These days I've been on the wacky (and as I read and read and watched I didn't really find it wacky anymore) side of the internet. More specifically, I've been browsing /r/Conspiracy. I wanted to get a better picture of what is happening in the world right now (the migrant crisis, see how the strings are being pulled.
I've also stumbled across a few videos that at first seemed outright ridiculous, videos that detailed how a secret order - Ordo Templi Orientis (very high tier elites, like Rothschild bankers and US presidents) perform rituals in a place called the Bohemian Grove.
The predominant religion of the elites, from what I've gathered is luciferianianism. I don't really want to go into depth about who they worship , but their core belief is that they gain power and free themselves of the weakness of humanity / inhibition by doing acts of 'transgression' such as sodomy of young boys, gay sex, sacrificing children and eating them; also organizing actual manhunts in that 2700 square miles forest.
At first I thought that it's all bullshit, these videos are way too insane. Then I stumbled upon these two videos of an ex banker that details his experience with the elite and why he quit (when he was asked in a ritual to murder an infant)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEpcY5JU120
- his experiencehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C-KHt9vi5k
- details about how the world is being ruled
I've looked at those videos and looked a bit into it, and as far as sincerity goes, he does seem sincere. These videos got me convinced that most of the conspiracies regarding shadowy cabals are actually true. Also, here's a post regarding a Wikileaks publication about the Bohemian Grovehttps://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/6d0p51/and_now_it_gets_really_interesting_the_doctor/
The fact that I found wikileaks materials regarding these orders and rituals enforced my belief that this shit is actually taking place, and there isn't just one group, there are multiple groups of elites that murder people for 'empowerment' or probably just to feel powerful.
I've also read that they've been filming sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.