Adam's Calendar and Other Structures in South Africa
Here's a long article about the supposed sites in South Africa, including "Adam's Calendar." I'm a bit skeptical that the first of these aren't cattle corals or sheep pens, as well as of the dating of the "calendar," so I will need to wait until professionals have verified these supposed discoveries.
In consideration of the current research showing human origins in the area, I am not
skeptical that there has been culture in South Africa in the past many thousands of years, so it wouldn't surprise me if these structures were genuinely old. Nor would it surprise us that these ruins appear to be astronomically aligned:
There were at least 3 monoliths aligned towards the sunrise, but on the west side of the aligned monoliths there was a mysterious hole in the ground — something was missing.After weeks and months of measuring and observations, Johan concluded that it was perfectly aligned with the rise and fall of the Sun. He determined the solstices and the equinoxes.
I also feel that bringing in the Sitchinism regarding the Sumerian myths
unnecessarily complicates the situation and gives it an incautious and amateurish air, which is not an egregious "sin" but which gives one pause. (A couple of decades ago, I might have done the same thing, having read Sitchin's fairly convincing books.)Ancient ’200,000BC’ Human Metropolis Found in Africa
Why suffer from Egyptoparallelophobia, when you can read Christ in Egypt
? Try it - you'll like it: