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PostSubject: ....The World’s Oldest Known Temple At Göbekli Tepe May Be True. New Finds Show It Really Was Home To A ‘Skull Cult’   Sun Jul 02, 2017 8:56 am

Turns Out Tom Horn’s Recent SkyWatch Magazine Feature Connecting The Watchers’ Cannibalistic Offspring To The World’s Oldest Known Temple At Göbekli Tepe May Be True. New Finds Show It Really Was Home To A ‘Skull Cult’


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Göbekli Tepe, a monumental structure in southern Turkey established over 11,000 years ago, has enraptured archeologists and laypeople alike since site excavations began in the 1990s. Decorated with imaginative artwork depicting animals, people, and animalistic people, this ancient temple contains the oldest known megaliths in the world. As if that isn’t tantalizing enough, new research published in Science Advances suggests Göbekli Tepe was once home to a “skull cult.” In addition to being popular fodder for band names, skull cults are communities that attach particular significance to cranial remains, often displaying them or modifying them into functional items, like mugs or drums. This behavior has many permutations in human history, but this study marks the first osteological (bone-based) evidence of how Göbekli Tepe’s bygone denizens treated dead bodies and their skulls.

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PostSubject: Mysterious death rituals at Göbekli Tepe    Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:36 am





Mysterious death rituals at Göbekli Tepe


The Stone Age site of Göbekli Tepe in Southeast Turkey has been the focus of scientific research for just over two decades. Best known for ...

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