Georgia Guidestones

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PHOTO CREDIT: David Seibert
Call: (706) 283-2551
Elberton’s granite monument two hours outside of Atlanta is the closest thing Georgia has to Stonehenge. Built in 1980 by a man (or group of men) known as “Robert Christian,” the six 20-foot-tall slabs inscribed with so-called “principles” – ordering a global population capped at 500 million people and mandating healthy living and harmony with nature – have drawn plenty of conspiracy theorists. Skeptics claim it was a brilliant PR campaign to generate interest in the area’s granite industry, while black helicopter aficionados say it’s a clue to the shadow elite’s plan for a New World Order.
1031 Guide Stones Road
Elberton, GA 30635
(706) 283-2551

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