The Georgia Guide stones, also known to as the American Stonehenge, are a granite monument erected in Elbert County in 1979. The stones are imprinted in eight languages such as English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian and each relaying 10 new commandments for an Age of Reason. The stones also line up with positive exorbitant features.
Though the tombstone contains no encrypted messages, its function and origin remain masked in mystery. They were specially made by a man who has yet to be properly identified, who went by the false name of R.C. Christian.
Of the 10 commandments, the first one is conceivably the most contentious: Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in continuous balance with nature. Many have taken it to be a license to cull the human population down to the particular number, and critics of the stones have called for them to be smashed. Some plan theorists even believe they may have been planned by a Luciferian secret society calling for a new world order.