“Perhaps we are like cells in the mind of God, contributing to celestial functions beyond our ken, just as our cells unknowingly fashion our thoughts and actions. Perhaps the laws of nature order and constrain even the living and eternal Deity from which they spring, and of which they are a part.”
― Robert Christian (pseudonym of supposed author of stones), Common Sense Renewed (click to get a free copy)
― Robert Christian (pseudonym of supposed author of stones), Common Sense Renewed (click to get a free copy)
By Lou Saboter
The Georgia Guidestones carry a message that causes some to believe that the elite, or Illuminati, or Shadow Government, or whatever you please to call them, have a depopulation agenda which they are carrying into action through such vehicles as vaccines, weather manipulation, electromagnetic attacks, and fracking (to poison groundwater). Is there a reason for this monument that isn't immediately apparent? Is it connected to the hidden world of higher level Freemasons who notoriously work with symbol languages with occult meanings? Many believe that the Freemasons, or at least the bloodlines that rule it, extend backward some 6000 years, and their projects can take many thousands of years to complete, and take in a large number of factors, often involving astrology and other sciences not fully revealed.
eugenicist exercise that occurred in Europe some 4000 years ago. Could the druids and Freemasons be linked? They were, according to Thomas Paine, who noted they both practiced ancient sun worship. In his accounting, the 6000 years idea comes from the Zend-Avesta, holy book of Zoroastrianism. Paine wrote: "Everything used as a hieroglyphic has reference to the subject and purpose for which it is used, and we are not to suppose the Freemasons, among whom are many very learned and scientific men, to be such idiots as to make use of astronomical signs without some astronomical purpose." This is also the cause for the calendar used by the Freemasons, which is 4000 years ahead of the A.D. system most Americans are used to. And other authorities state the Freemasons existed right from the start of creation.
The druids were part of the Bell Beaker culture, and this culture brought the Stonehenge monument into being, as well as the disappearance of a race of Europeans some 4000 years. Could it be that there is some significance relating to the modern day? Recently, an ashlar appeared at the Georgia Guidestones with 20 14 or 2014 (also 16, 8, MM and JAM), and was soon after removed and shattered. Is this date meant to be 2014 A.L.? Or 4000 years ago, when the last great depopulation occurred?
Both Stonehenge and the Georgia Guidestones are lined up in an astronomically significant fashion, factoring in the Sun, which is worshiped. Does the Sun demand depopulations or genocides on occasion (think Aztecs but with greater numbers)? The Freemasons, obsessed with rank and secrecy, may have always had a sort of social Darwinist outlook. Some are more worthy than others, and it could be they who feel themselves fit to decide upon the fates of others. If this philosophy was held by the druids, it is not inconceivable some mass genocide occurred before, and was recorded secretly within the lodges, and is now set to repeat itself. The monuments may only serve as shrines or markers to this project. The setting of stones, shrines, and markers was a common practice in many old religions. It could be merely a way of soliciting the approval of the gods or higher powers And, of course, is in line with masonry proper--makers of graven images...
Are ley lines also a factor? Lines of energy that form a sort of grid of a mysterious current over the face of the Earth?
”And they set them up images and groves in every high hill, and under every green tree…and wrought wicked things to provoke the LORD to anger”
– 2 Kings 17:11
|A Pentagram Created by Connecting Monuments|
WHAT'S IN A MONUMENT?
The power of monuments to change destiny and society may be more obvious when we consider their destruction. In pre-WWII Germany, the burning of the Reichstag, a purposeful act by Hitler or false flag, ushered in his police state. Similarly, the fall of the Twin Towers, which I am convinced was a false flag, ushered in the modern American police/surveillance state. A man made structure can have a huge impact on consciousness, as can its absence. After 9/11, many people couldn't accept the absence of the Twin Towers, though they were merely structures. This absence has imprinted them deeply into our collective consciousness.
