American Stonehenge: The Georgia Guidestones


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Believe it, or not, I had never, ever, heard of these.

“The strangest monument in America looms over a barren knoll in northeastern Georgia. Five massive slabs of polished granite rise out of the earth in a star pattern. The rocks are each 16 feet tall, with four of them weighing more than 20 tons apiece. Together they support a 25,000-pound capstone. Approaching the edifice, it’s hard not to think immediately of England’s Stonehenge or possibly the ominous monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Built in 1980, these pale gray rocks are quietly awaiting the end of the world as we know it.
Called the Georgia Guidestones, the monument is a mystery—nobody knows exactly who commissioned it or why.”

The article is four of the most fascinating pages I have ever read on WIRED. Warning: If you start reading this article, you won’t be able to stop.

32 Responses to “American Stonehenge: The Georgia Guidestones”

  1. bingbing Says:

    Who knows? That 12/21/12 date pops up on the Mayan calendar, and here and there elsewhere, too… and that is the time the sun will have completed a 26,000-year ‘lap’ of the galaxy… apparently. But will that mean OBie1 ushering in the NWO or all of us being sucked into a black hole or Christ’s return or aliens landing and finally explaining why they stuck probes up our butts?

    Or will it just be December 21st, 2012? As for the one world government and language, gulp, I’m an ESL teacher and how many countries do they reside in?

    Dagnammit! I’m a pawn for the Bilderberg group!

    (You can see where this is going, right?)

  2. bingbing Says:

    PS It’s times like now I think of Mandelbrot.

  3. thefrollickingmole Says:

    Hmmm checked your hairline for any 666 tattoos lately??

    What a cool but weird thing to do…

    • bingbing Says:

      Hair’s 9mm long. Was 6mm. Think I’d spot a barcode there pretty quick.

      Hmm, it’s times like this I feel sorry for the poor Freemasons. The latest conspiracy theory mention I heard of them getting was in Disney’s National Treasure movie.

  4. bingbing Says:

    Knock yourselves out, folks.

    Weird but, hey? Of all the places you’d end up finding it…

  5. bingbing Says:

    PS That 500,000,000 limit and to live on Earth in harmony with nature for eternity? No wonder folks accuse it of being anti-Christ shite.

    What a crock of shit. Breed like rabbits, completely ‘randomly’ (well, up to you), with some of us getting off the planet to continue breeding like rabbits. Some stay and keep the planet/themselves cranking. Up to them/you.

    OK, well don’t breed like rabbits but fuck culling us like rabbits.

    The universe is a big enough place for us to do this for eternity.

    Inbred elitists? A catch22?

    Faith and brains.

  6. bingbing Says:

    Kinda O/T

    It’s interesting. Ryan today, in our spam queue, said he wished me and spot dead then in the same sentence stated this would somehow end war.

    The catch22 of the human condition. The ironies. I don’t wish him dead. I just wish he’d never been born. I don’t want him to die. I just wish he’d fuck off. I hope he leads a happy life. I just hope he never breeds… and if he does, that our kids never meet… even though they’d probably get on fine so long as their dad’s could keep their cool. I guess most people think along similar lines. Merely, they don’t take it to the extreme.

    Richard. Where’s this gonna end? FFS, why? Why won’t you just go away? Is it really that important? What are you? The next presidential candidate for Australia? I’m your opponent? But not for Australia but for the NWO? Give it a rest, man. Summerland Point sounds like there’s a beach nearby.

    You know what you do goes against the terms of service of your ISP. We have all the URLs. We have every post. Do yourself a favour and move on.

  7. Rebecca H Says:

    Wow. I never heard of these things either. That was fascinating. Makes me want to go and see them.

    As for Deember 21, 2012. Meh.

    • Angus Dei Says:

      2112 is another matter entirely.

    • bingbing Says:

      Dunno, mate. Sounds almost like these Aussie boys.

  8. bingbing Says:

    Fuck it, man. On the back of a truck sleeking through Melbourne.

    Back even b4 this shit brick was born.

    • bingbing Says:

      Got any Scottish nasty in ya?

  9. bingbing Says:

    Um, yes. Back on topic. Very fine stones. Freak of a hippy. Too much/not enough money.

  10. bingbing Says:

    Pity Farnsy and Barnsy dind’t do it. Still, Tom Jones…

    Fuck you, Ryan.

    They musta paid a mint for this.

