The BEGINNING OF THE END – Part 6 – Movers and the Shakers

Now we are getting down to the who.  This is a very BIG conspiracy.  It takes a lot of people, who are committed to the cause enough to keep the secrets.  Whether they keep those secrets because they believe in the cause or because they fear for their life or their career, we will never know.  But, the secrets are kept closely guarded.  Believe me, those who betray the cause…are very often found dead.  The enforcers of these secrets are not only humans, but spiritual forces as well.  They are much more threatening.    

Bohemian Club




The Bohemian Club was originally formed in April 1872 by and for journalists who wished to promote a fraternal connection among men who enjoyed the artsMichael Henry de Young, the proprietor of the San Francisco Chronicle, provided this description of its formation in a 1915 interview:
The Bohemian Club was organized in the Chronicle office by Tommy Newcombe, Sutherland, Dan O’Connell, Harry Dam, J.Limon and others who were members of the staff. The boys wanted a place where they could get together after work, and they took a room on Sacramento street below Kearny. That was the start of the Bohemian Club, and it was not an unmixed blessing for the Chronicle because the boys would go there sometimes when they should have reported at the office. Very often when Dan O’Connell sat down to a good dinner there he would forget that he had a pocketful of notes for an important story.[9]

Journalists were to be regular members; artists and musicians were to be honorary members.[10] The group quickly relaxed its rules for membership to permit some people to join who had little artistic talent, but enjoyed the arts and had greater financial resources. Eventually, the original “bohemian” members were in the minority and the wealthy and powerful controlled the club.[11][12] Club members who were established and successful, respectable family men, defined for themselves their own form of bohemianism which included men who were bons vivants, sometime outdoorsmen, and appreciators of the arts.[8] Club member and poet George Sterling responded to this redefinition.

Any good mixer of convivial habits considers he has a right to be called a Bohemian. But that is not a valid claim. There are two elements, at least, that are essential to Bohemianism. The first is devotion or addiction to one or more of the Seven Arts; the other is poverty. Other factors suggest themselves: for instance, I like to think of my Bohemians as young, as radical in their outlook on art and life; as unconventional, and, though this is debatable, as dwellers in a city large enough to have the somewhat cruel atmosphere of all great cities.[13]   The Seven Liberal Arts and Science   


Even Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth showed up in 1983. Her Majesty was honored with an ecstatic pagan dance ceremony, complete with expensive, elaborate stage props such as Egyptian pyramids and Babylonian ziggurats. Yet, even the Queen of England could not join this club if she applied for membership. Why? Because this club is exclusively all male. Women have not ever been allowed since the club’s founding in 1873.
They practically own their own county north of San Francisco, a 2,700-acre summer camp they call the Bohemian Grove. Since the 1890s, the “Grovers” (as they are known to intimates) have gathered amongst these redwood trees to “get away from it all,” have a little summer vacation fun, and avoid business dealings altogether for two weeks. At least, that’s the official story.   The tradition of a summer encampment was established six years after the Bohemian Club was formed in 1872

The Bohemian Grove

Woe unto America! Many of our nation’s highest leaders worship Satan and are willing servants of EVIL. They are controlled by Satan, the god of this world (2nd Corinthians 4:4). Satan controls these men through the occult (i.e., “hidden” organizations). Jesus said, “in secret have I done nothing” (John 18:20) because He had nothing to hide. Why the secrecy from our nation’s top leaders?
Skull and Bones is of the Devil. Freemasonry is of the Devil. Nearly 2,000 carefully selected government officials, corporate tycoons and other luminaries—men with power to shape the future—assemble privately every July in a redwood forest about 65 miles north of San Francisco. The meeting includes a somber ritual that features the Druidic burning of an effigy on the altar, chants from a robed chorus, and wild drinking and promiscuity. Richard Nixon once famously described the gathering as “the most faggy G_ddamned thing you could ever imagine.”
The bizarre Pagan ritual of the Bohemian Grove—the Cremation of Care ceremony—is practiced by its members (all men), including both Presidents Bush, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Alan Greenspan, Richard M. Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Henry Kissinger to name but a few. The meeting is held every July. It is purported that Obama and McCain visited Bohemian Grove in July of 2008.
If you’re still doubting reality. The November 1989 edition of SPY magazine featured photos of Bohemian Grove men dancing around dressed up as women. The article included artist renditions of the Moloch idol and discussed how they bus in male prostitutes and how AIDS is a big problem. In July of 2004, a New York Post article reported how a top gay-porn star, Chad Savage, serviced the moguls at the Bohemian Grove. Bigwigs who have attended the two-week retreat include George H.W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Alan Greenspan, Walter Cronkite, Newt Gingrich, Alexander Haig, Jack Kemp, Henry Kissinger, Colin Powell, John Major, William F. Buckley, Justin Dart, William Randolph Hearst, Jr., Caspar Weinberger, Charles Percy, George Schultz, Edward Teller, and former C.I.A. director William Casey.
The Canaanite deity, Moloch, was worshipped in Greece, Babylon and later in Europe. It is normally symbolized by a bull or an owl, or some type of horned beast, and children are sacrificed to it. It is the precursor of all modern death cults. What purpose does this all serve, having world leaders congregate and engage in an ancient Canaanite ritual of mock child sacrifice? It is a way of binding them together.
Nowhere is the origin of the cult more in evidence than in former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt’s own autobiography, MEN IN POWERS: A POLITICAL RETROSPECTIVE. He talks about how they have their own German groves, where they do Druidic rituals, but his favorite place to do the rituals is at Bohemian Grove. This is a book you can get at the library, written by Schmidt. He talks about the Trilateral Commission, the Council On Foreign Relations (CFR), the Bilderberg Group and world government. He says that much of the decisions are made at the Bohemian Grove.   For more information go here.

