American Stonehenge: Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse

by Randall Sullivan, Wired Magazine,  April 20, 2009
Published here: Tuesday April 28, 2009 at 5:34 AM
The Georgia Guidestones
The Georgia Guidestones

The Georgia Guidestones may be the most enigmatic monument in the US: huge slabs of granite,
inscribed with directions for rebuilding civilization after the apocalypse. Only one man knows who
created them—and he’s not talking.
Photo: Dan Winters

The strangest monument in America looms over a barren knoll in northeastern Georgia. Five massive slabs of polished granite rise out of the earth in a star pattern. The rocks are each 16 feet tall, with four of them weighing more than 20 tons apiece. Together they support a 25,000-pound capstone. Approaching the edifice, it’s hard not to think immediately of England’s Stonehenge or possibly the ominous monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Built in 1980, these pale gray rocks are quietly awaiting the end of the world as we know it.

Called the Georgia Guidestones, the monument is a mystery—nobody knows exactly who commissioned it or why. The only clues to its origin are on a nearby plaque on the ground—which gives the dimensions and explains a series of intricate notches and holes that correspond to the movements of the sun and stars—and the “guides” themselves, directives carved into the rocks. These instructions appear in eight languages ranging from English to Swahili and reflect a peculiar New Age ideology. Some are vaguely eugenic (guide reproduction wisely—improving fitness and diversity); others prescribe standard-issue hippie mysticism (prize truth—beauty—love—seeking harmony with the infinite).

What’s most widely agreed upon—based on the evidence available—is that the Guidestones are meant to instruct the dazed survivors of some impending apocalypse as they attempt to reconstitute civilization. Not everyone is comfortable with this notion. A few days before I visited, the stones had been splattered with polyurethane and spray-painted with graffiti, including slogans like “Death to the new world order.” This defacement was the first serious act of vandalism in the Guidestones’ history, but it was hardly the first objection to their existence. In fact, for more than three decades this uncanny structure in the heart of the Bible Belt has been generating responses that range from enchantment to horror. Supporters (notable among them Yoko Ono) have praised the messages as a stirring call to rational thinking, akin to Thomas Paine’s The Age of Reason. Opponents have attacked them as the Ten Commandments of the Antichrist.

Whoever the anonymous architects of the Guidestones were, they knew what they were doing: The monument is a highly engineered structure that flawlessly tracks the sun. It also manages to engender endless fascination, thanks to a carefully orchestrated aura of mystery. And the stones have attracted plenty of devotees to defend against folks who would like them destroyed. Clearly, whoever had the monument placed here understood one thing very well: People prize what they don’t understand at least as much as what they do.

The story of the Georgia Guidestones began on a Friday afternoon in June 1979, when an elegant gray-haired gentleman showed up in Elbert County, made his way to the offices of Elberton Granite Finishing, and introduced himself as Robert C. Christian. He claimed to represent “a small group of loyal Americans” who had been planning the installation of an unusually large and complex stone monument. Christian had come to Elberton—the county seat and the granite capital of the world—because he believed its quarries produced the finest stone on the planet.

Joe Fendley, Elberton Granite’s president, nodded absently, distracted by the rush to complete his weekly payroll. But when Christian began to describe the monument he had in mind, Fendley stopped what he was doing. Not only was the man asking for stones larger than any that had been quarried in the county, he also wanted them cut, finished, and assembled into some kind of enormous astronomical instrument.

What in the world would it be for? Fendley asked. Christian explained that the structure he had in mind would serve as a compass, calendar, and clock. It would also need to be engraved with a set of guides written in eight of the world’s major languages. And it had to be capable of withstanding the most catastrophic events, so that the shattered remnants of humanity would be able to use those guides to reestablish a better civilization than the one that was about to destroy itself.

Georgia Guidestones 

Monumental Precision

Built to survive the apocalypse, the Georgia Guidestones are not merely instructions for the future—the massive granite slabs also function as a clock, calendar, and compass.

The monument sits at the highest point in Elbert County and is oriented to track the sun’s east-west migration year-round.   On an equinox or solstice, visitors who stand at the west side of the “mail slot” are positioned to see the sun rise on the horizon.   An eye-level hole drilled into the center support stone allows stargazers on the south side to locate Polaris, the North Star.   A 7/8-inch hole drilled through the capstone focuses a sunbeam on the center column and at noon pinpoints the day of the year.

