№ 27. The grossly misunderstood Georgia Guidestones

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PAGE STATUS: In the middle of a massive rewrite. The Georgia Guidestones have as much depth as the Tomorrowland movie. There is clear evidence that both were meticulously planned over many decades. However, in the case of the Georgia Guidestones monument, planning may date back as far as 400 years to the time of William Shakespeake. There are some critical subjects I have not even begun to study more or less write, such as why the main character in the deception, R.C. Christian, is pointing to the Rosicrucians at the time of the Civil War. Here alone is a huge story that apparently involves President Abraham Lincoln.
LAST UPDATE: November 17, 2020

READER BEWARE: The casual reader will be perplexed by the level of detail on this page. Page № 13. Tomorrowland suffers from the same problem. These two pages are critical to understanding An Apocalyptic Synthesis because they bring all of the subject matter into the here and now. This level of detail is necessary for individuals who understand the seriousness of this work.

Important Notice

My work on the Georgia Guidestones monument is gradually being integrated into the whole of the An Apocalyptic Synthesis website.

All of these links must be followed to thoroughly study the subject.

I want to introduce this page with what I consider to be a rather unique and important video discovered on the History page of the Solomon’s Lodge No. 1 F. & A. M. website at www.solomonslodge.com (accessed October 21, 2020), which apparently was abandoned in 2016. The runtime is 1:09 but the screen is black for the first second of the video. The last time I did something like this with the Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 website, the website began changing after a week or so even though it too had been unchanged since 2016. I was able to download some very cryptic images before they disappeared forever, but I did not save a copy of the website as I originally saw it, which is something I regret to this very day. This time for the sake of historical preservation, the first thing I did was to make a video of all three Solomon’s Lodge No. 1 F. & A. M. websites on the Internet as of this writing. It is posted below.

Solomon’s Lodge on the thebuilder1733 YouTube Channel (posted February 18, 2010)

JAM on the cube and “I am” in William Shakespeare’s First Folio. 106 as the address of Pythagoras Lodge No. 41. The evidence is mounting that the Georgia Guidestones monument was 400 years in the making. Try as I may not to make this website about me, discovering the crowning achievement of Sir Francis Bacon and a group of men unsurpassed throughout all of history in intellectual prowess and vision, methinks is enough to face death unflinchingly. I have found a truth so grand and noble that I am in awe of the Rosicrucians and Freemasons who dedicated themselves to making this possible. That the people speak disparagingly of it and cover it with the graffiti reminds me of what they did to the Nazarene. They have not changed. I cannot write fast enough to record all I know of this monument. But the reader may be sure I will not rest until this work is done. Explaining this monument and the Tomorrowland movie to the handful of people willing to listen is my destiny if this life.  

A “Solemn Temple” if ever there was one.

The Georgia Guidestones were unveiled on March 22, 1980, 33 years before the correct end date of the Maya Long Count on December 16, 2013. This is the same year filming of the Tomorrowland movie began and the CIA declassified The Adam and Eve Story. After years of study, I can assure you they are what they appear to be, which is a warning of an impending planetary catastrophe on an unimaginable scale. The Georgia Guidestones are telling us that we are in fact living in the end time.

This page is dedicated to
Sunn Fornuft Fornyet
(Yet another exotic pseudonym for a contributor who wishes to remain anonymous.
without whose help this page would lack critically important information)

CURRENT PAGE REWRITE EFFORT STARTS HERE.

951 Cubic Feet and the Elberton Granite Association


The date is October 20, 2020 and what I am about to share with you I learned only moments ago. I am placing it at the top of this page for one simple reason. No one else on the planet has studied this monument as intensely as I. No one. So if years later I am only now learning this, I must ask you to trust me when I say you need to read this page in the order in which the sections are presented. The Georgia Guidestones are immeasurably more important than most people realize. At this particular moment, I do not think it is possible to wax poetic, the words I speak come effortlessly to mind. I say this as one of the masses. The men who erected this monument have faithfully followed in the footsteps Sir Francis Bacon, morally, intellectually, and courageously. At times, this being one of them, when the full scope of this work washes over me I fight back tears. You may not know it, but you owe a great debt to these men.

The monument includes what is usually referred to as the “Explanatory tablet” which is set into the ground and includes the following “PHYSICAL DATA”.

Except for any red highlighting, the formatting and punctuation are EXACTLY the same as on the monument. 

PHYSICAL DATA

  1. OVERALL HEIGHT – 19 FEET, 3 INCHES.
  2. TOTAL WEIGHT – 237,746 POUNDS.
  3. FOUR MAJOR STONES ARE 16-FEET,
    FOUR INCHES HIGH, EACH WEIGHING
    AN AVERAGE OF 42,437 POUNDS.
  4. CENTER STONE IS 16-FEET, FOUR-
    INCHES HIGH, WEIGHS 20,957
    POUNDS.
  5. CAPSTONE IS 9-FEET, 8-INCHES
    LONG, 6-FEET, 6-INCHES WIDE,
    1-FOOT, 7-INCHES THICK. WEIGHS
    24,832 POUNDS.
  6. SUPPORT STONES (BASES) 7-FEET,
    4-INCHES LONG 2-FEET WIDE.
    1-FOOT, 4-INCHES THICK, EACH
    WEIGHING AN AVERAGE OF 4,875
    POUNDS.
  7. SUPPORT STONE (BASE) 4-FEET,
    2½-INCHES LONG, 2-FEET, 2-INCHES
    WIDE, 1-FOOT, 7-INCHES THICK;
    WEIGHT 2,707 POUNDS.
  8. 951 CUBIC FEET GRANITE.
  9. GRANITE QUARRIED FROM PYRAMID
    QUARRIES LOCATED 3 MILES WEST
    OF ELBERTON, GEORGIA.

We are being told that 951 cubic feet of granite weigh 237,746 pounds. So the weight per cubic foot is 237,746 ÷ 951 = 249.995793901156677. Now that quotient is begging to be rounded, so let’s call it 250 pounds per cubic foot. If you take a minute to look at the table of specific gravities for Georgia granite in Granite Weight and the Fall of Atlanta on September 2, 1864, the highest pounds per cubic foot listed is 177.50. Some of the densest granite on the surface of the planet is the Pikes Peak granite batholith, which is reported to have a specific gravity above 3.0. Even at that very high specific gravity, the weight of granite in pounds per cubic feet is only 187.2.

Something is
profoundly wrong

But what? Your first hint is the 951 cubic feet. This is clearly a reference to the year 1951 when the Elberton Granite Association (EGA) was established. To the extent that—once a person becomes aware of 951 cubic feet being the work of the EBA—the entire Fort “Dodge,” Iowa ruse goes out the window, this is an open invitation for the curious to consider the possibility not only that the monument is the work of locals but that planning for it began long ago and is deeply rooted in the community.

Here is a transcription of the start of the speech at the unveiling ceremony (as much of it as is preserved at the start of the “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” video below). It is noteworthy to see what features of the Guidestones were highlighted at the time of the unveiling.

Over 951 cubic feet of granite make up the eleven pieces of the monument. The overall height is 19 feet three inches from the surface of the ground to the top of the capstone. There are slots and holes in the center stone that have astrological significance because they have been cut at precise angles to permit accurate reading of the sun and moon at various times of the year…”

In the hidden world of symbolism, starting the dedication speech with these to numbers is profoundly significant. This strong emphasis on the 951 cubic feet height in effect announces the importance of this measurement to the entire world. Another common way of catching your attention, from the Shakespeare monument in Westminster Abbey to the well-hidden, 23-word warning discussed on page № 33. Mary Baker Eddy’s well-hidden, 23-Word Warning and Royal Arch Masonry, is to make a mistake. In this case, the mistake is 250 pounds per cubic feet. The somewhat overt 1951 reference to the Elberton Granite Association is just an assurance that the mistake is deliberate and needs to be resolved. I knew this for years before figuring out what the 250 meant. Here is the answer.

Establishment of Georgia

While working on the Gaols Committee, Oglethorpe met and became close to John Perceval (who later became First Earl of Egmont). In 1730, Oglethorpe shared a plan to establish a new American colony with Perceval. The colony would be a place to send “the unemployed and the unemployable”, and he anticipated broad societal support. Initially, there was no set location for this colony, but it soon became clear that a colony south of the Savannah River would be supported by the House of Commons, as it could provide a ‘buffer’ between the prosperous Carolinas and Spanish Florida. People sent to the colony would serve as both soldiers and farmers, making the colony “South Carolina’s first line of defense”.

Wikipedia, James Oglethorpe [bold-red emphasis added]

1980 – 250 = 1730

1980 is the year the Georgia Guidestones were unveiled to the public. It is difficult to convey how much information is contained in this simple date calculation. The first thing you need to know is something about James Oglethorpe. He is regarded as the first Governor of Georgia and was

“the service written in the plan that builds monuments

On the 200th Anniversary of the founding of Solomon’s Lodge held on February 21, 1934, Bro. Lafayette McLaws P. M., of Solomon’s Lodge spoke of the progress her sons have made in human history when he stated that “We celebrate the birth of Georgia’s oldest institution, the 200th Anniversary of Solomon’s Lodge. Age itself does not call for veneration, antiquity alone does not merit adoration, the passage of time is not the test of fame; a million years does not give glory to a worthless cause, nor sanctify an unholy name. It is the use of time, the purpose of the origin, the beauty woven in the design, the service written in the plan that builds monuments and creates hallowed shrines. I revere Solomon’s not for its age, but for its progress, for the service that it has rendered mankind, for its uplifting influence in the political upheavals; for two centuries of activity in the interest of free thought, free speech and free conscience; for the continuity of its opposition to mental tyranny; its championship of human liberty. I commemorate the founding of Solomon’s Lodge because it gave to the new Colony of Georgia, the institution of Masonry.”

Solomon’s Lodge #1, F. & A. M., History (accessed October 21, 2020) [bold-red emphasis added]

The highly symbolic Role of historic Pythagoras Lodge No. 41


The first three (antebellum) Freemason lodges in what would later become Greater Atlanta are listed below in chronological order in which they were chartered with the oldest lodge first. All three are relevant to this discussion. Historical Freemason documents refer to Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and Atlanta Lodge No. 50 as “sister Lodges.”

  1. Pythagoras Lodge No. 41: Dispensation issued April 12, 1844. Chartered November 7, 1844 making this is the oldest lodge in Greater Atlanta.
  2. Atlanta Lodge No. 59: Dispensation issued April 13, 1847. Chartered October 26, 1847. This lodge is referred to as the “Mother Lodge” of Fulton Lodge No. 216.
  3. Fulton Lodge No. 216: Chartered October 30, 1857.
A slightly enlarged copy of some highly significant artwork found on an older version of the Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 homepage. It rather unusually combines the Freemason square and compasses with Skull and Bones.

[NOTE: I have a copy of Freemasonry and its progress in Atlanta and Fulton County, Georgia: With brief history of the Grand Lodge F. & A.M. of Georgia, 1786-1925 by T. C McDonald, but if anyone knows where I can obtain a copy of A History of Pythagoras Lodge No. 41, F. & A. M. by George R. Jones, please let me know. I cannot find the later either for sale or in PDF format.]

Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 serves as the symbolic arm of the Georgia Guidestones

The following historical blurb is from Atlanta and Environs: A Chronicle of Its People and Events, 1820s-1870s by Franklin M. Garrett, p. 208-209.


This list of the first three Greater Atlanta lodges is your first hint of the special relationship between Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and Atlanta Lodge No. 59. You will find in your study of this page that these two lodges are inextricably bound together. Their dispensations are one day and three years apart. This reference to the number 13 is by design. Were it not for the immense importance of the Stone of Destiny to the history of this world, I would not bother to point this out, but the consecutive dates are intended to catch your attention. The hidden reference to 13 taken in combination with the April 13 dispensation date for Atlanta Lodge No. 50 is the first occurrence of the 13 13 or M.M. symbolism discussed at length on this page .

The Address Mystery

As you can see in this Google Earth picture of the entranceway to the Masonic Temple Building in Decatur, the address on the building is 106. As of this writing and for the last several years at least, both the National Register of Historic Places and consequently the Wikipedia article on the building incorrectly list the address as 136 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, Georgia. Google Maps show this building being both 106 and 108. So does Google Earth. The 5th Masonic District of the Grand Lodge of Georgia, F&AM shows the address as 108 East Ponce de Leon Avenue, Decatur, GA 30030-2512.

The final authority on this matter must be Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and their website list the address as 108 E Ponce de Leon Ave, Decatur, GA 30030. The following image is from their website which I accessed on October 18, 2020.

This becomes important because Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 is the only lodge that is exactly 108 miles from the Georgia Guidestones.

And there is considerable other evidence that this lodge plays an important role in communicating the meaning of the Georgia Guidestones and by extension in the story of what happened to the Stone of Destiny in 1923.

Decatur is in DeKalb County whereas Atlanta is in Fulton County. It should be noted that in 1844 when Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 was chartered, Fulton County did not exist.

The history of Fulton County is to a great extent the history of Georgia and its county seat, Atlanta (most of which lies in Fulton County, with the balance in DeKalb County).

Fulton County was created from the western half of DeKalb County on December 20, 1853, by an act of the state legislature.

—New Georgia Encyclopedia, Fulton County

Decatur is now a suburb of Atlanta. Hence, Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 is in reality the oldest Masonic lodge in Greater Atlanta. Technically speaking though, Atlanta Lodge No. 59 is the oldest Masonic Lodge in Atlanta proper. The close relationship between these two lodges becomes a critical fact as the story of the Georgia Guidestones and the Stone of Destiny unfolds.

The name “Pythagoras Lodge No. 41, Free and Accepted Masons” is used by the National Register of Historic Places when referring to this historic building. The building is also known as Pythagoras Masonic Temple and occasionally known as Decatur Masonic Temple.

The Height of the Monument


Though the cornerstone is marked A.D. 1924, the Pythagoras Masonic Temple in Decatur, Georgia was dedicated in 1925, which is why the Georgia Guidestones are 19 foot 3 inches tall.

That is 19.25 feet, the same year as the dedication service.

This perhaps more than anything else should put to rest any doubt whatsoever who is responsible for the Georgia Guidestones, settle once and for all that “R.C. Christian” from Fort “Dodge,” Iowa was a ruse from the beginning, and that the local Freemasons in Elberton, Georgia and quite possibly their good friend and neighbor Wyatt C Martin were active participants in this deception.

Here is a transcription of the start of the speech at the unveiling ceremony (as much of it as is preserved at the start of the “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” film). It is noteworthy to see what features of the Guidestones were highlighted at the time of the unveiling.

Over 951 cubic feet of granite make up the eleven pieces of the monument. The overall height is 19 feet three inches from the surface of the ground to the top of the capstone. There are slots and holes in the center stone that have astrological significance because they have been cut at precise angles to permit accurate reading of the sun and moon at various times of the year…”

On the explanatory Tablet, the “Overall Height” is the first measurement listed.

Except for any red highlighting, the formatting and punctuation are EXACTLY the same as on the monument. 

PHYSICAL DATA

  1. OVERALL HEIGHT – 19 FEET, 3 INCHES.
  2. TOTAL WEIGHT – 237,746 POUNDS.

It is this strong emphasis on the height and weight of the granite that gives me confidence in what I am saying. In the hidden world of symbolism, starting the dedication speech with these to numbers is profoundly significant. It in effect announces their importance to the entire world. My work on the granite weight in Granite Weight and the Fall of Atlanta on September 2, 1864 on page № 54. Civil War and the Fall of Freemasonry gives me the right more so than anyone else to interpret the meaning here. And what I see is that in the first two sentences of the Georgia Guidestones opening ceremony speech the two oldest lodges in Greater Atlanta are symbolically referenced; Atlanta Lodge No. 59 because as discussed in the above-referenced section, the 951 cubic feet is a reference to 1950 when the Atlanta Masonic Temple burned down; Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 because “19 feet three inches” harkens back to the opening ceremony for that lodge. It is obvious that the designers are trying to communicate something very important and few things are more important to the Georgia Guidestones than their association with Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and by extension to the 1741 memorial statue to William Shakespeare in the Poets’ Corner of Westminster Abby.

