Coming back from the Georgia Guidestones, will post pics when I get back home.
Would be cool to have an /x/ meet-up there, usually there's 2 or 3 families visiting, and this is in the middle of nowhere, or at least a really rural county.
Will also post a Cherokee monument I came across, the Guidestones are literally a 10 minute ride from the exact place the Cherokee thought was the center of the universe. I wonder if that caused RC Christian to build there?
Back, posting some pictures from around the area. Elberton is the granite capital of the world, so there's a lot of really nice cemeteries and monuments along the roads and stuff, also one of the reasons it was chosen for the Guidestones.
Here's the road leading to them, Guidestone Road. Really in the middle of nowhere.
OP, is that weird little cube in the top of of one of the upright stones and under the cap-stone still there, and what letters/ numbers were showing on it?
I think someone removed it. Probably it was just one of the founders of the Guidestones Group who had died, maybe other members wanted to memorialize him?
Or it could be spoopy Kaaba chakra bullshit idk
Kek, they were a little bigger looking in person.
That got knocked out and smashed shortly after it appeared. Supposedly the guy in the video was hired by the Guidestone's creator as a groundskeeper, and the cube was put in by someone else as a prank.
Interesting. I'd heard that the block was just someone's wedding date and their initials. Has that little cut out always been in the top of the upright stone prior the 666 cube being installed by "pranksters"?
Pretty sure that it was put there recently, the biggest mystery was how they cut into it so well but I wouldn't be surprised if they just knew, Elberton's main economy is granite because it's pretty high quality. Plus the monument probably doesn't have anything explicitly Satanic associated with it like 666, I'm sure they tried to avoid that, plus it was created as a monument to conservation and logic in the middle of the Cold War.
I wonder if they installed the cameras before or after the cube?
Here is a closeup pic of one of the upright guidestones circa 1980.
You can clearly see there was a score line or a smaller form fitting block already in place before the 666 cube appeared in 2014.
That's what made me think the 666 cube was supposed to be there, but after seeing that old dude chisel it to pieces I guess not.
Then what was the purpose of the original little, form fitting block at the top of the upright?
I demand answers.
Augusta, reporting in. Anyone want to do a southeast /x/ meet up there this month?
OP Fayette County here, I'd be down for this, you should make a thread for it. I know a pretty big conspiracy theorist, he'd love to come and I'd be willing to drive the 2 and a half hours out there.
If you're out there and take an interest in spirituality (I assume most of you are but I'm new here), check out the Cherokee assembly ground while you're at it. It's the exact point that the Cherokee thought was the center of the world.
Elberton is a pretty beautiful place, too, just to go to the little shops and talk around a bit.
I could find the exact coordinates somewhere, I just plugged them into my phone and got there
The weird part is, it's basically on an empty field (except an industrial building is right in front of it now). Usually they would have their sacred sites at mounds or mountains, I wonder what must've happened here to make them love the spot so much.
interesting. i had been to the guidestones a few times (sc resident but moving back to ga soon) but i might visit again and check up that site since 1/8 of my ancestors thought it was such a big deal.
and honestly, the stones are spoopy enough to warrant a visit all by themselves.
I mean people could really cash in on it. It's a pretty small community, just surprised they don't publicize it. Pretty much everyone agrees it's a really weird and mysterious monument.
Considering the monument still has a caretaker and is centered around repopulating after an apocalypse, I think they may have put a cache there for when the time comes. Why would you put a huge granite slab over an empty hole and engrave it with "Right below this spot lies a capsule." You'd bury it first.
>you will never ride up to northeast GA with your /x/ friends and find a fallout bunker in a small rural community far enough away from major population centers but still close to the railroad
It's the perfect place for one
kill em all pls... too many are too much trouble and they just run around doing nothing but annoying those that rly wanna do something.
Pls, fking kill'em all.
NWO or no, doesn't matter, I just want 90% less people, makes life easier and simpler.
Anyone know what this means? The initials CGR were carved like this on different places of the monument.
Yeah, I read something to that effect: some local businessman who was involved in coke using a mason (chisel, not apron) to launder his cash.
Far as I can see that's no evidence for it but it's a cool theory.