Text: Erik Malinowski; illustration: Steve Sanford

Fendley is now deceased, but shortly after the Guidestones went up, an Atlanta television reporter asked what he was thinking when he first heard Christian’s plan. “I was thinking, ‘I got a nut in here now. How am I going get him out?'” Fendley said. He attempted to discourage the man by quoting him a price several times higher than for any project commissioned there before. The job would require special tools, heavy equipment, and paid consultants, Fendley explained. But Christian merely nodded and asked how long it would take. Fendley didn’t rightly know—six months, at least. He wouldn’t be able to even consider such an undertaking, he added, until he knew it could be paid for. When Christian asked whether there was a banker in town he considered trustworthy, Fendley saw his chance to unload the strange man and sent him to look for Wyatt Martin, president of the Granite City Bank.

The tall and courtly Martin—the only man in Elberton besides Fendley known to have met R. C. Christian face-to-face—is now 78. “Fendley called me and said, ‘A kook over here wants some kind of crazy monument,'” Martin says. “But when this fella showed up he was wearing a very nice, expensive suit, which made me take him a little more seriously. And he was well-spoken, obviously an educated person.” Martin was naturally taken aback when the man told him straight out that R. C. Christian was a pseudonym. He added that his group had been planning this secretly for 20 years and wanted to remain anonymous forever. “And when he told me what it was he and this group wanted to do, I just about fell over,” Martin says. “I told him, ‘I believe you’d be just as well off to take the money and throw it out in the street into the gutters.’ He just sort of looked at me and shook his head, like he felt kinda sorry for me, and said, ‘You don’t understand.'”

Martin led Christian down the street to the town square, where the city had commissioned a towering Bicentennial Memorial Fountain, which included a ring of 13 granite panels, each roughly 2 by 3 feet, signifying the original colonies. “I told him that was about the biggest project ever undertaken around here, and it was nothing compared to what he was talking about,” Martin says. “That didn’t seem to bother him at all.” Promising to return on Monday, the man went off to charter a plane and spend the weekend scouting locations from the air. “By then I half believed him,” Martin says.

When Christian came back to the bank Monday, Martin explained that he could not proceed unless he could verify the man’s true identity and “get some assurance you can pay for this thing.” Eventually, the two negotiated an agreement: Christian would reveal his real name on the condition that Martin promise to serve as his sole intermediary, sign a confidentiality agreement pledging never to disclose the information to another living soul, and agree to destroy all documents and records related to the project when it was finished. “He said he was going to send the money from different banks across the country,” Martin says, “because he wanted to make sure it couldn’t be traced. He made it clear that he was very serious about secrecy.”

Before leaving town, Christian met again with Fendley and presented the contractor with a shoe box containing a wooden model of the monument he wanted, plus 10 or so pages of detailed specifications. Fendley accepted the model and instructions but remained skeptical until Martin phoned the following Friday to say he had just received a $10,000 deposit. After that, Fendley stopped questioning and started working. “My daddy loved a challenge,” says Fendley’s daughter, Melissa Fendley Caruso, “and he said this was the most challenging project in the history of Elbert County.”

Construction of the Guidestones got under way later that summer. Fendley’s company lovingly documented the progress of the work in hundreds of photographs. Jackhammers were used to gouge 114 feet into the rock at Pyramid Quarry, searching for hunks of granite big enough to yield the final stones. Fendley and his crew held their breath when the first 28-ton slab was lifted to the surface, wondering if their derricks would buckle under the weight. A special burner (essentially a narrowly focused rocket motor used to cut and finish large blocks of granite) was trucked to Elberton to clean and size the stones, and a pair of master stonecutters was hired to smooth them.

Fendley and Martin helped Christian find a suitable site for the Guidestones in Elbert County: a flat-topped hill rising above the pastures of the Double 7 Farms, with vistas in all directions. For $5,000, owner Wayne Mullinex signed over a 5-acre plot. In addition to the payment, Christian granted lifetime cattle-grazing rights to Mullinex and his children, and Mullinex’s construction company got to lay the foundation for the Guidestones.

With the purchase of the land, the Guidestones’ future was set. Christian said good-bye to Fendley at the granite company office, adding, “You’ll never see me again.” Christian then turned and walked out the door—without so much as a handshake.

From then on, Christian communicated solely through Martin, writing a few weeks later to ask that ownership of the land and monument be transferred to Elbert County, which still holds it. Christian reasoned that civic pride would protect it over time. “All of Mr. Christian’s correspondence came from different cities around the country,” Martin says. “He never sent anything from the same place twice.”

The astrological specifications for the Guidestones were so complex that Fendley had to retain the services of an astronomer from the University of Georgia to help implement the design. The four outer stones were to be oriented based on the limits of the sun’s yearly migration. The center column needed two precisely calibrated features: a hole through which the North Star would be visible at all times, and a slot that was to align with the position of the rising sun during the solstices and equinoxes. The principal component of the capstone was a 7\8-inch aperture through which a beam of sunlight would pass at noon each day, shining on the center stone to indicate the day of the year.

