The Georgia Guidestones: On Rocky Ground

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Spiv & WSGC.

 

Oh thank fuck for that, the Georgia Guidestone mystery has been solved… Sort of.

And when I say “mystery” I am of course talking about the square block of Granite engraved with the numbers 20 & 14 that mysteriously appeared in the top inner corner of the 19ft high, upright granite slab that is engraved in English.The block itself filled a gap that had been cut out of the slab in 2009… I hope that makes sense to you all.

If it doesn’t, have a read of my article ‘Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day’.

Now, I say that the mystery has ‘sort of‘ been solved, because the explanation – provided by way of a WSGC article – doesn’t quite add up… And thank you Punkki for the heads up.

So in order to show you why it doesn’t, I think its best that I take you on a walk through of the article supposedly solving the mystery.

 

Piece of GA Guidestones Recovered After Nearly Four Years

August 6, 2013

After nearly four years, the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office has recovered an item from the Georgia Guidestones reported stolen.

That will be the chunk of granite that was cut out of the slab in a nigh on perfect cube then?

The item in question, a small cube of granite taken from the top of the stones, was recovered after deputies noticed three individuals on the surveillance cameras that monitor the land mark.

Thought it would be, but hold the fuck up half a mo! As soon as the deputies clocked the 3 rock robbers, why didn’t they get on over there like a bat out of hell – or at least dispatch a Deputy to do likewise?

I mean fuck me, cutting a sizable square chunk out of a slab of granite as neatly as the thieves did – given mind to the hard to get at location of the extraction – certainly wouldn’t have been five minutes of a job.

“Deputies got a call to go out there, and there was a gentleman there from Alabama that had the piece of granite that was taken almost four years ago”, said Investigator Darren Scarborough with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office. “Told the officers that he had it, and he had been out there in 2009 and took the small piece of granite off.”

Now, I know that I’m a bit Jimmy Quick but that makes no fucking sense to me whatsoever, especially considering that we have just been told that our intrepid Depurdy Dawgs noticed three individuals on the surveillance cameras that monitor the land mark.

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Yet here we are in the very next sentence being told that the “Deputies got a call to go out there, and there was a gentleman there from Alabama that had the piece of granite that was taken almost four years ago”!!!

What was the thief doing then, coming to put the fucking thing back for fucks sake… And were they ultimately expecting him to come back at some stage to replace his ill gotten gains anyway, being as the slab of rock hadn’t been repaired in the 4 years that had followed the theft?

Furthermore, who the fuck did the arresting officers get a call from?

I mean, was it the Deputies monitoring the CCTV? Or the fella who had nicked it and was now coming to put it back? Or was it a member of the public?… I hate incomplete or vague news reports, don’t you?

Moreover, the reporter who wrote this shit is either very bad at his job or the story has been cropped. For instance, he or she has used the word “there” three fucking times within the confines of the first 14 words used to describe the officers actions… There, there, there, I feel a lot better for getting that off my chest.

Okay, granted it was a direct quote, but so what? It still reads awful and there are ways around that sort of thing.

The wordsmith then begins a new sentence which consists entirely of another direct quote: “Told the officers that he had it, and he had been out there in 2009 and took the small piece of granite off”… But I am probably just being pedantic, despite the sentence reading like shit.

Yet why the fuck would the thief say that he had the chunk of rock when that fact would have been fucking obvious since the block of granite is around 10 inches square… Therefore he is hardly likely to have had it in his fucking pocket is he? And besides, the coppers knew that he had it on him because they got a call telling them so.

Never the less, not only did matey boy state the bleedin’ obvious, he also fessed up to nicking the block of stone back in 2009.

Now in my opinion, anyone that overtly stupid would not have the know how to enable them to cut a nice neat block out of a huge upright slab – especially in an area partially obscured by a capstone – whilst balancing 20 foot up a fucking ladder?

Not without causing significant damage to the block and surrounding areas anyway.

I mean, how the fuck did they cut the symmetrical, smooth faced block out that neatly anyway? Certainly not with a disc cutter, because there would be score marks extending past their marked guidelines… Which incidentally, some people claim were there when the stones were first erected (see photo below).

