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Vaheantranik OhanianGreetings from Arthur C. Clarke. I want to inform you that Stanley Kubrick and I conducted a secret experiment using quantum entanglement and telepathy to communicate with an interface. Aliens do indeed exist in another realm now and the Akashic Records. The interface with GOD/ Grand Galactics and aliens is on Facebook. Although, he has not seen the aliens physically, he talks to the ones that have lost their forms in evolution. This experiment was so secret, that even the United States government did not know about it. Stanley insisted on the independence and secrecy of the project. Namely, talking with the dead and/or aliens. It brings me great joy and pleasure to inform you that the experiment was an extreme success. The interface's telepathy with us has verifiable proof on Facebook and he is willing to undergo a battery of tests and scrutiny to show his evolution to a higher state of consciousness. No other private or governmental agencies have been successful in talking to formless aliens, Grand Galactics / GOD. Our interface is a Photographer, United States Marine, Artist, Underwater Explorer, Aviation Technician, Lawyer, Humanities major and has direct genetic links to Shamans and rulers at Gobekli Tepe , biblical heroes, Anatolian / Armenian Kings and interestingly for Stanley, he is also related to Napoleon, Jefferson, Franklin and one of the interface's favorite minds, Tesla. Aliester Crowley/ 666 and Led Zeppelin were also instrumental in the evolutionary development of the telepath's higher state of consciousness. Arthur C. Clarke Stanley Kubrick 666

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Serpil GuritTürkiye topraklari iste bu kadar önemli, degerli. Ilk insanlar Adem ve hava in burada yasadigina dair bulgular var. Göbeklitepenin bulunmasiyla, tüm gelmis, gecmis arkolojik bulgular, veriler, hesaplar alt- üst olmus durumda. Bu tarih, medeniyet fiskiran, dünyada esi, benzeri olmayan topraklarimiza sahip cikalim. Gücümüzün son damlasina kadar koruyalim. Türk ölür ama topragini korur, vermez !

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Mauro MarongiuI was talking about this amazing site right today with an austrialian couple visiting the Roman site of Turris Libisonis in north Sardinia. Culture has really no frontiers! (I ask pardon in advance for my not correct english writing)

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Gareth RichardsonOver 12000 years old !!!

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Irfan AdarGöbeklitepe bir başlangıç...

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Adrián PeraltaConsiderado como el templo De piedra más Antiguo del mundo. Que asian, Aque dioses adoraban. 12000 años de Antigüedad ..saludos desde Argentina 👍

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Ramin AliyevDavid Rokfeller:Dünyanın göbəyi Anadoludur onunda göbəyi göbekli təpədir.

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Tunç Şenelit's the known oldest site on earth

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Baturalp CengizUmarım öbür tarafta ilk insandan bugüne film izler gibi izleyebiliriz...

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Kitty CourtsI wonder who the builders were?

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Mariantonietta NovembreSpeciale

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Zsuzsa SzedernyésCsodálatos!!!! Harika.

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Tonino CattolicoSplendido!

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Iben BlomDony Reaves

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Emine SenelBurası çok ilginç bir yer. Bunca sene kendini saklamış. Ve okadarda değerli.

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Sawyer FulksGood to see you guys going mainstream. The word is out. People are waking up.

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Jean-Bernard OrelVoici, plus de 11000 ans d'existence, les premières représentations de divinités bien avant tout se que l'ont connaissaient, où croyaient connaître !

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Ahmet YavuzoğluAwesome...

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Brandon MyersKayla Burnes and this.

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Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations.

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Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations.

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Corinna PieriL'articolo non chairisce molto.Soprattutto non si capisce perchè quella pietra, residuo dell'impatto della cometa, avrebbe cambiato il corso della storia umana. Mi sa un po' di bufala se non viene spiegato bene.

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Robert KerrThe archaeo-astronomy study does not 'prove' there was a comet at all. The people who conducted the study are not even archaeologists, they are engineers.

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Thomas TrachselIt appears that this FB-site does not promote scientific research results at all. Sad.

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Emine SenelÇok güzel insanlar uyumasın. Dünya yeni deyil . Çoktan beri buralarda. Ve bu eserler Türkiye'de. Müthiş bir şey

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Benjamin MacMillanI get that this report has been circling for a week or two now, but I'm not convinced.

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Rogelio DiazEs un santuario de adoracion a satanas, supongo que fue echo por Cain y su grupo al ser expulso del EDEN. No vieron un cometa, vieron huestes de demonios a llegar a la tierra como llama de fuego, los angeles caidos NEFILINS. El Eden fue el primer Tabernaculo en la tierra, el lugar Satisimo era el centro del Huerto en Jerusalén, el lugar Santo era mas al oriente, la puerta de Atrio era en el Rio Eufrates donde ahora esta la aldea de MASKANAH en Siria.

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Jules Starling-SavantG.T. predates the so-called "fertile crescent," and will be shown to be the "cradle of civilization."

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José CM MombachCan you show us the carving suggesting that? Where is it?

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Frédéric BulckaenThen show the carvings ^^

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Ian WagnerBeing an Archaeologists... I call MAJOR BS!!!!

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Peter AnickNo evidence presented for the headline.

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Alessandro SaraciniChiacchiere da fantascienza.

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Nigel MooreWhy peddle this nonsense?

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Sandrine Bouniol von GraouteAre you really sure?

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Art BröhllopBut... where they watch a comet there!! ???