The main feature of the monument, though, would be the 10 dictates carved into both faces of the outer stones, in eight languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, and Swahili. A mission statement of sorts (let these be guidestones to an age of reason) was also to be engraved on the sides of the capstone in Egyptian hieroglyphics, classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Babylonian cuneiform. The United Nations provided some of the translations (including those for the dead languages), which were stenciled onto the stones and etched with a sandblaster.

By early 1980, a bulldozer was scraping the Double 7 hilltop to bedrock, where five granite slabs serving as a foundation were laid out in a paddle-wheel design. A 100-foot-tall crane was used to lift the stones into place. Each of the outer rocks was 16 feet 4 inches high, 6 feet 6 inches wide, and 1 foot 7 inches thick. The center column was the same (except only half the width), and the capstone measured 9 feet 8 inches long, 6 feet 6 inches wide, and 1 foot 7 inches thick. Including the foundation stones, the monument’s total weight was almost 240,000 pounds. Covered with sheets of black plastic in preparation for an unveiling on the vernal equinox, the Guidestones towered over the cattle that continued to graze beneath it at the approach of winter’s end.

The monument ignited controversy before it was even finished. The first rumor began among members of the Elberton Granite Association, jealous of the attention being showered on one of their own: Fendley was behind the whole thing, they said, aided by his friend Martin, the banker. The gossip became so poisonous that the two men agreed to take a lie detector test at the Elberton Civic Center. The scandal withered when The Elberton Star reported that they had both passed convincingly, but the publicity brought a new wave of complaints. As word of what was being inscribed spread, Martin recalls, even people he considered friends asked him why he was doing the devil’s work. A local minister, James Travenstead, predicted that “occult groups” would flock to the Guidestones, warning that “someday a sacrifice will take place here.” Those inclined to agree were hardly discouraged by Charlie Clamp, the sandblaster charged with carving each of the 4,000-plus characters on the stones: During the hundreds of hours he spent etching the guides, Clamp said, he had been constantly distracted by “strange music and disjointed voices.”

The unveiling on March 22, 1980, was a community celebration. Congressmember Doug Barnard, whose district contained Elberton, addressed a crowd of 400 that flowed down the hillside and included television news crews from Atlanta. Soon Joe Fendley was the most famous Elbertonian since Daniel Tucker, the 18th-century minister memorialized in the folk song “Old Dan Tucker.” Bounded by the Savannah and Broad rivers but miles from the nearest interstate—”as rural as rural can be,” in the words of current Star publisher Gary Jones—Elberton was suddenly a tourist destination, with visitors from all over the world showing up to see the Guidestones. “We’d have people from Japan and China and India and everywhere wanting to go up and see the monument,” Martin says. And Fendley’s boast that he had “put Elberton on the map” was affirmed literally in spring 2005, when National Geographic Traveler listed the Guidestones as a feature in its Geotourism MapGuide to Appalachia.

But many who read what was written on the stones were unsettled. Guide number one was, of course, the real stopper: maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature. There were already 4.5 billion people on the planet, meaning eight out of nine had to go (today it would be closer to 12 out of 13). This instruction was echoed and expanded by tenet number two: guide reproduction wisely—improving fitness and diversity. It didn’t take a great deal of imagination to draw an analogy to the practices of, among others, the Nazis. Guide number three instructed readers to unite humanity with a living new language. This sent a shiver up the spine of local ministers who knew that the Book of Revelations warned of a common tongue and a one-world government as the accomplishments of the Antichrist. Guide number four—rule passion—faith—tradition—and all things with tempered reason—was similarly threatening to Christians committed to the primacy of faith over all. The last six guides were homiletic by comparison. protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts. let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court. avoid petty laws and useless officials. balance personal rights with social duties. prize truth—beauty—love—seeking harmony with the infinite. be not a cancer on the earth—leave room for nature—leave room for nature.

Even as locals debated the relative merits of these commandments, the dire predictions of Travenstead seemed to be coming true. Within a few months, a coven of witches from Atlanta adopted the Guidestones as their home away from home, making weekend pilgrimages to Elberton to stage various pagan rites (“dancing and chanting and all that kind of thing,” Martin says) and at least one warlock-witch marriage ceremony. No humans were sacrificed on the altar of the stones, but there are rumors that several chickens were beheaded. A 1981 article in the monthly magazine UFO Report cited Naunie Batchelder (identified in the story as “a noted Atlanta psychic”) as predicting that the true purpose of the guides would be revealed “within the next 30 years.” Viewed from directly overhead, the Guidestones formed an X, the piece in UFO Report observed, making for a perfect landing site.

