Explosion ‘destroyed’ portion of Georgia Guidestones, GBI says
Law enforcement agencies are investigating a reported explosion that caused “significant” damage to the controversial Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County.
(2/3) The videos show the explosion and a car leaving the scene shortly after the explosion. No one was injured. pic.twitter.com/8YNmEML9fW
— GA Bureau of Investigation (@GBI_GA) July 6, 2022
The Georgia Guidestones, a granite attraction in Elbert County, are located off of Guidestone Road just east of Ga. Highway 77. The Georgia Guidestones, a granite attraction in Elbert County, are located off of Guidestone Road just east of Ga. Highway 77.
SKYFOX flew over the scene and saw one of the pillars reduced to rubble. The top block also appeared to be damaged in the corner that was supported by the demolished block. It’s not clear which languages were on the destroyed block.
Investigators said unknown people detonated an explosive device at around 4 a.m. Elbert County investigators arrived and noted a large portion of the structure was damaged… More
For those new to Georgia Guidestones, it’s one of the most prominent Conspiracy artifact in existence.
What are the Georgia Guidestones?
The origin of the monument is ambiguous. They were allegedly commissioned by a person under the name R.C. Christian, established in 1980 and have become a roadside attraction for travelers. It’s sometimes referred to as “America’s Stonehenge” for its unknown origins.
The monument is 19 feet high and each stone block weighs about 42,000 pounds. It serves as a calendar and is inscribed with a 10-part message in eight different languages. The messages are “guidelines” to humanity, that people have suggested are a “cult message.”
“They were meant for a future population after a cataclysmic event,” Kubas said.
Elberton colloquially known as “the Granite Capital of the World.” The stones were crafted from locally-mined granite and built by an Elberton-area company.
What do the Georgia Guidestones say?
The English portion of the inscription reads:
Jessica Chastain wonders which God or powerful man left this tablet monument behind?
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