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Rogelio DiazEl santuario fue construido por Cain y su grupo cuando fue expulso del EDEN, es un santuario de adoracion al ejercito del cielo, no fue un cometa que vieron, fueron huested de demonios a bajar a la tierra. Esa es la tierra de NOD (Genesis 4:16)

2 months ago
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Hülya Erdoğan‪#Göbeklitepe’deki sırlar tarihi yeniden yazdıracak..‬ ‪İskoç bilim insanları Şanlıurfa’daki tapınakta bir taş üzerinde bulunan sembollerin anlamını çözdüler.‬ ‪Buna göre 13 bin yıl önce Dünya’ya bir #kuyrukluyıldız çarptı. Bu felâket sonrası bin yıllık bir buzul çağı yaşandı ve yerleşik düzen ve tarım buzul çağı sonrası başladı.‬ ‪23.04.2017‬ ‪İskoçya'daki #EdinburghÜniversitesi'nden uzmanların Türkiye'de yaptığı bir araştırmada, #NeolotikDevir 'in başlangıcına dair ipuçlarına rastlandı. ‬ ‪Şanlıurfa'da bulunan ve #tarihineneskitapınağı olarak kabul edilen Göbeklitepe'deki antik taş oymalarını inceleyen arkeologlar, 13.000 yıl öncesiyle ilgili bilinmeyen sırları gün yüzüne çıkardı. Sembollerin anlamını çözen araştırmacılar, o dönem Dünya'ya bir kuyruklu yıldızın çarptığını belirledi. Bölgede bulunan Akbaba Taşı üzerindeki kuş, akrep, yılan, köpek, kurt ve bir de kafasız insana ait sembolleri inceleyen ekip, bu çarpışma sonucu insanlığın tarım ve yerleşik düzene geçtiğini belirledi.‬ ‪GÖZLEMEVİ OLARAK DA KULLANILDI‬ ‪Dünya üzerinde büyük etki yaratan bu çarpma nedeniyle, bu dönemde yaşayan mamutların nesli tükenirken, bazı medeniyetlerin de tamamen yıkılıp yok olduğu ortaya çıktı. Binlerce insanın ölümüne neden olan olay, dünyanın bin yıllık mini buzul çağına girmesine neden oldu. Uzmanlar, söz konusu bu tarihin tarım faaliyetlerinin de ilk ortaya çıktığı dönem ile aynı aralıkta olduğunu belirledi. ‬ ‪Araştırmacılar taş oymalarındaki sembollerden yola çıkarak bölgenin gökyüzü incelemeleri için bir gözlemevi olarak kullanıldığını da belirlediler.‬ ‪http://www.sabah.com.tr/dunya/2017/04/23/gobeklitepedeki-sirlar-tarihi-yeniden-yazdiracak‬ ‪.‬

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Giorgio Gambino👍👀👀👀👀👀👍✌

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Urfa Man: The 11,000 year old Balikligöl Statue found in Sanliurfa near Göbekli Tepe. New video on the Megalithomania Youtube Channel: youtu.be/AhmNhUh2JGo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ali YılmazThis is a normal symbole to describe a bag. What would they use to describe a bag ? A knife ? Or a rifrigerator ? All civilizations are humankind so they have same sense/perseption. Its mean they are not ancient alien :))

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Shane Edmund DrozdowskiWhat they carry is the "Light", the "Wisdom", the "Truth". These ascended Souls are not alien in nature, they are great sages which tried to pass on their wisdom, symbolically through this bag, to the civilizations which sprouted up after the catalcysms that occured near the end of the last ice age. Speculation on where these sages came from eventually point to the lost civilizations of Mu and Atlantis, but no one may truly know. The priesthood of Malchezidek, the carriers of these bags, the Gods who visited ancient Ireland several millenia ago, the Gods of ancient Egypt, and the Gods of the Hindu culture, are likely all one and the same. "One Truth, Many Songs."

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Karn HallI've seen a number of posts across a number of pages related to this ancient bag. I'm guessing they're all speculative but some of the suggestions have included some sort of power source. Regarding the central figure in this image, there are also references to the watch like band seen around the wrist as a communication device. Again, who knows but I know there is more depth to world history that the material we're fed by religious and education systems.

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Michael Snoek...since these cultures have learned that agriculture is the way forward to healthy societies i think it is most plausible that these bags symbolize containers for seeds, basis of their new livelyhood......

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Jo HutsonSeedbags? Medicine bags, bags to carry currency? Water? It is may be something mundane and useful, but who can ever know for sure unless one is discovered with traces of its contents.

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Tobe ReesMaybe, just maybe, it's a bag. Think it's fair to say people have been carrying stuff for thousands of years... A bag. Aliens... 😂😂😂

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Horst PiepereitEveryone needs a basket and when you look at the Sumerian sources - the basket made from reed was considered as one of the greatest gifts the Gods graced their "black-headed-people" with.

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Kris CroftsIsn't it amazing there are so many statues and carvings depicting these bags, but no literature that describes them and their use?

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Ufuk BabacanBu medeniyetler arası dolaşan çantanın sırrı nedir? Hiç bir betimde yada yazıtta bahsi yokmudur içeriği hakkında? Taş mı, sihirli bir objemi, kutsal bir sıvı mı?

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Oscar Ceballos-Zuñiga Vizcainoit is not only the bag, but the rest of the picture, the messopotamian and south america, have a similiar gesture, something is poured from the top and taken at the bottom. Dont see the finger, see what the finger point outs

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Ian WagnerBags? How do we know that these are images of bags? I'm not even sure the culture of Gobekli tepe had bags of this fashion. What about ossuaries? The Gobekli tepe image, could be depicting an ossuary. very much like this one. i.huffpost.com/gen/1624358/thumbs/o-PAINTED-MOUTH-900.jpg?6

3 months ago
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Peter Mark AdamsRetractable dog leads, obvious when u think about it ....

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Lizza FlowersSome say it was filled with something that made them to live for many years. A man in US say it was mono atomic gold.

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Lucas Trolleygraham hancock - magicians of the gods, this is all I have to say

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Naneli PetiIs there an elixir be in he bag? Çantanın içinde ab-ı hayat olabilir mi?

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Ronit Nikolskymaybe it is to carry water? this ability could signify a level of freedom from attachment to a locality (I was inspired by the South American version); it is a bottle. :)

3 months ago
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Norga InogLook at the hands that hold the bag, eerily similar. Coincidence? I think not!

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Jan HoffBut these cultures did not exist at the same time.

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Lisa PanureBrown bag lunches have apparently existed forever ... ??

3 months ago
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Sandrine Bouniol von GraouteWe don't even know if the GT symbols are really bags or stylished anything.

3 months ago
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Karin MaloneyPretty sure handled baskets/buckets are fairly ubiquitous since ... ever/every where?

