Blood stains on Georgia Guidestones?



A few days ago, a man was flying his quadcopter over the mysterious Georgia Guidestone when he has discovered a blood stains at the top of this controversial monument.

Witness explains his discovery:

I was flying my quadcopter above Georgia Guidestones and found these crazy stains that look like blood. Very intriguing to watch because you don’t see any stains from the ground at all. These stones look completely normal from the ground level but from the top you can see a big splash of this. I don’t know what you can make of it, but it does look like blood.

A while ago, a pastor of a local church warned that the guide stones would lead to blood sacrifices on the spot where they stood. He was making the point this monument is some kind of an occult symbol used for pagan rituals. At the Georgia guide stones, they don’t celebrate Christian festivals like Christmas or Easter, but you can see celebrations on Solstices and equinoxes, and solar and lunar eclipse which are celebrated by Pagans around the world. This is not a coincidence because the stones have slots that specifically mark solar events. For example, you can see the rising Sun exactly on solstices and equinoxes through this slot cut in the center pillar.

In many ancient cultures, these natural events are also celebrated
with animal sacrifice and historically there have even been human sacrifices. For example, the Mayas would rip the hearts out of other human beings on solar eclipse from the top of a pyramid. The blood would flow from the top of the pyramid which was supposed to appease the gods.

There are lots of rumors about blood sacrifice and similar rituals among secret societies like the Illuminati and Skull and Bones. Apparently these groups like to sacrifice animals and human beings to gain social and political advantage. The Georgia guide stones monument clearly shows it is fundamentally based on ancient pagan cultures. You can see writings in Egyptian hieroglyphs and Babylonian cuneiform which have documented cases of blood sacrifice.

Now could this just be some kind of vandalism? Did somebody just throw a cup of say, chicken blood from the ground? It is kind of impossible to do that, because these stones are about 20 feet tall. If you throw a cup of blood from the ground, it would splatter all over the stones. If you observe the pattern closely, this liquid started flowing directly from the top to the pillar on the front left. What’s more interesting, the front left pillar is where a smaller stone block with an inscription 2014 was inserted. It created a big controversy and later on that block was removed, and you can see the empty slot here.

Anyway if this is a case of vandalism, you would need a ladder to go up top and throw some blood. But you can’t do that that because you are being watched by the Police 24/7 and you can see the surveillance camera here. So this would have been some kind a planned ritual that happened on top of the capstone. And whatever happened, must have happened recently because if this was done a while ago, I imagine the blood would have been washed off by rain.

We all know Georgia Guidestones are very mysterious, we don’t even know the real name of the person who built it. We know it was built by a secret society called Rosicrucians and they tend to construct these strange structures all over the world. In Pennsylvania, they have constructed Pyramids with strange symbols and writings. Why do we see these weird structures built in different states and what is the ultimate goal of these secret societies?

So what do you think? Is this blood we see on top of Georgia Guidestones? If not, what is it?

The Georgia Guidestones is a granite monument erected on March 22, 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia. It’s an unknown person under the pseudonym R. C. Christian that has hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build this structure in June 1979. A lot of people think its monument has a “deep Satanic origin” commissioned by Rosicrucians.

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