The Georgia Guidestones were unveiled before a crowd of 400 people on March 22, 1980. The man who commissioned the raising of the stones went by the psuedonym "R.C. CHRISTIAN". This name is enscribed on the stones. The 10 precepts on the guidestones are repeated in 12 different languages: English, Russian, Hebrew, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Spanish, Swahili, Sanskrit, Babylonian cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphics and classical Greek. The four main stones are topped by a capstone with an astronomical calendar. A center stone has an eye-level, oblique hole drilled through which the North Star is always visible. The stones weigh 119 tons. The site allegedly rests on a "power nexus" and many groups including Wiccans, Witches, Druids, Ceremonial Magicians, Native Americans, Christians, and Neo-Pagans use it for rituals.