Monuments Found At Gobekli Tepe In Turkey Look Modern

Supposedly 7,500 years earlier than Stonehenge or the Great Pyramid, and 6,000 years prior to what evolution deemed to be the earliest known writing, Gobeli Tepe has archaeologists shaking their heads in amazement and been bewildered by this discovery for more than ten years now. Also, it is believed there is much more under the surface which will keep archaeologists pretty busy for years to come.

What generally is not understood by evolutionists is always labeled as some sort of ritual, in this case it’s no exception. Last November the Smithsonian reported the findings at Gobeli Tepe  as being the oldest temple discovered.

“Six miles from Urfa, an ancient city in southeastern Turkey, Klaus Schmidt has made one of the most startling archaeological discoveries of our time: massive carved stones about 11,000 years old, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who had not yet developed metal tools or even pottery.”

“The megaliths predate Stonehenge by some 6,000 years. The place is called Gobekli Tepe, and Schmidt, a German archaeologist who has been working here more than a decade, is convinced it’s the site of the world’s oldest temple.”

But with further study, the monuments were found to be artistically advanced and not a temple which prompted further speculation as evolutionists are trying to fit it into a certain timetable. As the old saying in evolution goes, the older it is, the more simple it should be. But one has to keep in mind, dating methods are not a certainty by any means. Cosmic rays do play a factor in radiocarbon dating as surges can affect the data collected. There is no way to predict cosmic ray surges from the past or other factors that could affect the data as of yet we are unaware of.

Like I stated previously, the old evolutionary saying is, the older it is, the more simple it is, but one can’t really say this for the monuments found at Gobekli Tepe which look very well made with a clear sense of  geometry and communication, not something you would find for for supposedly primitive humans.

This reminds me of the Chauvet Cave which I had written about in a previous post, what surprised evolutionists was they had dated the cave with all it’s paintings about 10,000 older than the ones found in Lascaux yet the paintings in the Chauvet Cave were clearly by far, more advanced artistically than the newer ones found at Lascaux.

There is enough evidence to cast a major doubts on pre-Sumerian history (which doesn’t agree with biblical history and is in conflict with newer discoveries) and I predict there will be more to come as scientists take a closer look at Gobekli Tepe or other sites which have yet to be discovered.

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2 thoughts on “Monuments Found At Gobekli Tepe In Turkey Look Modern

  1. Michael: “Supposedly 7,500 years earlier than Stonehenge or the Great Pyramid, and 6,000 years prior to what evolution deemed to be the earliest known writing …”

    I never new that biologists were studying writing as well …. interesting. Seems like a bit of a mix up on your behalf ?

  2. Wow. Um, er, “As the old saying in evolution goes, the older it is, the more simple it should be.” is not an ‘old saying’ in Evolution. In fact, any one who knew anything about the theory of evolution would tell you that is complete balderdash. Evolution is about how organisms adapt to their environment, and it no way is a “Simple to more complex” theory as you (and many people who haven’t bothered to actually study the theory they are criticizing) seem to think.

    Not to mention that the theory of Evolution has NOTHING to do with human cultural development.

    Oddly enough though, I agree with you in some senses. Gobeli Tepe does show us that even stone age people were capable of amazingly refined and capable thought and action. Humans appeared some 200k years ago in the fossil record, there’s no reason to believe they were any less smart than people today.

    God Bless!

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