Adam’s Calendar is Referred to as “African Stonehenge? Video

Adam’s Calendar is some of the time alluded to as “African Stonehenge”. It originates before both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid of Giza by a huge number of years. Situated in Mpumalanga, South Africa, close to the Bakoni Ruins, it is a standing stone hover around 30 meters in measurement and has been assessed by certain records to be over 75,000 years of age.

Different cosmic arrangements have been distinguished at the site and it is perhaps the lone illustration of a totally utilitarian, generally unblemished gigantic stone schedule on the planet.

Michael Tellinger discovered 3 huge fallen stone monuments on the edge of Adam’s Calendar, which whenever lifted once more into their unique positions, would have fixed up consummately with the three primary stars of Orion’s Belt as they showed up not too far off, not long before dawn on the vernal equinox.

This is huge, in light of the fact that the three principle Pyramids of Egypt (the Great Pyramid, and the Pyramids of Menkaure and Khafra) additionally line up with Orion’s Belt. Today, Orion’s belt shows up vertically in the sky, yet 75,000 years back, it would have seemed flat.

Adam’s Calendar is emanating a lot higher sound frequencies (truth be told, they were excessively high for a specialist to gauge them) and a lot more grounded electromagnetic fields, than the Bakoni Ruins, yet up until this point, nobody can clarify how.

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