Bohemian Grove: Molochs, Moles and Rituals

Terry Melanson

Webmaster/editor of Conspiracy Archive; author of Perfectibilists: the 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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  1. C.C. Rose says:

    This is a really impressive and informative article. Thank you for linking to the 1996 article–to think that one misunderstood piece of work could serve as the foundation of an entire school of thought. I remember being confused about which animal representing Moloch–was it the owl or the bull, or something else? This really clarified a lot for me. I look forward to reading more of your articles!

  2. Thanks.

    It’s fitting I guess that the internet was the source and the method by which to clear up the misconception.

  3. Vince says:


  4. Jace says:

    Everything Happening Today is about the Book of Revelation or fulfillment of Prophecy coming to its climax

  5. sutton999 says:

    The priest does wear the same hat as “Romance of a People: Jewish History in Chicago 1833-193” ceremony.

  6. Daurade says:

    I hadn’t read this before. Excellent work.

    I know you read my catalog of appearances of the expression “dull care” which we proposed originated with Horace and referred to the everyday cares and stresses of life. I always felt that to be self-evident, so I’m surprised when people interpret it to mean renounceing caring itself…a much darker interpretation to be sure. And not entirely inappropriate. Just not what I think they mean by the expression. If the myriad references we dug up indicate anything, it’s that “dull care” is not compassion and empathy but one’s everyday troubles.

    But the alternative explanation all too often seems applicable.

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