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Cidersomerset
13th May 2013, 19:54
Mainstream have been forced to review there ideas on civilisation pushing
it back to 11,000 -15,000 yrs ago Closer to what Graham Hancock & others
have been proposing for years .......Suggesting even earlier knowledge.


Gobekli Tepe - THE OLDEST TEMPLE IN THE WORLD

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Published on 24 Feb 2013


Göbekli Tepe Turkish: [ɡřbe̞kli te̞pɛ][2] ("Potbelly Hill"[3]) is a Neolithic hilltop
sanctuary erected at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia
Region of Turkey, some 15 kilometers (9 mi) northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa
(formerly Urfa / Edessa). It is the oldest known human-made religious structure.[1][
4] The site was most likely erected in the 10th millennium BCE and has been under
excavation since 1994 by German and Turkish archaeologists.[5] Together with
Nevalı Çori, it has revolutionized understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic.

Göbekli Tepe is located in southeastern Turkey. It was first noted in a survey
conducted by Istanbul University and the University of Chicago in 1964, which
recognized that the hill could not entirely be a natural feature and postulated that a
Byzantine cemetery lay beneath. The survey noted a large number of flints and the
presence of limestone slabs thought to be Byzantine grave markers. This work was
first mentioned in print in Peter Benedict's article "Survey Work in Southeastern
Anatolia" (1980). In 1994, archaeologist Klaus Schmidt of the German
Archaeological Institute of Istanbul noted Benedict's article and visited the site,
recognizing that it was in fact a much older Neolithic site. Since 1995[7]
excavations have been conducted by the German Archaeological Institute of
Istanbul and the Şanlıurfa Museum, under the direction of Schmidt (University of
Heidelberg 1995--2000, German Archaeological Institute 2001--present). The hill
had been under agricultural cultivation before being excavated. Generations of local
inhabitants had frequently moved rocks and placed them in clearance piles and
much archaeological evidence may have been destroyed in the process. Scholars
from the Hochschule Karlsruhe began documenting the architectural remains and
soon discovered T-shaped pillars facing south-east. Some of these pillars had
apparently undergone attempts at destruction, probably by farmers who mistook
them for ordinary large rocks.

Cidersomerset
13th May 2013, 22:42
Red Ice Radio - Linda Moulton Howe - Gobekli Tepe

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Earthfiles founder and investigator Linda Moulton Howe on
Red Ice Radio discussing one of the oldest sites on earth, Gobekli Tepe.

Cidersomerset
13th May 2013, 23:15
After listening to Linda's piece above she mentions near the end that the
structures at Gobekli Tepi looked like tuning forks and other ancient sites
were possibly doing the same.It reminded me of a item I saw on Davids site
yesterday that scientists discovered the universe was made up of information.

Ion says the Universe is made up of frequencies, so it makes sence our
ancestors were maybe trying to tap in,and the elite/priest classes knew
how, with or without ET help ???


http://blog.world-mysteries.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/GobekliTepe_site_reconstr.jpg




Quantum physics has confirmed it - the universe is comprised of information
(as David Icke has been saying all these years): Here's what it means

Sunday, 12 May 2013 11:30

http://www.davidicke.com/images/stories/May20137/universe-space-planet-moon.jpg

'As quantum physics can now confirm, the universe we live in is not made up of
solid objects but of energy and information. This discovery holds vast implications
for understanding the nature of our world and in understanding the true source of
vibrant health. It also means that it is possible to encapsulate all the concepts
discussed in the world of holistic natural health into a single unified theory.'

Read more: Quantum physics has confirmed it - the universe is comprised of
information (as David Icke has been saying all these years): Here's what it means

http://www.naturalnews.com/040292_information_universal_truth_health.html

ghostrider
14th May 2013, 01:17
Wait till they learn , high technology was as far back as 289,000 years ago ...brought to our ancestors by the sons of heaven ... I love earth history and the acient past ... if the world only knew where we really came from ... and the help we've had, and all the star people that are pulling for us... no to mention all the ET folk here at avalon working behind the scenes for humanity ... many thanks to the those that meditate and let there energy be focused where the spirit leads them ... we need you ... :wizard:

mojo
14th May 2013, 02:26
any origins about the name? The name itself sounds so cool, hello my name is Gobleki Tepe...;)

grannyfranny100
14th May 2013, 03:55
I find it hard to believe that people invented religion which is an abstract notion before they adopted agriculture which is just a step beyond hunting and gathering. Of course if these classically trained academics espoused a theory that perhaps otherworldly intelligences taught them how to use sound to move objects, I personally could accept that more readily. Different strokes for different folks.

Cidersomerset
14th May 2013, 11:15
I find it hard to believe that people invented religion which is an abstract notion before they adopted agriculture which is just a step beyond hunting and gathering. Of course if these classically trained academics espoused a theory that perhaps otherworldly intelligences taught them how to use sound to move objects, I personally could accept that more readily. Different strokes for different folks

Like mainstream Egyptologists to the archaeologists on 'Time Team' which I enjoy, There mind set is still governed by the fact modern humans
are still new entities, and for them to go back to the last Ice age is an achievement..LOL.... I think we are much older possibly millions of years
old. Ion Says the original earth continent with the Lemurian civilisation is very old. Billy Meier Plajeran info puts our common ancestors way
back as well. We still have a while for mainstream to acknowledge these or other possibilities...imo...LOl..





