“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Owls and Bats?

The club’s motto is “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here” (weaving spiders don’t come here), a phrase from William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” which implies that “bohos” should leave their worries outside camp and refrain from doing business.

But is it really so?

“Of course they talk about business. Also about politics and possible candidates,” as Donald Trump is today.

The Manhattan Project, of the owls that led to the creation of the atomic bomb, took shape in the Bohemian Grove during a meeting held in 1942 and that in 1967 Richard Nixon gave the speech that opened the door for the US presidency. (The spokesman for the Bohemian Club Sam Singer) assures that this camp is nothing more than a meeting in which the members of the club and their guests -among which every year there are prominent representatives of international politics and finance- enjoy nature and a series of cultural activities that include concerts, plays, recitals and talks on current affairs.

But the secrecy and tight security surrounding this event (only members and their guests have access) have made it the target of protests from numerous activist groups, who question its legitimacy for bringing together government officials behind closed doors. with representatives of economic powers.

According to his account, the institution was founded in San Francisco in 1872 by a group of journalists, artists and musicians who, faced with the need to obtain funds to finance their cultural activities, soon began to accept businessmen and entrepreneurs as partners.

Among the members there have been renowned intellectuals such as the writers Mark Twain or Jack London; legendary billionaires like William Randolph Hearst or David Rockefeller and prominent conservative politicians like Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger, George Bush (and his son George W.), Dick Cheney or Donald Rumsfeld and his guru Donald Trump, who aspires to be another time candidate in the USA in 2024.

The “bohos” – the nickname by which the members of the club are known – work to establish a new world order and celebrate pagan rituals with satanic connotations.

New Draculand rises far from Transylvania, in the heart of Venezuela, the land of excesses. Rafael Lacava, Chavista governor of the state of Carabobo, wants to impose himself on the collective imagination of his countrymen with a new way of doing politics, never seen before, based on the iconography of Count Dracula and his vampires. A fiction only possible in the surrealism of the factual powers of Governing

“In ancient China and Japan, the bat was considered a symbol of good luck, primarily because its name (fu) means bat, as well as good fortune. A typical talisman is a medallion represents a tree with roots and branches as a symbol of life.

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Owls and Bats?