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    Default The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    This is the most sensible down to earth fact filled report on the possible reason that the site was buried
    There is even mention of Scotland and Inverness my home town.
    Massive waves throughout the world up to 2 miles high would have greatly reduced the population.
    It would seem that at least some had advance warning of the approaching comet fragment impacts.
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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    This looks interesting and would connect a lot of dots.

    You should show us some of the sites around Inverness some time. The historic places, natural scenery and the like. I probably told you this already, but many of my ancestors (Fraser clan) originally came from Inverness, at least since they settled there after the Norman invasion. They became Quakers and had problems with the Anglican Church in the 1700s and that's why they left.

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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    Good find Chris, thanks for posting. Some of the comments below the vid on YT are quite good and informative as well.

    I'm going to add the links he posted below the vid as they are worthwhile.

    https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=h...AxNTYxMzMwMTA5

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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    @greybeard, when I was a kid (around 13) I played the Euphonium in the Invernesshire wind ensemble at Eden Court Theatre. That would have been around 1977 just a year or two after it was built. I remember it being a fantastic and exciting experience because it was such a modern building at the time (still is) in an old and traditional town.
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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    Quote Posted by greybeard (here)
    This is the most sensible down to earth fact filled report on the possible reason that the site was buried
    There is even mention of Scotland and Inverness my home town.
    Massive waves throughout the world up to 2 miles high would have greatly reduced the population.
    It would seem that at least some had advance warning of the approaching comet fragment impacts.
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    "By request. I give my theory or hypothesis as to why Gobekli Tepe was mysteriously buried 10,000 years ago....based on just some of the best evidence I could find. Included..Derinkuyu and the Thunderbolt & The Sphinx. (Anubis)"

    I'd like to hear what Graham Hitchcock thinks of that theory.
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    Quote Posted by A Voice from the Mountains (here)
    This looks interesting and would connect a lot of dots.

    You should show us some of the sites around Inverness some time. The historic places, natural scenery and the like. I probably told you this already, but many of my ancestors (Fraser clan) originally came from Inverness, at least since they settled there after the Norman invasion. They became Quakers and had problems with the Anglican Church in the 1700s and that's why they left.
    Your ability to receive PMs has been turned off--your welcome to come to Inverness. Chris
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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    The historian Alan Wilson has said in his research that Britain was left devastated by an impact of some kind.
    Probably a comet

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    "Impact crater of largest meteorite to ever strike UK discovered"

    The impact crater of the largest meteorite ever to strike the UK has been discovered 25 miles off the coast of northwest Scotland.

    The one kilometre wide, three billion tonne rock smashed down in the Minch basin, between what is now the isles of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides and the town of Ullapool.

    British researchers said a witness to the strike 1.2bn years ago would have had "quite a spectacle" as the meteor travelling at 40,000mph struck Earth with a force 940 million times greater than the Hiroshima bomb.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/s...-a8951141.html

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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    There's also a large volcanic crater that's only really seen from the air, in a very beautiful and remote spot in the west Scottish highlands called the Ardnamurchan peninsula.

    http://kilchoan.blogspot.com/2012/07...rater-rim.html
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    Is 2019 The Year Of Gobekli Tepe? - The Ancient Site That CHANGES EVERYTHING!
    Josh Sigurdson reports on Turkey's Erdogan declaring 2019 the Year Of Gobekli Tepe. The ancient site of Gobekli Tepe changes everything we were taught by academic archaeologists about ancient civilizations. The extraordinary site which is hardly yet excavated is said to have been built around 12,000 years ago. Interesting, considering mainstream archaeologists claim human civilization randomly started around 3000 BC, about the same time as Stonehenge. Gobekli Tepe is 7000+ years older than Stonehenge and far more intricate and well built. The effort put into building this massive megalithic site is awe inspiring, yet the mainstream talking point regurgitating historians who are too stubborn to change their viewpoint and admit they were wrong with the uncovering of new information claim Gobekli Tepe is an anomaly and that it was the FIRST example of human civilization. So let us get this straight... Primitive cavemen put down their wooden spears and randomly built a massive megalith out of stone without any prior knowledge? The desperate attempt to cover up any examples of ancient human civilization dating back to and before the last major ice age during the Younger Dryas Period is absolutely astonishing. The evidence at this point is incontrovertible. With a massive extinction event happening around the end of the Younger Dryas period where meteors and plasma bursts are considered incredibly likely, especially in light of recent findings like the massive crater in Greenland, it seems quite obvious that an incredibly advanced ancient civilization was lost from the face of the Earth following an ancient cataclysm, the likes of which we could not imagine. So if the Turks could have built something like Gobekli Tepe around 10,000 BC, why couldn't Atlantis exist? Why shouldn't Plato have been right in recounting that ancient Egypt was just an offshoot of the Atlantians? There are thousands of examples of pre-dynastic architecture in Egypt that far outweighs what the dynastic Egyptians were capable of. There are countless examples in Giza alone, including the clearly water eroded Great Sphinx. There are countless examples in Peru including in places like Machu Picchu where you can clearly see pre-Inca stone work which is beautifully precise with rocks interlocking all while far more primitive Inca stone work is built on top. The pre-Inca stone work was clearly struck by a massive earthquake while the Inca stone work was not. There is a clear coverup of the origins of human civilization. One has to ask why? Why do governments around the world restrict serious excavations and research into this? Why does the media attempt to discredit people like Graham Hancock and Dr. Robert Schoch as they expose clear evidence that the stories we've been told about ancient civilization are wrong? Who benefits? What do they know that they don't want us to know about? We at WAM plan on going to Gobekli Tepe as part of an investigation into the true origins of human civilization and the massive cataclysm that wiped out an incredibly savvy, advanced civilization. You can find our GoFundMe link below. Stay tuned as we continue to cover this issue closely! We cannot ignore a truth whose time has come! See our campaign to send us to Gobekli Tepe here: https://www.gofundme.com/send-wam-to-... Video edited by Josh Sigurdson


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    Default Re: The Reason Gobekli Tepe Was Buried 8,000 BC

    Looks like the momentum on Gobekli Tepi is slowly picking up speed. GT and the meteor strike and related events are working their way into the mainstream

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