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|Mr. ROC||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 02:30|
Haven't delved into research about it, but this seems to be an ever popular crutch for the NWO/depopulation/etc conspiracy crowd. And I know off the bat that they selectively choose guidelines to focus on and ignore the rest.
However I don't know much about the person responsible for it and what group/organization they belong to.
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|Edward L Winston||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 02:44|
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It's been talked about here before but there hasn't been really a major debunking of it. I mean, it exists, so you can't debunk that. The only thing you can really do is talk about how incredibly stupid it is to believe there's some how a connection between it and the NWO, plus any weird stuff people may believe about it.
If someone does debunk it, or this topic leads to all major points being covered, it can be converted into an article.
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|Sky||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 02:50|
A guy using the pseudonym R. C. Christian paid a granite company to build the Georgia Guidestones, and that's all anyone really knows, but there are several theories I've heard of who is behind it:
1. The alleged founder of the Rosicrucian Order was named Christian Rosenkreuz (Christian Rose Cross), so one idea is that the name R. C. Christian is a tribute to him and the Rosicrucians built the stones. Conspiracy theorists usually say the Rosicrucians are part of the NWO along with the Illuminati and Freemasons.
2. A former Scientologist named Steven Fishman claimed that L. Ron Hubbard and the Church of Scientology had the guidestones built. By the way Fishman also believes that in his past life he was Jesus' real father because he ejaculated into a stream and the sperm floated downstream to the virgin Mary.
3. In some nutty article I found online once, the author thought that Ted Turner had built the guidestones.
4. Some people think that the granite company that was hired to build the guidestones actually did it as a way of advertising themselves and made the R. C. Christian story up.
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|Anouk||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 12:03|
Whoever built those stones...The message in them is a good one.
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|Muertos||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 12:57|
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When Joe was still a CT he was on about the Georgia Guidestones, particularly some article that worked up some numerology on the dimensions and used that to "prove" a connection between the Guidestones and some big hotel in Dubai. I told him I could "prove" the same connection between the Guidestones and any other building in the world using the same method. I was collecting some figures to do a blog on this, but Joe turned away from CTs shortly thereafter and agreed that the proposed connection was bunk. I still want to do the article anyway just to demonstrate how silly numerology is, but it's fallen down my list of priorities.
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|Anouk||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 13:56|
Muertos, so you got him in the end? That's fantastic!
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|Muertos||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 14:14|
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I'm not taking credit for Joe's conversion. I have no idea whether anything I said got through, you'd have to ask him, but whatever it was that convinced him I'm glad he's abandoned CTs.
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|Anouk||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 14:21|
Muertos, perhaps you weren't 100% behind it, but you had a part in it and that is good enough in my opinion. I remember I once left a comment in one conspiracy theory video @ youtube and a CT sended me a private message telling me how I did not know what I was talking about and that I had not done any research...I replied to him and oddly enough he replied back with a "Sorry. You obviously know your stuff. Im going to check the websites you told me. Thanks." Usually I just get an angry "You sheep! You're mindcontrolled!"
Whether or not he ever checked the websites I told him about I don't know.
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|Sil the Shill||Posted: Aug 09, 2010 - 14:21|
I think Joe just had a reverse breakdown and realized that he had no reason to believe in any of the things that he did.
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|Mr. ROC||Posted: Aug 11, 2010 - 10:49|
Thanks for that post Sky, I'll look into Rosenkreuz further if I can
>>> "Whoever built those stones...The message in them is a good one.
I know, they pretty much focus on the first 3 guidelines and completely ignore the rest...but that's the usual CT m.o isn't it?
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