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Insider 11-13-2005 04:02 PM

The Strange Georgia (USA) Guide Stones

They are granite stones, 19 feet tall, standing in Georgia, aligned in conjunction with the heavens, and erected under mysterious circumstances, and; They are carved with a message in ten parts, and in eight languages, intended for future generations:

the message of the Georgia Guide stones

Russian, Hebrew, Arabic Hindi, Chinese, Spanish, Swahili

1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000* in perpetual balance with nature.
2. Guide reproduction wisely - improving fitness and diversity.
3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
4. Rule passion - faith - tradition - and all things with tempered reason.
5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
9. Prize truth - beauty - love - seeking harmony with the infinite.
10. Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature.

* 500,000,000 is five hundred million, or put another way, half a billion, a number far below the six billion people now living; eleven out of twelve people must pass away without children to meet this cull. What climax event brings this about?

psholtz 11-13-2005 07:13 PM

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I don't think there's anything especially onimous about this, except perhaps for #6 which might be interpreted as encroaching on some issues of soveriengty and so forth. In general, there's nothing wrong (imho) w/ reproducing wisely (something you don't see much of in any part of the world these days) or w/ letting balanced reason temper passion, fanaticism and "tradition".

The world's population is going to populate drastically in the coming years, although this really has nothing to do w/ the NWO "per se", and has more to do simply w/ the action (and "reactions") that man himself has set in motion.. In general, I'd be half-surprised to see the human race survive *at all*, but I have a strong feeling that it will..

Montmortis 08-31-2009 12:56 AM

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Leucedendra explains the Georgia Guidestones (our version of Stonehenge) in which the earth must be reduced to a population of 500,000,000. That means 6,300,000,000 must be harvested as food for their protein and water. In her web site www betweendeath com, Leucedendra reveals what the criteria are for being worthy of inheriting the earth. She also details the following:

Neither Christ nor Mohammed were any more than politically ambitious men who lived and died and are the pathways to deceit and deception. Human beings do NOT need dead men to reach God.

Hell is no more real than either Satan or Santa Claus.

Hell is a device which organized religion concocted to insult God.

God is pure and perfect and would NEVER allow a universe where anyone with power to sustain evil to exist.

God is a wave of energy whose range is infinite.

God would NEVER create a world where every time we eat, some plant or animal has to die!

WE built the physical universe and created the evolutionary blueprint for it. We abandoned God and we became trapped by it.

The new living language in Precept Number Three of the Guidestones is telepathy. Human beings who are worthy enough to survive the cataclysm must learn how to think telepathically to one another, so that all secrecy, deceit and falsehoods shall disappear as the humans who inherit the earth take responsibility for one another.

I suggest you read Leucedendra, the visitor from Antares who arrived in Roswell, New Mexico on July 4th, 1947. Her husband built the Georgia Guidestones in Nuberg, Georgia as a shrine of truth for all humanity to see.

Go to www betweendeath com (add dots), and discover the truth, and why only 500,000,000 worthy and eligible human beings will survive when the rest of the 6,300,000,000 must die and be harvested for their protein and their water.

Arvel Montmortis, Ph.D.
Guidestones Preservation Foundation

stompk 09-07-2009 08:01 AM

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I went to the site.

I read for hours. Fascinating!

I must say though, I won't denounce Jesus.

Montmortis 09-09-2009 10:04 AM

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Dear Stompk,

With all due respect to your beliefs, God is not a "he". God is a wave of energy whose range is infinite.

God certainly does control death ---- Death is an illusion, which does not exist in the real universe.

In this artificial physical universe where people falsely believe they are "bodies", death is controlled by genetic age progression, and Leucedendra has explained that this has nothing to do with God, because WE built this universe of lies and deceit.

I understand the compulsive imprinting of having lived for countless number of rebirthings on this planet, where you would choose to hang on to an idea that somehow a dead human being is the key to salvation. That is why only 7% of the people living here will be given the key to the kingdom, so to speak, and the 93% will not.

It may indeed be better for those in your position since it appears that your next home will be on a system which has a much closer propensity to telepathic existence; which ultimately will disabuse you of whatever pre-existing conceptions you have acquired on this world of lies and false data.

