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Wyatt C. Martin

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Granite City Bank

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Georgia Guidestones | New Georgia Encyclopedia

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Christian also informed Wyatt C. Martin, president of Granite City Bank, of his hope that other conservation-minded groups in the country would later erect even more stones to form an outer ring around the central structure.
He told Martin that he wanted the monument to be erected in a rural area, away from crowds and tourists. Christian and Martin selected a five-acre plot in the middle of a cow pasture, approximately seven miles north of Elberton and eight miles south of Hartwell, with a commanding view to the east and the west, on which to build the monument.


www.jonchristianryter.com

The deal was transacted by Wyatt Martin, the President of the Granite City Bank in Elberton, Georgia.


The American Stonehenge, or a Layout for Global Control? | The Truth Syndicate

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Wyatt C. Martin, President of the Granite City Bank, was selected by "Mr.
Christian" to be the intermediary for the mysterious project. According to Martin, the man showed up at his office 30 minutes later, explained the project, and said after completion he hoped other conservation-minded groups would erect even more stones in an outer ring and carry the monuments message in more languages. He told Martin that he wanted the monument erected in a remote area away from the main tourist centers. Martin persuaded the mystery man that Elbert County was the ideal location for the memorial; and he agreed, provided a suitable location could be found. He returned later and he and Martin inspected sites. A few weeks later , Martin contacted Joe Findley and told him that funds for the project were in an escrow account and to start work immediately. Martin promised that when the project was completed, he would deliver his file on the affair to the anonymous sponsors and that the secret would never be known. He said "Christian" told him that the sponsors had planned the monument for years and that the ten "guides" for the conservation of mankind and the earth were carefully worded as a moralistic appeal to all peoples of nationality, religion, or politics.


The American Stonehenge, or a Layout for Global Control? | The Truth Syndicate

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Wyatt C. Martin, President of the Granite City Bank, was selected by "Mr.
Christian" to be the intermediary for the mysterious project. According to Martin, the man showed up at his office 30 minutes later, explained the project, and said after completion he hoped other conservation-minded groups would erect even more stones in an outer ring and carry the monuments message in more languages. He told Martin that he wanted the monument erected in a remote area away from the main tourist centers. The gentleman also said that Georgia was selected because of the availability of excellent granite, generally mild climate, and the fact that his great-grandmother was a native Georgian. Elbert County Chosen Martin persuaded the mystery man that Elbert County was the ideal location for the memorial; and he agreed, provided a suitable location could be found. He returned later and he and Martin inspected sites. A few weeks later , Martin contacted Joe Findley and told him that funds for the project were in an escrow account and to start work immediately. Martin promised that when the project was completed, he would deliver his file on the affair to the anonymous sponsors and that the secret would never be known. He said "Christian" told him that the sponsors had planned the monument for years and that the ten "guides" for the conservation of mankind and the earth were carefully worded as a moralistic appeal to all peoples of nationality, religion, or politics.


THE MYSTERY STONES IN GEORGIA

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The stranger explained to Wyatt C. Martin, president of Granite City Bank, that he chose "Christian" because he was a Christian.
Martin -- who is now elderly and living in south Georgia -- knew Christian's actual name (legally, that was unavoidable), but signed a confidentiality agreement "for perpetuity" and even kept the man's name from his personal secretary, divulging it to no one. Not even Martin knew the group behind Christian, who flew in from various airports and wired money for the project from different banks to shield his identity. Martin believes that "Christian" died around the time of 9/11, when Martin estimates he would have been in his eighties. Martin showed a reporter for Wired Magazine a box of documents pertaining to the project but steadfastly refused to open it. In fact, the documents were supposed to have been destroyed after completion of the project. "He made it clear that he was very serious about secrecy," said Martin. Martin added that Christian "never would tell me a thing about the group he belonged to."


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