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July 18, 2016


When it comes to the Georgia Guidestones there is a lot of  information out there. A number of different people have many different views on the subject. The fact of the matter is most of this is speculation. What we do know is that someone went to a great deal of trouble to erect an ugly granite “monument” that he hoped would seem mysterious and attract an occult following. He seems to have accomplished both of those things, but not much more.  Pruning the human race down to 500 million people (the first “guidance” on the “stone”) hasn’t worked out for him so far; though many like-minded population control freaks can’t seem to stop trying.


Putting a bunch of words on some big blocks of granite is impressive, but hardly makes someone a prophet or visionary. He tried to pull off some impressive numerology stunts as we will see later, but didn’t even get those exactly right. Though many people seem to have been swept up in the intended gravity of the situation (pun intended), it turns out that it was just a self important extremist who couldn’t spell and ran out of money to finish his “American Stonehenge.”





The following is anything but speculation; these are  facts to add to the story.  Here I will lay out  names of those involved in the building, funding, ideas and creation of the “mysterious” Georgia Guidestones; and reveal the real name of the infamous R.C. Christian.


Let’s break down some of the common knowledge surrounding the monument.  In an insult to real ancient architecture, some cultists call it the “American Stonehenge.”  Located in Elberton Georgia, standing at almost 20 feet tall and weighing nearly 250,000 lbs, this “monument” was unveiled on March 22 1980.


As I normally do, let’s take a quick look at the numerology: 03/22.



This date itself stands out right away.  322 is the famous number of the Skull & Bones secret society. When we trace it back in time far enough, 03/22/1313 was an important date for the secret societies that run the show. That was the official last day of the Knights Templars, when Pope Clement V issued a  Papal Bull  disbanding them. It turns out it was 666 years after that to the day the Guidestones were unveiled in 1980.  Was this a coincidence? It’s doubtful. Perhaps there are forces more evil or sinister than human  involved? More likely is that these numbers may be carefully planned by simple mortals with power to invoke divine favor; or make others think they have supernatural assistance.  There is also a theory that posits that we are all in a computer simulation or that there are deep synchronicities that we can hardly fathom, but that is for another article.


In my article,  Masonic Involvement in JFK Assassination   I discuss this issue in more depth. In another scenario, the day and month of the Kennedy assassination, 11/22/1963, is the same as 11/22 in the year 1307 when another Papal Bull  was called against the Templars. These event were 656 years apart, very close to the 666 we saw before. Does that mean these number occultists aren’t perfect? The spelling of a key word in the mysterious guidestones would suggest so… more on that later.


Another incident worth mentioning; it was 36 years to the day after the Guidestones were built that the 2016 Brussels bomb event unfolded. 36 years, that gives us another 666 as 36 is in itself 666. How you say? I’ll explain... add all the numbers up from 1 to 36 to each other and what do we find?  666.


1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13+14+15+16+17+18+19+20+21+22+23+24+25+26+27+28+29+30+31+32+33+34+35+36 = 666 (freaked out yet?)


One more numerology tidbit for good measure before I get back to who built this thing. We saw an

“update” to the Guidestones in 2014 (will they ever fix the mysterious misspelling?) A block was inserted into the tiny notch marked out of the English side. This caused much stir among the community of researchers. I also had a theory or two about the numbers and dates this signaled but the important part is the cube itself... a "6" sided "6" inch tall by "6" inch wide "square"  cube… these charlatans love their 666 right?



It is also has been reported that the site chosen for the site wasn’t the first choice. In fact it was supposed to be found a little more south. This stands out to me when first looking at the location of Elberton, which is just north of the 33rd parallel. Hancock County was the area Mr Christian wanted. Hancock is indeed right on the 33rd parallel.




So much for divine guidance. The pagan Gods just couldn’t swing Hancock. It was probably about money. Gods always have trouble handling money, and need more. 




Right in the middle of Hancock county is a town called Sparta, population 1300. Sparta has a very ancient name to it, obviously. In fact every city and town I could find around the site has an old world name, such as Rome, Homer, Athens, Augusta, Columbia, Phoenix, Spartanburg, Sparta and of course Atlanta. I feel all of those names are due to the connection of Atlanta being named after Atlantis.



Found on the stones is a list of the "new 10 commandments" for humanity.


  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.


The “commandments” themselves could be written about at great length, but we need not look any further than the first one listed, (and perhaps the second). This admonition is the one that has most people upset or freaked out. As current world population sits at over 7 billion people, to maintain humanity under 500,000,000 means that first a lot of people  have to go, and second, it  has to be maintained that way. This sounds like population control to anyone awake to the New World Order global take over plan; add the highly eugenics sounding number two, “guide reproduction wisely” and you can see the leanings of our mysterious R.C Christian. This will come up again when discussing his intentions, and end the mystery.


I will lay a little of the ground work for the evidence that many investigators have uncovered. Some people have come very close, and nailed a lot of the names of people involved. It shouldn’t be too hard to find these details as the Granite Museum has released an information package with many pictures and details. As Granite capital of the world the museum features many different works done in Elberton but none more famous than the Guidestones. I will include a download of the flyer.






