In a bizarre example of terrorism paranoia, America’s current bogeyman, ISIS, has been linked to the Georgia Guidestones (for those of you who don’t know about the Guidestones, check out our exclusive video below) following some recent vandalism where the word “Isis” was left on one of the stones (see video at bottom of post at 3:48 in). The FBI are on the case reports OnlineAthens:
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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.