Similarly, monuments such as Stonehenge and now, increasingly, the Georgia Guidestones, affect consciousness, and alter it. The commandments on the Georgia Guidestones have to be considered if you are one wondering about the machinations of the hidden powers of the world. The moral questions raised are filtering out there years after their construction and after the supposed author of the commandments, R.C. Christian (Rosicrucian), put out his book to leaders of the world.In this way, the Guidestones literally are guiding policy which is a construct of manufactured consent and hidden agendas.
The builder of the Georgia Guidestones is known, Joe H. Fendley Sr., purportedly a Freemason, and he was President of Elberton Granite Finishing Co. Inc. However, the man who asked him to build the monument remains a mystery. According to one source, he did say his great-grandmother was a native Georgian, specified that the monument should be outside tourist areas, and invited others to expand it in the future, creating more slabs in other languages is possible. He also is R.C. Christian, and said he chose the pseudonym because he is a Christian.
The WWF COMES TOGETHER
This was blamed squarely on humans, with a precise figure of 50 percent being given as to the excess of humankind's demands on the environment, and come not so far on the heels of a recent massive march organized by peoplesclimate.org. This march was focused on climate change, although it had auxiliary environmental concerns.
It may be a good time to consider the bases for these movements.
The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international NGO (non governmental organization) formed on September 11, 1961. One of the three oft reported founders was Sir Julian Huxley, brother of Aldous Huxley who wrote Brave New World. Victor Stolen and Max Nicholson were the others. These are the founders presented by the WWF on their site.
|The Morges Manifesto|
Victor Stolen, a hotel owner, apparently provided the impetus with a letter to Huxley in which he argued for the need for international appeal to save endangered species from extinction.
Huxley was an evolutionary biologist of some repute. In 1934, the first natural history documentary, which he helped create, won an Oscar. In 1948, Sir Julian Huxley, as first Director General of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) had helped to found the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), which was originally the International Union for the Preservation of Nature (IUPN). It was headquartered in Switzerland, and is famous for its Red List of Endangered Species.
The Morges Manifesto also called for the creation of a "war room" for conservation efforts, declares the creation of a Trust at a Swiss bank, and links the WWF to the IUCN, the International Council for Bird Preservation, and the International Youth Federation for the Study and Conservation of Nature (which sprung from the IUCN).
Max Nicholson was also what you might expect of an environmental enthusiast. He was director-general of Nature Conservancy and founded British Trust for Ornithology. He took censuses of birds, working on establishing precise figures of animal populations leading perhaps to such use of exact, authoritatively announced figures as we saw in the Reuters piece. He had participated with Huxley in the formation of IUCN. He also played a part in forming Earthwatch and the Nature Conservancy.
Strangely (or perhaps not), Earthwatch is, nowadays, funded by oil and tobacco companies.
Nicholson derived some monies from an advertising executive named Guy Mountfort, which might be where the devil entered into the details. Mountfort was a less reported on founder of the World Wildlife Fund. As with most well intentioned projects, the need to gain traction and promote requires sponsors, and there's no telling exactly what kind of agendas they might introduce.
There was bedeviling before that. Julian Huxley was himself a eugenicist, a practice which concerns itself with guided evolution. He thought humanity had to bring itself to the next stage of evolution, in a process and state called transhumanism, in which technology enhances man. In his 1957 book, New Bottles for New Wine, Huxley wrote , "I believe in transhumanism: once there are enough people who can truly say that, the human species will be on the threshold of a new kind of existence, as different from ours as ours is from that of Peking man. It will at last be consciously fulfilling its real destiny."
Transhumanism may seem to conflict with conservation on its face, involving technology as it does, but Huxley seemed to view technology as a means to enhance nature.
Friends of the founders decided to pitch in.
