Published on Feb 29, 2016
When late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at a Texas ranch two weeks ago, he was without the customary security detail the U.S. Marshals typically provide for such elites. Why, you ask? Because he was hunkered down with a highly secretive and enigmatic fraternity full of crazy expensive guns, ceremonial daggers, and powerful people.
The Order was officially “restituted” in 1950, when it began its transformation into the international rich boys club it is today. The new Order included a number of high-ranking men from Allied countries who took post-war positions in Austria, including ambassadors and generals from the United States and the United Kingdom. This was the origin of the modern Order, now with chapters in Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Italy, Luxembourg, Argentina, Scotland, and of course the United States. The American chapter of the Order was inaugurated at the elite and mysterious Bohemian Grove. Learn More: