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There are mysterious Guidestones that offer the world advice on how to maintain the human race!

On one of the highest hilltops in Elbert County, Georgia stands a huge granite monument. Engraved in eight different languages on the four giant stones that support the common capstone are 10 Guides, or commandments.

That monument is alternately referred to as The Georgia Guidestones, or the American Stonehenge. Though relatively unknown to most people, it is an important link to the Occult Hierarchy that dominates the world in which we live.

The origin of that strange monument is shrouded in mystery because no one knows the true identity of the man, or men, who commissioned it's construction.

A well-dressed, articulate stranger visited the office of the Elberton Granite Finishing Company and announced that he wanted to build an edifice to transmit a message to mankind. He identified himself as R. C. Christian, but it soon became apparent that was not his real name.

He said that he represented a group of men who wanted to offer direction to humanity, but to date, almost two decades later, no one knows who R. C. Christian really was, or the names of those he represented.


The inventor of Tickle Me Elmo was suspected by the FBI of being the Unabomber!

Long before Tickle Me Elmo cleared store shelves in a blink and prompted parents to offer hundreds of dollars to lucky buyers, he was just a red plush toy living with a former child genius who claims he once was a Unabomber suspect.

Mark Johnson-Williams, who taught himself advanced math before he hit puberty and began working his way through college at age 14 by picking up construction jobs created the voice of the season's hottest gift.

Johnson-Williams always has a few wires hanging from his briefcases on frequent flights to toy manufacturers in Asia. That may have attracted the attention of the FBI, he said.

FBI agents questioned him, neighbors and relatives over six months because Johnson-Williams supposedly fit the mold of the infamous bomber. The FBI suspected a man much like Johnson-Williams to be an Unabomber!


There's an ancient iron pillar in Delhi that doesn't rust!

The Delhi iron pillar is testimony to the high level of skill achieved by ancient Indian iron smiths in the extraction and processing of iron. The iron pillar at Delhi has attracted the attention of archaeologists and corrosion technologists as it has withstood corrosion for the last 1600 years.

The several theories which have been proposed to explain its superior corrosion resistance can be broadly classified into two categories: The environmental and the material theories.

Proponents of the environmental theories state that the mild climate of Delhi is responsible for the corrosion resistance of the Delhi iron pillar. It is known that the relative humidity at Delhi does not exceed 70% for significant periods of time in the year, which therefore results in very mild corrosion of the pillar.

Its inability to rust is what have caught everyone’s attention!


A popular fruit was banned in the US because it was a threat to the logging industry!

Strawberry? Grape? Raspberry? Black Currant? The average American child won't find this last flavor on their PB and J.

Not because of its offensive taste or lack of health benefits, but because black currants were banned in the United States in the early 1900's due to their potential threat to the logging industry.

Black currants are not resistant to the white pine blister rust disease, the fruit was banned in America until 1966 when the ban was finally lifted in New York. But as a result of this, the fruit was pretty much unknown in the US for the 20th century.

Some states, to this day, still do not allow this fruit to be grown, but in several Northeastern states, as well as Oregon, it is making a come back in the repertoire of flavors. And a bonus feature? The black currant is an excellent source of vitamin C.


15 Facts That Will Change How You See Candy

The Chocolate River in Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory was made from real chocolate, but it’s not as delicious as you may think!

Willy Wonka's chocolate factory may be every child's dream—unlimited amounts of candy and chocolate for your eating pleasure, magical workers and a hilarious guide in Willy Wonka himself.

However, some of the actors who actually got to take spend time in this place may have not felt so lucky.

While a lot of the set was made of actual food, it wasn't as appetizing as it appeared.

One of the most notable set pieces was the chocolate river that runs through the factory. This river was actually made of chocolate, water and cream.

While that sounds delicious, it actually spoiled quickly with the cream in it. When it spoiled, it smelled foul. Probably wasn't fun to shoot scenes with a horrible smell in the air!



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