The Georgia Guidestones

Submitted by: buddy 12 years ago Weird
http://www.radioliberty.com/stones.htm

The American Stonehenge? I had never heard of this and have been to Georgia many times.
There are 21 comments:
Female 1
hey guys this is true i live in elberton ga but actually the monument is closer to hartwell georgia. the stones arent all that unlessyou like history stuff but it is a cool place to visit if you havent seen them.
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Male 6
I`ve been there. A lot of condoms and beer bottles
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Male 132
wow pretty cool......i liked it. never heard of it before but i live in MI so no big deal there. hey its my 100th post!
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Female 863
^PhishTrey. Thanks for the link. I lived in NH and never heard of that. But then again there is tons of nature crap up there. What else is there to do.
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Male 3,060
hmmm...we`ve broken ALL of those rules....oh, well...who cares.
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Female 3
Actually, America`s Stonehenge is in NH.

http://stonehengeusa.com/

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Female 91
I too live in Georgia and never heard of it.
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Female 52
Wow, what unsubstantiated, paranoid drivel.
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Male 111
Why does everyone mock GA? ;-)

We suck. I know.

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Female 863
Damn hippys!

Neat, I`ve never heard of it before. Odd place to put it no? I would have gone for D.C. or Boston, but what do I know. I guess Georgia is the center of the universe in the future (going on Lou 2`s theory)

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Male 111
Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense.
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Male 111
I live in Georgia, and like I said, I`ve never heard a damn thing about this.
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Male 48
If it`s thinking of the same Thomas Paine I`m thinking about, then it`s a hoax. If I remember correctly, Thomas Paine was a Christian writer in the late 1700`s who wrote a book/column that said that America should fight against Britan.
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Female 89
Holy Crap. I got my friggin` Beatles reference for the day on that damn link>-(
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Female 552
i live in ga and never heard of a such thing mmm
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Male 6
that`s crazy. i live 20 min. away from elbert county and i have never heard of this. i`ll have to go check it out
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Female 368
this article is a bunch of paranoid right wing drivel...

yes...a conspiratorial secret society of socialist environmentalists who want to kill 90% of the world`s population, destroy judeo-christian theology, and abolish the governments of every country in favor of a world government erected these guidstones in Georgia...because after all everyone knows that if you were trying to influence humanity you would put your message in Georgia...damn that "Occult Hierarchy" and their attempts to brainwash the world by building a guide to the future in rural Georgia! Damn them!

It clearly wasn`t just some ecceentric millionare who ordered these to be built...it was the global occult conspiracy that did it...

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Male 1,033
obviously R.C stands for Reverse Chronology, and he came back from the future to place these stones to shift mankinds path from destruction by placing these stones....in Georgia
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Female 2,035
Interesting.
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Male 111
I`ve never heard of that. I would have thought that we would have gone there on a school thingy like we did every other damn thing in the state.
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Male 10,115
Link: The Georgia Guidestones [Rate Link] - The American Stonehenge? I had never heard of this and have been to Georgia many times.

Hrm.

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