The Role of Fulton Lodge No. 216


I actually do not have much to say about Fulton Lodge No. 216 except that the emphasis on sacred numbers in the choice of this lodge number sets the stage for a discussion in the next section about the meaning of 59 in Atlanta Lodge No. 59. About the only other thing I can say about this lodge is that I think the cube measurements discussed in The 216 Sacred Cube on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis is for me at least an obvious nod in the direction of the third antebellum lodge in Greater Atlanta. It would seem almost inevitable that some of the men involved in planning the Georgia Guidestones and the delivery of the Stone of Destiny to Nicholas Roerich were part of this other lodge.

Their website has a well-written history page I have always appreciated. Here is a copy of the whole article.

History

In 1847, eleven years after the city of Atlanta was established, Atlanta Lodge No. 59 was constituted on the second floor, over a grocery, of a wooden, two story, building at the corner of Alabama Street and Lloyd Street (now Central Avenue). It was in the same building that Fulton No. 216, Atlanta’s other antebellum Lodge, received its Charter from the Grand Lodge of Georgia on October 30, 1857.

At the time of its inception, Atlanta Lodge was in DeKalb County. In 1853, Fulton County was set off from DeKalb County. Because of that creation, Fulton Lodge became the county’s first Masonic lodge. Therefore, according to T. C. McDonald, Past Master of Fulton Lodge and author of the definitive book on early Masonic history in Atlanta, “….Atlanta Lodge No. 59 and Fulton Lodge No. 216 are the two oldest Masonic Lodges in Atlanta and Fulton County, The former being the Father and the latter, the Mother Lodge.” Fulton Lodge, like the county, was named for Robert Fulton, developed the first commercially successful steam-powered ship. Working for a short time under Dispensation until it received its charter, the lodge’s first returns to the Grand Lodge were made on August 31, 1857. The Lodge started with 28 members and paid $14.00 in dues to the Grand Lodge.

By the late 1850’s five Masonic Lodges were meeting in that first Masonic Hall over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall St. In 1859, David Mayer, Master of Fulton Lodge, served as President of the newly incorporated Masonic Hall Company. A new Masonic Temple on Decatur Street was dedicated on June 19, 1860. The building was spared by General Sherman when he burned Atlanta during the Civil War, but it was destroyed by an accidental fire, May 1, 1866.

It should be noted that the last two years of the Civil War, no returns were made from the lodge, but by 1866 the Lodge was again operating. It is not known how many brethren were involved in the war, but the minutes show that W.L. Hubbard, Sheriff of Fulton County, “Served his country – The South.” Alvin Alley was in Charleston, South Carolina when the first shots of the war were fired at Fort Sumter. Harry Banks, who later served as Grand Master of Masons in Georgia, Morris Hirsch, Levi Cohen and Otto Spahr also served in the Confederate Army. There could have been many others, but early records were lost.

In September, 1866, a corner stone was laid on the corner of Forsyth and Marietta Streets for a new Masonic Temple Building. Unable to raise the money for the building, it was sold by the Sheriff. The building became the DeGieves Opera House. After this, the various Lodges met over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall Street. In 1871, the Lodges moved to the Old Grant Building at the corner of Marietta and Broad Streets. In 1892, the Lodges moved to the Old State Capital Building on the corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets. On December 27, 1894, fire destroyed the building. All of Fulton Lodge’s records from the first organizational meeting in May 1857, until that date were burned. The Lodges then occupied the upper floor of the Old Chamber of Commerce Building at the corner of Hunter and Pryor St until 1902. They then moved to the Concordia Hall at the corner of Mitchell and Forsyth Streets. In 1909, the Lodges moved to a new Masonic Temple at the corner of Peachtree and Cain St. At that time, Fulton Lodge was meeting the first and third Thursday’s of the month.

Once again, fire destroyed the Atlanta Masonic Temple building on Peachtree and Cain St. in September, 1950. Fulton Lodge met at Morningside Lodge until it moved to its current location, Sept 7th 1960.

In 1900, the lodge had 116 members. Due to rapid growth, by 1903, 170 members were on the books. By 1950 the lodge had over 685 members.

Over the years, Fulton Lodge has been known throughout the state as one of the premiere lodges in Georgia. The quality of its work and lectures has been recognized as a shinning example for other lodges to emulate.

—Fulton Lodge No. 216, History

Find a place for this if it is even needed:

The Fulton Lodge No. 216 History

History

In 1847, eleven years after the city of Atlanta was established, Atlanta Lodge No. 59 was constituted on the second floor, over a grocery, of a wooden, two story, building at the corner of Alabama Street and Lloyd Street (now Central Avenue). It was in the same building that Fulton No. 216, Atlanta’s other antebellum Lodge, received its Charter from the Grand Lodge of Georgia on October 30, 1857.

By the late 1850’s five Masonic Lodges were meeting in that first Masonic Hall over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall St. In 1859, David Mayer, Master of Fulton Lodge, served as President of the newly incorporated Masonic Hall Company. A new Masonic Temple on Decatur Street was dedicated on June 19, 1860. The building was spared by General Sherman when he burned Atlanta during the Civil War, but it was destroyed by an accidental fire, May 1, 1866.

In September, 1866, a corner stone was laid on the corner of Forsyth and Marietta Streets for a new Masonic Temple Building. Unable to raise the money for the building, it was sold by the Sheriff. The building became the DeGieves Opera House. After this, the various Lodges met over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall Street. In 1871, the Lodges moved to the Old Grant Building at the corner of Marietta and Broad Streets. In 1892, the Lodges moved to the Old State Capital Building on the corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets. On December 27, 1894, fire destroyed the building. All of Fulton Lodge’s records from the first organizational meeting in May 1857, until that date were burned. The Lodges then occupied the upper floor of the Old Chamber of Commerce Building at the corner of Hunter and Pryor St until 1902. They then moved to the Concordia Hall at the corner of Mitchell and Forsyth Streets. In 1909, the Lodges moved to a new Masonic Temple at the corner of Peachtree and Cain St. At that time, Fulton Lodge was meeting the first and third Thursday’s of the month. Once again, fire destroyed the Atlanta Masonic Temple building on Peachtree and Cain St. in September, 1950. Fulton Lodge met at Morningside Lodge until it moved to its current location, Sept 7th 1960…

—Fulton Lodge No. 216, History [bold-red emphasis added]

Atlanta Lodge No. 59 is an unmistakable, direct reference to the Ophiuchus constellation and by extension to the Middle of the Galaxy whence cometh our Destruction


The English Provence of Georgia was the last of the 13 colonies, so you would expect there to be references to 13 everywhere in Georgia. For example, one of the Atlanta lodges is Pythagoras Lodge No. 41.

41 is the 13th prime number.

As reported on their Our Lodge History page, the Atlanta Lodge No. 59 “worked under a Dispensation issued April 13th, 1847″ [bold-red emphasis added].

But 59 13?

Why would a lodge of such an inestimable important to the Freemasons of the South be numbered 59? Numbers are the religion of the progeny of Jove and there is on the surface of things nothing sacred about the number 59. it is the 17th prime, which could be understood to be a reference to the hidden asterism of September 23, 2017, but this is not compelling enough. There must be something else behind this number. But what. Why 59? I searched tirelessly for the answer.

These are the same people who made sure The Revelation was the 27th book in the New Testament and the 66th book in the Protestant Canon and then over a 1,000 years later added chapters and verses so that there are exactly 216 x 144 = 31,104 verses from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, and then gave us Solar Cycle 24 at the end times.

Numbers are their religion and this is beyond any shadow of doubt an important lodge. There simply must be something more.

Now you begin to see the immense importance of the Georgia Guidestones. As important as they are, the Georgia Guidestones themselves are telling is that understanding unlucky number 13 is more important.

59 has no matmatical meaning nor any other perceptable meaning.

However, when the 88 constellations of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) are placed in alphabetical order, the 59th constellation is Ophiuchus and the Ophiuchus constellation is the 13th constellation in the ancient Babylonian Zodiac.

Ptolemy (c. 100 – c. 170 AD)

But wait! Something doesn’t add up.

Now some of you are going to object that the Grand Lodge of Georgia chartered Atlanta Lodge No. 59 on October 26, 1847, almost 72 years before the founding of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) on July 28, 1919. I respect that. Your objection is that Atlanta Lodge No. 59 anticipated the alphabetical ordering of the 88 IAU constellations before the IAU even existed.

to decide on the alphabetical list of at least the first 59 constellations long before the IAU existed, but the progeny of Jove had to be in complete control of the IAU. This is why I showed you the

That lodge was chartered even earlier in 1844 and is clearly a hidden reference to the Ophiuchus constellation as are all symbolic references to the number 13.

I could respond that maybe they were just using that lodge number as a matter of convenience, but I would be lying about what I really think because what I really think is that the design and planning for the Georgia Guidestones did not take 20 years as we are told by the phantom R.C. Christian, but more like 100 years.

MUST ADD MEANING OF AA

Do you have any idea how much planning was involved is this short list of their innumerable accomplishments? Do not try to tell me they erected an end times memorial 33 years before the end of the Maya Long Count calendar without giving it the same level of thought required for these other, equally incredible feats of planning. What you cannot accept is the level of control they exercise. This is where the Matrix analogy is useful. It provides a framework for you to at least contemplate the possibility that we live in an entirely fabricated reality. What are we really talking about here? Obviously, the 88 constellations of the IAU were agreed upon before October 26, 1847.

The A in International Astronomical Union (IAU) symbolically represents the Sagittarius A-star in the center of the Galaxy.

This is the official logo of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). It is by far the most important example of the Inverted Double V pattern corporate logos. All of these logos harken back to the entrance to the Great Pyramid of Giza.

For me, this unfinished pyramid on the IAU logo is no different than if they were flying a pirate flag.

Let me tell you what you should be thinking instead of making such an objection. What you should be thinking is that in order to execute this plan, not only was it necessary to decide on the alphabetical list of at least the first 59 constellations long before the IAU existed, but the progeny of Jove had to be in complete control of the IAU.

You tell me.

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Add to this the fact that the value of “International Astronomical Union” in English gematria is 365 and I would say not only is the IAU completely under the control of the progeny of Jove, but the name of the organization taken together with the design of the logo constitutes a classic progeny of Jove signature. They want you to know this was their work.

The Hidden 108 Miles


Discovering this hidden 108 miles was my “2160 orbits of Jupiter” moment with the Georgia Guidestones, which is to say, the realization that something much more profound was happening than what appeared on the surface.

The designers of the Georgia Guidestones want to evoke the past and so are using it to conceal their message. At one level, you must be aware of a building that burned down over half a century ago and that the English Province of Georgia was the 13th colony (but the fourth state). This is how they hide their meaning from the public. You begin to understand this once you have studied them close enough and over a long enough period of time. Their symbolism is like a magician’s sleight of hand. While you are looking at the surface of things (like the deliberately provocative inscriptions on the Georgia Guidestones), they are talking right past you to a select group of the initiated and at a much deeper level.

When I first looked at Google Maps, I immediately noticed the distance from downtown Atlanta to the Georgia Guidestones was suspiciously close to 108 miles.

What I found would prove to be the first of many links between Atlanta Lodge No. 59 and Pythagoras Lodge No. 41.

I need to make a brief comment about my choice of Google Maps. After pursuing this knowledge for years now, I have what I consider to be an instinctive sense of where one is expected to gather such data. You must remember that this information is not intended to be hidden from the initiated. Furthermore, major corporations are at the beck and call of the progeny of Jove. Given everything I know about collecting such information, I would say that Google Maps is perhaps the only place to get ascertain these distances. As it turns out, it also matters in which direction you are traveling.

In the end, I think the designers of the Georgia Guidestones were intent on this “hidden” 108 miles being found by anyone looking for a connection between the Guidestones and Freemason lodges in Atlanta.

The obvious first thing to do is to check the distance between the Georgia Guidestones and the Atlanta Masonic Center.

107.8 miles

Georgia Guidestones ⟶ Atlantic Masonic Center

Rounds down to 108 Miles

Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 was built in 1924, the year after the Stone of Destiny was delivered to Nicholas Roerich. This and the fact that the distance to the Georgia Guidestones is exactly 108 miles becomes fascinating in light of all of the other evidence presented on this website that this lodge has been in cahoots with Atlanta Lodge No. 59 from their very beginnings back in 1844 and 1847, respectively.

Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 ⟶ Georgia Guidestones

Exactly 108 Miles

 

When it comes to the Georgia Guidestones and the Stone of Destiny, one of the main themes of this website is the Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and Atlanta Lodges No. 59 are inextricably bound together. Evidence for this is everywhere, including the following excerpt about Leonard Christopher Simpson, the first Worshipful Master of Atlanta Lodge No. 59.

In 1845, he moved to Atlanta and soon gained the confidence and respect of all with whom he came in contact. He was one of the first members of the City Council of Atlanta, serving as such in 1848, 1852 and 1853, and very capably handled the duties of City Attorney for a considerable length of time.

Brother Simpson was recognized as one of the brightest Masons of his day, and his services were always in demand. A true man and Mason, he was respected and held in highest esteem by all who knew him. He was considered a sincere friend of the people, careless only of his own interests; but ever solicitous of the welfare of the brethren. Although he never succeeded in accumulating a fortune, he lived the life of an honest man and good citizen, and died in the sanctity of true Masonry.

He established a wonderful record of service, especially in his Masonic career. During 1847, 1848, 1850, 1851 and 1852, he very capably filled the station of Worshipful Master of Atlanta Lodge No. 59. He was Senior Warden of Pythagorus Lodge No. 41 of Decatur, and in 1848 was appointed Junior Grand Deacon of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.

—Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No.59, Our History [bold-red emphasis added]

It is inconceivable to me that Leonard Christopher Simpson, first Worshipful Master of Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59 was not intricately involved in the long-term planning for the Georgia Guidestones and delivery of the Stone of Destiny to Nicolas Roerich.

I would earnestly suggest to you based on this and a hoard of other evidence that these are two lodges, but one group of men who have a date with destiny.

Before the Atlanta Masonic Center was built there was the Atlanta Masonic Temple that burned down on September 7, 1950. Here is a very short excerpt about the fire I found in an unlisted YouTube video that I stumbled across while exploring the Atlanta Lodge No. 59 website.

Excerpt from unlisted Scottish Rite Preserves Priceless Artwork on the Jacqueline Maloch YouTube channel

So I did some research to determine the current address of Peachstreet and Cain. “The name of Cain Street was changed to International Boulevard in the 1980s and then changed yet again to Andrew Young International Boulevard” (Atlanta Time Machine). With that information, I was able to find the old location using Google Earth. It is a parking garage now. The name of the parking garage is “218 Peachstreet Parking,” but the address is 23 Andrew Young International Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30303. So I used Google Maps to map from this address to the Georgia Guidestones at 1031 Guidestone Road, Elberton, GA 30635.

108.4 miles

Masonic Lodge ⟶ Georgia Guidestones

Rounds down to 108 Miles

Google Maps 108.4 miles from the location of the Masonic Temple that burned down on September 7, 1950 to the Georgia Guidestones

Something very interesting happens when you measure the distance in the opposite direction.

Georgia Guidestones Masonic Lodge

Matches Capstone 1088 Exactly

Google Maps 108.8 miles from the Georgia Guidestones to the location of the Masonic Temple that burned down on September 7, 1950

The Capstone

Please note that whenever looking at the PHYSICAL DATA on the Explanatory Tablet, metric data is meaningless and not part of the actual monument. This needs to be said because, for whatever reason, almost every source, including especially Wikipedia, that transcribes the data on the Explanatory Tablet includes metric equivalents. I do not. Here then are the dimensions of the capstone exactly as given on the explanatory tablet:

Except for any red highlighting, the formatting and punctuation are EXACTLY the same as on the monument. 