And fuck me, I should know the difficulties that the thieves faced, being as I have used a disc cutter to cut bricks, pipes and concrete slabs in situ, more times than I care to remember.

Moreover, they would have had to use the minimum of a 12 inch diamond tipped, disc blade, meaning that their disc-cutter would either have to be powered via petrol or by an air compressor – both of which would cause one hell of a fucking racket.

Course, it has also been suggested that the block was cut out as an act of vandalism in an effort to topple the stone, but fuck me, you would need to be away with the fairies to even think that. Indeed, they would have to be the most careful, neatest, precision conscious vandals to ever walk the earth wouldn’t they?

I mean, if it was vandalism and their objective was to get to the locking pin, the quickest way to get at it would be to stand on top of the slab and use a Kango, going in at a slight angle… Which would still be noisy, but no nosier than a disc cutter.

However, if I was done without power tools then the easiest way would be the same route as I described using a Kango but with a hefty, ‘fuck off’ Club Hammer, and a nice set of sharp cold chisels instead.

Now I can imagine that explanation will have lost some of you but the following photos should clarify what I mean… Hopefully.

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Has that made it any clearer?

If it hasn’t, tough because that is all you’re getting by way of explanation.

Therefore, there is no way on earth that removing the block was done as an act of vandalism, given the precise, long winded way that the corner has been removed from the upright slab.

Indeed, the more you think about the ludicrous story, the more infantile the suggestion becomes that the perfectly square, extremely neat extraction was made in an effort to detach the upright from the capstone.

The article continues:

The original theft occurred on September 11th, 2009.

September the 11th! how appropriate, coincidental and suspicious as fuck.

Course, that fact totally contradicts Mart Clamp, one of those who maintain the guidestones.

You see, Clamp apparently stated in 2009 that: It appears that the damage was made over the course of about a year in an ongoing effort to topple that Guidestone.”

Now, I know I said earlier that it would take a while to cut out such a neat block but fuck me, it wouldn’t take a year… Not unless they were cutting the block out with a Tesco value knife.

Moreover, I kinda think that 3 fellas carrying a 20 foot ladder back and forth would have attracted attention – even if the CCTV wasn’t in place in 2009… But then again, what do I know.

I mean, they might have been acrobats in a circus and formed a human ladder… Or the story is just bollox, which I would suggest is more likely.

Because lets face it, neither the articles version of events or Mart Clamppit’s version have an ounce of credibility whatsoever and sound to me like nothing more than a load of old fanny designed to muddy the waters… And why would anyone but a wrong un acting on orders want to do that?

Make no mistake, that block was cut out by a very professional stone mason… Or should I say the notch was cut out by a very professional stone mason.

After all, if the thieves really wanted a nice square block, then it would have been a million times easier and make far more sense to have cut one from the outer edge of the upright.

All the same, when you think about it logically the cube wouldn’t have survived the task anyway – not as a perfect cube at least, given where it was taken from.

In fact I am absolutely positive that it would have been impossible to cut out such a neat square chunk of granite from the location that it was taken from and I state that based on over 15 years of experience in the building trade.

And at the end of the day, why the fuck would anyone want to steal a 10 inch block of granite anyway?

After all, a lump like that wouldn’t have cost the earth to buy and would have been a whole heap less bothersome – without the added danger of them getting nicked.

Indeed, in all likelihood there never was a block, just a sackful of granite chippings professionally chiseled out, allowing a stone mason to then use a small angle grinder to sand down, smooth off & tidy up the notched out area.

Never the less, lets pretend that WSGC are telling the truth since I am enjoying myself.

The lying cunts then continue:

He says deputies arrested 37-year-old William Jeremy Ellis of Anniston, Alabama.

Just to recap here, that will be Investigator Darren Scarborough from the Elbert County Sheriff’s Department who said that.

And presumably he is talking about when Willie Ellis had taken his stolen pet granite block back to visit its family and got himself nicked in the process.

So let’s have a butchers at this Ellis fella shall we:

William Jeremy Ellis

THAT’S A FUCKING PAINTING!

Do Elbert County Sheriffs Department paint their mugshots?

