In case it's not clear, the "RC" likely stands for 'Rosicrucian'. I do give the Rosicrucians credit, at least, for having a realistic view of Christianity as an evolutionary death cult. It is one of only a handful of ways that Jesus' philosophy actually works. And since the alternatives are things like flat-eartherism and Christians-in-space a la the movie 'Prometheus', it doesn't actually fare too badly. Still ridiculous, of course, but not horrible, relatively speaking.
Geronimo personified the raid/revenge warfare that persisted between natives (forced onto reservations) and European settlers well into the late 1800s, and which provided justification for formation of the Texas Rangers. These raids were especially prevelant across the Oklahoma and Texas border, the Red River, where natives forced into the "badlands" of Oklahoma would periodically raid their former holdings in north Texas.
The most interesting feature of the monument is the commandment to "maintain humanity under 500,000,000". Even in 1980, world population was nine-times this amount.
It is notable that Bitcoin, as left to us by Satoshi, according to his hand-picked successor Gavin, is capable of scaling to support approximately this number of people (eventually) given future hardware technological advances. No publicly-available estimate or proposal uses this number (500 million) exactly, but assuming 512 bytes per transaction and three transactions per individual per day, the blocksize would be around 5 gigabytes. At least one of Gavin's proposals (which used slightly different parameters) maxed out at 4 gigabyte blocks. So, it is in the same neighborhood.
Regardless, almost everyone agrees that Bitcoin is not capable of scaling to support 7 billion people as an "electronic cash," on-chain. And that begs the question "Is the creation of Bitcoin related to the roadmap laid out in the Georgia Guidestones?" There are several connections here, to consider, when answering that.
In September of 2014, around the time of my trip to Pitcairn, the Guidestones were defaced with the phrase "I Am Isis, goddess of love". It must be a strange type of love, I think, since Isis is also the goddess of brainwashing and mind-control, which I will demonstrate in the section on 'The Cult of Assets'.
Since my return from Pitcairn, I seem to have picked up a tail of some kind of Rosicrucian gang. That's not entirely confirmed, but I have seen evidence of this.
In Simulacra and Simulation, Baudrillard referred to the exhibition of Ramses II as the "rosy-colored resurrection". This was not explained further. Perhaps a reference to Rosicrucianism?
Last Updated on 01/10/17