Michael Tellinger

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Michael Tellinger is a South African author, politician, explorer[1] and founder of the Ubuntu Party which supports the supply of free resources across society.[2] He has presented Adam's Calendar as a site of extraordinary archeological importance, being at the center of a network of stone circles across Southern Africa which purportedly channeled energy in ancient times.[3] He has led a campaign against banks and central banks.[4]


He authored the following books:

  1. Adam's Calendar
  2. Slave Species of the Gods
  3. Temples of the African Gods
  4. Ubuntu Contributionism


Tellinger has founded a South African political party called Ubuntu Party, named after the principles of Ubuntu Contributionism.


Michael Tellinger graduated in 1983 from the University Of Witwatersrand Medical School, Johannesburg, with a B.Pharmaceutics degree.


He spent much of his early years in the arts performing on stage and screen. As part of the duo “Stirling & Tellinger” he had several music hits in South Africa. In 1986, he worked in Los Angeles for Cannon Films as a sound designer and editor; and wrote and recorded the controversial anti-apartheid song “We come from Johannesburg”, which was banned under the previous regime. His latest contribution to the arts was a song called “Side By Side With Angels”, for the TSUNAMI disaster fund in 2005, which featured a number of top South African artists.[5]


  1. ^ "UBUNTU Contributionism Touts a Society Without Money: Everyone Is Equal - WOUB Digital". 22 September 2016.
  2. ^ Wet, Phillip De. "New Age leaders weed out the lies". Mail and Guardian.
  3. ^ Bradfield, Laura (10 November 2015). "200 000 year old city found in Southern Africa may rewrite history". The South African.
  4. ^ Wet, Phillip De. "Court sees red over UFO guru's crusade". Mail and Guardian.
  5. ^ "Michael Tellinger, author Slave Species God Adam's Calendar". Credo Mutwa. Retrieved 2018-02-12.