PHYSICAL DATA

  1. CAPSTONE IS 9-FEET, 8-INCHES
    LONG, 6-FEET, 6-INCHES WIDE,
    1-FOOT, 7-INCHES THICK. WEIGHS
    24,832 POUNDS.

These capstone measurements are decidedly intended to catch our attention. I saw this right away because the width is “6-FEET, 6-INCHES”. The designers had to know the 66 would draw our attention. Then I noticed the 9-FEET. If you do not know how special the number nine is in the study of sacred numbers, you need to stop and study sacred numbers. So I saw right away that 9 x 12 = 108. At that point, I realized immediately that I was standing on holy ground, so-to-speak. The designers had just told me that something very important is happening with the capstone measurements. But what?

I discuss the what on page № 54. Civil War and the Fall of Freemasonry. This is such a perfect metaphor for Atlanta Georgia burning (“Gone with the Wind”) that I am inclined to believe this 108.8 miles pointing into the past is not some kind of freak accident. In fact, I think the Atlanta Masonic Temple was deliberately burned in 1950 down by the Freemason themselves. Bear with me. I know this will initially alienate many readers. I understand your objection, but I did not jump to this conclusion. Why in God’s name would they burn down their own building? I’ll answer that question momentarily. but you see I kinda laugh at that objection because they know the whole damned planet is about to be destroyed. The Georgia Guidestones are an immensely important message to all the people in this world as well as the next. Burning down a building as part of that message is, by comparison, an infinitely small gesture. You would not make such an objection if you understood the full dimensions of what is happening and you cannot do that until you make it real in your own thought. That is the part I cannot do for you. But what I can do is share the following.

The Masonic Temple stood for over forty years before catching fire on September 7, 1950. The blaze began on the top floor of the structure. Authorities believed at the time that the fire originated from the torch of an elevator repairman, but the cause ultimately remained unknown. At the time of the fire, workers were also installing sprinklers to prevent such a catastrophe. The fire burned for five hours before the city’s fire department was able to extinguish the flames. All that remained of the structure the next morning was the exterior walls, which were eventually torn down. Surprisingly, not a single life was lost and only a few people suffered minor injuries, including a waitress who fainted across the street. A parking structure was eventually built in the Masonic Temple’s place and remains there today.
Atlanta Masonic Temple by Donnie Summerlin [bold-red emphasis added]

So let’s recap what happened on September 7, 1950

        • NO ONE TRAPPED: The fire started on the top floor. Therefore no one could be trapped in the building while it burnt down
        • NO ONE DIED: In fact, no one was hurt in the fire except a waitress across the street who fainted
        • CAUSE UNKNOWN: The cause of the fire is unknown
        • CLOSING WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY: The window of opportunity to torch the building was closing because a sprinkler system was being installed at the time
        • SYMBOLIC NUMBERS: Finally, I could not help but to notice in the Scottish Rite Preserves Priceless Artwork video above, that “13 companies responded to the fire, bringing 36 hoses to bear on the building.” 36 is a sacred number representing completeness, like 360 degrees in a circle. I do not normally mention stuff like this, but in this case, I am going to make an exception because of the hugely important discussion on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis. The date September 7, 1950 reduces to 13, which when taken in combination with the number of firefighting companies that responded, is yet another instance of the 13 13 symbolism discussed on this page.

I’ll just interject here for those of you who have not figured this out yet. The Freemasons of the South, which included our Founding Fathers, are the good guys. They would never have jeopardized life or limb in planning for the Georgia Guidestones. The bad guys are the European Illuminati who burned down Atlanta in the first place.

41 Years

The Masonic Temple stood for 41 years from 1909 to 1950. They did this to link Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 not only to the Georga Guidestones but by extension to the 1741 memorial statue to William Shakespeare in the Poets’ Corner of Westminster Abby. As preposterous as all of this may sound to you at the moment, I assure you that if you take the time to fully study the Georgia Guidestones and page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis, you will in time come to appreciate the enormity of what is happening here. These amount to last-minute gestures after waiting for the end time for at least 2,600 years. How is burning down a building any different than the countless wars they have started?

This was done deliberately.

The progeny of Jove thinks and acts on a scale the average human being cannot even imagine. In so doing, their grand gestures such as the burning down of their own building remain hidden from the public. It’s all over now. No one ever even suspected what was really happening.

It’s a parking garage now…

I want to close this section by asking the reader to step back and look at the big picture. The Georgia Guidestones are out in the middle of nowhere surrounded by chicken farms. Why would anyone do this?

They are some nine miles outside of Elberton and over 12 miles from the quarry. Don’t you think at the very least everyone in Elberton would have contributed whatever was necessary to get the Georgia Guidestones in their town as a tourist attraction?

Why?

Is this not just common sense? Does it not invite vandalism to put them out where no one can see them at night? This was a huge investment. What were they thinking?

There is only one reason. Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 is in a different county and more than five miles away from either the old Masonic Temple or the new Atlanta Masonic Center. And yet all three are 108 miles from the Georgia Guides stones. How is that possible? Planning. Mind-boggling, multigenerational planning.

Unless you think this just happened by chance. But my guess is you would have a better chance of winning the lottery than for Google Maps to show all three of these buildings as being 108 miles from the Georgia Guidestones without any forethought.

Who built the Georgia Guidestones?


Though I have come to despise the word as the dull sword of the intellectually dimwitted, this webpage thoroughly debunks the widely-accepted notion that the Georgia Guidestones were built by two Yankees. Anyone who accepts this as the truth is only a casual observer. Now with the production of the two videos discussed below in the section entitled The Perpetuation of a Great Fraud against All of Humanity, the people of Elbert County, Georgia proffer an alternate theory, that the Georgia Guidestones are a deceptive marketing tactic perpetrated by a handful of people in Elberton, Georgia (the “Granite Capital of the World”) with connections to the Elberton Granite Association. The absurdity of this suggestion is so painfully obvious that I am reluctant to even mention it.

If you ask me if the people in these two videos know the truth and are partaking in this deception or are simply ignorant and do not know who actually built the Georgia Guidestones, I cannot say for sure. I think the young men behind the production of these videos probably have no idea what is really happening. But I can say for sure at least one of the men is this video is a damnable liar. He is the man who suggests that the location of the Georgia Guidestones was his idea. The hidden 108 miles and its profound relevance to history as discussed on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis, proves this could not possibly be true.

Although I go to great lengths to expose this deception, the reader should not mistake this for disrespect. On the contrary, no one has greater admiration than I do for the men who erected the Georgia Guidestones. In my opinion, they are some of the greatest men alive, unsung heroes of the people.

NOMENCLATURE: Atlanta Lodge No. 59, Atlanta Peachtree Lodge No. 59, and Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59 are all the same lodge. The names are used interchangeably even on their own website.

M.M. in the flesh

The evidence, as laid out on this page and more importantly on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis, leaves no room for doubt.

I am now confident in saying that these are the men behind the Georgia Guidestones and their fathers or grandfathers delivered the Stone of Destiny to Nicholas Roerich in 1923.

When interpreting a symbol such as M.M. used by secret societies, the analogy is often used of peeling away the layers of an onion. There are three such layers when analyzing the meaning of M.M. However, in the onion analogy, the outer layers are usually regarded as being misdirection, a way of hiding the truth from the uninitiated. In the case of M.M., however, all three layers are true. One person might be satisfied in knowing the geographical meaning of M.M. and never learn who built the Georgia Guidestones. The initiated will at once see the connection to the Poet’s Corner in Westminster Abby and know the men who built the Georgia Guidestones are paying homage to Sir Francis Bacon and in so doing silently condemning the men to whom their fathers delivered the Stone of Destiny.

M.M. is found both on the mysterious Georgia Guidestones cube and the pine box in which the Stone of Destiny was delivered


M.M. can be found on both the Georgia Guidestones cube and the return address on the pine box in which the Stone of Destiny was delivered to Nicholas Roerich and his wife in Paris in 1923.

These are not initials. M.M. is English gematria for 13 13.

13 13 = Elbert County Georgia

The English Province of Georgia was the last of the Thirteen Colonies and the Georgia Guidestones were built in Elbert County, Georgia’s 13th county.[27-EC]

After 1783 the area’s population steadily increased. Many of the newcomers were veterans of the Revolution who had been awarded land grants in the region for their service to their country. On December 10, 1790, Elbert County was split from Wilkes County by an act of the state legislature and thus became Georgia’s thirteenth county. It was named in honor of Samuel Elbert, who was a commander of Georgia’s militia and Continental forces during the Revolution. Elbert later served as Georgia’s governor from 1785 to 1786. —The Georgia Encyclopedia, Elbert County [bold-red emphasis added]

But to just blurt this out belies the profundity of the English Masons choosing Georgia as their base of operations precisely so that it would be the 13th colony and the planning involved so that future granite quarries in Georgia would be in their 13th county. One of my greatest regrets in doing this work is that I deprive the reader of the excitement of the initial discovery. It is quite different seeing all this stuff for the first time and just being told a truth that is so radically different than anything else out there. But this geographical definition of M.M. (or 13 13) is not the whole story.

The identity of the men behind the Georgia Guidestones


To fully understand why and how the cube and hidden 108 miles identify the men who built the Georgia Guidestones, there are three subjects you must first master.

  • THE MEANING OF JAM ON THE CUBE: No one has ever gotten this right. JAM is old English for “I AM” as in “I am M.M.” I discuss this in detail in The meaning of JAM and the other numbers on the cube on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis. I suggest you stop now a read that.
  • THE HIDDEN 108 MILES: There are exactly 108 miles between the Georgia Guidestones and the Masonic Temple that burned down in 1950.
  • three”I am M.M.” becomes “I am 13 13” which in the second level of understanding the meaning of M.M. becomes
  • four
  • five
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  • The meaning of JAM on the cube

    The hidden 108 miles

    How and why 59 is a reference to 13

    The man who took me off the streets of Baltimore and sent me to a very expensive private college told me about an old trick used by pirates to hide their treasure. At first, they would dig very deep and bury the real treasure. Then they would partially fill the hole and throw in some valuables so that anyone digging in the right location would think they found the real treasure.

    The identity of M.M. and the hidden 108 miles discussed below are inextricably bound together.

    So at first, I thought the meaning of M.M. was the Georgia Guidestones monument. This was a less than satisfying conclusion because it meant I still had to identify the men behind the monument. Little did I know. When the real meaning of JAM finally came to me while studying the Poet’s Corner in Westminster Abbey, I realized M.M. had to be Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 and Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59. Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 was the very first Masonic lodge in what after the end of the Civil War become the Atlanta metropolitan area and both of these lodges conducted their meetings in the Masonic Temple that burned down on September 7, 1950 exactly 108 miles away from the Georgia Guidestones.

    The key to unlocking the mystery of the Georgia Guidestones is the hidden 108 miles. It points directly to the men in Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59 and Pythagoras Lodge No. 41.

    Both lodge numbers are appropriately subtle for something as profoundly important as this. 41 is the 13th prime number and, when listed alphabetically, Ophiuchus is the 59th of the 88 IAU constellations. And of course, Ophiuchus is the 13th constellation. As discussed below in Guidestones Road, I had days earlier recognized why there was such an unusually sharp U-turn in Georgia State Route 13 and this left no doubt whatsoever that the 59 in Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59 was a reference to the Ophiuchus constellation.

    Address on the pine box in which the Stone of Destiny was shipped from M.M. to Nicholas Roerich

    In fact, I feel it is safe to say the mysteries of both the Georgia Guidestones and the Stone of Destiny are invested in Atlanta Georgia’s two historic Freemason lodges; Pythagoras Lodge No. 41, which received its charter in 1844, and Peachtree Lodge No. 59, which received its charter three years later on October 26th, 1847. Furthermore, I would suggest to you that these two lodges exist specifically because of the Georgia Guidestones and their intimate relationship to the Stone of Destiny discussed on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis.

    This is a bold claim and implies planning for the Georgia Guidestones began even before the Civil War. I cannot offer any evidence in support of this theory as the 1902 Geological Survey of Georgia is the first concrete action I could cite for putting such a plan in action. It established the specific gravity of the Pyramid Quarry granite used in the construction of the Georgia Guidestones. Nevertheless, my gut feeling, based on what I know about the progeny of Jove and the discussion on page № 52. The Stone of Destiny and New Atlantis, is that the monument has been on the drawing board since before the Revolutionary War. I most certainly think it is safe to say planning for the Georgia Guidestones began as early as 1790 when Elbert County, or what would become “The Granite Capital of the World,” became the 13th county in the 13th state.

    The Georgia Guidestones and Poet’s Corner in Westminster Abbey


    The evidence presented in this section suggests that the Georgia Guidestones eulogize Sir Francis Bacon. The implications of this are staggering. For one, it clearly establishes the meaning of 33 in Freemasonry as being a reference to the man who apparently founded Rosicrusionism in England and by extension Freemasonry in the United States of America. But in the end, the designers of the Georgia Guidestones are pointing to the text from two scrolls on a pair of Shakespeare monuments at Westminster Abbey and the Wilton House.

    Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey

    For those of you unfamiliar with the Poet’s Corner, here is a brief introduction from the Westminster Abbey website.

    Poets’ Corner at Westminster Abbey from the Westminster Abbey YouTube Channel

    How this has been overlooked for so long, I cannot say, but the deliberate misspelling of a pseudonym on the left side of the Explanatory tablet is clearly a reference to the Shakespeare monument in Westminster Abbey. This is the key to unlocking the deeper meaning of the Georgia Guidestones.

    The Key

    Explanatory Tablet

    This is as clear a reference to Sir Francis Bacon as is humanly possible.

    The m in pseudonym on the left side of the Explanatory tablet of the Georgia Guidestones has been replaced by a n exactly the same as the a in fnbrick was replaced by an n on the Shakespeare monument in Westminster Abbey. Hence, “a pseudonyn”.

    If you want to know something really fascinating, according to no less than Peter Dawkins (included in the video excerpts below), after being on display to the public for more than 240 years and shortly after the Georgia Guidestones were unveiled in 1980, the n in fnbrick which as Peter Dawkins points out in the video below was actually carved into the monument was painted over as part of an officially sanctioned restoration of the Shakespeare monument in Westminster Abbey and made to look like an a. You can see the original n in Fnbrick, though imperfectly, in the second, older video below.

    Why the disappearing n right after the Georgia Guidestones are unveiled?

    Image credit Peter Dawkins and the Francis Bacon Research Trust

    Here I have edited Peter Dawkins‘ two videos Peter Dawkins Part 1: ‘The Dark Twin’ – The Wilton House Shakespeare Memorial and Peter Dawkins Part 2: ‘The Light Twin’ – The Westminster Abbey Shakespeare Memorial on The Francis Bacon Society YouTube channel—over two and a half hours of video—into 36 minutes. As much as I admire the man, in this case I really do not recommend watching the originals and have removed them from page № 79. Sir Francis Bacon because he is the most highly respect progeny of Jove since Pythagoras. My analysis following the video should explain why. A great deal of effort has been made to present the “meat” of these two videos. My main complaint against them is the over-emphasis on duality. I think the designers of these two monuments were much more straightforward than Peter Dawkins imagines.

    Please note that the whole notion of there being “twin” statues is of Peter Dawkins’ making. There are two, nearly identical statutes, but he never captures the simplicity of the public statue (what he calls the “Light Twin”) versus the private statue (the “Dark Twin). The truth is, this is a very simple design. The public statue at Westminster Abbey (think public persona) is William Shakespeare. The private statue (think private persona) is Francis Bacon.

    public = William Shakespeare
    private = Francis Bacon

    For the sake of brevity in the remainder of this section, I will refer to them as the Shakespeare monument and the Bacon monument. Dawkins completely overlooks what seems painfully obvious to me; namely that Bacon is not pointing to the word “SHADOW” but to “SHADOW PLAYER.” Could this not be more obvious? The other two deliberately capitalized words on that Bacon monument are LIFE and STAGE from which the sentence, “On LIFE’s STAGE, I am but a SHADOW PLAYER” almost constructs itself. I also think it is painfully obvious that Shakespeare is pointing to “Solemn Temple” and that capitalization was introduced to make “Solemn” look more like “Solomon”. In such works of art, fingers almost always convey meaning. Most likely the reason why two fingers are touching the scroll on both monuments is to emphasize that there are two words.

