The 10th Rule of the Georgia Guidestones

I have spoken about the Georgia Guidestones on this site before as part of my Agenda 21 Is About Blaming Humanity For Archon-Created Problems. However, I want to focus solely on the 10th rule:

“Be not a cancer on the Earth. Leave room for nature – Leave room for nature.”

I found this last rule rather interesting, even more than the first rule which was to:

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

Here is where my inquisitive nature comes in. Why would the Global Elite care about nature when all they do is destroy it in order to keep themselves wealthy? In addition to that, why would the archons that control them, care about leaving room for nature? I’m sure there are a number of guesses as to why the 10th rule became notable (they even repeated themselves in this rule), but I am going to express why I believe this rule to be included.

At some point in time (I’m going to guess around 2020), the Earth will split. Now I don’t mean literally split as in there will be two planet Earths. I mean that there will be one group of people vibrating on a high level and another vibrating on a low level. This will be the split between the Machine Kingdom and nature. Those vibrating on the high level will evolve naturally without technology while those vibrating on the low level will move towards the Machine Kingdom where their every technological thirst will be satisfied.

The Global Elite and the archons that control them know that there will be those who will refuse to be a part of the technological Machine Kingdom and they will not waste their time on trying to lure them in.  According to the Law of Free Will and the Law of Non-Interference, whatever choice that any human makes, no force can deviate them from making that choice.

Now there are some that may ask: “Mikey, if the Elite and their archon masters keep destroying nature, how can those who don’t choose the Machine Kingdom live in nature if there is no nature to live in?” Well this is the beauty of Mother Earth. She is self-sustaining. No matter what happens to her, she always will find a way to right whatever wrong was done to her (This is where humanity must really pay attention because it will be a difference between their evolution or their extinction). Earth has seen it all: hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, wildfires, typhoons, and humanity. Through it all, Mother Earth has always come out on top and due to that, nature always replenishes. In addition, things in nature vibrate on a higher level then things that were created out of dead nature. This is why it’s a whole lot better to eat natural, organic foods rather than eating meat and processed foods.

So in my opinion, I look at the 10th rule on the Georgia Guidestones as being an admittance of defeat from the Elite and the archons that they cannot compete with Mother Earth and nature and instead will follow a “live and let live” type of agreement.

However, I also have reason to believe that it is also be used as a teaser for those in the Machine Kingdom as well. As time marches on, the people in the Machine Kingdom will be able to see nature and those who are living in harmony with it, developing their multidimensional capabilities. They may get that feeling like they made the wrong choice, but then it would be too late to do anything about it. It’s almost like making those in hell watch the ones in heaven enjoying themselves while they burn in a fiery torment. Of course I mean in a figurative sense, since I have already stated that Hell is a Fiction. But to give you an idea of the point that I’m trying to drive home, here is a clip from “Two and a Half Men” stating my point. (In order to help you avoid watching the whole clip, my point starts at 0:33 and ends at 1:22):

So, in conclusion, rule #10 of the Georgia Guidestones seems to be a white flag to the ones who vibrate in harmony with Mother Earth and nature itself, while being a form of torture for those who vibrate with the Machine Kingdom. One reference that is absolutely priceless that goes deeper into the rabbit hole on this topic is Wes Penre. He has four levels of learning talking about the Machine Kingdom and evolving without technology. Highly recommended! It will also be discussed more in my upcoming book “The Archonicles” which is set for an international release on 7/7/2014.

So which will you choose? Technology or nature?


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