The Elbert County Georgia Sheriff’s Office is investigating a mysterious event at the Georgia Guidestones after a picture was posted to social media showing what appears to be rubble at the site and residents reported hearing a “boom.”
Photo before damage from Wikipedia
It is not known at this time if the Georgia Guidestones were attacked by a person using some sort of explosive device, although that seems to be the prevailing theory, or if there could have been a small earthquake that partially collapsed the granite monument. This monument has been a center of controversy since it was first erected 42 years ago because it presents a set of ten “guidelines” describing a New World Order with a vastly smaller global population living “in harmony” with nature.
All we know right now is this: The sound of an explosion was heard in the area around 4 a.m. Wednesday, July 6. A photo was posted to Facebook by local resident Chris Smith about 7:30 a.m. showing about half the monument lying in rubble on the ground.
UPDATE: The Georgia Bureau of Investigation came out with a statement at 12 noon Wednesday that said “unknown individuals” detonated an explosive device at the site early Wednesday morning.
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