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1 week ago

Göbekli Tepe

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Casey Royer

2 weeks ago

Göbekli Tepe

What is Gobekli Tepe by Klaus Schmidt
instagram.com/gobekli.tepeIn the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TED...
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John Gribben

Schmidt's ideas are a little dated now. The Gubekli Tepe team have developed his ideas, on the basis of ongoing region-wide excavations as well as those at GT.

Gobekli Tepe is something incredible. A Jupiter Observatory. Other planets too. The reflections within... not the mere surface. Fill to the line. The interior rings of the pools. You won't believe what it really is. A spotter scope for a MUCH larger phase conjugate mirror. I imagine it is a natural observatory. Made by filling the declivity centered here. 37.226873, 38.914470 However. If you should find beneath the surface a limestone construct. Then there it is... however... I think these were artists on a large scale. To see what I have seen. A photo of Jupiter with both the Great and the Small Spot. Next to that place Google Maps... with Gobekli Tepe the size of the Small Spot. Then. Look at where the Great Spot is. And at the same position on Google Maps with the Small Spot scaled right. You'll see those coordinates are just about the middle of the Great Spot Analogue. So... is the declivity the pool? I think so. Although, it conceivably could be the sand filling the hollow for limestone pool underneath. Might be necessary... considering the aridness of the area. Wasn't always though. So there you go. Observatory. Thank you, Kevin "Throw me a D.Phil" Anderson Might be a few more around there too. So tred carefully. Probably like a series of other LARGE declivities or limestone pools that relate to planetary features of other planets the way the Great Spot Analogue was for Jupiter.

In my bucket lists

das ist in der Türkei..

4 weeks ago

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Yine cok büyük bir bulus, bir mücize gibi, tanri böyle bir ilk yasanmisligi Türkiye' ye nasip etti.. Ne sansli topraklarimiz var.. Degerini bilelim !

cok guzell

Le joli béton...

Neredeyse tüm ilk insanligin dogus hatta havva ve ademin bile göbeklitepe de olabilecegini varsayim sayabiliyor. Hem bereketli sulak topraklar hem tüm ilk medeniyetlerin yasadigi... daha neler var kimbilir toprak altinda, nuh peygemberin gemisini agri daginda az mi aradilar ? Cok sansliyiz, yasasin Türkiye ve Türk ulusu ....

4 weeks ago

What are the dimples on the top of the T-pillars, I wonder? ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Göbekli Tepe

Yaşar
Göveklitepe'nin telefon çekimiyle oluşturulan 3 Boyutlu hali
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Sav Melis

Eduardo this is intrresting!

1 month ago

Göveklitepe'nin telefon çekimiyle oluşturulan 3 Boyutlu hali

App 3D ProBox Göbekli Tepe / Gobeklitepe - 3D model by Özgür Keysan Fotogrametri Harita Tic. Ltd. Şti. - Sketchfab
The World’s First Temple Zero Point in Time
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1 month ago

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Why was the whole site covered up?

Thane Kirby 👀 Carbon dating has proven these structures pre date when history books told us we were capabale of such feats! Winners write the history books and we’re fed the slave/sheeple version. From the GT Wiki, “The surviving structures, then, not only predate pottery, metallurgy, and the invention of writing or the wheel, but were built before the so-called Neolithic Revolution, that marks the beginning of agriculture and animal husbandry, around 9000 BCE.”

maybe of our own civilization but it's older than stone henge

Is it the dawn or a reemergence?

Que relación tiene este templo con el desarrollo de la organización politica ?

Am I the only one who thinks Gobekli tepe may have been a zoo?

1 month ago

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Happy womans day!!!!

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an alien taking a dump?

Muhteşem ❤️

Doğumu mu simgeliyor acaba?

Looks like a depiction of birth. Strange head though.

1 month ago

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Looks like they practiced Defacing too back in the day.

2 months ago

Such an odd layout or "floor plan" It almost looks as though it was disassembled and packed up before it was buried. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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4 months ago

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And, obviously such an impact would have caused generalised destruction throughout the whole region. Possibly giving rise to the Old Testament tales of fire, flood and famine and even the parting of the Red Sea. An impact in central Turkey could easily have caused tsunamis in the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean. Survivors, I think must have been scattered far and wide, into Syria and the Middle East and also down into the Eastern Mediterranean. These people were, I think, the original human seed for the civilisations which later developed in those places. It is accepted now as fact that the original human species came out of Africa maybe 50-100,000 years ago. The fertile crescent was one place they flourished in. I think it was a very much MORE fertile place before the asteroid impact. It must have been very beautiful I think. A true garden of Eden. I am not religious at all but I do think there is truth in Biblical stories.

Bellìsima foto

So unbelievable

It's a giant earth receptacle.

I don't make that claim - the facts do!

It has always been a mystery at Gobekli Tepe why "hunter gatherers" could be capable of the amazing sculpture and stone carving there. The answer is that they were NOT hunter gatherers. They knew how to build, carve exquisitely in stone and erect monumental, sophisticated structures. They MUST have been communicating with each other to co-ordinate these activities and so they MUST have had the power of language. I think they MUST also have been farmers, but they had been forced backwards to the status of hunter gatherers by the disaster. Gobekli Tepe marks the beginning of their rebuilding programme. The environment which once supported them was laid waste and still is today. It took them a long while to recover I think, and ultimately they really never did completely in that area and had to move on to grasses greener. Which explains I think, why Gobekli Tepe was ultimately buried and abandoned. Best forget about past woes and move on - eh?

