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Ten Commandments of the Anti-Christ: The Georgia Guidestones

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posted on Jul, 2 2009 @ 03:16 PM
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It's highly ulikely that it's the Roman Catholics at work here. I'd still like to know what that time capsule is. Probably an antidote to save the few remaining after depopulation.




posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 08:43 AM
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I agree with your interpretation that it is anti-Christ commandments; because number one we were given the purpose of being fruitful and multiplying..

I happen to know the height of technology provides room for every-one to the point that they could go their whole life without seeing another person, and an ever abundant amount of resources.

Answer? A bunch of frauds trying to secure a future in a post apocalyptic climate. Planning to take on the persona of caring parental types..

Thank you.

No consequencE..



posted on Jul, 3 2009 @ 10:59 AM
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Yes these gus mean business. They put a lot of planning and hard work in to this idea. I'm surprised so many of them agreed. Do they know something?



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 06:55 AM
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They probly know about something they're causing; or maybe some 2012 catastrophe. I doubt that they are a benevolent group at their heart of hearts. I do not see benevolent people telling us to keep the world population down to 500,000,000..

Thank you.

No consequencE..




[edit on 4-7-2009 by noconsequence]



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 10:10 AM
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Yes, what ever their intention it's not good, yet says it good for the future of mankind. Very weird.

I'd like to see who signed the building permit! I think it's public record but they may have used a false name.



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 10:59 AM
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Interesting thread, wonderworld. I've been fascinated by the guidestones for quite a while. Very difficult to get a sense of their size from the photos; they're quite imposing.

I don't think the authors of the stones were necessarily predicting a reduction of human population. I think it's more in line with the rest of the writings there -- a suggestion of a system wherein humanity can move beyond the tribal/sect/political battles of today, and move into a more self-sustaining existance.

I have a hard time imagining this creation as being nefarious. I mean, suppose some NWO entity wanted to build it. What could they achieve? I feel that the backers and authors of the stones mean well for humanity.

The population control item has potential serious consequence, however. I mean, suppose a post-apolyptic society discovers them... What method might they employ to control their population?

If the information were coded, I might feel differently. Certainly reproducing the same message in several languages makes a sort of "Rosetta stone" for decipering them, even if one doesn't know any of the languages. Just my humble theory.

cheers



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 11:07 AM
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Thanks argentus,

What do you make of the time capsule? It doesnt say it's there, yet states it will be opened on ___ date?


oops edit spelling

[edit on 4-7-2009 by wonderworld]



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 12:15 PM
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I agree with argentus, as the creators seem genuine. Why erect something of this magnitude in Georgia (not disrespecting Georgians) and out in the middle of nowhere. It has been obvious for a long time humanity is headed for a reckoning and we will have to start over. Starting over because of a natural disaster or by our own hand does not really matter when you are back to square one! However, these could be used as GUIDESTONES when starting over for the future generations .

As far as to leave the date blank for opening the timecapsole... we do not know the date when society will start over...

These are my feelings (for many years) and mine alone, though I sense others feel the same.

Ciao!


[edit for content]

[edit on 03/31/2009 by rgseymour]



posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 12:26 PM
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I would sure like to see what is in that time capsule!



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 08:35 AM
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Originally posted by wonderworld
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It's highly ulikely that it's the Roman Catholics at work here. I'd still like to know what that time capsule is. Probably an antidote to save the few remaining after depopulation.


Not likely. IF these people are engineering a depopulation effort involving the need for an antidote, they would have it ready for themselves close at hand, not at some monument, under a rock, in a remote, Georgia backwoods town. Better yet, they would probably inoculate themselves just before the BIG EVENT. I agree there are some scary people out there with some scary ideas, many of them quite doable. Read Tom Clancy's 'Rainbow Six' for a fictional account of just how it could go down. It ain't that farfetched.

Having said all that, I need to say this: The people that set up the Guide Stones most likely recognize that man has no intention of curbing his headlong reproductive dive into destruction, and merely wish to have something out there that may help man rise from the ashes of his self inflicted apocalypse. If they really are nefarious in intent, why don't they just bring it on? What is the hold up?

