Who Am I?
My name is Michael Tellinger, I am the Author of three books called Slave Species of god; Adam’s Calendar and Temples Of The African Gods. You can see many more pictures and information on my website www.michaeltellinger.com
My research into the origins of humankind has lead me to some starling discoveries about who we really are as a species and the discovery of the vast vanished civilisations of southern Africa. The earliest humans, their tools, artefacts and activity. These stone circle settlements, terraces and stone ruins cover most of southern Africa an area larger than Texas.
Scholars have told us that the first civilisation on Earth emerged in a land called Sumer some 6000 years ago. My discoveries show that the Sumerians and even the Egyptians inherited all their knowledge from an earlier civilisation that lived at the southern tip of Africa more than 200,000 years ago… mining gold.
These were also the people who carved the first Horus bird, the first Sphinx, built the first pyramids and built an accurate stone calendar right in the heart of it all. Adam’s Calendar is the flagship among millions of circular stone ruins, ancient roads, agricultural terraces and thousands of ancient mines, left behind by a vanished civilisation which we now call the FIRST PEOPLE.
They carved detailed images into the hardest rock, worshiped the sun, and were the first to carve an image of the Egyptian Ankh – key of life and universal knowledge, 200,000 years before the Egyptians came to light.
According to Sanusi Shaman, Credo Mutwa, Adam’s Calendar is where “heaven mated with Mother Earth” and is our ancestral link to the “people of the sky”. The calendar is a sacred site among African elders who believe that this is where humanity was ‘created’ by the gods.
My research not only supports much of the great work by the late Zacheria Sitchin, but my scientific measurements reveal that this vanished civilisation had an advanced knowledge of the laws of nature and the generation of free energy from Mother Earth for all their needs. They used the power of sound and frequency as a source of energy, which is supported by some of the mysterious structures, stone tools and artefacts on display in the Stone Circle Museum. The latest discovery is a spectacular metal sword of Moorish or middle Eastern origin, showing the real presence of gold miners from that part of the world between 1000 – 3000 years ago.
Stone Circle Museum
The Stone Circle Museum in Waterval Boven, South Africa, was established in 2008 by myself. It is filled with hundreds of priceless tools, artefacts and photographs that link us to our true human origins at the southern tip of Africa. This humble museum has become a stopover for enlightened travellers from Johannesburg to the Kruger Park. It is located in the heart of what is now recognised by many to be the oldest human settlement on Earth - dating back to around 280,000 years - linking humanity to a vast vanished civilisation of over 10 million circular stone structures. The flagship ruin among them is called Adam's Calendar - the museum has many photographs outlining the research around the calendar. This is a sacred site among African elders who believe that this is where humanity was created by the gods. They call it Inzalo Y'langa - Birthplace Of The Sun. The artefacts and tools were assembled by myself since 2007 and also donated by many people in the area who have found such items on their farms.
Please help me save the Museum
Since 2007, I have been doing all the research with my own funding which included establishing the humble museum and a stopover for enlightened travellers, hungry for more tangible evidence of our human origins. I funded all this activity with the income from the sales of my books that were also originally self funded, and some additional income from the many presentations I have been giving around the world.
Unfortunately I can no longer continue to use all my income to support the museum while I do more research, and continue writing books about it. I do need help to keep this alive and growing on its own steam. Unless I receive some support funding in the next 40 days, the property will have to be sold and the museum and information centre will be lost. This would be a great tragedy and deprive people from experiencing a truly life-changing journey into ancient human history and seeing the physical evidence for themselves.
It is critical that the museum not only survives this short crisis, but continues to grow with more incredible artefacts and breakthrough research. This venue is also the home of all the research that has been done and a meeting place of great minds that break down dogma and make great new discoveries.
Over the past four years I have had the pleasure of hosting great researchers and authors like: Klaus Dona; Graham Hancock; Andrew Collins; Carmen Boulter; Kerry Cassidy; Alfred Lambremont Webre; Laura Eisenhower; Konstantin Pavlidis; William Brown; Claire Janisch; Antoine Gigal, Hugh Newman, David Hudson and many other great scholars and researchers.
The latest electronic measurements at Adam’s Calendar clearly show incredibly strong inexplicable energy fields that create a double toroid vortex that we see during the formation of galaxies. This is a spectacular breakthrough and needs much more research.
Some of the planned future research and archaeological digs are as follows:
1) More scientific and electronic measurements of sound frequencies, electromagnetic fields and other energy activity in the ruins and Adam’s Calendar
2) Archaeological dig at Adams’s Calendar – what we believe to be a grave of an ancient king linking us to the pre-Sumerian dynasty some 12,000 years ago. Dumuzi’s grave.
3) Finding ancient gold mining tunnels – with tools artefacts and remains of the earliest humans. We are at an advanced stage in this area.
4) Geological patina growth studies – the brownish skin that grows on the stones – to establish an accurate age of the tools and artefacts.
5) SASER technology experiments to show that the cone shaped tools and the sacred stones with the holes can convert frequency and focus it into sound laser beams.
6) Harnessing the very high energy emitted by the stone circles for the use of energy today.
7) Reconstructing and re-activating some of the stone circles that resemble giant magnetrons, for the generation of unimaginable amounts of free energy – which is what they were used for by the ancients.
8) Excavating the pyramidal structures linked to Adam’s Calendar.
This fund raising exercise is only for the rescue and upgrading of the museum and the venue so that it can continue as a self sustained centre of information and meeting place of likeminded people. We have 2 volunteers at present that are involved in managing and maintaining it – we expect and additional 2-5 volunteers in the next 6-12 months to boost the support on the ground and continue with upgrades and improvements. I will be placing new fundraising posts in future for the various activities mentioned above.
We are on the verge of the most incredible breakthrough in free energy – and the stone circles are the key to us understanding how simple it really is. I believe that Nikola Tesla used the same kind of methods and technology to create his free energy devices.
What we need & What you get
We need $120,000 for the following:
1) Saving the museum and information centre from having to be sold;
2) Upgrading the museum and venue so that it can continue to operate as a self sustainable venue run by a group of dedicated volunteers;
3) Installation of new secure display cabinets and lights.
4) Proper cataloguing of all artefacts and displaying many more that are still under wraps.
5) Installation of solar power and energy to avoid being affected by power cuts and to be independent of exorbitant monthly electricity bills.
6) Upgrading the living quarters for the volunteers and back packers
7) Creating and installing new dynamic signage and billboards on the highway and roads to the museum.
Our volunteers are from South Africa; USA; UK; Sweden; Holland and other countries. They do not get paid, but rather share whatever funds are left after the cost and expense of running the museum venue have been paid every month.
What will the funding achieve?
The funding will secure the continued successful future of the museum and the sharing of incredible research on a visible and tangible platform. Over the past 4 years we have had visitors from over 30 countries to the museum which inevitably result in tours to the ruins in the mountains around the museum and Adam’s Calendar. The funding will allow us to continue to attract more people from all over the world and make the museum and information centre a growing success on its own steam.
This will allow me to do more research and write more books which will attract more people to the museum and allow it to become a great success.
What if I don’t reach my target funding?
At this stage the volunteers and I are committed to do what we can to make it work. We do believe that even with partial funding, and as long as we can keep the bank happy for the next 4-6 months, we can grow it slowly and organically until it is self sustained because of our very low costs. We will use the partial funding in the most effective ways to ensure sustainability and growth on our own steam with the volunteers and do what is most crucial to generate income from the museum and info centre.
There is about 50% unemployment in Waterval Boven. Our survival and continued success will have a huge impact on the local small town community. The tourists bring much relief to many of the artists and traders who benefit from the flow of people through the museum and our town. The numbers of tourists have been growing steadily over the past 4 years and will grow even more with improved museum and facilities.
Unfortunately I did not have the benefit of volunteers at the start and had to pay a number of people who let me down to maintain the venue. The volunteers bring a whole new dynamic to the venue and introduce a feeling of community doing it for themselves.
We also plan to start up a whole new Ubuntu community centre attached to the museum allowing artists, sculptors and other crafts to be displayed – teach people a variety of skills of growing food and sustainability while developing a culture of a united community growing in abundance together. This will be combined with a community kitchen to feed the orphans, unemployed and the aged who are really suffering under current conditions. These initiatives will be outlined in much more detail in our future fundraising initiatives.
Other Ways You Can Help
If you cannot help us financially, there are many other ways you can contribute.
- Please use the Indiegogo share tools to spread this information to those who may want to contribute.
- If you have any skills or ability that may be of use to us at a distance, to help with research like geological analysis; IT skills; social network skills; etc, please let us know .
- Otherwise please just get the word out and make some noise about our campaign.
Thanks so much for looking at our campaign I hope to see you at the ruins sometime soon.
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