It starts when a man going by the name of R.C. Christian made contact with Joe H. Fendley, Fendley was a mason and president of the Granite Finishing Company. He was contacted to build a monument of huge proportions but with a catch. The planners had  to remain Anynomous… or should we say, “mysterious.” Fendley was put in contact with Wyhatt Martin who was president of Granite City Bank.  Wyhatt was the man who was going to be the intermediary acting on Mr. Christain’s behalf. He was the one man who had to know the real name as he was the one doing the banking for this operation.




Wyhatt was informed that R.C. represented a small group of Americans who seek the Age of Reason. This seems likely to be a  reference to Thomas Paine’s work, “The Age Of Reason”, (an age without Christ). In fact when examining the book “Common Sense Renewed” written by Robert Christian 6 years afterward in 1986, he makes references to Paine’s Age of Reason; and made his belief about population control well known. Here is a few pictures of quotes. You can find more on page 1, 10, 11 & 128 just to start.























Here is a copy of that book as well.




Wyhatt tried to keep Mr Christian’s business in town instead of in Hancock or elsewhere, so a good friend of his, Wayne Mullenix offered a spot on his property. That’s how divine guidance works, greasing palms. Once R.C. Christian saw this location he agreed to it and wanted to buy 5 acres.  There is some evidence that $5000 was the settled price.  Christian then wanted the farmer to keep grazing rights to the land to help with upkeep, and later he said the deed had to be put into the local county's name; as it would be the longest lasting part of the community. Things got under way quickly as deadlines were to be met. This is obvious once you see the hidden numbers and meaning behind the launch date of 03/22/1980. The inscription was mostly put there by a man named Charlie Clamp but the actual translation was done by the United Nations. A local Chinese man was brought in to do that one but all the rest were done by the U.N. (which should suggest to some readers the evil intention behind the world government framework. All parties would not confirm nor deny any details to what’s in or if in fact there is even a time capsule itself, even though it is listed on the plaque left behind. 




Later interviews with Wyhatt gave some details, but he kept his promise not to reveal R.C. Christians mysterious identity. Some clues come from the photos of what was in a case he had full of documents.


Here are a few clues and a large article from Wired Magazine:





When interviewed about the case, Wyhatt wouldn’t reveal too much, but when the case was opened years later some pictures were taken so these clues are a great chance to confirm things we learn later on. A correspondence letter dated 1998 and envelope with an address on it.






730 Wraywood Drive  Fort Dodge Iowa 50501,

When we see this again later it helps to confirm our findings.



Another great clue is a letter from the Smithsoinian c/o a fellow named Mr Merryman.




When we check, we  find that the man who published  R.C.’s book was Robert Merryman.




The rest of the story comes from other people who had contact with him and by following the clues. Hudson Cone was one man who talked to R.C. in person. Fendley called Hudson and asked if he wanted to meet R.C.  concerning his plans for adding an ambitious “outer ring” and very occult pyramid capstone. Once costs were examined the outer ring and pyramid capstone was abandoned! Seems like the numerology thing just doesn’t translate in to 322 million dollars easily. Maybe these Gods are from the poor side of town, though culling 6 and a half billion people probably would be expensive.  Being unable to finish his divinely inspired eugenicist commandments on great big rocks the way he wanted it upset RC as found in the letters and plans seen below.



These are plans hand drawn by R.C. Christian himself.





One comment by “R.C.” claimed he was a concrete worker himself, leading to another clue.




Apparently the last time someone heard from R.C. is when he talked to Wyhattt in 2001 and Fendley in 2003. Keep those in mind for later, as we search for confirmation.

               Herbert H Kersten                                             Robert Merryman



Could these two names, ROBERT  and KERSTEN combine to be “R.C”. Christian. A clue from earlier is most important now. Look at the address of Kersten in this patent. In fact this other patent from him is for concrete work, which confirms his admission of being a concrete worker.



Once we realize that Merryman died in the early 90's but Kersten was alive until 2005, I believe we have our man in Kersten.




It seems that concrete worker Herbert H Kersten is the man known as R.C. Christian. Everything from his concrete work and patents, his writings and belief system and his age during the letters all matches up. Even the very name itself sounds  obvious to the reader. (see side note below)

This still doesn’t tell us why he created his expensive and large monument for the ages, or who else was involved. I have speculations, perhaps I will write about that another time.  I do believe that it is certainly linked to the Mystery Babylon secret societies.


So it looks like Herbert H. Kersten is the mysterious occult  R.C. Christian that almost got his monument right on the 33rd parallel, surrounded by a ring and capped with a pyramid… but not quite.


You would probably use a pseudonym too when associating yourself with an undertaking of such mysterious occult gravity. Of course, only a Herbert would misspell the word “pseudonyn” and carve it right in to the side of his eternal masterpiece.  


As a side note Kresten is another name for Christian.



I left one more number observation for the end of the article. The Guidestones were unveiled on 03/22/1980, from that date add 33 years, 33 months, 33 weeks and 33 days.


What day does that bring us to? September 11th 2016.




Why not include one more thing I noticed about the numbers, Double Seven road and Highway 77








Edited by: Activist Angel

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