Monthly Archives: March 2011

Catherine Acholonu’s trilogy of THE GRAM CODE OF AFRICAN ADAM, THEY LIVED BEFORE ADAM AND THE LOST TESTAMENT OF THE ANCESTORS OF ADAM are changing the way we view knowledge and human history.

These award-winning and ground-breaking bestsellers are some of the most hard-hitting research ever undertaken anywhere on planet earth. Kudos to Catherine Acholonu Research Center. Advertisements

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The Gram Code of African Adam – Reconstructing 450,000 Years of Africa’s Lost Civilizations

In this book we studied 350 ancient stone monoliths with strange inscriptions that were discovered in Cross River State, Nigeria, in a local area called Ikom. These inscriptions include some glyphs that are obviously Egyptian, and others that we identified … Continue reading

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The Gram Code of African Adam; They Lived Before Adam and The Lost Testament of the Ancestors of Adam by Catherine Acholonu et. al.

These three books, which we call The African Adam Trilogy, are redefining the parameters of knowledge and rewriting History as we know it. They have mapped out the West African location of Biblical Eden, the lost City of Heliopolis, otherwise … Continue reading

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The Lost Testament of the Ancestors of Adam

Our new book, The Lost Testament of the Ancestors of Adam, the sequel to They Lived Before Adam – is now out. It demonstrates the West African location of ancient Egypt and the lost city of Heliopolis discovered by archaeologists … Continue reading

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