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***[WOW]7,000 years older than Stonehenge Site found[Archeology]***

 
STYLIE

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06/06/2011 11:05 AM
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Re: ***[WOW]7,000 years older than Stonehenge Site found[Archeology]***
After every pole shift we basically have to start over...once you realize that, it all starts to make sense...
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I agree w/ Yosemite Sam

:mmmmhmm:
Anonymous Coward
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06/06/2011 11:06 AM
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Re: ***[WOW]7,000 years older than Stonehenge Site found[Archeology]***
A bit of info on Cayonu, Turkey- near Gobekli Tepe:

[link to www.ancient-wisdom.co.uk]

'In Çayönü from the earliest monumental buildings, or special buildings it is clear that they were doing something with some kind of liquid. As for the earliest one, the Flagstone Building, it is certain that the floor was polished and even in order to get some kind of flooding, and also in the Sandstone Building there was a water channel going through it, and the Terrazzo Building also had a kind of channel drainage. So was it blood, or water or wine? It is difficult to say, but considering the presence of the Skull Building it seems more the nastier end of the story than the nicer end. Also in Çayönü, we had in one building these parts of a burial not a complete skeleton intentionally put in a clay coffin above the ground, with some tools associated. It was the strangest grave we got and it must have had something to do with the function of that building'. (3)


Gobekli is also in the region where the Sumerians later claimed the gods came down from the mountains.
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it isnt anything unusual.

in neolithic they were burying their dead in huge pots/jars.

[link to www.google.com]

each locale had their differing customs.

a lot of the local museums in turkey have various of such burial pots in display.
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06/06/2011 01:29 PM
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Re: ***[WOW]7,000 years older than Stonehenge Site found[Archeology]***
Okay, that um, not really "music" and
the horrible "chanting" was creepy.

And those stones remind me of the movie "Fifth Element".
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06/06/2011 01:35 PM
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Re: ***[WOW]7,000 years older than Stonehenge Site found[Archeology]***
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