posted on May, 5 2009 @ 11:29 PM
reply to post by L.HAMILTON
I don't see anything nefarious about the writings. They are not commandments as far as I can see. They are guidelines for a balanced and
harmonious planet, and I'm happy to be the first to say that they make perfect sense to me.
If they were a dark and dastardly NWO ploy...... tell me this: Why, oh why, would the NWO provide us with these sensible ideas that would only
improve the planet and why would they bother to write it in so many languages? Doesn't seem like open humanitarian communication and the NWO go
together very often. I think somebody with loads of dough wanted to leave a marker to humanity, an icon of civility and hope and spirituality. I
would look at the layers of [probable] corporations that own the property, perhaps investigate wealthy persons who died around that time.
and...... dramatic and quirky music aside, the persons making the video call Thomas Paine an occultist? Hmmmmmmm. News to me. I have two of his
works here at home. No mention whatsoever of a penchant for the occult. Common Sense is one of my favorite reads. If there is some sort of
evidence to the contrary I'd truly be interesting in seeing it.
The Guidestones do talk about ....... wait, let me get the exact quote...... "LET ALL NATIONS RULE INTERNALLY RESOLVING EXTERNAL DISPUTES IN A WORLD
COURT". hmmmmm. Downright sensible, to me. Resolving EXTERNAL disputes in a world court.
I think the Georgia Guidestones are fascinating, but not even evidence of a NWO agenda to me, let alone proof. However, I remain open to additional
Either way, thanks for reintroducing the Guidestones to us, Op. Cheers