Just my 2 cents.



posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 10:01 AM
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This is just my first impression as this is the first time I've read about this monument:

Definitely not inspired by any Christian theology: "..seeking harmony with the infinite" is not Christian language.

Maintaining humanity under 500 million to be "in perpetual balance with nature" does not strike me as being the sinister command of some secret cabal but the nescient and innocuous view of some in the environmental movement.

"Guiding reproduction wisely...fitness...diversity." This seems like something an evolutionary biologist would say. This alludes to humanity controlling the genes we pass on to our offspring in order to create a fit (evolutionarily speaking, not going to the gym) and biologically diverse species.

"Unite humanity with a new living language" seems intentionally vague yet meaningful. It doesn't just say a new language but a new LIVING language and what immediately springs to mind is the living, changing factor common to all mankind, our DNA. I could be reading too much into that one though.

From the rest of what's written I gather the creators of this monument were academic, socially progressive and extreme environmentalists. Perhaps a local activist group made up of professors, pagans, socialists, wiccans. In no way do I think this has anything to do with the NWO.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 12:35 PM
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These people must have had some clout with the building department and elsewhere to construct something like this for all to see. The message is loud and clear. I wonder if it was from the Bilderbergers.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 12:38 PM
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Another thing I find odd is many people I know truly think the world is over-populated and the world is not sustainable under the current conditions. Then I wonder what the plan is to solve this. It cant be good.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 08:34 AM
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Originally posted by wonderworld
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Another thing I find odd is many people I know truly think the world is over-populated and the world is not sustainable under the current conditions. Then I wonder what the plan is to solve this. It cant be good.


I am among those that believe the world is overpopulated and that we can't continue to sustain current trends, but I do not advocate the elimination of the problem by murdering the "excess" population. I mean, who decides who is "excess"? What I do advocate is the self regulation of our reproductive ways until the earth returns to a natural balance.

Here is some hard truth for any willing to listen - all conspiracy theories aside, we can simply ignore the warnings that we are way too reproductive, do nothing to curb our exploding population, and Mother nature will take care of the problem for us when we can no longer feed a gazillion people. Mother will balance the books for us, and it will be as ugly as any conspiracy you can imagine. Mother has no favorites.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 09:45 AM
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You have a good point. I'm guilt of overpopulating the earth. My babies come out 2 at a time.

I think it's less expensive to hand out birth control pills in developng countries, than deliver food that never reaches them.

I dont want us to be like China but do think we need to educate people on the consequences of having more than 2 kids and the costs associated with that.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 01:33 PM
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No, it's not just you, heck, before I really understood the direction the world is heading, I did my part to spread my genetics around. We, as a species, are guilty. It is a mindset shared by every living, breathing human on the planet - We have intelligence, but we breed like rabbits, with no thought for the end result. It is not really a problem with education - we have enough information available to make informed decisions. The problem is that we need a worldwide cultural change that says "maybe it's not such a good idea to have all these kids." I know I am simplifying a really complex problem, but this is what I really believe it boils down to. Otherwise, we are on the brink of some really horrific suffering.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 02:12 PM
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If this guy was so smart & mysterious...why did he misspell "Pseudonym"???


Second line



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 02:49 PM
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I dont think spelling is the moral of the story. It's what is written on the stones, that is alarming



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 02:56 PM
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Also the kids will be doomed with high infation and left to pick up the debt. IT's really messed up. Eduaction on birth control is impotant; although no one seems to listen.

I think they should drop thousands of packs of birth control pills, with instuctions. I'm sure women in developing countries dont want to watch their babies starve to death.

You would think about the consequences of being intimate. There are several methods that work without the pills.



posted on Jul, 21 2009 @ 03:08 PM
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That's what I meant, the misspelling is etched into the stone (I'm referring to the picture of one of the stones in your OP). It's like reading a book, or newspaper article...how seriously could you expect to be taken if you can't spell everyday words correctly?
I mean, I hate to be the grammar-Nazi here...but it doesn't make a whole lot of sense. A man commissions this grand momento for future generations (in Sumerian cuneiform, no less) and can't spell his own alias? I can't be only one who sees the problem here...



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