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A new Stonehenge will teach how to rebuild a better world after the APOCALYPSE
# The tables of the American Stonehenge: the 10 rules for a better world
The monument is called “Georgia Guidestones“. Six blocks of granite, placed in the center of a giant quarry in Elberton county, GA, compose its structure. It is believed that, in this place, the structure can resist to any natural disaster or cataclysm. The objective is in fact to preserve these slabs for the superstite of an eventual apocalypse, and give them the basis from which to start again. Therefore, the blocks bear engraved ten rules in eight different languages, proposed as am inspiration to build up a new, and better, society.
We don’t know so much about the monument. It dates back to 1979, ascribed to a R.C. Christian: probably, the pseudonym of who financed the project. A number of theories circulate about it, including conspiracies, or a phantom intervention of the devil.
The only assessed truth, at the moment, is that this mysterious construction contains the following 10 ideas, intended as a basis for the society of the future.
# 10 rules for a better world
- Keep Humanity under 500 million people, in perpetual balance with nature.
- Guide reproduction wisely, improving health and diversity.
- Unite Humanity with a new living language.
- Dominate passion, faith, tradition and all things with sober reason.
- Protect peoples and nations with righteous laws and impartial courts.
- Let all nations govern themselves internally and settle external disputes in a world court.
- Avoid unimportant laws and unnecessary officials.
- Balance personal rights with social duties.
- Appreciate truth, beauty and love, seeking harmony with the infinite.
- Don’t be a cancer on the earth, leave room for nature. Leave room for nature.
# The plates are also compass, clock and calendar
The Georgia Guidestones, however, is more than just a container of guidelines. The entire design of the structure aims to preserve some of the fundamental tools which we base our lives on. Because of the unique location, the slabs serve as a compass – they have a hole in the central pillar to locate the North Star – as well as a clock and calendar. There are other holes, carefully studied, which provide indications to identify the solstices and equinoxes of the sun. This monument is still under studies: however, it mainly fascinates for its secrets and serves as a warning for people of the present day as well.
(Original article by Matteo Guardabassi)