(Despite the fact that most people assume the huge owl at whose feet they worship is MOLOCH,  I contend that it is, in fact, MINERVA (aka SOPHIA).  The GODDESS of Wisdom, War, Wealth and Weaving (among other things).

Owl Symbolism and Owl Meanings

The owl is sacred to the Greek goddess of learning, Athena and is even depicted on some Greco-Roman currency as a symbol of status, intelligence and of course, wealth.

In ancient Egyptian, Celtic, and Hindu cultures the symbolic meaning of owl revolved around guardianship of the underworlds and a protection of the dead.

In this light, the owl was the ruler of the night and seer of souls. A misunderstanding of this necessary relationship gave the owl some negative associations with death.

It should be clear that the owl was honored as the keeper of spirits who had passed from one plane to another. Often myth indicates the owl accompanying a spirit to the underworld – winging it’s newly freed soul from the physical world into the realm of spirit.

A Quick-List of Symbolic Owl Meanings:

  • Wisdom
  • Mystery
  • Transition
  • Messages
  • Intelligence
  • Mysticism
  • Protection
  • Secrets
As a Creature of the night nocturnal symbolism also applies to the Owl.

Nocturnal Animal Symbolism Includes:

  • Dreams
  • Shadows
  • Otherworldliness
  • Secret knowledge
  • Psychic awareness

Native Americans associated the meaning of owl with wisdom, foresight, and keeper of sacred knowledge. This may largely be due to the fact that the owl is a great foreteller of weather conditions. Also, its ability to see at night is a legend among the Native Americans, and this attribute would be invoked during ceremonies when an oracle of secret knowledge was required.

West African and Aboriginal Australian cultures viewed the owl as a messenger of secrets, kin to sorcerers, as well as companions to seers, mystics and medicine people.

During medieval times in western and central Europe, it was fabled that owls were actually priestesses (witches) and wizards in disguise. To this day the owl is considered a witch’s familiar (an animal soul-spirit linked to a spiritual person via a unique, communicative bond).s

The owl spirit animal and the power to see in the dark

The owl sees in the dark: As a spirit animal, the owl guides you to see beyond the veil of deception and illusion; it helps to see what’s kept hidden. It also symbolizes the ability to cut through illusions and see the real meaning of someone’s action or state of mind.

When the owl is one of your power animals, you have a strong intuition and can access information and wisdom that’s usually hidden to most. The spirit of this animal encourages you to look beyond deceiving appearances into the true reality of a situation or a person’s motives.

The owl is a strong spirit guide for discernment and making a decision based on solid foundations. Call on the owl totem when you have to assess a situation or are going through confusing times.

Birds, especially birds of the night, are often associated with departed souls. The owl is no exception. In some popular beliefs, they are considered as bad omen signifying the imminent death of a close relative or someone important. Romans even believed that an owl hooting from the top of a public building announces the death of an important public figure. It could also represent the spirit of a deceased family of a close friend.

The night owl was the animal associated with the Lord of Death in the Aztec tradition. There’s a similar meaning for the Celts who associated the owl’s spirit with an animal announcing death, especially if it flies into someone’s window while a sick person is inside the house. It was viewed as the spirit animal that would carry the souls of the departed to the underworld.

