Georgia Guide Stones

A.k.a. The American Stonehenge

 

 

Construction Began: June, 1979

Height: 19 feet 3 inches (5.87 m)

Weight: 237,746 pounds

Material: Granite

Origins:

The Georgia Guide Stones also known as "the American Stonehenge" or "the NWO's Ten Commandments" are a very peculiar granite structure located in Elbert County, Georgia. (Population: 5,000) The elusive creator of this structure, which has a height of over 19 feet, is credited to a man known by the pseudonym of "R. C. Christian." There's a lot of anomalies in the story of this structures inception, not to mention the odd message that was left behind with it. A lot of researchers believe "R. C. Christian" actually has Rosicrucian ties. We will further examine and break down that research throughout this page.  There are varying public opinions on the guidestones. The local churches are not happy with it and see it as evil. Researcher Van Smith says from the info he's gained via interviews with the people directly involved in the monuments creation that most of the builders were said to be good christian men who wouldn't help build it if they felt it was evil. Elberton Granite Finishing Company is the company that was tasked with the construction of the monument. This specific area of Georgia where the company is located happens to be world famous for its abundant supply of granite. The whole town, including the monument, is built of this one million year old granite. Most granite that is used around the world is said to come from this company and remote region of Georgia. The company's president who also happens to be a free mason, Joe Fendley, is one of the two men to have met with R. C. Christian. According to Fendley, "Christian went on to explain that he represented “a small group of loyal Americans who believe in God” and want to “leave a message for future generations.” One thing to note at this moment is that the Rosicrucian Brotherhood is a sect of Christianity that specifically opposes the Catholic church. The reason I point this out is R. C.'s christian claim could potentially be Rosicrucian. Secret societies have an interesting way of putting the truth out there while hiding it in plain sight. The other man who met R. C. was a banker named, Wyatt C. Martin. Martin claims to be a devout christian as well and to this day refuses to disclose the real identity of R. C. Christian.  Officially all documents and information about the guidestones were supposed to be destroyed after its construction.  However Martin admits they can all be found in the HDD of an old computer in his garage. (I'd steal it if I knew where lol) Additionally some researchers speculate that Ted Turner is actually the man responsible for the Georgia Guidestones. The correlations are interesting and some of the evidence is convincing but still not enough to claim it as fact.

"Although there are reasons to believe that the R.C. Christian story is almost a complete fabrication, the few “facts” about him from the story are:"
  • R.C. Christian visited Stonehenge before designing the Georgia Guidestones.
  • He was over sixty years old when he wrote Common Sense Renewed in 1986.
  • He claimed to be a Christian, but his writings suggests that he might instead be a follower of Alice A. Bailey’s New Age movement who venerate “The Christ” but also worship other deities.
  • He had a great-grandmother from Georgia.
  • He served in World War II.
  • He was very well traveled and sent checks to Martin to pay for the monument from banks located all over the country.
  • He was at least moderately wealthy.
  • He liked Thomas Paine.
  • He distributed his book to “several thousand political officials and shapers of public opinion throughout the world. All members of the United States Congress received copies.”
  • He quoted Henry James’ remarks about Stonehenge.
  • He was described as a “gray-haired middle-aged gentleman” when he met with Fendley and Martin in 1979.

Via- Van Smith

A well known researcher by the name of Jay Weidner believes this monument represents an ancient belief that the earth goes through a major cataclysm every 13,000 years. He believes the astronomical features of this monument could possibly indicate when the next one will occur and that the monument is supposed to serve as "guidestones" of instruction for humanity's survivors. Some people also believe this monument is the site of a star gate or portal. Van Smith mentions a paranormal experience which took place at the site: "Charlie Clamp, was sandblasting over 4,000 4-inch letters into the eight faces of the four Guidestones. Forebodingly, as he carved the words “to an age of reason” into the Pyramid Blue granite capstone, Charlie Clamp says he heard “strange music and disjointed voices.”

Elberton Granite Finishing Company hired by R. C. Christian constructing the monument

Features of The Guide Stones:

Inscriptions

"A message consisting of a set of ten guidelines or principles is engraved on the Georgia Guidestones[9] in eight different languages, one language on each face of the four large upright stones. Moving clockwise around the structure from due north, these languages are: English, Spanish, Swahili, Sanskrit , Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian.

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.

  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.

  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.

  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.

  10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature."

-Via Wiki

Now I know some of these inscriptions suggest some plausible and rational ideas but the main thing to point out in these inscriptions is conveniently inscription number 1. "Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature." Balance with nature is something we desperately need in modern society but wiping out over 90% of the population is not the way to achieve this. Some may argue that overpopulation is the main cause of our imbalance with nature but on the contrary researchers have discovered information that claims otherwise. We will expand on that further in this page.

