Sunday, August 2, 2009

"Let these be Guidestones to An Age of Reason."

Hi everyone,

No, I am not on a conspiracy binge here, just wanting to get the facts out to you all. The more hidden news I uncover, the scarier things are looking AND changing into. I seriously think we, as a society, need to dig into some news about what is actually going on in our world instead of thinking it wont happen to us (IT WILL OR OUR CHILDREN!), dig deep, as the mainstream media wont put this stuff out there and I am not surfing the conspiracy sites either...I am surfind for actual, hard core facts to put out there and plead that you share this information with anyone you may know who can or cares to do something about it!

Here are a couple links for you to read up on if you have a minute regarding control through birth control:

Ten Commandments of the Antichrist: The Georgia Guidestones
Nancy Pelosi says birth control will help the US economy
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg: I Thought Roe Would Help Eradicate Unwanted Populations Through Abortion

Read this statement, you can find it in the wide open, on slabs in Georgia:

Consider for a moment the following quotes. "Maintain humanity under 500 million in perpetual balance with nature," "Guide reproduction wisely encouraging fitness and diversity," and "let all nations rule internally, resolving external disputes in a world court."

Sayings you may hear in popular circles today, or perhaps even the national media? Everywhere you turn, we are constantly bombarded with reports concerning obesity, abortion, global warming, diversity, and an ever growing world population. It may surprise you, however, to know that these quotes are not the headlines of a news paper article or even a twitter feed. Instead, these quotes originated from the Georgia Guidestones.

Revealed in 1980 in Elberton, Georgia, the Guidestones is a colossal 25,000 pound granite monument consisting of four 16-foot-high slabs surrounding a central column. Written in Babylonian cuneiform, Classical Greek, and Egyptian hieroglyphs this monument espouses its own ten commandments. Also written on the four sides of the capstone are the words, "Let these be Guidestones to An Age of Reason." Perhaps the creator of this memorial may have desired to leave its reader with the wisdom of creating a utopia here on earth, but some have taken the suggestions of the Guidestone to be a blue print for a New World Order. Termed as the ten commandments of the antichrist, the inscriptions are thought to be an esoteric proposal from a secret brotherhood for a new world society. However, they may simply be an elaborate hoax as well. Regardless, the words advocated on the monument are starting to have a ring of truth.

You can read the entire article here:



Blogger Brian Barker said...

I see that point 3 of the Georgia Guidestones is "unite humanity with a living new language"

Unfortunately there is no mention of Esperanto which indeed is a living new language.

Can I ask your readers to have a look at

Otherwise ?

August 2, 2009 at 9:24 PM  
Blogger Plowlady said...

absolutely! Thanks for the link share, I just watched it and hadnt heard anything like this before. Very interesting...

August 2, 2009 at 11:43 PM  

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