Around 1971, Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld and Prince Philip of Edinburgh became players, among a host of other oft shadowy figures in a funding and administrative vehicle for the WWF called the 1001 Club. Supposedly, Bernhard and Anton Rupert, an entrepreneur, encouraged 1001 people to join (including them? not sure...). This is among the most secretive of clubs known, and little journalistic material was ever produced on them for decades. Wikipedia mentions that this has caused the rise of conspiracy theories, noting that South Africans found the atmosphere welcoming. In fact, one original signatory of the Morges Manifesto was R. Knobel, manager of the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Prince Bernhard is known to have joined Hitler's brownshirts in 1933 and was an SS officer by 1934 (according to official history it was to avoid tests, but the function of brownshirts was to rough up the opposition). He went on to briefly work for IG Farben, a company that produced gas chambers and used vaccines as a means of killing people. Prince Bernhard officially went on to reject Nazism, and joined the allied forces, but saved many Nazi lives from revenge at the end of WWII in Europe.
Prince Bernhard was accused of corruption and later made an admission, which he leaked only on condition it be released after his death. He took a bribe from Lockheed Martin, of which he said, "I have always earned a lot of money, so I didn't really need that million from Lockheed. How could I have been so dumb?" Lockheed Martin offered the bribe to win a contract. This was a typical bidding war bribe, such as BAE Systems, an originally British arms manufacturer, has been found guilty of since.
Bernhard was instrumental in promoting the notoriously secretive Bilderberg Group, using connections to the CIA and world leaders. Again, this is an exclusive club consisting of the richest and therefore most influential individuals as pertains to the shaping of society. The need for secrecy was couched in the gentlest terms by Bernhard, basically indicating it is merely a safe environment for the rich to express views which then may be taken into account, though never imposed, on governments.What is clear is that many Bilderberg attendees do not fit the definition of environmentalist, and are in fact creators of pollution.
Leaving that aside, what else do we know about the 1001 Club? Well, maybe not enough.
It was concluded by one investigator, Val Smith, that Ted Turner probably is R.C. Christian. Ted Turner, who is part of the Bilderberg Group, has stated that he believes in depopulation publicly, and attended a meeting that many believe was about initiating a depopulation project in the United States. Ted Turner even put out another set of 10 Commandments.
1. I promise to have love and respect for the planet earth and living things thereon, especially my fellow species–humankind.
2. I promise to treat all persons everywhere with dignity, respect, and friendliness.
3. I promise to have no more than two children, or no more than my nation suggests.
4. I promise to use my best efforts to save what is left of our natural world in its untouched state and to restore damaged or destroyed areas where practical.
5. I pledge to use as little nonrenewable resources as possible.
6. I pledge to use as little toxic chemicals, pesticides, and other poisons as possible and to work for their reduction by others.
7. I promise to contribute to those less fortunate than myself, to help them become self-sufficient and enjoy the benefits of a decent life, including clean air and water, adequate food and health care, housing, education, and individual rights.
8. I reject the use of force, in particular military force, and back United Nations arbitration of international disputes.
9. I support the total elimination of all nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons of mass destruction.
10. I support the United Nations and its efforts to collectively improve the conditions of the planet.
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The monument is also a sort of reversed Tower of Babel, calling for a unified language. Samuel Pritchard, in "Masonry Dissected," asserted that Freemasonry got its start with the construction of the Tower of Babel. However, Thomas Paine rejected this claim as preposterous.
In his introduction he says, "the original institution of Masonry consisted in the foundation of the liberal arts and sciences, but more especially in geometry, for at the building of the tower of Babel, the art and mystery of Masonry was first introduced, and from thence handed down by Euclid, a worthy and excellent mathematician of the Egyptians; and he communicated it to Hiram, the Master Mason concerned in building Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem."
Besides the absurdity of deriving Masonry from the building of Babel, where, according to the story, the confusion of languages prevented the builders understanding each other, and consequently of communicating any knowledge they had, there is a glaring contradiction in point of chronology in the account he gives. -- Thomas Paine, Origins of Freemasonry