Moon Anomalies

Publisher and TV Producer Michael Tellinger discussed lunar anomalies
and a new archeological discovery in South Africa which could reveal
secrets of early man. Regarding his moon research, he said “you’ve got
to follow the clues and if you follow the clues, they will take you to a
place that often makes you feel very uncomfortable but you’ve got to
believe where your research takes you.”

Tellinger talked about
strange aspects of the moon which suggest that it is more than just a
natural satellite revolving around the Earth. He cited a number of
oddities, including how astronauts spoke in code about UFOs seen there,
instruments which picked up water vapor despite mainstream science
saying there was no atmosphere there, and longstanding observations of
lights on the lunar surface. On what the moon may really be, Tellinger
opined that it is “most likely being used as a base for extraterrestrial

Later, he discussed a South African site dubbed “Adam’s
Calendar” which his research indicates is around 75,000 years old. “We
have found something truly remarkable, truly unique, and most likely the
oldest manmade structure on earth,” Tellinger marveled. According to
surveyors who have examined it, the site was “a circular structure, like
Stonehenge” that featured rocks which aligned with “the cardinal
geographical points of Earth” along with the solstices and equinoxes. He
explained that the dating of the site was derived from the fact that it
did not match up with the contemporary position of the Sun, thus via
archaeoastronomy they determined the age of the monument.

on what the site may have been used for, he noted that four separate
psychics had all given the same reading for “Adam’s Calendar.” Tellinger
said that these consistent statements alleged that the area was at
least 75,000 years old, the site of a lot of human sacrifices, and that
it is “an active portal for extraterrestrials.” He theorized that this
portal may have been used by ETs in gold mining operations in the
distant past, as the work of Zecharia Sitchen suggests.

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