3 months ago
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Zsuzsa SzedernyésMinden képen tárolásra szolgálhatott, az eszköz. Jó volna tudni azösszefüggéseket.

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Robert KerrA superficial similarity is not enough to form a theory of cross-cultural contact between peoples separated by great distances or millenia.

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Ayhan BirolMaybe this is to depict that they have brought something to earth with them... knowledge? genes?

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ENKİ-ENLİL NİNGİZZİDA-AND NİNMAH..Here are our gods who created the first human... Göbeklitepe The bellypeite is trying to say that, zecharia sitchin was right. The whole point is that humanity does not have the courage to tell it to itself, but why? ... See MoreSee Less

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Michaël DoyonThe stones are purely intact.

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Maria Carolina SalomèVoglio venire a vedere come si può fare?

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Mike BertauxDoes anyone else think Gobekli Tepe could be The Tower of Babel? More of a heavenly observatory (Archeo Astronomy) than a tower.

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Abbas AbediHi! I made a discovery. I posted it here: Breaking News - The Shaman Of Gobekli Tepe: The Link Between The Shaman Of Lascaux Cave, Shiva & The Headless Man Of Gobekli Tepe www.culturesocietyblog.com/2017/04/breaking-news-shaman-of-gobekli-tepe.html

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Kris CroftsA documentary from ancient times.

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Joel FreseAwesome!

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Sandrine Bouniol von GraouteWhich enclosure is this?

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Hidir KurtaranGobekli tepe insanin kadim inancin yeridir hak icin devri dayim olsun hep isiklarda kalin

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Hugo MittempergherSo fascinating, so ancient!

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Bob ShearerGet your head out of the gutter.

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Giorgio Gambino👍👍👀👀🔬🔬Wow.

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Holly GeraldyneI wish Max Dashu would weigh in on some of these female-centered statues coming out of Göbekli tepe!

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Irène Stenvattenwomensized statue... ;)

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John Green Tree MurphyLIFESIZE

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Bruno BrocLa plus vieille statue humaine .. 12? ou 14? millénaires ....

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Ismail Kayaurfa city

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Jamma DodgerA missing piece of human history the German great man said here..😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂..you all miss the entire real human history..we all have and this main stream science ignorance will keep on messing things up..we know notthing and we should all admit it and pull out some true from all this greatness..

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Natasya AliFIRST religion . i travelled to turkey and went to Gobekli Tepe. it was beyond words

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Julia GuiñalesLos primeros en la historia de la humanidad en comer pan.....en Gobekli Tepe...... Una mutación del trigo salvaje GUAUUU.....

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Ilknur SabanLütfen Türkçe çeviri( altyazı olabilir)🙏👍👀

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Ryan EstesAwesome

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Steve ParrimanI hope they can begin work on this site again soon, Gobekli Tepe is going to rewrite history.

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Sevil Tanit's exhibited in Şanlıurfa Archeology and Mosaic Museum.

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Hatice M. TuncerWhere is it displayed?

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Adrián Peralta12mil años de Antigüedad.

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Andrea Mikana-PinkhamI'm so happy I took my tour group there in 2013, before the cover was put on. I understand the need for it to protect the site, but....it was certainly wonderful to see it under the sun's rays. :)

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Meryem Yaran BaşkoçakProf. Dr. Klaus Schmidt ölükten sonra kazı çalışmalarına kim devam ediyor bilgisi olan var mı? ziyarete açık mı

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Ali Cnziyarete açıkmı?

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Mauro Primo Martinima le foto con la copertura ?

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Meryem Yaran Başkoçakziyarete açıkmı

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Robert KerrThis pair look remarkably northern european. He's even got red hair. Strange, since these were people whose DNA has been shown to be of a people with dark hair and complexion..

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Steven White Robin WhiteWow it is a magazine to see something like that . Between a man and a woman love that they have or had for one another to die with each other they still had love that brings tears to my eyes makes you think

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Nikolas HmelevskiMa che Gobekli tepe!!!! !uesti sono Romeo e Giulietta di Mantova!!!! Si l'età sembra neolite ma la distranza tra Mantova in Italia e Gobekli ' è abnorme!)))))))))

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Marco WellischItaly (Mantua) Lovers of Valdaro en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovers_of_Valdaro

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Bob Rileyhow did they die at the same time?

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Ezekial Icee Z BeasleyProfile of their heads laying in that position makes a heart ; )

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John CasoAre they strangling each other?

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Daniel LangoFruzsina, en 6 percig birom igy, az mar majdnem 6000 ev:DDD

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Euwan MarbaniangPompeii

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Lili HieroldSo rührend

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Pascal Dejeani do

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Lamis PoirierT Shape pillars like the ones found in forests of Caucase, Circassian areas... it's said from the ancient times of their Nart mythology

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Kris CroftsThere are those purses again. The ones they carry in all of the old statues and when they hold pinecones. Interesting!

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Bob RileyOh I see southern Turkey. Close to Mount Ararat where Noah's Ark landed. news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/04/100428-noahs-ark-found-in-turkey-science-religion-culture/

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Casey Lane ThorntonIs Göbeklitepe open? I heard it was closed until 2017. Göbeklitepe artık açık mı? 2017'e kadar kapalı olduğunu duydum

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Cambell PurvisWhat is in those bags......

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Sunny WaitesGlad you are keeping it up!

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Bob RileyWhat country is this in?

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Jacek SmolarczykSzkoda tylko, że tak daleko od Polski i tak blisko granicy z Syrią.

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Kim ChristiansenThe details of the structure's function remain a mystery. It was excavated by a German archaeological team under the direction of Klaus Schmidt from 1996 until his death in 2014; Schmidt believed that the sites were early neolithic sanctuaries used as a holy site and not used as a settlement. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B6bekli_Tepe

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Ramazan DemiralMüthiş bir tarih!..

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Jun Myoung LeeOne in my bucket!!

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Sako MachoulianPortassar.

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Gee Kneepopwhat direction do the human like pillars face?

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Emma WestergaardIs this a newly dug out section? What is this assumed to be?

