There are millions of people around the globe who believe that hundreds of thousands of years ago, ancient gods (Anunnaki) arrived on Earth from heaven. If it is true they must have left the sign of their existence behind us. The largest cluster of ancient ruins including the oldest functioning megalithic Sun Calendar (Adam’s Calendar) is found in South Africa and Zimbabwe to date. Around 5 million circular stone structures have been identified in South Africa
Author Zecharia Sitchin was the first person who highlighted the subject of Anunnaki. In 1976, Sitchin published his personal translations of the Sumerian texts in a series of books titled “The Earth Chronicles.“ According to him, an extraterrestrial race known as Annunaki arrived on Earth for gold from the mystical planet Nibiru, located beyond Neptune. If Sitchin is correct then wouldn’t there be evidence of their legacy on Earth? Well, the ruins of the ancient city discovered in Africa could be the missing link to Anunnaki.
The ancient city in South Africa that Tellinger talks about: A South African author and explorer Michael Tellinger and a small group of researchers found the ruins of a vast metropolis located around 150 km west of the port of Maputo. According to initial surveys, these ancient ruins measure a staggering 1,500 square kilometers with each wall only 3.5 meters tall. These structures are all connected to each other by channels of stone and held in a large mesh of agricultural terraces that cover entire mountains and resemble an infinite spider’s web.
Interestingly, there are no doors or entrances to the original structures which indicate that originally, they were not constructed as dwellings for people or animals. Additionally, the archeology discovery of mysterious tools and artifacts in the place sign that its creator had advanced knowledge of Cymatics (study of wave phenomena) and used sound as a tool
Many people believe that this ancient metropolis could have been a part of some larger complex that encompasses an even greater area of 10,000 square kilometers. Besides, the most intrigued information about it is its age that is estimated to be between 160,000 and 200,000 years old. The geology of the site is also interesting; situated beside numerous gold mines, it has been suggested they were the first gold miners.
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?”