Some people say that a particle weapon or DEW, Direct Energy Weapon was used to strike the Georgia Guidestones. Some say it was the White Hats. And others say that the Black Hats were responsible for this attack.

The Georgia Guidestones had a lot of influence in the education of many people who seek for the truth about this world we live in. It was literally a monument in the echelon of conspiracy theories. Everybody involved in global research 'should' know about the Georgia Guidestones. And the interesting part was that it was a real object and not a concept or theory. It was a real monument that you could touch. And now it's gone.

Georgia Guidestones
The Georgia Guidestones dominated the highest elevation in the county, which is located in the northeastern Piedmont section of the state. Known to some as the American Stonehenge because of their striking resemblance to England’s famous monument, the Georgia Guidestones were unveiled on March 22, 1980.
The Guidestones’ mysterious origins go back to the summer of 1979, when a man calling himself R. C. Christian came to Elberton in search of both a granite firm to execute his design for a monument and a suitable site for the construction of it. The man admitted that “Christian” was a pseudonym, chosen because it represented his own beliefs and those of the organization that planned and funded the project. To this day, Christian’s real name and the true identity of his organization are unknown. Christian claimed that he chose Elbert County because of its abundant supply of granite, the rural nature of its landscape, and its relatively mild climate, and because some of his ancestors had once lived in the region.


Nobody Knows How to Interpret This Doomsday Stonehenge in Georgia
How to interpret the guidelines, who put the stone there, and what people should do about them are all hotly debated.
On the stones are ten instructions:
  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
  10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.


Georgia Guidestones
The Georgia Guidestones was a granite monument that stood in Elbert County, Georgia, United States, from 1980 to 2022. It was 19 feet 3 inches (5.87 m) tall and made from six granite slabs weighing a total of 237,746 pounds (107,840 kg).[1] The structure was sometimes referred to as an "American Stonehenge".[2][3] The monument's creators believed that there was going to be an upcoming social, nuclear, or economic calamity and they wanted the monument to serve as a guide for humanity in the world which would exist after it.


Can You Dig It ?

Wikipedia wrote: "... and they wanted the monument to serve as a guide for humanity in the world which would exist after it."

We can dig this idea of a monument in time. It can serve as a guidance for future generations after an almost Extinction Level Event (ELE). Almost, because the survivors of the almost-ELE can use a time monument, such as these Guidestones, to remember the old world and to learn from the past.

But not everyone can dig the Georgia Guidestones. And this is mostly due to line 1 and 2 of the ten instructions on the Georgia Guidestones.

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature
  2. Guide reproduction wisely 

These words can bring a lot of questions and confusion. The story behind the creation of the Guidestones has many mysteries. And of course some people may ask: who are these people, putting up a huge granite monument and writing those words, in stone? And who are they, to maintain and guide the concept of: population control?

Was this monument really about population control? The very first instruction written in stone, points towards that direction. And who are these people, who wrote these instructions in various languages, in stone?

Guidestone languages
Below the two columns of text were written the caption "GUIDESTONE LANGUAGES", with a diagram of the granite slab layout beneath it. The names of eight modern languages were inscribed along the long edges of the projecting rectangles, one per edge. Starting from due north and moving clockwise around so that the upper edge of the northeast rectangle was listed first, they were English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. At the bottom center of the tablet was the text:
Additional information available at Elberton Granite Museum & Exhibit
College Avenue
Elberton, Georgia


The Georgia Guidestones. Photo by: jaredfromspace -

The Conspiracy Theory

Because of the first instruction; maintain humanity under 500,000,000, and the mysterious story of R. C. Christian and his organization, some people believe that the Guidestones were created by a cabal shadow government secret society group who published their goals, written is stone.

The Georgia Guidestones were unveiled on March 22, 1980. And March 22 can be written as: 3-22.
The number 322 can be the number of the notorious Skull and Bones secret society. And this of course adds more fuel to the conspiracy theory.

