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Sunday, April 01, 2012

Gigantic Structures Ancient Civilization 12,000 Years Old.

Only Five Percent of the ancient structures have been uncovered so far in thirteen years of digging.

Precisely formed, but no stone cutting tools have been discovered.  Animal carvings may be an "Ark in Stone" commemorating the Great Flood, which would push it to the end of the last great Ice Age.

It is indeed close to Mt. Ararat where the Ark may have landed.  This important site was carefully buried under twenty feet of sand - perhaps to preserve it for the future.

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Göbekli Tepe (Turkish for "Potbelly hill") is a hilltop sanctuary erected on the highest point of an elongated mountain ridge some 15 km northeast of the town of Şanlıurfa (formerly Urfa / Edessa) in southeastern Turkey. Göbekli Tepe is the oldest human-made place of worship yet discovered.[ The site, currently undergoing excavation by German and Turkish archaeologists, was erected by hunter-gatherers in the 12th millennium BC (c. 11,500 years ago), before the advent of sedentism. Together with Nevalı Çori, it has revolutionized understanding of the Eurasian Neolithic.

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Thx for watching this clip. This new updated version contains a few corrections of errors and glitches that were still present during the first video I made about this neolithic structure.
And again I just have to apologize for the crappy quality. Guess it'll take a while, till I figured out a resolution and bitrate that actually works.

Regarding the Firepit:
I have recieved several comments saying there is no evidence whatsoever for a fire pit ever being there. Fair enough critisim, yet I'd like people to note that I am NOT A scientist and this reconstruction is not necessarily an accurate depiction of the site 11.000 years ago. I do not profess to uphold truths here.
Yet, the reason why I included the fire pit was because I see the pillars as a sort of maya stella. It is quite probable that rituals where performed here similar to what we know from the aborigenes. They, as well as the mayans used fire as a medium so it is likely that the people of this site used the same medium to tell whatever stories they made up about the critters on the stellas.

Regarding the Causeway
The causeway in this clip is purely ornamental 'garb', though it is quite possible that such a thing could have existed (kind of hard to work out what's left after 11.000 years!) and that it functioned in a similar fashion as the Nazca lines or the labyriths of northern Europe.

Rergarding the Reliefs:
The reliefs I created by recoloring pics from the actual site using MicroGraphx Picture Publisher. Again I want to point out that this is purely speculative and (how else) based on my own impressions.
Concerning the hole beside the boar... I wasn't sure whether it was part of the site or inflicted in later times. If anyone knows anything about it, please leave a comment and I'll add a short dislcaiming annotation.

Other minor corrections:

. The temple now has a 'door' in the inside (!) and I changed the texture of the surrounding stellas a wee bit.

. I modified the roof (texture and form) and added a wooden rim to (finally) be able to show the torches used to light the interior.

. I (obviously) removed the sky in the back- cause it just looked stupid in the 1.0 version.

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  • Very intriguing. The way the rocks were cut, they were not primitive. I wouldn't be surprised if they had a chimney in the center. Those who believe that these beings were primitive are not on the right track. One can see there was a world civilization. See Puma Punka. Peru~Brien Foersters channel Nice job!
  • looks like he used google sketchup
  • great job you did ! I don `t know how to do like this, but I guess it takes it`s time. everyone posting stupid comments on that should do a better job first.
  • which software did you use ?? please tell me.
    Thank You
  • Went to Chaco Canyon in New Mexico....structures, pathways eerily similar
  • Isn't the existence of roofs on the structures purely speculation at this point? Not that you havent been forthcoming concerning the speculative nature of the video in general, which is cool by the way.
  • Open flames next to a roof? Nice

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Göbekli Tepe update

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  • less fighting more discovering who we are, Peace.
  • Göbekli Tepe clearly shows us how wrong the presumption is that there were only 'cavemen' 'hunter-gatherers' across the globe at this time. Primitive people living a literal hand to mouth existence would have had no time to build or use such sophisticated structures. The other incorrect presumption that must be discarded is that man developed only on a linear progressive trajectory.

  • When the ice age ended and skies cleared, our primitive ancestors watched in horror as the moon collided with the sun and solar flares leaped about as night battled day. Fearful tribal leaders inspired followers to re-create this spectacle with intersecting stone circles, T shaped sun and moon deities placed in the centre circle surrounded by smaller star deities and animals of the night and day that battled to the death. Subsequent eclipses required burial and building another 'temple'.
  • Take a walk through these ‘temples’; worshippers cannot enter or exit gracefully, blind alleys confound the devout, there is no connection between inner and outer circles and no permanence - each structure served a purpose, was filled in and an another built nearby - with lessening enthusiasm.  A temporary pagan deity appeasement arena fits better than an agrarian religious edifice. Astronomic characterizations of solar eclipses should correlate with Gobekli Tepe stone records of them.
  • I like the sound of this reporter (intelligent), but you should lose the background music (very annoying) and lose the special effects and the old batman show swoosh, pow, bang sound effects (which are all non-effective in my opinion & a big turnoff)...just go with the natural effects of the actual gobekli tepe site on its own which is magical enough...also some of objects shown here allegedly from gobekli tepe came from other archeological digs at other periods of time...let's stay with truth!!
  • The Garden of Eden is over a mile underground and possibly south of this location under all of the sediments deposited by the flood.
  • I like how every once in a while when the guy is talking- he explodes into a bunch of squares.
  • very good thanks for the comment

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