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Remains of 11,000 Year Old Temples Found in Turkey

PostPosted: 05 Jul 2018
by ex-l
"God", via the Brahma Kumaris, came to teach humanity that the world is only 5,000 years old, and nothing existed before 2,500 years ago, except for India ... and a few islands in the middle of huge oceans.

Göbekli Tepe is located in the Germuş mountains of south-eastern Anatolia. This site consists of monumental circular and rectangular megalithic structures, interpreted as enclosures, which were erected by hunter-gatherers in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic age ... or between 9,600 and 8,200 BC (11,000 years ago).

It is the world's earliest known temple to date. No mention of God Shiva. According to God Shiva, there was no religion, no worship before 2,500 years ago either.
An astonishing neolithic ruin shows the incomprehensible variety and power of religion

UNESCO has just added to its list of world heritage sites one of the most remarkable archaeological locations in the world, one which raises huge questions about the development of civilisation and offers no answers at all.

Göbekli Tepe appears to be no more than a hill of dirt in the bare, brown landscape of south-eastern Turkey, but excavations starting in the 1990s revealed something extraordinary: beneath the surface were rings of megaliths, carved stones weighing up to 20 tonnes, which had been first placed there 11,000 years ago, before the invention of agriculture or the discovery of metal.

No one seems actually to have lived on the site. This was, so far as we can tell, the first temple complex built anywhere on earth. It far predates cities. Its builders knew how to plant stones and carve them, but not to plant crops for food. Yet somehow they must have had the social organisation to come together in groups larger than any hunter-gatherer band and coordinate their labours over months or years.

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This does not exist according to the Brahma Kumaris
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Re: Remains of 11,000 Year Old Temples Found in Turkey

PostPosted: 05 Jul 2018
by Mr Green
Arrogance of the scientists, dear boy.

Re: Remains of 11,000 Year Old Temples Found in Turkey

PostPosted: 06 Jul 2018
by Pink Panther
11, 0000 years? Pffffff. Why, they’re Jonny-come-lately's.

Aboriginal sacred sites have been found going back to 60,000 years in north Western Australia.

Mining companies are lobbying to have them removed from national heritage lists so they can go in there and do their own excavations.

Re: Remains of 11,000 Year Old Temples Found in Turkey

PostPosted: 07 Jul 2018
by GuptaRati 6666
It's also the way the BK cycle is presented as a model; both in terms of mathematics and mechanically. There are established cycles in the sciences, however.