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    Image credit Peter Dawkins and the Francis Bacon Research Trust

    But why is Shakespeare pointing at Solemn Temples? The obvious association is with the secret societies. Why is not Bacon pointing at Solomon’s Temple? This is the question that fascinates me. And what about the isolated “brick” in fnbrick, which in the context of n being essential to deciphering the monument looks to me like a clear reference to Masonry. Given everything said on this page, it is not only possible but probable that planning for the Georgia Guidestones began before 1741. Is “Solemn Temple” and “brick” on the Shakespeare monument suggesting that the death of William Shakespeare the actor on April 23, 1616, gave rise to the Rosicrucians and a hundred years later to the Freemasons?

    Here is the heart and soul of the matter. Are the Rosecurucions and Freemasons, or what I call the “Purveyors of Wisdom” (versus the bankers) on this website, are they the cultural legacy of Sir Francis Bacon and his circle of friends? This I believe is what the Georgia Guidestones are telling us.

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    T.T. and 108 years versus M.M. and 108 miles. (Image credit Peter Dawkins and the Francis Bacon Research Trust)

    Perhaps now we know why placing the Georgia Guidestones 108 miles away from three different masonic buildings was so important.

    The connections between the Georgia Guidestones and the Shakespeare monument in Westminster Abby are everywhere. The writing on the scroll is adapted from The Tempest, Act 4, Scene 1. This is the same 41 as found in Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 or the 41 years from 1909 to 1950 when the Masonic Temple in Atlanta burned down.

    Another Key

    There is another, equally compelling reason to think that the Georgia Guidestones are eulogizing Sir Francis Bacon. It is contained in the following video which is every bit as good as those produced by Peter Dawkins.

    The following video excerpts are from an unnamed video found on the sirbacon.org website.

    This 13 x 13 cipher which requires the n in Fnbrick is indirectly referenced by the M.M. of the Georgia Guidestones cube as discussed in .

    The Scroll Text

    Everything in one thing

    The text for the scroll on the public monument is a comedy later reclassified as a ramance. The text for scroll on the private monument is a tragedy.

    9:35 for the boundaries of the large context of the first quote MENTIONS AN ACTOR ONN STAGE

    10:10 for the dark statue

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    Pythagoras Lodge No. 41

    the street address Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 108, and I found a Freemason symbol on their website (show to the left) that I have never seen before and that combines the Skull and Bones with the Freemason Square and Compass. But alas the distance from that lodge to the Georgia Guidestones is 109 miles.

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    Are the Georgia Guidestones the “Third Temple”?


    A long, long time ago in a land far away, as if to echo Virgil’s All, see, enraptured of the coming time!, a group of men originally headed by Sir Francis Bacon began planning what we know of today as the Georgia Guidestones. They refer to them as a “Solemn Temple” in the 1741 Shakespeare monument at Westminster Abbey. Before continuing, I suggest you take a good hard look at the two pictures below because, for reasons thoroughly explained in the first section of this page, what you are looking at is also known as the Third Temple. Here I think it is appropriate to point out that the third Worshipful Master of Solomon’s Lodge No. 1 F. & A. M. in Savannah Georgia was a Jew.

    A Rich Heritage of Benevolence


    Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge #59 is chartered through the Grand Lodge of Georgia, F&AM, which in turn, is recognized by the United Grand Lodge of England.

    Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No.59 is a regular Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons, working under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of Georgia.

    We are located in the historic Atlanta Masonic Center,

    What kind of men would build the Georgia Guidestones? The seal for the Grand Lodge of Georgia includes the word “Benevolence” at its center. In fact, masonry in Georgia has a rich heritage of benevolence.

    In the 1730s, Parliamentarian James Oglethorpe proposed that the area south of the Carolinas be colonized with the “worthy poor” of England to provide an alternative to the overcrowded debtors’ prisons. Oglethorpe and other English philanthropists secured a royal charter as the Trustees of the colony of Georgia on June 9, 1732.[37] Oglethorpe and his compatriots hoped to establish a utopian colony that banned slavery and recruited only the most worthy settlers… —Wikipedia, Thirteen Colonies

    Prison Reform

    In 1729 James Oglethorpe’s life was to change. The previous year, one of his friends, Robert Castell, was jailed in London’s Fleet Prison because of his debts. At the time, inmates were forced to pay prison staff fees for decent room and board. Unable to pay, Castell was thrown into a cell with a prisoner who had smallpox. Castell’s death from the disease led Oglethorpe to launch a national campaign to reform England’s prisons. Named chairman of a parliamentary committee to investigate the jails, Oglethorpe saw firsthand the horrible conditions, abuses, and extortion prisoners faced. He also was alarmed that so many British citizens faced jail for no other reason than indebtedness.
    As a result of the investigation a number of steps were taken to reform London’s prisons. Oglethorpe’s efforts to expose and correct prison abuses gained him national attention, and he became widely regarded as one of Britain’s most active humanitarians. Prison reform did not, however, solve the plight of the large number of poor people in England. Oglethorpe and several colleagues from the jails committee, notably John Lord Viscount Percival (later the first earl of Egmont), began exploring the possibility of creating a new colony in America. They believed that if given a chance, England’s “worthy poor” could be transformed into farmers, merchants, and artisans. But strict rules would be needed to prevent the class divisions that plagued English society. Thus, all the settlers would work their own land, with slavery and large landholdings specifically prohibited.

    —New Georgia Encyclopedia, James Oglethorpe (1696-1785)

    From: GOULD’S HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD VOLUME V

    The earliest reference to Masonry in Georgia is contained in the records of the Grand Lodge of England . At its meeting held on December 13, 1733 (new style), the following resolution was adopted : Then the Deputy Grand Master opened to the Lodge the Affairs of Plant- ing the new Colony of Georgia in America, and having sent an Account in print of the Nature of such Plantation to all the Lodges, and informed the Grand Lodge That the Trustees had given to Nathaniel Blackerby, Esq ., and to him- self Commissions under their Common Seal to Collect the Charity of this Society towards enabling the Trustees to send distressed Brethren to Georgia, where they may be comfortably provided for . Proposed, that it be strenuously recommended by the Masters & Wardens of regular Lodges to make a generous Collection amongst all their Members for that purpose . Which being seconded by Brother Rogers Holland, Esq . (one of the said Trustees), who opened the Nature of the Settlement, and by Sr. William Keith, Bart ., who was many years Governour of Pensilvania, by Dr. Desagulier, Lord Southwell, Brother Blackerby, and many others, very worthy Brethren, it was recommended accordingly . 137

    Of all the American Colonies, none was more influenced by Masonry than was Georgia . The establishment of the Colony was a direct outgrowth of Masonic influence . A Mason, General James Edward Oglethorpe visualised a Colony where honest though unfortunate men might have opportunity to start life anew. p. 150

    Solomon’s Lodge #1, F. & A. M.
    Established 1734; The Oldest Continuously Operating English Constituted Lodge Of Freemasons In The Western Hemisphere

    For nearly 300 years the influences of the institution of Freemasonry in Georgia have shaped the destiny of this State and Nation.

    The British Colony of Georgia was the first Colony that Masonic Charity ever founded for the poor, the distressed and the persecuted. He who founded Georgia, James Edward Oglethorpe, instituted the first Masonic Lodge within its borders.

    That FIRST LODGE is now known as Solomon’s Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M. at Savannah the Mother Lodge of Georgia Masonry.

    Founding the Lodge
    Freemasonry has existed in this State and still exists as a timeless “Modern” establishment since the year 1733/4, and is coeval with the settlement of the British Colony of Georgia. The first Masonic Lodge instituted in Georgia, now known as Solomon’s Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M. at Savannah (the Lodge having received the name “Solomon’s Lodge” sometime prior to 1771), was established on February 21, 1734 and was entered upon the official engraved lists of the Premier Grand Lodge of England as Lodge “No. 139 Savannah in Ye Province of Georgia” and was constituted in 1735. Solomon’s Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M. at Savannah, Georgia is the “Oldest Continuously Operating English Constituted Lodge of Freemasons in the Western Hemisphere.”

    On February 21, 1734 a small band of British-Georgia Freemasons gathered in the mystic tie beneath the extensive branches of a magnificent oak-tree, then flourishing on the sea-coast bluff, in the area now known as Sunbury, Liberty County, Georgia. For centuries, Masonic history has recalled that it was there beneath the “Sunbury Oak” that the gentle and kind founder of Georgia, Brother James Edward Oglethorpe (1696-1785) instituted the first Lodge of Freemasons in this State. Fired by their zeal for the institution, those early brethren gathered despite the freezing winds that blew then and blow now over the bluffs of Sunbury in winter. From that small gathering of Masons at the first meeting 275 years ago, come the 47,000 Freemasons laboring in Georgia today.

    Solomon’s Lodge from the thebuilder1733 YouTube Channel

    —Solomon’s Lodge #1, F. & A. M., History

    A band of English colonists under the leadership of General James Edward Oglethorpe, British soldier, statesman and humanitarian, arrived on the west bank of the Savannah River on February 12, 1733. This was the birth of the English Province of Georgia, the last of the Thirteen Colonies. Georgia was the southwestern frontier of British America for many years.

    In the same year, December 13, 1733, the Grand Lodge of England at its Quarterly Communication in London adopted a resolution to “collect the Charity of this Society towards enabling the Trustees (of Georgia) to send distressed Brethren to Georgia where they may be comfortably provided for…that it be strenuously (sic) recommended by the Masters and Wardens of regular Lodges to make a generous collection amongst all their Members for that purpose…”

    Some three months later, February 21, 1734, a Lodge of Freemasons was organized at Savannah under the “old Customs” (without warrant). Noble Jones, intimate friend of James Oglethorpe, was initiated on that date, the first Freemason made in Georgia. On December 2, 1735, the Lodge was warranted by the Grand Lodge of England and entered on the engraved list as “The Lodge at Savannah in Ye Province of Georgia”. It was assigned number 139 on the register of English Lodges. By 1770 its number had been reduced to No. 63 and by 1792 it was No. 46, although no longer an English Lodge.

    The Lodge at Savannah changed its name in or prior to 1770 to Solomon’s Lodge. In 1774 and 1775, respectively, the Grand Lodge of England warranted two more Lodges in Savannah, Unity No. 465 and Grenadiers No. 481. Both Lodges died an early death.

    Except for that brief period, Solomon’s Lodge was the only Lodge in Georgia from 1734 until 1785. Solomon’s Lodge was the second duly constituted Lodge in America, next only to a Lodge in Boston warranted in 1733. Solomon’s Lodge is the Mother Lodge of Georgia.

    Freemasonry has existed continuously in Georgia since 1734. The Grand Lodge of Georgia, F. & A. M., has existed since 1786.

    The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons for the of Georgia was incorporated with perpetual duration on February 6, 1796, by an Act of the General Assembly of Georgia passed for that purpose, and has been delivered down to the present day.

    —The Grand Lodge of Georgia F. & A.M., History of Freemasonry in Georgia

    There is such a wealth of documentation attesting to this fact that the choice of what to quote

    EARLY FREEMASONRY IN GEORGIA, U.S.A.

    It was not till the 9th June 1732, that a charter was granted by GEORGE II. for the erection of the country within certain specified limits into the Province of Georgia, the name being chosen in honour of the Sovereign who sanctioned the establishment of the Colony, while its administration was placed for 21 years in the hands of a corporation, “in trust for the poor.” At the head of the council was the fourth Earl of SHAFTESBURY, but “its’ most celebrated member “—as we read in BANCROFT’S “History of the United States,” from which we have derived our information—was JAMES OGLETHORPE, a member of the House of Commons, who some four years previously had invoked the aid of the British Parliament in behalf of the thousands of persons “immured in prison for the misfortune of poverty,” and who, on being appointed ” a commissioner for inquiring into the state of the jails in the Kingdom,” persevered in his benevolent purpose until at length he was successful in restoring ” to light and freedom multitudes, who, by long confinement for debt, were strangers and helpless in the country of their birth.” Nor was he content with obtaining their freedom. “For them and for persecuted Protestants,” writes BANCROFT, ” he planned an asylum and a new destiny in America, where former poverty would be no reproach, and where the simplicity of piety could indulge the spirit of devotion without fear of persecution from men who hated the rebuke of its example.” So well was the scheme received that “the benevolence of England was aroused; the charities of an opulent and enlightened nation were to be concentrated on the new plantation; individual zeal was kindled in its favour; the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts sought to promote its interests; and Parliament showed its goodwill by at once contributing ten thousand pounds.” —The Freemason, October 13, 1900, EARLY FREEMASONRY IN GEORGIA, U.S.A

    5th Masonic District

    [Expand this back to their very beginnings. The Provence of Georgia was excepting poor Freemasons from England. I need to find the original source material I misplaced on this.]

    https://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/government-politics/james-oglethorpe-1696-1785

    http://www.solomonslodge.com/history.html

    XXX

    Peachtree Lodge No. 59 has a rich history of caring for the people.

    “Honesty and fair dealing with all mankind.”

    –Leonard Christopher Simpson, first Worshipful Master of Atlanta Lodge No. 59, from Atlanta Lodge No.59

    I find these words from the history of Atlanta Lodge No. 59 to be of profound importance to anyone who seeks to know who built the Georgia Guidestones:

    The lodge rooms were on the upper floor of a two-story wooden building which stood on the corner of Lloyd (now Central Avenue) and Alabama Street, at south angle. The ground floor of this building was occupied by a grocery store of which Paul McSheffery was the proprietor.

    Just seventv-seven years, over three quarters of a century ago, in this building, which for many years was known as Masonic Hall, the first lodge of F. & A. M. was constituted.

    Leonard Christopher Simpson was the first Worshipful Master of Atlanta Lodge No. 59. He is described in the History of Atlanta as the citv’s first resident lawyer, and a man of fine personal appearance and unusual professional abilitv. It is of him we speak when referring to the founder of Freemasonry in Atlanta, then in DeKalb County, Georgia.

    Atlanta Lodge No.59 [bold-red emphasis added]

    Whoever built the Georgia Guidestones, they are the great-great-grandchildren of the men who founded this country and the last of the living Freemasons who know the truth of what is about to happen. In this sense, they too are the progeny of Jove. A more special group of men cannot be found on this planet. I am in awe of them.

    CONTINUATION OF OLD PAGE BEFORE REWRITE…

    The Perpetuation of a Great Fraud against All of Humanity


    In as much as the people of Elbert County, Georgia are perpetuating a Great Fraud against all of humanity, I hereby assert my legal right to use all of the following two videos and stand prepared to defend that right in a court of law. The Georgia Guidestones are what they appear to be, a message to all of humanity that the world in which they live is about to be utterly destroyed in a natural disaster so calamitous the “prophets” in the Old Testament refer to it as the “day of the Lord.” The moment I first learned about them, I knew what the Georgia Guidestones represented. And so I knew immediately to look for a link between them and the Freemasons of the South. You see Georgia was once the headquarters of the entire world in a time when the Freemasons were the progeny of Jove and in direct control of the United States of America through the Presidency. This is why up until the so-called Civil War all of the Freemason Presidents were Southerners. This crucial page in our history is very little understood. The Civil War was not what it appeared to be. The European Illuminati had infiltrated and taken control of the Supreme Council, Scottish Rite, Northern Jurisdiction, USA. Following one of the most cherished precepts of the European Illuminati, these Yankees parading as Freemasons used the Northern Jurisdiction to first gain control of the Presidency and then to wage war against the real Freemasons of the South who founded the United States of America. The (real) Freemasons lost that war and the United States of America subsequently became a legal corporation. It ceased to exist as a country. I discuss this little understood chapter of our history on page № 54. Civil War and the Fall of Freemasonry.

