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Adam's Calendar


Stone Circle Ruins Research Project

We plan to conduct some scientific research in South Africa at Adam’s Calendar site, which is a series of stones believed to be the oldest man-made structure on Earth. Known as the “African Stonehenge”, it predates both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza by tens of thousands of years. It is a standing stone circle about 30 meters in diameter found in Mpumalanga, South Africa, which was declared a heritage pilgrimage site by His Majesty King Tchiffi Zie Jean-Gervais. The surrounding area has thousands of stone circle ruins as well.

In addition to researching all different frequencies, we will study some that have acoustic properties, made by the earth inside the circles which conduct electricity. These sound frequencies of the earth under the stones are shaped as flowers of sacred geometry as they surface to the ground.

What was the purpose of these energies? Maybe they were pointed towards the sky. Perhaps they were used in opposite directions towards the ground to melt the underground gold powder and combine it into larger pieces to facilitate gold mining. 

What purpose did these energies serve? For what purpose were they used? What frequency did they emit? What modulations did they use? What causes the satellite GPS signal to be distorted at Adam’s Calendar? From what source is the distortion originating? Hopefully, we’ll find answers to some of these questions, or at least come closer to answering them.


Adam’s Calendar is located in Mpumalanga, South Africa.

Stone Circle Ruins.


  • 3D Lidar scanner: To scan exact shape and positions of stones at Adam’s Calendar place and some stone circle places for further analysis.
  • Spectrum analyzer up to 3.2 GHz: To triangulate and analyze signals interfering with GPS positioning satellites in frequencies between L1 (42 MHz) and L5 (1176.45 MHz) at Adam’s Calendar place
  • High-performance signal analyzer up to 50 GHz (to 325 GHz and beyond with external mixer) with real-time spectrum analyzer capabilities: To pinpoint and analyze any signal / energy emitting from Adam’s Calendar place or from stone circle places
  • Thermal Infrared Camera: To capture thermal image showing temperature variation over whole IR spectrum.

    NIR 0.75 µm-1.1 µm near IR
    SWIR 1.1 µm – 1.7 μm short-wavelength IR
    MWIR 3 µm – 5 µm mid-wavelength IR
    LWIR 7.5 μm – 13.5 μm long-wavelength IR


For the project, we plan to travel to Mpumalanga, South Africa around November 2024 for about 2 weeks. When we confirm our bookings, we will provide you with an exact timeline for the project.

Adam’s Calendar: Oldest Megalithic Site in the World?

Adam’s Calendar is suggested to be the oldest man-made structure in the world.  Sometimes referred to as “African Stonehenge”, it predates both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza by tens of thousands of years.  Located in Mpumalanga, South Africa it is a standing stone circle about 30 meters in diameter and has been estimated by some accounts to be more than 75,000 years old. Various astronomical alignments have been identified at the site and it is possibly the only example of a completely functional, mostly intact megalithic stone calendar in the world.

Stone Circle Ruins

Scattered throughout the mountains of South Africa are thousands of stone circle ruins.  The first estimates of the number of these ruins was made in 1891 by English explorer Theodore Bent.  He estimated there were about 4,000 in this area of the world.  By 1974 the estimate had risen to 20,000.  Today, researcher and authority on the subject, Michael Tellinger, has estimated the number of ancient stone ruins to be 100,000 or possibly much higher.  Some of these “stone circles” have no doors or entrances while most are connected by an expansive network of channels that are often misinterpreted as “roads” by some historians.  This connected grid of circular ruins are immersed in a seemingly never-ending expanse of ancient agricultural terraces surrounding the structures.