At this stage there is no effort or program to preserve and look after the ancient stone circle ruins of South Africa. I and the Stone Circle Museum team, are the only ones doing so, in my own capacity and limited resources – in the heart of the most concentrated ruins – in the area of Waterval Boven, Mpumalanga. It is a relentless, never-ending struggle against the forces of nature – grass, weeds, trees, animals, and fires.
We have identified around 20 ruins that need constant attention. This is done so that we have a few examples that are visible and accessible to visitors and tourists. If the ruins are not cleared, the annual winter fires burn right against the walls and crack the stones – which causes a collapse of the walls.
Please support this important effort in the following ways:
- Make a DONATION HERE
- Become a PATRON of the Stone Circle Museum – with a monthly contribution
- Join my VIDEO CHANNEL HERE – A portion of the funds are allocated for ruins preservation.
Thank you – Keep exploring – Michael Tellinger