Georgia Guidestones

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The Georgia Guidestones

The Georgia Guidestones is a stone-monument in Elbert County, Georgia. It is almost twenty feet high, consists of six granite slabs and weighs almost 100 tons. It is also called the "American Stonehenge". The monument was built in 1980 and the client is unknown.

Inscription

The stone slabs contain inscriptions, that promote Population control and Environmentalism. They are translated in English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian language.

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