Visiting the Georgia Guidestones: A Mysterious Roadside Attraction.
By Paul Entin
Standing alone in a field in the middle of rural Elbert County, Georgia, the Georgia Guidestones monument features six granite slabs with ten commandments. But not the Ten Commandments. So what is written on the Georgia Guidestones and what do they say about our global future? Read on.
People wonder if the Georgia Guidestones really exist because the message inscribed on the granite monolith seems too horrific to believe. Conspiracy theorists point to its writings and its mysterious origin story as proof of a globalist plot to reduce the world population, eliminate national sovereignty, and replace individual rights with a communist dictatorship, among other plans.
The Guidestones consist of four, tall, stone slabs. These slabs surround a central slab and a final slab sits on top of them all as a capstone. Slits in the center slab and capstone direct the sunlight at key dates and times to function as a calendar, compass and clock.
What is Written on the Georgia Guidestones?
Georgia Guidestones Text
Here is what is written on the Georgia Guidestones:
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.
Who would argue with prizing truth, beauty and love? Or leaving room for nature? But who could accept the goal to reduce global population to an arbitrary 500 million? The global population today is estimated at 7.8 billion, which means the people who erected this megalith want to kill off 7.3 billion people.
It is this seeming absurdity that causes otherwise smart people to ignore or dismiss the obvious intent of this statement. But current events offer a reason to pause and consider. Is the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the pandemic to kick off this depopulation goal? Is there a nuclear holocaust in our future? Perhaps World War III while the ruling elite wait it out in their underground bunkers?
It’s important to understand the meaning of these messages between the lines. Keeping the population in balance with nature presupposes that a population over 500 million somehow puts nature out of balance. Yet are people not part of nature?
And just what does nature “in balance” look like? The guidelines also suggest that people are a cancer on the earth. By who’s determination? This also requires that reproduction be prevented, except under the direction and control of the ruling class.
Guidestones to Reason?
A marker at the Guidestones states, “Let these be guidestones to an age of reason.” Let’s examine some more of their “reasonable” message.
Guiding reproduction wisely seems acceptable on the surface but it means stripping people of their natural right to reproduce. Having children would become a privilege in their new world order.
“Improving fitness” refers to genetic engineering, and, conversely, to preventing the birth of babies who may not appear perfect. This is eugenics – determining who may be inferior by race, religion or other criteria and killing them off outright or by preventing them from reproducing.
The fourth message about controlling passion with reason seems sensible enough. However, it means that religions are not only to be subservient to science but that religions are to be banned outright, just as in U.S.S.R., China and other communist regimes.
Similarly, traditions are devalued along with knowledge of history. New is to be deemed better – because, science. Except that it doesn’t mean science – it means science that’s approved by the ruling elite.
The fifth and sixth points refer to laws and courts. Most people want the protection of fair laws and just courts. In truth, these points set the structure for the one world government being pushed by the United Nations (UN).
Today’s countries would be stripped of their sovereignty and become subservient to the world court. People who haven’t researched this issue often scoff but this has already happened in the European Union and is a core tenet of the USMCA that President Trump recently signed.
Balancing rights with social duties may be the clearest demand for a global, socialist dictatorship. We enjoy rights because we exist, not because a person working in a government position gives us rights. And no one working in government or in any other position has any right to require any “social duties” of anyone.
Their meaning is to require an undefined amount of time and labor of everyone to support the state. Some Americans may think it would be just fine to contribute to the well being of others even if by force, and that volunteering brings joy. This is not voluntary. This is toil at gunpoint. And anyone who fled a socialist regime and came to America would slap you silly for the naivete.
Who Created the Georgia Guidestones?
Just who are these people behind Georgia’s Stonehenge who want to kill off 94 percent of the people on Earth? To this day, the true owners and financial backers have not been publicly disclosed. And that’s a bit scary.
In 1979, a man using the pseudonym of “Mr. Christian” hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build the monument. It was commissioned on behalf of a “small group of loyal Americans” who wanted to remain anonymous. The stone workers, bankers and other vendors were sworn to secrecy.
The monument was unveiled in 1980. A ground marker west of the Guidestones provides additional data and covers a buried time capsule.
Today, the mysterious Georgia Guidestones are owned by Elbert County and a surveillance camera monitors all the comings and goings.
How to Get to the Georgia Guidestones
The Georgia Guidestones are set on an ordinary, grassy hill just off Highway 77 in Elberton, GA. It’s a scenic 2 hour drive northeast from Atlanta. The site is located at 1031 Guide Stones Road, Elberton, GA. Admission is free and parking is available.
Why did the owners choose this rural location to build this proclamation? Perhaps they wanted to slowly, subtly introduce these concepts to the unsuspecting masses. Maybe some day the mystery behind its origins will be revealed.
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