The US Georgia Bureau of Investigation said an explosion destroyed the controversial northeast Georgia monument. It is a recent stone monument, built in 1980 and often referred to as the “American Stonehenge” and the purpose of its creator was to convey some “instructions” for humanity.
Elberton Granite Association executive vice president Chris Kubas said drone footage shows the monument has sustained significant damage.
Investigators said unknown persons detonated an explosive device around 4 a.m. Elbert County investigators arrived and observed a large portion of the structure. Kubas said one of the “wings” was completely destroyed.
Videos show rubble at the scene with police in attendance:
The Elbert County Sheriff’s Office is investigating with the GBI bomb squad. Kubas said there are fixed cameras on site that have been installed because of vandalism. However, in their post they ask the public to let them know anonymously if they have information.
Watch the video after the explosion:
The “Georgia Guidestones” is a huge granite structure, which is located on top of the hill in Elbert County, Georgia, USA. It is considered the most obscene and hated monument ever built, since it clearly shows its hatred for the human race under a pretended “love” for the environment.
The monument has often been the target of conspiracy theorists, while others accuse it of preparing the arrival of the “New Order of Things”. A far-right conspiracy theorist, who was also a candidate in the local elections, had promised the destruction of the monument in her election campaign!
She herself called abortions “sacrifices to Satan” and believed that Covid-19 was manufactured to harm humanity. Regarding the stones, she said that this is a message from the “elite” who worship Satan, and who secretly control the world. As soon as the news of the explosion became known, she commented that it was “God’s work”.
The Georgia Guidestones
There is a message on the stones consisting of ten instructions, which are inscribed in eight modern languages, while a smaller message is also inscribed at the top of the structure, in four ancient writing systems and as many ancient languages: Babylonian, Ancient Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
The structure is 19 feet 3 inches (5.87 m) meters tall and is made of six granite slabs, weighing 237,746 pounds (107.84 tonnes) in total. One plate is in the center, with the other four arranged around it. At the top is the sixth plate, as the crown of the structure.
Remarkably, the plates are astronomically aligned. An additional stone slab is set into the ground, a short distance to the west of the structure, and provides some clarification as to the history and purpose of the “Guidestones”.
The mysterious construction and the creator’s message
The creation of this imposing structure is shrouded in mystery. It was built on March 22, 1980 and the only information available about its construction states that in June 1979, a man named RC Christian, a pseudonym he admitted, went to the area.
He approached Elberton Granite Finishing Company and asked for a monument to be built that would convey a message to humanity. As he himself had said, he represented a group of people who wanted to offer guidance to humanity.
The message inscribed on the “Keystones of Georgia” relates to four important areas:
The message, which consists of a set of ten guidelines or principles, is engraved in eight different languages, each on the long side of the four stones. Starting from the north and moving to the right, these languages are: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Ancient Chinese, and Russian.
The following text is scribed in English:
A smaller message appears on the four vertical faces of the crown stone, in a different language and script on each side. On its eastern front the message in Ancient Greek says: “Where the stones are the road of eternal wisdom”.
The police are investigating the case.