American Stonehenge – Mystery in Georgia

This is pretty strange. I had never heard of this before this article. Apparently this monument exists in the state of Georgia and has for nearly the last thirty years. Only one old man knows who commissioned its construction but he’s not talking. Apparently the man who approached him and commissioned the monument went under a fake name and represented a secret organization. He asked that all record be destroyed.

On the stones are instructions craved in eight languages. These instructions detail how to live and rebuild a better world after the destruction of civilization on earth.

This is a five page article, which is a little long but a very interesting read if you are into mysteries and the occult.

It just amazes me that something like this can be built more recently in the US and yet no one is aware of who paid for it and why.

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  1. Interesting. Has it all been translated? And if civilization is destroyed who would rebuild it?

    I bet it’s a dormant lodestone for extra terrestrials. When civilization is destroyed, it will activate, and the extra terrestrials will be able to populate the earth.

    I’m weird.

  2. @Undercover_Librarian - It’s the same thing written in eight languages.

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

    Guide reproduction wisely improving fitness and diversity.

    Unite humanity with a living new language.
    Rule passion, faith, tradition, and all things with tempered reason.
    Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
    Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
    Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
    Balance personal rights with social duties.
    Prize truth, beauty, love, seeking harmony with the infinite.
    Be not a cancer on the earth. Leave room for nature. Leave room for nature.

  3. @Axis_of_Doom – No one knows. The man that financed it freely admitted it was an assumed name and that he represented an organization that would remain anonymous. The only person that knows who the man is the banker that handled the transfer of money from the financier to the contractor building the monument, purchasing the land (which was donated to the county), etc. The banker has stated he will not say who it was.

  4. hm, interesting … not what I thought this was going to be about though.  I was hoping it was about Stone Mountain, in Georgia, this big, round, mound of rock that you can hike up or ride up in a skycar.  (one of my favorite places, ever) oh well.

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