The promise of a trove buried underneath the now-destroyed Georgia Guidestones appears to be a bust.
The mysterious structure unveiled in 1980 was demolished Wednesday after an explosion that caused extensive damage, but there was lingering intrigue about the possibility of a time capsule.
A slab on-site had two unfinished lines that said, “Placed six feet below this spot on …” that was “to be opened on,” leading to a search by county officials.
With the help of a tape measure, Elbert County Road Department officials used an excavator to dig 6 feet into the ground. However, officials said they did not find anything but dirt, according to Fox 5 Atlanta. “There was no hole. There was no nothing. It was a slab of concrete on top of dirt,” said police Lt. Shane Allen, per the Epoch Times .
Much remains unanswered about the Georgia Guidestones, dubbed “America’s Stonehenge ,” including who built the structure roughly 100 miles east of Atlanta.
The Elberton Granite Finishing Corporation said the 19-foot set of granite monoliths, which had stood for several decades, served as an astronomical calendar and were engraved with a 10-part list of instructions regarding the conservation of mankind in various languages.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says “unknown individuals” detonated an explosive device on Wednesday that destroyed a “large portion” of the structure and released surveillance footage showing the blast and a car leaving the area. The rest of the structure was demolished for “safety reasons,” and the GBI is seeking tips as it investigates the blast. Some believe the structure had satanic significance, including former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor , who vowed to tear down the structure if she was elected to “bring the Satanic Regime to its knees.”
Adding to the spectacle after the Georgia Guidestones got destroyed were online pranksters who claimed […]
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