Ruin Preservation

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Preserving and maintaining the ruins is a relentless and ongoing task. It requires skilled labour, expensive tools, transport, petrol and time and money.

I have been managing this on my own since 2010 – with almost no help – using mostly my own income and resources. This is a highly stressful situation and I cannot continue to do this on my own for much longer. The time has come to receive some desperately needed help from those who resonate with my work and research and who recognize the important role the ruins play in our human history.

If you are one of those individuals, please take out a monthly SUBSCRIPTION for the Stone Circle Ruins & Adam’s Calendar Preservation Fund.

Click the drop down menu below and choose the amount that you can most afford to contribute. You will be playing a critical part in preserving the ancient ruins of South Africa for all current and future generations.


Please choose from the following monthly amounts you can afford


Long before the Sumerians or Egyptians saw the light of day, an advanced civilisation of humans lived in Southern Africa, mining gold. They left behind more than 10 million stone circle ruins all connected to each other, that make up the largest cluster of stone ruins found anywhere on Earth to date. Their tools and artefacts indicate that they had a deep understanding of sound and resonance and used sound to power their tools and also as a source of energy. They 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 artefacts, left behind by the ANUNNAKI and a mysterious vanished civilisation.

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