Have you heard of the Georgia Guidestones? A majority of Americans still have no idea of its existence.
Do you know what they mean?
Are the Georgia Guidestones a harmless roadside attraction with a “philosophical message” or did its secretive creators intend something more ominous?
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Some call these Guidestones the 10 commandments of Satan.
Read the inscriptions on these Guidestones (retyped below), look at the world you woke up to, and decide for yourself.
For starters, the Guidestones are a mysterious monument located in the middle of a pasture 90 miles east of Atlanta. The monument was erected in 1980 after being commissioned by a stranger to the area named Robert C. Christian (R.C. Christian).
He indicated his group had been planning it for 20 years. To this day, his true identity and the organization he represented remain hidden from the public. But you will know where to find his identity by the time you’re done reading this article.
When the monument was completed, a ceremony for its unveiling was attended by a few hundred guests. For good reason, it was detested by some in attendance, including a local pastor. The site was ultimately deeded to the county under total secrecy. All documents related to its construction and financing were destroyed (allegedly). A nearby legend code also references a time capsule buried on the site.
The Guidestones consist of four vertical slabs of granite that are 16-feet high, a center stone (called a Gnomen), and a capstone. The four slabs make a x-marks the spot pattern weighing over 119 tons. Despite its mass, the monument was skillfully crafted with notches calibrated to track the exact orientation of the sun and moon throughout the year. The capstone has a 7/8 inch hole through which a beam of sunlight passes at noon each day and can be used to identify the day of the year.
The astrological specifications of these Guidestones are why this monument is often called American Stonehenge. And if you know anything about the dark past of Stonehenge, that moniker should give you pause. No novice to astrology or pagan religions erected this monolith-like structure in Georgia.
There are 10 “guides” (commandments) carved into each vertical face of the monument. Each face translates the guides into another language, ranging from English to Hindi (modern languages).
The capstone also contains inscriptions in classical Greek, Sanskrit, Babylonian Cuneiform, and Egyptian Hieroglyphics (ancient languages). R.C. Christian ensured accurate translations for these ancient languages by reportedly consulting with subject matter experts at the United Nations.
So what exactly are the 10 guides? In word-for-word order, here they are:
- 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.
How can such dignified and enchanting language be controversial, evil even? Balance with nature, diversity, uniting humanity, faith, tradition, reason, seem aspirational for all people living in a world battered by wars, pandemics, food shortages, and social unrest.
Let me make a simple man’s attempt at a modern translation of these guides with less poetry and more honesty:
- 7.4 BILLION people on the planet need to die.
- Global elites will decide who, what, and how life is replicated on the planet. Forced sterilization, eugenics, pharmacology, abortion, cloning, and gene editing (CRISPR) are already at work.
- Global elites want to unite all people with a single language so it’s easier to subjugate them. In an act of defiance, global elites intend to reverse the tower of babel episode in the bible.
- Anyone that places faith in God above the state is not tempered with reason and will be silenced one way or another. To the global elite, God is not the source of law—man is.
- Global elites know best what your community needs for fair laws and courts. Global elites will make the laws and appoint judges to enforce them. Laws based on Judeo-Christian values are relics in our post-modern world.
- Global elites will decide all issues of significance in a world court. Your supreme court will no longer be the highest court of the land.
- Your form of representative government is useless. Your state and federal constitutions are petty laws.
- Collectivism will govern rule making. Karl Marx is a hero. Individual sovereignty and property rights are bad. You will own nothing and be happy.
- The New Age ideology of the global elite turns the world upside down. It calls good evil and evil good. If you reject this ideology, you do not “prize truth”.
- You must support our sustainability initiatives, green new deal, climate summits, carbon tax credits, tax subsidized windfarm projects, and any other scams we concoct to leave room for nature. Read it again. We think you’re an idiot, so we want you to read it twice.
No wonder R.C. Christian and his group went to such great lengths to maintain secrecy. Guides #2 thru #10 can be interpreted several ways; none of them are benevolent. But how can #1 be read any other way than maniacal and horrific?
No one knows for certain the purpose behind R.C. Christian’s Guidestones. Perhaps, he left a clue on a plaque at the Georgia site. This is what it looks like:
The plaque provides several astronomic features and dimensions about the monument. More importantly, in the center of the plaque it states, “LET THESE BE GUIDESTONES TO AN AGE OF REASON”.
Undoubtedly, R.C. Christian and his supporters were giving a wink to Thomas Paine’s book, The Age of Reason, in which Paine wrote:
Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is no more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more repugnant to reason, and more contradictory to itself than this thing called Christianity. Too absurd for belief, too impossible to convince, and too inconsistent for practice, it renders the heart torpid or produces only atheists or fanatics. As an engine of power, it serves the purpose of despotism, and as a means of wealth, the avarice of priests, but so far as respects the good of man in general it leads to nothing here or hereafter.
Paine and R.C. Christian shared a common desire to supplant Christianity. In R.C. Christian’s case, he supported a global government guided by a religion of environmentalism. Put plainly, there was nothing Christian about R.C. Christian or his Guidestones.
The monument rests in Elbert county, Georgia. Why?
There are four features about this site that likely led R.C. Christian and his group to pick it. First, Elbert county has an enormous subterranean bed of granite stretching miles in every direction. If you’re going to make the largest granite monument in the country, go where the granite is quarried at large scale. The county seat is known as the Granite Capital of the World.
