Stone Circle Research Expedition 18 Nov – 1 Dec 2019

Stone Circle Research Expedition 18 Nov – 1 Dec 2019

STONE CIRCLE RESEARCH EXPEDITION

FOR EVERY-DAY ENTHUSIASTS AND EXPERTS IN VARIOUS FIELDS.

NEXT Research Expedition date:  18 Nov – 1 Dec 2019

Theme for the next expedition is FOSSIL HUNTING & HEALING FREQUENCIES of the Stone Circles.

BOOK NOW:  To get on the list and secure your place please fill in the form on this link:   http://journeys.ubuntuplanet.org/bf.php?fid=5505

PRICE: $2200 (US$)  –  (Southern Africans R20,000)

A Combination of Exploration, Research & Site-seeing

If the spirit of exploration beats in your heart – and you have a passion for discovery – join me, Michael Tellinger for the next expedition among the ancient stone ruins of Southern Africa. We will explore various sites and cover a large area that holds so many ancient secrets. Every day is a unique experience and journey where we find and discover new ruins, unexpected fossil, tools, artifacts, and much more as long as we keep our eyes open.  The more time we spend at the sites, the more information we absorb – that’s just the way it works.

We will explore many stone circles, discover new ones, visit Adam’s Calendar, the Giant Foot print, the mountains and forests around Mpumalanga, Ngwenya Mine in Swaziland, rock carvings, tools and artifacts, existing sites and new sites. We will examine; investigate; photograph; video; take measurements; evaluate; catalogue; and gather critical information that will shed new light on the mysterious ruins, their origins and purpose. Our intention is to use different areas of research science to show how everything is connected and how everything around us effects everything else.

During this journey, we will also take time out to relax and enjoy our time together and bond while we visit the Kruger Park (optional extra) and other sacred sites. The Stone Circle Research Expedition has become an event where like-minded people come together in the spirit of discovery, adventure and exploration – bonding on deeper level – creating friendships and a growing family of new conscious friends around the world and across cultural border. This is the true spirit of UBUNTU at work in its own way.

We will attempt to cover the following areas of research on our journey if and where possible: Archaeology; geology; erosion; patina growth; sound frequencies; electromagnetic measurements; astronomy; archaeo-astronomy; soil samples; sediments; infrared photography; genetics; botany; mineral content; artefact; fossils; dating techniques; aerial photography; oral tradition; shamanic teachings – and other activities.

Programme Details:

DATE: 18 November – 1 December 2019 – A 14-day journey

PRICE:  $2200 per person sharing all inclusive / $30 per day extra for single room where possible. (R20,000 for South African participants) Price does not include international or local flights)

CAPACITY:  12 people maximum

INCLUDED in the price: You will be provided with accommodation; all meals; picnics or packed food when traveling; all transport, and some tools for the research where possible.

EXCLUDED from price: International or local flights; alcoholic drinks; personal addiction to snacks and other fetishes

TRAVEL Instructions: Book flights to O.R TAMBO International Airport in Johannesburg to arrive on 17 November 2019 before 1 pm – if possible. Meeting place on arrival is the INTERCONTINENTAL Hotel – right outside arrivals hall – on the deck under the umbrellas or inside the hotel lounge if weather is bad. You will be met by me or Melissa at the hotel. A bus will bring the group once everyone has arrived – OR a shuttle will be arranged for those who arrive at later hour.

DEPARTURE:  Book your flight to Depart on 2 December 2019 – We will all drive together to the airport in the morning.

IMPORTANT: Please avoid early morning return flights – that means that you will have to stay over at the airport hotel the night before. We cannot get you to the airport for early departure flights.  Most flights to the EU and Americas leave in the late afternoon or evening – and are overnight flights.

ACTIVITIES: We may break up to explore in groups of 2-4, with diverse specialties and interests in each group. We will only use the most reputable research facilities for analyses.

IMPORTANT: If you have any unique and specialised tools or equipment that will help us with our research – please notify me and bring it with you to help us with our research.

EQUIPMENT: If you have any specialized tools or equipment that you can donate or loan to the Stone Circle Research Programme – please email me to make arrangements. Your contributions will be greatly appreciated and displayed in the NEW Stone Circle Museum.

FITNESS: You have to be moderately fit, and healthy, and able walk up steep hills, climb rocks, and able to spend long days in the sun and on the mountains.

ACCOMMODATION: Is basic but clean – shared in 2 or 3 – Couples will be placed together. Single rooms are charged at $30 per day when available.

BOOK NOW: Reserve your place – 12 people max.

Send an email to michaeljtellinger@gmail.com to book your place – the first 12 people will be signed up.

CONFIDENTIALITY: You will be asked to sign a confidentiality document not to publicly disclose the details and locations of the sites we visit – to avoid vandalism and other activities by people with less noble intent.

DEPOSITS: $1100 deposit will secure your place – make a deposit or pay the full $2200 via PayPal to michaeljtellinger@gmail.com – Please add 4% commission for PayPal fees.

OR

Direct Bank Transfer to: Stone Circle Tours – First National Bank – Account number: 6268 779 1775 – Waterval Boven – SWIFT Code: FIRNZAJJ

ITINERARY: We will visit various stone circles, giant foot print, rock paintings, Adam’s Calendar and other secret places – Kruger Park is an extra option as a group or individual who want to go.

URGENT CONTACT DETAILS

Office contact:   Tel: +27 (0)13 257 0479    Email: michaeltellingertours@gmail.com

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