Visitors kept coming, but after several failed investigations into the identity of R. C. Christian, the media lost interest. Curiosity flared again briefly in 1993, when Yoko Ono contributed a track called “Georgia Stone” to a tribute album for avant-garde composer John Cage, with Ono chanting the 10th and final guide nearly verbatim: “Be not a cancer on Earth—leave room for nature—leave room for nature.” A decade later, however, when comedienne Roseanne Barr tried to work a bit on the Guidestones into her comeback tour, nobody seemed to care.

Christian kept in touch with Martin, writing the banker so regularly that they became pen pals. Occasionally, Christian would call from a pay phone at the Atlanta airport to say he was in the area, and the two would rendezvous for dinner in the college town of Athens, a 40-mile drive west of Elberton. By this time, Martin no longer questioned Christian’s secrecy. The older man had successfully deflected Martin’s curiosity when the two first met, by quoting Henry James’ observations of Stonehenge: “You may put a hundred questions to these rough-hewn giants as they bend in grim contemplation of their fallen companions, but your curiosity falls dead in the vast sunny stillness that enshrouds them.” Christian “never would tell me a thing about this group he belonged to,” Martin says. The banker received his last letter from Christian right around the time of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and assumes the man—who would have been in his mid-eighties—has since passed away.

The mysterious story of R. C. Christian and the absence of information about the true meaning of the Guidestones was bound to become an irresistible draw for conspiracy theorists and “investigators” of all kinds. Not surprisingly, three decades later there is no shortage of observers rushing to fill the void with all sorts of explanations.

Among them is an activist named Mark Dice, author of a book called The Resistance Manifesto. In 2005, Dice (who was using a pseudonym of his own—”John Conner”—appropriated from the Terminator franchise’s main character) began to demand that the Guidestones be “smashed into a million pieces.” He claims that the monument has “a deep Satanic origin,” a stance that has earned him plenty of coverage, both in print and on the Web. According to Dice, Christian was a high-ranking member of “a Luciferian secret society” at the forefront of the New World Order. “The elite are planning to develop successful life-extension technology in the next few decades that will nearly stop the aging process,” Dice says, “and they fear that with the current population of Earth so high, the masses will be using resources that the elite want for themselves. The Guidestones are the New World Order’s Ten Commandments. They’re also a way for the elite to get a laugh at the expense of the uninformed masses, as their agenda stands as clear as day and the zombies don’t even notice it.”

Ironically, Dice’s message has mainly produced greater publicity for the Guidestones. This, in turn, has brought fresh visitors to the monument and made Elbert County officials even less inclined to remove the area’s only major tourist attraction.

Phyllis Brooks, who runs the Elbert County Chamber of Commerce, pronounced herself aghast last November when the Guidestones were attacked by vandals for the first time ever. While Dice denies any involvement in the assault, he seems to have inspired it: Spray-painted on the stones were messages like “Jesus will beat u satanist” and “No one world government.” Other defacements asserted that the Council on Foreign Relations is “ran by the devil,” that the 9/11 attacks were an inside job, and that President Obama is a Muslim. The vandals also splashed the Guidestones with polyurethane, which is much more difficult to remove than paint. Despite the graffiti’s alignment with his views, Dice says he disapproves of the acts. “A lot of people were glad such a thing happened and saw it as standing up against the New World Order,” Dice says, “while others who are unhappy with the stones saw the actions as counterproductive and inappropriate.”

Martin winces every time he hears Dice’s “Luciferian secret society” take on the Guidestones. But while he disagrees, he also admits that he doesn’t know for sure. “All I can tell you is that Mr. Christian always seemed a very decent and sincere fella to me.”

Dice, of course, is far from the only person with a theory about the Guidestones. Jay Weidner, a former Seattle radio commentator turned erudite conspiracy hunter, has heavily invested time and energy into one of the most popular hypotheses. He argues that Christian and his associates were Rosicrucians, followers of the Order of the Rosy Cross, a secret society of mystics that originated in late medieval Germany and claim understanding of esoteric truths about nature, the universe, and the spiritual realm that have been concealed from ordinary people. Weidner considers the name R. C. Christian an homage to the legendary 14th-century founder of the Rosicrucians, a man first identified as Frater C.R.C. and later as Christian Rosenkreuz. Secrecy, Weidner notes, has been a hallmark of the Rosicrucians, a group that announced itself to the world in the early 17th century with a pair of anonymous manifestos that created a huge stir across Europe, despite the fact that no one was ever able to identify a single member. While the guides on the Georgia stones fly in the face of orthodox Christian eschatology, they conform quite well to the tenets of Rosicrucianism, which stress reason and endorse a harmonic relationship with nature.