Skull and Bones
Skull and Bones, also known as The Order, Order 322 or The Brotherhood of Death, is an undergraduate senior secret student society at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. The oldest senior class society at the university, Skull and Bones has become a cultural institution known for its powerful alumni and various conspiracy theories. It is one of the "Big Three" societies at Yale, the other two being Scroll and Key and Wolf's Head.


Count of St. Germain by unknown artist.

R.C. Christian,
St. Germain and Christian Rosenkreuz

We think that, if it really was a secret society who created the Guidestones, the key may be in the name of it's handler, namely: R. C. Christian. His initials could be: RosiCrucian. And the name Christian could refer to: Christian Rosenkreuz.

You may have heard the stories about some historical figures, such as Saint Germain, and perhaps Christian Rosenkreuz, who are able to cross the borders of the illusion of time.

They appear in various chapters in world history, and they look like they've never aged. And the rumour goes that these figures live (deeply) underground. Which also causes a very slow aging process.

Christian Rosenkreuz
legendary traveler
According to the books, Rosenkreuz was born in 1378 and lived for 106 years.


Christian Rosenkreuz
Christian Rosenkreuz is seen to have been Lazarus/St. John in his previous life, the Beloved Disciple whom the Christ had "raised from the dead" and who would remain active until the Lord's return.
Some occultists including Rudolf Steiner, Max Heindel[6] and (much later) Guy Ballard, have stated that Rosenkreuz later reappeared as the Count of St. Germain, a courtier, adventurer and alchemist who reportedly died on 27 February 1784. Steiner once identified Rembrandt's painting "A Man in Armour" as a portrait of Christian Rosenkreuz, apparently in a 17th-century manifestation. Others believe Rosenkreuz to be a pseudonym for a more famous historical figure, usually Francis Bacon. Steiner gave lectures on Rosenkreutz and Rosicrucianism.


What Happened to “America’s Stonehenge”?
According to the granite company’s book, which leans heavily on the testimony of Fendley and Martin, R. C. Christian claimed to represent a group of “loyal Americans who believed in God and country,” and who had been planning the guidestones for more than twenty years. The mystery of this group’s identity has since invited speculation of its own. Some have claimed that Christian belonged to a “Luciferian secret society,” whereas others, pointing to his name, believed that he was a Rosicrucian mystic. At least one detail in the granite company’s book compelled the Luciferian hypothesizers: the monument’s engraver, a local man named Charlie Clamp, had heard “strange music and disjointed voices” while he etched more than four thousand characters into the stones over a period of weeks.

Source: - 9.2.2022

But we don't want to point any fingers in any direction, when it comes to: who did it? We are non-linear chronological time navigators, and we're curious about the aspects of transporting time. And the story of the Georgia Guidestones fits the strange dynamics of time and space. And yes, we're also curious about who created the Guidestones and who destroyed it?

Who Stole a Fragment of Georgia’s Esoteric Tablets?
IN SEPTEMBER, THE BIZARRE STORY OF the Georgia Guidestones got a little stranger, with the secret addition and public removal of a new stone cube fitted into a notch at the top of one granite slab. The cube bore several inscriptions including the numbers 20 and 14, setting conspiracy theorists abuzz trying to decipher the meaning of it all. As conspiracy author Mark Dice put it, ”People feared it was a clue that the Illuminati were about to greenlight their population-reduction plan.”
But conspiracy theories aside, there are genuine mysteries involving the Guidestones. The most recent saga began back in 2009, when a 6 x 6 x 6 cube of granite was stolen from the top corner of one of the stones. Four years later, in 2013, a man named William Jeremy Ellis was apprehended in the middle of the night while attempting to put the cube back onto the monument. He later explained that he had removed the stone for “personal esoteric and numerological reasons,” and that he’d decided to return it because he ”didn’t want that weight anymore.” The original cube was recovered and when we spoke by phone to Christopher Kubas, executive vice president of Elberton Granite, which is still in charge of maintaining the monument, he confirmed that he is in possession of the original cube but that the company has not yet decided what to do with it.