Default Re: Billy Meier and Ptaah (ET) talking about 2012....Contact 476 3/2/2009



Thanks Whitefeather I'm with you brother !!

Billy Meier - GODS OF THE EARTH WERE HUMAN



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As far as I'm concerned if you have belief and want to believe in
a deity thats fine by me....

I like the concept we are all gods on a journey back to our power
and we are not very far away from regaining it !! But thats another
story .. Steve

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?43426-Billy-Meier-and-Ptaah--ET--talking-about-2012....Contact-476-3-2-2009&p=550893&highlight=Billy+meier#post550893

Cidersomerset
14th May 2013, 11:22
Wait till they learn , high technology was as far back as 289,000 years ago ...brought to our ancestors by the sons of heaven ... I love earth history and the acient past ... if the world only knew where we really came from ... and the help we've had, and all the star people that are pulling for us... no to mention all the ET folk here at avalon working behind the scenes for humanity ... many thanks to

I quite like this, it may or maynot be correct, but makes you think far beyond the 'mainstream Box'.........


History of our Alien Ancestors on Earth...

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...67358447206356



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http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?43426-Billy-Meier-and-Ptaah--ET--talking-about-2012....Contact-476-3-2-2009&p=550893&highlight=Billy+meier#post550893

Cidersomerset
14th May 2013, 11:31
any origins about the name? The name itself sounds so cool, hello my name is Gobleki Tepe...

Before excavation the landscape was a scattering of 'potbelly hillocks'
hence the name....

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8009/7165645930_bc578c3abb_z.jpg

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Göbekli Tepe means Potbelly Hill



Tepe means hill, mound or knoll in Turkish. In southeastern Turkey, north of the
border of Syria and north (or within) the Fertile Crescent of the Neolithic, we find
place names such as Ziyaret Tepe, Kenan Tepe and Göbekli Tepe on today's
archaeological maps [1-5]. All these tepes and the surrounding areas are digging
sites. Göbekli Tepe is located nine miles to the east of the Turkish town of
Şanlıurfa, (also known by the shorter name Urfa). Göbekli Tepe means Potbelly Hill.
Local people gave this name to the site, which is part of a ridge and has the shape
of a rounded crest [5].

Being much older than Stonehenge, Göbekli Tepe has made a lot of headlines over
recent years as the first temple and spiritual meeting place (sometimes with a
question mark [4]). Among the mysteries and fascinating artworks of this neolithic
architecture are the relief animals carved in its stone pillars. There also is a fierce-
looking creature erupting from a limestone wall, similar to sculptures we find at
gothic church buildings.

The archaeologist Klaus Schmidt of the German Archaeological Institue (DAI), who
is researching this site for over ten years together with European and Turkish
scientists, gives us hints that excavation results can be interpreted in various ways.
Was this a spiritual locus or a Neolithic Tivoli Garden? Further, this place has a
Trojan dimensions, at least in the vertical direction: Schmidt is not certain if the
bottom layer has been uncovered yet. Göbekli Tepe may change our understanding
of the history of civilization. Schmidt makes an interesting point that the common
belief (twenty years ago) was, that civilization was driven by ecological forces, but
that we are now learning that civilization is a product of the human mind [5].
Whatever the driving forces behind this site, we at least can agree in the spirit of
Louis Armstrong and Fats Domino: I found my thrill on Potbelly Hill!


http://golatintos.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/gobekli-tepe-means-potbelly-hill.html

mahalall
1st June 2016, 21:25
just spoken with Tarik the son of the farmer who discovered the site-he has highlight that the authorities are planning to close the site for a planned year and looking at expanding the museum in Sanliufa. It was planned to be on the May the 2nd but has been delayed the closure.
Before cynically thinking we have to compliment the Turkish authorities for being such good custodians of such a special site. Many sites of value could learn a lot from the management team at Gobleki tepe.
Really fortunate to be in the region and exploring-the presence at the site is sacred- perplexing and if you quiten the mind you might catch site of the white wizard spirit:highfive:

Cidersomerset
1st June 2016, 22:03
Really fortunate to be in the region and exploring-the presence at the site is sacred-perplexing and if you quiten the mind you might catch site of the white wizard spirit



Thanks Malhalla....

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refreshed vids in post 1 & 2 and a update vid by Graham Hancock...

Ancient Extinction Revealed: Atlantis, Göbekli Tepe & Mysteries of the Gods with Graham Hancock

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Published on 23 Nov 2015


An ancient extinction event that wiped out Atlantis more advanced societies 12,000 years ago
is illuminated with author Graham Hancock. From the megalithic structures at Göbekli Tepe
and Gunung Padang, to the buried ancient power centers that are hiding a history that
archaeologists are unwilling to acknowledge--the MAGICIANS OF THE GODS author fills in a
blank space in human understanding. The Younger Dryas climate change catastrophe that was
caused by meteoric impacts, and the lost golden age of man is explored on this uncensored
Antidote hosted by Michael Parker.

GUEST BIO:
Graham Hancock is the widely read author of “Magicians of the Gods,” “Fingerprints of the Gods,”
“The Message of the Sphinx,” “Underworld: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization,” and the “War God”
series. Previous to authoring books, Hancock was an East Africa correspondent of the Economist.

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