We had the opportunity to visit the Georgia Guidestones which is a monument located in Georgia. While I have known about these stones for a very long time, I learned quite a bit more about them on our visit, and made one very interesting observation which we will cover shortly.
As we headed down the road to visit the site, the thoughts came through my mind again…
Why would some group of people place these stones out here in Georgia?
It is not a notable location. It is a country setting with small towns nearby. As we continued down the road, out of the corner of my eye I caught a sign that read,
“Elberton Granite Capital of the World”
Now, Elberton County Georgia is where the Georgia Guidestones are located.
That sign was only the beginning of my new education about these stones.
Why was that interesting?
Granite is the stone that was used to construct the Georgia Guidestones.
As we pulled up to the site, we were surprised to see other people visiting as well. We really never had a moment alone at the site. It is viewable right off the main road which must help draw in visitors. We looked at the stone monument and took some pictures and then headed over to a black granite plaque where I either learned more facts about the stones or remembered facts I had long forgotten.
The Georgia Guidestones Text
Now before I continue with my own visit, here is the text from the black granite plaque on site which will help you understand the reason for the stones to begin with.
The story of the Georgia Guidestones began in June 1979, when a stranger identified as “Mr. Christian” (later “R.C. Christian”) visited Joe H. Fendley, Sr., President of Elberton Granite Finishing Company, Inc., and indicated that he represented a group of loyal Americans living outside the state of Georgia who wanted to build a monument focused on the theme of conservation. “Mr. Christian,” who had assumed this pseudonym because he was a Christian, named Wyatt C. Martin, President of the Granite City Bank, as intermediary to hold funds in escrow for the project, explaining that the Guidestones Group, which wished to remain anonymous forever, had selected Georgia because of its excellent granite, mild climate, and the heritage of his great-grandmother as a native Georgian. “Christian” agreed to Martin’s request to locate the monument in Elbert County if there were a suitable remote site for it, which they found on a hillside that is the highest point in Elbert County, on the farm of Mildred and Wayne Mullenix north of Elberton on Highway 77. Fendley’s company carved the six-part monument from Pyramid Blue Granite. The Georgia Guidstones consist of four granite megaliths set in a paddlewheel arrangement around a central stone, which is surrounded by a flat capstone. Measuring 19 1/4 feet in height at the highest pea, the stone group measures 17 1/3 feet in width; and its diameter is 65 feet. The overall weight of the 951 cubit feet of granite is 237,746 pounds. A ground marker west of the Guidestones provides additional data and covers a buried time capsule. Each of the four sides of the capstone features the statement of cautionary guidance to humankind translated into Babylonian Cuneiform, Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian Hieroglyphics, to “Let These Be Guidestones To Reason.” Below, the guidelines are carved into the eight faces of the four outer stones in English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. In English, the guidelines specify the following:
We have provided the list further below.
So we have a group of individuals who decided to use the pseudonym “R.C. Christian” to construct the site and conceal their identity.
First off, these people are not “Christian,” there is nothing Christian about this monument and God is not referenced. Their “Christian” name is simply a cover.
Secondly, someone knows who these people are, that is a fact. You cannot work with the county without divulging details, especially when money is changing hands. The location is under the control of the county who must use taxpayer money to maintain the site, I wonder how the residents feel about that?
Maybe there are good answers to those questions, but I have never heard them, especially when you understand the stone structure calls for the eradication of 93% of the world’s population.
Elberton County Granite Capital of the World
After reading the black granite plaque, that small sign on the road came back into my mind, “Elberton Granite Capital of the World“.
As the black granite plaque explained, the site was chosen due to it being the highest point in Elberton County. The symbology came racing into my mind.
Granite is one of the strongest stones, it holds up brilliantly outdoors and will last forever. Elberton being the granite capital of the world is quite literally built on a strong and lasting foundation. So the Georgia Guidestones are built on a lasting foundation on the highest point in the “Granite Capital Of The World“.
Considering these thoughts, Scripture came into my mind, specifically the writings of Moses, you know the guy who wrote the first five books of the Bible.
Moses is known as “The Law Giver“. Of course, that Law came from our Father and that Law is The Ten Commandments.
Essentially, Ol “R.C. Christian” and his pals laid out for us their own version of the Ten Commandments. From here on out, we are going to refer to “R. C. Christian” and his pals as “globalists” as that is exactly what this is all about, globalism, establishing a one world government.
Mankind always tries to erase or replace God’s Words with their own and this is just one more example. Ironically, you will notice spelling errors and omissions within the “Black Granite Plaque” and the “Floor Plaque” denoting man’s mistakes.
More Scripture came to my mind.
Specifically, Deuteronomy 31-32 where we find the “Song of Moses” which the overcomers will sing after the Tribulation of Satan, (Revelation 15:2-3). Scripture tells us,
“God He is the Rock” – Deuteronomy 32:3-4
God is the foundation we should build our faith and life on, not on the dreams of men like the globalists who constructed the Georgia Guidestones.
Considering the great granite foundation (the earth) the Georgia Guidestones were built on and understanding God is the True Rock, verse 32 came into my mind which tells us, “their rock is not as our Rock“.
Students of the Bible should understand Satan is the great imitator, and he and his works are always set after God’s own examples, just with a little twist and we can see yet another here.
The moral of the story here is we build our spiritual foundation, our thoughts, and ideals on our Rock which is Jesus Christ, we build our foundation on our Father’s Commandments, not men’s commandments who seek their own agenda.
These globalists have placed honor to their global order on a foundation they believe is unshakable, but we know better. We know “their rock is not our Rock,” and their rock, their order, and agenda is shakable and will ultimately fail. They can play as many symbolical games as they would like, but in the end, they lose, (Hebrews 12:27-28, Revelation 18:2-3).
There are a total of six stones, I find that interesting as six is a number referenced in the Bible to Satan and his own agenda. While that may not peak your interest, it peaked mine. You see, globalism is not about some crazy people craving control of the world. It is about the Kenites, those who form the Synagogue of Satan, those who seek to consolidate power over the world, so they can one day hand it over to their father. If that is a bit heavy for you, let it be and read our Bible study on the subject when you are ready.
Four of the pillars have the globalists ten commandments etched into them in eight different languages. One language on each of the two sides of each stone (click to enlarge photos). The languages are;
I found the fact that “Hebrew” made the shortlist a bit odd. A very small number of people speak that language today. Yet, we know there are a people as Jesus Christ told us who claim to be of the Tribe of Judah, but do lie, (Revelation 2:9; 3:9, see: Are The Jews God’s Chosen People?).
(Note: Reference the floor plaque orientation of the site. You have North, South, East and West noted on the top, bottom, right and left on the stone.)
Atop the structure, we have the capstone with the following inscription,
“Let these be Guidestones to an age of reason”
The inscription is on all four sides and in the following languages,
- Babylonian Cuneiform
- Classical Greek
- Egyptian Hieroglyphics
You will note from one of the photos the Babylonian inscription is facing north. I find that interesting as the central pillar of the Georgia Guidestones monument has a few astronomical elements to it.
From the south to the north of the center pillar stone a hole is drilled through at an angle, when you look through it you can see the sky. The large granite floor plaque indicates this hole marks the “celestial pole,” which points to the north star.
Placing “Babylon” to the north struck me as odd and why choose that ancient language anyway?
Babylon has long stood for confusion and things wicked and is mentioned as such all throughout the Bible. In fact, symbolically Babylon will exist during the reign of the Antichrist who is Satan and he will be her king. Yet, his kingdom will come tumbling down, remember that foundation we talked about, “their rock” (Revelation 18:9-11)?
Biblically speaking, there is something very important “in the sides of the north“. That would be our Father’s Throne.
Turn your Bible with me to,
13 “For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:”
14 “I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.”
Satan did, Lucifer as verse 12 points out.
In the First Earth Age, Satan sinned by rebelling against our Father. Satan wanted God’s Throne which is located “in the sides of the north“. So even today, we see hints and clues that point to Babylon which essentially is the beginning of confusion, Babylon whose king during the Tribulation will be Satan himself.
The Georgia Guidestones 10 Commandments
The main purpose of the Georgia Guidestones is to relay a message from the writers to the world, a message of one worldism, a one world government. Make no mistake about it, that is the intended purpose, yet they package it up with sweet words.
Here are the Georgia Guidestone’s ten commandments.
- 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.
I am not going into the details of all of these, but two of them should jump right out at you, 1 & 6.
The globalists seek a global population under 500 million people, which is in line with Agenda 21 or Agenda 2030 as it is referenced to now. Today, the earth’s population stands at over 7 billion souls. So they openly admit they are seeking to eradicate 93% of the world’s population in order to create their great utopia, and no one is disturbed by this?
No one is disturbed by this granite monument?
But talk about this nation’s history and the South and the nation goes into an uproar. How we have been conditioned.
Number 6 (imagine that):
This one tells us the nations should resolve their disputes in a world court. That is global government people and that is what they are after, that is what we see unfolding each and every day (one of many examples).
The site and structure overall are surrounded in mystery. As I mentioned earlier, there are “astronomical” features which I did not realize in the past. The cutaway through the center of the stone looking horizontally tracks the equinoxes, while the circular hole in the stone tracks the celestial pole.
There is also a built in clock if you will. At 12 pm, no matter the time of year a hole in the capstone allows light to shine down onto a cutout. When you see the light, it indicates it is 12 pm. We happened to be there around that time and caught a few shots of the light on the stone, (see: “Time Clock” photo).
Finally, there is a time capsule buried six feet under the granite floor plague and this too is surrounded in mystery. It lists an unknown date of burial and an unknown date for it to be opened.
Maybe when their father shows up, they will “reveal” their “grand” secret.
Just before we left I made an interesting observation. As I looked up one last time at their ten commandments in English, I noticed a notch on the top right corner of the stone. I did not recall seeing a notch on any of the other stones. So I pointed it out to the “crew” and we all walked around the stones once again and noticed the only stone that was notched was the English and Spanish stone.
However, the notch was only made on the English side of the stone.
After looking and thinking about the symbology that was built into those stones, I knew we had found yet another piece of symbology.
The globalist monument has a notch out of the English side of their ten commandments as a mark, in my opinion, that this is the last people they must conquer, our freedom loving ways. And when you understand who the English (Christian) speaking nations really are, it becomes that much more intriguing, (see: Abrahamic Covenant).