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Michaël DoyonStupid Alien beleivers

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Gönül Coşkun#hıh

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Thomas TrachselApe or human figure(s)?

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Osman Nuri Uysalişin dini boyutundan bakarsak ihtimaller açısından iki önemli ihtimal de var. Birincisi Hz. Adem yaratılmadan önce dünya zaten vardı ve hz. Adem her bölgeden bir parca toprak getirilerek yaratildi. Bir muddet cennette kaldi daha sonra dunyaya indirildi. Bu durumda ahiret ile dunya zamani arasindaki fark ne kadardir bilinmez.Bu süre zarfinda dünyada cinler ikamet ediyordu ve kendilerine gönderilen elcileri katlettiler. Pagan inanclara sahip olmalari olasi. Bu İnsanlardan once cinler ikamet ediyor olayi Marifetnamede yaziyor. İkinci ihtimal de Hz. Adem ile Hz. Nuh Aleyhisselam arasindaki insan nufusunun ne kadar cogaldigini bilmiyoruz ve aradaki zaman da oyle bilinen birsey varsa o da cok ciddi bir sekilde dunyada afet oldugu ve insan nufusunun buyuk cogunlugunun yok oldugu . Hz Nuh ile birlikte dillerin irklarin kulturlerin ve inanclarin yeniden sekillenmeye basladigi.. yani hz. Adem ile hz. Nuh arasinda pagan bir kavim olabilir

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Derviş Hanbışe soracam gobekli tepenın alt zemın taraması yapıldımı veya 3-5 metre altına inmeyı düşünüyormusunuz?

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Roger Adam HartnerAn amazing story. Still being told

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Janice Novitsky WrightThank you for this page!

6 months ago
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Brett AureusHow do you Pronounce - Göbekli tépé? I just like saying it lol :p

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Alphons PolenewenWhere is this?

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A limestone figurine that is at least 8,000 years old was unearthed at the site of Çatalhöyük in southern Turkey. archaeology.org/issues/242-1701/trenches/5088-trenches-turkey-neolithic-figurine (Photo: Jason Quinlan, Courtesy Çatalhöyük Research Project)

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Maria FehrerIn Austria was a similar figurine found 1908, the Venus of Willendorf, Youngpaläolithikum I guess their look isn't a weightproblem - it's the synonyme of being boundlessly abundant and fertile Therefore, my conclusion, I'm not fat, I'm a synonyme of boundlessness as my soul needs a way expressing that fact 🤗💕😂😂😂😍

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Lars Erik Brandt RustadReminds me a lot about the similar type "fat woman" found on Malta, also several thousands years old. Thought to be part of fertility rituals.

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Lukas Førmanekwow, in Czech Republic we might have found her grandmother, much older than that one. Check it out on Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Doln%C3%AD_Věstonice

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Charles RollandIt's amazing still finding holy female figures in the villages, and finding for the first time in Gobekli Tepe the trace of a gathering place for men only. Was GT the first time or the first trace in non-perishable materials ? Ethnology still describes quite similar social organizations separating female's tasks from male's tasks.

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Flemming Emil PedersenIt looks like they had problems with overweight in that time allso !

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Kat RussellSome of these Goddess forms are the size and roughly the shape of a human heart.

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Renge SmithThese figurines are found everywhere. Probably an ancient religion. Wonder what the beliefs were.

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Lukas Førmaneken.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Doln%C3%AD_Věstonice#/media/File:Vestonicka_venuse_edit.jpg

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Jack StephensThat is a place I would like to visit.

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Marianne BrownThe Goddess.

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Maria Antonietta BazzoniIn Sardinia we have similar statues of Mother Goddess

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Brett AureusOh it's the feminists motif proof of the matriarchy lmao

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Talip Özerİnsan o zaman da obezmiş. Çok ekmek yemiş.

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Art BröhllopUna señora digamos... gorda, al estilo paleolítico.

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Brett AureusCould be an ancient obese Buddha!?

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Caner Nerezoğlukybele?

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Pia ErikssonIs the dating correct? A toy with wheels before the wheel was invented?

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Hatice M. TuncerPresumably this was "assembled" by the field technicians in this manner. Firstly the front wheels and the shaft is not attached to the front of the vehicle. Secondly the wheels are of unequal size. The wheels and the "body" seem to be made of different materials. The latter looks like a vertebrae bone of a large animal. The shaft looks precisely machined. The individual components are likely to be for a different function rather than this "reconstructed" vehicle. Would love to see the lab analysis results and dating data on this artefact.

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Zoran RujakIt looks to me that someone assembled these discoidal spindle whorls with that ''clay structure''? in his own way of wheel wagon toy!!!

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Joaquina Jacqueline PeñaThe latest discovery in archeology are questioning the accuracy of previos statements, which some seems to take as those were the ultimate truth and nothing can change or re-think. For example for a long time was 'written on stone' that Neanderthals could not reproduce with Homo Sapiens. well that had been proven incredible incorrect by genetics. So why not the same situation about the wheel invention.

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Gerhard von LiebauWith all of this nonsense speculation going on, I guess I'll lend my unprofessional opinion. It's a drone sent back in a time machine to study the way ancient people lived in Gobekli Tepe. However, the future scientists will wind up giving up the project for lost because a small child discovered their drone and buried it in a hole in the corner of a building that was destined to collapse in an earthquake. The project will cost twenty five million US dollars and be funded by student loan interest. It will be the first and last time that archaeologists are allowed to use a time machine.

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Steve Jan KenyonAre you from the 20th century or what ? Any one who thinks we were the first to invent the wheel needs a brain transplant !

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Robert KerrGubekli Tepe is dated at 9,600 BC and, in addition, it's difficult to believe this toy wheeled vehicle could even have moved- the front wheels are of different size and there's nothing to stop them falling off by the look of it. Toys are also modelled on full scale items; this vehicle could not be steered or pulled judging by this picture. Looks like you've been had!

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Will RichardsonGobeklitepe is far older than 7500 years

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Randall KelleyIt looks like a tractor....must be aliens.