Weidner also has a theory about the purpose of the Guidestones. An authority on the hermetic and alchemical traditions that spawned the Rosicrucians, he believes that for generations the group has been passing down knowledge of a solar cycle that climaxes every 13,000 years. During this culmination, outsize coronal mass ejections are supposed to devastate Earth. Meanwhile, the shadowy organization behind the Guidestones is now orchestrating a “planetary chaos,” Weidner believes, that began with the recent collapse of the US financial system and will result eventually in major disruptions of oil and food supplies, mass riots, and ethnic wars worldwide, all leading up to the Big Event on December 21, 2012. “They want to get the population down,” Weidner says, “and this is what they think will do it. The Guidestones are there to instruct the survivors.”

On hearing Weidner’s ideas, Martin shakes his head and says it’s “the sort of thing that makes me want to tell people everything I know.” Martin has long since retired from banking and no longer lives in Elberton, yet he’s still the Guidestones’ official—and only—secret-keeper. “But I can’t tell,” the old man quickly adds. “I made a promise.” Martin also made a promise to destroy all the records of his dealings with Christian, though he hasn’t kept that one—at least not yet. In the back of his garage is a large plastic bin (actually, the hard-sided case of an IBM computer he bought back in 1983) stuffed with every document connected to the Guidestones that ever came into his possession, including the letters from Christian.

For years Martin thought he might write a book, but now he knows he probably won’t. What he also won’t do is allow me to look through the papers. When I ask whether he’s prepared to take what he knows to his grave, Martin replies that Christian would want him to do just that: “All along, he said that who he was and where he came from had to be kept a secret. He said mysteries work that way. If you want to keep people interested, you can let them know only so much.” The rest is enshrouded in the vast sunny stillness.

Randall Sullivan ( wrote about the electric-vehicle company ZAP in issue 16.04.

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30 thoughts on “American Stonehenge: Monumental Instructions for the Post-Apocalypse

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  2. Judy

    what these people don’t realize is those are the very laws that INCREASED the global population. so basically if you want to recreated the same HELL as we are experiencing now, follow those very laws. Don’t pay attention to petty laws lol those are the very small laws that don’t protect nature. While looking for all that pleasures you – you increase a global population. yup if you want to distroy a planet – follow these rules and you’ll do it all over again. it appears like they want to solve the aging problem, that is a very easy one to solve and these laws will prevent that from ever happening. it cam’t be done through technology, aging is all in the mind and how much good you to onto the world. you destroy the world YOU AGE, show love and you stop the aging process. stress ages, no stress keeps you young. these people with all their money don’t really know all that much. They know what they know, but still confused about everything they don’t know. I have found the proof, but they will kill me so the secret will be well hidden after they destroy the entire planet lol

    1. IAmLonefrog

      Hey Judy,

      Did you ever consider what needs to be accomplished before these rules take effect?


      Your whole statement relies soley on the fact of how YOU define pleasure.

      I’m gonna haveta to go with Ike on this one, your vibratory nature dictates the reality you create for yourself. Currently, the probable diagnosis for you would be cognitive dissonance. An uncomfortable feeling caused by holding two contradictory ideas simultaneously. Pleasure/Destruction. Watch him try to get this point across to the godfather of concpiracies (Maxwell). Even with all his knowledge gained while “seeking the truth” the thought never occured to him to avoid succumbing to the negative nature of the game. It becomes clear that he grasps the concept by comparing Ike’s vibration theory to the jewish mystic version of the gollum. A common thread exprienced, even if it was only for a second.

      Yup, the whole guidestone aspect seems to be centered around the construct of a reduced population. Which in my opinion, would be far easier to CONTROL.

      1. Judy

        not sure what your point is, if you agree or disagree. you refer to David Icke which I happen to agree with everything he says except for the reality he hasn’t realized the entire big picture yet. he has the words but can’t comprehend what it means yet. the biggest key is “infinite love”. we turn into everything we hate. David definitely has hate in his heart, he hates those who wrote these kind of laws. these people that wrote these laws are lost, have no clue, don’t see the bigger picture yet – so you can easily forgive them for they know not what they are doing – although they are killing us unless we see that bigger picture. we will either repeat this same pattern or we can evolve – to evolve is to understand this concept of “infinite love”. you don’t age if you understand it, you can’t get ill if you understand this but we are a oneness – we have to all see that same big picture.

