Monumental Mysteries: The Georgia Guidestones

On a hill outside of the small town of Elberton, GA, is one of the nation’s most peculiar monuments – a collection of 6 stones, engraved with cryptic messages, in a dozen languages. What do they say? And what is their purpose? Tonight, July 17, 2012 at 9 PM, the Travel Channel seeks answers to the mysteries of the Georgia Guidestones in the premiere of a Mysteries at the Museum special.

The expert they turn to? Disinformation’s own Raymond Wiley, author of The Georgia Guidestones: America’s Most Mysterious Movement. In lieu of a clip from the show (sorry, they haven’t made one available yet), here’s Raymond at the Guidestones giving us the scoop on their purpose:



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10 Comments on "Monumental Mysteries: The Georgia Guidestones"

  1. Monkey See Monkey Do | Jul 18, 2012 at 1:50 am |

    500 Million? That’s gonna require a bit of a cull.

  2. does raymond wiley have sharpened canines?

  3. Lifobryan | Jul 18, 2012 at 4:44 pm |

    I didn’t get to see the show on Travel channel last night, but I do have the book – it’s fascinating & very well researched. I definitely recommend it if you have any interest in the Guidestones & their strange history. 

  4. have visited the Guidestones a couple of times, usually beered up. maybe that’s why i’m underwhelmed by them. ty cobb’s gravesite is close by and of much more interest…

  5. whats the mystery? who put it there? it must be common knowledge, these stones are not older than mybe 50 yrs? so? just another tourist gag, nothing else.

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