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'America's Stonehenge' attracts visitors — and vandals — from across the globe, but the identity of the man who commissioned the monument remains a secret.
On a Friday afternoon in June 1979, a well-dressed man with a Midwestern accent walked into the Elbert Granite Finishing Company in Elberton, Ga., and commissioned a monument "to the conservation of mankind."
The man identified himself only by the pseudonym Robert C. Christian and said he represented a "small group of loyal Americans who believe in God" who wanted to leave message.
Shrouded in mystery, the hulking granite slabs are engraved in eight languages — English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese and Russian — that relay 10 principles for "an Age of Reason." Here's what is written there:
Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
Unite humanity with a living new language.
Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
Let all nations rule internally, resolving external disputes in a world court.
Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
Balance personal rights with social duties.
Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
Calgary’s indie/folk duo Georgia Sound announces their return to the music scene with the release of their single ‘Love Can Change’ to be followed up by their first full-length album in mid-October. Georgia Sound, also known as Ryan Roy and Shannon Magee, are the Calgary based duo that have been stirring things up in the music industry since a chance meeting at a local open-mic night in 2011.
Almost immediately after, they began crafting songs and arrangements, releasing their debut five song EP ‘One Way Path’. Those five magical songs won the hearts of Calgarian’s and music enthusiasts alike quickly becoming one of the city’s most anticipated new artists. The two have been working tirelessly for the past year, self-financing their album but refusing to compromise on the quality. Both have taken on part-time jobs in addition to their full time ones, all while still finding time to perform and record exactly what they want to deliver, an exceptional album.
The album (of the same name) is a representation of the precision and detail oriented sounds of classically trained musician (Magee), blended with just the right amount of edge from self-taught guitarist Roy. On the technical side of things, they enlisted the help of former Los Angeles based producer Steve Dierkens and his team of professional musicians at Studio D (in Calgary). It is polished, passionate and evidence that Roy and Magee are fully committed to their musical career and are more than ready to take it to the next level.
For the release of the single ‘Love Can Change’ the duo has partnered up with local music start-up Muzooka.
The lovely Maggie Bridges won the coveted title of Miss Georgia last June and went on to compete at the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, NJ in September 2014.
Throughout her reign as Miss Georgia, Maggie has been committed to her personal platform of “Impacting Others Through Volunteerism” statewide. Maggie has given over 800 hours of volunteer service to a wide variety of worthwhile causes. She is also a Team Developer for the Hands On Network, a national organization headquartered in Atlanta, which connects people to volunteer opportunities in their communities. Maggie uses her speaking engagements, media interviews and personal appearances as Miss Georgia encouraging others to volunteer. She is also a statewide ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Miss America Organization’s national charitable partner.
A scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology, at the conclusion of her year of service as Miss Georgia, she will complete her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a minor in Information Technology. Maggie then plans to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and open her own pharmacy.
Maggie is a popular vocalist who enjoys performing at events and in churches throughout the state. A personal highlight was singing the National Anthem at Turner Field before an Atlanta Braves game.
For more information about the Miss Georgia Scholarship Pageant, visit www.missga.org
Between WWE's WrestleMania and Anarchy Wrestling's Hardcore Hell, Georgia wrestling fans have plenty to talk about about this week. And Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams, new Anarchy Wrestling Heavyweight Champion (and still New Generation Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion) The Jagged Edge and Anarchy color commentator John "The Body" Johnson discuss all that and more on this week's Georgia Wrestling Now. This week's guest is currently known as Knux, the leader of The Menagerie and a former member of Aces & Eights in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Before that, however, Mike Knox got his WWE start at Georgia's Deep South Wrestling, where he was a Tag Team Champion before making his debut with the resurrected Extreme Championship Wrestling. Knox went on to compete on Raw, SmackDown even WrestleMania. He returns to Georgia in April to be part of Southern Fried Championship Wrestling's event in Barnesville on April 11 and NGPW's Sunday Night Slam in Reynolds on April 12, but first he talks to GWN!
Following an exciting weekend in Georgia wrestling, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams, New Generation Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion The Jagged Edge and Anarchy Wrestling commentator John "The Body" Johnson have a lot to discuss on this week's Georgia Wrestling Now. Southern Fried Championship Wrestling Commissioner Justin Legend has asked for a few minutes of our time to discuss SFCW's Extreme Measures event in Royston on March 21 and other upcoming events in Monroe and Barnesville. Then we talk to one of the most feared figures on the Georgia scene as the "No Pain Train" Iceberg joins us to talk about upcoming matches at Peachstate Wrestling Alliance, SFCW, Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment and elsewhere. We also discuss recent and upcoming events at Universal Independent Wrestling, Deep Southern Championship Wrestling and more. Listen live every Monday at 7 p.m. EST.
Anarchy Wrestling's Hardcore Hell is one of Georgia wrestling's most anticipated annual events and this year's event is no different. One of the matches that is likely to stand out amidst the numerous title bouts and other key match-ups is the best two out of three falls match to conclude the best of five series between Fred Yehi and Slim J. On this week's Georgia Wrestling Now, Wrestling with Pop Culture's Jonathan Williams and New Generation Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion The Jagged Edge talk to Yehi about his rivalry with Slim and his upcoming matches for Classic Pro Wrestling and Passion of Wrestling. We also hear from former Anarchy commentator Tim E. D about his new pro wrestling podcast venture, and we discuss upcoming events at Deep Southern Championship Wrestling, NWA Atlanta and WWE's WrestleMania, with additional commentary from Georgia Wrestling History's Larry Goodman.
Across the state of Georgia, every race to the Georgia State House and the Georgia State Senate were being watched intensely. With Republicans controlling the State House and the State Senate, Democrats were trying to gain seats while Republicans were trying to maintain them. Who were the candidates and how did they fair in the big scheme of things? Who won? What were the platforms? What were the ideas to make Georgia better? What is their take on the elections of 2014 and how will it impact the 2015 legislative session? Who will return to the campaign trail in 2016? Let's hear it straight from the candidates themselves!