R.C. Christian, who is he? It’s a pseudonym for the person who created the Georgia Guidestones.

The Guidestones are a strange set of ten commandment-like statements in eight languages on four tablets. They were put on private property in Georgia in 1980, and are becoming more broadly known in the world.

These are the 10 guides contained in the stones:

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
  10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

I spent a good part of my life in the new-age movement, so the precepts in these guidestones are familiar to me.  I’ve seen them separately in numerous other writings over time.  I can also tell you that even though they sound rational, the precepts contained in the Guidestones are anything but godly.  It takes a comparison with the words of the author of the real Ten Commandments to see the deception.

The first red flag about these guidestones isn’t even in the 10 guides themselves: it starts with the author. Why use a pseudonym? If these guides are so great in themselves, why not stand in front of the world’s population alone or with your supporters, and champion it? The main reason people choose to use a pseudonym is to hide investigation of the source. Why would the source for this need to be hidden, unless it actually masks something that is not as “divinely inspired” as it would appear?

With that in mind, let’s compare the precepts here to something that has open readership and a known author: God’s word.

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.

Where in the world did this arbitrary number come from? The world currently sustains 7 billion people. There have been over a billion people on the planet since 1800, and the earth has sustained that. So why would the goal be even half the number on the planet in 1800?

I have had people argue with me in the past about the famines in Ethiopia and North Korea, etc, as examples of non-sustainability.  But the truth is, those famines were caused by corrupt governments blocking food from reaching the people who needed it (Ethiopia) or completely ignoring a need they knew how to fulfill and not accepting help from other nations to save face (North Korea).  It certainly was not for any lack of food supply in the world.  North America (the United States particularly) produces enough food for itself and another 300-500 million people on the planet, and was trying to supply it to the people of both North Korea and Ethiopia.

Even if the world had 30 billion people on it, the creator of the world clearly demonstrated that supplying it is not a problem.  He personally turned several baskets of bread and fish into enough food for 5,000 people.  This was a clear demonstration that supplying the needs of people on Earth is covered, if the world works with him to do it.

  1. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.

So I can interpret this in a few ways.  Is this to ..

  • encourage specific choices in the selection of parents of a child
  • scientific intervention in the genes to improve the quality of the life reproduced
  • imposing restrictions or quotas on the quantity of human life reproduced
  • a combination of any of these.

None of these alone or in combination is good, in any way.  In fact, the concept embodied in this guide has been manifested many times in history in horrible ways (genocides are a part of this thinking). And this guide goes directly against the original command that God gave to Adam and Eve. ‘God blessed them and said to them, “Have many children. Fill the earth and take control of it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the air. Rule over every living thing that moves on the earth.”’ (Genesis 1:28).

Remember, God never rescinded or changed this command, and he even told Abraham that his descendants would number more than the grains of sand on the beach. I’m sure the number of grains of sand on any single beach in the world is well beyond 500 million.  This guide point is to support and enforce the first guide point.  Don’t make the mistake of seeing this guide point as altruistic: it is not benign in any way.

The subtle message of “improving fitness and diversity” is that it results from guiding reproduction.  Anyone with any insight can see that there are some fetuses are going to not live up to that standard.

  1. Unite humanity with a living new language.

What’s wrong with English?  Since the end of World War II, the dominance of English in the world has reached every corner.  It is also the defacto language of business in the world.  It has an extremely rich vocabulary for expression of thoughts and ideas. There have been other languages created (Esperanto) which were intended to become the language of the world, but they are spoken by a small minority of the world.

The simple answer for this guide is that it is another attempt to revive the Tower of Babel. After the Tower of Babel was built, God created confusion in the language among the people. His reason was that the people would be unstoppable in anything–His own words. They could accomplish anything with a common language. Read Genesis 11:1-8.

While it may seem great to have humanity fully united, God warns that the heart of man is full of evil.  So uniting hearts full of evil in this way is a very bad thing.

This is the biggest clue to the nature of the guide stones being related to the New World Order.  Its focus is to unite humanity against the God of Israel, just as the one language would have done in Babel had God not introduced confusion into the language … AND scattered the people across the earth.  In our world, the “Global Village” refers to mankind no longer being scattered over the world (at least in a virtual sense).  So a new common language returns the earth back to a state of Babel capable of anything, except being able to stop God from confusing them.

Reread that last paragraph carefully.

  1. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.

This is the guide point behind the common bumper sticker often seen on cars: “Coexist” (with all the letters derived from various religious symbols of the world).  It is also a cause of the screwy political correctness we are tormented with today.  While tempered reason sounds like the solution (after all, science is based on reasoning), reasoning has a bad habit of making decisions on what it can reason, being unaware or unknowledgeable of things that would cause a different conclusion.  Worse off, science is not free from prejudice.  There are many cases (dinosaur bones particularly) where the information was intentionally falsified, and led to generations of teaching based on wrong information.

