“A stone calendar that is apparently older than 75 000 years has been discovered in Mpumalanga. Adam’s Calendar - as it has been named by the two South Africans who discovered the find - is reportedly the oldest man-made structure on Earth…Heine, who is a firefighting pilot, discovered the circular structure of stones, which lies at the tip of a mountain in Mpumalanga, when he was searching for a colleague’s plane, which went down near the site in 2003. Immediately he noticed strange-looking stone monoliths which looked out of place in the area.
Heine invited Tellinger, a maverick scientist who caused controversy with his latest book, Slave Species of God, to study the monoliths.
Tellinger believes that the site ties up with an era when human beings first started painting in caves and started their migration into Europe and Asia from Africa between 60 000 and 70 000 years ago.
“We have evidence of early human consciousness through cave paintings, but what about their lives” Tellinger asked. “This has been overlooked by historians, and we believe that stone structures which lie all across Southern Africa are the earliest human structures ever made.”
Tellinger said that once the world begins to hear of Adam’s Calendar, SA could become the new Egypt, where archaeologists and astrologers will come to do research into a whole new period of human development. He said they dated the rocks in several ways to come to the conclusion the stones were moved there 75 000 years ago.
“The most conclusive is the geology report, which proves without doubt that the rocks were both moved there from a few kilometers away and were worked with human hands.”
The monoliths are dolomite while the bedrock is black reef cordite, said Tellinger. “There are also clear grooves, which someone has obviously carved onto the rock.”
Heine and Tellinger found that the monoliths were placed into exact geometrical alignments and lined up exactly with north, south, east and west…based on the rise of Orion and suggested an age of at least 75,000 years. This is the reason why we used this age on the cover of our book – Adam’s Calendar. The most recent calculation in June 2009 suggests an age of at least 160,000 years, also based on the rise of Orion, flat on the horizon.
The Sumerian tablets tell us that this was
a special place of observation built by ENKI in the deep ABZU
(South Africa) around 260,000 years ago.
Before the ADAMU was created.”
Read More: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sumer_anunnaki/esp_sumer_annunaki34.htm
So TRUE and so SAD that we are condemned to follow this path. We can’t MAKE anyone understand what they don’t want to see and UNFORTUNATELY it is those people in power who can’t wrap their small little minds around this.
Support Zimbabwe’s Bantu Rovers: the club with style and a social conscience.
The Bantu Rovers, a club based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, made the long trip to the United States last week. Their U-19 squad has been competing alongside the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain’s youth clubs in the prestigious Dallas Cup, the United States’s oldest international youth soccer tournament. While Bantu are the first Zimbabwean team to ever compete in the tournament, they’re unique for a different reason. Not to focus on clichés, but they really are more than a club. You see, they have an active social mission to help surrounding communities prevent the spread of HIV, which still plagues sub-Saharan Africa.
Alright, here’s how the club is set up:
- The Bantu Rovers are closely tied to Grassroot Soccer (GRS), an international NGO that uses the power of soccer to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS in Africa by empowering young people with the skills and knowledge to make life saving decisions.
- Bantu’s founder and president is Methembe Ndlovu, one of the founders of GRS. Ndlovu, a native of Bulawayo, attended Dartmouth College in the U.S., played for Highlanders FC (a top Zimbabwean pro team) and went on to captain the Zimbabwean Men’s National Team.
- Ndlovu currently directs all of GRS’s programs in Zimbabwe.
- “Our players are role models in their communities; the younger kids look up to them,” said Ndlovu. “We have decided to leverage that by using the language of soccer to break down barriers, build trust, and educate young people to adopt healthy behaviors.”
- To accomplish this mission, Bantu players serve as GRS Coaches, HIV educators that implement the GRS curriculum to young people.
The club wanted to show that the beautiful game is flourishing in Zimbabwe, and that soccer can be an unbelievably powerful tool for transforming lives. That’s exactly what this young side have proved over the last few days. The group stage of the tournament is over, and the Bantu youngsters have been scoring freely. With two wins and nine goals (including this beautiful volley), Bantu progressed to the quarterfinals, where they will face CZ elite, one of the best clubs in Southern California.
It’s hard to stay objective when Bantu are enjoying themselves on the pitch and doing so much for their community. So if you need a Zimbabwean club to support, join us in supporting the Rovers!