Michael Tellinger, considered a "real-life Indiana Jones", is a South African author, scientist, explorer, songwriter, and politician; he has made ground-breaking discoveries about advanced vanished civilizations at the southern tip of Africa that question previous theories about the origins of humanity. Watch interviews with Michael Tellinger and read the overviews of episodes one and two today!
Discover the True Origin of Humanity with Michael Tellinger on Gaia
Uncover the clues that expose humanity's true origins as Michael Tellinger reveals secrets hidden within ancient stone circles and artifacts. These secrets could help us once again reclaim our true power and create a new world of abundance and opportunity for all.
Jay Weidner Interviews Michael Tellinger for Gaia
Jay Weidner grabs a sneak peek on the launch of "Hidden Origins" with Michael Tellinger and Michael shares his excitement about the show.
Watch the Hidden Origins series with Michael Tellinger here.
Episode 1: Humanity's Hidden Origins
In this inaugural episode, Michael Tellinger presents an overview of the journey to discover humanity's hidden origins and our shared destiny. Everything we have been told about our history is a lie. The stories that have shaped our society, as we know it, are falsehoods concocted by the victors of our planet's many wars. However, evidence found in ancient texts and sacred sites reveal that discovering who we are and what we have become is only part of humanity's hidden origins.
Episode 2: The Power of Gold
Michael Tellinger relates the untold story of how gold shaped countless cultures throughout the expanse of human history. From the moment the Annunaki set foot upon our once primitive planet, the race was on to procure mass amounts of gold and hold as much power over the emerging human populations as possible. This may be why gold has always been central to the advancement of human civilizations upon the Earth. Evidence supporting this view can be found at Adam's Calendar and the Sheba Gold mines in South Africa.