Known as the oldest arrangement of standing stones in the world, Adam’s Calendar was discovered in 2003 by a pilot while flying over Kaapschehoop in South Africa. The unusual arrangement of large stones beckoned the pilot to return the next day to explore on the ground. Further research determined that these are not your average monoliths—but evidence of an advanced prehistoric civilization that knew how to generate sound energy with these stones.
That pilot was Johan Heine, who teamed up with astronomer Bill Hollenbach, and together they identified a number of astronomical alignments, which shows that this was an ancient calendar aligned with the movements of the Sun, solstices, and equinoxes.
This “African Stonehenge” has, for the first time, created a link to the countless other stone ruins in southern Africa, suggesting these ruins may be much older than originally thought.
South African researcher Michael Tellinger estimates that there are more than 100,000 ancient stone ruins, or “stone circles,” scattered across South Africa. Adam’s Calendar, also known as Enki’s Calendar, is the most famous of them all.
The stones of Adam’s Calendar were estimated by some accounts to be more than 75,000 years old. However, further calculation in 2009 has re-estimated it to 160,000 years old.
The reason why the stone arrangement is referred to as a calendar is that the stones are positioned in a way that tracks the movement of the Sun. As the Sun moves, so does the shadow that the Sun casts onto the rocks.
One particularly interesting find is the sound frequencies detected in the stones, which are caused by a special interrelation between the specific arrangement of the stones and the Earth underneath. In fact, as the frequencies reach the surface within the circle of the stone formation, they have been detected to form into shapes akin to flowers of sacred geometry.
What’s more, GPS signals are lost inside the circle. In a YouTube video, Tellinger says, “you take a step in, and it’s gone.” If you take a step outside, the GPS will work again. This is apparently caused by the strong electromagnetic field and sound frequencies generated by Adam’s Calendar.
“This is just one of the simple electronic observations that first raised my suspicion that the site was an energy generating device—pretty much like all other ancient megalithic sites,” stated Tellinger.
“These stone structures have no doors and entrances and they all generate astonishing amounts of sound energy and EM fields that simply boggle the mind. They are all energy generating devices that use the knowledge of the laws of nature and cymatics, resonance and frequency to achieve this. We are dealing with ancient advanced technology that we are only now beginning to comprehend,” said Tellinger.
The stones of Adam’s calendar weigh up to 5 tons (approx. 4,535 kg) each and were transported from a distant location, certainly not somewhere nearby. Interestingly, the surrounding area is very rich in gold.
“When Johan first introduced me to the ancient stone ruins of southern Africa, I had no idea of the incredible discoveries we would make in the year or two that followed. The photographs, artifacts and evidence we have accumulated points unquestionably to a lost and never-before-seen civilization that predates all others—not by just a few hundred years, or a few thousand years… but many thousands of years.
“These discoveries are so staggering that they will not be easily digested by the mainstream historical and archaeological fraternity, as we have already experienced. It will require a complete paradigm shift in how we view our human history,” said Tellinger.
So, who created these stone formations? Whoever these people were, they had a certain degree of acoustic and astronomical knowledge.
The findings of these monoliths also coincide with numerous other findings of prehistoric civilizations across the planet, all of which far predate our current civilization.
These prehistoric civilizations challenge scientists and historians to rethink human history. As humankind continues to rediscover itself, and more of these findings emerge, we may find even our history books will undergo changes.