I don't make any claims for this civilisation being VERY advanced, but I think it very likely that it was more advanced than we imagine. This would obviously set the dawn of civilisation back quite a bit further than is currently accepted.

The structures at Gobekli Tepe are symbolic reconstructions of the devastating impact. The circular "compounds" represent the craters and the T shaped monoliths represent the huge cloud of dust and debris thrown up by the impact and spreading out in the stratosphere. The animals carved on the monoliths are being scattered I believe in the chaotic confusion. The temples actually depict two big central debris clouds, suggesting to me that it was in fact two big chunks which hit close to each other, and then smaller but still devastating fragments raining all around.

These people were not hunter gatherers by nature, they were refugees from a huge natural disaster which almost completely destroyed their world and set them back generations.

Who knows how advanced their civilisation was and how long it had been there? All traces of it have been obliterated.

Blackened carbon deposits in the area do suggest that there was once at least a greener land there, and probably one quite heavily wooded, but this was destroyed by fire. I think that there may still be some trace of the civilisation that was once there, but it's going to be buried quite deep I think and it will be pretty badly smashed up. A lidar scan of the area north west of Aksaray could prove useful here I think.

Becky's favorite and really is an amazing site with a lot of mystery

I've been doing quite a bit of research on asteroid impact recently and have come to the same conclusion as a few others: that the correct interpretaion of Gobekli Tepe is to do with astreroid impact. I think this is definately the case. There is talk of the Clovis comet apparently in about 11,000 BC causing widespread worldwide disruption and possibly sparking a mini ice age. My own personal view is that the people who originally started Gobekli Tepe MUST HAVE ACTUALLY WITNESSED an asteroid impact which hit central Turkey and this disaster all but wiped out a fairly advanced civilisation which existed there and which they had been a part of. The impact site is just north west of Aksaray. This may have been connected with Clovis but it may have been a different impact. Asteroid impact is not common but I think it is more common than is currently accepted. I have come to this conclusion after finding quite a few impact sites around the world which are not currently recognised as such. For example: Melbourne and Adelaide are impact crater cities I believe and Indonesia is literally pock marked with craters. Look at the part circle shape of big bays on satellite images or maps as a first clue. The dating of impacts is not exact I think at present, but a team from Edinburgh who have been thinking along these lines have suggested a date of 10,950BC for the "Vulture Stone". I think anything dated there earlier than this may be artefacts gathered by the builders of the temples from the rubble of their ruined civilisation. Judging by the representation at Gobekli Tepe, this was an asteroid shower or a break up into pieces. One big chunk north west of Aksaray and other smaller ones around. All sending up their own big cloud. That's what Gobekli Tepe depicts in my view. What else COULD it be? Dimples on the top of stones = broiling clouds - big ones! The Vulture Stone says it all really I think: astreroid, big cloud and animals running scared.This happened just prior to 10,950 BC and was the inspiration for the stone and the reason why the temples at Gobekli Tepe look as they do.

Talan edilmis oldugu cok belli.

Insanlik tarihi buradan baslamis, yaradan tüm güzellikleri, tüm ilk buluslari hep Anadolu' ya vermis... böyle biryer dünyada yok !

Going with my friend Joe!

Are there any CGI reconstructions of what it may have looked like back then?

Some deep past civilisation, or whatever what.

beautiful.

sad this area isn't getting more attention. Estimates are only 10% has been unearthed

There was I think, a realisation amongst the survivors that they must bow down to and try to appease the huge natural forces which had devastated their world. The birth of religion in fact, as has been suggested. The motive being, I think, to placate the "gods" who had apparently been so cruel to them. The legend of the disaster continued for many centuries because it was such a significant event in the development of humanity in that region. In fact, when you think about it, we have the expression still to this day which illustrates what happened then. "The Hammers of the Gods"!. That's what the huge clouds seemed like to those who saw them. They must have been SO scared! Everything they had worked for, their whole world, was gone. In an instant!

4 months ago

Göbekli Tepe

This statue which is 11600 years old was stolen on the day it was found in 2010. It could not be found yet.

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This statue which is 11600 years old was stolen on the day it was found in 2010. It could not be found yet.

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And how long they reckon they will be able to hide that distinguished statue?

The most important historical pieces have been smashed, burned, or stolen.

9600 BC , am I correct?

So stupid. This is everyone’s history! When you steal something like this, you steal from the world! 🤬

Really? We couldnt find it?

Monti Prama Giants, Sardinia

Kendi tarihine sahip çıkmayan aptallar

Mursit Cetin senin bahcedekine benziyor:)

My suggestion (only a suggestion) would be to say that it it wiser to limit the viewability of this post. It is easier to find plundered objects when they surface if the market is not aware that there has been false provenance attached to it. Know hot objects are simply sold in galleries where eyes are restricted by geography to monitor.

What a pity, sh@t people all round the world

Sad someone would do such a thing, the stupidity of humans has no limit.

Bu heykel bulundu mu, aranıyor mu?

Hunt it down.

Germans must have taken it. Their way of creating museum declares so..

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