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by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
January 30, 2011
On January 28, 2011, the History Channel aired a show by Brad Meltzer and the "Decoded" team about the Bohemian Grove in California, cloaked by the Redwood forest and very serious security for this extension of the Skull and Bones life-long fraternity of Yale – the modern equivalent of pirates with suits and ties, who are among the world's elite.
The 2700 acre retreat hosts an annual 2-week private gathering of some of the world's most high-ranking and rich men (no women allowed), who after an opening, bizarre ceremony of casting their cares aside via an effigy of sacrificing a child on an altar, get very drunk and hob nob. "It's like the golf course experience on steroids."
It costs $25,000/year to participate, and the waiting list is 20 years long. Men will walk around naked, cross dress, and engage in all manner of bizarre behaviors.
Besides the opening ceremony that ranks as creepy as anything in history, the highly disturbing aspect of this ultra-powerful fraternity is that there is absolutely no public information about who attends or what is discussed; yet analysis of past gatherings, leaked by workers and collected by a local concerned neighbor, shows that nearly every major world development was fist hatched at the grove, including wars, decisions about who will become the next president, and the formation of the league of nations followed by the United Nations.
The grove is primarily involved in fomenting and directing the world police state, also known as the New World Order, with draconian oversight and Big Brother abrogation's of freedom and privacy.
In the History Channel episode, a few of the investigative crew try to sneak into the gathering, with the assistance of Alex Jones who is one of the only journalists who in the past has been able to sneak in and take footage of the opening ceremony and get out, but two of them are arrested and locked up for 9 hours before being bailed out.
I thought the episode was excellent until the very end, when they basically said that people have a right to assemble in private and have security, given the high ranking of those present.
I can't recall the specifics, but it seems there is a U.S. law that says that high public officials, especially the President and Congress, cannot meet in secret meetings with foreign officials to decide public policy. Lawmaking and international decisions should be public record.
So they are wrong to say its "okay". It's conspiracy, plain and simple. It's treason and should be adjudicated as such.
If what they are doing is benign, why wouldn't they at least let trusted, controlled media in? They do control the media.
The History Channel boasts of securing the 2010 membership roster, but during the entire segment they only gave less than a dozen names of the most well-known participants such as the two Presidents Bush and the Rockefellers, which were already exposed by other researchers. What good is being a sleuth if you don't divulge?
Their fear of doing so speaks volumes about the dark dread instilled by the grove for any who should cross it. Alex Jones said he was threatened with his life when he first attended and took video footage from the event.
History Channel on Bohemian Grove
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