From Gobekli Tepe to Stonehenge + Interview
Göbekli Tepe in Southeast Turkey is one of archaeology’s hottest properties at the moment. It consists of a series of megalithic enclosures nearly 12,000 years old, containing T-shaped pillars, carved with images of animals, humans and geometric forms. Andrew Collins, who has been studying the Proto-Neolithic world of SE Turkey for over twenty years now, and first visited Göbekli Tepe back in 2004, reveals its cosmic blueprint, showing that its oldest, womb-like enclosures are aligned to the opening of the Milky Rift’s Dark Rift in the area of the Cygnus constellation. Afterwards, Andrew will show the significance of the discoveries being made at Göbekli Tepe to other key ancient monuments and sacred places of the ancient world, including the Great Pyramid, Baalbek, Karahunj stone circle complex in Armenia, and Stonehenge, where new evidence suggests that England’s premiere ancient monument might be as old as Göbekli Tepe itself.
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