Strange Stuff!!

Welcome to my STRANGE STUFF section of the website. I consider this section to be my X-Files part of this site where I pay tribute to all the conspiracy theories and strange stuff that fascinates me. From UFO’s and aliens, to supposed government coverup’s and well known events such as Bohemian Grove, conspiracy theories about the so-called Illuminati, Bigfoot, ghost stuff, and other crazy things out there that make this twisted thing called life a hell of a lot more interesting. Enjoy!

Found this image through National Geographic. Did giants once exist?

 

Conspiracy Theories and Other Oddities

Georgia Guidestones (also called America’s Stonehenge)

Elbert County, Georgia

Thursday, April 5, 2018

11:15 AM EST

Georgia Guidestones (America’s Stonehenge)

 

I woke up the sleepy town of Elberton, Georgia around eight o’clock that morning. Now, when I call Elberton a sleepy town, take my word for it. The folks there seemed incredibly laid back. It is a very small town, and this particular town seemed to stand still in time, to some extent. A quick trip downtown and you find some very unique local owned shops in the town that prides itself as the Granite Capital of the World. Granite is the main business in Elberton. However, many of the storefronts in the small downtown stood empty, probably a victim of past recessions. The same story that many small towns still struggle with once the small manufacturing businesses started to close up shop and move elsewhere a couple decades ago. Elberton is small, cozy, far off the beaten path, and life moves slowly. I liked it.

 

I checked out of the hotel and began my drive down what the locals call Hartwell Highway. After about 8 or 9 miles I spotted the enormous monument off to my right, standing all by itself in the middle of a field. I turned up the old road and pulled into a gravel parking area that was maybe big enough to fit a dozen cars. I could tell that the monument wasn’t the tourist attraction that the designer of it had hoped for. Well, maybe in years past.

 

I let my fingers trace the carved granite. It was 11:15 in the morning and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. I stood there in wonder at this monument that I travelled hours to see. This place truly was in the middle of nowhere. Anyone coming here had to either be coming here for specifically to see the Guidestones, or just another local stopping by to take a look. It was just me and a few cows. Some houses sporadically down the road a piece. The closest Interstate was probably at least a couple hours away. This isn’t the kind of place you just stumble upon. You have to be searching for these sparsely populated towns and counties.

 

 

For those of you that aren’t familiar with the Georgia Guidestones, this monument weighs over 247,000 pounds and stands close to 20 feet tall. It is a series of four huge granite slabs (made locally in Elberton and transported to this location) that has a series of commandments, or guidelines for a “new age of reason” as the designer described it. “Guides for the conservation of mankind and for the earth.”

 

The guides (or new 10 Commandments as some call it) are:

Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature;

Guide reproduction wisely – improving fitness and diversity;

Unite humanity with a living new language;

Rule passion – faith – tradition – and all things with tempered reason;

Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts;

Let all nations rule internally, resolving external disputes in a world court;

Avoid petty laws and useless officials;

Balance personal rights with social duties;

Prize truth – beauty – love – seeking harmony with the infinite;

Be not a cancer on the earth – leave room for nature – leave room for nature.

 

Now, one can see how conspiracy theorists would latch onto such a mysterious and expensive monument in the middle of nowhere that points to a new age of reason for mankind, insisting that a reasonable population level is one that require eliminating 7.1 billion people from the planet and talks of a world court (possibly eluding to a one world government) and a new universal language. Perhaps it was put here as a testament to that one world vision and a rigid population control system that requires killing off most of humanity. Maybe it was meant to be a reminder that we should be good stewards of the planet, just like it says. Not every guide seems harmful. Maybe it was put here just to make us discuss these principles and take some local action to make our world a better place. I don’t know the motivation of R.C. Christian, the man that supposedly commissioned this project on behalf of a group of individuals that wanted to stay anonymous. The secrecy of this group has only fueled suspicion and speculation.

 

Take some time to do a quick Internet search of this notorious location. It’s fascinating stuff. I’m glad I made the trip and spent some time here.

 

Black Friday–A Great American Frightfest!!

In my humble opinion, there is nothing more horrific than attempting to enter a Walmart anywhere in the country the day after Thanksgiving. Hell, it’s bad enough trying to shop there during the middle of the week in June, much less during the holidays! It’s full of trolls, demons, and people that still think the mullet is a cool look. Don’t believe me? Or maybe you just love Walmart so much that you hate to admit it.

If you have to venture into that pit of Hades this weekend make sure that you’ve got everything squared up with the big man upstairs before you try your luck. If I were you, I’d enter slowly and keep a bottle of holy water in one hand. I also recommend that you keep a Bible handy, and a copy of the Necronomicon if you can find one.  A replica will do. I imagine the original is probably held safely and securely in Al Franken’s secret lair, right next to the missing Hillary Clinton emails and hard evidence of him groping a few dozen women.

In fact, I hope America will make a new holiday tradition this year during the Black Friday event. Everyone has a cell phone with a decent camera. Take photos, lots of them! Everywhere you hear shouting and argueing over the last T.V. on the shelf, the hottest X-Box game, or that last tube of PreperationH, run to that scene and take a photo. Hell, take some video! There’s nothing as satisfying as sitting on my ass on Black Friday scouring the television news channels and watching skirmishes happening in every state at the Walmart closest to a trailer park. This is the only time during the year that a white person and a black person can literally beat the shit out of each other without it being made into a political and racial issue that runs at least twice during every hourly news cycle. It is the only day that people can attack those of another race and NOT be called a racist for it! So, let’s have at it, folks! I’m tired of hearing about Russia and Hillary and how much Colin K. hates America on such a slow news day.

 

 

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