Millions of people on Earth think that the ancient gods Anunnaki descended upon our planet from heaven hundreds of millennia ago. It might be correct that their trace of presence was left behind humans. To date, the biggest cluster of prehistoric remnants consisting of the earliest functioning megalithic Sun Calendar (Adam’s Calendar) is discovered in South African and Zimbabwe.
Up to now, scientists have been able to recognize nearly 5 million circular stone formations in South Africa. Zecharia Sitchin was the first author who stressed on the importance of the subject related to the Anunnaki. He published his personal translation of the Sumerian inscriptions in a series of books titled “The Earth Chronicles” in 1976.
Sitchin wrote that an extraterrestrial race known as Anunnaki came to our planet from the mystical planet Nibiru, situated beyond Neptune searching for gold. If the author is correct, there must have been trace of their legacy on Earth. And this could be proved by the discovery of the remnants from the ancient city in Africa.
Michael Tellinger, a South African author and explorer led a small group of researchers to discover the remnants of a huge city situated nearly 150 km west of the port of Maputo. The prehistoric remnants measure an astonishing 1,500 square km with each wall only 3.5 m tall, according to early inspections.
Channels of stone help connect the structures, holding them in a huge mesh of agricultural terraces that span the whole mountains, looking like an infinite spider’s web. Surprisingly, there are no doors or entrances to the original formations, suggesting that they were not initially built as dwellings for people or animals.
Furthermore, the findings indicate that the creator of the structures had modern knowledge of Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena, utilizing sound as a tool, due to the findings of strang tools and relics inside.
There are opinions that this prehistoric city might have been part of bigger complex spanning over a larger area of 10,000 square km. Its age is staggeringly guessed to be about 160,000 to 200,000 years old. The geology of the site, which is located beside several gold mines, intriguingly suggests that they were the earliest gold diggers.
Tellinger, author of “Temples of The African Gods: Decoding The Ancient Ruins of Southern Africa,” said: “When Heine first introduced me to the ancient stone ruins of southern Africa, he had no idea of the incredible discoveries we would achieve in the following years. The photographs, artifacts, and evidence we accumulated, point towards a lost civilization that has never before been and precedes all others – not for a hundred years, or a few thousand years… but many thousands of years.”
He wrote in his book: “an Ankh (Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic) was discovered on one of the walls to the ancient Southern African city. Are you wondering how on earth there could be a symbol of Egyptian god thousands of years before the Egyptian civilization emerged?”