The Ancient Life-Sized Energy Computers of South Africa’s Stone Circles
By Daily Bell Staff - February 13, 2017

Long before the Egyptians saw the light of day, an advanced civilisation of humans lived in southern Africa mining gold. These were also the people who carved the first Horus bird, the first Sphinx, built the first Pyramids and built an accurate stone calendar right in the heart of it all. Adam’s Calendar is the flagship among millions of circular stone ruins, ancient roads, agricultural terraces and thousands of ancient mines, left behind by the Anunnaki and a vanished civilisation which we now call the FIRST PEOPLE.

Micheal Tellinger is one of the only people to have deeply studied the myriad stone circles of Southern Africa. In a series of  lectures, he has made the case that these stone circles actually capture the earth’s energy via sound. If we understand these stone circles more fully, we can understand the free energy concepts that Nicola Tesla was talking about.

Tellinger makes the point that sound lies at the heart of energy. It is sound that came first, not magnetism. If we understand sound more deeply, we will also understand, sooner or later, how to generate it in such a way as to make water boil and then to other things as well.

Chief among those other things is moving stone. Tellinger believes that you can move stone through sound alone. He says American inventor Edward Leedskalnin actually discovered the basics of these techniques and then built Coral Castle in Florida. It still can be seen today.

Leedskalnin supposedly built his castle by projecting sound via “ice cream cones” – stone cones – that helped him focus the sound. It was this sound focusing that allowed people to builds great stone structures like the pyramids.

Tellinger has found hundreds of these stone cones strewn all over South Africa. Additionally, he has made a rough count of the stone circles and determined at one time there were perhaps ten million of them.

The South African government claims the stone circles were built by migratory tribes for their cattle. But Tellinger believes the circles were built 200,000 years ago and have nothing to do with cattle.

Tellinger believes these stone circles along with other constructions around the world were actually part of a lifesized computer grid accessing the power of the earth. Many of the large ancient constructions including pyramids are built on intersections where the earth’s electrical currents intersect.

Tellinger isn’t for everyone, but his explanations of the stone circles may well be closer to the mark then those that explain the circles were for cattle Additionally, his tie-in to Tesla makes a lot of sense. Tesla’s perception of sound and magnetism were not so different than Tellinger’s.

Other parts of Tellinger’s perspective may be less amenable to many, especially his theories regarding the stone circles and  Zecharia Sitchin’s ideas about how they came to be.

Much of Sitchin’s work has been debunked but Tellinger still promotes it as a rational approach though he does sound apologetic about it, saying Sitchin made “mistakes.”

Conclusion: Tellinger’s perspectives are most interesting in our view for the ideas he has about South Africa’s stone circles and the uses to which they were put. If you have an interest in free-energy and its creation, you may want to hear what he has to say.

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  • ICFubar

    There are just too many damned weird things that have or are going on in this world and in the greater cosmos. Who knows what science has discovered and is locked away at the behest of who knows who and for what reasons? I’m still in awe of the refrigerator and its practical application as one of the best inventions civilization has ever produced.

    • Captain Turk

      Powerful point ICFubar – refrigeration vastly improves our ability to store and move perishable foods globally and locally.
      (And having read the book “Longitude” I would humbly submit “Clocks” as another milestone invention — based on how they have permanently enhanced the safety of global navigation and shipping to this day.)

    • Doc

      Google “ancient refrigerators” and you’ll see that it’s nothing new. You can make some of them today yourself.

      • ICFubar

        A very early childhood memory of mine is of the ice man. Leather apron over the shoulder and tongs carrying what to me seemed an enormous block of ice for my grandmother’s ice cooler. I was just old enough to retain faint memories of the then rapid changes taking place in the early-mid fifties.Then at some point the arrival of a fridge while the ice chest went out on the back veranda. The invention of a fridge was the discovery and application of Boyle’s law to do with the expansion and condensation of a liquid as pertains to heat adsorption and release if I’m not mistaken. Anyway a marvelous invention. When I get a minute I’ll check out the ‘ancient fridges.’

  • Earn nest

    Talk is cheap. He needs to make a demonstration else there is no difference from the limitless other cadets out there. The coral castle is an enigma but the technology used is still speculative. “Thrive” is another good video in this genre.

  • eyesofgod

    We must remain open to these possibilities–if only because we have seen so many entrenched writers defend their theories so fiercely, only to see clear evidence that they were wrong. Witness the idea that early Americans came to the USA over a land bridge from Asia 10-12,000 years ago, only to learn (decades later) that we have clear evidence of humans settling this country many thousands of years earlier–and likely from Europe. And that’s just one example. Bottom line: keep an open mind! Be ready to have your pet theories overturned. It’s OK to be wrong. Each one of us has a perspective on how the room looks. BUT…what does it look like from EVERY perspective, all at once? THAT is Reality!

  • MetaCynic

    What puzzles me about theories of the now vanished but technologically highly advanced civilizations from the distant mists of time is that these people left only stone structures. They had left no structures made of iron, steel or aluminum. Even if they had developed the means to easily manipulate huge blocks of stone as though they were made of foam, the physical properties of stone severely limit its ability to enclose large spaces without lots of closely spaced columns. Stone’s structural properties also place height restrictions on buildings.

