Author : Elberton Granite
Title : The Georgia Guidestones
Year : 1981
Link download : The_Georgia_Guidestones.zip
The Georgia Guidestones is probably the most unusual monument ever produced in the Elberton Granite area. Not only is its massive size larger than any single other monument of record manufactured here, the circumstances surrounding its origin, completion, and erection have undoubtedly caused more speculation and comment than any of the other millions of grani te memorials produced in Elberton since the area's famed Granite Industry started nearly a century ago. It is entirely fitting and proper that joe H. Fendley, Sr., President of Elberton Granite Finishing Company, Inc., who was the "'builder" of The Georgia Guidestones, has herein recorded for posterity the intriguing story of how this unique monument came into being. With painstaking care, he has collected invaluable information and pictorial records of men and women, their skills and dedication, the materials, the messages, and the meanings of this gigantic monument which s tands now and for all time in Elbert County, Georgia. Since the unveiling of this truly unique monument on March 22, 1980, it has already become a famous landmark for the Elberton area. Widely publicized and frequently called ''America's Stonehenge." The Georgia Guidestones will continue to bring visitors to Elberton and Elbert County to inspect the stone features and read the provocative messages inscribed thereon. Already the subject of numerous newspaper, magazine, and television stories during the few months since it was placed on the highest point in Elbert County, Georgia, the mysterious monument is destined to continue to grow in its interest-attracting fascination for the people of Georgia, the Nation, and the World. The documentation contained in this compilation of materials relating to this most unusual Elberton Granite monument will be a treasured memento for the merely curious visitors in years to come; it will prove to be an indispensable resource tool for the serious historians of the future. Without doubt, The Georgia Guidestones do contain significant messages for present and future generations to consider. Not everyone will agree with all of the succinct "g11ides" which have been permanently inscribed in eight different languages in these massive pieces of Elberton Granite. Very few persons on earth today could read or translate the four archaic languages on the capstone which implore mankind -now and in the future- to "Let These Be Guidestones To An Age of Reason." This publication about these unique stones will serve to help all inhabitants of this planet reflect more earnestly - hopefully in a "reasonable" fashion - about these "guides" to mankind's ultimate survival. March, 1981. ...
The Georgia Guidestones
Tuesday, November 6 2012. Anonymous