There aren’t many paranormal presentations that blow me away – so my hat is off to Michael Tellinger who shared his explosive findings at the 2019 Contact in the Desert West event near Palm Springs, California.
The scientist, explorer, politician, and author wowed a packed hall with evidence he picked up in his back yard – in South Africa. All the archaeological evidence points to a shocking truth: an advanced race of aliens landed 300,000 years ago to mine gold before cloning themselves to bioengineer humans from proto-humans.
This missing page from human history was well-documented by the ancient Sumerians, as translated by the late Zecharia Sitchin. According to the numerous clay tablets the pre-Babylonian society left behind, the Annunaki came to Earth to hunt for gold. They found it in South Africa.
The vanished civilization occupied the southern tip of Africa and left behind more than 10 million interconnected stone ruins. These circular formations can be seen from the air. This is the largest cluster of stone ruins found anywhere on Earth to date.
The many well-preserved tools and artifacts indicate that the Annunaki had a deep understanding of sound and resonance, using these natural forces to power their tools and as an energy source.
Tellinger revealed what he and other researchers have confirmed:
“The Annunaki carved the first statue of Horus, 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 amongst millions of circular stone ruins, ancient channels, agricultural terraces and thousands of ancient mines, mysterious tools, and artifacts, left behind by the ANUNNAKI and a mysterious vanished civilization.”
None of these millions of walled stone circles in South Africa have any openings – no way in or out. This suggests they weren’t used for housing. According to Tellinger:
“These ruins are not dwellings, but energy generating devices, and are most likely the work of the Anunnaki and their gold mining activity in this part of the world.”
Exploring rocky plains and craggy outcroppings in the southern African expanses fascinated Tellinger from an early age. As he walked, he would pick up rocks of interest. They began to pile up.
There was something about some of these stones that didn’t seem completely normal, in geological terms. Others seemed to be hand-tooled – but that seemed impossible due to their ancient age. Tests on the South African rocks proved them to be 300,000 years old.
One day, Tellinger bent down to pick up yet another interesting, elongated, finger-like stone. After he straightened up to look at it more closely, he realized with a rush of adrenaline that it was part of a fossilized animal part, with meat and bone intact and preserved with incredible detail.
With that new perspective, his private rock collection took on new meaning. Tellinger realized that the South African areas where he roamed included vast boneyards!
The fossilized bones, he speculated, had been created in a matter of hours by a flood of biblical proportions that flashed through the region, washed almost everything away, and wiped out the inhabitants.
The receding floodwaters left a layer of mud behind. These mineral deposits combined with the forces of nature preserved the tools, chewed bones, and body parts of an enormous slaughtering operation.
In January 2019, Tellinger led the Stone Circle Research Expedition team. Participants made spectacular discoveries within the first two days. One stunning example was a fossilized heart about 3 times the size of a human heart that was found among the stone ruins in the mountains of Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
The researchers discovered many more fossilized body parts, some gigantic. (The Annunaki are reputed to have been very tall compared to humans, as depicted in some Egyptian wall art.)
Tellinger was a 1983 graduate from the University Of Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg and earned a degree in pharmacy. He was half of the performance duo “Stirling & Tellinger” which produced several South African musical hits.
In 1986, having moved to California, he was employed as a sound designer and editor in Los Angeles for Cannon Films where he wrote and recorded the controversial anti-apartheid song “We come from Johannesburg,” banned by the previous regime.
Tellinger has founded the Ubuntu Planet initiative, based on the African word Ubuntu which means “unity within community.” The One Small Town plan proposes a way to achieve Ubuntu where you live, no matter where that is:
“The Ubuntu Movement has a simple plan to turn our small towns into places of abundance and prosperity for all the people, where there are no hurdles to progress or restrictions on personal growth of the people.”
Our alien ancestors would be proud of us if we could evolve to the point of throwing off the shackles of our modern-day gold-mongering corporate overlords through cooperative enterprise — wouldn’t you agree?