    And so I knew immediately that the great grandchildren of those men who lost the so-called Civil War were breaking ranks with a tradition of secrecy that dates back 2,600 years to warn the public that something unthinkable is about to happen. Knowing further that numbers are a religion to these people, I began my search for a link between the Georgia Guidestones and the Freemasons in Atlanta, the capital of Georgia. I found it in so little time and in such an inspired state of mind as to remind me when I prayed for an understanding of Daniel and within 24 hours found the remarkably simple mathematics in that book. The link between the Georgia Guidestones and the Freemasons was as remarkably simple and yet well hidden as was the year in Daniel.

    The Georgia Guidestones monument was built 108 miles (like the 108 pages on this website) from the location of the Atlanta Masonic Temple, the oldest Masonic Lodge in Atlanta, which was deliberately torched by the progeny of Jove in 1950. Remember this as you watch these two videos.

    Anyone who suggests that the location of this monument was left to chance, was a last minute decision, happenstance, or whatever is either a damnable liar or ignorant of the truth. There is another, perhaps equally important reason for the location of the Georgia Guidestones. They are directly underneath the path of the 2017 total solar eclipse which, when combined with the yet to come 2024 total eclipse in the year 2024, forms an X across the continental United States. I discuss this in the last section of this page entitled X Marks the Spot.

    (Full Documentary) The Georgia Guidestones Movie (an unlisted YouTube) from the M Reser YouTube channel.

    Here is the text that accompanies the YouTube:

    “Winner of the Best Regional Documentary award at the 2013 Charleston Film Festival, The Georgia Guidestones Movie is a DIY, low-budget documentary movie about the mysterious “American Stonehenge” in Elbert County, Georgia.

    “The Georgia Guidestones Movie was screened at various theaters in South Carolina and Georgia, including the Georgia Museum of Art, and was also screened in Portland, Oregon. The movie had a limited DVD and Blu-Ray release. Now, please enjoy the full film online, ad-free.

    “The soundtrack for the movie is written and recorded by award-winning, Athens, Georgia area musician Kyle Dawkins and includes original, never-before-released material.

    “More information about the film, the filmmakers and narrator, and the soundtrack can be found:
    http://www.guidestonesmovie.net/
    https://kyledawkins.bandcamp.com/albu…
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/…

    “This documentary delves into the most intriguing questions about the Guidestones’ creation and enigmatic purpose: Who is R.C. Christian? Why does the monument exist? How did it come into being? Answering these questions takes the film beyond the site of the Guidestones themselves and into the homes and workplaces of a variety of key players and sources, as well as into the quarries and stoneworking facilities of Elberton, Georgia, known as “The Granite Capital of the World.”

    I assure you, the “key players” behind the Georgia Guidestones remain well hidden from the public, though this webpage includes a photograph of at least some of them.

    The makers of The Georgia Guidestones Movie from the Limited Perspective YouTube channel

    I include these videos as the first section of one of the most important pages on this website because they provide a good introduction to the subject and invaluable local flavor, but more importantly because they introduce yet another subterfuge as to why the Georgia Guidestones were created. They were created by a very special splinter group within of the progeny of Jove. Do they know about these videos? Were they involved in their production? I cannot say for sure. I have my doubts. But the timing of The Georgia Guidestones Movie is suspicious.

    As you can see, it is eight seconds short of 1:08. I feel as if this timing is somehow taunting me. Were the real backers of the Georgia Guidestones involved in round two of this deliberate deception? If so, one must remember that these men are trying to share arcana rightly regarded as some of the most protected information in the history of mankind. Perhaps this is why The Georgia Guidestones Movie was released in 2012, the year of another great deception.

    Thank you to Sunn Fornuft Fornyet for alerting me to both the existence of these YouTubes and the importance of the monument’s location in relation to the 2017 solar eclipse. Here I want to quote from an email he sent to me:

    “Another random thing I noticed a few days ago is that in the official story they originally planned on placing the Guidestones somewhere between Hancock and Augusta County, instead of Elberton. That entire area is outside of the totality boarder where the total eclipse occurred. If they wanted the Guidestones in a place where totality would happen in 2017 then the official story isn’t completely true…”

    As I hope this section has made perfectly clear, the suggestion that the location of the Georgia Guidestones was anything less than meticulous planeed in the finest tradition of the progeny of Jove is one of the main purposes of this multi-layer deception. For if everyone knew what I do, they would be greatly concerned about the significance of this apocalyptic monument, one of the most important “end times markers” discussed on this website. I pray now that I have finally published this information that Sunn will share his other Georgia Guidestones research.

    Hush Money

    Then I noticed something else. The Freemasons in Elberton, Georgia were rewarded with a new lodge building for their part in the Fort Dodge, Iowa deception.

    This is the old Philomathea Masonic Lodge #25 building in Elberton, Georgia, which was dedicated in 1891

    I find it interesting that the Freemasons in Elberton could afford to build a new lodge not long after the Georgia Guidestones were built.

    The new Philomathea Masonic Lodge #25 in Elberton, Georgia is dedicated exactly 108 years after the original, possibly as compensation for their involvement in this project.

    The Georgia Guidestones damn sure were not designed by Yankees. In light of the too numerous to list inconsistencies in the story of why “R.C. Christian” decided on Elberton, Georgia as the location for the Georgia Guidestones and in particular because of the rather amateurish cube deception, the involvement of the local Elberton Freemasons is beyond question. They were wading knee deep in this deception all through the filming of “Dark Clouds Over Elberton.”

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    In the history of end-time markers, none is more important than the Georgia Guidestones. In one sense, they are what they appear to be. But in order to fully understand them, you must understand the entirety of my work. And only a handful of people will ever achieve that before the end. I admire the men who erected this monument to no end, and they damn sure were not two Yankees.

    The great-grandchildren of the Southern Freemasons who were defeated in the Civil War when the United States of America effectively ceased to exist used the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey as inspiration when designing the Georgia Guidestones. In turn, Stanley Kubrick was using the monolith as a reference to the Great Pyramid of Giza. (It is a documented fact that Kubrick originally was going to use a pyramid instead of a monolith.)

    Nothing, I repeat, nothing reminds me more of the banality of the intellectual life I am forced to live, surrounded by a people who are so sure they understand everything, than the Georgia Guidestones. We should show the same respect and awe for them as do the apes in the opening scenes of 2001: A Space Odyssey. For once, a very special and unique group within the progeny of Jove have told us in plain and simple language that over seven billion people are about to die a sudden and violent death.

    Popular Misconceptions


    Speaking of banality…

    I live in the same town as Aaron & Melissa. Yet they will not acknowledge my work on the Georgia Guidestones. This is life for me. This is the price I pay for pursuing the truth. Conservative society shuns me, would-be saviours of the world attack me, and even radical intellectuals avoid me like the plague. There is not, nor has there ever been, a place in this world for me.

    So here is what a respectable Austin, Texas couple has to say about the Georgia Guidestones (not long before their website was ravaged):

    “So this is what the Guidestones is. It’s a bunch of snotty rich douchebags trying to tell everyone else how to live, and who should die, and that they know everything…”

    —Melissa Dykes, TruthStream Media, The Georgia Guidestones Have Officially Been Updated with the Year 2014 at 4:17 into the video on the Truthstream Media YouTube channel

    Wow! Thank you, Melissa. I just wish for one moment you could fully realize that as I listen to this mindless rant all I can think to myself is how perfectly you are describing how I feel about what you are saying in this video, and this is coming from a fellow Austinite and one of your biggest fans. I have promoted you and Mr. Aaron Dykes from the beginning of this website. TruthStream figures prominently on page № 107. Highly Recommended News Sources. It always will.

    But this, Melissa dear, in your own words, is…

    bullshit

    What were you thinking? Yea sure, the Freemasons in Atlanta are just going to break with 2,600 years of tradition and announce to the whole world that over seven billion people are about to die a sudden and violent death. It’s okay. We all make mistakes. It’s just harder for us because we make them in public. If you ever backtrack and admit that you’re wrong and I’m right, I would like to buy you and Aaron as much beer as you can drink in one night at the bar in The Driskill. Just don’t try deleting this YouTube video. I made a copy. We must all answer for our mistakes however painful that may be.

    Proverbs 23:7
    as he thinketh in his heart, so is he

    Bend my friend. I know you can do it. Yield to the truth(stream).

    Let me set the record straight for the Great State of Texas and the men who fought to save our country from the European Illuminati during what is erroneously remembered as the Civil War. Because that’s what this is, Melissa. This is about the South. This is about the United States of America that could have been had we not lost the war. Am I promoting slavery or advocating prejudice. Hell no! Slavery as an institution was doomed, and not because of the abolitionists in the North prior to the start of the Civil War. The characterization of that war as being fought to free African slaves is one of the greatest lies in all of history, dwarfing even 9-11. Had the South not been deliberately provoked by the European Illuminati in the North, the South would have done the right thing and ended slavery itself. In fact, one could rightly argue that it was Atlanta, Georgia that gave birth to Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights movement.

    “Oh, do not cry. Be good children, and we shall all meet in Heaven … I want to meet you all, white and black, in Heaven.” —General Robert E. Lee

    —Last recorded words, spoken to his grandchildren and negro slaves from his deathbed, as quoted in The National Preacher (1845) by Austin Dickinson, p. 192.

    No one is talking about slavery, unless by that you are referring to the Federal Reserve System instituted by the European Illuminati who won the Civil War and permanently derailed the United States of America. That is what this is all about. Not African-American or chattel slavery, but the slavery of a nation. Debt slavery.

    The Babylonian captivity for “We the People of the United States” has been the Federal Reserve system and an oppressive federal government that has strangled the intellectual life of a nation in order to subjugate it to the will of the European illuminati who regard us as little more than the walking dead.

    The Georgia Guidestones are so grossly misunderstood because no one is allowing for subtlety on the part of their designers. The messages it encodes are in the highest tradition of the progeny of Jove, but it is being treated as little more than expensive graffiti chiseled into granite.

    The message is being lost in the process. This cannot be. This message is important beyond measure.

    For the first time in history, a very special and unique outcrop within the progeny of Jove (think Knights Templar, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, European Illuminati, Jesuits and Black Pope), people who possess specific knowledge about the end times that has been carefully preserved from previous world ages, are speaking directly to the masses. I am in awe of them. For once, someone is speaking out on behalf of the masses.

    When I try to thank of an appropriate analogy for the Georgia Guidestones from an intellectual perspective, there is only one. The Freemasons of the South hoisted a pirate flag on March 22, 1980. It was a bold move in open defiance of their age-old tradition of secrecy. For it really does not matter what anyone thinks to the contrary, those stones are announcing the fact that the world is about to be utterly and completely destroyed. Ignore the message if you want, attack it in mindless ignorance, or learn from it what you may. The choice is yours. But if you want to learn, keep reading. I am in the process of unlocking its secrets.

    Thanks to the incredibly shallow analysis of their meaning, the Georgia Guidestones suffer constant graffiti attacks by misguided Southerners and are tossed onto the same intellectual trash heap as the Maya Long Count calendar. In so doing, our ignorance is without measure. This must stop. The truth must be told. Two Yankees did not erect the Georgia Guidestones. This was a ridiculously shallow deception which has lead to a number of popular misconceptions that this webpage is dedicated to correcting.

    The Fort “Dodge,” Iowa Ruse


    But what about the film “Darks Clouds Over Elberton,” you ask? To which I would unhesitatingly reply

    “There’s a sucker born every minute”

    This famous quote “There’s a sucker born every minute” is usually attributed to P. T. Barnum (shown on the left). What does this quote have to do with the Georgia Guidestones? Surprisingly, it may be the key to understanding them for some people. I know the language of the progeny of Jove. I know how they think. I’ve developed a sixth sense for their symbolism. So I did not need to uncover the Iowa deception to know that the Georgia Guidestones are their work. It is self-evident to me that the Georgia Guidestones are a truly profound message from the Freemasons who were defeated in the Civil War to the European Illuminati who have controlled this country ever since.

    Fort Dodge, Iowas is famous for

    Did Dr. Herbert H. Kersten of Fort Dodge, Iowa design the Georgia Guidestones as is suggested in the film Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones? This story reminds me of an old trick used by pirates to hide their treasure. At first they would dig very deep and bury the real treasure. Then they would partially fill the hole and throw in some valuables so that anyone digging in the right location would think they found the real treasure.

    I do not mean to disparage the character of Dr. J. Michael Bennett and Christian J. Pinto, the two men who produced the film Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones, but their lack of respect for the wishes of the elderly Wyatt C Martin in uncovering the identities (plural) of R.C. Christian (discussed below) was well anticipated. They found the smaller treasure. That was by design. They were meant to find it. Neither of those two men know anything about the men who designed the Georgia Guidestones. They think they do, but they do not. The following quote is from their own film.

    The sophistication of the Cardiff Giant “There’s a sucker born every minute” and Fort “Dodge” deception alone should tell you that we are dealing with highly intelligent individuals here. Iowa is a ruse. The Georgia Guidestones were built and paid for by Southern men of the highest character, namely the Atlanta Freemasons.

    THE RETURN ADDRESS

    “The money was sent to me from various cities, remailing services in the United States because he didn’t want it to come from his town.”” —Wyatt C Martin

    The letter from Dr. Herbert H. Kersten to Wyatt Martin sent from his home in Fort Dodge, Iowa that includes a return address. This is the letter used by the producers of “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” to identify R.C. Christian. The only “dark cloud” I see here is over Dr. J. Michael Bennett and Christian J. Pinto, the producers

    Dr. Herbert H. Kersten does not “wish to remain unnamed.” Sometime in 2003, he called Joe Fendley and offered to revel his true identity (1:17:36 into “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” film). He is using the pseudonym R.C. Christian because he was told too, if in fact that was even him in Elberton in 1979 and not an actor the Atlanta Freemasons hired to impersonate him. “R.C. Christian” is part of the message to the Illuminati, a reminder of their common origin in the Rosicrucians.

    We are being asked to believe that while Dr. Herbert H. Kersten was sending letters to Wyatt Martin from his home in Fort Dodge, Iowa that included not only U.S. postage cancelation stamps naming his home town but actual return addresses, that he was paying for a remailing service to send cash “from various cities” to pay for the monument. Now that’s nuts. I believe that there is a good chance Dr. Herbert H. Kersten never knew anything about the Georgia Guidestones. He most certainly did not pay for them. That money was coming from the Freemasons in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Now suppose you are an Atlanta Freemason and you want to choose a city in the north to use as “R.C. Christian’s” hometown as part of a ruse to suggest that the Georgia Guidestones were designed by Yankees. Fort Dodge would be a brilliant choice for two reasons. The first is that Fort Dodge is the hometown of the Cardiff Giant, “one of the most famous hoaxes in American history” (Wikipedia), which gave rise to the now famous saying, There’s a sucker born every minute. The second reason for picking Fort “Dodge” is the name itself.

    It is quite possible that Dr. Herbert H. Kersten was chosen with the same care as Fort Dodge, Iowa and that he never even heard of the Georgia Guidestones, that all of his letters were forgeries mailed from his hometown by a Freemason who regularly attends lodge meetings in Atlanta.

    There are a host of other reasons why Fort Dodge, Iowa smacks of deception.

    THE CAPITAL LETTER “G” (AS IN FREEMASON SYMBOLS) IS EVERYWHERE

    Dr. Herbert H. Kersten was not a Freemason. Though a physician in his hometown, he was not even a very well respected man. Yet the capital letter “G” is splattered all over this monument. Someone had to name them “Georgia Guidestones.” I hope you can see the “GG” connection to the most sacred of Freemason symbols. And then of course there is the Georgia Guidestones Guidebook (GGG). And then there is the “Guidestones Group” mentioned on the black granite plaque. Another GG. Why so many Gs? This doesn’t exactly require a genius to answer this question. It was at best a shallow deception. I cannot even take it seriously.

    DEEDING THE PROPERTY TO ELBERTON COUNTY

    This is the Bible Belt. Deeding the property to Elberton County was a risky proposition. We are being told this is the legacy of one man concerned for the future welfare of mankind. Suppose Elberton County decides they don’t want the Yankee monument any longer. It’s causing too much trouble in the nearby conservative, Southern Baptist communities. Your life savings and legacy may get bulldozed into the ground one day after you’re gone. But if in fact it was designed and paid for by the power elite in nearby Atlanta, deeding it to Elberton County was a safe and easy way to protect your identity.