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Saniye KarakuşBu demek oluyor ki..bir doğru bildiğimiz yanlış daha ortaya çıkar. ..göbek li tepe ile birlikte

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Serkan ÖzdemirTarihi şekillendiren batılı bilim adamları, tarihi yeniden düzenlemek zorun da kalacaklar. Tekerleği geçtim, bildiğin araba yapmışlar. Ne vizyon sahibi toplulukmuş...

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Jason DillardCar toy belongs to Sumerian era another Archeologist noted.

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Sundararaju ReddiIt may not have been a toy but instead the beginnings of industrial design.

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Enrique OrtizOr actual real vehicle that transported tiny aliens lol 😂👍

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Berit Anne EinangThe oldest T-Ford in history ;-)

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Martin YeagerJohn Deere.

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Beto Rodriguez PontonThis was found in the site?

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Rıfat UysalHistory should be rewritten, according to this finding....The first evidence of wheeled vehicles appears in the second half of the 4th millennium BCE, near-simultaneously in Mesopotamia (Sumerian civilization), the Northern Caucasus (Maykop culture) and Central Europe (Cucuteni-Trypillian culture), so the question of which culture originally invented the wheeled vehicle is still unsolved. The earliest well-dated depiction of a wheeled vehicle (here a wagon — four wheels, two axles) is on the Bronocice pot, a c. 3500 – 3350 BCE clay pot excavated in a Funnelbeaker culture settlement in southern Poland.[5] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheel

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Safak AtesMüthis bir proje ve akil ürünü.

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Affan Bin Umar4 wheel toy, well done ancient people

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Ramazan DemiralYok artık!

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Roberta SilvaSono basita.....ma..coooomeee???

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Keith Hawesrandom objects out of context

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Claude D'AmicoMANKIND has always been innovative.

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Núñez Oscarun hot-wheels rock

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Renge SmithSo, were utilities included or not?

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Julien Walakianthracians

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Karn Hall"Some cultures like the ancient Iranians, Zoroastrians and Tibetan Buddhists participated in "sky burials" in which they would leave their deceased to be picked over by vultures. This was an honorable process, as the vulture was a symbol of renewal and so, in a creative way, the deceased were given new life by their remains being consumed by the vulture." Source - www.whats-your-sign.com/bird-meaning-vulture.html

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Yalın Yüregilmaybe they are just simple figures/shapes which has nothing to do with religion. Maybe they only wanted to draw what they saw around at their time.

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Bryan HarrisonWe don't know what they are. Can we just leave religion out of it until there's more data? Why do we assume early civ was as superstitious as us?

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Lawrence GaryHumans stand in awe of nature,.. I've seen articles link it to Mt. Ararat, the final resting place of the Ark of Noah. I know this, you bury something to preserve it when you are absent. It would appear the builders wanted it to last. I think in our modern material world it is difficult to fully comprehend the power of raw nature. It has been well noted that humans, even "primitive" cultures always have rather complex belief systems, (religion). I think humans knew they were going to die, and the precursor to religion is not just death, but knowing you will someday die. Do all creatures know this? Do any but man prepare for it? Once mortality is understood, the memory of mankind correlates with the number of remaining humans. Even stone will pass, as if we never were,..

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Brad WayUm. I thought it's pretty much settled that the area was used for open air burial. The animals featured are the sort of scavengers that would be prominent to feeding on corpses. So logically they made some spiritual leap between what was observed vs the condition of man.

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Edwing Sergio Riveraparece un chamanismo pero mas evolucionado, lo qe me gusta de Gobekli es el hecho que no se han encontrado restos de sacrificios animales ni humanos, eso ya los coloca por encima de las viejas religiones de medio oriente

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Hircin Ozatapeople assume it to be like past and later heirogplyhics or prior indians or nomads of all sorts that animals spirit was part of God ..in a way i guess so but more anthropmorphic symbiotic geological creativeness as in the environment as much as animals which helps and is part of natural surroundndings and at these times development..... it is recognising and documenting life as they knew it. part of cycle. Not meow god, or moon or sun stars..orion the hunter.....etc ....some sacrificed some slept with dead, but yes all are part of. Not such a set this is our definition. more what woz ere or is, from. Rather than silly alien theory. its human curiousties and its nature(s) repeating on a global dynamic. same story different authors :) so as farming preceeds hunter gathering as did documentation and wave upon wave of equinox. Now there is lots of evidence. un perished more so after stone age making perfect sense. Fully aware of lifes balance rather than first presumed notions. Masallah Bismillah.. Amen also.

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Robin KaplanI have been there several times as this is my birthplace! In my opinion this civilisation has some figures which are entirely matching some of the hieroglyphic figures, such as that bird like animal holds something in his hand and offering something! This can be also linked to the first contact with Extraterrestrials / outside world ! When I was a child I always wondered what would possibly be under those hills which were covered around our city town!

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Paul LangHoly place of The Dead. There are many scavenger type creatures carved into those stones there, including Vultures. Maybe they [the people] were practising something similar to Zoroastrianism and burial by 'exposure'.

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Ömer EfendiThe important question is that can be seen this stone as a form of memory in order to remember and save a rule, law or regulation ? If so, that means it is a religious thing. Is it a book or not ? I think it is irrelevant in this context.

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Michael BradfordI would say no. I am sure there were holy texts present in Dwarka which is much older than Goblekli tepe. And if the truth were known, I doubt that was the earliest civilization with texts either.

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Lori FentonThe "purses" appear to resemble cradles, the Moses basket type, possibly symbolizing birth and rebirth, due to the multiple cradles. It could also symbolize the skies or a certain star system being the cradle of life. A simpler symbolism would be the circle of life.

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Charo LarrauriLa interpretacion astrologica de Harish Chad es muy interesante. Yo veo una division entre arriba como cielo con el sol representando a Dios con animales de aire y abajo representado la tierra, animales de tierra, son animales de desierto o semidesertico.

