I had never heard of -- or if I had, I had forgotten -- the "Georgia Guidestones" until I ran across one of those portentous-toned television shows in which speculation overrides facts in the face of a slim number of undeniable facts.
Who, what, when, where, why and how -- the site sometimes referred to as the "American Stonehenge" was erected in 1979 and unveiled in 1980 and stands as an interesting curiosity and an invitation to (mostly) rational thought.
I am intrigued by its quotient of total uselessness ... the very-useful-yet-utterly-useless presence on Georgia farmland.
You might enjoy reading this , Anita .......ReplyDelete
But is it art? Or is it a demonic calling to reason, calling sinners away from the one true god, and destined to being pulled down by a future theocracy?ReplyDelete
Thanks Anita. That was a fun read.ReplyDelete