Not Only is Bohemian Grove Going Broke, but Both Conan O’Brien and the Steve Miller Band Have Headlined There.

But the one cool thing Alex Jones did was that Bohemian Grove piece back in the day. Errr, no. I actually watched that video on this very site how ever many years back as one of my fans just pointed out to me. But the thing is, what the fuck did Alex Jones expose there exactly? The Bilderberg Group meeting is coming up here in California later this month. Then there’s that Davos thing. I’m sure there are more gatherings like this but I’m not an expert. The point is, yep, rich people get together at exclusive gatherings and network. The difference is that in this case they do some faux hippie Occult shit. Hell, you could call it fucking summer camp shit if you wanted.

Let me point out that most of these people do weird christian rituals on the regs. They ritualistically pretend to eat the body of their savior and then drink his blood…weekly. How fucked is that? Aaaaand it’s almost impossible to get elected in America if you don’t do this stuff. The underlying message to all this Illuminati bullshit is the same. Christianity= good, Occult=bad. I find it funny that even these Christians don’t seem to believe that their rituals work, but when people do some vaguely Occult ones they’re like, shit, that might actually accomplish something. Be afraid, be very afraid! I’d say these people are not remotely into the Occult at all (and who gives a fuck if they are?), but I’d also say that the most fucked up thing that Alex Jones exposed about Bohemian Grove is that it doesn’t allow women. That is particularly shitty and sexist at a high end networking event. Anywho, here’s a piece Cracked did a while back about the reality of the Grove and yes, I’m just going to call it the Grove from now on. Enjoy.

According to conspiracy theorists, the Bohemian Club is the best evidence we have that all of the major players in American business and politics are part of the same demonic cult. Every year in July, the Bohemian Grove campground in California hosts a two-week party for the club, whose membership is extremely exclusive and private, and includes several former presidents, business magnates, and other assorted rich white men whom we have to assume are evil, based on the laws of ’80s action movies. Suspicion about the club came to a head in 2000, when professional crazy person Alex Jones managed to infiltrate the party, and filmed the leaders of the free world worshiping a 30-foot owl statue.

Considering how it has boasted members such as Reagan, Nixon, Hoover, Teddy Roosevelt, George H.W. Bush, Henry Kissinger, Henry Morgan, Rupert Murdoch, and William Randolph Hearst, you might be surprised to learn that the Bohemian Club is broke as hell. They can’t even afford to pay their workers anymore. Whether or not said workers signed a blood pact to the Demon Owl God Moloch for their unholy service doesn’t change the fact that a Sonoma County judge ordered the club to pay out around $7 million this year in compensation to the hundreds of cooks, bartenders, and valets who have been underpaid by the failing organization since 2011.

The Bohemian Club started reporting losses as early as 2006. And though the membership fees are outrageous, the club has always supplemented its income by logging the surrounding redwood forest … until 2011, when its logging license was revoked for violating state environmental law.

Since then, the increasingly desperate club has stayed afloat by opening membership to the greater public and hosting live acts, such as known agents of Satan the Steve Miller Band and the slightly less Satanic but still solid comedian Conan O’Brien.

Alex Jones thinks he broke a giant story by sneaking into Bohemian Grove, when really, all he had to do was pay the cover charge.

I highly recommend reading the whole piece over at, as it’s not just about Bohemian Grove, but also other supposedly terrifying conspiracy theory bullshit like HAARP and the Masons.

Thad McKraken

Thad McKraken

Thad McKraken is a psychedelic writer, musician, visual artist, filmmaker, Occultist, and pug enthusiast based out of Seattle. He is the author of the books The Galactic Dialogue: Occult Initiations and Transmissions From Outside of Time, both of which can be picked up on Amazon super cheap.
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