House of Cards season 5 reveals new scene were Frank visiting the Illuminati hangout Bohemium Grove.
House of Cards season 5, which premiered on Netflix on May 30th, has caused a huge stir amongst conspiracy theorists for a controversial scene which depicts Frank visiting the Illuminati hangout, Bohemian Grove.
In the show, Frank is taken to an outdoor ‘secret retreat’ named Elysian Fields.
Is House of Cards admitting the Elite politicians of the world visit places like Bohemian Grove? Is this the mainstream admitting they practice sacrifices and satanism?
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Another comparison which matches the Elysian Fields to Bohemium Grove is the motto:
Bohemian Grove’s motto is “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here,”
Elysian Fields motto is “Buzzing Bees Do Not Sting Here”
There are many theories that Bohemium Grove is just an old tradition, a sort of ‘nature’s garden party’, while others, including Alex Jones, have unequivocally said that is it is an Illuminati elite cult.
According to Bustle, however, the name of Frank’s secret society can be traced back to Greek mythology. “Elysian Fields” is said to be a true paradise where gods who are gifted immortality are sent.
Basically, only the most favored gods got to go to this place and live out their endless lives in bliss. This is especially fitting for a reference point because on House of Cards, Elysian Fields is essentially a place for important men (and only men) to hang out together in the woods.
Now, though there doesn’t appear to be a secret society that goes by the name of Elysian Fields, there is no lack of very similar-themed membership groups that are allegedly active today.
A secret society with a similar moniker, Bohemian Grove, is the source of much conspiracy and myth. According to Vanity Fair, this secret society holds its gatherings at a 2,700 acre campground in Monte Rio, California, among the redwoods. Its members include “every Republican president since Coolidge,” according to the publication, plus other political big shots, mostly male, conservative, and white.
The list of alleged activities posted by Vanity Fair include campfire discussions, concerts, and something to do with an “owl shrine.” The article also reports that the quickest way to join up is to be sponsored by more than one member; otherwise, prospectives have a long wait ahead of them. There’s also allegedly a $25,000 buy-in and annual dues.
Bohemian Grove has piqued the interest of many, resulting in individuals like Infowars’ Alex Jones and Spy Magazine writer Philip Weiss “infiltrating” the gathering, according to the same Washington Post piece.
Jones posted a video shot at the campground in 2000, depicting a ritual where the members set fire to a coffin effigy in front of the aforementioned owl statue. It’s like something right out of House Of Cards.
A spokesman for the event affirmed the validity of the footage and called the gathering a “traditional musical drama celebrating nature and summertime.”
From the similarities in their membership demographics to their locations, purposes, and mottos, it certainly seems that Elysian Fields from House of Cards is inspired in part by the mysterious Bohemian Grove event.