        1. IAmLonefrog

          These laws you refer to will not create a pleasure principal that will ultimately destroy the planet. To know no hate is to be innocent. Once that threshold is crossed there is no going back and all you can aspire for is forgiveness, but the fact remains the same… are still aware of hate.

          I also think that they know exactly what they are doing, simply put, it’s their job. Which in my eyes is easier to forgive them for than simply being oblivious to the fact. “They” create negativity, and “we” are to avoid it.

          How’s this for a metaphor concerning your “we all have to see the big picture” theory.

          This is a story about a siege.

          We are all familiar with the concept, but some of the most memorable siege stories come from medieval times. All those involved in protecting the castle understand the “big picture”. Repel the opposition.

          If not, their way of life becomes significantly altered.

          Even though the archer’s method of repelling the attack is different from the guy who pours the boiling oil or even the knight on horseback, they are all seeing the big picture.

          So, if you have the proof to reveal “the secret”, then DO IT. So we may all see the big picture. If not, get ready for an arrow in your ass, oil on your head and excalibur in your ear.

          Please believe me, I say this with nothing but infinite love in my heart.

        2. carolks

          Frog, You topped yourself again!!

          I sure look forward to your replys!!!!!!

          Sorry Judy, HE IS THE MAN OF HUMOR!! Almost of the excaliber of George Carlin!!!

        3. Judy

          reply to the frog:

          if we look at it from the perspective that they do know what they are doing “here’s the deal” because in a way I do think they know exactly what they are doing.

          Evil is a push to motivate one into a choice, do what is right or do what is wrong. Evil is testing constantly, will you choose the easy way or will you do it the hard way. So in a way evil is not as bad as we think as it’s our push to do well do better.

          what happens when you are faced with pure evil? look at abused victims – they have been known to come out of their body, form multiple personalities – which is actually time travel – other personalites from a diffifernt time and place enter the body and protect. it’s some what insane to do any form of time traveling because the goal is to find your own stength, be your own hero but it’s impossible to do so with limited information so another takes over. but it’s shown us of our capabilities, shows us more clearly that there is only HERE AND NOW.

          Evil appears to be pushing us past our current capabilities, it pushes us to know more about ourselves and what we are made of.

          if they know exactly what they are doing, these signs are posted only to piss people off, get people angry so we do something – go against the evil group who posted it there for everyone to see.

          if they know exactly waht they are doing then it’s designed so we post messages like I’m posting now to show how wrong this mentality really is. every one of these laws will only repeat the same pattern over and over – evil wants you to see that pattern push yourself to see the bigger picture so you can in fact see the pattern.

          They are aging, they are dying – why? Why are they looking for life through science, through technology? it’s not science that will keep you young. it’s a way of life, it’s a mind set, it’s how you think and live your life – stuff can’t do that to you. I started aging once evil had more power over me, once I could no longer fight them because they do in fact control the air that I breath, the ground I walk on, the people I am in contact with. They manipulate how others THINK, how others REACT, how others BELIEVE – they control all media, they control all messages that brain wash us into believing or more to the point distract us. Unless I have the power to change the entire world, I can’t fight this no matter how peaceful, how loving, how “hateless” I live my life. We are social beings, we depend on each other, we need each other and if they are controlling all that they give no power to those who are willing to live right.

          I did not age, until I lost faith in humanity. i did not get sick, never had a cold, flu for more then 10 years dispite so many wanting to prove otherwise – why? I’ve had impossible things just appear out of no where, things people would think are impossible to appear yet they just appeared – how?

          I do not think they know what they are doing because they can accomplish the same job, they can motivate others to do better in a different way – they control what and how we think – why not introduce a better way if they actually know it? They don’t, they are aging, they are dying, they are getting sick why – because they don’t get it yet. They need an entire planet to have a completely different mind set if they ever want to expand their own life time.

          There needs to always be an awareness of hate so you know you are on the right track – it’s like a road map. the second you go off your own personal track you feel hate, you turn into hate, hate has more power then love. love is something you want to feel, yet it does not keep you on the right track – why? hate has great focus, it grabs you, it controls you, it’s a hard trap to get out of. hate is lack of love and nothing more.

          these guys are clearly lacking love, they are desperate for it and can’t get it the way they are going. They do have my unconditional love because i understand they dont’ know what they are doing. but it’s time they learn better and do better and at least be accepting of love in order to feel exactly what they want to feel.

          they don’t get it yet – gotta love them because they are lacking so much of it – they do not know what they are doing yet.

          much love

        4. IAmLonefrog

          When I became aware of the nature of hate I began to scrutinize the lessons of the great teachers. They had messages of love indeed, along with pearls that were not meant to be cast before swine type of thing.

          For instance….

          “He who claims to love the invisible God but has no love for his visible fellow man is lost indeed”.
          – Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj

          Here is what I see when I expand my awareness.


          A person belonging to the same rank or class; equal; peer: a companion; comrade; associate.

          Trust me, these people designed to carry out this sick, evil agenda do not consider me to be one of their “fellows”. Nor do I them for that matter.

          You could say we are cut from a different cloth.

          In consequence of that, I trust myself well enough to love my fellow man, and be aware of the rest. I have developed compassion for my comrades who have been used by the system (and are forever scarred) but I am not their savior. That is up to them and them alone.

          This might fit in nicely right here;

          “All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for”. – Oraibi, Arizona Hopi Nation

          Loving IS NOT mixing. So love your fellow man and hiss at the rest, for it is tough love that they require.

        5. Judy

          yes Frog they are in need of tough love. but those who claim to be on the good side can’t continue to support their insane thinking – after all they are just mentally ill and don’t know what they are doing. They want to live forever yet everything they do will kill themm lol. Evil can be outlived lol

          as for the stones, I’d put in a new law, anyone who has more money then the majority must be locked up in a mental hospital or they multiply and cause over population through their marketing – sex sells mentality. Just a thought lol

        6. Judy

          love – hate very inveresting concept…..
          you can’t have one without the other, another interesting concept……

          if you look at our universe from the bigger picture everything appears to be spinning – why? It’s almost like the universe is spinning it’s wheels.

          if hate was the driving force to do good, hate is the engine that forces the spinning motion. On a quantum level everything is exactly the same as what is in the biggness of the world. at the smallest level we have spinning pieces of information that drives and controls our thoughts. memories within our subconscious mind keep spinning over and over like tape recorders. That is what depression is – the same thought, the same bad memory being replayed over and over like a train you can’t get off. you can get off that train once you see a different perspective, give yourself a different story, give yourself the solution. Actually any illness, anyy desease acts in the same way. You form a belief, that belief forms a habit and that habit creates everything that kills us.

          The Myan calender suggests the end of time. could it be that the driving forces of hate and love, good and evil end? Could it be that the distance between knowing good and evil, hate and love are nothing more then the time it takes to know the difference? We all appear to want something and we all appear not to be able to attract it. We attract the experiences that come from inside us. if you hate you attract the experiences that keep you hating. we appear to want to know more about love, to have loving experiences – we are headed towards something – do you think we will get there? everything appears to take time to attract, but could it really be true?

          IF attraction happens instantly RIGHT NOW, RIGHT NOW, RIGHT NOW – and IF you took responsibiliy and looked at yourself and admited “ok maybe what i am attracting is happening instantly because of what is inside me”, maybe you notice you have to shift what is inside you to attract exactly what you really want, if in fact you really want it. if we knew that, if we really understood how to attract exactly what we wanted, if we really took responsibility and shifted our beliefs, feelings, chemicals that it takes to attract exactly what we wanted at all times – time would end. time is only the distance betweeen getting what you want and knowing how to get it. time is the distance between gaining all the information to know how to get exactly what you want. things do happen instantly, we just don’t see it’s ourselves that are preventing it from happening.

          We want healthy care – I’m watching an insane planet wanting to take a pill for every illness you suffer from. that is like saying “I want to keep doing everyting I know that is wrong for me so just give me a pill so I can keep on doing it”. Illness is your sign that you are doing something wrong. Pain is a signal telling you “something is wrong”. Pain killers prevents you from paying attention to the negative thoughts, patterns that are preventing you from living a healthy life. Illness is the same thing, it’s your signal that you are doing something wrong for your life mission. don’t take a pill, shift your thoughts, shift your beliefs, shift your patterns and you heal your own personal health experiences. Every illness can be cured with this concept and it’s been proven for more then 30 years. but humanity can’t see that because we truly want to be doing everything wrong and some how think we can get away with it lol. You can’t get away with it – you die, you age and some rich guy is getting richer off you not knowing that little reality by selling his pills or treatments.

          good and evil is only the distance between knowing something and not knowing something. it can only exist if you want to keep spinning your wheels and live in this dimension of time. Evolution happens the second you recognize your kind of insane to be doing the same thing over and over expecting a different outcome. in the next evolution of humanity – there is no time – we know what we are doing and attract what we want to attract because we take charge of our DNA instead of letting it ride on cruise control. DNA is only your programming, the story you tell over and over – change your story.

          just a thought

        7. Judy

          it’s a oneness, ya can’t transform until everyone else goes along for the ride. The world is not all that round, when the world recognizes it’s only round because of our belief “systems” then we can’t transform. But it appears that won’t happen until we are ready to let go of this reality – the majority is hanging on to our STUFF. We are stuck in the dimension of “time”, when that dimension “ends” then we are ready. Everything you know to be true is only true because of your “belief systemms”. The world is only round because you “beleive” it’s round. You die only because your “belief systems” tells you the body dies”, lets face it you’ve had millions of years convincing you that is true – everyone dies so you must die as well. Hell religion is designed to convince you – you die lol “your saved if you BELIEVE some guy died on a cross. Saved from what? you can only get eternal LIFE after you die – key word LIFE. how can you get eternal life from death – huge contradiction there but nobody can see that.

