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Mysterious 12,000-Year-Old Gobekli Tepe

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“What was so important to these early people that they gathered to build (and bury) the stone rings? The gulf that separates us from Gobekli Tepe's builders is almost unimaginable.”

12,000-year-old circles of limestone columns weighing from 7 to 15 tons or more have been excavated in Gobekli Tepe, Turkey, about 8 miles northeast of Sanliurfa. Older than Egypt, Sumeria and Stonehenge, 40 standing T-shaped columns have so far been revealed in four circles 98 feet (30 meters) in diameter and ground-penetrating radar indicates there are 250 more pillars in circles extending over another 25 acres of the 30-acre ancient site.

Image © 2008 by Haldun Aydingun.

SOURCE: http://www.earthfile...ategory=Science

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They say they are calendars, and I think, for the most part, they are. Sometimes, though, I wonder if they were support structures for craft? Airports are aligned toward north, so are these, but with a circle, that shouldn't make much of a difference, I think.

Maybe the circles symbolyze a cycle. I don't know. I haven't studied them very much. I might one day soon. It would be interesting to know what they were really for.

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