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Alex Jones - Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove - Page 19

This is page 19 of my discussion on the Alex Jones film Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove. If you were linked here by mistake, please refer to page one of this article, which contains the introduction.

[Alex Jones]
Now we're going to get to some enhanced video. And we'll go play by play through some of the more occultic statements, like, "We shall read the sign in your burned effigy." The bound body, that's exactly what the druids actually did, they would roast cats, uh, goats, oxen, horses and watch the pain of how they died from this extraction, some type of mystical energy force or power and also be able to tell the future.

Druids? I thought they were "Canaanite, Luciferian, Babylon mystery", but now they're practicing Druidry? The ancient Druids did indeed practice animal sacrifice[75], but so did the ancient Hebrews and almost all other cultures[76] and in fact the only thing separating ancient Christianity from Judaism when it came to sacrifice was the belief that Jesus Christ's death put an end to the requirement for it[77]. There's no evidence to say that the Druids believed they could tell the future by sacrificing things, it was an appeasement.

Owl of Bohemia, we beseech thee. Grant us thy council.

[Alex Jones]
Upon further research of the ritual you just witnessed, it becomes clear: it is a mixture of the Babylonian Canaanite Moloch fused with ancient druidic rites, were you have the female side of Satan, which they first call out to in the "she" and then towards the horned god with the "he", mixed with Masonic rites from Scotland. It's very likely that many of the 1,500 to 2,000 member crowd had really no idea what they were actually watching because it was thinly veiled.

I don't know how more wrong he could possibly get. As I've already shown, the owl had nothing to do with Babylon or Canaan, and did not represent Moloch. There were no "druidic rites", as just because something is "sacrificed" (in this case an idea and concept, not a living creature) does not make it druidic, as almost all cultures, at some point, sacrificed things to their gods, nature, and so forth[78]. 

There is no "female side of Satan". While there are female demonic forces in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam there is no female version of Satan, and Satan, whether an Angel, Devil, or concept is always asexual or male. The use of "she" in the context refers to beauty and mother nature.

I have absolutely no idea where he's getting this "horned god with the 'he'" from. He refers to the owl, that is knowledge, self, the desire to have a good time, and to Dull Care, which represents their busy lifestyles. There's no "Mason rites from Scotland", the Scottish Rite is a hierarchical structure and organization, not ritual.

It's likely that the 1,500 to 2,000 member crowd realized what the message was, and weren't so blinded by their own conviction that something evil was going on, that they understood it and didn't over think a dorky little play.

And if they really had no idea what they were watching, then why are they all in on this massive conspiracy? Surely, if the Bohemian Grove is the center for the New World Order, then they all know more about what's going on than anyone else.

Here we have some more enhanced video as the boatman, again with his face painted up like a skull, pulls his boat, uh, across the small lake towards the high priest with the red of his cloak visible with his hand outstretched as if he is pulling the damned soul towards him as they throw off their cares, their conscience for what they have to do in the world.

He seems to halfway understand it - but ignores it. Yes, they are "throwing off their cares", but of the world, not for what they have to do. If you actually listen to/read the ritual, it's only for a short time, during their stay, during their big party/vacation, not when they go out and do their jobs.

Also you have the arrangement of the circle of higher level priests around him, the high priest in lighter colors, and then the outer runes of red and then those in black. Uh, this is consistent uh, with the darker workings of the occult, not just with the western countries but also worldwide.

World-wide? Is he sure about that? Interesting he provides no examples of these "occult" actions. You can find occult rituals from various neo-pagan and other assorted groups all over the internet, none really look anything like this at all.

Now when you see that black edge coming to the field, that's because we zoomed in on the video and many times the picture was almost out of the screen so that's the edge of the field, or the view of the camera. We'll get back to more enhanced video of the ritual here in a minute.

But remember PJ, the little demon down in the corner, the left hand corner of the program sweeping up the ashes with little horns? And how can you forget this, the image of a human body burning on the alter? Again, this is what they were handing out to those that were witnessing these macabre activities. But again, from Babylon on in to ancient England, the word "bonefire" meaning human sacrifices thrown into fiery pits, turned into today's "bonfire". After the sacrifice, members of the cult would sweep up the ashes of the victim and use them in future rituals.