I hope you give it some further thought and perhaps you will change your mind. Free will ultimately belongs to all of us to adopt whatever thoughts and beliefs we wish. However, free will does not apply to the bodies we inhabit when the survival of our world is collectively threatened by the majority of the people living within it.

Good Choices Ahead,

Arvel Montmortis, Ph.D.

stompk 09-10-2009 07:35 AM

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Earth was the only planet created by God, to create life.

Earth is the egg in the womb.

I am the Parakletos.

Montmortis 09-10-2009 10:31 AM

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It is completely absurd, illogical and abominable to believe that God created the earth.

God is infinitely perfect and pure. God NEVER created a world where each time we eat, some plant or animal has to die. Such a belief is an outrage and sin against God.

God is not a "he". God is the ultimate form of energy, of infinite range which transcends omniscience.

WE created the physical universe collectively and we did a botched-up job. And if you think for one moment that Earth is the center of intelligence in this man-made universe, well "Parakeetos", that would be the height of narcissistic, delusional insanity.

Earth is a prison planet; one without a collective consciousness, because the human beings inhabiting it are not telepathic, only verbal.

The Guidestones are a mandate for the future; If Earth is going to ever evolve into a worthy member of the galactic community, it must be purified of all incongruous and subversive elements who are actively engaged in destroying it.

The criteria which Leucedendra explained for being eligible are extremely fair and equitable.

Earth must be cleansed and purged of its spoilage once and for all. It must be deislamified and dechristianized, and the genetic vessels of all murderous elements who have defiled and desanctified the real estate of this world must be put to far better use: as sustenance and medicine for those deserving.

Human beings kill germs without regard for the spiritual entities occupying each one of them. The advent of what is to come is a parallel simply much higher in the food chain. Those who wish dominance must earn it. Those who have failed to do so must perish.

Montmortis 09-10-2009 10:34 PM

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Dear BlueAngel,

Excellent question!

WE are the aggregate sum of spiritual beings who separated from God. WE were once all part of infinite energy intelligence. The separation came when parts of God splintered off (or individuated) from the collective realm or oneness of infinite thought.

Why did we do that?

Because we thought we could "out-God God" by infusing additional elements into a perfectly workable universe that contained energy and space. By interspersing matter and time into the equation, we became victims of our own creation and became trapped within it.

The idea was noble enough ---- creating an experiential universe based upon sensation rather than imagery; but by building a cycle of life and death into the equation, it should have been forseeable that ultimately the spiritual beings venturing into such a dimensional plane would one day miscalculate that they WERE bodies, rather than forms of energy operating genetic vessels, which in fact is what we REALLY are.

The blueprint for this sector of the physical universe that includes our world is extremely deficient in that there is glaring irresponsibility caused by the lack of a telepathic consciousness. All of the traps of earth have arisen from this overriding pitfall.

WE created the evolutionary timeline; but by retaining the ability to return to the infinite or spiritual universe upon body abandonment (or death based upon aging in a carbon-dated system), it would not have been all that complex had we not built the element of amnesia upon rebirthing (picking up a subsequent body) into the mix. That, coupled with the fact that time is only chronological unto those spiritual beings operating bodies in the physical universe; this causes rebirthing to occur randomly, in a non-linear, non-chronological order.

I have spent the last forty years learning all of the secrets of live and death from the Antareans. It was a group of us humans who pursuaded Leucedendra to put up a web site (THE ANSWERS TO EVERYTHING ARE HERE THIS SITE WILL EXPLAIN WHO YOU REALLY ARE AND WHAT CHOICES YOU HAVE AFTER DEATH AND DURING YOUR TIME HERE) so that anyone who wanted to rise above the mythology of organized religion could address the truth of all of this.

The rest of the explanation can be satisfactorily found there.

Arvel Montmortis, Ph.D.

Montmortis 09-11-2009 01:08 AM

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I was not attempting to make an impression. It is simply who I am.

Arvel Montrmortis, Ph.D.

stompk 09-11-2009 07:56 AM

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well "Parakeetos", that would be the height of narcissistic, delusional insanity.
Yeah, I remember you from the freemason forum over at Above Top Secret

You were pro-freakmason now, weren't you.

Know this. You will succeed for a while, but in the end, you lose.

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