The Georgia Guidestones Completely Demolished Following Explosion

from Vigilant Citizen:

The Georgia Guidestones are no more. The massive structure was completely torn down following a massive explosion. Here’s a look at the legacy of this controversial landmark.

Dubbed “America’s Stonehenge”, the Georgia Guidestones formed a mysterious landmark in Elberton, Ga. Made of four massive slabs of granite, the Guidestones contained ten “commandments” for a new “age of reason”. My 2010 article Sinister Sites: The Georgia Guidestones explained in great detail the meaning of these commandments and the occult clues left behind by its anonymous authors.


The ten guides were engraved in eight different languages and alluded to several topics dear to the world elite such as a world court, a world language, and the guiding of human reproduction. However, it was the very first guide that made the Guidestones so controversial:

Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

In order to obtain a population of less than 500 million, humanity needs to be reduced by about 93%. For this reason, the Guidestones were believed to be concrete proof of the elite’s fixation with massive depopulation.

Throughout the years, the landmark attracted lots of attention from those who revered it and those who hated it alike. Indeed, the monument was the site of strange rituals and gatherings of pagan and occult groups – often on dates with astronomical significance. It was also the target of acts of vandalism as satanic symbols and messages against the NWO (New World Order) were spraypainted on the structure on numerous occasions.

With that being said, the Guidestones are now history.

On July 6th, at around 4 am, an explosive device was detonated by “unknown individuals”. Here’s CCTV footage of the detonation.

The blast reduced one of the slabs to rubble and severely damaged the capstone. After the detonation, a car was filmed leaving the scene. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement that it is investigating the explosion together with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office.

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The Guidestones after the blast.

A few hours later, the structure was completely demolished due to “safety reasons”. Here’s a video of the Guidestones being torn to the ground.

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