Gobekli Tepe Udpate:
Only recently discovered in 1994 and at 12,000-years-old, Gobekli Tepe changes the game on just how long ago civilization may have began (according to mainstream science / history). Currently in history books, ancient Sumer / Mesopotamia is considered the oldest human civilization which existed approx. 6-8,000 years ago. But, whoever built Gobekli Tepe in what is now modern day Turkey was around at least 4,000 years before that. That is a very long time ago!
The architecture at this site is arranged in a circular fashion similar to Stonehenge. It features many large limestone columns, up to 18 feet tall and weighing up to 16 tons.
The artifacts shown above are currently being displayed at the Urfa Museum in Turkey.
- Poster by Emrah Yucel (top left)
- “Urfa Man” with black obsidian crystal eyes (top right)
- Stone totem of a strange creature holding or morphing into a human-like creature. Around the totem are small animals that resemble wart hogs and other unfamiliar creatures.
- Also see the “H” icon belt on one of the stone columns.
Many questions surround this mysterious site.
Who were they and what can we learn from what we’ve found?
What do these objects represent or what were they used for?
Why was Gobekli Tepe mysteriously buried?
I need a time machine.