Second, it was (and is) a sparsely populated rural area, making it easier for a sophisticated group to work in secret. Third, if the monument is dialed in to occultic and astronomic features of sun and moon activities, it needs to be sited on a high place.
No surprise, the Guidestones rest on the highest point in the county. Read your Old Testament and pay attention to how much evil is associated with “high places”. There’s a lot there.
The fourth and final reason I think it’s there might surprise you. If a monument is intended to instruct all the peoples of the world, then it would make sense to site it at the center of the world. 11.5 miles from the Guidestones, you will find a “Center of the World” marker posted by the Georgia Historical Commission in 1954.
This historical marker reads:
This was Ah-Yeh-Li A-Lo-Hee, the Center of the World, to the Cherokee Indians. To this assembly ground, from which trails radiate in many directions, they came to hold their councils, to dance and worship which were to them related functions, and to barter their hides, furs and blankets for the trade goods of the white men from Augusta and other settlements
An ancient place of ritual worship? I’m not sure what to make of the site as the actual center of the world. It is, however, significant that one of the most historic tribes of North America worshiped there and considered it so.
Take what you want from this information. But at a minimum, the undisputed public record establishes that a sophisticated covert group erected a massive occultic monument on American soil in 1980 in support of (i) world government, (ii) depopulating the planet, (iii) environmentalism (sustainable development), and (iv) a spirituality that rejects Christianity. Decades later, we can see our world hurdling toward those same initiatives at an alarming pace.
What major world leader today is not supporting the guides?
Before closing out this article, let’s take a closer look R.C..
We know that he arrived in Elberton Georgia in June 1979. He presented himself as Robert C. (R.C.) Christian, an educated, well dressed, articulate man. You might be interested to read what the locals in Elbert county have to say about R.C. and the origins of the monument. The Elbert County Chamber of Commerce states,
Joe Fendley, president of Elbert Granite Finishing Company, Inc. in Elberton, Georgia was approached by a neatly dressed man who wanted to buy a monument. The middle-aged man who identified himself as Mr. Robert C. Christian said he wanted to know the cost of building a monument to the conservation of mankind and began telling Fendley what type of monument he wanted. Christian outlines the size in metric measurements. No monument of this kind had ever been quarried in Elberton, which was to explain why the price quoted could only be an estimate and not one guaranteed, as is the normal practice. Mr. Christian agreed to the quoted price. Christian, during his visit with Fendley, explained that he represented a “small group of loyal Americans who believe in God.“* He said they lived outside of Georgia and wanted to “leave a message for future generations.“* After leaving Fendley’s office, Christian went to the Granite City Bank to meet with Wyatt C. Martin. Christian informed Martin about his plans and the group he was associated with, had planned this monument for 20 years. He said the group wished to remain anonymous and revealed to Martin that his real name was not Robert Christian, it was a pseudonym chosen because of his Christian beliefs. After being sworn to secrecy, Christian told Martin his real name, and some other personal information so Martin could investigate him properly before the project began. To this day, Wyatt Martin is the only one who knows Christian’s real name. The prototype that Christian brought to Fendley resembled the infamous Stonehenge Monument in England. Pyramid Blue Granite from Pyramid Quarry was chosen for the monument. Each piece weighed approximately 28 tons, making this project to become one of the most challenging projects to be worked on in Elberton. Charlie Clamp was the sandblaster chosen to etch the “message”, which was more than 4,000 individual letters.
The banker, Mr. Wyatt C. Martin, is the only man in Elbert County that appears to have prodded R.C. Christian for his true identity. R.C. Christian needed a local banker to facilitate escrowed large payments for construction, and Mr. Martin agreed to do so on the condition that R.C. revealed his true identity.
The New York Times tracked down Mr. Martin in 2013.
In the Times article, Mr. Martin stated:
I made an oath to that man [R.C.], and I can’t break that,” said Wyatt Martin, 82, the retired banker who helped broker the arrangement for the monument, which is 19 feet tall and resembles Stonehenge. “No one will ever know.”
Mr. Martin died in 2021. I’ve scoured books to see if anyone else shed light on the subject. Most of the internet sleuths think Ted Turner or L. Ron Hubbard (scientologist) were behind the project. But those opinions were conjectural and never satisfactory. Then I stumbled across Dr. J. Michael Bennett.
Turns out he was curious too. And he did something about it. Dr. Bennett took the time to visit Mr. Martin at his home. He filmed the encounter and released footage in a documentary called, Dark Clouds Over Elberton.
In the footage, we see an elderly Mr. Martin discussing origins of the monument with Dr. Bennett. Several other locals are introduced as well, but none carry the significance of Mr. Martin. On the topic of R.C. Christian, Mr. Martin remained guarded and refused to reveal anything.
From the outset, Mr. Martin asked Dr. Bennett not to ask about R.C.’s identity. Mr. Martin stated he wanted to respect the wishes of R.C. and he indicated that R.C. identified himself as a Christian.
In the footage, we see that Mr. Martin came to consider R.C. his friend. He perceived R.C. as an honest, intelligent man, of a respectable occupation that any community would want. It was obvious that R.C. won the affections of Mr. Martin through their dealings with each other during and after the project.
According to Mr. Martin, R.C. requested him to destroy all documents related to the monument project. Mr. Martin did not. He kept them in a large case in his shed. During the interview with Dr. Bennett, Mr. Martin would not turn over the documents to Dr. Bennett.
Undeterred, Dr. Bennett asked Mr. Martin if he could see the case in the shed. With some gentle nudging, Mr. Martin agreed. The two men were followed by a cameraman to the shed.