Here Alex is incorrect, yet again. Bonfire does indeed originate from "banefire", which meant "bone fire", but this referred to a pile of burning bodies during the bubonic plague. This had nothing at all to do with sacrifices. The bodies were often burned in pits and then covered up, there was no sweeping[79][80][81].

Further, why, if he has a program, isn't it being scanned and analyzed? Why does he only show the cover? Why do we never see him handling it?

The PJ "demon" could be a reference to anything - I couldn't figure it out, but it's likely to be some kind of inside joke, or esoteric symbol, these things are common in fraternities.

One of the things that is extremely obvious by looking at the program handed out to Bohemian Club members, is the person creating the program had a deep understanding of the occult.

As I stated in the Texe Marrs section earlier, the creators of the Bohemian Club were well educated, avant-garde journalists who were very well read in classical literature, hence the owl (from Greek culture, representing knowledge) and Charon, another aspect of Greek culture. Plays are also very common at Bohemian Grove, it wouldn't take a playwright very long to come up with a very short skit like this.

[Various Men]
Thine malevolence which would pursue us here has lost its power under these friendly trees. So we burn thee once again this night. And, with the flames that eat thine effigy, we shall read the sign, midsummer sets us free!

Ye shall burn me once again!? [Laughter] Not with these flames, which hither ye have brought from regions where I reign, ye fools and priests. I spit upon your fire!

[Man #2]
Oh owl! Prince of all mortal wisdom. Owl of Bohemia, we beseech thee, grant us they council.

[Man #2]
Hail fellowships eternal flame! Once again, midsummer sets us free!

[Cheering, applause]

[Alex Jones]
Now there you see the funeral pyre burning uh, with the effigy of a human, or it could be real, ladies and gentleman. 

It's the effigy of the thought/idea of a boring life, a busy life, a life of worry - not a human. And if he actually believes it's real, not only is he ignorant, but he's an idiot, too.

There's been a lot of strange going's on in that area of northern California. This is what the establishment is into right here in America. The Cremation of Care. This was July 15th, 2000.

The establishment is into relaxing in the woods and throwing their troubles away during a short vacation? They almost sound like normal people.

These people are deadly serious, those taking part in the ceremony. Another point: the pyrotechnics you're seeing going off were being released from beneath little rod iron crosses about a foot and a half tall. Also, notice the screams of pain uh, coming from the sacrifice.

Be gone detested Care! Be gone! Once more, we banish thee! Be gone, dull Care! Fire shall have its will of thee! Be gone, dull Care and all the winds make merry with thy dust!

Hail fellowships eternal flame! Once again, midsummer sets us free!

[Screaming, Cheering, applause]

Deadly serious? They were laughing. It's a fraternity ritual, and the screams come from the exact same recording all of the voices come from. Yes, incase you haven't figured it out, the voices, music, etc are all pre-recorded. The voice of Dull Care is none other than Walter Cronkite[82]. He claims he "wasn't sure" about an actual person being sacrificed, but now it seems like he's easing into the idea that it could be one. It seems like one of the fakest, recorded screams ever can easily fool Alex Jones into thinking it's a real person being burned alive.

[Alex Jones]
One of the facets of the ritual that goes deeply into the occult, when we've already mentioned the druids at their "bonefires" or their "bonfires," throwing, throwing bodies into fiery pits after ritually cutting their hearts out and slitting their throats, they talk about reading the sign in the burning effigy. Reading the sign. In research and history books on the occult, even the Encyclopedia Britannica on what the druids would engage in. This is just unbelievably macabre and evil.

He has absolutely no idea what the hell he's talking about. I can't put it any more bluntly.

[Various Men]
So we burn thee once again this night. And, with the flames that eat thine effigy, we shall read the sign...

Interestingly, the camera crew from Channel 4 experienced something different. Ronson wrote in his book, Them: Adventures with Extremists, that it was a startling, immature, and bizarre way for leaders to spend their summer vacations, but he did not say any evidence of Satanism. He went on to say that it was nothing more than a fraternity-esque ritual, and the only way someone could see it as Satanic was if they were looking for something Satanic to begin with[83].

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