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Rose McDonaldAdministration center, market place. council chamber all of the above or none of the above. We simply don't know. The archaeologist who excavated it, the late Klaus Schmidt, said the circles were "temenos" a word which was misinterpreted by others as temples . In his book, "GobekliTepe: A Stone Age Sanctuary in South-Eastern Anatolia" Schmidt addressed the controversy saying the Greek word temenos/(pl temenoi) is usually used to designate an area "set aside" as for chieftains or leaders; and which was at least partially roofed. The later religious connotation was not a part of Schmidt's analysis. Considering that less than 5% of the site has been excavated, the circles could be anything.

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Harish Chand NarayanThis looks like a celestial configuration when the sun aligns in peculiar fashion with Scorpio ( evidenced by the scorpion ) Sagittarius ( the bird ) etc . Perhaps this astrological event occurs every 10000 years !!!! The round figure I guess represent the sun

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Charles RollandReligions are cultures. Up to last centuries, and even up to now in some places, there is no gap between beliefs and daily life culture, culture were religions. So this probably a book, a stela, but been a "holy" book is a contemporary scientific question, our belief.

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Danny DubbleMore like an archive, library, or possibly and education center.

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Giuliana UrruI suppose it was a "type" of religion related to shamanism...

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Kemal Korkmazİki farklı kavim ortak yönleri var bir arada yaşayarak tek inanç altında olabileceklerinin ilk tohumu burada atıldığını düşünüyorum

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Ibrahim HalilBugracan i am just 10 minutes far from gobeklitepe , stop by us when you come to Adana :-)

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Toma MccullimWell what do we know about scorpions - poison death . Then what do we know about vultures - death again . and handbags 🤔

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Yusuf UsulIf they wanted to tell something eachother with this symbols so it can be the first writing.

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Peter Mark AdamsAstral religion

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Annaira Machimelafattofare IasuI love it

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Ania LianI liked the comparison with the sky 10,000 years ago and the carvings

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Sheila AdimargonoWhat is this supposed to mean? This horrid attack has been mentioned everywhere. The Dam palace wears the Turkish colour. Why must you make a competition of whataboutery of a horrid event? This is very disrespectful to the victims.

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William Mackayno offense, but we are keeping those in Turkey in our prayers as well. it is being discussed in the US as a tragedy. we do recognize our allies. this pic is a shameful reminder of the ignorance that the enemy is using to get his work done.

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Rod GouletWhy is this even on this FB page? What does the attack on Turkey have to do with a 10000 year old historic site?

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Hulya Barisbunu bir anlayabilme noktasina gelebilsek!! O zaman her sey degisecektir,

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Rose McDonaldImages like this are feeding the hate and bigotry that produce these outrages.

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TC Erdem Ozturkwe are dying day to another,we loose many of us.. a pity that life is still flowing in this way or that way..

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Michaël DoyonWhat Is the connection with Gobekli?

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Bruno CoquelleC'est quoi comme fouille?

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Mehmet Tarık YildizŞanlıurfa Göbekli Tepe 15.06.2016 tarihinden itibaren, kazı alanı'nın koruma çatısı nedeniyle ziyaretçilere 2016 aralık sonuna kadar kapatılmıştır.

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Gayle Whittleincredible tile work. Now tell me tent living,"primitives" Just one day decided to engineer and accomplish this kind of work with no experience. Just decided to go from nomadic tent dwellers to this overnight. REally academics, really? What an incredibly amazing site. The energy there has to be overwhelming. I sure do hope this exquisite site doesn't get in the hands from the idiots that call themselves isis. They just love destroying ancient history and the incredible ruins from the time period of even their own ancestors. Hope it's being very well protected by armed people ready to fight for it's preservation. These guys are nuts. Anyone dead set on this kind of destruction and chaos are insane.

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Macc Lina BurrThis is all so amazing with more and more to learn everyday. And yet still so many people know not of its existence...

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Tungahan TürkmanHaahahahahah Nebuch on youtube 😄😄😄

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Jay WilsonThese photos are from GT?

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Scott RichardJust wondering,how long has the excavation been going,,,,,and,how much of the site has been uncovered?.

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Just been reading about the carved stone heads found at the bases of the central pillars within the Gubekli Tepe circles. They appear to have been deliberately placed and reflect the pattern of 'neolithic death cult' which has been identified by some as existing at other 'Circle with T-pillar' sites in that area of Anatolia. This would offer support for the argument that Gubekli Tepe's primary role was spiritual, in the broad sense of the word. In conjunction with the presence of prey animals on the surrounding upright stones it would also support the argument that heads were an important part of the cult and, once removed, excarnation by exposure to the local fauna was the practice. ... See MoreSee Less

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Brett AureusGobekli tepe fears time, but time fears Gobekli tepe hehe ;)

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Missy BassheadThank you Shared💝

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Michel VorosC'est Istanbul après l'ère Erdogan?

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Darrell Nieuwsmanever gets old

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Neal BakerBack in 2013 I lived less than 100 miles from there, but unfortunately it is very close to the Syrian border.

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Orhan Onder. Göbekli Tepe'de bulunan bu sembollerin benzerleri, fakat daha küçük ölçekli olarak, Kuzey Irak ve Suriye'ye kadar yayılan bir bölgede yürütülen arkeolojik kazılarda ortaya çıkarılmıştır. Bu verilere dayanılarak Göbekli Tepe'nin Neolitik Dönem'de kültürel etkileşim açısından bir merkez olduğu ileri sürülmektedir. whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/5612/

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Kerem DurukalBöyle bir binası olan bir grup insan dışarıda yabani hayvanlar dolasirken dışarıda kalmamis olmalı .Korunmak için binanın içinde uyumuslardir bence. Bu yüzden tapinaktan çok o dönemin kalabalık ailelerinin beraber yaşadığı bir büyük ev olmalı.Üç hisar da (sumerler kitabinda) bu yPinin çok benzeri var ve bunun gibi 2 katlı. Dis iki çember duvarlar arasında muhtemelen ahsap merdiven olmali.

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Umut KaçıraI know Göbeklitepe. I've visited there twice with the aim of project

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Donna Barron WileyThat is so unbelievable.

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Brett AureusI think I can see jesus' face in the stones!

