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"Nazca Line" looking lines close to Georgia Guidestones, what are they?

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posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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While reading about the Georgia Guidestones and searching around the area a bit in Google Earth I found something which I was wondering if anyone might know what purpose of these lines/trails/roads might be.

One of the biggest question to me is who had the Guidestones built, I figured who ever it was probably lives close to the area and started snooping around.




On the above map, the yellow thumbtack is placed directly north of the Guidestones by me. The yellow lines you see on the map are generated by Google earth under Layers>More>US Government>Postal Code Boundaries. The area I am calling attention to is north west of the Guidestones that is outlined in yellow. Also seen from a further away view directly to the left of the yellow thumbtack inside area code 30634 or Dewy Rose, GA.




Zooming in further we can see inside the small zip code, there are 3 structures I circled in red, I also circled the Guidestones at the bottom of the picture.



Of the 3 top structures the bottom 2 appear to be homes and the northern one appears to be a barn or workshop of some sort. To the west of them is some forest that appears to have some sort of trails through going through it. Scroll photo to the right to see all of the area.



To be seen from this distance, these are not walking trails these were wore down by vehicles or earth moving equipment. The thing that most draws my attention are the lines that start and stop from nothing and are only touched by another trail somewhere in the middle of that line. Again, Scroll photo to the right to see all of the area.



I can't quite understand what purpose these lines serve. I was thinking maybe this area was a State Park but the closest park is Victoria Bryant State Park Underlined in blue on the map below.



The Red dot above the "a" in Bryant is where I place the area with the lines, although it could be closer. Below on the left circled in red is Victoria Bryant State Park and to the right the other area in blue, have to scroll pic to the right to see.



So the questions are what is the small zip code and why is it there? Who are the people that live there? What is the purpose of the trails in the forest and what are those lines that end and begin from no where. Here is a shot looking South East from the lines towards the Guidestones, you can see the yellow thumbtack at the top of the picture.



I have been unable to figure out what zipcode the area is or the addresses of the homes in it.




posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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hi, they're logging marks from dragging them up the hill.....that should be a 90 foot high one with the radial marks
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posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:02 AM
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What's the purpose of these lines?

Where I'm from they're used for transportation.

I think you are reading too much into the landscape.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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Elberton GA is like the stone capital of the South. These lines may be quarry sites where they get the stone. Just a thought.

A little off the Nasca Line subject:
I too was interested about the Georgia Guidestones and did a little research awhile back. I was curious to who paid the taxes. The Elberton County was given the 5 acre plot pretty much after it was finished being built. So the county now owns the property which is of course tax exempt. For this to be a legal transaction I would say that they really do know who this R.C. Christian dude is and for some reason are not disclosing it.

Mr. Christian went to Pyramid Construction and had them organize and build the Guidestones. They too probably have some kind of record on who the mysterious person really was. He spent a little over a million with them for the project so they have to know something about who he really was through the money transactions.

I don't know if those lines are relevant to the Guidestones but I won't totally dismiss it. I just thought he chose the site because it was close to where they got the stone from.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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I think the Guidestones are Masonic.

I don't say this to get a rise out of the Masons. This is just what I believe.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:26 AM
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It's rather wooded and those are some nice homes in that area. Looks like a private golf course.

What's the exact zip code? I could check if it's a disc golf course, but it might be a private one of those as well.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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These are not called "Nazca lines", these are called "roads" and maybe used for logging and transporting the trees away. The "race circuit" pattern has been there as far as GE reaches back, the small thingy with the four little roads extending to the south west was added in 2007.

There's a dairy farm to the west and a lot of small farms surrounding the area. My bucks are on tree logging or other types of agricultural use. The road to the south east is called Maple Springs road, maybe that's a hint.

Sorry no mystery here.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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I could not find the zip code for that area ...



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:32 AM
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Originally posted by Tazkven
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I could not find the zip code for that area ...


I see. Well, I think the other user above may have nailed it down. Those could be pecan trees or peach trees, or simply maples cut for timber. Without driving there and finding out, the best we can do is guess.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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If anyone likes to solve a little mystery .. and who doesn't .. follow Holmes Road to the north and check out the small farm that is on the corner to Parks Brown Road.

Can anyone tell me why they have like .. 200 cars parked on their property ? Is there a government bunker below ? lol



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Parts graveyard?



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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I have been to that area. It is a farming community. There is logging and a lot of other large farm machinery that roams that area.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:42 AM
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I know nothing about logging, was curious what it was as that whole area stood out to me, of course it could be nothing or could be something, of course there are trees gone, that much is obvious ... I always thought loggers took entire areas not ride into the middle of an area and start cutting out lines but I'm no logger as I said before ...



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Also curious how they got the logging trucks around the 90 degree corners without rounding out the road, unless they drug the trees to the main road or took out the timber on pickup trucks ...

Even dragging the timber would seem that once you hit the corners, they would be "rounded" not 90 degree sharp corners
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posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 11:59 AM
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My girl friend was talking about going to the Casinos in Cherokee for vacation, the thought crossed my mind to stop by there and see, lol. Course I did not tell her that


If you scan around that area with satellite view some of the homes around there are a little more than farm houses and well hidden but not from the air. The two houses with in that small zip code are pretty big.
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posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by disgustingfatbody
What's the purpose of these lines?
Where I'm from they're used for transportation.

Yeah. Dirt bikes. These look like dirt bike trails somebody has made along the paths where there used to be old logging roads or trails. Of course they're going to look like that.



posted on Jun, 4 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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My money after thirty odd years of logging contracting is on skid trails for pulling the trees out of the bush...look for a place or two where the lines may hit an open area, and i bet thats your "landings" where the trucks load....
there should be a better road out to somewhere in the mix........my 2 cts....
On looking back, there is a well used landing in the gib block....where the most bush is encompassed...the lines are the marks of the loader and skidding machines turning around over many days or even weeks....
The bigger lines leaving the area are the "haul roads"
If you can zoom further down without too much pixilation ou probaby can see where they parked (the trucks)to load and where they piled the trimmed logs to be loaded just by the pattern of the tracks....
Just looking makes me homesick for the bush.......
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posted on Jun, 5 2012 @ 04:34 AM
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I have no doubts some logging took place here, the thing that stood out to me most are the lines with no beginning or end, I guess there is a reason they did that but I have no idea and is why I asked. Also on the route out there are 2 90 degree turns, seems less then optimal for a semi truck hauling timber.

The only reason I called these "nazca line" is because that's what they reminded me of, I wasn't saying they were nazca lines, thats why I said "nazca line" looking lines. That small zip code area, what ever it is, intrigues me as well, why is such a small area have a different zip code with only two homes in it and why ? Maybe I should had named the topic as such ...



posted on Jun, 5 2012 @ 08:45 AM
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HMMMM, the other anomalies seem more out of place than the lines....
Two houses have their own postal code?
Cant make head nor tails of that.......something sinister maybe?



posted on Jun, 5 2012 @ 09:06 AM
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Yea, I actually meant for it all to be considered together but because of the way I titled the thread everyone concentrated on just the lines, which honestly did intrigue me but I am not a logger.

I have tried to get info on those homes, addresses, taxes paid, home value ... even the zip code of that small area but came up with nothing.





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