Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Georgia Guidestones

Q Thank you for considering this question and with sincere gratitude for opening my eyes to our current civilizations (and past ones as well) What are The Georgia Guidestones really? We know it is a granite monument in Elbert County, Georgia, USA built in 1980. There is a message clearly conveying a set of ten guidelines inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient languages' scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit and Egyptian hieroglyphs. 
A. I see this as a visionary statement for a new world. I get that a small group of people in power got together and created this as a symbol of what they wanted and what they felt was important for the existence of people to continue on.  They see the path the world is taking and realize that it cannot sustain if we maintain the current momentum.  I also get that these elite "powers at be" realize that something is happening- It may be economic, natural disaster or disease, or a combination of those things, and for humankind to persevere through this, we will have to live by a new set of standards.  I don't get these "guidelines" are made of malicious intend, or a way to evoke fear, I see them as more of a realistic and practical set of principles that may come across as shocking (the population one stands out), but when you take time to absorb them, would be necessary for our existence.  

This comes through to me as a base foundation for a New World Order, but one that is beneficial for all society.  Again, the one statement about a reduced population really stood out to me.  Then I get that if the earth was reset, and we lost capability to manufacture and transport food the way it is done now (I get a vision of the show LIttle House on the Prairie), and we had to grow our own food- the earth could only provide for so many people.  We have gotten away from living from and giving back to the earth, but in this new society the realization of our roots is reintroduced- we need to be in better balance with ourselves and the earth.

Q Who are the authors and what is the reason? Numerous authors and researchers have attempted to interpret the rationale behind these ten guidelines. RC Christian is said to be the person who commissioned and authored the stones inscriptions but it is widely known that this is a pseudonym. 
A. I see the authors were a small group of men (3 or 4) that are affiliated with a group pushing for the New World Order and related to the powers at be (wealthy and of a banking ancestory).  I hear Rockefeller's and Bernstein's.  I get these men (the authors) are many generations down and these men are revolting about what and how their former ancestors handled their wealth.  The authors look almost like rebellious children that have grown up and want to speak out.   

These authors wanted to speak out in a silent way to get the world thinking in a different way.  These are broad messages that when thought of talk about personal responsibility and self reliance.  When people are hungry or unhealthy, they need wisdom to grow food and knowledge of how to heal themselves.  Trade and wisdom will be the next wealth, not money.

Q Are the stones meant to help us or is it some kind of warning to the world? 
A. I don't see them as a way to scare, but rather be self aware. Don't look to be saved, but rather prepare to be able to save yourself. It is a message of how to live in harmony, and pick your battles wisely. Support justice and live fairly. Know when to not cross the line. 

I then see two kids fighting (my impression is that they represent two other countries).  I hear the adults in the room (wisdom) saying you have to let them fight their own battles.  If you fight it for them they won't appreciate what they have won, and will just fight again when you aren't around to save them.  I see that is why some of the countries in the world continue to fight- because others intervene all the time and never let the warring countries come to their own resolution.

Q Also, why put it in Georgia?

A. Georgia feels safe and neutral.  It has been foretold (and I have seen it many times too) that the Mississippi waters will rise, and Georgia is a "safe" place.  

I also get that at some point China will own or inhabit much of the land west of the Mississippi- Georgia is safe and free of that influence too.  I get these are American men that created these, and want them to stay on American soil up to and through the evolution and change of earth. 

And that is all I have on this read.  Thank you.  Narrated reading available on YouTube.


Craig said...

Just a couple of comments here. First, I would ask the authors of the stones why they spend all that money on rocks laying down future rules instead of helping people who really need it right now. They blow their billions on everything but what really matters. Sorry for the rant, it just irks me.

Second, yes, Lori Toye (I AM America)has laid out in her future maps that there will be safe places to congregate, and that these will be spiritual places too of high vibration. One is located in eastern Georgia border with South Carolina (away from the coast). I think that's where the guidestones are, or near there.

Astrolofting said...

I think it wasn't built to benefit us directly, but rather to enlighten future generations. It looks set to survive floods and all sorts of natural disaster, something like the Stonehenge or the Pyramids, a monument that can withstand time.

YourPsychicFocus said...

@ Astrolofting: I see it for both our 'new' and 'future' world...

Bee E-lightened said...

Who made them spokesperson for earth. The creator is in charge. There's enough land for everybody but these same ppl has the world in the state it is in and corporate greed. The rich/poor gap is too wide, they shld try to narrow will benefit the world if they did...not talk about population control. I detest wealthy folks. They rape and rob to get their wealth. I refuse to listen to them. The earth is perfect. We make it imperfect. They will throw me in jail if i put a stone there bc am not wealthy enough to do it.