3.29.2010

Looking for Meaning in the Georgia Guidestones: Fun with Extrapolations

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Recently a commenter brought my attention to the mysterious "Georgia Guidestones" - a monument you may wish to read more about by clicking HERE or HERE.

The story goes like this - a stranger walks into town and asks a monument company to build a gargantuan granite monument with mysterious inscriptions, incorporating a sundial and calender into the design. A large stone in the ground tells us a time capsule will be buried six feet below it with an opening date sometime in the future - the dates are still blank. I suppose that anyone well-heeled enough to build such a monument would have plans to complete the project - but they must be waiting for something - I wonder what?
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Here is the main inscription:

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.

Here is an extrapolation I made using the Guidestones as a way to extend a line down to the pyramid of Quetzalcoatl in Mexico - surely a coincidence - but since we are left to our imaginations by the builders I used mine.

I'd read the biography of the man who built the monument and he is involved in a certain secret society as far as I can tell - so I embarked on my theorizing with that in mind.

I remember reading General U.S. Grant's memoirs regarding America's activities in this area.


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So who really built this monument that says how many people should inhabit the Earth? How about one more? What if there is a great plague and the population isn't big enough to take the punishment because man has taken it upon himself to limit the population?

This is the epitome of man's arrogance.
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Bonus Video:
Here is a video - Like the gentleman in the video I consider the United Nations a vehicle of ultimate oppression - after all where is their written Bill of Rights?

6 comments:

  1. I too visited the Georgia Guidestone this year to see for myself. I went to the Elberton County, GA musuem and spoke with people who were involved with building the guidestones. they chose the area because of the world class quality granite.

    According to the book "Georgia Guidestones" by R.C. Christian, he and a couple dozen others wanted to put their beliefs as to how Man must live in accordance with Nature 'as not to be a cancer'.

    Many sociologists and others have projected that the Earth's real carrying capacity is in the 500,000 million inscribed on the guidestones and the other declarations are similar to Fundamental Christian beliefs.

    There was great effort to build the stones in accordance with astronomical alignments which would also be in accordance with a 'guiding' principle, not a 'call shot' by the wealthy elite.

    Interestingly and uncommented on is that on the vertical center stone is a wedge shape cutout that tracks the sun through all seasons. If one looks inside the few inch high slot, one can see many intricate carvings of specific detail. I have yet to understand or read about why or how they were able to carve the stone in such tight quarters.

    the other very interesting note is that the site is in the farmlands on NE Georgia. the site has parking for only 2-3 cars, so it was not designed for tourism.

    Someone spent a good deal of time hiring scribes to place their "Age of Reason" declarations in ancient as well as common languages for all to know.

    Their 'guidance' seems logical and idealistically sound as well as long term beneficial to all for sustainable Earth and humanity.

    It does not appear to be the work of the Illumanti or NWO, even though many have taken to this belief without really checking it out for themselves.

    I encourage you to read Mr. Christian's book for further clarification.

    "Don't be a cancer on this Earth, Leave room for Nature, Leave room for Nature" Not bad advice for the long term!

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  2. I thought they sandblasted the letters in - don't know anything about stonework.

    JR

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  3. J Lee do you have a link to the book online?
    JR

    I admit I let my imagination run wild from time to time.

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  4. J Lee says:
    ""Don't be a cancer on this Earth, Leave room for Nature, Leave room for Nature" Not bad advice for the long term!"

    I disagree - there's a book by Daniel Defoe - "A Journal of the Plague Year" - if you have read it you may remember:
    1. The church was keeping documentation on deaths and noticed the sudden increase
    2. There were so many people dropping they would have used bulldozers if they had them
    3. They made bad moves - killed all the cats - which probably would have helped keep the rats down which would probably have kept the fleas down
    4. Labor become valuable after the plague - (not from his book I don't think) because there weren't many people around to do the work

    Conclusion: We dont' know what the future will bring - to pretend that we do is folly. Human potential is the only unlimited power that I can think of - and more humans means more human potential - via the mind - the unlimited power - to solve our problems. Destroying individual examples of this most creative and unlimited of powers (existent) in my opinion is arrogant.

    I don't think it is a good idea for the long term
    JRabbit

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  5. Hey J. Lee,

    Anytime someone says there's too many people on the planet, it makes me stand up a little straighter because I see the results of elite programming.

    How about this: instead of a world with half a billion people sitting around enjoying nature and trading stories about how things used to be when there were a lot more people; how about a world where there are 6+ billion people reaching their full human potential?

    And what's stopping the 6+ billion people on the planet from reaching their full human potential? The same elite that tells us there's too many people, that's who.

    There's not too many people. There's too many elites.

    Thanks for listening. (btw, missing the valley mightily!)

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  6. 9/11 was an inside job

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