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article imageThe Georgia Guidestones - Are These The "New World Order" 10 Commandments?

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By Pamela Jean     Aug 23, 2007 in World
Shrouded in mystery, the Georgia Guidestones sit high atop the hillside of Elbert County, Georgia. Built by anonymous donors, the commandments for the New World Order are etched in granite in 12 languages - and include decrees many find to be alarming.
Standing just over 19 feet tall, and weighing 119 tons, the solid granite tablets contain what is described as the "Commandments For The Age Of Reason". Constructed in 1980, and positioned atop the highest hillside in tiny Elbert County, Georgia they are strategically positioned in such a way as to allow the viewing of the North Star at all times through a hole positioned at eye level near the center of the monument.
Apparently a well dressed man in a business suit appeared one morning unannounced at the offices of the Elberton Granite Association. Joe H. Fendley, the now retired president, tells the story of "Mr. Christian", the articulate gentleman that wished a price estimate for the construction of the monument. Mr. Christian, a pseudonym, indicated that he, as well as his fellow contributors, wished to remain anonymous, and required special arrangements to be made so that the funds required for the job could be wired directly into an account set up by the Granite Association.
He eventually selected a 5 acre plot because it commanded an excellent view of the East and West, and was in a specific area in regard to the summer and winter sunrises and sunsets. The four enormous stones were set in a paddle wheel formation, with the center stone carved and drilled in a precise location that allows the sun to mark the time of day, as well as the seasons.
Once the project was completed, the entire file documenting its cost, specifications, and any other correspondence, was delivered directly to Mr. R.C. Christian as prearranged so any records could be permanently destroyed.
A pamphlet was provided to the Elberton Museum with information regarding the stones and their creation. Years later in 1986 a book titled, "Common Sense Renewed" would be delivered to the Granite Museum with instructions that it was to be offered for sale in the souvenir shop. The author’s pseudonym, “Robert Christian.” A note included stated that the author was indeed Mr. R.C. Christian.
Here are the 10 Commandments that are etched in the granite, in 12 different languages:
1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.
The first one alone, is enough to give one pause. Currently, in the year 2007, the world population is over 6.5 billion. This reduction of the world’s population fits perfectly into the philosophies of the Illuminati and the New World Order. The conclusion is simple. They believe there are just too many people on the planet and killing the majority of the “useless eaters” is a benefit to the New World Order.
Number two indicates that reproduction must be controlled - which makes one wonder how exactly this is to be accomplished? Abortion, war, genocide, disease? Apparently some sort of government intervention would be necessary.
Number three is self explanatory. Is this a totally "new" language being suggested here - or the selection of one, perhaps English, mandated by the government as the required method of communication.
Number four is suggesting that there be judicial control over matters of faith and religion. Our traditions reflect our religion, but this commandment is suggesting the need of the government to rule over these things. Isn't this exactly what we are fighting against? The government determining what religion is "correct"?
Number five states that it is the governments responsibility to protect all people. I would assume this would strip us of our right to bear arms, and protect ourselves.
Number six overtly suggests the New World Order’s world court should oversee all matters. Resolving the “external disputes” involves the global reach of the governing powers. Aren't we seeing this happening with the UN?
Number seven would allow for the elimination of “petty laws” thus allowing the New World Order to streamline the legal code, lending all power of interpretation to the individuals who hold that power. Rather frightening.
Number eight essentially states that individuals have a natural concern for their personal welfare, but man is a social animal and must also be concerned for the group. Failure of society means failure for its individual citizens. Individual rights would be stripped away for the benefit of the whole.
Number nine, while saying to prize truth, God is not mentioned. Instead one is instructed to “seek harmony with the infinite.” What, or whom exactly, is the Infinite?
And finally, number 10. This last commandment resonates with the same evil of the first. The first commandment was to keep the world’s population under 500 million, and the 10th commandment reiterates this point while telling us the vast population of planet Earth has become a consuming cancer.
So, what do you make of this? Would a group of individuals whom wish to remain anonymous spend the massive amounts of money, the actual amount having never disclosed, to erect something of this nature as a joke?
There have been groups of citizens of various faiths over the past three decades that this monument has stood whom have petitioned to have it torn down. It's message is ominous, and does not set well in the minds of those individuals. The fear of a world in which a government is put in position to determine who should live and who should die, how one may worship one's individual faith, and also be stripped on one's individuality is chilling.
Those that have studied Bible prophecy would find that it actually fits in quite succinctly with the predictions given in the Book of Revelation. Satan will rise to power and rule and reign over the entire world - until his eventual demise.
Those that believe in the existence of "The Illuminati" feel that they have been planning a massive depopulation for decades, which will one day manifest itself in the form of massive plagues, a series of biological attacks, or any number of other means to eliminate most of the people inhabiting the planet.
The Illuminati believe humans are depleting too many natural resources. Natural resources they want to keep and use for themselves.
They also realize that most of the ‘work’ requiring manual labor on planet Earth is finished. Freeways cover the planet, and other infrastructure such as communication systems, water facilities, and institutions have been completed and only need minor maintenance. Much of the natural resources have been mined, cultivated, and stockpiled in warehouses and store shelves around the world.
Since most of the ‘work’ is done, now the workers are simply in the Illuminati’s way, and consuming resources that they want for themselves.
We are now in their way, and they plan to eliminate most of us in accordance with the first commandment of the Georgia Guidestones’ 500 million population cap.
What do you think? Should these Guidestones stay, or should they go? Do the commandments engraved in their columns sound reasonable to you, or bode ominous for the future of mankind?
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