(BLP) – Perhaps anti-globalism is on the rise? The famous (or infamous depending on the crowd) Georgian monument known as the “Georgia Guidestones” became a piece of history itself after it was at least partially destroyed in a bombing Wednesday.

The stones, sometimes referred to as “American Stonehenge,” are believed by many to be satanic in origin. Many of the trends called for in the Guidestones’ writings have been criticized, especially its call for the world population to be kept at 500 million or below.

An explosive device went off around 4 a.m. near the Georgia Guidestones, a site about 7 miles north of Elberton, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.

The Elbert County Sheriff’s Office apparently responded to the scene to discover a large portion of the monument was obliterated.

The 19-foot-high Georgia Guidestones were erected in 1980 and have been a source of curiosity ever since, The New York Post reported. The creator of the stones is unknown, potentially being an individual or group going under the name “R.C. Christian.”

Former Georgia gubernatorial Republican candidate Kandiss Taylor called the Guidestones satanic and made and promised to demolish them as a part of her campaign platform.

I am the ONLY candidate bold enough to stand up to the Luciferian Cabal,” Taylor said back in May. “Elect me Governor of Georgia, and I will bring the Satanic Regime to its knees— and DEMOLISH the Georgia Guidestones.”

“God is God all by Himself. He can do ANYTHING He wants to do. That includes striking down Satanic Guidestones,” the gubenatoral candidate posted a few hours after the bombing.

“Over the years, the Guidestones have created lots of discussion and brought visitors to Elbert County from all over the world,” the Elbert Chamber of Commerce posted online. “Whatever your personal opinion on the Guidestones is, this attack is bad for our community. We hope that whomever is responsible is apprehended and brought to justice.”

The attack remains under investigation.

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