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originally posted by: Itisnowagain
Do you then believe that it was the Mullinex family that designed and paid for and built the guidestones?
originally posted by: Sahabi
According to my sincere and honest opinion, the Guidestones are not calling for depopulation at all,..... but instead,.... the Guidestones are meant to survive our Society in the event of a cataclysm,.... much like how ancient rock-carvings, monoliths, and megaliths outlived the societies that created them.
To me, the Guidestones are a hope and beacon for an extremely far-off future,.... one in which small pockets of humanity are left to repopulate and rebuild after a dramatic global fall.
To me, the semantics and concepts associated with the Guidestones is more formatted for the restart of a society, rather than rules to impose on current societies. It is a monument urging us into an ideal social creation, not a social destruction.
originally posted by: Kapusta
I once held a blue piece of paper with the signatures of 2 most respectable men I have met in my life. I held onto that paper for years and never submitted it because of pure ignorance and fear. I moved and lost contact with thoes two gents and I often wonder if they are still here on this earth . I wish I would have had the courage to move forward into the light . Now that I am older I wouldn't think twice if I still had that paper . Maybe it just wasn't my time . Making good men better sure does sound good to me .