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    What You Need to Know About Göbekli Tepe | Ancient Architects

    Earlier this year a new research paper on Gobekli Tepe was released that sheds new light on the layout of the settlement and lifestyle of those that lived there.

    This video is not about interpreting the imagery of Gobeki Tepe, but is more about its layout and development, important information if we want to make sense of the site. Scientific research is forever on-going and our knowledge is increasing all the time, but this research needs to get to the masses.

    As my recent video on Pillar 43 has showed, there is a great deal of interest in Gobeki Tepe, but before I go further into the research of people such as Martin Sweatman, its important that we understand the background and development of the site in question, which has a history that spans from the 7th to 10th millenniums BC.

    For this video I used research from the paper, Cereal processing at Early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe, southeastern Turkey, which can be viewed and downloaded here: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/art...

    This is important background information, so we can learn about the development of the site, not just about the imagery on the T-shaped megalithic stones, but also the rectangular houses that rarely get discussed. Understanding how the site evolved, will help us in our interpretation in what the site meant to the ancient people.

    All images are taken from Google Images, the paper listed above, are courtesy of the German Archaeological Institute, from andrewcollins.com and from Martin Sweatman's YouTube channel, 'Prehistory Decoded', and are all for educational use only.

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    New Laird Scranton on Gobekli Tepe, F2B.



    I've always enjoyed Laird's take on ancient language and ancient history. He talks about the symbolism on the pillars, time, the constellations in relationship to Gobeki Tepe. Worth your time


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    This is really good ichingcarpenter
    Some presenters are easy to listen to and hold my attention --this is the case here.
    Spell binding and a sensible view of the subject.
    Who were we?
    What amazes me is that the symbols for the celestial are the same as used now.
    Scorpion for Scorpio etc
    Symbols of the horoscope.
    They knew the heavens in great detail--how?
    Who taught them?

    I wish they would get on with uncovering the site--many more treasures to be found I suspect.

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    Gobekli Tepe Sister Site: Excavations Begin at Karahan Tepe | Ancient Architects
    As reported earlier this month, archaeological excavations have begun in the southeastern province of Sanhurfa’s Karahan Tepe, another ancient site that is home to more than 250 Neolithic-era T-shaped pillars, which bear a striking resemblance to the more famous ones at Gobekli Tepe, which is 23 miles away from this sister site.

    These pillars of Karahan Tepe were discovered in 1997, but were surveyed in 2000, in 2011 and again two years ago, surveys that were initiated by Istanbul University and headed by Professor Necmi Karul.

    The surveys showed more that 250 T-shaped pillars and experts are almost certain they date back to the same period of Gobekli Tepe, some time between the 10th and 7th millennium’s BC. In fact, Karahan Tepe is just one of 12 more locations in the region that may have Gobekli Tepe-like structures hidden below the surface.

    Watch this video to learn more about Karahan Tepe and please subscribe, like the video and please leave a comment below.

    Thank you to Hugh Newman and Megalithomania for allowing me to use his images in this video. Watch the two videos on Hugh's channel to learn more about this enigmatic site:
    Video 1: https://youtu.be/JGaGH2WY5Wc
    Video 2: https://youtu.be/CXoCRP3isAM

    Also check out the information on Karahan Tepe on Andrew Collins website at http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/art...

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    Live at Gobekli tepe in southern Turkey
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    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOa...euyUTLz3wmuIKQ

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

    does the name Gobekli tepe have any connection with Egyptian zep tepi?

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    Main Line Mufon: Laird Scranton & Mystery of Skara Brae
    Host Jenn Stein talks with author Laird Scranton whose research dives into Neolithic ruins in the village of Skara Brae north of Scotland that dates to 3200 B.C.





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    Many of the glyph shapes used to write ancient Egyptian words are also defined in Dogon and Buddhist cosmology. This presentation announces an alternate method of interpreting Egyptian hieroglyphic words based on explicit Dogon and Buddhist definitions.

    Laird Scranton is an Albany, New York software designer and author of two books on Dogon and Egyptian cosmology and language. His research focuses on relationships between ancient myth and science, and his upcoming book, Sacred Symbols of the Dogon: The Key to Advanced Science in the Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs outlines an alternate method for reading Egyptian hieroglyphs. He has lectured at Colgate University to classes studying his books and was recently invited to write three articles for Temple University's Encyclopedia of African Religion. His article in support of Marcel Griaule's Dogon cosmology based on parallels to Buddhism appears in the April, 2007 edition of Anthropology News, an academic journal published by the University of Chicago. He is featured in John Anthony West's Magical Egypt DVD series.

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    I have had an after thought about the animal drawings depicted on the Gobekli Tepe post which have been interpreted as astronomical in nature. Immediately below those drawings and under the horizontal line is an insect drawing with four legs on either side. It is not a Scorpion. The closest guess I can make is that it may be some sort of spider??? If it is, I am connecting a statement by Kerry Cassidy about the war in Viet Nam really being about an invasion of Spider Beings the size of a Volkswagon Car which entered Earth through a Stargate in the jungle there. These same creatures are supposed to have been responsible for EATING the population of Ankor Watt. My memory is uncertain, but I believe she mentioned there were much deeper levels where a Stargate exists and made a connection about the Spider Aliens coming through. A doorway for entry of dangerous aliens would certainly be a good reason for filling in Gobekli Tepe.

