Baltic Sea Object, Göbekli Tepe & Creation of Homo Sapiens
Update on Baltic Sea Mystery Structure
Part 1: Mysterious 12,000-Year-Old Gobekli Tepe
Part 2: Mysterious 12,000-Years-Old Gobekli Tepe -Odd Pillar Creatures, Bizarre Totem and Mouthless Man
Part 3: Mysterious 12,000-Years-Old Gobekli Tepe - Buried to Escape Incoming Comets? Meteorites? Huge Solar Flares?
Part 4: Mysterious 12,000-Years-Old Gobekli Tepe, Turkey - Interview with Geologist Robert Schoch
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Urfa Man at Urfa Museum, Sanliurfa, Turkey, June 12, 2012 © 2012 by Linda Moulton Howe.
Stone totem excavated at Gobekli Tepe of non-human creature evolving into birth of human-like infant at Urfa Museum in Sanliurfa, Turkey. Image © 2012 by Linda Moulton Howe.
What appears to be snakes and heads on either side of the tall humanoid figure above turn into the knees of the totem body giving birth to the human-looking baby below. Stone totem excavated at Gobekli Tepe of non-human creature evolving into birth of human-like infant at Urfa Museum in Sanliurfa, Turkey. Image © 2012 by Linda Moulton Howe.
Image © 2012 by DAI, N. Becker, Summer 2012 Issue 02 of Actual Archaeology Magazine-Anatolia, “The First Temple of the World: Gobekli Tepe.”
Earthfiles Reporter and Editor Linda Moulton Howe at June 13, 2012, sunrise on the Gobekli Tepe hill excavation 8 miles northeast of Sanliurfa, Turkey. German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt began scraping away dirt from the hill in 1994. His dig's careful carbon dating and soil compression analysis - combined with ground-penetrating radar - have revealed at least 250 thin, elegant, T-shaped limestone pillars were placed 12,000 years ago in circles covering 30 acres. Then a thousand years later, the entire mysterious site was covered back over with soil until it was uncovered again in 1994 by Klaus Schmidt. Image by James Sorensen for Earthfiles.com.