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Monday, May 06, 2013

The Georgia Guidestones Conspiracy

Over the years, many of my readers have expressed their interest in the Georgia Guidestones. Today I received the following from Kara Dueck, who is a part of the production team of the digital series Guidestones...a story, based on true events, about two journalism students who uncover a global conspiracy while investigating an unsolved murder:

Georgia Guidestones: The Conspiracy that Inspired the Emmy-Award Winning Series

Erected in Elbert County, Georgia March 22, 1980, this granite monument has since become the centre of numerous conspiracies. With ten guides or commandments inscribed on the stones in eight different languages, the first one reads “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature”. Conspiracy theorists interpret this as evidence of an impending apocalypse orchestrated by an elitist secret society. The Canadian Emmy-award winning digital series, Guidestones, explores the conspiracy surrounding the monument.

The series follows an international journalism student, Sandy, who becomes caught in a global conspiracy while investigating an unsolved murder. Upon discovering the Guidestones, she finds the pseudonym “R.C. Christian” inscribed on the nearby instruction tablet. Many believe it refers to the Order of Rosicrucian, a secret society, which first appeared in Protestant Germany in the early 17th century.

Sandy is led to a particular Rosicrucian organization called the Ancient Mystical Order of Rosae Crucis (AMORC), founded in 1915 and stylizes itself as a non-sectarian institution of philosophy and mysticism. Sandy comes to believe it is not as it seems.

Traveling around the world, she uncovers a nefarious corporation intent on using its technology to cull the global population and form a New World Order. Sandy is faced with challenges and mysteries she never expected, including her own shocking connection to the conspiracy.

Kara Dueck
The Guidestones Team

Video - Brad Meltzer's Decoded: Apocalypse in Georgia

NOTE: To be honest, I haven't researched the Georgia Guidestones to the point where I feel comfortable making any assessments. I will be taking some time to watch the series...from what I've seen so far, it looks to be a very engaging production. This link - George Guidestones - America's Stonehenge - offers interesting details on the mysterious structure. Lon

The Georgia Guidestones: America's Most Mysterious Movement

Apocalypse In Georgia [HD]

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