Formerly known as Shaun
I heard someone make an interesting comment stating that these Georgia guidestones are like Satan's version of the 10 commandments
That isn't many folks when you consider that USA is about 350 million!The Georgia Guidestones were a creepy proclamation of the goals of the New World Order. This whole episode of blowing up the monument, then immediately tearing down the parts of the monument that weren't destroyed seems suspicious to me. It reminds me of the infamous video put out by the World Economic Forum that proclaimed in a few years, we will own nothing and be happy. As soon as the World Forum elites realized that common people were not responding well to their totalitarian plans, they pulled the video down and pretended it never existed. The Georgia Guidestones blatantly said that the world population should be perpetually limited to under 500,000,000 people. That is far less people than populate the earth at this time. That statement has become widely reported through the internet, and has drawn a lot of negative attention to the monument. How convenient that their intentions are now erased from the scene as the monument has been destroyed.
Explosion destroys part of Georgia Guidestones
By Amanda Shaw
Published: Jul. 6, 2022 at 6:24 AM PDT|Updated: 43 minutes ago
ELBERTON, G.A. (FOX Carolina) - Multiple law enforcement agencies and a bomb squad are responding to an explosion at the Georgia Guidestones.
The Guidestones, which are located along Highway 77 in Elbert County, are heavily damaged. At least one of the monoliths making up the landmark has been destroyed.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said unknown suspects detonated an explosive device around 4 a.m., destroying a large portion of the structure.
Dustin Jon-Bryant Ayers captured drone footage of the aftermath of an explosive device detonated at the Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County.
GBI’s bomb disposal unit, the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office and the Elbert County Fire Department are all on the scene of the investigation.
No suspects have been identified yet in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office.
The Georgia Guidestones have been called “America’s Stonehenge.”
The granite monoliths were built in 1980 after a man using the pseudonym “Robert C. Christian” approached the president of Elbert Granite Finishing Company about commissioning them. Elberton is nicknamed the “Granite Capital of the World.”
Each piece of the 20-foot monument weighs approximately 28 tons. They are engraved in 12 different languages.
Chris Kubas, the Executive Vice President of the Elberton Granite Association, said it would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to replace the Guidestones. His organization maintains and preserves the stones.
Investigators are on scene after someone heavily damaged the Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County.
According to ExploreGeorgia.org, the writing on the Guidestones is a “10-part message espousing the conservation of mankind and future generations.”
The Elbert County Chamber of Commerce says the English translation says:
“Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature; Guide reproduction wisely, improving fitness and diversity; Unite humanity with a living new language; Rule passion, faith, tradition, and all things with tempered reason; Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts; Let all nations rule internally, resolving external disputes in a world court; Avoid petty laws and useless officials; Balance personal rights with social duties; Prize truth, beauty, love ... seeking harmony with the infinite; Be not a cancer on earth -- leave room for nature -- leave room for nature.”
The message on the Guidestones has long been a source of controversy, and this is not the first time they have been vandalized. Kandiss Taylor, a candidate who ran for Governor of Georgia this year, called for the removal of the monument claiming it is “Satanic.”
I hope that it was a lightning bolt from Heaven that hit it.
Time to burst a few bubbles.
Anyone who wants to get a good idea of who built the Guidestones should really take the time to carefully watch the documentary, 'Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guildestones.'
In it, if you watch carefully, you'll see that the creator of the stones was one, Dr. Herbert Kersten.
Sorry to disillusion anyone*, but the stones were created to be a set of guidelines and suggestions for a post nuclear war society.
Of course, on the downside, Dr. Kersten was a supporter of eugenics, and David Duke.
*No, not really sorry.
As for it being covered on the news, I would post a few a few news clips. But the only collection of clips I could find was on Youtube.