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Georgia Guidestones

The frightening and enigmatic Georgia Guidestones were recently updated with a stone tag that reads, “2014”.

This strange monument sounds like the creation of an evil bad guy in a science fiction movie who wants to take over the world. However, these stones are very real and their most frightening declaration is, “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 (five-hundred-million) in perpetual balance with nature.” There are currently 7,000,000,000 (seven-billion) people living on the planet. So, it seems whoever created these stones, which are written in eight languages, wants to murder a large majority of the planet.

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Ah, these stones.
As dark as the intention sounds, its meant to be benign. Or at least I think it was meant to be.
At seven-billion humans on the planet, we are rapidly destroying everything. We are causing an extinction level event at a abnormal rate and in a abnormal fashion. Well, sorta.

The idea for these stones is a guide, albeit a very radical and seemingly cruel way. I ain’t condoning the suggestion of culling all of humanity. That would amoral and would involve genocidal tactics, but at the same time it is hard not to realize the logical sense the stones present.

Personally I feel the idea for these stones date back farther than we can guess. There is Sumerian(Babylonian specifically) text, which is pretty much a dead language that was spoken by the first civilization of humanity ever built well over 5000 years old. Maybe even older than that, really, cause the first recorded history was written by them around 3000BC.

I guess my point is that maybe these stones don’t sound as malicious as we are reading them to be. Radical and extreme, but like a lot of things they are not inherently evil or malicious.

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