I am in the middle of rewriting and revising my book manuscript, so I have not been devoting much time to writing my blog. However, I did want to point to two important news stories today. First, someone bombed the Georgia Guidestones this morning, taking out one of the large slabs which bear controversial advice about population reduction and other prescriptions for a future in harmony with the environment. Authorities do not have a suspect or suspects yet, but the destruction comes after then-Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor called for their destruction at a campaign event earlier this year.
Conspiracy theorists have long hated the monument, seeing it as everything from an Illuminati plan for genocide to the work of Satan. History Channel shows like Decoded and America Unearthed argued that the stones, erected in 1980, were a plan for genocide and harbingers of an apocalypse, with the latter falsely telling an audience of millions that the monument was connected to the New World Order and the imagined occult symbolism of the Denver Airport.
Meanwhile, Rep. Mike Gallager (R-WI) and Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) filed a so-called "UFO amnesty" amendment to grant special protection to government employees and contractors, suspending their NDAs so they can discuss UFOs with the new UFO Office in the Pentagon, except when the information relates to secret government programs. The two congressmen, who have been among the most gung-ho in legislating UFO Twitter's wish-list, also included anti-reprisal language to prevent employers from penalizing employees who report UFO information to the UFO Office.
The most interesting part of the legislation is that its provisions were floated on UFO Twitter months before the pair filed the legislation, promoted by the usual crew of Bigelow/Elizondo/Vallee satellites. The hard question worth asking is why Congress continues to listen to certified looney tunes and work with them.
7/6/2022 03:27:42 pm
"then-Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor called for their destruction at a campaign event earlier this year."
7/6/2022 06:49:07 pm
I can't sign off on destruction of private property.
7/7/2022 08:48:54 am
“Important news stories” - somewhat of an overstatement…….
7/8/2022 11:13:09 am
Scott Wolter blames the Catholic church for blowing up the Georgia Guidestones.
7/9/2022 01:22:54 pm
Mr. Wolter is going to be really disappointed when he finds out the stonemason's that actually created and constructed the Georgia Guidestones were all Freemasons. In fact the Guidestones are very similar to the Pillars of Boaz and Jachin from Masonic lore that were also left for future generations that included tenets of math and science on them. In fact Mr. Wolter contributed to the negative furor over the Guidestones on his own tv show where he himself suggested they were somehow evil and bad. This also includes his negative interpretation of the Denver Airport Murals which also seemed to elicit fright and fear come the anti NWO crowd. Just as in the destruction of the cider press at America's Stonehenge Mr. Wolter should step up and say he was wrong about these things. Instead he doubles down and blames the church for this? He appears to be ignorant of his own Masonic history in a big way on a par with his other ridiculous ideas about history.
7/13/2022 10:25:21 pm
"large slabs which bear controversial advice about population reduction..."
Not for publication
7/13/2022 10:30:35 pm
Kandiss Taylor is an extraordinarily ignorant Christian using New Testament who obviously can't understand normal thinking. She makes all of my college football teammates from Georgia who couldn't read or write look like geniuses.
Your comment will be posted after it is approved.
Leave a Reply.
I am an author and researcher focusing on pop culture, science, and history. Bylines: New Republic, Esquire, Slate, etc. There's more about me in the About Jason tab.
Enter your email below to subscribe to my newsletter for updates on my latest projects, blog posts, and activities, and subscribe to Culture & Curiosities, my Substack newsletter.
Terms & Conditions
Please read all applicable terms and conditions before posting a comment on this blog. Posting a comment constitutes your agreement to abide by the terms and conditions linked herein.