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Previously in The Georgia Guidestones: Sinister American Wonder, we discussed everything we actually know for sure about the huge stone structure in Elberton Georgia, and shared some theories about it’s known creator, R.C. Christian (pseudonym). However, one factor, perhaps the most important one, has yet to really be touched on: who does R.C. Christian represent and what are their intentions? To put it simply, they’re believed to be Rosicrucians, and they intend to restart the world.
It’s commonly thought that the man calling himself R.C. Christian, the same man directly responsible for the creation of the guidestones, did so in homage to Christian Rosenkruez. Rosenkruez was the founder of the mystical theology known as Rosicrucianism. Christian Rosenkruez was once known as “Frater C.R.C.”, so when you combine his two names, you get “R.C. Christian”. Furthermore, R.C. Christian is thought to be a high ranking Rosicrucian (a follower of The Order of the Rosy Cross, the secret society at the heart of Rosicrucianism). Rosicrucians originated in medieval Germany, and claim to have an understanding of the esoteric truths of nature, the universe, and the spirit world (which they believe have been concealed from the rest of us). Although the rules set forth by the guidestones seem to conflict with Christianity and other western religions, they conform well with the tenets of Rosicrucianism, which stress reason and living in harmony with nature. Assuming that the guidestones are in fact a Rosicrucian mechanism, then it’s been further theorized that they are a harbinger of an apocalypse that The Order of the Rosey Cross knows about. It’s believed that the group knows about a solar cycle that climaxes every 13,000 years, during which large CMEs (coronal mass ejections, which are basically bursts of solar wind, or large bursts of energy) will reportedly destroy most of the earth. It’s further believed, that in correlation with the impending catastrophic events, the Rosicrucians are working behind the scenes to create a state of worldwide panic that began with the collapse of the US financial system and will culminate in disruptions of worldwide oil and food supplies, mass rioting, race wars, and states of marshal law. This is all being done in order to insure that the population that survives the coming apocalypse will be low in number. After this cleansing and whittling down of humanity, the Rosicrucians believe that the Guidestones will act as a sort of new “Ten Commandments” for the rebuilding world to follow, thus recreating society as they want it.
Adding further fuel to the fire of speculation that the guidestones were erected with evil intentions is a mathematical connection between them and Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Decoding of the measurements of the the guidestones led to the date of the death of the Emir that preceded the one that got the Burj built, the date the building was completed, and the exact height of the building. This evidence has lead to a belief that the Burj is the Rosicrucian’s completion of a modern day Tower of Babel, a creation that in the bible is said to have been halted for reasons the Rosicrucians interpret as being related to man becoming too much like god. To pull this all together, theorists believe that the guidestones foretold the Burj, and the Burj is part of a plan to ascend to god-like status, put forth by the Order of the Rosey Cross.
So is it true? Are the guidestones at the heart of a conspiracy to usher in the apocalypse and recreate the world? Put forth by a group that intends to “defeat god”? Now it would be easy to dismiss this all as just more “New World Order” conspiracy theory, but the fact remains: The Georgia Guidestones are as real as you and I, and until someone comes forward and explains why they were built, all signs point to sinister intentions.
With a movie, a series of books, and over a decades worth of serialized television episodes under it’s belt, the topic of “Stargates” is definitely a point of interest to fans of science fiction, but are these portals to other worlds real? Or just clever works of fiction? Many people believe that the former is the truth, and that stargates, both “natural” and man-made existed and still exist to this day. The devices theoretically function by harnessing wormholes in the space-time continuum as modes of travel. Wormholes, or Einstein-Rosen Bridges, are basically shortcuts between two point in space in time. The most common way of explaining how they work is to imagine the universe as a two dimensional piece of paper, then imagine two point on opposite ends of the paper. Next, realize that the fastest way to connect the two point isn’t by drawing a straight line, but is instead to fold the paper, or incorporate a third dimension, to shorten the distance between them. A wormhole is a portal through this third dimension that can connect two points that are a huge distance apart. Stargates are entrances and exits for such wormholes which have the power to render living things and matter into pulses of energy for transport (in theory, traveling through a wormhole would destroy any form of solid matter living or otherwise).
The earliest stargates are said to have been in ancient Sumeria (the cradle of civilization), and were created to help the “alien” inhabitants of the mythical planet Niburu travel to and from Earth (where they were mining gold) faster. A place known in ancient texts as “Enki’s Zigurrat” is believed to have housed one of the earliest stargates. Some theories believe that the Tower of Babel, later built on the same spot, was actually covering an attempt to use the stargate. Some conspiracy theorists even believe that the war in Iraq is about the United States’ attempts to secure this stargate and keep it out of evil hands. Other stargates are believed to exist in places like Peru, but are thought to be buried under years and years of neglect and time. Some people also believe that modern societies have figure out stargate technology and used to to create there own to travel both to points on the earth, and to points outside our galaxy.
With no definitive evidence as to whether stargates exist, the topic, and it’s mysteries, will go unsolved. However, if wormholes exist in theory, than is it that far fetched to think we could someday harness their energy? The movie Contact (1997) starring Jodie Foster, written by the great astronomer and science fiction writer Carl Sagan, is based on this very idea. Sometimes science fiction becomes reality. The aliens, if they are here or have been, would definitely know something about these technologies or else they wouldn’t have made it here.