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    The fourth richest man in the world (worth $136 billion) celebrated his not-a-milestone, 66th birthday aboard a $2 million-a-week rental yacht ‘Lana’ to the Sea Me Beach club in Fethiye, Turkey. Of course, his other Richie Rich friends joined him there. Among the 50 guests invited to Gates’ private party beside the Mediterranean was the world’s richest man Jeff Bezos, worth a staggering $177 billion. All guests were helicoptered from Bill Gates’s mega yacht, Lana, to the isolated and arresting lagoon. https://luxurylaunches.com/celebriti...ezos-party.php

    It was ok, if they didn't visit Zerzevan Castle and Mithraeum 1 day earlier. But fortunately they couldn't have freedom for Merkaba.

    Zerzevan Castle is located in Diyarbakır Province in the southeast part of Turkey. Its location was at a strategic point on the way from Amida (Diyarbakır) to Dara (Mardin), from Edessa (Şanlıurfa) to Nisibis (Nusaybin) in the ancient period.Existence of a castle named Kinabu on the edge of the ancient road which was used for commercial and military purposes is first asserted in the Assyrian Period (882-611 BC). In the Persian Period (550-331 BC) and today the mentioned road that passes through the territory of Iran, Iraq and Turkey has been used as "The Royal Road”. The route is of great importance in the expedition of the Roman Empire to the east and the Sassanids to the west. It is known that the Sassanid armies marched this road during the western campaigns of 359, 502 and 604 AD and captured Zerzevan Castle. So, the hinterland of Zerzevan Castle, which forms the extreme eastern border of the Roman Empire, witnessed great struggles between the two great powers of the time, Rome and Parthians/Sassanids, who wanted to dominate the region economically, politically and militarily.

    "Zerzevan Castle was a military settlement. The artifacts uncovered by the excavations provide important information about the Roman soldiers, civilians' daily lives and the battles. There are architectural remains such as observation and defensive towers (southern tower), churches, administrative building, arsenal and rock altar in the southern area of the settlement surrounded by city walls. Outside the walls, there are canals, offering bowls and quarries. In the necropolis area there are rock tombs and vaulted tombs. In the north, street-alleys and houses can be observed. Water cisterns, underground church, underground shelter, Mithraeum and many structures functions of which have not yet been identified are seen within the site.

    Mithraeum, the most important structure of Zerzevan Castle, was built on the north end of the walls by carving the main rock into the underground. At the entrance gate of the structure, the inscriptions and symbols are clearly visible. On the eastern wall of the structure, there are columns carved into the main rock, two large niches in the middle and two small niches on the both sides. A bull sacrifice scene is carved on the plaque in the middle big niche. Paint residues can be seen on the belt rising above the two columns around the big niche in the middle. Probably on the aforesaid belt there were symbols belonging to Mithras religion. The crown beam motif as one of the symbols of Mithras is carved on the eastern wall. There is a rather smoothly carved bull blood bowl in one of the small niches and a pool on the ground. The blood bowl and the pool are connected to each other with a channel through the wall and it is known that water was used in the Mithras religious ceremonies. In addition, there are four symmetrical points on the ceiling for hanging the animals during the ceremonies. The hanging points must have been used to sacrifice the bull in Mithras rituals."https://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/6472/
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    I wonder if Gates served Bezos his favorite delicacy, roasted iguana?



    (I just had to post this. This image can't be seen enough times.)

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    Was the foundation of America laid in Diyarbakır?(Zerzevan Castle)

    The badge containing the first official symbol of the USA was found during the excavations of Diyarbakır Zerzevan Castle. It is stated that the Mithras Temple in Diyarbakır was visited by the Rothschild and Rockefeller families.

    The 3,000-year-old Zerzevan Castle, which was used as a "military settlement" during the Roman Empire, has an important symbol. Researcher and writer Erhan Altunay told Ayşe Gültekin of AKŞAM TV the details of the badge, which contains the first official symbol of the USA, which was revealed in Diyarbakır.

    The symbol and text on the badge are also on the dollar. On the badge is the Latin motto "E Pluribus Unum" meaning "From the multitude to unity".

    The symbol on the badge means the union of the thirteen Colonies that make up the USA. An olive branch in the right claw of the eagle and a tightly drawn bunch of 13 arrows in the left represents "the power of peace and war". In the beak of the eagle is the parchment inscribed "E Pluribus Unum", the motto of the first committee, and the bright constellation of thirteen stars above the eagle's head.
    https://www.aksam.com.tr/aksam-tv/ro...i-atildi/59350

    Recent investigations have led to the discovery of a badge bearing the pattern of the Great Seal of the United States as archaeologists continue excavations in Zerzevan Castle, a location previously utilized as a military settlement under the Roman Empire in southeastern Turkey’s Diyarbakir province.

    Excavations work, initiated in 2014 by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Dicle University, the Turkish Historical Society, and some other regional organizations, continue in the 3000-year-old castle.

    A Roman Mithras underground temple, tower defense, church, office building, residential houses, grain and arms depots, bunkers, rock tombs, and water channels, as well as many vital artifacts, were revealed in the Zerzevan Castle.

    Aytaç Coşkun, a faculty member at Dicle University and the head of the excavation team of the site, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that they found a badge during their recent excavation work.

    According to the news in the Daily Sabah, the motif on the surface of the badge, discovered at a depth of 125 centimeters (49.25 inches) on the eastern walls of Zerzevan Castle, was first designed in 1782, Coşkun said.
    https://arkeonews.net/in-turkeys-zer...as-discovered/
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