Mind you, Ellis must have thought the world of his pet block. I mean when all is said and done, Anniston AL is a 200 mile, three and a half hour drive to Elbert county.

From: Anniston, AL, USA To: Elbert County, GA, USA

Least said, soonest mended I suppose… Come on, get on with it you loveable purveyors of bullshit:

Two other men, who remain unidentified, accompanied Ellis; the only known information on the two men is that they were from Florida.

Oh right, how do the old bill know that then?

I mean, even if Jennifer Anniston from Ellis – or whatever his name is – had told them that his partners in crime were from Florida – which is highly likely given his eagerness to confess that he had nicked the block – what the fuck makes the Defectives believe him to be telling the truth?

Therefore, if old willie refused to give the cops his mates names, then logic dictates that the plod had to have more information on the absent gruesome twosome in order to say with any certainty that the pair came from Florida… A mere 600 mile, nine hour drive from Anniston in Alabama

From: Anniston, AL, USA To: Florida, USA

And by comparison a mere 6 hour, 350 mile drive from Georgia to Florida

From: Georgia, USA To: Florida, USA

Scarborough says the whole incident has the sheriff’s office scratching their heads a little bit.

Spivey says the whole incident has him shaking his an awful lot.

“We don’t know what their intentions were with the piece of granite or why they were back out there late Friday night/early Saturday morning”, said Scarborough. “We have talked to the gentleman, who is in charge of the guidestones, and we have the piece of granite back, but we are not sure what will be done with it.”

I’m fucked if I know what their intentions were either Ociffer Scarborough, to be fair – see what I did there?

Course, if you believe that the block of granite shown in the photo below was the block cut from the guidestones, then you are dumber than a dumbed down dumb Dumbo… But it isn’t, which will in fact answer the question as to the reason why it wasn’t back Mr Scarborough – which would after all have been the logical thing to do obviously… Had it been the real thing. Just sayin’.

The "piece" in question.

PHOTO: The *aherm, aherm* chunk of stolen granite.

Ellis is charged with Felony Theft by Taking, Interference with Government Property, and 2nd Degree Criminal Damage to Property.

A Felony? Otherwise known as a very serious crime! … A bit OTT isn’t it?

But hold up! “Interference with Government Property”? So the Georgia guidestones are in fact government property?

Interesting… And true since the old bill wouldn’t charge someone with a lie would they?  Course, if the ‘Stones’ do belong to the government then to me that makes them all the more sinister – given their engraved message.

Ellis remains in custody at the Elbert County Detention Center where he is currently awaiting a bond hearing. Source

Hmmm, I wonder what happened to the painted man?  Genuine question as I haven’t got a Scooby Doo what happened to him in regards to the outcome of the court case… Or even if & when it was held.

I mean, I have checked all the local newspapers serving Elbert County, Georgia and Anniston, Alabama and I cannot find one single mention of him, the stolen block or his two clown mates… Very strange, albeit not surprising.

Well, that is to say I couldn’t apart from another article written the very next day, by the same mush as this one, which reported that bail had been set for sad Willie at $5,000, with no takers:

Bond has been set for the Alabama man who was found to be in possession of a stolen piece of the Georgia Guidestones Monument.37-Year-Old William Jeremy Ellis of Anniston,Alabama was arrested by deputies with the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office in the early morning hours on Saturday, August 3rd.

According to Investigator Darren Scarborough with the Sheriff’s Office, Ellis admitted to being the one who stole a small piece of the Guidestones back on September 11th, 2009.

He says this is just a very unusual case…

Ellis faces charges of Felony Theft by Taking, Interference with Government Property, and 2nd Degree Criminal Damage to Property.Bond has been set at five thousand dollars, but has not yet been posted.Ellis remains in custody at the Elbert County Detention Center. Source

Quite surprisingly, that 2nd article didn’t include the artistic mug shot of Willie Ellis.

And neither are we any the wiser as to why the notched out area of slab remained empty for another year following the granite block being recovered… Not that the original was put back when the gap was filled earlier this month, but I have already explained why that would be.

