohemian Club. Only afterwards, would the afternoon outings become longer. Eventually they lasted for 2-3 weeks in length.
1874 – Membership grew to 182 members.
1875 – The official motto for the Bohemian Club: “Weaving spiders come not here,” is adopted from the Shakespearean Play “A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream.”
1877 – Their membership grew so fast that they changed their headquarters in San Francisco to 430 Pine Street.
1878 – Several dozen Bohemians (also known as Bohos) hold their first Jinks in the forests. This was also the first time that the members met at the Bohemian Grove. The Jinks is done as a movement in a play as a form of entertainment.
1882 – St. John is elected as their patron saint. He was a Catholic priest and a confessor to Queen Joanna of Bohemia and Germany, wife of King Wenceslaus. St. John was killed because he refused to share what Queen Joanna shared with him.
1885 – Joseph D. Redding is elected as president of the Bohemian Club. He is an attourney with the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, owned by the Rockefeller family. It was this year that the Illuminati became interested in the Bohemian Club, and 13 years after their founding.
1893 – Joseph D. Redding created what is his version of the Cremation Of Care Ceremony.
1887 – The Illuminati are moving in with the intention of changing the nature of the Bohemian Grove. The Illuminati already took over the Masonic Lodge and the Vatican. They also set up their first international organization – The Royal Institute of International Affairs. The Illuminati founded six other international organizations as well. There are now 561 members in the Bohemian Club. William Randolph Hearst is a member. Bay area ship builder Arthur W. Moore is a member as is columnist Ambrose Bierce. 14 officers of the Army and Navy were invited to become members. Mark Twain was also a member. Notice how the club is no longer restricted to the entertainment industry, art and music. Now we have businessmen, ship builders, military men and wealthy family members.
1892 – The Bohemian Club takes their summer vacation for the first time at the current site. There is a 70 foot statue of Buddha, as the precursor to the Cremation Of Care Ceremony.
1893 – Joseph D. Redding, the president of the Bohemian Club, presides over the first Cremation Of Care Ceremony. This is purely an Illuminati Ritual.
1899 – The club purchases their first 160 acres in what is now known as the Bohemian Grove.
[By 1966 – The Bohemian Grove makes many purchases, increasing their size to 2,700 acres of land.]
William Taft, our 27th president, visited the Bohemian Grove.
1914 – There are now 1,259 members. Many members are teachers in colleges, and Army/Navy officers.
1920’s – The unofficial lake of the Bohemian Grove is made. It is 100 feet long by 400 feet wide, layered with concrete and clay.
1929 – The Illuminati are warned in advance of the coming October 29 stock market crash. Their assets remained safe. The 40 foot concrete owl was built and worshipped in the grove during the Cremation Of Care Ceremony. There are now 169 camps within the Bohemian Grove, with over 1,500 members.
1932 – Members are told to buy gold. The Illuminati planned on gold to become more valuable.
1933 – The Sir Francis Drake Hotel becomes the new headquarters for the Bohemian Club, now with 2,000 members.
1934 – Gold goes up in price. Americans lose money while the Illuminati comes out on top. They made hundreds of millions of dollars. Americans starved to death in this depression era.
1941 – The membership of the Bohemian Club goes down because of World War II.
to be continued…