They outed themselves and the implications are huge!
So a district attorney just came up and accused the Georgia Guidestones demolition man of terrorist acts against public property!
Which means local authorities issued permits for this, to say the least.
As per Elbert County Chamber official website, they approved the erection on public domain of a monument listing a bunch of “conspiracies” that would put you on FBI’s watchlist:
–Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.Elbert County Chamber
Means the entire human race at its climax level for permanent balance with nature.
–Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity.
Without going into details as yet undiscovered, this means humanity should apply reason and knowledge to guiding its own reproduction. Fitness could be translated as health. Diversity could be translated as variety.
–Unite humanity with a living new language.
A living language grows and changes with advancing knowledge. A new language will be developed de novo – and need not necessarily be adapted from any languages now in existence.
–Rule Passion-Faith-Tradition-and all things with tempered reason.
Faith here may be used in a religious sense. Too often people are ruled by blind faith even when it may be contrary to reason. Reason must be tempered with compassion here – but must prevail.
–Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
Courts must consider justice as well as law.
–Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
Individual nations must be free to develop their own destinies at home as their own people wish – but cannot abuse their neighbors.
–Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
–Balance personal rights with social duties.
Individuals have a natural concern for their personal welfare, but man is a social animal and must also be concerned for the group. Failure of society means failure for its individual citizens.
–Prize truth-beauty-love-seeking harmony with the infinite.
The infinite here means the supreme being – whose will is manifest in the workings of the cosmos – if we will seek for it.
–Be not a cancer on the earth-Leave room for nature.
In our time, the growth of humanity is destroying the natural conditions of the earth which have fostered all existing life. We must restore reasoned balance.
I’ve got three YouTube channels deleted for much much less than what they’ve written on stone.
Now they claim they started hunting down the demolisher, but, decades later, when it comes to the people who erected it, they claim this:
“No one knows the identity of a group of sponsors who provided the specifications for the 19-foot high monument”Elbert County Chamber
For decades, they fed us legends and now, if you believed them, you’re a nutty conspiracy theorist, akin to terrorists:
Nobody Knows How to Interpret This Doomsday Stonehenge in Georgia
We know where they are and what they say, but everything else is all hotly debated
Smithonian Mag, September 10, 2013
In Elbert County, Georgia there’s a set of stones called the Georgia Guidestones. They were put there in 1979, with a set of ten guidelines, in eight modern languages and four dead ones, carved onto the slabs. But that’s pretty much all anybody can agree on about them, as Jill Neimark writes this week at Discover Magazine. How to interpret the guidelines, who put the stone there, and what people should do about them are all hotly debated.
On the stones are ten instructions:
- 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 the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
Neimark visited the stones and writes about the mystery behind them. The only man who knows who built them isn’t telling, “They could put a gun to my head and kill me, I will never reveal his real name,” he told her. And the purpose of the inscriptions isn’t even clear. Van Smith, “one of the monument’s most prominent conspiracy theorists,” says that they’re for establishing the beginnings of a totalitarian tribal government. Another theorist said that the stones were Satanic and should be destroyed. Alex Jones, a radio host and famous conspiracy theorist, says that the stones call for culling of humans.
Many hate the stones. When Randall Sullivan of Wired visited the stones in 2009, they had been vandalized, “Death to the new world order” painted on them in polyurethane paint.
Not only were the stones supposed to give messages, but their arrangement was meant to be a Stonehenge like astronomical device. Sullivan writes that the man commissioned to build them had to seek outside help to make that dream a reality:
The astrological specifications for the Guidestones were so complex that Fendley had to retain the services of an astronomer from the University of Georgia to help implement the design. The four outer stones were to be oriented based on the limits of the sun’s yearly migration. The center column needed two precisely calibrated features: a hole through which the North Star would be visible at all times, and a slot that was to align with the position of the rising sun during the solstices and equinoxes. The principal component of the capstone was a 7\8-inch aperture through which a beam of sunlight would pass at noon each day, shining on the center stone to indicate the day of the year.
But today, astronomers say the astronomical features on the guidestones are crude—”an abacus compared to Stonehenge’s computer,” Loris Magnani of the University of Georgia told Neimark.
And yet despite the confusion and mystery—or perhaps because of it—the monument has a devoted community dedicated to figuring out just what the mysterious rocks are for. And, like most conspiracy theories, the quest will probably never end.
A summary of the official narrative right now:
Mysterious men under false identities got government’s blessing to erect on the public domain a monument to eugenics and genocide, that literally says world population needs maintained under half a billion people.
But if I insist on elites having genocidal plans of population culling, I end up on some FBI watchlist as potential terrorist and total nutter.
And the people who can’t know who they built a monument with, now are after the people who blew it up.
Ridiculous. And I have uncovered a bunch of receipts to prove it.
I kept digging and I found a TV report on the inauguration day, that was quite loud and pompous, a polar opposite to “secretive”, it even had prominent politicians speaking.
