Adam’s Calendar

The oldest man made structure on Earth

The discovery of an ancient circular stone calendar in the Cradle of Humankind has proven to be at least 75 000-years-old, pre-dating any other structure found to date. The spectacular ancient site is still accurate as a calendar which follows the shadow of the setting sun.

The calendar was re-discovered by Johan Heine in 2003 and named Adam’s Calendar by Michael Tellinger. It’s possibly the oldest structure on Earth linked to human origins and presents the first tangible evidence of consciousness among the earliest humans. The site is built along the same longitudinal line as Great Zimbabwe and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, suggesting a connection between those ancient civilisations and the builders of all three of these sites.

Adam’s Calendar is possibly the only example of a functional; mostly in-tact monolithic stone calendar in the world and it’s quite a thrill to explore.

Adam’s Calendar is possibly the only example of a functional; mostly in-tact monolithic stone calendar in the world and it’s quite a thrill to explore. A guided tour of the spectacular Adam’s Calendar takes approximately 3-hours by a specialist Tour Guide.

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