reply to post by Saurus
It was an interesting display of individuals. Many people were just there for the party. Some people attended a Play or something of such. I know
people that work there; someone in the play. I thought it was rather boring and over-dramatic. It often referenced ideas or names of deities; the
incongruence with the different religious or mythological ideas was not appealing.
Some people may only see this play thing. Others may venture off and see other stuff.
Some people claim to perform magic, all of the occurrences I saw were illusions that would only be believed by a person either on drugs or really
wanting the belief.
Honestly, some of those people are in to some weird #. I would tell you but these are the things you experience yourself or probably will not ever
3. I did not make any claim as such. Bohemian Grove has a lot of Freemason members but I do not see why someone else would want to join.
4. Evil is a concept created by humans; practical application of this thought is only on human thought and action. Why would you ask???
Freemasons are seeking knowledge... thats the main message a Freemason is sold on. It is a central focus on the texts read / memorized and recited.
It is clearer in the beginning works but gets more complicated.
In that sense it would probably be the individuals that would be responsible for their own actions but choosing ignorance is always a blissful path.
That seems to be a praised attribute of some the attendees.