(I am not condoning or agreeing with any of this information.  I am merely sharing the information as I found it.  I do not believe in Totems or Spirit Guides or gods or goddesses, and my advice to anyone is that they should not either.  There is ONE TRUE AND LIVING GOD and one guide and comforter and that is the HOLY SPIRIT.  The point here is that these people believe this stuff, and we need to understand them to recognize what they are doing to us.)

Minerva’s Owl: The Tradition of Western Political Thought

Informal in tone yet serious in content, this book serves as a lively and accessible guide for readers discovering the tradition of political thought that dates back to Socrates and Plato. Because the arguments of the great philosophers are nearly eternal, even those long schooled on politics will find that this book calls on recurring questions about morality and power, justice and war, the risk of democracy, the necessity for evil, the perils of tolerance, and the meaning of happiness. Jeffrey Abramson argues politics with the classic writers and draws the reader into a spirited conversation with contemporary examples that illustrate the enduring nature of political dilemmas. As the discussions deepen, the voices of Abramson’s own teachers, and of the students he has taught, enter into the mix, and the book becomes a tribute not just to the great philosophers but also to the special bond between teacher and student.

As Hegel famously noted, referring to the Roman goddess Minerva, her owl brought back wisdom only at dusk, when it was too late to shine a light on actual politics. Abramson reminds us that there are real political problems to confront, and in a book filled with grace and passion, he captures just how exciting serious learning can be.

Temple of Minerva, Hardwick Hall Country ParkTemple of Minerva, Hardwick Hall Country Park

Hardwick Park
John Burdon, a wealthy Tyneside merchant, bought the 150 acre Hardwick Estate in 1748. With the aid of architect, James Paine (1717-89), he developed a range of ornamental buildings, lakes and paths to create a grand Circuit Walk used as a guided walk for the enjoyment and entertainment of his friends. It was basically a playground for rich ladies and gentlemen of the time.

Q: What Is “The Owl of Minerva”?


The term, “The owl of Minerva” is part of a metaphor for Philosophy that originated in the book,“The Philosophy of Right” by G.W.F. Hegel. It refers to the Roman goddess of wisdom, Minerva, who was the equivalent of the Greek goddess Athena. Minerva is traditionally depicted with her sacred owl, symbolizing her connection to wisdom.


ROMAN GODDESSMinerva as goddess of war, bronze statuette, early Etruscan; in the British Museum
Alternative Title: Menrva
Minerva, in Roman religion, the goddess of handicrafts, the professions, the arts, and, later, war; she was commonly identified with the Greek Athena. Some scholars believe that her cult was that of Athena introduced at Rome from Etruria. This is reinforced by the fact that she was one of the Capitoline triad, in association with Jupiter and Juno. Her shrine on the Aventine in Rome was a meeting place for guilds of craftsmen, including at one time dramatic poets and actors.

Her worship as a goddess of war encroached upon that of Mars. The erection of a temple to her by Pompey out of the spoils of his Eastern conquests shows that by then she had been identified with the Greek Athena Nike, bestower of victory. Under the emperor Domitian, who claimed her special protection, the worship of Minerva attained its greatest vogue in Rome.

In the preface to the book, Hegel stated: “The owl of Minerva spreads its wings only with the falling of the dusk,” meaning that philosophy comes to understand a historical condition just as it passes away. Minerva was the Roman goddess of wisdom and music, poetry, medicine, commerce, weaving, crafts, and magic.


The goddess of wisdom has appeared in nearly every society in a variety of different manifestations, including Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom and military victory; Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom and war; Tara, the Buddhist goddess of compassion who teaches the wisdom of non-attachment; and Inanna, an early Sumerian Goddess. Sophia, whose name in Greek means “wisdom,” is connected to the different incarnations of sacred female knowledge and to those goddesses listed above.

Sophia is the Gnostic Goddess of Wisdom – See my article “Do You Believe in Magick” Part 12 – Gnosticism.

(THIS COIN JUST SHOWED UP IN MY SEARCH, it is for sale on EBAY.   Confirms Minerva/Athena Owl.  I thought that was pretty interesting.)


