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The Georgia Guidestones



The message of the Georgia guidestones is contained in 12 languages total; English, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Spanish, and Swahili; and 4 other uncommon ones; the "archaic" languages of Sanskrit, Babylonian Cuneiform, Egyptian Hieroglyphics and Classical Greek.



The 10 messages on the stones are as follows:



1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.





There is some definite history to this whole franchise. The message is written on the front and back of 4 large "tombstones", tucked away on a hill in a rural Georgia town (Elberton--the granite capital of the world). But BEFORE we get into opinions ABOUT the guidestones, I am going to take on the messages one-by-one--in my usual snotty fashion that people find so entertaining.


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

Overnight Guy's Comment: That's a pretty good start right there. As breeding continues with zero restrictions, the earth is currently at over 6, 7, maybe 8 billion people; simple math shows that we would start by eliminating 11 of 12 people currently here, and then guide limited breeding so as to not go over the limit (I predicted we would have to snuff 19 out of 20 people back in 2001). Over 90% of current humans must die? Hell yes! Sign me up for this stuff right now. Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#1: Positive.


2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and diversity.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Right. I already anticipated the 'limited breeding'. They go on to promote fitness and diversity? Wait; I bet that the fitness and diversity to be improved are mentioned here for the breeding process. As in; let's have the most physically capable humans breed--the healthiest. Sure; I'm good with that. The positive side of diversity is a stronger immune system, and a generally more tan skin complexion. So; I won't be ALLOWED to breed because I am pale and White? I'm IN; here, take all of my money. Sign me up now! Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#2: Positive.


3. Unite humanity with a living new language.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Right. This was another one of those "problems" I figured out way early in life. People should keep their native tongue--whatever they learned to speak in their area, but people should also learn a universal language that would be shared with all humans. The best example ever made known to me was sign-language; it is the "newest" language, usually reserved for people with hearing problems, and most of it (I've heard that 80%) is the same all over the world. A humanity-uniting language is the best idea yet! Let me join your club! I'll wear a bathrobe and dance at the airport; let me help...Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#3: Positive.


4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Right. "Tempered reason"; I've heard that before. Think before you shoot! This seems like a good foundation of logic to me. Let's all join hands and chant. Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#4: Positive.


5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Right. Since we don't have "fair laws and just courts", then I would be among the first to call this idea to order. Who do you want me to kill first? Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#5: Positive.


6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Right. This one is pretty obvious. Let's roll! Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#6: Positive.


7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

Overnight Guy's Comment: This is going to wipe out at least 9 of 10 politicians, so I'm all for this one, too. Let me into your damn club! We can start with the killing and cooking of the politicians! Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#7: Positive.


8. Balance personal rights with social duties.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Clean up after yourself; don't live by whatever stupidity the people who lived before you did. Keep your desires in check, and link what it is that you want with your personal ability to maintain and sustain the balance that is in life. I am ready to spread the word! Let me sell your guidestone books door-to-door. Death to the polluters and socially lazy! Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#8: Positive.


9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with the infinite.

Overnight Guy's Comment: This is what I've been saying all along! The first 35 years of my life were spent NOT believing in a singular God, necessarily, but BELIEVING in a higher spiritual force that expects each human to strive for alignment with the infinite intelligence. Viva la Granite! This is too easy. Wait; no, we must read through the entire list. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#9: Positive.


10. Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.

Overnight Guy's Comment: Hmmm. I'm ALL for the betterment of the world as a result of each individual's existence. But too many "cancer"'s have been allowed to exist already. "Leave room for nature", said twice, does concern me in the context that there must be a "natural" way to achieve these desired results. I do not fear the extinction of man virus, but I DO fear the extinction of nature. So; let nature ring! As much as I do know about the impact of man on this planet, I will also project that we humans could be transformed into a positive virus. It will take tons of work, and a shift in perceived importance of the big picture--but we are capable. I can help with all of this...However, the simple fact that humans were allowed to exist on this planet proves that we were meant to have a grand impact. We are SUPPOSED to be leaving footprints in the sand--whether we want to or not! Perhaps this "nature" that we are to leave room for should come down here and show us the way. This will be the ONLY guidestone that I do not have a positive perception of. Is the overall perception of this idea negative, positive or indifferent?
#10: Indifferent.




Following the words of these guidestones, I completely agree with 9 of the 10 messages. With further review, it could easily be all 10. Now let's talk about other aspects.





From before the age of 10 (thank you), I have said many profound things like: eating the cleansing organs of animals (chicken livers) was a bad idea, prisoners should be building prisons--and new drugs should be tested on those "inprisoned", Jesus/religion/whatever needs an update into modern times, new human breeding must be slowed down to the death rate AT LEAST, perpetual motion/renewable energy is happening all around you--YOU are the idiot for not noticing and following up, America is a reclusive (spoiled brat) republic that the masses have zero control of, humans need a universal language, and life is pretty much meaningless. I came up with all of this and more in the 3rd grade, I think. Does this make me a 'brilliant pessimist'? Okay; then screw you. I had, and still have, solutions; nobody likes my solutions because they involve thinking about life from a different perspective--many will die and everybody left will have to do some suffering. Deal with it...And then these stones show up in 1980; stones that contain most of what I already know (are correct, but) are not popular ideas for the masses. I could have helped R. C. Christian and his posse with their presentation; but again, nobody consults with me before they just go off and do things.

