Part 2: 12,000-Year-Old Gobekli Tepe – Was It A Soul Recycling Machine Linked to Deneb in the Cygnus Constellation?

“Gobekli Tepe is a place of death; a place of re-birth. ... people who would enter into those enclosures ... and stand in between those two monoliths ... would quite literally be then projected out into the sky.”

- Andrew Collins, Author, The Cygnus Mystery

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March 29, 2013   Gobekli Tepe 8 miles northeast of Sanliurfa, Turkey - Even though Gobekli Tepe is carbon dated to 12,000 years ago, there is one excavated stone pillar that has what looks like a bird with outstretched wings and a circular object that provokes comparison to the shen symbol of Egypt seven thousand years later.

12,000-year-old carved limestone pillar of layered symbols at Gobekli Tepe excavation. Photo by Klaus Schmidt, Ph.D.
12,000-year-old carved limestone pillar of layered symbols at
Gobekli Tepe excavation. Photo by Klaus Schmidt, Ph.D.

 

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