Adams Calendar aka Enkis Calendar
EXCLUSIVE ADAM'S CALENDAR TOURS WITH PROPHET AQUINAS BUNTU
JOIN US FOR R850 / $60 PER PERSON
Tour includes light snacks and refreshments. Please note video footage will be taken on site during the tour for research purposes. Bookings essential - Limited space available
FOR BOOKINGS: +27 73 670 6643
FROM BLISS TO DISCOVERY
Here are a few things you are sure to enjoy and discover
- The captivating story and archaeological remains of ancient civilizations
- Discover the "true" cradle of mankind - A spiritual experience that is unparalleled
- Get a glimpse of the hidden knowledge of the Anunnaki, the interest in gold that brought the alien gods down to these parts of the world
- Experience the stone ruins which are older than the Giza pyramids of Egypt
- And finally, be blown away as you re-discover the Garden of Eden, from the Bible!
Barberton Makhonjwa Mountains – why they are a UNESCO Heritage Site
There is now:
- Evidence of the earliest continent-forming processes and evidence of the earliest large meteorite impact events
- Chemical and physical evidence that supported abundant single-celled life and the earliest moon-Earth interactions.
- The ‘type-locality’ of the distinctive komatiite volcanic rocks, and pillow lavas, the komatiites being the hottest lavas by far to have ever emerged on the Earth’s surface.
- Volcanic lapilli embedded in chert, appearing as pea-sized ‘hailstones’ of accreted volcanic ash and vaporised rock, that have settled into chert sediments on the Archaean sea floor. These extensive deposits signify the presence of airborne volcanism as compared to the more common under water lava flows occurring at this time.
- Oldest migmatites at the Greenstone Belt margins, abundant exposures occur in the contact zones between the dark basaltic Archaean lavas and the plutons of lighter silica-rich granite rising beneath them. Spectacular patterns show evidence of melting and recrystallization due to intense pressures and extreme temperatures generated around the contact area.
Most Archaean lavas and sediments elsewhere in the world have been reheated or otherwise deformed (metamorphosed) in the slow but incessant movements of the Earth’s outer shell. Such altered rocks no longer relate closely to the conditions at their site of origin at the Earth’s surface. They therefore have substantially less value as sources of evolutionary information. This is not the case in BMM where rocks remain substantially untransformed.