    WHY GEORGIA IN THE FIRST PLACE?

    The following is one of my notes from watching the “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” film.

    17:43 (verbatim)
    Exactly why the stranger chose the town of Elberton is not completely known. According to Wyatt Martin, the man’s appearance seem to come from out of nowhere. “He had flown in from Atlanta, rented a car, and was just driving down wha I call Granite Row. And he stopped at what he thought was a reputable looking company and went in and introduced himself as R.C. Christian. I said how did you get interested [in Elberton, Georgia] and he said well during WWII at the beginning of that it was Army Air Corps and I actually took my basic training in the state of Georgia. And the best of my memory is that his grandmother was originally from Georgia.”

    So we are being asked to believe that a couple of Yankees from Fort Dodge, Iowa came to this small town in Elberton, Georgia and spent a small fortune to build something they decided to call the Georgia Guidestones (see the bottom of The “G” in Freemasonry is for Granite section) because one of them took basic training in Georgia or possible because his grandmother lived there. What about the other guy? Maybe he wanted it closer to home.

    Texas, Massachusetts, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Georgia are the top producers of granite in the U.S. These granite quarries account for approximately 64 percent of the countries production. In 2016, natural stone was being produced at 276 quarries, in 34 states.

    The largest open face granite quarry in the world is located in Mount Airy, North Carolina, also known as “The Granite City.” Established in 1743, the North Carolina Granite Corporation has been harvesting stone at the site for more than 150 years. —About Marble and Granite Quarries in America by Marble.com Staff

    And what about the additional expense. Granite quarries are not in short supply. Why Georgia? Why so far away. Elberton, Georgia granite is mostly used for gravestones and mausoleums. They is much prettier granite (such as pure white or black) in quarries closer to Iowa. No this monument is in Elberton because it is being paid for by Atlanta Freemasons and the fact that the granite from Elberton is mostly used for gravestones and mausoleums is particular appropriate. Over seven billion people are about to die. And this is a kind of living gravestone for all of them.

    A Chronology of Events


    Timing is everything

    As discussed in detail in The Significance of the Location section below, the Georgia Guidestones are an “end times” message from the Freemasons of the South who once controlled the United States of America to the European Illuminati who took control of it after they won the Civil War. They are also an important message for the New World in case no one survives what is about to happen. But the timing of the Georgia Guidestones that should make you think the most. They were unveiled 33 years before the actual end date of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar in 2013. We are indeed “right at the door.”

    Chronology of Events

    June 1979 A Friday afternoon. A man who called himself “R C Christian” walks into The Elberton Granite Finishing Company and meets with the President, Joe H. Fendley Sr., a Scottish Rite and York Rite 32 degree Mason and member of the Philomathea Masonic Lodge #25 in Elberton, Georgia. Mr. Fendley was the first man in Elberton, Georgia to meet R.C Christian. Joe Fendley built the Georgia Guidestones. He was also the President of Pyramid Quarries Inc (notably off highway 72) where the granite for the Georgia Guidestones was quarried. As you can see in this Chronology, the unveiling of the Georgia Guidestones was only nine months later. On the same day, Mr. Christian went to the Granite City Bank in Elberton, which no longer exists. There he met with the bank President Wyatt C Martin, who served as the financial intermediary for the project.

    October 1, 1979 Wyatt C Martin arranged for the purchase of fives acres of farmland from from Mildred and Wayne Mullenix and deeded it to Elbert County.

    March 22, 1980 the unveiling

    March 1981 publication of the Georgia Guidestones Guidebook

    1986 Common Sense Renewed is published

    1992 Robert Merryman who published Common Sense Renewed (according to Stoyles Graphic Services in Lake Mills, Iowa) dies

    1999 New Philomathea Masonic Lodge #25 in Elberton, Georgia dedicated

    2003 R.C. Christian calls Joe Fendley and offers to reveal his true identity (1:17:36 into “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” film)

    May 30, 2005 Joe H. Fendley Sr. dies at age 70 (link)

    September 11th, 2009 “granite cube was stolen [ie. a notch was chiseled] from the top of Elbert County Guidestones” (WSGC Radio)

    September 3, 2014 supposedly the earliest known photograph of the cube after it was installed on an unknown date (unknown source but The Georgia Guidestones Have Officially Been Updated with the Year 2014 Truthstream Media video was posted September 21, 2014)

    August 7, 2013 David Stephens of WSGC Radio, Elberton reports STOLEN GUIDESTONE CUBE RECOVERED UNEXPECTEDLY

    September 25, 2014 cube publicly destroyed (Georgia Guide Stone- 2014 stone removal 9/25/14 from the copperheadrr1 channel)

    July 31, 2015 “Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones” DVD released

    SPECIAL LINK: Georgia Guidestones Guidebook (alternatively on wired.com or archive.org)
    Original Wired.com Article: AMERICAN STONEHENGE: MONUMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POST-APOCALYPSE, April 20, 2009 (must read)
    Coordinates: 34° 13′ 55″ N, -82° 53′ 40″ W (from Georgia Guidestones Guidebook)

    Is “MAINTAIN HUMANITY UNDER 500,000,000” post-apocalyptic guidance?


    “The Georgia Guidestones monument encourages humanity to establish a limit for human numbers.”

    Common Sense Renewed, p. 128, “Final Note” of the Third Edition

    This “Final Note” to the Third Edition is part of the deception discussed above.

    I want to start by quoting someone I admire and respect, particularly for her research capability.

    …some people have said that the guidestones are not about giving us information people living now here. This is actually about a message for people rebuilding in the future. Well that’s actually not true. And the reason I can say that it’s not true is because this is the Guidestones’ official booklet that they put out. There’s a whole lengthy explanation in here of what this is about. They say it’s a message for us now. And they lay it all out as to what it means, what it’s about and how we’re supposed to take each one of these guides. I mean it’s all in here. And so this is definitely not a message for some far off day after an armageddon has taken place and they’re trying to rebuild the planet. It’s not guides for those people. This is something they want us to do now…

    So this is what the Guidestones is. It’s a bunch of snotty rich douchebags trying to tell everyone else how to live, and who should die, and that they know everything…

    —Mellissa Dykes, TruthStream Media, The Georgia Guidestones Have Officially Been Updated with the Year 2014 at 4:17 into the video

    It pains me to listen to the tirade on this video. Mellissa & Aaron Dykes are brilliant researchers, but they could not possibly be more wrong in their interpretation of the Georgia Guidestones. I was glad to hear them speak in a more respectful tone in their more recent What Is the Real Secret of the Georgia Guidestones? video published November 23, 2017.

    However, I am grateful to Mellissa Dykes for so forcefully framing the issue. Nothing about the Georgia Guidestones is more important than the question, Why do they exist? Here is the title of Wired Magazine’s article on the subject.

    This article, dated April 20, 2009 begins, “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.” The third poaragraph states, “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.” This “most widely agreed upon” interpretation of the Georgia Guidestones is in stark contrast to what Mellissa Dykes says. Who is right? The question of whether or no the Georgia Guidestones is port-apocalyptic or not is discussed in this section.

    Nothing disturbs me more than the universal failure to understand the new First Commandment. I have yet to find a single person who can read what the stone actually says without inserting their own perverted misunderstanding. In the very bowels of my soul, I wrestle to know if the progeny of Jove are good or evil. Indeed, I openly admit that I may have invented The Nine as a sort of prayer that some higher intelligence is guiding them. The Georgia Guidestones gives me hope in that sense. There is no other subject on the face of the entire earth to which Shakespeare’s statement that “there is nothing either good nor bad, but thinking makes it so” is more applicable. Having said that, when I hear someone substitute words of their own fanciful imagination for what is in front of their owns eyes and then pass judgement on a evil doer of the own conjuring, all I can think of is that I am surrounded in this life by sick minds that project themselves onto everything they touch. It is stuff like this that forces me more and more with each passing day into the mindset of the progeny of Jove. What does it matter that billions are about to die? They are useless eaters.

    Now let me get down off my high horse and remember that it is those “useless eaters” who I seek to enlighten. Please do me a favor, and read the new First Commandment for yourself. Read what’s on the stone. Not what’s in your mind. And do not let others tell you what it means. This is not unlike the 9/11 problem. I’ve added some bold-red emphasis to help you.

    Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

    Okay, stay with me now. What is the definition of “maintain”?

    Do you see anything in this definition that says restrict, limit, reduce, cull, kill off, genocide, or mass murder? No! That is not what it says. It says maintain. This is a post-apocalyptic commandment. These stones are not meant for us. They are meant for the New World. That is why the new Ten Commandments are written in the eight most popular languages on the planet. The Georgia Guidestones are also a Rosetta Stone for the New World. The author is not sure who will survive. My god, if you fail to realize this, you fail to grasp the their real significance, which is that we are “right at the door” exactly as Christ Jesus said. Now, please, I beg you, tell me why I am the only person who can see this because I always read it that way, from the first time I saw the Georgia Guidestones until now.

    In June 1979, a man using the pseudonym Robert C. Christian approached the Elberton Granite Finishing Company on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans”, and commissioned the structure. Christian explained that the stones would function as a compass, calendar and clock, and should be capable of withstanding catastrophic events. —Wikipedia, Georgia Guidestones [bold-red emphasis added

    “The monument stands at an approximate elevation of 750 feet (230 m) above sea level” (Wikipedia). Although the Georgia Guidestones may be on some of the highest ground in Elbert County, supposedly the highest ground in that county, 750 feet is not high ground. In fact, the Georgia Guidestones are not far from surface water, the Savannah River. No, the location (the significance of which is discussed below) has nothing to do with high ground beyond the fact that nothing could obstruct the view from the monument and therefore possibly interfere with the functionality of the astronomic features discussed below. To survive an Atlantic ocean megatsunamis in Georgia, you would have to be atop the Pine Mountain Range. However, the Georgia Guidestones are designed in such a way that regardless of the direction from which the Atlantic Ocean megatsunamis wave hits after the coming axial tilt, no more than two of the huge granite slabs should fall and they are too heavy to be washed back out into the ocean. So whoever finds the Georgia Guidestones (they will doubtless use a different name) in the New World can reassemble them for posterity. The next time you hear someone telling you that the new First Commandment is somehow evil, stop listening and walk away. You need to hear the message of the Georgia Guidestones. Keep reading and I will tell you what they really mean.

    NOTES FOR EXPANDING THIS SECTION

    SWAHILI IN ELBERTON, GEORGIA

    This is a tourist thing, right? I mean of course there is always the possibility that someone from Africa who doesn’t speak English will visit this little backwater town and want to read the new Ten Commandments in his native language. I don’t think so. The Georgia Guidestones are also a Rosetta Stone for the New World. The author is not sure who will survive. My god, if you fail to realize this, you fail to grasp the their real significance, which is that we are “right at the door” exactly as Christ Jesus said.

    in stark contrast to the impression left in the mind of the aging as to the purpose of the “gnomon pole”

    The Significance of the Location


    See also: № 54. Civil War (1861 – 1865): Rise of the Illuminati

    This was the first national flag of the Confederate States of America. It had 13 stars which included the states of Kentucky and Missouri.In this section I argue that the Civil War was not about slavery or fundamentally different economic systems. It was about the Illuminati from Europe taking control of the country. I ask that you watch the following two videos, the first from the № 54. Civil War (1861 – 1865): Rise of the Illuminati page and the second from the № 11. Society of Jesus (Jesuits) page so that you might have some conceptual framework in which to understand this reality. This first video was a recent discovery, as with all their work, videos produced by TruthStreamMedia.com (one of a handful of my highly recommended news sources) are of exceptionally high calibre.

    “Secret History of the Order of the Illuminati” from the Truthstream Media channel:

    This second video is a good substitute for the overpriced college and university educations of today.

    “‘The Jesuits’ or ‘The Society of Jesus’: Historians Expose Conspiracy to Rule the World” from the BibleOrTraditions channel:

    Like it or not, if the Freemasons founded the United States of America, the soul of this country is and always has been in the South. This is the “law of opposites” I speak about on my homepage at work. Nothing is as it seems. You want to know why the United States of America is so stupid as to have a Federal Reserve? That is because we lost the Civil War and the European Illuminati took control of this country. We are still paying the price to this very day.

    (Please do not take this to mean I condone prejudice. I most certainly do not. I have fought it my entire life, even to the point that my first trip into the deep South scared the hell out of me.)

    “The fall of Atlanta was a critical point in the Civil War. Its much publicized fall gave confidence to the Northerners. Together with the Battle of Mobile Bay, the fall of Atlanta led to the re-election of Abraham Lincoln and the eventual surrender of the Confederacy.”

    —Wikipedia, Civil War and Reconstruction: 1861–1871

    What is the symbolic location of the Georgia Guidestones? Is it Elberton, Georgia, the “Granite Capital of the World?” No. The “Granite Capital of the World” has a very specific meaning discussed below, but the symbolic location of the Georgia Guidestones is Atlanta, Georgia, the capital. In order for you to fully understand my answer to this question, I encourage you to read № 54. Civil War (1861 – 1865): Rise of the Illuminati. The following is an excerpt from that page.

    Maintenance Note: More or less the same statement exists in Freemasonry was a Southern Institution section of the № 54. Civil War (1861 – 1865): Rise of the Illuminati page.

    You cannot understand my work without radically changing your concept of the Civil War. It was not a War Between the States. It was a war between the Freemasons who founded the United States of America and the European Illuminati (read bankers), the very same Illuminati that George Washington vilified.

    You really must read Dire Warnings from George Washington on the № 10. History of the Illuminati page to fully understand this subject. Although the African-American population benefited from the Civil War, it was not fought on their behalf. The abolitionists were tools. Please allow me to repeat this most critical of points, the Civil War was not a War Between the States. It was a war between the Freemasons who founded the United States of America and the Illuminati from Europe, the very same Illuminati who continue to pillage this country on a daily basis through that most vile of institutions, the Federal Reserve.

    We are not done with this conversation about the significance of the location. Elberton, Georgia is the “Granite Capital of the World” in part because they export tens or hundreds of thousands of granite gravestones and mausoleums every year.

    Tucked away in the northeastern Georgia Piedmont between the Savannah and Broad rivers lies the city of Elberton, also known as the granite capital of the world. Currently, more than 150 sheds and manufacturing plants turn rough blocks of granite extracted from 45 area quarries into finished memorials, markers, and mausoleums. These granite products are subsequently shipped to customers all over the world. At least one monument or marker made from Elberton’s granite has been placed in all fifty states; the granite is also found in several foreign countries. In recent years Elberton’s stone industry has produced an average of 250,000 granite markers and monuments annually. In all, a total of 280 separate companies operated businesses in granite production or related services in Elberton in 2003. —New Georgia Encyclopedia, Granite, accessed December 26, 2018

    This has a double meaning in the symbolism of the Georgia Guidestones. It harkens back to the countless deaths in the Civil War, but it also foreshadows the coming axial tilt. Finally, there is the Pyramid Quarry where the granite for the Georgia Guidestones was quarried. This is the cherry on the location symbolism cake. The Freemasons trace themselves back to ancient Egypt and this is an obvious reference to the Great Pyramid of Giza.

    The unfinished pyramid upon its reverse side is a trestleboard setting forth symbolically the task to the accomplishment of which the United States Government was dedicated from the day of its inception. —Manly P.Hall

    I believe very strongly that the character of Samuel Elbert, for whom both Elbert County and the city of Elberton are named, is an important and vital part of the message of the Freemasons to the Illuminati who control what I have dubbed the Vault Profound. He was first and foremost a Freemason leader.

    Sometime during the War for independence, Samuel Elbert, American soldier and later Governor of Georgia, was “elected” Provincial Grand Master [of Solomon’s Lodge, the first Freemason lodge in Georgia]. On December 15, 1786, Brother Elbert resigned as Provincial Grand Master so that the independent Grand Lodge of Georgia might be formed. —HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY IN GEORGIA

    But he is also a statesman, a sheriff, a highly compassionate man, a brave soldier, and loyal to the fledgling United States of America. They are appealing to the Illuminati’s sense of decency by associating their message with this man. Just read some of what Wikipedia says about him.

