posted on May, 30 2005 @ 12:54 PM
I live 90 mins from Bohemian Grove. If you want to go there, here's how: Go to Monte Rio, then turn and cross the bridge in the center of town,
across the Russian River. Then turn left on Bohemian Rd (I think that's its name, the second left. It leads past a few bed and breakfasts places and
houses to the main entrance. There's security at the gate, so if you want to get in, find an alternative route around the gate (easy to find). Walk
slowly, quietly. Take binoculars and camera so that you can see them before they see you. Avoid all Grove personnel inside, as they will report you if
you look suspicious. If questioned, have a good excuse (service or other) for being, there. Always leave yourself a good fast-running escape route. Be
extra careful when "hiking" in those woods circa the Grove get-togethers circa July 16, as extra security including sheriff's deputies and maybe
some Secret Service will be there. They may post an occasional oaf along woods roads inside the Grove then, but they can't be too smart: they work
for Grovers. Don't carry on conversations if you "hike" with a friend. Grove-employed security during the rest of the year isn't too sharp. You
can get around them. Above all else, be discreet. We need to expose the Grovers, not stumble all over ourselves in the process.
Inside the Grove looks like an overgrown boy's camp: cabins, tent cabins and little lounges in the various camps. It isn't elegant. It's like
re-visiting the summer camps of yore, for the members, but NOW they're involved in crimes against humanity and Monarch sex slave circuits, by various
extensions. They drink and do drugs; they aren't little boys anymore.
Read Trance-formation by Cathy O'Brien and intelligence insider Mark Phillips. Also read The Franklin Cover-up by former Nebraska State Senator John
De Camp. Both mention ghastly crimes at the Grove.
And remember: after you read books by Monarch survivors, you'll probably find that there are Monarch sites near you, wherever you live in the US. You
don't need to go to the Grove to find one. When you find one, do stealthy observations, take photos and try to sneak close: document security,
electrical wires in unexpected places. Go with a few friends if you have to, for security's sake, but BE QUIET as you near your target of
observation. Take photos, but be discreet. Don't let them know how you get in, if you do, and remember to let at least one person know you're going
there, if it's a suspected military or governmental employee site. That way, if you are detained, they can raise a stink. Don't tell just anyone.
Don't brag about it.
[edit on 30-5-2005 by gl2]