Companion or Explanatory Tablet Nearby:

 

"A few feet to the west of the monument, an additional granite ledger has been set level with the ground. This tablet identifies the structure and the languages used on it, lists various facts about the size, weight, and astronomical features of the stones, the date it was installed, and the sponsors of the project. It also speaks of a time capsule buried under the tablet, but spaces on the stone reserved for filling in the dates on which the capsule was buried and is to be opened have not been inscribed, so it is uncertain if the time capsule was put in place.

The complete text of the explanatory tablet is detailed below. The tablet is somewhat inconsistent with respect to punctuation, misspells the word "pseudonym", and incorrectly uses the adjective "hieroglyphic" as a plural noun. The original spelling, punctuation, and line breaks in the text have been preserved in the transcription which follows (letter case is not). At the top center of the tablet is written:

The Georgia Guidestones

Center cluster erected March 22, 1980

Immediately below this is the outline of a square, inside which is written:

Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason

Around the edges of the square are written the names of four ancient languages, one per edge. Starting from the top and proceeding clockwise, they are: Babylonian (in cuneiform script), Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Ancient Egyptian (in hieroglyphs).

On the left side of the tablet is the following column of text:

Astronomic Features

1. channel through stone
indicates celestial pole.
2. horizontal slot indicates
annual travel of sun.
3. sunbeam through capstone
marks noontime throughout
the year

Author: R.C. Christian
(a pseudonyn) [sic]

Sponsors: A small group
of Americans who seek
the Age of Reason

Time Capsule
Placed six feet below this spot
On
To Be Opened on

The words appear as shown under the time capsule heading; no dates are engraved."

-Via Wiki

"Let These Be Guidestones to an Age of Reason"

Sign at the structure which details it's alleged origins.

"The unveiling of the Georgia Guidestones. Could one of these people be the mysterious R.C. Christian?" -Via Vigilant Citizen

Rosicrucian Theory

As I mentioned previously, many researchers believe the real identity of "R. C. Christian" can be traced to an old German secret society dubbed the Rosicrucians. The Rosicrucian order has maintained strict secrecy since its inception. This may be the first time you have ever heard of these guys, that's how elusive they are, just like many other ancient and modern secret societies. Let's look into the background of this secret order:

"Rosicrucianism is a philosophical secret society said[1] to have been founded in late medieval Germany by Christian Rosenkreuz. It holds a doctrine or theology "built on esoteric truths of the ancient past", which "concealed from the average man, provide insight into nature, the physical universe and the spiritual realm."[2] Rosicrucianism is symbolized by the Rosy Cross or Rose Cross.

Between 1607 and 1616, two anonymous manifestos were published, first in Germany and later throughout Europe.[3] These were the Fama Fraternitatis RC (The Fame of the Brotherhood of RC) and the Confessio Fraternitatis (The Confession of the Brotherhood of RC). The influence of these documents, presenting a "most laudable Order" of mystic-philosopher-doctors and promoting a "Universal Reformation of Mankind", gave rise to an enthusiasm called by its historian Dame Frances Yates the "Rosicrucian Enlightenment".[4]

Rosicrucian manifestos opposed Roman Catholicism and its preference for dogma over empiricism, similar to texts authored by the Protestant Reformer Martin Luther. They traced their philosophy and science to the Moors, asserting that it had been kept secret for 120 years until the intellectual climate might receive it.

Early seventeenth-century occult philosophers such as Michael Maier, Robert Fludd and Thomas Vaughan interested themselves in the Rosicrucian world view.[4] According to historian David Stevenson it was also influential to Freemasonry as it was emerging in Scotland.[1] In later centuries, many esoteric societies have claimed to derive their doctrines, in whole or in part, from the original Rosicrucians. Several modern societies have been formed for the study of Rosicrucianism and allied subjects."

Via Wiki

Christian Rosenkreuz a.k.a. "Frater C.R.C."  founder of the Rosicrucian Order

The similarities shared among the Rosicrucian order, it's founder, and the pseudonym left by the monuments creator "R. C. Christian" are hard to rule off as mere coincidence without first considering the possibility that this coincidence may have a potential background to explain its roots at an incredible depth. Since mankind's origins on this planet, secret societies and civilizations have built many monuments that usually hold a significant purpose, and were manifested by a group with the power behind them to build these structures. Would it really be a far out thing to consider that a modern monument like the Georgia Guide Stones could potentially have a deeper and more secretive background? I personally do not believe so, this isn't a little sign in an airport with NWO on it, it's a decently sized modern monument carefully hidden in a quiet part of Georgia. It's located in a specific region for a reason, it was planned to be. The first thing they are not going to do is construct a monument like this in a major metropolitan area. Too many people would be aware of it and a decent majority would obviously be tempted to take a closer look and raise awareness to it, that's why it is where it is today. According to many researchers another reason it is where it is can be correlated to the phenomena known as "Ley Lines."

