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Should any of our troops fall ill, we’re going to do everything we can to make them better and to get them back for the treatment that they need.
originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
At this point I just wish they would do it. Do whatever it is that they are wanting to do and get it over with. Quit spreading the propaganda, quit toying with folks and DO IT.
Just bring it. It's getting really old. Seriously.
originally posted by: shrevegal
I don't understand in this day and age how the Georgia Guide Stones ever came to "be" in the first place and how little is known about them or who put them there. My guess is that weasel Bill Gates has his hands in this pudding somewhere. He is far to happy all the time for a guy that wishes most of us dead. He supposedly sees the suffering in Africa all the time and seems happy as a kitten.
1: CORNER STONES are the first stones placed at ground level. Generally, the first stone is placed in the northeast corner, from which the building traditionally commences. They are part of the structure, and therefore, are placed before or as the building is built.
2: COMMEMORATIVE or DEDICATORY STONES are the stones most commonly placed by the Masonic fraternity today. They are not part of the structure of the building, but fit into a space left in the stone or brickwork. They usually seal a cavity in which a "time capsule" type deposit is made. Generally, the placement of such a stone is the last act in the building and serves as a dedication of the building and a signal of its completion.
3: FOUNDATION STONES are the first stones placed as part of the foundation of a building. These stones are below the level of the ground.
originally posted by: IlluminatiTechnician
One of the more disturbing "prognostications" for humanity as you know, is to kill of humanity to 500 million.
2. Are we certain the notch was vandalism? I don't think it is. I think the monument's owner made it purposefully.
After a recent spate of increasingly severe vandalism, Elbert County was protective enough to put up two wireless surveillance cameras, even though the cameras remained unpowered during our recent visit to the monument.
Our investigation in Elbert County led to the discovery of an apparent, ongoing attempt to topple the English language Guidestone. We passed on photographic evidence to Jones showing that a
large notch was recently cut from the top of that Guidestone near the support pin attaching that stone to the capstone.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
Ugh she couldn't just leave Chem - trails out of it?
I am on the fence about those but lean towards over exaggerated. Seen more showing they don't exist then they do.
She had a great topic going but people will just use her talking chems to discredit everything else.
Also her calling everyone ignorant that doesn't agree with her, always a no no
thoughtful of them.
originally posted by: WeAre0ne
a reply to: leolady
I think calling the cutout vandalism is just an assumption.
It wouldn't make sense to make a cut that high up, and that perfect. It would require a huge ladder, and some precise tools. If it was vandalism to try to topple the structure, you would think they would try to destroy it at the base, not at the top, especially if it requires a ladder to reach.
If you look at older picture, you can see the outline of the cutout was engraved in the stone before it was finally cut out. This was a planned event, and most likely for a commemorative stone.
originally posted by: Spruce
a reply to: Patriotsrevenge
I believe there was a pivotal event this year and that is why the 2014 cube was installed.