Part of a controversial, granite roadside attraction in northeast Georgia is in pieces on the ground, and authorities say it appears to have been caused by a bomb.
The Guidestones, which were erected in 1980, have a 10-part message written on them in eight languages. One part of the message calls for a depopulation of the world to just 500 million or below.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation is on the scene, and have indicated that the explosion was heard at approximately 4 a.m., and the monument was "significantly damaged." They also noted the monument had been vandalized in the past.
SOURCE: WJBF News JULY 6, 2022
Lets all thank God.