New World Order for The Few Left Behind

Their Mysterious Stonehenge-Like Monument 

 And Their Post-Apocalyptic Message?


By Ewout Rijk de Vries 


My longtime friend, Bob Jacob, an Englishman living in a tiny pristine Austrian village, is an avid history buff. Because my wife and I have a cabin tucked away in the beautiful northern Georgia mountains, he incorrectly assumed we knew all about the “Georgia Guidestones,” depicting the end to our present world and often referred to as the “American Stonehenge.” He had come upon it in researching the recent discovery of an additional ring of pits around Stonehenge in England. 


At present, the world is in a conundrum dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic causing disruption in people’s lives and loss of livelihood. And as if that had not caused enough hardship worldwide, now monuments of American history are being destroyed in our own country as protests continue to upend cities throughout the country due to alleged police brutality targeting blacks unjustifiably. Additionally, we have a nation politically divided right through the middle with no compromise in sight.  


As Americans, we tend to be shortsighted, opinionated and with a limited understanding of the world around us. Some say they want to move to “greener pastures,” to other countries where everything is so much better. With the experience of personally having lived and worked in six different countries and having traveled in many more in all continents, I can attest that even today the United States of America, with its freedoms and opportunities, is still the greatest country in the world.  


However, there is the “tunnel vision” of some who have not experienced these opportunities. Therefore, it is also no wonder, that there are more people today believing in an end to our world as we know it…  Armageddon…  Apocalypse. They do have different meanings as the first is a final human fight for mankind, while the apocalypse is the philosophy of the events that bring us to this brink of our extinction. 

 

So, what better time to take a short leisurely road trip to investigate the Georgia Guidestones. Considering our current pandemic situation, they offer a scary theory about a future that was far advanced for the time this monument was erected. This was most likely a result of the Cold War period some 20-years prior to its construction when people were afraid of a nuclear attack and invasion by the former Soviet Union. Some of you no doubt remember children going through mock bomb scares at school. 

1. The monument sits at the highest point in Elbert County and is oriented to track the sun's east-west migration year-round. 2. On an equinox or solstice, visitors who stand at the west side of the "mail slot" are positioned to see the sun rise on the horizon. 3. An eye-level hole drilled into the center support stone allows stargazers on the south side to locate Polaris, the North Star. 4. A 7/8-inch hole drilled through the capstone focuses a sunbeam on the center column and at noon pinpoints the day of the year.


Elberton, Georgia is a small city in the middle of a line of granite through northeastern Georgia. The city was incorporated in 1803; calls itself the “Granite Capital of the World” and claims to have produced more granite monuments than any other city in the world. There are no statistics to prove the claim, but this city of less than 5000 has created generations of stonecutters. 


That is probably why a distinguished elderly gentleman attired in a suit and tie presented himself in June of 1979 at the Elberton Granite Finishing Company. He said his name was Robert C. Christian and admitted that was not his real name. He explained that he represented a small group of true Americans, who wanted to build a structure out of granite, but who wished to remain anonymous. The stones, Mr. Christian explained, would be a calendar, a clock, and a compass and should be strong enough to withstand storms, catastrophic events, and any other calamity. He explained his group had been working on a model for 20 years.  


Joe Fendley, the representative for the granite company, thought the stranger was crazy. He presented him with a price much higher than the actual cost. “I have to hire additional men and get special tools,” was Fendley’s excuse in hopes that Mr. Christian would go away. However, the quote was accepted without discussion. Four months later, the five-acre parcel of land was purchased by Christian from a local farmer and he presented a scale model and numerous pages of astronomic features and specifications. This included a channel through the stone indicating the celestial pole, a horizontal slot marking the annual trajectory of the sun and a sunbeam through the capstone marking noontime throughout the year. 

 

Six months later, on March 22, 1980, the structure was unveiled in the presence of a few hundred guests who were impressed, delighted, or abhorred by the monument. After the ceremony, all documents pertaining to the construction and origin of this multi-stone mystery monolith were destroyed. Later, under total secrecy, the ownership was transferred to Elbert County.  


The monument is constructed 750 feet above sea level, is 19 feet and 3 inches high and is made from six granite slabs at an approximate total weight of 238,000 pounds.  


Another smaller granite stone lies flat in the ground nearby and provides information about the structure and the languages used on it. There also is a reference to a time capsule under it. However, the space for the inscription of the date the capsule was put in the ground and an opening date were left blank. I asked Christopher Kubs, Executive Vice President of The Elberton Granite Association, why no one has checked if the capsule is indeed there. He could not give me a clear answer but did say and I quote: “Often, the mystery is more interesting than the reality.”

 

The engraved messages on each side of the columns consist of ten commandments in eight languages: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Traditional Chinese, and Russian. The flat granite capstone reads: “Let these be the guidestones to an Age of Reason.” Etched around the edges is the translation in additional ancient languages: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.

