Erected in circa 1978 in Elberton, Georgia, this monument is often called “America’s Stonehedge”. It consists of huge granite slabs, astronomically aligned and a capstone lying on top. On those slabs, you can read the message of the guidestones, its “10 commandements”, in eight languages modern languages. A shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
The guidelines are:
MAINTAIN HUMANITY UNDER 500,000,000
IN PERPETUAL BALANCE WITH NATURE
GUIDE REPRODUCTION WISELY —
IMPROVING FITNESS AND DIVERSITY
UNITE HUMANITY WITH A LIVING
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
BALANCE PERSONAL RIGHTS WITH
PRIZE TRUTH — BEAUTY — LOVE —
SEEKING HARMONY WITH THE
BE NOT A CANCER ON THE EARTH —
LEAVE ROOM FOR NATURE —
LEAVE ROOM FOR NATURE
The first commandment of the guidestone is “Maintain humanity under 500 000 000″. The current world population is 6,6 billion people. So, if my calculator is correct, this stone calls for the extinction of 6,1 billion humans! 92,42% of the world population shouldn’t be alive at this moment. What type of plan do they authors of the guidelines have to reach this irrational target? Right from the start, you feel some sort of disdain for human life.
The second: guide reproduction wisely - promoting fitness and diversity. This one seems to refer to the theme of eugenics.
“Eugenics is a social philosophy which advocates the improvement of human hereditary traits through various forms of intervention. Throughout history, eugenics has been regarded by its various advocates as a social responsibility, an enlightened stance of a society, meant to create healthier, stronger and/or more intelligent people, to save resources, and lessen human suffering. Earlier proposed means of achieving these goals focused on selective breeding, while modern ones focus on prenatal testing, genetic counseling, birth control, in vitro fertilization, and genetic engineering. Opponents argue that eugenics is a temptation to the power hungry and is thus notably subject to corruption. Historically, some eugenics advocates have used it as a justification for state-sponsored discrimination, forced sterilization of persons deemed genetically defective, the killing of institutionalized populations, and genocide, such as during the Holocaust..” - Wikipedia
The other commandments call for a single world goverment, a single world tribunal, a common language and some sort of new spirituality. The final commandment, if you already forgot the 1st one, reminds you politely that you should die as soon as possible because you’re taking valuable space and air. The repetition of “Leave room for nature”, is particulary creepy and sinister.
So who ordered this?
It is a mystery. Believe it or not. Nobody knows. In the age of the information highway, where any bit of information can be easily accessed from anywhere in the world, we don’t know who made a 19 feet high, 119 tons monument in the middle of Georgia. The tab at the bottom of the structure suggests that the author of the stones is RC Christian (a pseudonym) and the sponsors is “a small group of Americans who seek the age of reason”. I’ve done quite alot of research regarding the origins of this monument to realize that there is NO INFORMATION available regarding the true authors of it. So I will extrapolate a little and conclude that the Georgia Guidestones were ordered by a secret society, that desires to remain secret but that does want the masses to aware of its philosophy.
The astronomical features of the monument combined with the presence of scripts in dead languages (Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs) reveals this society’s fascination with these ancient yet very advanced civilizations. Do they know something that we don’t. My answer is: yes, yes they do.
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