The mysterious Georgia Guidestones that call for a drastic culling of the earth’s population are receiving fresh attention in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The stone monuments in Georgia were built in 1980 at a cost of a staggering $500,000 on behalf of “a small group of loyal Americans” who have managed to remain anonymous to this very day. It is rumored that Ted Turner was one of the people in that group.
Turner has repeatedly advocated for a 95 percent cull in the human population and attends strange conferences with the likes of Bill Gates and George Soros to discuss how globalists can use their wealth to “slow the growth of the world’s population.”
“The east and west corners of the monument track sunrise and sunset. A slot that’s cut into one of the slabs marks the winter and summer solstices. A shaft that’s drilled through the center of the stone marks Polaris, the north star. And a slit that’s cut through the capstone marks the perfect noon time. So that means it’s this sort of granite Swiss Army knife: The Guidestones have a calendar, a compass, a translator and a guide…which is bananas.”
As Lesley Kennedy points out, “In the middle of the time of Covid, in 2020, the Georgia Guidestones take on a whole new meaning.”
The most controversial aspect of the stones is the message carved into them, which has made the monument a target for vandals on a number of different occasions.
The stones call for “maintaining humanity under 500 million,” a figure which the world hasn’t seen since the 1500’s and would require outright mass genocide to achieve.
The population reduction message has made the monument a target for those who believe that it’s a beacon for technocratic elitists to flaunt their new world order agenda.
In a similar manner to Stonehenge, visitors to the monument often report feeling a strange, powerful energy while standing near them, with one commenting, “It was rather surreal and eerie actually standing next to them. It is even eerier with the remoteness of the actual site.”
As we highlighted earlier, another bizarre monolith was recently discovered in a remote area of a Utah desert. It was almost certainly placed there by a prankster, but succeeded in setting off another round of debate over the symbolism of monoliths, particularly in relation to Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey.