Friday, June 08, 2007

Bohemian Grove Ceremony
Alex Jones, the Order of Skull & Bones and Bohemian Grove

Much more bizarre than the prosaic Bilderbergers and Trilats are two exclusive and secret North American groups, the Skull and Bones and the Bohemian Club.

In this video, the irrepressible Alex Jones exposes Bush Jr. as well as presidential candidate, John Kerry, both apparently third cousins, of being Skull & Bonesmen who knew each other at Yale. Bush's father, George Herbert Walker Bush, was also a Bonesman.

In this video, Jones claims that the Brotherhood of Death, as it was known previously, was formed in 1832 by an Englishman and a German with money from the British East India Company's opium trade, with the intention of overthrowing the USA. He also claims that the CIA was founded by Skull and Bones. So far, I haven't found any evidence for either allegation.

"Never before have we had two presidential candidates from Skull and Bones, Bush and Kerry," points out Jones and goes on to quote Bush's reply on being being questioned about Skull and Bones: "It's so secret, I can't talk about it." Kerry is said to have said similar.

Jones then moves onto the Bohemian Grove Club, quoting German ex-Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder, as having claimed to have been a member of Bilderberg, the Trilats, the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Bohemian Grove Club.

"With the combination of secrecy, power, and an elite bias, the Bohemian Grove has been a target for protest for many years," observes Wikipedia.

Alex Jones claims that the Bohemian Grove's ritual 'Ceremony of Care', in which an effigy is burnt below a huge Owl, is a disguised form of Moloch-worship. Moloch, or the god Ba'al, has been referred to as a rebel angel and a prince of hell. Moloch was also the Canaanite god of Babylon.

On July 15, 2000, Austin, Texas-based journalist and filmmaker Alex Jones and his cameraman, Mike Hanson, became the first people to successfully infiltrate the Grove and make it out with documented evidence. With hidden cameras, Jones and Hanson were able to film the Cremation of Care ritual. The footage was the centerpiece of Jones' documentary, Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove. Jones states that a large number of men were in attendance during an "ancient Canaanite, Luciferian, Babylon mystery religion ceremony" involving a 45-foot statue of an owl which he named Moloch. (Wikipedia)

Jones claims that part of the Bohemian Grove Club's rituals involve male prostitutes and mock sacrifices of women and children. He points to the incongruity of such rituals involving influential Christian conservative members of society including leading politicians and even the CIA. These leaders, Jones asserts, are "satanists and predators by nature."

Or are they no more than emotionally arrested adolescents who never grew up, playing games and making puerile pee-pee jokes with each other? Maybe both ...

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