Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph. D.

ANCIENT TURKEY

KARAHAN TEPE

Karahan Tepe (aka Keçili Tepe and Türkiye) in Turkey’s Tektek Mountains, east of the once lush plains of Harran Plain, lies just 46 km southeast is way older than the World Heritage site of Göbekli Tepe. The site features stonework identical with that of ancient Peru.

KAHAHAN’S BUILDERS MIGRATED FROM EUROPEANS SOCIALIZED BY ANUNNAKI FROM ARMENIA

Karahan Tepe (aka Keçili Tepe and Türkiye) in Turkey’s Tektek Mountains, east of the once lush plains of Harran
Plain, lies just 46 km southeast is way older than the World Heritage site of Göbekli Tepe.
The site features stonework
identical with that of ancient Peru.

KAHAHAN’S BUILDERS MIGRATED FROM EUROPEANS SOCIALIZED BY ANUNNAKI FROM ARMENIA

People whom the ancient Anunnaki (the Anunnaki who preceded Sitchin’s Iraqi Anunnaki prior to Noah’s flood of 11,000 BCE) developed the civilization of Armenia.

The migration from Europe to Turkey took place when “the world was in flux, warming from the collapse of
Younger Dryas Ice Age and the rapid switch of the North Atlantic’s ocean thermohaline circulation around 6200 BCE.”

This abrupt climate change “had a catastrophic influence on neolithic civilization in southeastern Europe, Asia Minor, Cyprus, and the Near East. The event triggered a disastrous tsunami and raised sea levels by twelve feet.

The abrupt decrease in temperatures led to a prolonged drought that caused a widespread die-off of fauna followed
by a thousand years of high rainfall before shifting to drier spells again in 5500 BCE.
[Silva, 2021: 162-163; Grey:
42-43].


The Karahan Tepe site is more extensive than Gobekli Tepe (which rests on an artificial hill).  Karahan covers 33 acres on a 270 x 490-meters (on a natural hill) and faces a limestone quarry.  The quarry gave Karahan’s builders the stone the used to build it.


So far, archeologists found more than 250 “T” shaped obelisks at Karahan in and around buildings that they dug. They figure that at least 30 structures lie below and expect even more as they keep excavating. Their digs include dramatic statues. One statue, dated to 11, 400 years ago but probably older, is of a stylized human statue with a preserved head, a flat neck, an obliquely shaped face, and arms that stretch his side and holds his phallus.  The phallus had been broken off but the archeologists re-attached it. The statue is 7 feet, 6 inches tall and was seated on a bench next to a statue of a vulture.

Karahan Tepe’s “T” shaped pillars still stand in the ancient positions where they probably held a roof before the site was buried.



People whom the ancient Anunnaki (the Anunnaki who preceded Sitchin’s Iraqi Anunnaki prior to Noah’s flood of 11,000 BCE) developed the civilization of Armenia. The migration from Europe to Turkey took place when “the world was in flux, warming from the collapse of Younger Dryas Ice Age and the rapid switch of the North Atlantic’s ocean thermohaline circulation around 6200 BCE.” This abrupt climate change “had a catastrophic influence on neolithic civilization in southeastern Europe, Asia Minor, Cyprus and the Near East. The event triggered disastrous tsunami and raised sea levels by twelve feet. The abrupt decrease in temperatures led to a prolonged drought that caused a widespread diep-off of fauna followed by a thousand years of high rainfall before shifting to drier spells again in 5500 BCE. [Silva, 2021: 162-163; Grey: 42-43].

Karahan Tepe, way more extensive than Gobekli Tepe (which rests on an artificial hill., Karahan covers about 33 acres on a 270 x 490 meter natural hill and faces a limestone quarry that gave its builders the stone the used to build it.

So far, archeologists have found more than 250 “T” shaped obelisks at Karahan in and around buildings that they dug out so far. They calculate that at least 14 obelisks inside soon to be dug up, 12 in the periphery and 2 in the center in the 30 structures they know lie below and expect even more as they keep excavating.

Their digs include dramatic statues. One statue, dubbed “Urfa Man” and dated to 11, 400 years ago but probably older, is of a stylized human statue with preserved head and neck with a flat neck, obliquely shaped face and arms descending from the sides holding their phallus, that had been broken off but re-attached by archeologists. The dude’s 7foot, 6 inches tall was seated on a bench next to a statue of a vulture.

Karahan Tepe’s “T” shaped pillars still stand in the ancient positions where they probably held a roof before the site was buried.

https://youtu.be/P1W8SklIvgQ
Stones are puffy, had traces of color, just like the Peruvian ones

 

Stones at the site are puffy, with groove very much like those at the ancient Peruvian sites.

(to be continued)

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