Here are a select few press reports of the Ikom Gram
project apart from the numerous other reports which the
media keeps reporting on a daily basis.
We would like to thank everyone for their support
especially the media both print and the digital media and all the supporters
of the project who believed in us when the project was still in its infancy.
. . .the inscriptions on the monoliths of Cross River
bear testimony to Africaâ€™s role in the twilight days before
the dawn of civilizationâ€? that the monoliths were writings
of a Universal Scripture, snippets of which have formed the
basis of all major religions around the worldâ€? (that there
are indications) that the monoliths were created before the
Deluge; ... that the monoliths contain astronomical
information about the sun, the earth and other planets of
our solar systemâ€?that they are the origin of the symbols
still in use in Science, Technology, Mathematics (especially
Geometry), Astronomy, and in many world religionsâ€?such as
crosses, spirals, triangles, numbers, circles, etc. . .
The Post Express, August 22, 2001, p. 32.
. . .Their research which took over four years of
hard work, Vanguard Arts gathered, began with the discovery of strange
inscriptions of universal symbols on 350 ancient sacred stones in the
forests of Ikom in Cross River State, Nigeria. This triggered off the
suspicion that Africa must have been home to an advanced culture in
pre-historic times. Eventually, Prof. Acholonu linked up with computer
engineer, Ajay Prabhakar to bring about marriage between science and
culture. The journey of the two scholars through the body of African ancient
artifacts and the ancient records and scriptures of lost races of the world
such as the great civilizations of Egypt, Sumer, Hindu, Cush, Akkadia,
Chaldea and Mesoamerica, looking for missing links on Africaâ€™s contributions
to the history or pre-history of mankind, resulting in a full length book
entitled Garamma: Stone writings of African Adam . . .
Vanguard October 30,2005.
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Shocking Revelations ! ! !In
a daring project ever to be undertaken on the African continent described as
a marriage between science and culture, the duo have found what they call
the truth and are out to shock the world. Their findings published in a book
â€˜The gram code of African Adamâ€?soon to be presented to the world. .the
researchers are about to put Nigeria at the centre stage of world culture
and tourism. The Sun Monday, September 26, 2005
The research result was first
presented before a global audience at the roundtable on Inter-cultural
dialogue hosted by UNESCO as part of the Black Heritage festival in Badagry,
Lagos, in May 2001.Subsequently, the research team was hosted by the Black
academics and the Black communities in many states in the US, the statement
said. The authors declared that they had succeeded in breaking the code of
the monolith inscriptions after a meticulous study of forgotten,
buried and misplaced records of lost races of the world. The
Guardian 17th November 2005
. . .However recent work by Dr. Catherine Acholonu
on the Ikom monoliths present a different vista that, when completed,
along with relevant formalities and protocols on the global stage, will
permanently change the status of Cross River and re-position that
state as a prime tourist destination. In short, the gist of Dr. Acholonu's
work is the unearthing of a linkage between Calabar and the ancient port
city of Tilmun, mentioned in archaeological and
anthropolical works. The key is in the deciphering of the inscriptions
on the monoliths which unspringed an ancient orthography of the type used in
the civilisation of Tilmun. . . Vanguard, October 28, 2005.