Guidestones than if he did nothing at all about them. The person who had the stones set up never advertised them nor had anyone go on TV to promote them or anything whatsoever other than to have them built and set up out in a field seven miles out in the boonies outside from a small semirural town that no one knows about in an out of the way corner of the state. If not for Dice the Georgia Guidestones would not be known to any but those living in the area and a few curiosity seekers.With all that Mark Dice is doing it creates more general interest in the Georgia
What we have is one strange person, or group directed by him, seeing a world wide conspiracy in a set of guidelines an unknown person had erected back in 1980 on private property some seven miles out in the countryside from a remote small town. Some even believe it is part of the boogey man conspiracy of The New World Order. Could it be that Dice himself is the unknown person that had the stones put there just to provide a basis for what he wants to do. After all one has to have a foundation to build an empire.
The guidelines make a lot of sense to me. Take a look at them:
There is a Goggle map link and picture after the next paragraph or note
NOTE to those who agree with the character who wants to silence another's opinion: The stones were paid for by a private individual and erected on private property. There is no promoting the stones, they are not at the edge of a main/major heavily traveled highway where they could gather attention nor is there a huge billboard promoting the Guidestones and definitely no TV program or movie about them either. The Guidestones are off on a side road in a field, not sitting up prominently atop a hill and the person is not creating a religion to evangelize his ideals. He is entitled to his opinion and to do with his property as he wishes. "Be not a cancer on the earth - Leave room for nature - Leave room for nature."
Property ownership records information links listed at the very bottom of this post
Google Earth coordinates: 34°13'55.42"N 82°53'40.00"W
Google map link:
If you go to the map site and change it to MAP then take the little man icon and put him at the intersection where you turn to go to the Guidestones you can easily see that the site is not that visible unless you know where you are and what you are looking for.
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A ton of information including details on its construction and theories about the what and why that it was built at http://www.wired.com/science/discoveries/magazine/17-05/ff_guidestones?currentPage=all
Property records search shows that Elbert County Board of Commisioners purchased the 4.93 acres the Guidestones sits on for $5,000 on October 1, 1971 and as of this writing is still shown as the owner of the property where the Guidestones are located.
Property info Link:
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