Instead – as you all know – a granite block engraved with the numbers 20 and 14 was used to fill the space, having been blatantly cut so as to appear as being a feature cornerstone – which indeed it is.

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And as such, it is quite obvious that the intent behind it is so as it will be noticed – as indeed it was.

Now, it has been suggested that the “repair” – not a word that I would use – may have become necessary at this point in time due to the slabs becoming unstable… I did laugh.

After all, logically thinking that theory is nothing more than pie in the sky being as the stones have now had coming up on 35 years with which to settle.

Moreover, in an effort to add credibility to that ridiculous theory, it was also suggested that master craftsmen – such as Stone Masons & Carpenters – sometimes mark the repairs they make with either their name, or their initials and/or the date that the repair took place, hence the 2014 on the cornerstone… Which to be fair, is indeed true of some craftsmen albeit usually such signatures are very discreet and unseen.

However, I suppose that there are some master craftsmen, like Mr 2014 for instance, who are so proud of their work that they just can’t stop themselves from going over the top.

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And yet, even if the stones hadn’t settled, the cut out square is nowhere near big enough to undermine the capstone or loosen the upright.

Neither did the notch cut through the “stainless steel pin securing that Guidestone to the capstone” – although I wouldn’t have thought that a stainless steel pin would have overly secured that kind of weight, unless it was massively thick of course.

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Remember, the notch is 10 inch square at most

In fact an inch thick reinforced steel pin would have done the job much better… Not that the capstone should have needed pinning in the first place.

Never the less, the emergency repair theory just doesn’t hold water and smacks of clutching at straws in an effort to deliberately derail the alternative media… After all, it can’t be to make themselves look clever can it.

Indeed, I think it might be about time that I showed some of these detractors up for what they are… I do after all hold the proof.

Therefore – all things considered – I am inclined to stick with what I wrote about the 2014 block in my article ‘Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day’… Especially with the bombing having now started in Syria, as well as giving mind to the Ebola bollocks threatening to get out of hand, the global economy near to collapse and not forgetting the contents of my recent article in regard to the the nuclear fallout contaminating the Pacific Ocean – which it has been ever since I first wrote about it back in 2012.

Finally, I should also point out that the 2014 stone must have been put in place on the 1st or 2nd of September 2014, since the guidestones were once again subject to an attack of graffiti on the 3rd.

And from the world of you couldn’t make this shit up… Well, all I will say is just read the article.

 

Vandals deface mysterious Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County

The Georgia Guidestones, a 19-foot tall structure somewhat resembling the ancient Stonehenge monument of England, was recently vandalized in Elbert County and no one knows by whom.

But the inclusion of the word Isis in the graffiti earned the attention of the feds.

“We have not had any tips,” Elbert County sheriff’s Capt. Darren Scarborough said Monday of the search for the vandal. “We were hoping that through radio and newspapers we would get something, but we haven’t.”

However, the FBI was made aware of the graffiti because the author of the vandalism scrawled symbols on the stones and wrote such strange messages as, “I banish all darkness,” and, “I Am Isis, goddess of love.”

The word Isis caught the attention of the authorities because a terrorist group in the Middle East is known as ISIS. However, in this case the vandal appears to refer to the Egyptian goddess.

Photos were provided to the FBI, but authorities have not linked any evidence to a terrorist group.

“While the FBI is aware of the vandalism that took place at the Georgia Guidestones, currently no federal violation has been established and, as such, the matter remains with local authorities,” a spokesman for the FBI’s Atlanta office said Monday.

The vandalism was reported Sept. 3 by an employee with the Elbert County maintenance department.

“There are symbols that we still don’t know what they mean,” Scarborough said.

And while the phrases are odd, authorities are not trying to make an interpretation.

“I don’t want to read anything into this. All we have is the vandalism to the Guidestones,” he said. “It has been vandalized in the past. It’s probably a mile from the Elbert/Hart counties line and (Hart) is our biggest football rivalry so people have spray painted different things on it.”

The Guidestones have been featured on the History Channel and other media outlets.

They were erected in 1980. One message, written in eight languages, urges that the human population be maintained “under 500 million in perpetual balance with nature.” The identity of the person who financed the structure has never been revealed. Source