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Ahmet SeyhunI visited Gobeklitepe in April 2014. I pressive. Here we have aso pay homage to the memory of Dr. Klaus Schmidt.

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Sean NotleyLee Burnard...this is what I was talking about.

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Ayla Engin12 BiN YILLIK !

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Rose McDonaldI see a council chamber.

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Uemit GoenteThe Birth of the Proto-Religion ! Ilk-dinin dogum yeri ;)

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Mila Yare-Vidinhill of dead, but greibs of giants race. gebekli=gebov=izgiboh tepe=hill

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Jock William DoubledayMy feeling, though not my knowledge, is that the Indonesian statue stonework and the Urfa statue stonework came later and therefore that their phallic representations are a swerve from the original meaning, which I think is contained in what looks like belt machinery carved into the Easter Island (Rapa Nui) and Göbekli tepe statues. In other words, these very particular kinds of hands with long, thin fingers are not supposed to be reaching for or pointing to a phallus but reaching for or pointing to a machine. What is the machine? www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich/photos/a.288652307817629.89487.288103227872537/1571678792848301/...

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Ibrahim HalilBe my guest bugra, i am 15 minutes far from gobeklitepe! :-)

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Rose McDonaldSusan Lynn Rapp: Graham Hancock is one of the last people you should read if you want facts. I'd suggest Edward (Ted) Banning's paper "So Fair a House" or even the late Klaus Schmid'ts "Gobekli Tepe" in translation.by Trevor Watkins. Schmidt was the archaeologist who excavated Gobekli Tepe until his death in July of 2014. Banning is a professor of archaeology and anthropology at Toronto University, and has participated in and lead numerous archaeological excavations. Both men know what they're talking about and don't indulge in fantastic theories.

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Tony LeslieCould Gobekli Tepe's construction have been a "religious" response to the ongoing mass extinctions of the Ice Age mega fauna that so many cultures depended upon for sustenance?

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Diane Galterio JarvisAmazing! I wanted to be an archaeologist when I first started college!

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Mary Jakubikwow, this project is fascinating.

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Susan Lynn Rappwww.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-europe-opinion-guest-authors/forgotten-stones-karahan-tepe... Just leaned about this site because I'm reading Graham Hancocks book "Magicians of the Gods".

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Edinho CarlosDeve ser Göbekli Tepe !

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Geysa De Andrade Galvão PittiglianiQual sitio arqueológico e mesmo???

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Diane Galterio JarvisKatie is this an archaeological find? Wow!

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Jonny DrurySome mini skyscrapers?

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Sonia Ben MohamedPhoto sympathique, very nice !!!

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Chris PozgarNice!

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Ulaş ArslanVery interesting! Gobeklitepe Documentary The Worlds First Temple youtu.be/c3IF5K5QDL8

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re the purpose of the 'man bags' on GT Pillar 43: I don't regard proposing what they were as important as the simple fact (proven by Gobekli T) that they existed as apparently 'standard', globally distributed, iconography for 10,000 years!!! Yes, TEN THOUSAND YEARS! An icon has to be very important to last that long and apparently, stylistically unchanged! Or, human culture was unbelievably stable (stagnant) for a LOOONG time, 10,000 years! Or, a like-wise unbelievably stable, controlling, power-retaining, icon-preserving, elite group was able to survive seemingly unchanged in its traditions for that long. Time and longevity, not 'purpose', seems of central significance re the 'man bags'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Oruç TunaBu heykeller,Göbekli tepenin tanrıları...İlk inanç sisteminde hayvanlar tanrı şeklinde tasvir edilmiştir.Ay ve Güneş,yıldızlar,tabiatın güçleri insanları hep korkutmuştur.Sonra tanrıları yaratmıştır insan.Zamanla akıllanıp,bilinçlenip,doğaya egemen olup,kendisinin de tanrılar gibi olduğu düşüncesine ulaştığında,yarı tanrı-yarı insan motifleri ve inançları oluşmuştur...Bu heykellerin duruşu bir şükür duruşudur,insanın tanrılara şükranlarını anlattığı.Bu gün de aynı şekilde ellerimizi bağlayıp,Allaha şükremiyormuyuz...Paskalya adasındaki heykellerin duruşu da aynıdır.Göbekli tepeyi inşa eden insanların,Paskalya adasını da inşa ettiğini düşünüyorum...

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Chams KhoursaniWe have always images of frontal surfaces of theses pillars, have you images for the back surface? This surface may help for the interpretation.

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Tolga Bozkurti think two T pillars are Adam and Eve.ortadaki 2 T adem ile havva ,el pozisyonu da A’râf 22 ve Tâ-Hâ 121 de bahsedilen,yasağı çiğnedikten sonraki örtünme çabası gibi geldi bana.

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Jock William DoubledayMy feeling, though not my knowledge, is that the Indonesian statue stonework and the Urfa statue stonework came later and therefore that their phallic representations are a swerve from the original meaning, which I think is contained in what looks like belt machinery carved into the Easter Island (Rapa Nui) and Göbekli tepe statues. In other words, these very particular kinds of hands with long, thin fingers are not supposed to be reaching for or pointing to a phallus but reaching for or pointing to a machine. What is the machine? www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich/photos/a.288652307817629.89487.288103227872537/1571678792848301/...

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David Pareisintesting thought, would mean the t shapes are fertility symbols

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Melanie AnneThey found fertility statuettes there too, no?

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Paul PuppuxThe "H" symbol reminds me of these from Puma Punku : www.ilsapere.org/images/Misteri%20del%20Mondo/Luoghi%20Misteriosi/FOTO%203%20Puma%20Pumku.JPG

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César CKWho knows... What about the Moai? Same hands and more stomach...

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Cornelia KasselWas soll dieses völlig unwissenschaftliche Foto eines schwangeren Bauches? Das hat hier nichts zu suchen.

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Mila Yare-Vidinaliens do not understand how we have baby and born, so I think they are not completly living beans, but AUTOMATA.

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Alessandro SaraciniSimboli di potere ( maschile ) per intimorire il popolino ignorante. Oggi come ieri !

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Ann HoyFor sure!