Source: - 11.19.2014

The Destruction

Conspiracy theories are as old as the history of mankind. And when the Internet was introduced in the human world, the worldwide web was filled with websites regarding conspiracy theories. The introduction of social media amplified the possibilities to share news and information.

And the Georgia Guidestones became more and more a landmark and status symbol of global domination, in the eyes of those people, who think that a shadow cabal group created the instruction of population control, written in stone.

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

This resulted in the first publically known attack on the Georgia Guidestones. A person or a group used spraycan paint to deface the Guidestones. It was not only an attack on the monument it self but also an attack on the words written in stone: ... in perpetual balance with nature. Because spraycan paint is not very environmental friendly, unless the culprits used some Eco-friendly type of paint and spraycans.

Vandals deface mysterious Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County
The Georgia Guidestones, a 19-foot tall structure somewhat resembling the ancient Stonehenge monument of England, was recently vandalized in Elbert County and no one knows by whom.
But the inclusion of the word Isis in the graffiti earned the attention of the feds.


The stones defaced with polyurethane paint and graffiti. Photo by: Picoterawatt

The monument was controversial even before it was unveiled. Some locals referred to its construction as 'the devils work'. A local minister warned that "occult groups" would visit the site and that a sacrifice was imminent. A 2009 Wired article also noted that sandblaster Charlie Clamp spent hundreds of hours on the etching, during which time he was "constantly distracted by "strange music and disjointed voices"
In 2008, the stones were defaced with polyurethane paint and graffiti with slogans such as "Death to the New World Order".[23] Wired magazine called the defacement "the first serious act of vandalism in the guidestones' history".[1] In September 2014, an employee of the Elbert County maintenance department contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation when the stones were vandalized with graffiti including the phrase: "I Am Isis, goddess of love."[24] After the acts of vandalism, security cameras were installed on the site.


The Explosion on 766

On July 6, 2022 an explosion was heard. People noticed that a part of the Guidestons were destroyed. It's an interesting date: 7-6-2022. And 2022 is 6, making this date look like: 766.
The number of the neighbour of the Beast?

Or do we have to read this date as: 7 + 6 = 13. And 1 + 3 = 4. And then 2 + 0 + 2 + 2 = 6.
And finally: 4 + 6 = 10. The Georgia Guidestones had ten instructions.

On July 6, 2022, an explosive device exploded at the site, destroying the Swahili/Hindi language slab and causing significant damage to the capstone. Nearby residents reportedly heard and felt explosions at around 4:00 a.m.[25][20] CCTV footage recorded a vehicle leaving the scene and police investigated the incident.


A Georgia monument was destroyed. Locals blame conspiracy theories
For more than four decades the Georgia Guidestones served as an unusual rural roadside attraction and a testament to the region's granite industry.
Until somebody decided to blow it up this month. Around 4 a.m. on July 6, someone placed an explosive device at the base of the granite monument just outside of town and demolished one of the 19-foot-tall slabs. For safety reasons, the rest soon followed.
"My initial reaction was heartbreak and anger, frustration," Graves said. "And I think that's consistent with the community's reaction."

Source: - 7.28.2022

Undated instructions for the site's time capsule.

The Time Capsule

There were rumors, Tweets, and pictures of items that supposedly were inside a Time Capsule found underneath the Georgia Guidestones. A Tweet form Sheriff Melvin Andrews went viral after he revealed the 4 items that were found inside the Time Capsule of the Guidestones.

  1. A single eight-track tape of ‘Saturday Night Fever'.
  2. Peterbilt emblem.
  3. An October 1979 Playboy magazine signed by Burt Reynolds.
  4. And a bag containing 1,734 Quallude pills.

Are these typical items for an esoteric, occult (secret) group? Who knows what they use during rituals and ceremonies these people practice. Are these items all meant for symbolic reasons, may be connected to future events?

Or are these strange items actually symbolic triggers to activate a new army of MK-Ultra, Monarch Mind Controlled assets?

