(Jerusalem Post) The Georgia Guidestones — a mysterious stone monument in the U.S. state of Georgia — was partially destroyed in what is believed to be a bombing incident, with the remainder demolished later by a backhoe for safety reasons, local media outlets reported Wednesday:
Known as the Georgia Guidestones, this mysterious monument has been dubbed by many as “America’s Stonehenge,” likening it to the similarly enigmatic Stonehenge statue in the United Kingdom.
However, the explosion believed to be a bombing took place early Wednesday morning, destroying one of the monument’s six stone slabs and damaging another one. Footage of the explosion was later shared online by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI).
Several hours later, a backhoe was used to level the rest of them. According to the GBI, this was due to safety concerns.
Fittingly for a structure long shrouded in mystery, the culprit behind the bombing remains unknown.
The Guidestones themselves were a strange 5.87-meter-tall monument erected in Georgia’s Elbert County in 1980. It consisted of six stone slabs made of granite. Four of the slabs were arranged in a formation around another stone slab in the center, with a capstone on top of them connecting them all together.
On these stones were writings in a variety of languages, specifically English, Spanish, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Hindi and Swahili – it was the slab with the latter two that was destroyed in the bombing before the rest were demolished.
These writings all contained the same message, a list of 10 “guidelines” which consisted of the following:
–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.
Nearby was an additional rock, referred to by many as an explanatory tablet, which included the name of the monument, the date of its unveiling, a number of details regarding astronomic features, authors, sponsors, a time capsule (which is debated if it even exists) and a message reading “Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason.”
As noted by the state tourist website ExploreGeorgia.org, the Guidestones also function as an astronomical calendar, arranged to let sunlight shine through a narrow hole in the structure daily at noon to illuminate the date on an engraving.
The purpose of the Guidestones themselves is unclear and is just as mysterious as the story behind their construction.
…The Georgia Guidestones are known to have been built by the Elberton Granite Finishing Company at the behest of a man identified as Robert C. Christian, something explicitly credited in the explanatory tablet to be an alias. Christian also represented an unknown organization that has only been identified as “a small group of loyal Americans” that wanted the structure built.
…In May 2022, Georgia governor primary candidate Kandiss Taylor vowed to destroy them should she get elected, claiming they represented a “Satanic Regime” and “Luciferian Cabal,” but destroying the Guidestones would be an act of resistance.
Later, after their destruction, Taylor tweeted “God is God all by Himself. He can do ANYTHING He wants to do. That includes striking down the Satanic Guidestones.”
According to the monument company that maintains the Guidestones, they were intended to survive an apocalypse — built in 1980 during the Cold War — as a warning to the survivors left to repopulate the world.
Many have taken — or mistaken — one of the goals of the stated on the Guidestones was a massive world depopulation program — which many have linked to the fake COVID pandemic.
But the monuments were intended to be read by a future generation in which the world population had already been decimated probably by a nuclear apocalypse.
Clearly, the language and goals are very similar to rational “Enlightenment” principles of the freemasons — and it’s highly likely that a group of them were behind the constructions of the Guidestones.
And the fact that the man who ordered the monuments used the pseudonym Robert C. Christian hints at the masonic hidden hand — the masons sell themselves to naive initiates as a “Christian” organization — whereas those that reach the higher levels of masonry know the exact opposite it true — masonry’s goals have much more in common with Judaism than Christianity.
Some relevant quotes about Freemasonry:
“GENTILE masonry blindly serves as a screen for us and our objects, but the plan of action of our force, even its very abiding-place, remains for the whole people an unknown mystery.”
—The Protocols of Zion, 4:2
“The most important duty of freemasonry must be to glorify the Jews, which has preserved the unchanged divine standard of wisdom.”
—French masonic magazine Le Symbolisme (July 1928)
“Our rite is Jewish from beginning to end, the public should conclude from this that we have actual connections with Jewry.”
—Dr. Rudolph Klein, (Latomia, No. 7-8, 1928)
“Freemasonry is based on Judaism. Eliminate the teachings of Judaism from the Masonic ritual and what is left?”
—Jewish Tribune newspaper, in 1927
“Freemasonry is born out of Israel.”
—The Jewish Guardian, 12 April 1922
“Freemasonry is a Jewish establishment, whose history, grades, official appointments, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end.”
–Rabbi Isaac Wise
“As surely and securely as the Jews have been behind Freemasonry, or Secularism, or Communism, they are behind the “anti-hate” drive. The Jews are advocating tolerance only for its destructive value — destructive, that is, of the Catholic Church. On their part, they still keep alive their racial rancors and antipathies.”
—Father Leonard Feeney, The Point magazine, July 1955