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The most important part of the Georgia Guidestones mystery nobody knows about.

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posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:24 PM
Below is part of the book "The Georgia Guidestones America's Most Mysterious Monument". In this part of the book is an article written by another mystery man other than R. C. Christian who visited Elberton, Georgia back in 1997.

I believe it is the most important clue to the Georgia Guidestones mystery. It is somewhat cryptic but it is worth reading if you read all of it. I'm completely surprised that nobody is talking about this.

I would like to know what you guys think about it and what you think it means.

Chapter. (The Master of the Rose)

In February of 1997, another mysterious stranger found his way to Elberton, Georgia on a mission. But this man did not go to the Elberton Granite Finishing Company, nor to the Granite City Bank, instead he went straight into the office of Carolyn Cann. At that time, Cann was the weekly editor of the local newspaper, The Elberton Star, and had followed the events surrounding the Georgia Guidestones mystery very closely.

The man, who never revealed his identity, went to Cann to persuade her to become the caretaker of a trust that he wanted to set up to beautify the property that the Guidestones stood upon. The man insisted that the monument should present itself as more of a “Christian-oriented prayer site.” She consented, though she was confused as to why she had been singled out for this task, and the man donated a quantity of money sufficient to allow for the planting of rose bushes around the monument. He then submitted an article to her describing in detail his motivations for donating his money and promised to return soon to furnish the funds required to place benches at the site.

Cann never heard from him again, but a copy of the article that the mystery man wrote is still on file at the Elberton Public Library, and it provides further insight into his own theories as to the true meaning behind the Georgia Guidestones. Describing itself as “Article One of a Series,” the text is titled “The Georgia Guidestones Guides the Stone,” and it is here reproduced in its entirety:

(Beginning of Article)

What is the mystery? Does it point the way to a new age or to an old age returning? What is “THE COMING AGE OF REASON? Why did the benefactor call himself R. C. Christian? Why was he anonymous? What did he know about what or WHO was to come? Why is the use of Granite Rock important? Is there a technical reason the Guidestones are constructed from granite? If so, what are the reasons? Why Blue Granite?

Why did Master Jesus say he would build his church “On The Solid Rock.” Was it literal? Is that “solid rock” the solid granite of The Piedmont Region and the granite outcropping? Where is the center point of the outcropping and does it extend outward like a pebble in a pond or like radio waves?

We are told that “in the beginning was the word.” Could it be that at the turn of the century is a new beginning and that the Georgia Guidestones are like a great key that turns the wheels of a clock to reset time. Could it be that there are clues in the word to point or guide a way to a new understanding that is contained within the word?

Word and sound go together like guidestones and guides the tone.

Word and sound go together like stone mountain and tone mountains. Was it not sound that brought the wall of Jericho down?

Will not sound and frequency shatter a kidney stone and heal disease?

Cannot a beautiful soprano voice shatter glass with the purity of her tone or tender the woundings [sic] of a suffering soul with the same tone?

What is the relationship between the Georgia Guidestones, Stone Mountain, and the Piedmont Granite Shelf? Does it truly Guide the tone, and tone the Mountain? Are they not all “The Solid rock.” Is solid granite rock not also crystalline formation? Is not crystalline formation required in the transmission of sound waves and tone in the transmission of frequency and radio waves?

Is it coincidence that the Georgia Guidestones can be accessed by traveling through Hart (Heart) County? Did not Master Jesus give his Heart to the Earth? And is not Heart and Earth the same word when the first (H) becomes the last Heart/earth?


The Georgia Guidestones must become a sacred place. It is placed there for a very specific technical, religious, and geometric and astronomical reason. A great garden of life life, life more abundant, life must be planted there with evergreens and roses roses roses, roses red, roses white for the blue rose to come.

“IF YOU BUILD IT! HE WILL COME!” A beautification and care fund has been set up by an anonymous benefactor into which all Christians are invited to contribute in the name of Jesus The Christ, The Savior of Mankind, The Greatest Master of Time itself. The endowment fund will be solely dedicated to the care of the garden that is to be built for the Great Master.

Many will begin to meet the Miraculous at the Stones That Guide and Miracles will Meet those who come to the Garden To Pray for Guidance like the Great Master once prayed at Gethsemane before the Great Resurrection and Ascension. Miracles will com upon the wind. Miracles will come upon the Sun that Rises. Miracles will come in the song of the bird. Great healings will begin to occur there.


I will continue to unfold the mystery in articles presented to and through The Elberton Star. It is the Star in the East and I am simply a friend of THE MASTER OF THE ROSE.

You may send your non profit donations or endowments to Carolyn Cann at the Elberton Star who has been asked to manage the beautification project to bring the Garden into Being and make the Stones that Guide a Sacred and far less mysterious place.

(End of Article)

To date, no other donors, Christian or otherwise, have come forward to add to the beautification fund, and a single, bedraggled rose vine is all that remains of the roses that were planted “for the blue rose to come”. But that rose and the mimeographed copy of the anonymous man's article remain as reminders of the clearly profound effect that Elberton's most mysterious monument had on at least one man.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:40 PM
a reply to: Ticonderoga

Read it so what is

The most important part of the Georgia Guidestones mystery nobody knows about.

You don't mean this anonymous stranger do you who gave a few bucks for roses? he wanted people to pretty up the hill and make it into an idol it seems. I do not see the importance?

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:46 PM
a reply to: Ticonderoga

Sounds like a nutter with a little bit of money who was fixated on this exhibit (for lack of a better word like "birdbath"). Lots of nutters fixate, it comes with the territory.

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 04:55 PM
Pfft...and you can read the book here
edit on 2-10-2014 by Staroth because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 2 2014 @ 05:14 PM
I think the article is worth the read. Especially since sound is my department. I'm going to look into this a bit more in regards to the geography of it and this mountain, and etc.
The mention of the crystal nature of the stones acting to transmit or receive frequencies is of interest as well.
Compared to some of the Guidestones hooey that's been floating around, this is very interesting!

My first thought as to why this "mysterious benefactor" never returned, was that maybe he met an untimely demise, or fell ill? But then, you would assume someone would pick up the project for him...he may have just been "obsessed" but then what changed?

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