    Civilizations smart enough to figure out how to get free energy from the earth should also have been smart enough to develop metal working and reinforced concrete industries along with the mathematical analysis required to erect large span structures. But there is no evidence that they did. There is also no evidence that they even produced small metal artifacts. Why not? It’s difficult to believe that these advanced people had no need for or even interest in metals. The only explanation I can think of for this huge technology gap is that metal and concrete structures were built, but over hundreds of thousands of years they simply corroded away. But still, not even scraps of buried metal ruins?

    • nathenism

      the only continent yet to be searched for evidence of this lost civilization is antarctica…we know from fossilized plants that antarctica used to be out of the south pole in a habitable zone…what i find interesting is that canada used to be under 2 miles of ice until it was bombarded with huge meteor fragments 12,800 years ago which caused a catastrophic global flood…i have never heard scientists speculate that maybe the reason canada was buried under ice was because it used to be at the north pole, which would bring antarctica out of the south pole…maybe the meteor impacts caused a pole shift which instantly brought canada out of the north pole and put antarctica at the south pole…this would have wiped out an advanced civilization very rapidly, especially if it happened during winter in the southern hemisphere…when we are allowed to explore antarctica we just may find the metal structures we would expect an advanced civilization to have

  • Captain Turk

    Leedskalnin’s castle was made with cast stones – not cast sounds. He left us a clue when he said he knew how the pyramids were made. Google the ‘Geopolymer Institute’ and you’ll see how just a few men can built a small pyramid today with simple technologies. (Eat your heart our Boral – the ancients knew far more about ‘concretes’ and aggregates than we do today!)

    Yes, there’s a lot of weirdness out there today, and the pyramids (and Antarctica) seem to feature in much of it, so its important that truthseekers quickly put aside esoteric notions such as “living stones”, “alien levitation” or “vibrational energies” when a far more prosaic and eminently practical explanation becomes available — otherwise we risk wasting our valuable time examining specious theories like Tellinger’s ice cream cones!

    • rebotzo
      • Captain Turk

        Thanks Rebotzo,

        This video is a tremendous testament to the powers of applied observation and deduction to available evidence. I can’t help being reminded of the inductive methods of Sherlock Holmes!

        Now, I’m no expert on the Coral Castle, but I believe your video sheds tremendous light on some of the likely (and brilliantly elegant) techniques used in its construction. I’m perfectly willing to believe that the video is one hundred percent correct in its major assumptions.

        However — without detracting from that video in the least — we are still left with Leedskalnin’s own assertion that he knew “how the pyramids were built”. I think if you watch this other video “How the pyramids where built in Egypt” (sic) you might see what he meant. He was a very clever showman.

        As an aside Rebotzo, I always struggled when people said, “The pyramid’s stones are placed so closely together that not even a knife blade can fit between the joints.” I could never accept this – yet one day I was shocked to learn that this statement was absolutely true!

        So I thought to myself… Well, that MIGHT be possible if each stone was EXACTLY rectangular and had perfectly flat sides – but after ‘carrying’ each block hundreds of miles (without chipping any corners!) do you now want me to believe that they dragged it roughly into place then somehow used copper chisels to dress THREE sides of the block to exactly match the existing blocks? (Every surface bump on the side, back and bottom of the new block must correspond exactly to a perfectly shaped dip on its ‘partner’ surface — so the new total of FOUR blocks will fit together in THREE dimensions without a single gap.)

        Personally I find it easier to believe that Building Seven fell down to make the earth flatter.

        After watching the above video I was delighted to see that a ‘gapless’ fit between the ‘stones’ was simply a natural by-product of the progressive casting technique used. Rather that straining our credibility the evidence now supports a vastly simpler model.

        I hope you find it interesting!

    • MetaCynic

      If the great pyramids were built by cast stones, then I think that a chemical analysis of the stones would disclose that information. The chemistry of cast synthetic stone is different from that of natural cut stone. Yet, I have heard of no one doing such an analysis.

      • Captain Turk

        Quite true MetaCynic, but how can we categorize our ‘comparison’ stones as ‘natural’ without first determining that they can ONLY be chemically created by ‘natural’ processes – and not at all by man? The issue lies not in their chemical analysis, but in our assumptions made about the formation of the objects being compared. Until we resolve this ambiguity it logically follows that will never hear about such an analysis.

  • rebotzo

    Listen to what Credo Mutwa has to say about Michael Tellinger…

  • NietzschesNephew

    This is cute and all, but come on, I see there should be two Daily Bells? or are you trying to conflate your sound analysis with dubious material and pseudoscience to discredit free market ideas?

    Im not saying this article wrong, I wasnt there, I don’t know for certain. but you definitely steer people away with stuff like this

    so sad

    • Ephraiyim

      Free markets include the discovery and development of new technologies. I can see no reason why the rediscovery of ancient methods that may better civilization or, at least, the lives of some, would be excluded.
      There is a need to understand that the elitists propaganda that man is becoming smarter and more advanced as time goes on is nothing more than an illusion.
      There are things we do not understand about ancient civilizations, their technologies and methods. Thinking we already know things and how the universe works can lead to pride.
      I would remind those who are of that bent that one ancient writer said that pride goes before a fall. Hope for some, in so much as the elitists of the world go, but fearful for those who may refuse to acknowledge their own ignorance about life and the universe.
      I, for one, wish to Thank DB for being willing to admit that there are many things we do not know and present the here for perusal.