Man’s History Doubled in Anatolia

By John Tiffany. 7,000 Years Before the Pyramids, Whites Were Building Astounding Temple Complexes.

Göbekli_Tepe

Traditionally, what we call history went back about 5,000 years or so. But, suddenly, with the discovery of an amazing religious site in Anatolia, mankind’s history has been doubled or more, giving us, in effect, “twice the history” in one fell swoop. Who built these amazingly carved and aligned structures—and why? And why did they end up burying them under tons of sand and dirt? [read the entire article as a PDF…]


Taken from

The Barnes Review, January/February 2015: Goblekli Tepe: Rewriting the History of Man

VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 3


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