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History books will need to be rewritten, yet again, thanks to an ancient monument found buried in Turkey dating back to thousands of years even before the first civilization was thought to exist. 163 more words


On the hunt, some 12.000 years ago: An aurochs bone with hunting lesion from Göbekli Tepe.

All archaeological finds of a site add to its history, but some can capture us with the underlying story. This is the case for an aurochs bone with an embedded flint projectile point fragment discovered during excavations at Göbekli Tepe some years ago. 828 more words

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Sacred Objects: Stones

What does it mean to be a spiritual being having a human experience?

In every place, and in every time, where people engage the depths and heights of their best and most enlightened values and aspirations—when people try to… 2,425 more words

Sermons And Homilies

The Shining Ones: Chapter 5 – searching for the roots of civilisation...

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Ethne snuggled into her insulated down jacket and listened to the reassuring purr of the twin propellers. She had the plane to herself, aside from the two pilots squeezed into the cockpit. 2,828 more words


Nephilim, ancient civilizations and aliens

4 The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them. 392 more words


Before Adam and Eve, there was Gobekli Tepe

We discuss a lot of topics related to the Bible. Some people even believe the Bible to be a literal record of complete history. They think that if something isn’t in the Bible, that it didn’t happen. 424 more words

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How many scientists does it take to make a stone speak? Research into plant food at Göbekli Tepe

The reason I haven’t posted so much in the last months was because the start of the project „Plant Food Management at Early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe“ was requesting a lot of preparations, which left me with few time for blog contributions (I’m tweeting my research step by step, though, under: @laura_dtrich). 984 more words

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