I think it's the "reaction" rather than the "action" which is more telling when it comes to STS. They don't understand how telling that is. I guess they expect to be taken at face value. As if!It could still be just some angry person, on a bet even. Or any of a number of more 'esoteric' possibilities, Or, applying Occam's Razor perhaps, just more PTB antics. Trying to get sympathy somehow - reacting to the general awakening around the NWO. We will have to see what narrative around this develops. Whatever happens/happened, it generally gets distorted out of existence by 'the narrative'.
Ah. Missed this earlier.Just went back through my pictures and it was the Swahili/Hindi pillar that crumbled. If you look at the dirt on the side with the standing placard there seems to be a big disturbance of the grass/dirt indicating an explosion between the pillar that crumbled and the Spanish/English pillar.
According to this article in The Elberton Star the site was dug to 6 feet deep and no time capsule was found.There was, according to the ground marker that's to the left of the monument if viewing it from the field and facing the parking lot, a time capsule buried 6 feet beneath the ground marker. It didn't have a date on which it was set to be opened, so I wonder if they'll dig it up and open it now that the monument has been torn down.
Despite the granite plaque at the Georgia Guidestones advertising a time capsule was allegedly buried at the site, there was no evidence of any buried history when digging occurred Friday morning.
The Elbert County Road Department removed the plaque Friday morning and placed it on a truck to be transported to its new home at the Elberton Granite Museum.
After being removed, the department dug six feet in the ground below where the granite marker was placed as it described a time capsule being buried six feet below.
I'm hoping that this was another little sign from the universe that these creeps' plans are gonna go awry. The speed of the clean up operation was quite interesting indeed! The "dark side" of the internet is meme-ing the hell out of this as well:
(yes the BBC one is actually real : Georgia Guidestones: 'America's Stonehenge' demolished after blast Whatever idiot "journalist" wrote that could not be trusted to flip burgers)
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