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The Georgia Guidestones are a huge granite monument located on a hilltop in Elbert County, Georgia, USA. It is sometimes referred to as the "American Stonehenge,"  a title that has been applied at times to a number of other structures. A message comprised of ten guides is inscribed on the monument in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian Hieroglyphs.
In June 1979, a man who went by the supposed pseudonym R.C. Christian hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build the monument. Some believe the initials "R.C." and the choice of Pyramid Granite Blue for the structure is symbolic to the Brotherhood of the Rose Cross and the Rosicrucian Order. The monument was erected in recognition of Thomas Paine. Christian wanted the monument to "offer direction to humanity
WHO were the Rosicrucians? Were they an organization of profound thinkers rebelling against the inquisitional religious and philosophical limitations of their time or were they isolated transcendentalists united only by the similarity of their viewpoints and deductions? Where was the "House of the Holy Spirit, " in which, according to their manifestoes, they met once a year to plan the future activities of their Order? Who was the mysterious person referred to as "Our Illustrious Father and Brother C.R.C."? Did those three letters actually stand for the words "Christian Rosie Cross"? Was Christian Rosencreutz, the supposed author of the Chymical Nuptials, the same person who with three others founded "The Society of the Rose Cross"?
Originally posted by zysin5
I also found it a little odd that back in the 20-30 Rockafella use to have a very very private meetings in Georgia on an island, not sure of the name right now, I saw it last night in a passing youtube video..
Originally posted by evilod
Pretty cool, I might just have to drive over there and check them out soon.
It's interesting that the explanatory tablet says... "Time capsule placed six feet below this spot on (blank) to be opened on (blank)." Either they abandoned the time capsule idea, they put stuff there but didn't want it opened, or left it that way to be mysterious.
I don't know, sounds to me like a way for Elberton, GA to draw in tourists. I've never even heard of Elberton and I only live 95 miles away.
By the way, that Youtube video is great. It definitely looks like a VHS high school project, only that guy is like 35. Creepy.
Originally posted by zysin5
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.
Everything seems to be pretty normal there, and with good intentions right? Yeah all but the first rule.. That one there, kinda throws off any peaceful thoughts they have going.. I feel that way anyway..
Keeping population control is murder no matter how you slice it friends.
Enjoy these links and information for now until you can get over there Seewhatudo! Please share with us what you find when you get over there.
Like I said before, it doesnt feel to sinister all but that first rule kinda makes me think otherwise...
What the hell is a "Living Language"
A modern language is any human language that is currently in use.
The term is used in a language education context (in high schools, secondary schools, colleges and universities) to distinguish between languages such as German and French, which are spoken by millions of people and are learned for their usefulness as tools of communication or lingua franca, and classical languages (also called "dead languages") such as Latin, Attic Greek and Classical Chinese, which are studied for their cultural or linguistic value.
Originally posted by theindependentjournal
what a bunch of wogwash and one would have to be an Irrational Socialist to agree with this nonsense.