We're not talking today about moving toward being vegetarian, housing criminals, harnessing energy, or the government. Today we speak of the Georgia Guidestones; so let's stick with religion, breeding, and a mental point of reference:
Religious timing: My biggest problem with organized religion is that the commonly accepted ones are thousands of years old. However relevant they may have been at an earlier time, they leak profusely in their attempt to hold water today. Back in the 70's, I remember saying in a church that 'Jesus needs an update', and my words were less than welcomed. Hey Mr. Verse-quoter, how old is that bible you keep referring to? While you pray for some revelation on that, let's discuss the relevance of these guidestones in THIS world. Whoever R. C. Christian was, he and his group developed the plan for these guidestones in 1979; they were completed in 1980. Less than 30 years ago? Okay. Now I see some relevance here. This is not some misty metaphor dug out of translated text from a time before indoor plumbing; this stuff happened when I was in high school. This happened during MY life; DURING--I can relate. The words on the stones are written well, and written concisely. And it doesn't take years to learn. To understand this whole "religion"; maybe it takes a minute if you read slowly.

Population: The most common/first mentioned negative concern about these Georgia Guidestones is (of course) about how we reduce the population by 90+%. Who lives, and who dies? Look at people AGAIN trying to justify human existence. "But you can't just kill people." Why not? What is so horrible about sacraficing some life for the betterment of the rest? Often a surgeon must cut--in order to heal. The Personally Ingrained Entitlement ("p.i.e."; MY word, thank you) that most people feel honestly sickens me. People are stupid! Whenever you start talking about killing people, eating people, or using humans as the slave race I believe we were intended to be, the people being talked to get defensive. People start trying to justify THEIR OWN existence; can you believe that crap? There is no justification.

Individual mental reference point: Here is where I make most of my enemies! If you haven't noticed; letting most humans run around and make decisions for themselves is what has gotten us into this currently unsustainable toilet bowl (especially women and their unchecked breeding). Many humans still plan to "bury their dead" (cemetaries--perhaps you have heard of these), and take up more ground space (which is completely insane; dead bodies are either food, fuel, or fertilizer--NO exceptions). We have over 6+ billion people on the planet, and yet, we still do not have an organized plan for turning any of our waste back into something productive (Hey; women are SUPPOSED to be smart, snicker, so let the women figure THIS one out before even 1 more crying baby is born--thank you.). Modern conveniences tend to LET us forget about the survival instincts of food, clothing and shelter--but the fate of our future is ignored.

The Iroquois Indians considered the impact of their decisions on the next 7 generations before taking action; that's about as far away from "instant gratification" as you can get. Most humans have a "band-aid" mentality--they just want to cover-up current problems. As long as you can't "see" the problem, you don't worry about it. Yeah; flush that toilet. You know about the $8 trillion U. S. debt being left for future generations, right? The Iroquois didn't set that crap up. It's not my fault that 95% of the people act without considering the consequences of their actions. And along with 'considering the impact of your decisions' comes considering the delicate balance of nature. If you make any change to natural order, there WILL be consequences in multiple directions; and the negativity of those consequences will probably dwarf the original "inconvenience" that made you want to change the natural order (like transplanting non-native species).

You don't get to play God, at least not for very long. So; was it fun?

Some folks have come out and said that these guidestones are blatant representations of the Illuminatti's plan for global domination. Really? In all that I've heard, the global domination plan by the middle earth lizards in charge has NOTHING to do with loving nature and using common sense. In fact, the global domination plans I'VE heard are by the corporate heads and politicians who are hell bent on destroying the earth and all of its resources. Their motto is that 'nature was overrated anyway'. I'll be going round and round on this point in the e-mail flood that's coming (people will say, as they always do, that I must be one of them Illum-O-nauts); so let me just go ahead and get this part over with: those fat donkey-butts in that gay sorority known as the Illuminatti did NOT erect any tombstones promoting nature or common sense. Okay? That's NOT how they roll. THEY would have erected a strip mall, with some gas pumps, fast food, and built some low-income housing nearby. It would be a whole different set of "guidestones", you useless eater, sir.

The Georgia guidestones, which you should google and read all you can about, do not represent any specific religion. They are words within a work of art meant for all of mankind. We can't put a band-aid on this crisis directly ahead. The breeding, polluting, and even YOUR personal perspective must change immediately. We must have a massive human awakening, leading to the understanding, and then actions following a new course. Personally, I think that ONLY those who are willing to sacrafice EVERYTHING THEY HAVE should be allowed to live. (And the crowd goes silent.) As far as I'm concerned, the Georgia guidestones are as great a religion as any to be found on this crust of our home planet here. And as a final rib-kick to those who would disagree with me, I will add that the Georgia guidestones are a glorious work of art. They are beautiful! If anybody tries a 9/11 controlled demolition on them, then I will direct some of my buds back in GA to have a nice, big bar-b-que of the "imploders".



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