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19 hours ago, Just Another Simulation said:

All those questions have been answered.

 

On 7/9/2022 at 5:02 PM, sock muppet said:

 

Have you been to the site since it was demolished, if you have what is your impression on the type of device used, do you think something was stuck on the pillar that blew up, and what is your impression of the blast effect that we see from video's particularly the radiating marks on the ground, do the video's in fact correlate to what we see from them.

Also some thing puzzles me about the blast video's, there seems to be a light shining on the monument, has that light always been there and do you know if the cameras switch over to infra red at night, in other words could the bright light we see actually be something reflecting the infra red light?

 

Would you mind answering my question, it is important for the forum to know things from a first hand account, no probs if you can't?

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@Hermetix. As you are relatively close by. Is there any way for you to find out who owns the land the Guidestones were built upon? Townhall records or the like.

Knowing who previous land owners were as well (if applicable) would be good.

Maybe a link could be made through this and the purchases to who might be involved

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They were commissioned by R.C. Christian (A Pseudonyn) yes, pseudonyN, meticulously designed to show the days date through the centre stones slot at midday every day, had ancient languages translated and yet says pseudonyn. Someone worked out that R.C. Christian (A Pseudonyn) is an anagram of 'Untarnished Conspiracy'

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2 minutes ago, TheConsultant said:

They were commissioned by R.C. Christian (A Pseudonyn) yes, pseudonyN, meticulously designed to show the days date through the centre stones slot at midday every day, had ancient languages translated and yet says pseudonyn. Someone worked out that R.C. Christian (A Pseudonyn) is an anagram of 'Untarnished Conspiracy'

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I get this totally. Was hoping if there was a physical document available it may be traceable now in ways not available years ago. Probably already been tried but my mind likes a good hunt for info! 

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The 2015 documentary 'Dark Clouds Over Elberton' explores the mysterious origins of the Georgia Guidestones and interviews Wyatt Martin who helped make the financial arrangements for the structure and who claims to know the real identity of R.C. Christian. He states that R.C. Christian was not connected to any secret societies but was a loyal American who "believed in God and country".

 

A pamphlet 'Common Sense Renewed' was written by 'Robert Christian' in 1986, several years after the stones were erected, and was sent to leading politicians and shapers of public opinion. The work takes a revolutionary bent and purports that the message of the Guidestones is to find ways of rational non-violent means of resolving worldly frictions and finding "new pathways to peace" including via "guiding human reproduction" alongside changes to education and morality, transport, city planning, conservation, language, litigation and medical costs. If this work was genuinely authored by the same man who commissioned the Guidestones, it undermines the view that the structure concerns a post apocalyptic vision of the world as it talks about the issues in the present tense and expouses concerns of the world currently being populated by too many people due to "irresponsible childbearing".

 

https://projectcognition.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Common-Sense-Renewed-by-Robert-Christian.pdf

 

The documentary explores some of the theories concerning the identity of R.C. Christian and possible sympathies including Rosicrucianism, Freemasonry and atheism. Towards the end of the video, the presenters persuade Wyatt Martin to show them his archive of documents containing correspondence with Robert Christian and, despite Martin's reluctance to directly divulge any personal information about the man, they piece together some clues about his identity and later suggest he could have been a physician (and, according to his gravestone, conservationist) by the name of Herbert H. Kersten. The surname Kersten is also an archaic form of the word Christian and the filmmakers contend that this may have been merged with a like minded acquaintance Robert M. Merryman who also worked on the project at Fort Dodge. Despite being a Catholic, Kersten's views on population control were reportedly at odds with his faith. Further, he was a supporter of David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and, according to the Fort Dodge librarian interviewed, was a "white supremacist" which, if true, provides a further twist to his support for population control.

 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/11/2022 at 7:38 AM, Bombadil said:

@Hermetix. As you are relatively close by. Is there any way for you to find out who owns the land the Guidestones were built upon? Townhall records or the like.

Knowing who previous land owners were as well (if applicable) would be good.

Maybe a link could be made through this and the purchases to who might be involved

 

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According to the Elbert County Georgia Tax Assessor’s records, the Georgia Guidestones property at 1031 Guidestones Road, Elberton, Georgia is owned by the Elbert County Board of Commissioners.

It was gifted to the County in 1979 at a stated value of $5,000 and has a current land value of approximately $16,965. The property consists of 4.93 acres.

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1 hour ago, Just Another Simulation said:

According to the Elbert County Georgia Tax Assessor’s records, the Georgia Guidestones property at 1031 Guidestones Road, Elberton, Georgia is owned by the Elbert County Board of Commissioners.

It was gifted to the County in 1979 at a stated value of $5,000 and has a current land value of approximately $16,965. The property consists of 4.93 acres.

Thank you for the time you took to find this out!

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22 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

The 2015 documentary 'Dark Clouds Over Elberton' explores the mysterious origins of the Georgia Guidestones and interviews Wyatt Martin who helped make the financial arrangements for the structure and who claims to know the real identity of R.C. Christian. He states that R.C. Christian was not connected to any secret societies but was a loyal American who "believed in God and country".

 

A pamphlet 'Common Sense Renewed' was written by 'Robert Christian' in 1986, several years after the stones were erected, and was sent to leading politicians and shapers of public opinion. The work takes a revolutionary bent and purports that the message of the Guidestones is to find ways of rational non-violent means of resolving worldly frictions and finding "new pathways to peace" including via "guiding human reproduction" alongside changes to education and morality, transport, city planning, conservation, language, litigation and medical costs. If this work was genuinely authored by the same man who commissioned the Guidestones, it undermines the view that the structure concerns a post apocalyptic vision of the world as it talks about the issues in the present tense and expouses concerns of the world currently being populated by too many people due to "irresponsible childbearing".

 

https://projectcognition.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Common-Sense-Renewed-by-Robert-Christian.pdf

 

The documentary explores some of the theories concerning the identity of R.C. Christian and possible sympathies including Rosicrucianism, Freemasonry and atheism. Towards the end of the video, the presenters persuade Wyatt Martin to show them his archive of documents containing correspondence with Robert Christian and, despite Martin's reluctance to directly divulge any personal information about the man, they piece together some clues about his identity and later suggest he could have been a physician (and, according to his gravestone, conservationist) by the name of Herbert H. Kersten. The surname Kersten is also an archaic form of the word Christian and the filmmakers contend that this may have been merged with a like minded acquaintance Robert M. Merryman who also worked on the project at Fort Dodge. Despite being a Catholic, Kersten's views on population control were reportedly at odds with his faith. Further, he was a supporter of David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and, according to the Fort Dodge librarian interviewed, was a "white supremacist" which, if true, provides a further twist to his support for population control.

 

 

 

 

 

Nice find Eve

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On 7/11/2022 at 7:38 AM, Bombadil said:

@Hermetix. As you are relatively close by. Is there any way for you to find out who owns the land the Guidestones were built upon? Townhall records or the like.

Knowing who previous land owners were as well (if applicable) would be good.

Maybe a link could be made through this and the purchases to who might be involved

 

Huh I think you got the wrong person? I don't live in the USA.

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