Watch it here
Over 951 cubic feet of granite make up the 11 pieces. Out The overall height is 19 ft 3″ from the surface of the ground to the top of the capstone there are slots and holes in the center stone that have astrological significance because they have been cut at precise angles to permit accurate readings of the sun and moon at various times of the year, standing on the highest point of Elbert county, the Georgia guide stones have raised *** lot of questions. Four upright stones more than 16 ft high with support stones totaling almost £238,000. And there’s *** message sand blasted in 12 languages and letters Two inches tall. The sponsors of the mysterious project are said to be an anonymous group of out of state Americans promoting the concept of the conservation of mankind. Here’s the mystery though. Elbert and granite businessman joe Finley was contacted to build the project by *** man using the fictitious name of R. C. Christian granite city Bank President Wyatt Martin served as intermediary handled the escrow account for all funds and says he’ll carry the secret of who R. C. Christian is to his grave. Well, in spite of what we don’t know, congressman doug Bernard dedicated the guide stones with an open mind. We must stress today the need for self control for self restraint and yes self government, all of which I interpret in this Georgia guide stones, the sense of prominence is there and we do know this. The Georgia. Guide stones are some of the largest granite monuments ever erected, and they can be seen for years to come on Georgia Highway 77 7 miles north of Elberton, Matt Hunt, Action News on the scene in northeast Georgia. And whenever you might, you inspect the money.
[Doug] Barnard was a delegate to the Georgia State Democratic convention in 1962 and a delegate to the 1964 Democratic National Convention. He served in the United States House of Representatives from 1977 to 1993. On March 22, 1980, he addressed a crowd estimated to be between 200 and 300 people where he unveiled the Georgia Guidestones monument in Elberton. He explained that the monument was to guide future generations and that it should make Americans try to ecologically preserve the environment.Wikipedia
The stones were revealed in a ceremony witnessed by up to 300 people. During it, Rep. Douglas Barnard read the message:Fox News
“In order to avoid debate, we the sponsors of the Georgia Guidestones, have a simple message for human beings, now and for the future. We believe our precepts are sound, and they must stand on their own merits.”
Christian then transferred the deed to the structure and acreage to Elbert County, who has helped to maintain the structure. It drew in about 20,000 people annually to the area, the local chamber of commerce estimated.
Only one person really knew Christian’s real identity. That was Elberton banker Wyatt Martin. Martin passed away late last year and appears to have taken that secret to his grave.
Several documentary and investigative journalists have long sought after the real identity of Christian, his group, and what the real purpose of it was. However, for now, it remains a mystery.
But wait, the mayor was there too…
And i kept digging…
Object Name: The Georgia Guidestones
Maker and Year: The Elberton Granite Finishing Co., Inc., 1981
Object Type: Promotional publication
Excerpts from the PDF (with my “notes” added):
What a pathetic way for the psychos to avoid being assumed psychos who own what they do!
AND THEN THERE’S THE TIME CAPSULE
A slab on-site had two unfinished lines that said, “Placed six feet below this spot on …” that was “to be opened on,” leading to a search by county officials.Denver Gazette
Before I even started to collect info on the event, first thing I thought was that someone intended to either “censor” them like you delete a conspiracy video, or someone went after the time capsule, or both.
I can’t fully prove any of these hypothesis, but I haven’t heard any better either and everything that followed fell in line with these concepts.
The government did go after the capsule, and then they showed people this:
I belong to the old school of journalism, that demanded “three independent sources” and where one single patented liar such as the government was considered zero sources, unless corroborated.
How do you corroborate their claims with this, for instance:
DARK CLOUDS OVER ELBERTON:
The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones
ABOUT THE FILM:
In 1979, a mysterious stranger appeared in the remote town of Elberton, Georgia. The man introduced himself as R.C. Christian, but admitted this was not his real name. He claimed to represent a small group of loyal Americans who wanted to erect a monument they hoped would inspire “the Age of Reason.”
The monument was named the Georgia Guidestones, and since its completion has spawned a host of conspiracy theories about who or what was behind it. Written on the great granite stones are ten commands or “guides” that were intended to provide wisdom for mankind. But the first of them calls for a reduction of the world population to a mere 500 million. In order to achieve this, billions of people would have to die. Many have wondered: is the monument designed to inspire wisdom? Or to launch a global genocide?
Researchers have wondered for decades about the identity of R.C. Christian and the purpose of his mysterious structure. Was he part of a globalist group? Was he working with the United Nations? After a five year investigation, this powerful documentary presents groundbreaking information, and dares to solve the mystery of who R.C. Christian really was.
This film is a must see for those who wish to learn more about the globalist use of environmentalism towards the cause of population control.
This documentary features the following:
1) Reveals never-before-seen information about the true identity of the man who called himself “R.C. Christian.”
2) Features original interviews with the people who knew the mysterious “Mr. Christian.”
3) Original interviews with the men who were actually responsible for the building of the Georgia Guidestones.
4) An original interview with Wyatt Martin, the only man who knew the true identity of the stranger, and promised to take the secret to his grave.
5) Never-before-seen documents from Wyatt Martin’s secret files, hidden away in his old IBM computer case.
6) Proof from original documents of the Rosicrucian connection to the name “R.C. Christian” and its probable role in the creation of a time capsule.
7) Freemasonry’s part in building the Georgia Guidestones.
8) Evidence of the friendship of Dr. William Shockley (the Nobel Prize winning physicist who argued the principles of dysgenics) – to R.C. Christian.
9) The role of the United Nations in the design of the monument.
10) The chilling ramifications of R.C. Christian’s environmental concerns and his writings on population control.
To be continued?
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