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The Destruction of the Georgia Guidestones

When the Georgia Guidestones exploded on July 7, 2022, the blast set in motion more than just the bringing down of the unusual monument. There also exploded many theories of possible purposes for the stone structure and why it was brought down. At approximately 4 a.m. local time on July 7, an explosion of undetermined origin rocked the structure, destroying at least one column and other parts of the monument. Cameras, apparently on the structure 24/7, failed to capture who was responsible for the destruction and exactly what happened.

The morning after the explosion, news reporters were on the scene. Daniel Graves, the mayor of Elberton, Georgia, a town located nearest to the Georgia Guidestones, was also on the scene. He was interviewed by several reporters. He said, “My initial reaction to the explosion was heartbreak and anger, frustration, and I think that’s consistent with the community’s reaction.” He went on to say that despite their bad reputation, the Georgia Guidestones were not evil. He also said the monument to the New World Order brought money into his community from tourism. Spoken like a true politician. One could also argue that prostitution, drug trafficking, and gambling also bring money into communities, but that still doesn’t make it right. No, as you will see, the Georgia Guidestones were, in fact, very evil. 

Secret Construction

Sometimes called the “American Stonehenge,” the Georgia Guidestones were a granite monument believed to have been installed by globalists in their quest for a one-world order. The Guidestones were commissioned by a person or a group under the pseudonym R. C. Christian. The monument was built in the shape of a Nazi swastika and projected from a platform at different angles, each of the stones from a different base. The structure was erected in Elbert County, Georgia, and unveiled on March 22, 1980. On each side of the capstone, engraved in four ancient languages—Babylonian cuneiform, classical Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian hieroglyphic—were the words, “Let these be Guidestones to an Age of Reason.” Written in eight languages—English, Russian, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, classical Hebrew, Swahili, Hindi and Spanish—were cryptic instructions for a utopian society.  

Satanic Commandments

Here are the ten demands of the globalists’ New World Order agenda which were chiseled on the Georgia Guidestones:

  1. Maintain humanity under 500 million 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.

Suspicious Case

It seems to me that these demands of the New World Order are a satanic mockery of the Ten Commandments given by God to Moses and the Israelites. It also seems very odd to me that the entire monument was quickly knocked down following the explosion. It was then cleared totally in a day, without apparent investigation by authorities of any kind. You would think that the area would have been searched for evidence before the Georgia Guidestones were demolished and the debris hauled away. Another thing—the Guidestones were apparently upon a large stone base, under which there was a time capsule. On the base, no date was given as to when the time capsule was to be opened. Was the time capsule opened after the explosion? Nobody seems to have an answer.

For now, law enforcement, including the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, says they are searching for those who planted the explosive device. The GBI released surveillance videos from the site but have not shared any other details. Local prosecutors have suggested the bombing comes with a steep sentence of at least 20 years in prison, since the stones were owned and maintained by the county and considered a public building. As of this writing, no arrests have been made. 

What does the explosion and demolition of the Georgia Guidestones mean? I haven’t a clue. But considering all the strange things going on, with the globalists on a rampage to bring in their New World Order, there should be considerable questions about the destruction of this tremendously controversial monument to their desire to get rid of so much of humanity. Before they were destroyed, the Georgia Guidestones number one commandment was to reduce the population of the earth to 500 million. That means over 7 billion people would have to be eliminated. That sounds like satanic ambitions, doesn’t it? The devil hates humanity and is doing all he can to destroy the souls—and bodies—of God’s creation called man.

You know, it’s sort of ironic—the Georgia Guidestones were supposed to be prophetic. They were supposed to be a guide to the future for the New World Order—but they didn’t see the explosion on July 7, 2022, coming, did they?

Society’s Choice

The Bible teaches there will someday be a New World Order—there will be a one-world government—there will be a one-world religion during the seven years we call the Tribulation. But the Bible also teaches that the church will escape the wrath to come when Christ returns to take us home in the Rapture. 

So, my question for you is this: Do you know Jesus Christ? Will you be caught up to meet the Lord in the Rapture? Or will you be left behind to meet the Antichrist in the Tribulation as he works to put the ten commandments of the New World Order into effect on planet earth? 

The choice is yours.

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James Collins

James Collins is the Staff Evangelist for Southwest Radio Ministries. He previously served in various pastoral positions in Kansas, Oklahoma, Illinois, and California. Before being called to SWRC, James was a Chaplain in the United States Army and served in Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation New Dawn, and Operation Inherent Resolve. He and wife share their home with three extraordinary children, three dogs, and a lifetime collection of books.

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