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The Georgia Guide Stones
02-25-2007, 12:57 AM,
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The Georgia Guide Stones
I dont know if any one has made a post on this or not but....here yas go.

http://www.thegeorgiaguidestones.com/index2.htm :err:
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02-25-2007, 03:44 AM,
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The Georgia Guide Stones
Yes, those stones are very cryptic. The whole site is a little silly in it's interpretation.

Quote:Disclaimer:

I am not behind these stones as any sort of a program, and I am not opposed to them either:

But they are thought provoking because somebody unknown exercised their right to freedom of expression, and went to a lot of time and trouble, and expense, to put them up secretly in Georgia, and that they mean something; that maybe they had better to be thought about, and others let in on the knowing before it's too late.

- the webmaster

The problem is when they were put up, things had already been screwed. Population was already waaay over what the stones said along with most of the other sayings on them. According to the stones it's already too late. Just silly.

There were some like this in Arlington, TX where I used to live. There were about 20 of them, some over 30 feet tall. They were torn down in 1998 or '99 and were replaced by a hotel. I did some band promo photos there. Wish I could find them.
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02-25-2007, 05:16 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-25-2007, 05:18 AM by Henry.)
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The Georgia Guide Stones
Quote:Yes, those stones are very cryptic. The whole site is a little silly in it's interpretation.

Quote:Disclaimer:

I am not behind these stones as any sort of a program, and I am not opposed to them either:

But they are thought provoking because somebody unknown exercised their right to freedom of expression, and went to a lot of time and trouble, and expense, to put them up secretly in Georgia, and that they mean something; that maybe they had better to be thought about, and others let in on the knowing before it's too late.

- the webmaster

The problem is when they were put up, things had already been screwed. Population was already waaay over what the stones said along with most of the other sayings on them. According to the stones it's already too late. Just silly.

There were some like this in Arlington, TX where I used to live. There were about 20 of them, some over 30 feet tall. They were torn down in 1998 or '99 and were replaced by a hotel. I did some band promo photos there. Wish I could find them.

Yeah, if you come across them I for one would be very interested in seeing them.

The Georgia guidestones seem to me to be an artful expression of the exact same sentiments and goals explicitely stated in UN environmental programs and treaties. Things like this don't just appear out of left field for no reason, but rise from same communities of thought and secret societies. Sort of like how right next to my house the subway entrance and area has been entirely renovated to be what to my eye looks exactly like a masonic or rosicrucian temple. I should take some photos to demonstrate. "They" like making our public space a mirror image of their secret ceremonies. These guidestones are like cats spraying their territory.

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