Vengeancia The Cremation of Care was devised in 1893 by a member named Joseph D. Redding, a lawyer from New York. G.W. Domhoff, a sociologist, obtained access to the Bohemian Club’s records and membership and was able to conduct extensive research about the organization and their activities. He was able to detail the Cremation of Care ceremony, along with the High and Low Jinx and other ceremonies and plays of the Club. Special thanks to Ron Lewis for the audio transcript of his telephone call to Ben Bernanke’s office, which I used in my video, below.
The ceremony involves the pulling of a small boat across a lake containing an effigy in the shape of a small baby called “Dull Care.” Dark, hooded individuals receive the effigy from the ferryman which is placed on an altar and at the end of the ceremony, is set on fire. This “Cremation of Care” symbolizes that within the Bohemian Grove members leave the care of the outside world.
The ceremony takes place next to a 45-foot (14 m) high concrete owl statue, symbolizing knowledge.
During the ceremony, the voice of the former-newsman Walter Cronkite, a member of the Bohemian Club, is used as the voice of The Owl. Music and fireworks accompany the ritual, for dramatic effect.
The ritual was also performed in 1913, the same year the Federal Reserve Act, at the world famous “Red Rocks” Ampitheater, along with a ceremony entitled “The arrival of the goddess of prosperity.”
Alex Jones infiltrated the Bohemian Grove in 2000 and filmed the final portion of the ceremony for his film Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove. The grove and Jones’ investigation were also covered by Jon Ronson in Channel 4’s four-part documentary, Secret Rulers of the World.
With the combination of secrecy, power, and an elite bias, the Bohemian Grove has been a target for protest for many years. Specifically, the Bohemian Grove Action Network organizes protests and has aided journalists who wish to penetrate the secrecy surrounding the encampment. Over the years, individuals have infiltrated the Grove then later published video and claimed accounts of the activities at Bohemian Grove.
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 a hidden camera, 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 his opinion that this is an “ancient Canaanite, Luciferian, Babylon mystery religion ceremony” involving a 45 foot (14 m) statue of an owl which he named Moloch. Ancient descriptions of Moloch suggest a bull, not an owl.
A British journalist, Jon Ronson of Channel 4, documented his view of the ritual in his book, Them: Adventures With Extremists. Ronson felt it was a startlingly immature and a weird way for world leaders to behave on their summer vacation, but did not see evidence of covert Satanism.
According to his description of the account it was nothing more than a fraternity-esque ritual, and the only reason one could see it as Satanic was if one was looking for Satanism in it to begin with. Also filmed for The Order of Death was Jones’ return to the entrance of the Bohemian Grove in 2005 where he filmed a protest organized by the Bohemian Grove Action Network that took place at the Grove’s entrance on Bohemian Highway, only to discover a majority of the protestors engaging in an “occult counter-ritual”, supposedly a counter-ritual against the “Cremation of Care”.
Actor/writer Harry Shearer (This is Spinal Tap, Saturday Night Live), who has attended at least one Bohemian Club event, wrote and directed The Teddy Bears’ Picnic, a parody of the Bohemian Grove conspiracy.
Former Nebraska state Senator John DeCamp alleges in The Franklin Coverup that snuff films and child indecency were produced at the Bohemian Grove.
So do you still think they are worshipping owls?
The Illuminati is a group that practices a form of faith known as “enlightenment”. It is Luciferian, and they teach their followers that their roots go back to the ancient mystery religions of Babylon, Egypt, and Celtic druidism. They have taken what they consider the “best” of each, the foundational practices, and joined them together into a strongly occult discipline. Many groups at the local level worship ancient deities such as “El”, “Baal”, and “Ashtarte”, as well as “Isis and Osiris” and “Set”.
Adam Weishaupt, a professor of Canon Law at Ingolstadt University and former Jesuit, formed and founded a secret society called the Order of the Illuminati on May 1, 1776, in Bavaria, within the existing Masonic lodges of Germany. Since Masonry is itself a secret society, the Illuminati was a secret society within a secret society, a mystery inside a mystery.