The documentary by Alex Jones that exposed and infiltrated the rich and powerful annual cult gathering of 140 years
Where mock human sacrifices and other highly questionable rituals have been performed for 140 years on an annual basis. The Bohemian Club's all-male membership and guest list includes artists, musicians, as well as many prominent business leaders, government officials, including former U.S. presidents, senior media executives, and people of power.
Recently re-discovered photos depicting scenes from early 20th century Bohemian Grove gatherings appear to contradict official claims that a 'mock' sacrifice is made.
The first photograph appears to show a lynching or public execution. If the body is a mannequin it is certainly very authentic. Judging by the look of the hand this is a real person.
There can be little doubt about the second photo. He is strapped down on a board. One of the figures in the foreground appears to be a policeman. The picture is dated 1909.
An old photo from Bohemian Grove on the National Geographic website appeared with the following caption: Power Party Photograph by Gabriel Moulin, 1915
To purge himself of worldly concerns, a member of the elite Bohemian Club participated in a 1915 Cremation of Care ceremony - complete with candles and a robed and hooded comrade to guide him.
This private club of influential men still meets annually north of San Francisco and uses this symbolic ritual to kick off its summer retreat. But today the ceremony involves burning a mummy-like effigy named Care at the foot of the group's mascot: a 40-foot-tall (12-meter-tall) concrete owl.
One of the ancient and now well researched Canaanite deities that was and still is worshiped by the 'Brotherhood' is often symbolized as an owl and is referred to as Molech (sometimes Moloch).
In July 2000 Alex Jones successfully infiltrated Bohemian Grove and documented the Cremation of Care sacrificial ceremony.
The ceremony includes a ritualistic 'mock' sacrifice in worship of Molech, which is represented by a 40-50 foot horned statue (seen above).
These photos originally appeared on the Berkeley University of California website, which is often used as a mouthpiece for the Bohemian Grove Club.