I decided to do an audio interview with Michael Tellinger in order to provide an upldate on what is becoming worldwide attention on the ruins in South Africa. The stone circles including Adam’s Calendar were brought to the forefront when Johan Heine contacted Michael Tellinger, author of “Slave Species of god” back in 2007 to tell him about the discovery of a massive set of stone ruins located in South Africa. As the author of an investigation into the Annunaki and the genetic engineering of man, Michael iinstantly saw the connection to his own work.

Now, years later, with more scientists beginning to recognize the importance of these sites, known as, Adam’s Calendar and Makomati, Michael finds himself spending more time showing interested parties what has been found. His investigations into these ruins have yielded secrets regarding the origins of humanity, the technology and knowledge that resides in this place and the significance this has for our future.

In addition, this interview happened as part of what became a strange synchronicity with a controversy that has erupted around Michael Tellinger and Credo Mutwa. In a special effort to clear up this controversy, I have asked Michael to talk about this and reveal details of his relationship to Credo. I sincerely hope that the information here will clear up this misunderstanding. More and more, in this field of research, journalists and personalities find half truths or misconceptions and take it upon themselves to publicize them either for their own advancement or for some nefarious purpose that is not immediately clear. This is a call to all those who have participated in this to come forward with public apologies and understanding.

Kerry Lynn Cassidy
May 2010

Michael Tellinger’s websites:
Go to the Project Camelot website for a written statement from Michael Tellinger


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