Uproar over Georgia Guidestones
Evangelical Free Christians insist the features on the Georgia Guidestone hold hidden occult meanings, and he wants the monument removed
Monday, August 01, 2005
by Spero News
An Evangelical Free Christian organization named The Resistance is calling for the immediate removal of the Georgia Guidestones tourist attraction.
In the small town of Elberton Georgia, the 19 foot tall granite monument has stood since 1980 consisting of four stones with ten commandments engraved into the sides in 8 different languages. The Georgia Guidestones were paid for anonymously by a man calling himself R.C. Christian and his identity has remained a mystery ever since.
The first commandment is to, Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature. (The current population is over 6 billion) Other commandments speak of a world court and a new world language, and remind us to "be not a cancer on the earth."
John Conner, spokesperson for The Resistance, insists the name "R.C. Christian" and features on the monument hold hidden occult meanings. Elberton Georgia is the granite capitol of the world leading many to believe the creation of the monument was simply a publicity stunt for the town. Others dismiss the stones as a creation of an eccentric environmentalist, but many Christians, like Conner are disturbed with the stones.
"The Satanic Georgia Guidestones must be removed," insists Conner. "The message of the Georgia Guidestones is absolutely appalling, and the residents in Elberton should be outraged and be fighting to have them removed," he says. "We have atheists and Satanists getting the 10 commandments removed from public property, yet the satanic Georgia Guidestones have stood for decades, and nobody seems to care. Well, we do."
Whatever their origin, whether a clever publicity stunt for the Granite Association and the town of Elberton, or the creation by an occultist and supporter of the New World Order, their meaning remains the same. They are satanic, and must come down, according to Connor.
John Conner is the author of The Resistance Manifesto, a book exposing Satanism in America and throughout history - including an examination of the meaning behind the pseudonym R. C. Christian, the name used by the man who paid for the Guidestones, as well as investigations into the Church of Satan, Freemasonry, Skull and Bones and other secret societies.