Someone tried to blow up the Georgia Guidestones last night

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I haven't met a Georgian yet that even knew it existed much less what was inscribed on it.
I knew it existed, and actually visited it over ten years ago. A friend of mine’s uncle had a granite cutting business in Elberton. I rode with him to visit his uncle. He drove me over to see them before we headed back to Augusta. I got a sickening feeling when I saw them and read the new age drivel inscribed on them.

One of the left’s news sites was already trying to aim blame at former Georgia Governor candidate Kandis Taylor, whom as a Christian said they were satanic in origin and should be demolished.
 

MapleLeaf

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I still don't get why they were made. I always thought the conspiracy theory people were reading way too much into them and putting too much weight on them like that "I Pet Goat" demonic little film. But it did seem to capture the heart of the elites and their ill intent even if the specifics were just speculation. That's why I see their destruction as symbolic and not prophetic or anything deeper. But I think our culture often wrongly dismisses the power of symbols.
 

NewWine2020

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I still don't get why they were made. I always thought the conspiracy theory people were reading way too much into them and putting too much weight on them like that "I Pet Goat" demonic little film. But it did seem to capture the heart of the elites and their ill intent even if the specifics were just speculation. That's why I see their destruction as symbolic and not prophetic or anything deeper. But I think our culture often wrongly dismisses the power of symbols.

Symbols, gematria and numerology are all VERY important to the secret powers (Freemasons/Luciferians) that work behind the scenes. It's like they absolutely cannot help themselves but stick little clues to rub it in the public 's faces because they just think that little of the masses.
 

NewWine2020

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I knew it existed, and actually visited it over ten years ago. A friend of mine’s uncle had a granite cutting business in Elberton. I rode with him to visit his uncle. He drove me over to see them before we headed back to Augusta. I got a sickening feeling when I saw them and read the new age drivel inscribed on them.

One of the left’s news sites was already trying to aim blame at former Georgia Governor candidate Kandis Taylor, whom as a Christian said they were satanic in origin and should be demolished.
It's just crazy that we permitted that garbage to stand as long as it did. I wish someone'd would do the same to the horrific mural at the Denver International Airport; it's another piece of new Age "art": that shows exactly what the elites have in store "great reset wise."
 

LindaLove

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They communicate w/ each other thru acts/symbols like this…I suspect this was some type of symbolic signal that went out to everyone alerting them that we are maybe moving into a new phase towards there ultimate plan for us, which hopefully means Jesus is coming soon for us so we don’t have to deal w/ this crazy evil world any longer.

Someone made the below comments on this:

"From having visited this site, I can tell you that it is surrounded by cameras from near and afar. Nothing happens there that is not seen by the “authorities.” The fact that the GBI would be asking the public to phone in tips is itself suspicious. They have the video. They should know when/if the monument was rigged with any explosive device powerful enough to reduce its granite structure to rubble."

Carl Gallups, a pastor on Florida’s Gulf Coast and former decorated law enforcement officer who is also an author of Christian books, said Ephesians 6:10-13 comes to mind at a time like this.

“This will be an interesting story to follow,” Gallups told me. “We’ve got a spiritual war going on right here in front of our eyes, manifest in the physical.”
 

Jan51

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I have heard about the mural, but my only experience with the Denver airport was not good and I had no time to notice the walls and have no idea what building I was even in. Trying to make a connection when my first plane came in 45 min late. I did the power walk for 15 minutes pulling a suitcase from the gate at the farthest end to the gate at the opposite farthest end, I barely made it before the plane left, it had to be close to a mile! My thighs were burning!
 

NewWine2020

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I just looked it up online. Creepy, weird, what in the world is that thing? Those were my thoughts on them.
My understanding is it is meant to demonstrate exactly what those cursed GA Guidestones did; a purge of the earth thru pestilence and war ( note the bio suits worn by the soldiers as well as the fact they carry islamic looking Scimitar swords) followed by s glorious rebirth into a multicultural "New age paradise".

It's disgusting and I would abseloutly deface it on purpose if I got a chance to. It would be worth the fine and or jail time just to do it.
 

DanLMP

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Regarding the guidestones: they now have a short video that has been released showing a silver car with a moon roof and the explosion. But no video of people planting explosives? They are asking for help in locating suspects but can't provide video of the actual people?

Can any of our current or former police members give an explanation as to why they wouldn't show any people in the video?

Also, "in the interests of safety", they decided to completely demolish the rest of the stones that the explosion didn't destroy. That was a fast decision. They couldn't rope off the area in order to collect more evidence before bulldozing the other stones?

Something is fishy with this whole story.
 

Jan51

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I have read speculation that the white hats did this, to make a statement that the new world order is being taken down. But I have also read that, whoever did the first explosion, the black hats took it down quickly to get it quickly out of the news cycle before more people hear about it, research what it is and learn what is really going on, and become part of the great awakening. But perhaps it was just vandals and then it was a safety hazard...
 

TimeWarpWife

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From what I've read, it seems back in 1980 some anonymous man calling himself either "R. C. Christian" or "Robert C. Christian" commissioned the building of these pagan monstrosities. Sadly, much of what was written on them is actually being put into practice via the Great Reset, aka One World Government. I don't think that's a coincidence either.
 

NewWine2020

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Exactly! I had heard of it but didn't know what the inscription was till after it was blown up. Now that I know, I'm glad it's gone. "Unite humanity with a living new language"??? Reminds me of the tower of babel

That's EXACTLY it. It's Neo-Pagan at best. I've seen video's of some of the locals/tour guides lamenting the loss of the stones (they were a tourist destination) and all I can think is "you dummy, it's people just like YOU (and me) that the people who commissioned this "art" intended to cull in their efforts to build a new "paradise on earth." The ignorance of people is shocking and infuriating.
 

NewWine2020

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I have read speculation that the white hats did this, to make a statement that the new world order is being taken down. But I have also read that, whoever did the first explosion, the black hats took it down quickly to get it quickly out of the news cycle before more people hear about it, research what it is and learn what is really going on, and become part of the great awakening. But perhaps it was just vandals and then it was a safety hazard...

I would have to say there is no way that some random vandals could have pulled this off. It was 100% done to make a statement by either the black hats or what I will call freedom fighters against the Globalist cabals.
 
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