Georgia Guidestones

In 1980, a monument was built in Elberton, Georgia, and is known as the Georgia Guidestones. There are 10 guidelines on the monument written in eight languages, which seem to be a set of rules for humans. For instance, one inscription reads, “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature,” while another reads, “Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.”

The monument was paid for by a man who gave an alias, so no one knows who built it or why. Some think the inscriptions are telling the future and giving us a guideline for how to rebuild after an apocalypse. Others believe Satanists or the New World Order (a secret, world-controlling group) built the sculpture to promote their agenda.