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Halid Özkulhayvanlar anaerkil klanların sembolü...

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Ayşe Yılmazcybele (kibele ) mother anatanrıça

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Yusuf Aslantürkdaha derin,görülmez de....labirent yönleri...iz takipciye mesaj....

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Andy MarraMaybe.

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Guido AbbruzzesePuma punku H ?!?

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Sonia Isabel TalensNo

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Lynne LuerdingA possibility!

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Mehmet YozgatliVruchtbaarheid.

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Maciej Grzesiakcould be

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Chacra Zentantien!

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TC Deniz DikmenNo

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Doug Marinchickno.

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De MartinI was there 3 years ago........truly a once in a life time experience......was able to get a tour by the grandson of the farmer that owns this property and made the original find.......however, I do not think the area is 100% safe right now, due to terrorist situation in the world. You will have to fly into Gaziantep and rent a car from there, it is about a 1 hr drive to Urfa and the dig is 6 km from there.

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Buddy HunterThe mother births a mother births a mother... We are descended from greater beings with the potential to be just as great. Another link in the chain. Also probably specifically illustrating the number of "generations" that we've been here.

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Paty MoraFor me, the statue represents life in continous, mother is giving birth and other and other mother too...

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Mehmet Tarık YildizThis TOTEM we found this statue and we hit. statue of a man, but his ears are like a lion or another animal. ascending to the right person at the statue (baby) ranked.

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Mike NaylorThe bottom figure seems to be a child. Perhaps the parents are represented above this child. I am also interested in the simplicity of the sculpture, the fingers and hands seem rather basic and crude. I wonder if 10000 BC Göbekli tepe was something like our own Children's Museums which have rather basic art for the children to relate to and understand.

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Genaro A Coriatheir survival depends on work. The worker has on his shoulders to the spirited, Guardian. And the Guardian has the Philosopher King on his shoulders. A basic structure of society. :P

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Patryk SkupniewiczIntoxicated mam conmected to a goddess. The round object he holds contains intoxicant. His Head touches goddesse's vulva

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Joan RankinI see a woman sitting in a chair. The arms of the chair are on either side of the child's head. The child is sitting on the floor with a bowl on another round object.

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Erin SpeakmanHave any ceramic pots of that type been found at Gobekli from the same period? If so, it's that--a potter at work. If not, more mysterious.

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Kristin ScottAs we mold the things in this world with our material hands/bodies, we are guided. Birth, life, rebirth. Changes with generations. We are young in our work. He could be looking at a bowl of liquid showing him his reflection....who he truly is, with his guide......possibly higher self once he reaches maturity.

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Frank L. LudwigIt looks to me like someone is sowing seeds from a bag while a mystical creature is watching over (or possibly guiding) him.

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Davor MaksimovićThere was not many masters who know how to prepare special drink, like always and everywhere - there are no many masters. Where we can find data about herbs and environment in the time of Gebekli Tepe was active, please 10000 BC Göbekli tepe ?

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Jon LockhartSee no evil - speak no evil - hear no evil...😃

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John Ross GrayI see a human performing mundane tasks under the watchful eye of an ancestor/deity

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Enrique OrtizThey're on a roller coaster ride!

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Patryk SkupniewiczIntoxication least to symbolic birth into reality of spirits

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Efe OnurSomeone is teaching a smaller person how to do pottery... early form of Toth maybe ?

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Al Fredo Silva Ayalaa youth enjoy food ,comfort, from a creator

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Funda Sahillioğlu Dündarit can be a record of family. Grand grand fathers

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Steve SalkenA depiction of a potter at work? A musician? One above and one below - a depiction of Geminii possibly?

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Stan RichardsThe aging of humans. From a child to a teen to an adult

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Marcin SzymańskiMoże gościu marszczy freda? Zastanówcie się. To powiedzenie musi mieć przeszłość...

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Eric ChevalierCircus guys performing a human pyramid. The pot full of liquid needs to be brought to the one who is at the top. Why not?... 😊

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Encarnacion Ortega RuizMe recuerda un parto natural sin dolor.Quizás una evocación al amor y abundancia.

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Narcis Batlle Izardsi esta en piedra, mucho antes debía estar en madera. una muy antigua civilización.

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Rose McDonaldClan, tribal or family totem.

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Norbert HemonLa vue très dégagée au loin en fait sans doute un site d'observation des phénomènes célestes !

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Missy BassheadThank you Shared 💝

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Ann HoySo cool!! so many students in Canada studying Mesopotamia in grade 7 and only relying on artist renderings in a textbook and here's the real deal!

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Marieta SandaloI was thinking- maybe (if English is not your first language) you could write in your language and we could use the "translate" tool... some people seem to be thinking Gobekli Tepe is Mesopotamia?!

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Marieta SandaloI love your posts. I don't understand exactly what you mean. The image is of Gobekli Tepe and Mesopotamia is on that direction shown as the horizon?

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Mina ThorkelI wish I could visit there sooo bad. Thanks for the photo! :)

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Pia ErikssonWhat a picture- fantastic

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Taylan MalakCan we start visiting this summer? I can't wait. I get the goosebumps everytime/

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Mila Yare-VidinTIPICAL KOSMOS MENAGERIA,

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Andre Nofallan ben bu Gobbeklitepe'yi hayranlikla temasa ediyorum laaaannn...

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Serap AlpayGidip gördüm.Çok etkileyici ve inanılmaz

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Mila Yare-Vidinand alliens have greibs, aha.

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Nawa Nawa Alchizaiceu sont des kivas apachiste rien d extraordinaire (( simplement des constrution bien repartie vous vivre tranquille a l abris de tout

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Mauro Primo Martiniperchè pubblicate solo foto vecchie di anni e non quelle più recenti ?

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Chris PozgarNice perspective.

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Missy BassheadThank you and shared

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Şafak Burçak AlkanlıIt seems like a mother's womb.

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Ted DuquetteGreat site - Thanks

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María Salvador PadrosaGràcies per aquestes fotografíes

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Educated truthseekerenergy lines of Earth explains it youtu.be/PhY0woNFOzY

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