Mystery Intensifies as Georgia Guidestones Time Capsule Opened
It don't matter if the story real or not they control what go's viral! They allowed it to go viral for a reason my job is to decode that reason.
“Saturday Night Fever” = 66(Chaldean), Corona=66, CERN Was established in 1954 66 years before Corona hit the USA!
Georgia Guide Stones Destroyed 18 hr after CERN Broke the world Record in Energy 6+6+6=18
Large hadron collider= 66
Jorge Mario Bergoglio= 66
The first Jesuit Pope and the False Prophet!
august twenty first= 66
specialcoordinates 66
rainbow cosmic energy 66
predictive program 66
As In The Days Of Noah 66
8-21-2022=71, Stranger Things=71, And Released EP 8,9 On 7-1-2022 4 Day before CERN Went on line Stranger Things 4, Took Place in 1986,
Everything Going on with Russia And Ukraine, Chornobyl happened in 86 Reactor #4 Meltdown, Everything with Corona has been Nuclear since Day 1 Pandemic was Declared on 3-11-2020=56, Mind Control=56, They want to jab our kids 5-11, Saturn=511, 5+6+7+8+9+10+11=56
Power Outage=56, Cyber Polygon 2021 simulated ” a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real-time .” In his opening remarks at Cyber Polygon 2021, WEF Founder Klaus Schwab warned, “A lack of cybersecurity has become a clear and immediate danger to our society worldwide.”

Source: - 7.14.2022

The mysterious deepens and the plot thickens when the mainstream media said that no Time Capsule was found.

The Elberton Star reported that digging showed no evidence that there was ever a time capsule located beneath the Georgia Guidestones.


Alleged time capsule disproved
Despite the granite plaque at the Georgia Guidestones advertising a time capsule was allegedly buried at the site, there was no evidence of any buried history when digging occurred Friday morning.
The Elbert County Road Department removed the plaque Friday morning and placed it on a truck to be transported to its new home at the Elberton Granite Museum.
After being removed, the department dug six feet in the ground below where the granite marker was placed as it described a time capsule being buried six feet below.
There was no evidence of previous digging as Georgia red clay was packed tightly at the bottom.

Source: - 7.8.2022

May Be it Was a Good Idea to Remove the Guidestones

May be the Guidestones emitted some type of bad energy into the human collective mind. Or it was connected with some planetary energy grid. Ley lines perhaps.

May be something underneath the Guidestones, in an underground space, was about to get activated. Something bad. Perhaps an ancient A.I.  Or a global hypnotic apparatus.
A doomsday machine.

White Hats

May be a group of White Hats knew about these things and decided to destroy the Guidestones. But the you may ask: why did they destroy only a part of it? Was it not planned that way? Or did they knew that only a part had to be blown up, and the rest of it would be removed by a 'clean-up crew'?

White Hats and Black HatsWas this a White Hats message? A statement addressed to the cabal, to show them that the White Hats are 'in control'? And as a message to the world. They knew that the Guidestone news would be shown in mainstream media, and more people around the world would be informed about the Guidestones, as a result of this White Hats Action?

Black Hats

May be a group of Black Hats were responsible for the attack. Perhaps they didn't need the Guidestones anymore, because they (almost) carried out their objectives, according to the instructions, that was written in stone.

Maybe the Black Hats blew up the Guidestones because they realized that their plans are not succeeding and they  destroyed the 'evidence' that was written in stone.

Or the Black Hats destroyed the Guidestones, making sure that the items of the Time Capsule were shown to the public, to trigger mind controlled people. But that seem to a be paradox type of thing. The mainstream media said that there was no time capsule. Instead there were rumors in the alternative media. May be the Black Hats manipulated the media. But then the question remains: what are those items from the Time Capsule meant for? Someone's private doomsday stash?

May be it's all part of the four steps of Project Blue Beam? Or the destruction of statues and other monuments, triggered by the cabal to let the so called 'woke activists' do their job of erasing history. The modern cancel culture ikonoklast.