          Some things are a little to wild for anyone to comprehend, it’s like explain what a boat looks like while you have no comprehension of what a boat is. Most people would rather fight about it then understand it – and I have no interest in fighting or arguing. Anyone is free to believe what they want to BELEIVE but the key word is BELIEVE.

        8. Larnhr

          I don’t disagree with most of your post.

          Everyone does have their own beliefs and if someone is suppose to know certain things….that they don’t currently know….that knowledge will find them eventually.

        9. Judy

          only when you are pushed off that cliff, only once your belief systems crash will you see the bigger picture. so in one way I think those that BE might know what they are doing – forcing humanity to recognize what they believe to be true. on the other hand this lesson can be taught in a much HUMAN way, nobody needed to die to learn TRUTH. But you have to fight against religions – religion is forcing people to believe you are saved only through death. religion is very strong at saying “we are sinners” it’s our nature. so while they SAY to sin is to be human – who is the evil forces? those in sheeps clothing? how can you be saved through death if the goal is to strive for eternal life? should the idea of being saved means you live?

          here is one interesting concept – one that everyone is scared to face. but “information theory” suggests you can talk to God and he will respond if you do it in the right mannor. if this were true you can equal talk to evil – what does evil really want? nobody has the courage to face evil in the eyes, nobody is brave enough to face the bear. but if you do, if you do have that conversation with evil – that conversation is pretty darn interesting. evil wants peace more then good appears to want peace. Evil is pissed off as hell and wants change. evil is our driving forces that makes us choose the right thing. evil doesn’t want you to fall for his deceptions, he wants you to go against him so he can get what he wants which is peace. Evil feeds off our willingness ot follow him. Evil doesn’t want to exist, evil wants peace and he finds that peace once he is no longer needed. interesting concept – hard to wrap your brain around. but look at your own evilness, we all have an aspect of good and bad within us. when your own evilness comes out, what does it really want? when you are angry – you display evilness and do harm to others without knowing – but what is it you really want – peace, to be heard? When evil wants to deceive others, when you tell a lie to another, when you BRAND people to buy your product, what is it you want? you want peace found through the wealth that you attain. you have to see evil within yourself first to see what evil truly wants. if you can see yourselve while unfolding your own evilness – what is it you really want?

  3. Illuminator13

    Some vile cretins keep vandalizing this important monument. Silly sheeple, I bet they won’t survive the cull.

  4. yoshiwahn

    Start getting your game plan together now…maybe if you do, you can be one of the survivors left to read the frikkin monument…or not.

  5. DCLD

    All that planning. All that expense. All that detail. All those precise instructions. All the reporting…
    …and nobody mentions an apparent typographical error.
    How could such an error creep in?
    Think about it.

    1. Cram

      There is a “logo” engraved somewhere on the stone in a circle you find 3 letters EGA. After a 5 min research I found that it means Elberton Granit Association. This logo is a certification (like the UL certification as exemple)

      here is what that certification is about:

      Standards of Quality

      To receive the E.G.A. written guarantee of quality, each certified memorial must meet specific standards related to materials, workmanship and design.

      Material –
      Fabricated from top-grade granite as determined by established industry standards.
      Workmanship –
      Performed to meet rigorous inspection of specified dimensions, finishing of all surfaces, and quality of carving and lettering.
      Design –
      Completed in well-proportioned symmetry.

      The Elberton Granite Association Guarantee is available on any memorial manufactured by a Member-Firm. The guarantee offers to correct or replace, free of charge, any certified memorial or a defective part of a certified memorial if the defects are due to material or workmanship of the granite. The E.G.A. Certified Memorial Program has been in place since 1964.

      In my mind there is no doubt, its not a mistake it is certified. They (EGA) did the stone exactly as they were told.

  6. Well lonefrog, For so long I have wanted to explore this topic. Now it has surfaced. Who would have guessed, Wes brought it to the forefront. Something tells me we are all walking this phase arm in arm, and the pieces are starting to fit. YES!

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