    In 1785, Elbert wrote in a letter to George Walton, “It is a pity that the people on our Frontiers will behave so cruelly toward those poor savages; not contented with having the lands, but to rob, beat and abuse them likewise is enough to bring down Divine vengeance on their heads.”

    Battle of Brier Creek

    Although Elbert was a brigadier general in the Georgia Militia, he was still a colonel in the Continental Army at this time and was in command of one of three divisions under General Ashe. On March 3, 1779, the British launched a surprise attack and quickly routed Ashe’s main army. Ash disappeared into the woods, ostensibly to rally his scattered troops. The remaining left wing, under General Elbert, was driven back against Brier Creek. With Brier creek behind him and surrounded on all other sides by the enemy, Elbert and Lieutenant Colonel John McIntosh together with 60 Continentals and 150 Georgia militiamen, made a heroic effort to turn the fortune of battle without any help from the other two divisions. In the words of the Georgia Historical Commission, Elbert’s small regiment “made one of the most gallant stands against overwhelming odds of the Revolutionary War.” The British Army was forced to bring up its reserves and, with all hope of escape or victory gone, Elbert surrendered the remnants of his command. More than half of the 150 men killed were Elbert’s men. Elbert himself was about to be bayoneted when he was recognized as a Mason by a British officer who ordered his life spared.

    There is ample reason to believe that, if the other two divisions had fought with the tenacity of Elbert’s command, things might have turned out differently, especially since General Andrew Williamson was on his way with 1200 men and General Griffith Rutherford was coming with 800 men to reinforce the army at Brier. As it was, General Lincoln’s plan to win control of the South and bring the war to an end resulted in disaster. General Ashe was later accused of cowardice for leaving the field of battle while Elbert was still engaged, but since nothing could be proved, a court of inquiry found Ashe only guilty of gross neglect.

    Elbert remained a prisoner on parole in the British camp for more than a year. During this time, he was accorded great respect and kindness. The British made every effort to suborn his allegiance, offering promotion, honors and other rewards, but he remained loyal to the American cause. ―Wikipedia, Samuel Elbert [bold-red emphasis added]

    To the extent that erecting the Georgia Guidestones was controversial within the progeny of Jove, I intuitively think a British office sparing his life during the Battle of Brier Creek may be the central message of associating the Georgia Guidestones with Samuel Elbert. He is reported to have “displayed” a Masonic distress (some unknown combination of a gesture and spoken words) which includes speaking the phrase “Is there no help for the widow’s son?” If the designer’s of the Georgia Guidestones have crossed some line, I think they are using Samuel Elbert to essentially say the same thing to the progeny of Jove.

    At another level, the Freemasons are saying, “This is who you defeated in the Civil War.” And in that sense, they are expressing their own independence in these end times. I honestly did not think anyone within the Freemasons organization (after the formation of the CIA in 1947) knew what is about to happen. I remain utterly convinced the overwhelming, vast majority of them do not. But whoever is behind the Georgia Guidestones exhibits a strength of character I associate only with the progeny of Jove. They know.

    Robert Merryman of Lake MIlls, Iowa. He was the author of Common Sense Renewed (but not the man who went to Elberton, Georgia

    The Identity of R.C. Christian (“Dark Clouds over Elberton”)


    Link to Film: Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones (Amazon) (Vimeo) (not available on Netflix)

    R.C. Christian has two identities. Both of these men live in Iowa. But these are not the men who designed the Georgia Guidestones. Iowa is a ruse.

    The multiple identities of R.C. Christian are established in the film Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones. The man who flew to Elberton, Georgia in June 1979 was reported to be Dr. Herbert H. Kersten of Fort Dodge, Iowa. But this man was only known to three people in Elberton, Georgia.

          1. Joe H. Fendley Sr (owner of The Elberton Granite Finishing Company and Pyramid Quarries from which the granite was quarried). Joe H. Fendley Sr. was a Scottish Rite and York Rite 32 degree Mason and member of the Philomathea Masonic Lodge #25 in Elberton, Georgia. This is the Freemason who built the Georgia Guidestones. You can be sure he knew the whole story behind the construction of the Georgia Guidestones, though it is quite possible that even he did not fully understand the symbolism and message they convey. Died May 30, 2005
          2. Wyatt C Martin (former President of Granite City Bank in Elberton who served as a financial intermediary). Granite City Bank no longer exists
          3. Hudson Cone (former Editor for the Graniteer Magazine) who claims to be the third and last man to meet R.C. Christian while he was in Elberton

    Personally, I think the choice of a banker to lead this deception of the public is an important part of the message of the Georgia Guidestones and in keeping with everything said on page № 11. The centuries old War between the Bankers and Purveyors of Wisdom.

    Common Sense Renewed, Robert Merryman, p. 7

    However, the man who published the book Common Sense Renewed in 1986 using the pseudonym Robert Christian was a different person. His name was Robert Merryman of Lake MIlls, Iowa. He was the general manager of The Messenger, a newspaper in Fort Dodge, Iowa. We note in passing that the name of Robert Merryman’s newspaper, “The Messenger” is something of a perfect coincidence, not like the name Fort “Dodge.” It all seems a little too perfect. And then there is the fact that the Elberton Granite Association was selling copies of Common Sensed Renewed, which makes no sense. And in another one of their unforgivable lapses, the checks were made payable to Joe Fendley,

    At 1:36:31 into the film “Dark Clouds Over Elberton,” an acquaintance of Robert Merryman named Harris Honsey is asked “How certain are you that [Robert Merryman] was the author of [Common Sense Renewed]? He answered, “I am very certain. I think that’s, I always believed that…I was under the assumption that he wrote it. That would be my answer…I guess I never really considered that anyone else wrote it. Bob wrote it.”

    You must always remember that the producers of “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” were tools, instruments of a deception that would have you believe the Georgia Guidestones are the work of a Yankee. The only thing this film got right was that the progeny of Jove are white supremacists and eugenicists. The identity of the men behind the Georgia Guidestones was obscured by the film, not revealed.

    In some ways, I think the original Wired article AMERICAN STONEHENGE: MONUMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POST-APOCALYPSE, dated April 20, 2009, is more valuable than this film, but in truth “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” is an invaluable source of information about deception. Here are my notes from having watched it at least a dozen times.

    Dark Clouds Over Elberton (2015) complete documentary from the LTTE 77 YouTube Channel

    Film Notes:

    8:32 (verbatim)
    “And you have to remember that this was done at a time when Russia and the US was threatening each other with nuclear missiles in the time of the Cold War.” According to Wyatt Matin the original purpose of the monument was to provide guidance for humanity in the event of a nuclear holocaust, one that might require rebuilding civilization. “I can remember in the days in the 60s going down through Florida there and you would see fallout shelters built along the areas of the lakes there were I was fishing and people at one time had a great fear of that occurring. We had to elicit the services of people like from the University of Georgia to show us how to drill the hole up through the gnomon pole where you could look at night and see Polaris the northern-most star because if this worldwide calamity had arisen, you could have gone back and found the Northern Star again. With the sun coming through the slots drilled down through the gnomon pole when the sun rises on the shortest day of the year it shines at a different angle through there so you can tell the shortest day. On the longest day of the year it will shine out the other way. And you can therefore establish the calendar again. So you could reestablish the compass and the calendar.

    17:43 (verbatim)
    Exactly why the stranger chose the town of Elberton is not completely known. According to Wyatt Martin, the man’s appearance seem to come from out of nowhere. “He had flown in from Atlanta, rented a car, and was just driving down wha I call Granite Row. And he stopped at what he thought was a reputable looking company and went in and introduced himself as R.C. Christian. I said how did you get interested [in Elberton, Georgia] and he said well during WWII at the beginning of that it was Army Air Corps and I actually took my basic training in the state of Georgia. And the best of my memory is that his grandmother was originally from Georgia.”

    19:11
    Joe Fendley’s daughter says she thinks they burnt everything he had in connection to R.C. Christian, including possibly the Georgia Guidestones model.

    30:09
    Wayne Mullenix says he and Joe Fendley were in the Masons and Shriners together

    32:29
    Wayne Mullenix says “I said, You know out there out my house you know would be a good place. And like I said Joe and I were real close friends, and he said, Are you serious? And I said I think it will suit the requirements that he is asking for. And it wasn’t but just a day or two that Joe called me back and said that Mr. Christian was coming and that he would like to look at that site. And I said well if you need me call me.” (This suggests possible local knowledge and collusion.)

    43:46 (verbatim)
    The Georgia Guidestones monument encourages humanity to establish a limit for human numbers. [Source: “Common Sense Renewed,” p. 128, —”Final Note” of the Third Edition]

    1:02:07
    Mart Clamp, caretaker for the Georgia Guidestones and son of Charlie Clamp, the artist responsible for sandblasting the lettering on the Georgia Guidestones, says “All of the men involved in this were Masons.” However, this is not exactly true. The former bank president Wyatt C Martin is not a Mason. I believe Mart Clamp meant to say all of the people who built the Georgia Guidestones were masons.

    1:06:55
    Within the paperwork given to us by Shirley McNeely, there was something that may provide insight into the original purpose of a time capsule and at the same time offer an explanation for the mysterious name R.C. Christian. What follows is from a strange document that we found among the records. The wording of it does not read like the other writings of Mr. Christian. It seems to have been composed by someone else, perhaps another member of the anonymous group behind the Guidestones.

    1:10:09
    We spoke with the Elberton Star newspaper who told us they know nothing about the message, and have never been given any mysterious keys. We also contacted the leaders of the Atlanta Rosicrucian Society, who declined to provide any official comment.

    1:16:38
    Hudson Cone, former Editor for the Graniteer Magazine and the third man to meet Mr. Christian in Elberton, Georgia says “But now people said that, What did he look like, Mr. Christian? I said he was bald about like myself except he had white hair up around here. He had very sharp features.”

    1:25:32 (verbatim in reference to the papers stored in the computer case)
    “Most of it is just drawing and correspondence and records of where I received money. The money was sent to me from various cities, remailing services in the United States because he didn’t want it to come from his town.”

    The stones must speak for themselves

    1:29:26 (Wyatt C. Martin reading a letter from R.C. Christian dated 14 July 1998)
    And he sent me packages of things to mail to other organizations that he thought would help to spread the word about the Guidestones.

    1:33:12 (Wyatt C. Martin reading a different, earlier letter from R.C. Christian date unknown)
    It can be stated that the individuals who sponsored the project are loyal American who believe in God and country. They wish to remain unnamed because the appeal of these stones is to all mankind and is not sectarian nor nationalistic or in any narrow sense politically [sic]. The stones must speak for themselves and to all who would take not they must appeal to believers and non-believers everywhere at all times.

    1:35:09
    We contacted the published of the book Common Sense Renewed at Stoyles Graphic Services. in Lake Mills, Iowa. We were told that the book had been published by a Mr. Robert Merryman

    1:37:42
    Fort Dodge is also famous for the Cardiff Giant, one of the great hoaxes of the ninetieth century

    1:49:54
    When [Robert Merryman] died [in 1992] he left $400,000 to the local diocese

    1:51:53
    Dr Kersten was a “racist to his fingertips”

    “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” DVD cover

    David Icke Review:

    ‘Dr. J. Michael Bennett is the associate producer and primary researcher behind the remarkable new documentary film, “Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones.” Combining new interviews with some of the key people involved in the guidestones construction with never-before-seen evidence and good old gumshoe detective work, the documentary reveals the identity of the guidestones’ pseudonymous creator, “R.C. Christian,” and in the process uncovers dark connections to the racist, Malthusian pseudoscience of eugenics.’ —David Icke, Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones, August 27, 2015

    Official Trailer:

    “DARK CLOUDS OVER ELBERTON: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones” from the AdullamFilms channel:

    “This is the trailer for the new documentary: “Dark Clouds Over Elberton: The True Story of the Georgia Guidestones” by Adullam Films. For more information, check out our website at: www.ADULLAMFILMS.com

    My involvement with the documentary

    In early 2010, I was involved with the development of the documentary, Dark Clouds over Elberton, a Chris Pinto production made with the assistance of Mike Bennett, the podcaster behind the “End Times” focused FutureQuake program. In addition to being filmed in numerous scenes, I also provided Pinto with my research and I arranged his interview with Wyatt C. Martin, the key figure in uncovering the identity of R.C. Christian. However, within a few days I withdrew from the project after witnessing unethical and disrespectful behavior from both Pinto and Bennett. Most importantly, Pinto and Bennett boastfully exploited Wyatt Martin’s trust – and ridiculed the man in the process — in order to covertly obtain R.C. Christian’s address in Ft. Dodge, Iowa.

    Wyatt C. Martin has maintained his vow to protect the identity of R.C. Christian since 1979. I deeply respect Martin and I consider him a man of rare character and morality.

    Martin had suffered a debilitating stroke only a few weeks before I arranged the Pinto/Bennett interview and Martin originally declined the interview until I vouched for the character of the pair. Consequently, I felt responsible for their betrayal on Wyatt Martin.

    I wrote a personal account of these incidents in March, 2010, almost immediately after I withdrew from the project. Again, it is a personal account and I never intended to publish it, but with the release of Dark Clouds Over Elberton, I feel it is necessary to include portions of it in a second article in order to preserve Wyatt C. Martin’s character and legacy.

    —Van’s Hardware Journal, Part 1: Iowa White Supremacist behind the Georgia Guidestones, accessed December 28, 2018 [RED emphasis added]

    A New Ten Commandments


    Population Control

    Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

    Designer Babies and Genetic Diversity (not necessarily eugenics in the sense of killing unwanted children)

    Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

    A Universal Language

    Unite humanity with a living new language.

    Intelligent Religion

    Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.

    Legal Jurisprudence

    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.

    The Ascendency of Wisdom

    Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.

    Respect for Nature

    Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

    The Explanatory Tablet and Black Granite Plaque


    What I (and others) refer to as the “explanatory tablet” shown below is referred to as a “ground marker” on the black granite plaque.

    Explanatory Tablet or “ground marker”
    Black granite plaque

    Until I can present this material in my own style, here is Wikipedia’s section (images removed and slightly reformatted) on the Explanatory tablet.

    Explanatory tablet

    A few feet to the west of the monument, an additional granite ledger has been set level with the ground. This tablet identifies the structure and the languages used on it lists various facts about the size, weight, and astronomical features of the stones, the date it was installed, and the sponsors of the project. It also speaks of a time capsule buried under the tablet, but spaces on the stone reserved for filling in the dates on which the capsule was buried and is to be opened have not been inscribed, so it is uncertain if the time capsule was put in place.

    The complete text of the explanatory tablet is detailed below. The tablet is somewhat inconsistent with respect to punctuation and misspells the word “pseudonym”. The original spelling, punctuation, and line breaks in the text have been preserved in the transcription which follows (letter case is not). At the top center of the tablet is written:

    The Georgia Guidestones
    Center cluster erected March 22, 1980

    Immediately below this is the outline of a square, inside which is written:

    Let these be guidestones to an Age of Reason

    Around the edges of the square are written translations to four ancient languages, one per edge. Starting from the top and proceeding clockwise, they are: Babylonian (in cuneiform script), Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Ancient Egyptian (in hieroglyphs).

    On the left side of the tablet is the following column of text:

    Astronomic Features
    1. Channel through stone
    indicates celestial pole
    2. Horizontal slot indicates
    annual travel of sun
    3. Sunbeam through capstone
    marks noontime throughout
    the year

    Author: R.C. Christian
    (a pseudonyn) [sic]

    Sponsors: A small group
    of Americans who seek
    the Age of Reason

    Time Capsule
    Placed six feet below this spot
    On
    To be opened on

    The words appear as shown under the time capsule heading; no dates are engraved.

