Georgia Guidestones Suffer Severe Damage From Bomb Explosion

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Georgia Guidestones Suffer Severe Damage From Bomb Explosion

MYSTERIOUS GEORGIA GUIDESTONES PARTIALLY DESTROYED BY BOMB EXPLOSION

So what is America’s Stonehenge?  That’s a good question.  If you’re like me, you are wondering what these things are.  Others know them as the Georgia Guidestones.  They are located about 7 miles north of Elberton, Georgia, on Highway 77.  It, or they, are a 19-fot high monument of some sort and have mysterious origins.  Someone erected them 42 years ago in 1980.  As much as I like weird things, I’m not familiar with them/it and haven’t seen them in person.  I regret that, as they now show severe damage after an apparent bomb explosion.

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GUIDESTONES INCLUDE ANCIENT LANGUAGES, ASTRONOMICAL CALENDAR, AND ESPOUSE POPULATION CONTROL

So that’s right, someone literally build a bomb, set it on site, and did their damnedest to destroy this random curiosity.  But why?  And who?  These questions linger, and likely will for some time.  No one really knows who even built America’s Stonehenge, or what their motivations were (are?).  The Georgia Guidestones display a ten part message about the conservation of mankind and future generations.  This is weird, especially when this message is shown in 12 different languages.  It also functions as an astronomical calendar.  And, stranger yet, it includes the names of 4 inscribed ancient languages: Babylonian cuneiform, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian Hieroglyphics.

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FOR SOME REASON, QANON FREAKS HATE GEORGIA GUIDESTONES ENOUGH TO USE EXPLOSIVES

But for some reason, someone hated the Georgia Guidestones enough to detonate a bomb at 4 AM one early morning last week, destroying a large section of the monument.  But again the question begs: why?  Was it xenophobia thru the lens of rightwing Christianity?  Because of the included ancient languages that predate the religion itself?  Or is it because former Georgia gubernatorial Republican candidate Kandiss Taylor said the Guidestones are satanic, and promised to demolish them if elected?  But I’m not sure Satanists say that we need to keep the world population under 500 million for humanity’s sake.  Which the Guidestones do.

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