ATHENA, OWL, RARE MYSIA, PERGAMON. 200-133 BC. 2.9 g, 16 mm Ancient Greek Coin
EUR 57,63Buy It NowUNSOLD – Aug 2, 2018, 6:37 AM, EUR 2,88 Shipping, 7-Day Returns

Seller:dave1000.123(3.817) 100%Location:Traralgon, VictoriaShips to: Worldwide, Item:312197621598Condition: RARE. GODDESS OF WISDOM & MILITARY VICTORY ATHENA wearing Crested Helmet, Owl with wings spread on a palm frond. 2.9 grams, 16mm, This Coin Pictured Struck 200-133 B.C., over 2100 years ago., Region of Origin: Europe, Year: 200-133 B.C., Composition: Bronze, Provenance: Ex-E.U., Era: Pre – 1700s

obverse; AΘHNAΣ
Helmeted head of Goddess Athena right, decorated with a star on its side.
reverse; NIKHΘOPOY
Owl standing facing on a palm frond with wings spread, legend in ancient Greek above and below.
(Minerva/Athena is the Goddess of Victory for whom the Greeks erected an altar over the Altar of Pergamon/Throne of Zeus/Seat of Satan.  Another reason why these people at Bohemian Grove worship at her feet.  Victory ATHENA/NIKE/MINERVA.)

Linked to treachery and death in many cultures, it is seen as a “trickster”,  a “Spinner of Fate”, and an evil force that sucks the blood from its victims. In ancient goddess cultures and  ancient Greek myths – the goddess Arachne was turned into a spider by her jealous rival Athena (aka MINERVA)

(“Weaving Spiders come not here.”  This also applies to the worship of Minerva as the Goddess of weaving and the one who turned Arachne into a spider.)

Bilderberg: The Secret Society that Rules Us

1st Bilderberg Meeting 1954
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Bilderberg Hotel in the Netherlandseponymous location of the first conference in 1954
Formation 29 May 1954; 64 years ago
c. 150 invitees, smaller core group
Chairman of the Steering Committee
Henri de Castries

The Bilderberg meeting is an annual conference established in 1954 by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands[1] “to foster dialogue between Europe and North America”.[2] Participants are European and North American political leadersexperts from industryfinanceacademia and the media.[2] The meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule.[2] The Bilderberg meetings are also unofficially called the “Bilderberg Group”, “Bilderberg conference” or “Bilderberg Club”.

Bilderberg Group Busted in 1957!

What is the Vatican doing at Bildergerg 2018

The Top of the Pyramid: The Rothschilds, the Vatican, and the British Crown Rule World


The Rockefellers and Rothschilds “fused” while no one was looking

Lord Jacob Rothschild on the left, David Rockefeller to the right Finally revealed by Vanity Fair and unbeknownst to everyone aside from insiders, the Rockefeller family and Rothschild family have merged as part of a secretive 2012 deal. The Rockefellers…



Satan’s secret society precedes Nimrod, but with Nimrod his system began to take the human shape that has persisted to this day. Vestiges of this false religious system have spread to every continent and have influenced every culture.

Babylonian king Nimrod was a powerful leader. But, he was opposed to God. The name Nimrod comes from maradmeaning “he who rebelled.” Upon Nimrod’s death, he was deified by his widow, Semiramis, who claimed that Nimrod was reborn as her son Tammuz. Semiramis and her priests then invented many rituals to worship her as the “mother of god,” and her son as a god. Rituals including mother-of-god worship, sunrise services and the winter solstice festival can be traced back to pre-Christian times and ultimately to ancient Babylon. Even the ancient Israelites adopted some of these pagan customs. Ezekiel 8:16 shows ancient Israel worshiping the sun in the east, and God calls this precursor to our modern “sunrise services” an abomination (v. 17).

This Babylonish system is the ultimate secret society of which Satan is the head. It is the “mother of harlots” that has influenced all nations and all world religion (Revelation 17:5), which we are warned to “come out of” (Revelation 18:4).

true Christian should keep conspiracy theories in their proper context. Speaking of ancient Israel’s Assyrian captivity, but also prophesying of God removing His protection from modern Jacob and our coming national affliction, Isaiah 8:6–14 warns that people will “Take counsel together, but it will come to nothing” (v. 10), and that the people should not say “a conspiracy” is overtaking them. Instead, God Himself will become “a stone of stumbling and a rock of  offense to both the houses of Israel” (v. 14).

Not all conspiracies are real. But Satan is real. He continues to use human instruments and organizations—including false religion—to mislead the nations, to cause confusion and suffering, and to bring the world closer to confrontation with the returning King of kings (Revelation 19:19). Instead of focusing on conspiracy theories, we need to turn to true, original Christianity!

Please read Satan’s Counterfeit Christianity and watch the telecast, “Overcoming Satan,” to learn more about Satan’s false religious system and how you can fully come out of that “secret society.”

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