April 21st, 2009 in Bohemian Grove, Breaking News
Nixon, John Taylor and the Bohemian Grove
Orange County - Nixon, John Taylor and the Bohemian Grove - Navel Gazing - OC Weekly.
Nick Schou interviewed an unnamed Orange County resident and former employee of the private, all-male, 2,700-acre forest retreat in Sonoma County that was founded in 1872 and served as stomping grounds for California’s richest men. This was a coup because the Bohemian Grove’s primary directive was that members and employees never speak with reporters about the place, secrecy that no doubt fueled notorious rumors of homosexuality, bizarre rituals involving satanism and human sacrifice, and origins stretching back through history to a secret cult in ancient Egypt.
Taylor includes two photos with his post. He’s in the ’90s shot above with Nixon and Cave Man campers Hank Greenberg of AIG, former attorney general Ed Meese, Dwayne Andreas of Archer Daniels Midland Co. and Herbert Hoover’s grandson, Pete. There’s also a shot from 1967, when Nixon talked about an article he wrote from the same year titled “Asia after Vietnam.” Then-Governor Ronald Reagan stands next to Dick.
Orange County - Nixon, John Taylor and the Bohemian Grove - Navel Gazing - OC Weekly