May be the destruction of the Guidestones was 'just an emotional response'. A guerrilla type of statement. A person or group of people, White Hats or Black Hats decided to just "blow-up that damn thing."

The End of the Age of Reason?

The Georgia Guidestones not only had the ten instructions. There was more information written in the granite of the Guidestones. An explanatory tablet was set alongside the stones, which also seem like some sort of signature or hint, to the big question; who were the creators and initiators of these Guidestones?

Reason is a special and unique trade and characteristic feature. And it's also something that can be a subject or topic for long debates, philosophical sessions and points of view. What is reason and how to apply it? And where does Reason came from?

Is it reasonable to maintain humanity under 500,000,000? And to leave room for nature?

Reason is also a word or concept with many layers and depths. Some people say: one must have a reason to live. And others dwell the Earth, with no reason. Who is to judge and has the reason to say to another person: Be not a cancer on the earth?

Is it reasonable to blow up a monument that promotes reason? And is it reasonable, for a mysterious group of people who promote reason, to plant a bunch of granite blocks, without asking anyone else, besides their own group?

Every time when we hear the word Reason in connection with esoteric, philosophical or even occult subjects, we have to think about Deism.

World Union of Deists

God gave us reason, not religion.


Deism Is . . .
Knowledge* of God based on the application of our reason on the designs/laws found throughout Nature and the beautiful Universe. The designs presuppose a Designer. Deism is therefore a natural religion / spiritual philosophy and is not a "revealed" religion.


Deism and the Founding of the United States
Deism or “the religion of nature” was a form of rational theology that emerged among “freethinking” Europeans in the 17th and 18th centuries. Deists insisted that religious truth should be subject to the authority of human reason rather than divine revelation. Consequently, they denied that the Bible was the revealed word of God and rejected scripture as a source of religious doctrine. As devotees of natural religion, they rejected all the supernatural elements of Christianity. Miracles, prophecies, and divine portents were all proscribed as residues of superstition, as was the providential view of human history. The doctrines of original sin, the account of creation found in Genesis, and the divinity and resurrection of Christ were similarly castigated as irrational beliefs unworthy of an enlightened age. For Deists God was a benevolent, if distant, creator whose revelation was nature and human reason. Applying reason to nature taught most deists that God organized the world to promote human happiness and our greatest religious duty was to further that end by the practice of morality.


Since the 17th century and during the Age of Enlightenment (especially in 18th-century England, France, and North America),[10] various Western philosophers and theologians formulated a critical rejection of the several religious texts belonging to the many organized religions, and began to appeal only to truths that they felt could be established by reason as the exclusive source of divine knowledge.


Was it Reasonable to Destroy the Georgia Guidestones?

Let's make an assumption that a cabal shadow government secret society group were responsible for the creation of the Guidestones.

And imagine a world where the truth came out. Every person on Earth knows about the real history and that (some) conspiracy theories turned out to be true. People worldwide knowing about the depopulation plans of this cabal. A future world where everybody understands that we have to live together in peace and harmony. An utopia after the truth came out.

Would it not be important and a great value for future generations to have the Georgia Guidestones still intact. To serve as a monument of the old world?

A proof written in stone, of the 'instruction' for depopulation that was planned. Something people can show to their children and grandchildren. A monument from a different time, a chapter in history and schoolbooks, in a peaceful future.

The Georgia Guidestones were unique. There's no other monument or statue with the same cultural impact, with direct, and still mysterious words written in stone, resonating with some teachings, ideas and philosophies of the mystery schools, secret societies and esoteric organisations.

And now it's gone. And what is still left, are pictures and stories on the worldwide web, some encyclopaedias, books, magazines and TV shows. Imagine what is left of all this, in a hundred years or more.

Will the future generations know about the Guidestones and the stories surrounding this enigmatic monument in time?

Are we creating a beautiful world, even with more than 500,000,000 people, in perpetual balance with nature ?
Or are we heading towards a world of Idiocracy?

You Decide For Your Self.


Written and compiled by the Time Transportal 2022.