27-29 July 2018 Friday evening – Sunday afternoon.
Join me, Michael Tellinger for a weekend adventure and private tour of the Stone Circle Museum, ancient Stone Circle ruins of South Africa and Adam’s Calendar, in the Mountains of Mpumalanga province, Waterval Boven. See the oldest stone ruins on Earth; the ancient Anunnaki gold-mininig empire; ancient tools and artefacts, and the oldest working Sun Calendar on Earth, in what is most likely the True Cradle of Humankind. This is a new series of affordable monthly excursions for those who like to get away from the madness of city life on the weekend. This is a self drive tour – please arrive in a high-clearance vehicle if possible. If not – you can drive with me or some of the other participants. Accommodation is available at our very own Stone Circle Lodge. Capacity: 12 people only.
BOOKINGS: Email Melissa at email@example.com Phone: +27 013 257 0479
COST: R1500 per person for the tour – Accommodation ranges from R250 to R450 pp. Private rooms and shared dorms for the real happy campers. Children under 12 pay only 50% .
FRIDAY 27 July: Arrive Friday evening – Meet and greet – introduction; drinks and dinner – group discussion and sharing of knowledge
SATURDAY 28 July: Breakfast – Museum visit – detailed presentation of the tools & artefacts and the FOSSILS of giants, strange reptilian creatures and possibly Anunnaki. Visit the first group of Stone Circles, including the largest circle found to date, all the way on the top of the mountain – Lunch – Hike up the nearby hill to see the expanse of the terraces and circles. This is literally a walk over never-ending terraces and stone circles. Sunset over the ruins. Dinner and drinks at the Lodge – more conversation for those who can keep their eyes open.
SUNDAY 29 July: Breakfast – Discussion and chat about our experiences – depart for Adam’s Calendar at 9.30am. A full walk through the extensive site with all its special places and secrets that I do not normally have time to show on shorter tours. Finish by 2pm. Depart for home or lunch at Kaapsehoop among the wild horses.