    Physical data

    On the right side of the tablet is the following column of text (metric conversions added):

    PHYSICAL DATA

    1. OVERALL HEIGHT – 19 FEET 3 INCHES [5.87 m].
    2. TOTAL WEIGHT – 237,746 POUNDS [107,840 kg].
    3. FOUR MAJOR STONES ARE 16 FEET,
    FOUR INCHES [4.98 m] HIGH, EACH WEIGHING
    AN AVERAGE OF 42,437 POUNDS [19,249 kg].
    4. CENTER STONE IS 16 FEET, FOUR-
    INCHES [4.98 m] HIGH, WEIGHS 20,957
    POUNDS [9,506 kg].
    5. CAPSTONE IS 9-FEET, 8-INCHES [2.95 m]
    LONG, 6-FEET, 6-INCHES [1.98 m] WIDE;
    1-FOOT, 7-INCHES [0.48 m] THICK. WEIGHS
    24,832 POUNDS [11,264 kg].
    6. SUPPORT STONES (BASES) 7-FEET,
    4 INCHES [2.24 m] LONG 2-FEET [0.61 m] WIDE.
    1 FOOT, 4-INCHES [0.41 m] THICK, EACH
    WEIGHING AN AVERAGE OF 4,875
    POUNDS [2,211 kg].
    7. SUPPORT STONE (BASE) 4-FEET,
    2½ INCHES [1.28 m] LONG, 2-FEET, 2-INCHES [0.66 m]
    WIDE, 1-FOOT, 7-INCHES [0.48 m] THICK.
    WEIGHT 2,707 POUNDS [1,228 kg].
    8. 951 CUBIC FEET [26.9 m³] GRANITE.
    9. GRANITE QUARRIED FROM PYRAMID
    QUARRIES LOCATED 3 MILES [5 km] WEST
    OF ELBERTON, GEORGIA.

    Guidestone languages

    Below the two columns of text is written the caption “GUIDESTONE LANGUAGES”, with a diagram of the granite slab layout beneath it. The names of eight modern languages are inscribed along the long edges of the projecting rectangles, one per edge. Starting from due north and moving clockwise around so that the upper edge of the northeast rectangle is listed first, they are English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. At the bottom center of the tablet is the following text:

    Additional information available at Elberton Granite Museum & Exhibit
    College Avenue
    Elberton, Georgia

    Astronomical features

    The four outer stones are oriented to mark the limits of the 18.6 year lunar declination cycle.[9] The center column features a hole drilled at an angle from one side to the other, through which can be seen the North Star, a star whose position changes only very gradually over time. The same pillar has a slot carved through it which is aligned with the Sun’s solstices and equinoxes. A 78in (22 mm) aperture in the capstone allows a ray of sun to pass through at noon each day, shining a beam on the center stone indicating the day of the year.[2]

    The four outer stones are oriented to mark the limits of the 18.6 year lunar declination cycle.

    THE MYSTERIOUS ROSICRUCIAN LETTER IN ALL CAPITALS


    In the film “Dark Clouds Over Elberton,” Joe Fendley’s daughter says she thinks they burnt everything he had in connection to R.C. Christian, including possibly the original Georgia Guidestones model with the pyramidal top. At 1:21:09 into the video, Wyatt C Martin says “Fendley’s daughter told me they burned all the stuff her father had…And Mr. Chistian told me to destroy mine, but I had an idea that I would write a book about it.” Shirley McNeely who works for Frank Coggins (Joe Fendley’s self-styled “idea man”) also kept some papers. Among them wwas a strange letter described as follows in the “Dark Clouds over Elberton” film.

    Here are a few notes about this “strange document” (as it is referred to in the film) from my watching of “Dark Clouds over Elberton:”

    1:06:55 (verbatim)
    Within the paperwork given to us by Shirley McNeely, there was something that may provide insight into the original purpose of a time capsule and at the same time offer an explanation for the mysterious name R.C. Christian. What follows is from a strange document that we found among the records. The wording of it does not read like the other writings of Mr. Christian. It seems to have been composed by someone else, perhaps another member of the anonymous group behind the Guidestones.

    1:10:09 (verbatim)
    We spoke with the Elberton Star newspaper who told us they know nothing about the message, and have never been given any mysterious keys. We also contacted the leaders of the Atlanta Rosicrucian Society, who declined to provide any official comment.

    1:29:26 (Wyatt C. Martin reading a letter from R.C. Christian dated 14 July 1998)
    And he sent me packages of things to mail to other organizations that he thought would help to spread the word about the Guidestones.

    This last entry is very important because it substantiates why Shirley McNeely is in possession of such an odd document. I have recreated it here excruciatingly carefully from the film. However, there are words missing in the second to last paragraph. I requested a copy from the filmmaker, but so far said request has been ignored.

    To whomever comes across this presenting:

    Contained herein are keys that have been awaited to be placed here in proper
    sequencing and in proper order to announce the return and the activation of those
    events of prophecy that that signal thEse events. Those who have guarded this great mystery
    and who have guarded the evolution of the human species itself are returning. It has
    begun.

    This monument known as the Georgia Guide Stones [sic] shall find threads unto the revelation
    of its mystery in the name R.C. Christian otherwise known unto that contingency
    that is responsible for the erection of this monument as Christian Rosenkrentz [sic] (1378-1484).

    This presentation of keys upon the finding of it is to be delivered to the Elberton Star.
    The Elberton Star is to deliver it to the Atlanta Rosicrucian Society.
    The Rosicrucian contact number is 1. That number is derived from the synchronistic
    mystery of 404-294-4172 in Atlanta.

    It is only those with the understand [sic] of the rose and its return who will be capable
    of deciphering the codes and the keys that are contained herein:

    Unto this great mystery shall it in due time be unveiled likened unto she whose
    Great portal reads only, “Know thyself.” unto the unveiling of her wisdom…[unreadable word(s)]
    Come indeed the bridegroom bearing the knowledge of the perfect blending…[unreadable word(s)]
    the white, to bring forth the gold and thiu the purity of the rose. it shall…[unreadable word(s)]
    again. This monument has now been activated by that which was to come forth…[unreadable word(s)]
    its activation and technological understanding and many shall come forth…[unreadable word(s)]
    portal to awaken and to be thusly activated.
    you are greatly loved mankind. once we saw through the glass…[unreadable word(s)]
    shall see fact to face. do not fear. we are with you through the com…[unreadable word(s)]

    Thomas Paine’s Central Bank Connection


    Like everything else about the Georgia Guidestones, there are different levels of interpretation. I do not think the men behind the Georgia Guidestones are endorsing Thomas Pains literary works. To the contrary I think the mean to use them to expose the man, and by extension to suggest that the Illuminati were at work in the country even before the Revolutionary War.

    Thomas Paine is intimately connect to the Bank of North America, the first de facto central bank in the United States. In fact, NE IS THE VERY FIRST INVESTOR in a private corporation masquerading as a public institution or central bank.

    House documents: Volume 7; Volume 293 January 1, 1877 (Digitized by Google), Annual report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the Second Session of The Forty-Fourth Congress of the United States, December 4, 1876, p. VI

    I was reluctant at first to commit these thoughts to writing until I realized the the banker in Elberton, Georgia,Wyatt C Martin, had been very intentional made the center of the little drama that unfolded in that town in 1979-1980 and for yers afterward.

    “The Age of Reason” by Rosicrucian philosopher John Locke (more likely founding father)

    “The fable of Christ and his twelve apostles…is a parody of the sun and the twelve signs of the Zodiac, copied from the ancient religions of the Eastern world…. Every thing told of Christ has reference to the sun. His reported resurrection is at sunrise, and that on the first day of the week; that is, on the day anciently dedicated to the sun, and from thence called Sunday…” —Thomas Paine, The Complete Religious and Theological Works of Thomas Paine

    At the beginning of Part I of the Age of Reason, Paine lays out his personal belief:

    I believe in one God, and no more; and I hope for happiness beyond this life.

    I believe in the equality of man; and I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy, and endeavouring to make our fellow-creatures happy.

    But, lest it should be supposed that I believe many other things in addition to these, I shall, in the progress of this work, declare the things I do not believe, and my reasons for not believing them.

    I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish Church, by the Roman Church, by the Greek Church, by the Turkish Church, by the Protestant Church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my own church.

    All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.

    I do not mean by this declaration to condemn those who believe otherwise; they have the same right to their belief as I have to mine. But it is necessary to the happiness of man that he be mentally faithful to himself. Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists in professing to believe what he does not believe.

    Paine’s analysis of the Bible

    After establishing that he would refrain from using extra-Biblical sources to inform his criticism, but would instead apply the Bible’s own words against itself, Paine questions the sacredness of the Bible, analyzing it as one would any other book. For example, in his analysis of the Book of Proverbs he argues that its sayings are “inferior in keenness to the proverbs of the Spaniards, and not more wise and economical than those of the American Franklin”. Describing the Bible as “fabulous mythology”, Paine questions whether or not it was revealed to its writers and doubts that the original writers can ever be known (he dismisses the idea that Moses wrote the Pentateuch or that the Gospel’s authors are known, for example).

    My intention is to show that those books are spurious, and that Moses is not the author of them; and still further, that they were not written in the time of Moses, nor till several hundred years afterward; that they are no other than an attempted history of the life of Moses, and of the times in which he is said to have lived, and also of the times prior thereto, written by some very ignorant and stupid pretenders to authorship, several hundred years after the death of Moses. […] The books called the Evangelists, and ascribed to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, were not written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John; …they have been manufactured, as the books of the Old Testament have been by other persons than those whose names they bear.

    Using methods that would not become common in Biblical scholarship until the nineteenth century, Paine tested the Bible for internal consistency and questioned its historical accuracy, concluding that it was not divinely inspired.

    Paine also argues that the Old Testament must be false because it depicts a tyrannical God. The “history of wickedness” pervading the Old Testament convinced Paine that it was simply another set of human-authored myths. He deplores people’s credulity: “Brought up in habits of superstition,” he wrote, “people in general know not how much wickedness there is in this pretended word of God.” Citing Numbers 31:13–47 as an example, in which Moses orders the slaughter of thousands of boys and women, and sanctions the rape of thousands of girls, at God’s behest, Paine calls the Bible a “book of lies, wickedness, and blasphemy; for what can be greater blasphemy than to ascribe the wickedness of man to the orders of the Almighty!” —Wikipedia, The Age of Reason

    COMMON SENSE By Thomas Paine

    Common Sense Renewed book by Robert Christian


    OPENING SECTION NOTES:

    See Georgia Granite link folder

    Research Notes


    Historical Maps of Georgia

    Lee sent his resignation letter on 4/20. I saw these numbers somewhere on the GG

    Constellations and the Calendar (NASA article about Ophiuchus that caused such a stir)

    The Constellations (IAU includes alphabetical list)

    Ophiuchus (Wikipedia) Note that referenced NASA footnote doc is nonexistent

    Inclusion can be based solely on the IAU and a somewhat standard definition of the Zodiac as constellations in the ecliptic:the ecliptic passes through the picture of Ophiuchus

    The territory of Ophiuchus was defined by the IAU and includes plenty of real estate surrounding the original picture — oh, except for the snake. The head and the tail of the snake were separated from Ophiuchus and made their own constellations called Serpens Caput and Serpens Cauda (meaning the head and tail of the snake), which the IAU mysteriously seems to count as one constellation in two pieces. The ecliptic crosses the southern part of this territory for a ways. On the basis of this crossing, Ophiuchus is often nominated for the 13th sign.

    “With independence achieved, American Freemason cut all ties with Britain and launched an exclusive American Grand Lodge in 1777

    STUFF OPEN WHEN LAST WORKING ON THIS…

    New information about the Georgia Guidestone’s mysterious cornerstone? (for stuff about man charged with theft)

    Sinister Sites: The Georgia Guidestones

    Georgia Guidestones Say 2014 is When The Oligarchs Want Depopulation To Begin?

    Apokalyptō (ἀποκαλύπτω “revealing”) of the Georgia Guidestones

    http://www.siriustwins.com/meaning/the-revealing/294/

    Origin of the Crucifix

     

    Cut ~1:01:15 to 1:02:10 from “Remembering the End of the Last World”

    1:13:26 in Symbols of an Alien Sky (Full Documentary)

    1:15:08 IN Symbols of an Alien Sky (Full Documentary) YES DAVID TALBOTT AGREES THIS IS THE ORIGIN OF THE CROSS

    FOLLOW THROUGH WITH ROSICRUCIAN AND COPTIC CHRISTIAN CROSS TO ROMAN CRUCIFIX… THIS IS WHERE THE CONNECTION WILL BE MADE, IN EFFECT PROVING THE PROGENY OF PYTHAGORAS KILLED JESUS

    The discussion of the following document begins at 1:14:46 into the “Dark Clouds Over Elberton” film

    Why is the “Sunstone for Atlanta Masons” written between the northeast Sunstone in the “possible later [circle of] stones” (as marked on a different drawing) and an arrow pointing to the top of the page? The answer is because that is the future location of the cube.These additional Sunstones were never really part of the design. I can assure you these men, the highest-ranking Freemasons of the South, a living, breathing remnant of the progeny of Jove, did not run out of money. The very thought is so preposterous as to be laughable. This note about a “Sunstone for Atlanta Masons” is intended to announce the true meaning of the cube. It is a Sunstone and that is what links it to the most powerful intellectual achievement of mankind in this age, the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. Once again, these men lacked faith in our ability to understand their message. And who can blame them? The message of the cube is the Georgia Guidestones message to this generation, those of us alive at the end of the Fifth World. And I will not allow it to be unheard in the den of Internet madness.

    Add coca-cola scene from Tomorrowland to emphasis that this is not the progeny of Jove

    216-218 Peachtree Street NE

    Knowing what I do, it is difficult for me to imagine a mindset that would dismiss such a warning, to not be curious enough to want to find out everything you can about them. By my estimate, planning for the Georgia Guidestones began no later than 1950 when the Atlanta Masonic Temple burned down, two years before the “1952” working title of the Tomorrowland movie. From design to execution, the Georgia Guidestones and the Tomorrowland movie required years of highly creative and imaginary thought.

    This page proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that the backstory for the Georgia Guidestones proffered to the general public is a deliberate deception so clumsily perpetrated as to make one wonder if the men who were really responsible for erecting the Georgia Guidestones are not dumbfounded as to why it took so long for someone like me to come along and expose all of the lies. (Just don’t fall into the trap of thinking the locals in Elberton, Georgia know the truth. I think I can say with authority they do not.) The short answer to my question is, Yes, the Georgia Guidestone are for real.

    DO NOT LOSE: Hostile Takeovers and Modern Corporations in Antebellum Georgia

    If there is one thing that gives me pause, that makes me wonder if ___________ was not actually a front man but the driving force behind the Georgia Guidestones, it is this letter regarding the costs.

    One would assume that the men I suspect were behind this design had plenty of money, but the fact is that the pyramid top was changed to a flat top and no other stones were ever added.

    contrast with wired.com article

    additional stones never intended. just a ruse for the sunstone comment. There was no real animosity or else he would not have gotten their new lodge.

    “Thirteen thirteens in the Great Pyramid of Giza is nonsense (e.g. Grand Gallery opening is 8.5 meters, ego 8 + 5 = 13) and inconsistent with Dendera zodiac. See Codex 13 – Great Witness Speaks for a complete list

    He who understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion.”

    In some of the ancient writings it is said,
    The ancients claimed,
    Some ancients say,
    It was said that,

    yada, yada, yada… No one attributes this quote
    This may be nothing more than Internet hearsay

    Indira Gandhi may be the source…

    Is it 13 or 14 Archimedean solids? “Branko Grünbaum (2009) observed that a 14th polyhedron, the elongated square gyrobicupola (or pseudo-rhombicuboctahedron), meets a weaker definition of an Archimedean solid…” —Wikipedia, Archimedean solid

    A Druid Cord has twelve knots and thirteen even lengths of rope, but it is about as relevant to this subject as Archimedean solids.

    The fear of the number 13 is called ‘Triskaidekaphobia’.

    From Templars in Acadiana

    Nolan’s Cross (44.5145° N, 64.2921° W) to Georgia Guidestones is 240°.  Do not pursue this. 

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