  11. bingbing Says:

    See, Ryan, I can tell you FUCK YOU as much as I want. People have your multiple ISPs. And we have your multiple email addresses. We have months of evidence, including all the vile spam that we saved. And you did breach the Telstra ISP code of conduct.

    Do you really want this to go further, Ryan?

    • bingbing Says:

      Ryan. I have too much free time right now and too much spare money.

  12. bingbing Says:

    Ryan, the editors at The Daily Telegraph know about you… probably at the Herald Sun, too. We know about you, too. Think about how many posts have ended up in our spam queue. All of which are on record. You’d have a party, rick68, over people being dead? That’s what you said.

  13. Michael Bott Says:

    But before that – there was this: http://standingstones.tv/2008/06/26/americas-stonehenge/

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  17. VodkaBlogger Says:

    Seems the mob at Crikey are reading Tizona.🙂

    • bingbing Says:

      Lol. Actually, the PP boys like to pop over for a sniff every now and then and naturally, we do the same. Know thy enemy or something like that. One of their commenters, in particular likes to fill up our spam queue with useless, inane and unhinged rantings.

    • ASC Says:

      Seems the mob at Crikey are reading Tizona.🙂

      And are more than a little obsessed with one Tizonan in particular (via JF Beck):

      Read comments on this post of Becks and then this one, then read this Crikey/PP-Boyz post and this one.

      Oh and this an this and this.

      And those are just ones I found via Beck, there are probably more.

      WTF did spotty (TGordon/Bolts) do to get so inside their heads?!? Does he have a secret blog somewhere where he calls there mummies mean names day in and day out or somthing?

      Teh Angry Left are insane.

    • bingbing Says:

      He kept beclowning them, notably Paul of Hervey Bay (now known as ‘spot_the_bigger_dog’) day in day out, proving them wrong, proving them liars.

      As for Ryan (aka rick68 but the PP boys seem not to have realised that), he got dressed down and has been ranting and whingeing in our spam queue (among other places) ever since. Poor guy, I’ve seen people in psych wards saner than him.

      And now he’s targeting me. Oooooooo.

    • bingbing Says:

      PS Thanks for the links. I haven’t really been following it too much.

    • ASC Says:

      Bingbing I have been drifting in and out of Bolts, old & new blairs for several years now,due to the nature of my really really nonglamorous job I am off an on the net in fits and spurts and use different names sometimes because , well becase I feel like it and I never do it to do harm or be dishonest, I jut don’ like being pigeonhold.

      Spot/TG only rarely goes snarky, most the time he out-facts them and out-classes them and I think thats what gets there knickers in a twist. And he’s funny and since the left doesn’t do funny they hate him for that too. And I love it when he turns the “Race Card” around on them. And backs it with FACTS. LOL.

      I could see them going after ronald regun or tuthman or the dean or some of the posters on blairs who someimes i think do go to far, but SPOT?

      there was a comment (now deleted) in PP that spot has bone or brain cancer, is that true or just another smear?

    • bingbing Says:

      You’re absolutely right, ASC, and it’s a privilege being an editor on the same blog as him. We haven’t always agreed on everything (he wasn’t too happy when I put a huge picture of a naked chick in a g-string on the front page, for example), but that’s all water under the bridge now.

      As for your last question, probably better to ask spot.

    • ASC Says:

      Bingbing, I don’t have his email and have never had much to do with him, it just seemed like a strange thing for someone to say as if it, even if it were true, it automaticaly disqualified any thing he had to say.

      Anyway, have you saved all the RR comments? If ignoring him for 2 years hoping hed go away didn’t work maybe its time for Nam and Shame? It would be all over the internet in no time flat if their that insane and obsessed and nasty.

    • bingbing Says:

      It could well be time to post all his rants. We have them, well, most of them… hundreds. He threatened me personally this morning to come pay me a visit. Lulz. And I thought I had too much free time on my hands.

      The PP boys can visit as much as they like. Their RICK68 (Richard Ryan) character is certainly one deranged fuck.

  18. ASC Says:

    When you mentioned Richard Ryan, he was pissing off everyone on Bolts and then he contined on blairs until I saw Spot put this link to a post at blair’s so I gathered it had been going on a long time, spot doesn’t usually drop f-bombs casually.
    https://tizona.wordpress.com/2009/01/19/a-message-to-my-special-friend/

    I rotflmao over that. Blairs mods are way better than bolts I think. But I miss Andrea with her Zulu Spear!

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