The World’s First Monument, 2




ice age unearth bury/buried
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at least discovery prehistory
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pillar genesis cooperate
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piece distance some kind of
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reptile confirm smoking gun (2)
exist offer (2) in my mind
doubt giant (2) question mark (2)
cave case (3) to date (2)
munch excavate astounding
acre remains formation
weigh surmise of all time
insect temple archaeology
site figure (3) intriguing
statue suspect commemorate
spirit kind (2) some sort of
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mile look like advanced
collar authority civilization
human ancestor wear/wore/worn
bald space (2) what the heck
weird strange underneath
clue mystery antediluvian
pre- strange lead/led/led
flood suit (2) humanoid
lost Ice Age extraterrestrial
exist credence define (2)
if so ancient all over the world
Easter colossal elongated
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of yore life-size in my mind
gather unusual courtyard
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Narrator: Southeastern Turkey, buried beneath 20 feet of sand, archaeologists unearth the world’s oldest temple complex — Gobekli Tepe. Radiocarbon dating suggests that the site dates back to at least the 10th century BC, a time before the end of the last ice age and 6,000 years before prehistoric man was said to have developed language.

Paul Bahn, Ph.D. Archaeologist: “Gobekli Tepe is really one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of all time. There are very few finds in archeology that really changed the whole way we look at the past. And that is essentially what has happened. Because our view of hunter-gatherers has changed enormously.

We now know they were capable of coming together in large numbers with under, presumably, some kind of authority to cooperate on massive projects, such as Gobekli Tepe, which involved bringing huge pieces of stone from quite some distance away, carving it beautifully, setting these pillars upright, and doing this on a massive scale.”

Andrew Collins, Author, Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the God: “The very first temples in the world are at Gobekli Tepe. And this, in many ways, changes everything.

Because here we have the smoking gun of a lost civilization. It confirms to us absolutely that at the end of the last ice age, there was high culture existing in the world.”

There’s no doubt in my mind that there are question marks all around the ancient world. And Gobekli Tepe offers such a giant question mark because, according to mainstream science, we were sitting in caves, munching on bananas. And clearly, that isn’t the case.

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Narrator: Although to date, archaeologists have only excavated less than one acre of this 22-acre site, what they have found is astounding — the remains of a complex of buildings, massive walls, and T-shaped stone formations, some, 9 to ten feet (three meter) tall and weighing up to 50 tons. Many of the stone pillars are covered with relief carvings of animals, reptiles, and insects.

Archaeologists have also found figures at the site that appear to represent humans with strangely stylized clothing. We have no idea what these humans represent. We suspect that these are not just simple statues commemorating people. They could be gods. They could be spirits. They could be an ancestors, something of that kind.

Narrator: But perhaps most intriguing is a life-size statue found just six miles away that has been dated to the same period, the Urfa Man. This looks like a person who has come from an advanced civilization, who’s wearing something that has much more of a defined collar, possibly even some sort of advanced space suit.

What the heck is he doing there? His face looks strange. He’s bald. His head, his eyes look weird. There’s something unusual about this guy. And that could be a clue that leads us into the mystery of an antediluvian or pre-flood civilization.

Narrator: Is it possible that the strange humanoid figure found near Gobekli Tepe actually represents an extraterrestrial, a being from a lost civilization that existed on Earth sometime before the last ice age?

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If so, does it give credence to other ancient stories describing other worldly civilizations that once existed here on Earth? All over the world, we have giant statues and carvings of people’s faces and heads.

Some of them are giant colossal heads, like the Olmec colossal heads. Others are the Easter-Island-type statues, which are huge and depict people who have elongated heads. They’re cone heads, essentially. They were giants of yore, with godlike powers.

In my mind, we would call them extraterrestrials. There is this recessed courtyard in Tiwanaku that has all these different faces. These stones were found underneath the soil, meaning that at some point, some type of event happened that buried these particular stones.

Some have actually surmised that they represent some type of a pre-flood civilization, that what we have here is, in fact, a remnant that depicts that society.

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Göbekli Tepe. Göbekli Tepe has been a famous site for hundreds, if not thousands of years, like the Pyramids. True or false? Is Göbekli Tepe in Iraq or Egypt?

Pyramids of Giza. Was Göbekli Tepe created during the Industrial Revolution? Was it constructed by an agrarian (farming) society?

Pyramid of the Sun. Building Göbekli Tepe was easy. Everyone worked individually and independently. Is this right or wrong?

Machu Picchu. What did the builders of Göbekli Tepe accomplish? Describe the Göbekli Tepe complex.

Stonehenge. Do archaeologists and scholars know what the carvings and figures at or near Göbekli Tepe represent?

Moai of Easter Island. The carvings, sculptures and statues of Göbekli Tepe are totally unique. Is this correct or incorrect?

Sacsayhuaman. What are some theories, postulations or hypothesis about Göbekli Tepe and other megaliths around the world?
Baalbek Stones. I have been to Göbekli Tepe. I have visited Göbekli Tepe. Yes or no? Have you been to the pyramids or other great monuments?

Nazca Lines. How might Göbekli Tepe have been constructed?

Stone Spheres of Costa Rica. Would you like to visit great or mysterious structures around the world? What structures would you like to visit?

Coral Castle. My friends and I would like to become archaeologists or writers.

Tiwanaku, Puma Punku. What might happen in the future?

Basalt columns of Nan Madol. What could or should people and governments do?

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