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Georgia Guidestones: ‘America’s Stonehenge’ Demolished by Explosion

While Micheal Martin was playing to the worlds media in Ukraine the sinister Georgia Guidestones, a mysterious and very controversial granite monument, was demolished Wednesday evening following an explosion earlier in the morning that destroyed a portion of the edifice. They were regarded as a monument to the aspirations of the globalist cabal known as the New World Order which Micheal Martin so fondly embraces and dances to their tune. Let’s hope this demolition is a sign of things to come for the New World Order, their criminal war mongering cabal and their fellow travellers.

A Satanic Edifice

The controversial monument which was located 90 miles east of Atlanta, Georgia was badly damaged by an explosion around 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. A large portion of the structure was blown to pieces when authorities arrived on the scene. Later in the afternoon, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced that crews had demolished the remainder of the structure for safety reasons.

Mysteriously built in 1980, and regarded by many as a Satanic edifice the monument was nicknamed “America’s Stonehenge”. The Georgia Guidestones – were regarded as one of America’s and the world’s greatest mysteries and the subject of considerable controversy.

The 19ft-high (5.8m) structure near Elberton, east of Atlanta, was commissioned at considerable expense by a mysterious person or a group under the pseudonym of “RC Christian”. Further additions were to follow but that never happened. On 22 March 1980, the mammoth granite structure weighing 119 tons was revealed to a crowd of about 100 people. A local pastor, in the crowd immediately expressed his belief that the stones were built for cult and devil worship. A lot of unease was expressed about the Guidestones then and over the years.

A Sinister Message

On each side of the capstone, engraved in four ancient languages were the words “Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason.”

Written in Babylonian cuneiform, Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian hieroglyphic and also written in eight modern languages – English, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Classical Hebrew, Swahili, Hindi and Spanish – were the following cryptic message with instructions for rebuilding a post Doomsday society which was;

“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.”

The state tourist website ExploreGeorgia.org says the monument serves “as an astronomical calendar, and every day at noon the sun shines through a narrow hole in the structure and illuminates the day’s date on an engraving”. This was all very nice except for the sinister massage on the monument.

A New World Order Aspiration

Before demolition the Guidestones instructional written message appeared to support population control, eugenics, and global governance in eight different languages. While some referred to the former stones as “America’s Stonehenge,” many more viewed the stones as “Satanic,”

The controversial monument had previously vandalized on numerous occasions over the years, including with graffiti. Residents as far away as five miles were startled by the explosion in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Some residents thought what they had heard was “thunder.”

The News Went Viral

As word of the demolition and footage of the explosion quickly went viral on social media numerous users expressed their approval and even delight with news of the stone’s destruction. The mainstream media has been mute regarding this occurrence to date. One wonders why?

Conservative social media influencer Ian Miles Cheong tweeted a video of the Guidestones being demolished, saying, “You love to see it.”


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