Georgia Guidestones

Georgia Guidestones

July 6 2022
The Georgia Guidestones were vandalized by a bombing,

and later in day crews fully leveled the pillars.

What did the Georgia Guidestones say?

The English portion of the inscription reads:

“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.”

Georgia Guidestones English


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“The structure, which was built in 1979, had long drawn curious visitors from around the world because of its unique design and cryptic messages. It was made of six granite slabs – a central monolith flanked by four others and topped with a capstone – weighing a total of more than 100 tonnes. Holes in the pillars were aligned with the Pole Star and the Sun’s solstice and equinox, and one aperture allowed a ray of sun to pass through at noon each day to indicate the day of the year.”

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Explosion ‘destroyed’ portion of Georgia Guidestones, GBI says
July 6 2022

Elbert County, Ga. – The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said an explosion damaged a controversial northeast Georgia landmark.

The origin of the monument is ambiguous. They were allegedly commissioned by a person under the name R.C. Christian, established in 1980 and have become a roadside attraction for travelers. It’s sometimes referred to as “America’s Stonehenge” for its unknown origins.

The monument is 19 feet high and each stone block weighs about 42,000 pounds. It serves as a calendar and is inscribed with a 10-part message in eight different languages. The messages are “guidelines” to humanity, that people have suggested are a “cult message.”

“They were meant for a future population after a cataclysmic event,” Kubas said

Former gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor proposed demolishing the Georgia Guidestones as part of her platform, calling them “Satanic.”

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‘Satanic’ Georgia Guidestones partially destroyed in early morning bombing
July 6 2022

A Georgia monument that is referred to as the “American Stonehenge” and believed by some to be satanic was partially destroyed in a bombing attack Wednesday, officials said.

The 19-foot-high Georgia Guidestones were erected in 1980 and have been a source of mystery ever since; it was commissioned by an unknown person or group under the name R.C. Christian.

The structure, which is a historical monument, displays a 10-part message espousing the conservation of mankind and future generations in eight modern languages — English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian — and four ancient languages — Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Ancient Egyptian. The Guidestones also serve as an astronomical calendar.

The Guidestones, which also call for keeping world population at 500 million or below, have been heavily scrutinized by conspiracy theorists.

Former Georgia gubernatorial Republican candidate Kandiss Taylor claimed the Guidestones are satanic and made demolishing them part of her platform.

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Crews level rest of Georgia Guidestones after damage from explosive device
July 6 2022

The Georgia Guidestones are inscribed with ten guiding principles, each etched in stone using languages from around the world.

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