Do Americans Know About the Georgia Guidestones? There Was An Explosion There Today….
The Georgia Guidestones.
They are right there in plain view for anyone to see. They are right there in plain view for anyone to read and connect to realities that continue to develop in our country and our world.
They sit right there along Highway 77 in Elbert County. They are enormous. And they, in a multitude of languages, have a sort of “Ten Commandments” engraved in them:
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.
Feel free to clear your glasses and read some of those again.
Obviously, if you know anything about things like Bill Gates, George Soros, Anthony Fauci, “vaccines,” media propaganda, lockdowns, mandates, and just general tyrannical oppression Americans have experienced first hand over the last two years, this could make you stop and think. And what’s more, if you have never heard of the Guidestones until today, it should be just one more indication of what secrets are out there hiding in plain view while truth-tellers who simply speak that truth are dubbed conspiracy theorists.
That is why today’s explosion (silent, creepy footage) may be so important–it may finally draw attention to one of the most obvious symbols of what elite globalists intend to do in the New World Order, if indeed it comes to pass. Back in 2008, the Guidestones were vandalized with messages such as “Death to the New World Order” and “Jesus Will Beat U Satanist.”
Earlier this year, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Dr. Kandiss Taylor called for the removal of the monument, claiming it is Satanic.
Kandiss Taylor, a Republican candidate for governor in Georgia, released a campaign ad on Monday claiming that a Satanic “New World Order” has taken over the world.
Taylor’s ad was released along with a tweet touting her candidacy to “stand up to the Luciferian Cabal” and “bring the Satanic Regime to its knees.” Taylor’s ad attacked both COVID-19 vaccines and abortion rights, claiming both are part of a vast conspiracy of “human sacrifice” for “demonic worship.”
In the ad, Taylor also called for the destruction of the Georgia Guidestones, a series of stone slabs that were erected in Nuberg, Georgia, in 1980. The stones, which call for an undefined “Age of Reason,” have been repeatedly attacked by conspiracy theorists in the past. In 2008, the right-wing conspiracy theorist and talk show host Alex Jones referred to the monument as “a cold testament to the elites’ sacred mission.”
The ad concludes with Taylor describing herself as fighting in “a war between good and evil.”
Millions of Americans know that this stuff isn’t conspiracy theory, not in the least. At some point, millions more will be forced to admit that there can be only so many coincidences before a mere conspiracy becomes mathematically impossible.
Just look at the dots. Everything connects.
In the event you are looking for even more juicy facts, ones that perhaps will strike a conspiracy theorist cord inside you, check out this site, which includes information such as the meaningless, coincidental fact that the exact distance between the Guidestones and the UN in New York is 666 miles.
They have to hide in plain view. It’s the rules.
But truly, you don’t have to go all in with the juicy extras to see that something is terribly off about something like these Guidestones existing out there for over 40 years and their “commandments” seeming to eerily link to modern day events. Never ever let your doubt in the “extras” curtail you from following your instincts with things like this. I just leave that site linked here for fun.
Regardless of how far you choose to dig, the truth is that spiritual forces are at war with one another. Indeed, Dr. Taylor, this is a battle between good and evil, and perhaps the explosion in Georgia today is just a little signal from someone or something good indicating that the war is indeed being taken to these globalist maniacs. I and millions of others have been on the side of optimism for quite some time now, despite what evils are hovering among us, and the hopeful side of me sees no reason to believe otherwise now.