 

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.  


Obviously, the message is extremely controversial and open to personal interpretation. Especially, the first instruction giving us images of forced birth control as has been used in China in the past. Or number two suggesting to only let the healthy specimen live, conjuring horrific thoughts of Hitler’s “pure race” Nazism. Someone even spray-painted: “Death to the New World Order” on the granite. Another said: “Just because this does not align with your thinking does not make it evil.” Yet another added graffiti: “I am Isis, Goddess of Love.” Today, the site is surrounded by 24-hour cameras. The day we visited it was in pristine condition gleamingly clean of any graffiti.  


A local banker named Wyatt Martin was the agent for Christian and the last person alive involved in the project. It is not known how much he really knew about the people who were behind the creation of the structure or their philosophy. However, he repeatedly stated that he had agreed to complete secrecy and would not break his promise. Indeed, Martin took the mystery to his grave.  

Perhaps the mystery will be solved one day, or perhaps not. After all, ancient Stonehenge was already one of the most studied archaeological sites on Earth, and only last month there was a new discovery of 20 shafts built in a ring within a 1.2-mile radius of the existing Heritage Monument. Who knows what could still be found at the “Georgia Guidestones?” While we ponder this more recent mystery, perhaps we should be introspective in learning to be more open to opposing opinions. 


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Addendum added by Will Wainwright.


Not everyone is cool with the messages. Some have taken this as a creation from a cult, while others simply view it as a warning from the future. 

 

Regarding our planet, we are  approaching a population of 15 times the recommended population of 500,000,000 with 59% being in Asia, 16% in Africa. 10% Europe and 8% in the US. That doesn’t sound too bad for North America,


Conspiracy fans, this is for you.  On the surface, the Guidestones seems kind of cool and maybe even humanitarian that a man and a group of “Americans” commissioned an expensive statue with eight different languages and an astronomical calendar from marble three hours away from one of the largest international hubs in the United States. But after a closer look, you won’t be able to deny even the smallest amount of conspiracy theorist in you. 


Perhaps the most controversial part of the Georgia Guidestones are the guidelines in the languages themselves. They’ve received much scrutiny and mixed reviews over the years. Singer Yoko Ono, considered it “a call to rational thinking”, as some of the demands are seemingly rational. Others deemed them to be problematic, and believe them to be something along the lines of ten commandments of the Antichrist.


There has been much speculation as to who the “group of loyal Americans” that R.C. Christian spoke of were. Conspiracy theorists have weighed in that this group was either New World Order members or, of course, Satanists. As for R.C. Christian, nobody knows exactly who he was. Some speculate him to be a member of the Rosicrucians.


If you’re unfamiliar with this esoteric group, we have that in common. The Rosicrucians are a 17th century secret society who preceded the Freemasons, and are considered to be the first group of its kind. They were known for speaking of “The Age of Reason” via printed manifestos in 17th century Germany. Their leader was a man by the name of Christian Rosenkreuz, which sound a little too close to “R.C. Christian” to be a coincidence given the circumstances, but no one knows for sure.


After the election of Barack Obama in 2008, defacing the Georgia Guidestones became more common, most often in the form of graffiti. Also around this time people started trying to dig up the alleged (and again, probably non-existent) time capsule. This led police to install cameras surveying the grounds 24/7.


While many believe the Guidestones were a warning from the New World Order of a sinister plan to actively reduce the global population, others believe it describes the basic concepts required to rebuild a devastated civilization, following some kind of global disaster such as a plague or world war, where the population was already reduced to below the referenced. 500 million.

In any case, amid the global pandemic in 2020, brought on by the concerns of the Covid-19 virus, it deserves to be noted on this day, some 40 years to the date of its unveiling. Still don’t worry, Bill Gates has been preparing for this pandemic for ages. He already has plans to inject the entire world population with his “quantum dot digital tattoos,” so he will know who’s taken his vaccine. If you refuse, well, you’ll just be quarantined. Forever. Coincidently, the Book of Revelations warns of a time when “the Antichrist” forces every man, woman and child to take “the mark of the beast” and without it “no one shall buy or sell.”

Lastly it could relate to the blueprint for world domination is detailed in the UN’s Agenda 21 and it's four main objectives. Depopulation, Globalization, Digitization and De-carbonization (Green New Deal). 


Then on the day this essay was to be posted, numerous headlines read, "Strange seeds from China arriving in mailboxes throughout the States". U.S. Dept of Agriculture warns "Do Not Plant". So we wont go there. (VIDEO)

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“Do not be afraid or dismayed; be strong and courageous. For thus the Lord will do to all [defeat] your enemies against whom you fight.” - JOSHUA 25