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Michael Tellinger

Michael Tellinger
Ancient History & UBUNTU

Biography

Michael Tellinger is a scientist in the true sense of the word, never shying away from controversial issues and scrutinizing every clue meticulously. After a 30-year long obsession with the origins of human kind and the genetic anomalies of our species, he wrote “Slave Species of God”. When Johan Heine exposed the mystery of the stone ruins of South Africa to Michael in 2007, they began an irreversible process of research that led Michael to some startling scientific conclusions and the completion of two more books, Adam’s Calendar and Temples of the African Gods. 

Michael is also the founder of the Contributionism philosophy in Johannesburg, South Africa in the year of 2005, when he started to promote the idea of a “world without money”. This idea came to Michael through his research into the origins of humankind and ancient human history – when he realized that the origins of money on our planet did not evolve out of thousands of years of barter and trade as we have been told, but that there was a very specific time, which is well described in the Sumerian clay tablets, when money was introduced as an absolute tool of enslavement over humanity, by the ancient royal political elite, whose bloodline descendants continue to use money as a tool of enslavement over the people today.

The UBUNTU Party was formed in 2010 in Waterval Boven, South Africa as a political front to raise its credibility among the general population; to reach more people through the mainstream media, and to serve as a platform of protection against possible legal action by the governing elite.