Documentary By: Carl P. Munck

This documentary from 1994 takes a very in depth and detailed look at monuments and the Ley Lines that connect them. If you really want to know the mathematics behind this phenomena this is the source to look at.

 

There will be a page strictly dedicated to Ley Lines outside of this page where we will take a closer look at the details of this research. To make it brief ley lines are lines that connect many of the famous and ancient megalithic and modern sites together in a grid that covers the Earth. This alleged magnetic or energy grid system has many proposed purposes. These purposes include a grid system that connects or represents the Earth's energy field. In this case the monuments allegedly affect or alter this energy grid system. Another purpose it has been given is essentially an extra-terrestrial highway system to quickly travel along the Earth. Which can also correlate with the energy grid theory with further consideration. Whatever they may be, the ley lines align the Georgia Guide Stones with other famous monuments. Knowing the notable masonry that has been shown throughout our history, this is most likely not a coincidence.

 

Public Opinion of the guidestones

Most people that are aware of this monument feel that it is the embodiment of the New World Order's Agenda 21. I do not disagree with them based on my research. While others see it at as an ominous omen, some see it as a call to rational thinking. The monument has been defaced numerous times and has been recently placed under strict surveillance from local law enforcement.

 

Recent Mystery at the Gerogia Guidestones

Very recently, visitors to the Georgia Guidestones noticed that the missing cut out in the monument had been filled by a concrete cube. On the exposed sides of the cube are a 20 & 14. With good reason the witnesses and researchers suspect this refers to the year 2014. An article from Before Its News will tell us what exactly happened when the cube was removed:

"Ever since a new stone was spotted in a previously empty notch on one of the granite monuments of the Georgia Guidestones – and subsequently removed on September 25 – many people have been trying to decode the letters and numbers on the cube...

When the cube was removed by the man responsible for site maintenance (a man paid by the secretive builders/creators of the Georgia Guidestones) on September 25, he threw it to the ground, an act which revealed inscriptions on the other four sides.

The top says “MM”

The Bottom says “JAM”

The four sides show 20, 14, 8, and 16."

Cube that was removed from the monument

"The letters have largely been interpreted to stand for “Master Mason” and “Judgment Against Mankind.”  The numbers, in normal left to right rotation, have generally been viewed as a date – 8/16/2014.  I suspect this is not how we should be interpreting the cube. At first, linking the letters to a Master Mason and to Judgment Against Mankind seems sensible.  Masons work with stone, Masons are rumored to run the world through secret societies, and the Georgia Guidestones’ number one message about keeping humanity’s population UNDER 500 million implies that some type of horrific judgment-like event eliminates the overwhelming majority of humanity through sudden depopulation. And because the “20” and “14” were facing out initially, and we are in the year 2014, it seemed reasonable to assume we should interpret the numbers left to right."
Via Before Its News

Researchers like David Wilcock believe the numbers 8 16 20 &14 could potentially be August 16, 2014  the day the riots and tension in Ferguson rose through the roof which could have potentially caused a big enough riot to fulfill the NWO prophecy of Martial Law declaration. Nation wide Martial Law could be the trigger that allows them to role out the New World Order. David Wilcock discusses this research further in his show Wisdom Teachings on Gaia TV. The episode is episode 90 "Georgia Guidestones’ Crypto-cube Deciphered."

Blood Found at the Georgia Guidestones

In March of 2015 a commercial drone flyer from the Youtube channel "Phenomenal Travel Videos" captured footage of what seems to be blood that recently appeared on the monument. Some claim it could be anything from a bird dropping it's prey, a tossed bucket of red paint, to a blood sacrifice which relates to an event like a recent solstice. Personally I rule out the red paint bucket theory due to the strict and constantly monitored police surveillance cameras that were recently added to the site due to previous vandals. Something curious to point out is the fact that whatever the substance is, it only flowed from the top slab to the top of the south western slab but did not drip down onto the engravings or the floor below.

 

 

 

Sources to learn more about the Georgia Guidestones:

Van Smith's in depth research: Decoding the Georgia Guidestones

http://vanshardware.com/2009/12/decoding-the-georgia-guidestones/

 

The manifesto by R. C. himself that was sent to political leadership around the world. I'm sure there is a free pdf somewhere online or you can buy a copy on Amazon here for $2,500.

 

The Georgia Guidestones Movie: http://www.guidestonesmovie.net/

 

Granite construction company that was contracted to build the Georgia Guidestones detail its inception: http://archive.wired.com/images/multimedia/magazine/1705/Wired_May_2009_Georgia_Guidestones.pdf
 

Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones

This is a documentary directed by Christian J. Pintoan an award winning filmmaker and is available for purchase on Amazon here.

 

The Georgia Guidestones: America's Most Mysterious Monument

Book written by Raymond Wiley available for purchase on Amazon here.

 

The Age of Reason