The world's oldest and largest megalithic structure
Located in Turkey, this amazing site built by an unknown people is carbon dated at 11,600 years old. It’s 50 times bigger than Stonehenge, and 6,000 years older. It covers an area of at least 22 acres, and only about 5% of it has been excavated so far.
It has more than 200 known pillars, which has been verified via ground penetrating radar. Many of these pillars are more than 20 feet tall, and weigh between 20-30 tons each. These pillars have three dimensional sculptures carved out in relief instead of chiseled out negative space (being one of the most difficult and time-consuming methods).
The Gobekli Tepe site has been confirmed to have a celestial orientation, and it’s the only ancient site to have a perfect alignment with true north. Being only recently discovered in 1995 and having only very minimal efforts to unearth this amazing monolithic site, Gobekli Tepe has become one of the world’s biggest mysteries.
To give you an idea of just how old Gobekli Tepe is, consider the following timeline:
1644 AD – Construction on the Great Wall of China ended with a total length in excess of 20,000 km.
1400-1600 AD – The moai on Easter Island were erected.
1372 AD – The Leaning Tower, in Pisa, Italy, was completed after 200 years of construction.
1113-1150 AD – The Khmer of Southeast Asia built the enormous temple to Vishnu, Angkor Vat.
200 AD – The Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico was completed.
220 BC – Construction on the Great Wall of China began.
432 BC – The “apotheosis of ancient Greek architecture,” the Parthenon, was completed.
3000-1500 BC – About 5,000 years ago, a group of crazy Neolithic Britons hauled enormous four-ton stones over 140 miles to erect Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain.
4500-2000 BC – Pre-Celts cut and placed over 3,000 stones in Carnac, France.
9130-8800 BC – The first 20 round structures at Gobekli Tepe were built.
It’s time for us to unlock the mysteries of Gobekli Tepe before it’s too late. Now that we know of it’s existence it’ll be a race against time to excavate and uncover the profound mysteries that this most ancient site undoubtedly holds. The excavation of Gobekli Tepe will absolutely revolutionise what we know about the origins of civilization, and lead to amazing discoveries, aiding us in piecing together a more accurate picture of our past. Such discoveries will profoundly alter what we know about the technology and the knowledge our ancient ancestors possessed, during a time when the great flood is recorded to have taken place in numerous ancient writings all over the world.
We simply ask that you to aid us in our efforts to excavate and unlock this mystery before any foreign entities take interest enough to control its relics and suppress its findings, or any further damage occurs to this amazing site. Even a donation of a dollar from each of you will make this momentous project possible. If everyone who reads our message donates just $1, we will reach our goal with the next 12-24 months. We humbly ask that even if you are not able to contribute to this endeavor that you at least share our message with your friends and family however you’re able. Thank you very much for your time, and sharing in our concern for uncovering the truth of our past.
“Gobekli Tepe changes everything,” Stanford University’s Ian Hodder.