Mise à jour du 29 Février 2016

Gobekli Tepe :Le film

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Göbekli Tepe: Le plus ancien temple de l'humanité



Göbekli Tepe – the Stone Age Sanctuaries. New results of ongoing excavations with a special focus on sculptures and high reliefs


Göbekli Tepe: The Mysterious Stone Totem Pole


Ajoutée le 14 mars 2015

Next Göbekli Tepe tour: http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/eve.... In this video Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman visit Sanliurfa Museum that has most of the Göbekli Tepe artifacts and statues, including the very strange 'totem pole'. They describe what it might be and speculate to it's purpose. The new and improved museum is opening in 2015 with many artifacts that have never been on display. 


Göbeklitepe Belgeseli The Worlds First Temple



Gobekli Tepe - National Geographic


Ajoutée le 10 avr. 2014

11,500 year old man-made structures discovered in Turkey.


Andrew Collins - Finding Eden: Mystery of Gobekli Tepe & Giza's Cave Underworld



Mise en ligne le 3 juil. 2010

CLICK HERE http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/edent... to join Andrew Collins and Hugh Newman at Gobekli Tepe and many other sites on a unique tour to Turkey in September 2014.

http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/dvd.html - Filmed at the Megalithomania Conference in Glastonbury on 9th May 2010 by Nautilus AV Productions. 

Description: In southeast Turkey stands the oldest temple in the world. At nearly 12,000 years old, Gobekli Tepe is an enigma to archaeology. Consisting of a series of stone circles, made up of T-shaped pillars bearing exquisite carvings of animals, birds, insects and abstract human figures, this ritual complex was constructed at the end of the last Ice Age by faceless individuals, who rose far beyond the conventional understanding of the hunter-gatherers who occupied the Eurasian continent at this time. Why were these amazing stone circles buried overnight, sometime around 10,000 year ago? It is an enigma that seems to start in Africa some 17,000 years ago, and ends with not only the creation of civilization down in the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia, but also in the sudden emergence of the ancient Egyptian civilization, where the story continues with the discovery in 2008 of a cave underworld beneath the plateau at Giza. Powerful evidence suggests that this underground complex existed ever before even the Pyramid Age, and might well reflect an African origin to the roots of ancient Egyptian religion. It might also hold the key to answering claims that in the vicinity of the Sphinx is a lost Hall of Records.

Biog: History and science writer Andrew Collins is a leading expert on Gobekli Tepe, and provides a powerful insight into the strange worlds both at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey and beneath the Pyramids at Giza. His books include From the Ashes of Angels (1996), Gods of Eden (1998), The Cygnus Mystery (2006), and Beneath the Pyramids (2009), in which he discovers and explores the lost underworld that exists beneath the Pyramids of Giza. Andrew, born in 1957, lives with his wife Sue in Marlborough, UK. 




Göbekli Tepe, Turkey, with Graham Hancock, Andrew Collins & Hugh Newman on the 'Origins' Tour


Ajoutée le 10 oct. 2013

- Visit Gobekli Tepe, Karahan Tepe, Urfa & more on a 5-day tour in May or September 2015: http://andrewcollins.com/page/events/...
- This video was filmed and edited by Hugh Newman on the 'Origins of Civilization' tour organised by Megalithomania and Andrew Collins, with special guest Graham Hancock. Gobekli Tepe is said to be up to 14,000 years old and could rewrite human history. 
http://www.hughnewman.co.uk - http://www.megalithomania.co.uk
© Copyright Megalithomania 2013. All Rights Reserved


Göbekli Tepe: The Forgotten T-Shaped Pillars in the Quarry - Andrew Collins & Hugh Newman


Ajoutée le 26 juin 2014

- CLICK HERE to visit Gobekli Tepe and beyond in May 2016 with Andrew Collins, Brien Foerster & Hugh Newman: http://bit.ly/1EVBAQ9
- See other Göbekli Tepe video here: http://youtu.be/E-Q9cviQcn0). At least 6,500 years older than Stonehenge and 7,000 years before the pyramids were constructed, a cult megalithic complex sat atop the hills near current day Sanliurfa (ancient Edessa), in southeast Turkey. Göbekli Tepe was flourishing at an astonishing 12,000 - 14,000 years ago, and today, the preserved remains still exhibits high degrees of sophistication and megalithic engineering skill, but not all the monoliths made it to the main site. See article at: http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancien...

CLICK HERE http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/tours..., to join Megalithomania in 2016 on tours to Göbekli Tepe in Turkey, plus Peru and Bolivia, with authors Andrew Collins, Freddy Silva, Brien Foerster, Hugh Newman & more. Click above for full details.

Filmed, Produced, and Directed by Hugh Newman. Copyright Hugh Newman/Megalithomania 2014. All Rights Reserved. 



Do these mysterious stones mark the site of the Garden of Eden?




Göbekli Tepe: Le plus ancien temple de l'humanité



Gobekli Tepe Oldest Temple in the world


...Welcome to the presentation of the The World’s First Temple, Gobeklitepe … a pre-historic site, about 15 km away from the city of Sanliurfa, Southeastern Turkiye. What makes Gobeklitepe unique in its class is the date it was built, which is roughly twelve thousand years ago, circa 10,000 BC....


Gobekli Tepe :Le film (Mise à jour du 29 Février 2016)

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"Tout le monde  a une histoire à raconter» ... Voilà comment le film  "Gobekli Tepe - Premier Temple du monde"  commence, et à juste titre. Ce que nous avons ici est une histoire magnifique qui prend l'histoire de l'humanité en arrière encore 6000 ans. Considérons tout le temps qui est passé de l'ancienne Sumer jusqu'à nos jours ... puis allons  autant en arrière dans le temps. Telle est la période de temps que ce film couvre ... et nous ne parlons pas des hommes des cavernes ici non plus. Ce que nous cherchons réside dans ce complexe de temples impeccablement conservés, et avec des preuves si claires, qu'ils pourraient aussi bien avoir été sculptés hier. Göbekli Tepe, Urfa-Turquie. premier temple au monde, datant de 12.000 ans en arrière.

Le film se concentre sur des données scientifiques, et prend  l'avis d'experts sur des questions telles que l'archéologie, l'astronomie, le mysticisme, la religion et l'histoire. Ce processus est couvert par des entretiens avec des experts proches du projet, ainsi que ceux qui peuvent le regarder sous un angle plus large,  s’interrogeant  sur le pourquoi et le comment. Klaus Schmidt (archéologue et chef de l'excavation Göbekli Tepe) Metin Bobaroğlu (philosophe et mystique), B.G. Sidharth (astronome et physicien) sont quelques-uns d'entre eux.