This guide point is also the way to get individuals to submit their view of God and traditions under an artificial religion that is designed for all mankind–a big part of the New World Order.  Even God has an interesting passage in his word that goes against tempered reason. “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.” (Revelation 3:15-16)

  1. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.

This doesn’t sound like anyone could argue with the principle here.  It is a good principle, except… the devil is in the details.  What represents “fair laws and just courts” is going to vary according to the person you ask.  To me, this statement is no different than a candidate for President of the United States participating in a televised debate, who says, “We should protect the middle class.”

Well, how?  Every political candidate in any debate for decades has said that, and yet the middle class has steadily dwindled over those same decades.  To me, this guide point is a meaningless, bandwagon mentality intended to sway people to an idea which they can’t even do themselves.  Notice the guide point not only says protect “people” but “nations”.  This implies something global in scope.  Having lived for over half-a-century, I would much rather have individual independent nations protecting their people, than a single global entity protecting nations.

One nation having a corrupt government and not protecting its people is a bad thing.  A world having a corrupt one-world government is all hell breaking loose.  Who does the world turn to for help when that happens?  Obviously, not itself.

  1. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.

We actually have a form of this now, but it doesn’t always stop war because powerful nations do not see it as binding.  It is idealistic, absolutely.  And it is something I would support, until the decision is enforceable to the point where a nation loses its sovereignty.  That’s a deeper subject that I won’t touch here.

  1. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.

This is similar to number 5 above. Petty here is in the eye of the beholder.  If you were to ask a member of ISIS about this, you would get a radically different answer than in the West.

  1. Balance personal rights with social duties.

How this is practiced currently differs even in general “isms” which exist in the political spectrum: Communism, Socialism, Capitalism, etc. Again. we have a similar problem to number 5: it’s another bandwagon-mentality statement with the devil in the details. The worst part of this is the number of very wealthy people who advocate this, but don’t follow it themselves. That alone should be a strong warning.

  1. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.

Who is the “infinite”? The choice of word here is driven by guide point number 4 (tempered reason).  Why not say seek harmony with God?  The word “infinite” is used because many people see God not as a person, but as an energy source that can be tapped into not unlike plugging a cord into an outlet.  And that’s very appealing to our selfish nature.

The new age teaches about the need of every human soul to line up (i.e. not conflict) with the forces of the universe, hence the inference of the “infinite” as an energy source. This belief is known as pantheism. The Bible teaches the opposite: that we are completely dependent on God and He is sovereign.  And there is one subtle nuance hidden in the reference “infinite” that is easy to overlook. Everyone of us, God and even Lucifer has a soul that is infinite, and we are not solely an energy source.  So infinite is very misleading and deceptive.

This goal of this guide point and guide point 3 (a new living language) is to empower the new Babel.  It’s not about lining up with God.  It’s the manifestation of the lie that the serpent told Eve in the garden of Eden.  The serpent told Eve that there were two things that God was trying to hide from her and Adam by telling them not to eat the apple.  First, they would not die, and second that they would have the knowledge of good and evil.  In other words, they would have some of God’s power.  Both are lies.

The infinite is a term Lucifer gives to man to lead him away from the one true God.  It is the core of a world view that sees man having full control over his destiny: a Luciferian doctrine and a poisoning of God’s original intent for the world.

  1. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.

This is very deceptive.  As God said in his word, we are to multiply and to subdue the Earth.  Even at 7 billion people on the earth, the amount of space humans take is negligible.  If every person in the world were to stand side by side, and line up in rows with 1 foot of space between them, the entire population of Earth would fit within the county limits of Jacksonville Florida.  Over 80% of the world’s population lives in cities, and only 20% live in rural areas.  Over 60% of the world’s population lives within a one-hour drive of a major body of water.  The other 40% live further away.  That’s a lot of open land.

There are plenty of protected nature reserves and parks over the Earth.  This is a good goal in guide post number 10, but it is so easily misconstrued to promote the agenda of radical environmentalists and others who worship idols (as in Mother Gaia).  It is also is a big part of the United Nations Agenda 21.  Read up on that if you are unfamiliar with it.


In conclusion, treat the Georgia Guidestones for what they are: another thing that is attempting to draw the world’s people away from the one true God, and instead lead everyone to worship humanity.  This is another artifact left by anonymous forces who are trying to establish the One World Government for their own sinister purposes.  This is a group of people who’s only moral compass is that they can do anything to anyone that they want, as long as they tell them first.

So remember to also treat the Georgia Guidestones with the same understanding as their creators did.   These guidestones are not a goal of wisdom.  They express the goals of a group of elitists, and are a clear warning to all of mankind.