Could A Mystery Remain Hidden Beneath The Georgia Guidestones?

The Georgia Guidestones are situated just east of state Highway 77 off of Guidestone Road in Elbert County, Georgia. The Monument is 90 miles east of Atlanta, 45 miles from Athens, and seven miles from the town of Elberton, which is known as “the Granite Capital of the World” locally.

The 19-foot set of granite monoliths, which have stood for several decades, served as an astronomical calendar and were engraved with a 10-part list of instructions regarding the conservation of mankind in various languages.

Rumors have stated that the structure had satanic significance and many called the structure “America’s Stonehenge.”

#GeorgiaGuideStones Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature 🧐

— James#TheResistance (@James1357910_) July 15, 2022

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is now reporting that an explosive device has destroyed the Georgia Guidestones, or at least a part of them making the whole structure unstable.

The monument has been demolished “for safety reasons,” leaving a pile of wreckage. The GBI is seeking tips as it investigates the initial blast.

They said that the individual who bombed the Guidestones faces a minimum of 20 years of imprisonment for destroying a public structure with explosives.

Surveillance footage showed a sharp explosion blowing one panel to rubble just after 4 a.m.

(1/3) The GBI is releasing surveillance video from this morning’s explosion that destroyed the Georgia Guidestones.

— GA Bureau of Investigation (@GBI_GA) July 6, 2022

In following days what was left of the Georgia Guidestones was demolished because they were deemed too hazardous to be left standing

— Nevermore Elanor (@FuchsiaGr0an) July 21, 2022

(3/3) For safety reasons, the structure has been completely demolished.

— GA Bureau of Investigation (@GBI_GA) July 6, 2022

God is God all by Himself. He can do ANYTHING He wants to do. That includes striking down Satanic Guidestones.

— Kandiss Taylor (@KandissTaylor) July 6, 2022

The demolition of the granite monument, however, has not stopped rumors of a mystery remaining, according to local news WAGA-TV in Atlanta. Many hoped that this week’s events would reveal a rumored time capsule buried beneath the granite structure.

The belief is that the capsule was “placed six feet below this position on…” that was “to be opened on…” since the date of its placement and the day it was intended to be opened were not completed. The slab at the base of the structure appeared to be unfinished by the monument’s original creator.

With the help of a tape measure, Elbert County Road Department officials used an excavator to dig 6 feet into the ground. Sadly, officials said they did not find anything but dirt.

Police Lt. Shane Allen said, “There was no hole. There was no nothing. It was a slab of concrete on top of dirt.”

However online pranksters have claimed officials did recover a time capsule containing items from the late 1970s and early 1980s, including a signed issue of Playboy magazine featuring Burt Reynolds, a Peterbilt emblem, an 8-track of the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, and Quaaludes.

Sources: Westernjournal, WAGA-TV, Usatoday


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