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    Göbekli Tepe, The Younger Dryas and Reconstructing the Ancient Zodiac | Ancient Architects


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    Hi Chris and thank you for the new info:

    Gobekli Tepe Sister Site: Karahan Tepe and all the other related workings in and around Gobekli Tepe.
    I had no idea their was so much, they where very busy, adds more context to Gobekli Tepe and the peoples who built it/her.
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    Gobekli Tepe Zodiac Hypothesis: Questions Answered | Ancient Architects

    As many of you will have seen over the past couple of weeks, I have recently covered the work of Martin Sweatman and his interpretation on Gobekli Tepe, that the Vulture Stone or Pillar 43 is in fact a star map documenting the time on 10,950 BC.

    It is a great hypothesis and I gave it the air time it deserves but not everybody is convinced by his work, which leads me to a paper by the archaeologists who are currently working on Gobekli Tepe, in answer to Sweatman’s hypothesis.

    In the video I offer their points of view and why they think Sweatman's hypothesis may not be true, but I also offer Sweatman's response to their points.

    It's an interesting discussion and with so much of the site still yet to excavate, the definitive answers we are searching for may still be waiting for us underground.

    You can read both the paper from the archaeologists, as well as the response from Martin Sweatman at https://www.academia.edu/33931844/MOR...

    All images are taken from Google Images, from Martin Sweatman's videos on the channel 'Prehistory Decoded' and from the above mentioned paper, for educational purposes only.


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    Urfa Museum Of Gobeklitepe In Turkey

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    Exploring 11,500 Year Old Gobekli Tepe And Other Ancient Sites In Turkey




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    Körtik Tepe ~ Older & The Builders Of Gobekli Tepe & Debunking History

    Older than Gobekli Tepe, ...Located on the Tigris River, Körtik Tepe to me provides part of the answer to who built Gobekli Tepe...and were they hunter gatherers? This site was occupied 12,500 years ago to 11,700 years ago, right in the window of the Younger Dryas cataclysms 12,800 years ago and 11,600 years ag

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    14 Thousand Year Old ENERGY MACHINE? New Discovery Gobekli Tepe! 2019-2020

    Mainstream and independent researchers claim that Gobekli Tepe was a temple. However, Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D. has been the first scientist who has done energy measurements at the site: magnetic field, level of orgone energy, concentration of negative ions, infrasound, ultrasound, NEV (New Energy Vision camera) bioenergy fields.

    His conclusion: Gobekli Tepe is an ENERGY MACHINE!

    Megalithic and pyramid sites researcher Dr. Sam (www.samosmanagich.com), on Gobekli Tepe in Eastern Turkey, arguably the oldest megalithic site in the world.


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    Sefer Tepe ~ Another 11,000+ Year Old T-Shaped Pillar Site


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    The Ancient Gobekli Tepe Creatures That Are Beyond Anyone's Imagination

    There are animals depicted at Gobekli Tepe that don't match any known Earth animal today. As their faces are never depicted, they seem very likely to be related to supernatural beings, beings gathered at Gobekli Tepe for certain, but so far unknown, purposes. One sculpture retrieved from the site labeled "Urfa Man" has haunting black eyes depicted by crystals of obsidian, a sunken chin with no mouth whatsoever, and bears resemblance to some of the Moai heads in Easter Island, thousands of miles away.

    Gobekli Tepe was buried 12,000 years ago by a race forgotten to history, even more strange it that the site was buried intentionally, why was this ancient site hidden from future civlizations ? Dated at around 9,500BC, these stones are 5,500 years older than the first cities of Mesopotamia, and 7,000 years older than Stonehenge.

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    GOBEKLI TEPE - Actual Reasons It Was Buried 9,000 BC Revealed!

    Göbekli Tepe is a name familiar to anyone interested in the ancient history and mysteries. Billed as the oldest stone temple in the world, it is composed of a series of megalithic structures containing rings of beautifully carved T-shaped pillars.
    It sits on a mountain ridge in southeast Turkey, just 8 miles (13 kilometers) from the ancient city of Urfa, close to the traditional site of the Garden of Eden.
    For the past ten thousand years, its secrets have remained hidden beneath an artificial, belly-shaped mound of earth some 330 by 220 yards (300 m by 200 meters) in size.
    Agriculture and animal husbandry were barely known when Göbekli Tepe was built, and roaming the fertile landscape of southwest Asia were, we are told, primitive hunter-gatherers, whose sole existence revolved around survival on a day-to-day basis.
    In this video we will try to answer the various questions that have been left unanswered since its discovery.
    Who created Gobekli Tepe, and why? More importantly, why did its builders bury their creation at the end of its useful life?
    In attempt to answer these questions, we are inspired by the book entitled, Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods.




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    The Mysterious Purpose of Gobekli Tepe Decoded At Last...

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    Oldest Temple in the World" Discovered at Archaeological dig in Mardin (Turkey)

    Described by Archaeological researchers as "The Oldest Temple in the World" yet discovered, this site dates to 11300 Years ago to the time of the builders of #GöbekliTepe



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