The First Temple in the History
Xirabresk, Girê navokê, Girê miradan, 'Göbekli tepe'
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T-shaped columns which has recently been founded (2003) in Girê Xirabreşkê (Navokê) 'Gobekli Tepe' in Ruha is consedering belongs to the eldest temple in the world, Age over 11000 years
The eldest temple in the world is built by columns in 3 m high. On the stones there are holly picture sign - hieroglifs (communication system) - elder than the Egyptian hieroglifs
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The site has been described as 'extraordinary' and 'the most important' site in the world
The archaeologist from the German Archeological Institute (DAI) Dr Klaus Schmidt has found this interesting place in the history of our civilisation.
The invador Islamo-Fascist Turkish state destroyed his excavetion and research works, he unforttunately passed away recently.
The worlds probably eldest statue has been found in this historical site. The statue is possibly the God of fertility because he is holding his pouch which has been considering the symbol of fertility in the ancient world. The arrow, the male sex organ and the first letter in the alphabet A. All these 3 things representing the higher powers "God" in the ancient society.
This building is consedering to be the eldest construction which has ever been built by ancient people
Whole the historical geografy of ancient Kurdistan (Northern Mesopotamia/Fertile Crescent) is considering to be the cradle of mankind
At the Holly Mountain of Bible: Since many thousand of years people has built heap of stones and planted threes on Girê Navokê because the place has been considered as a holly place. In the bible the place is mentioned as the Holly Mountain where the prophet Abraham has prayed for his allmighty God.
Some day in the end of 1990'ies when the Kurdish farmer Mahmut Kilic plowed his field lying on a big hill next to the Kurdish village of Khirabreshk (*),
the plow stuck in a large rock. At first he tried to break the stone and make the plowing job easier, but he did not succeed. When he dug more
then he saw his head on a T-shaped stone pillar.
The name of the historic hill located in the immediate vicinity of the Kurdish village of Khrabreshk is called in Kurdish and it means Black ruin place:
It is also called also for Girê Miradan which means wishings hill and Girê Navokê which means hill with navel, hub. Turkish invaders changed the name to: "Göbekli Tepe" which means means hill with navel.
A THEORY ABOUT HOW THE TEMPEL COULD BE BUILT
A Kurdish willage. 2000- Even today Kurdish willages retains its old architecture. The houses are built next to each other just as 11 thousand years ago..
The temple is destroyed by pouring concrete over the site 2018
Where are the eyes of the statue? They are stolen from the first day the statue bcame discovered. It were two white shining stones..
12 bin yıllık Göbekli Tepe kazılarından çıkan kemiklerin DNA'sı ile, buranın yerlisi ve halen burada yaşayanların DNA'sı aynı çıkmış: Kürdler - Yani bu millet 12 bin senedir burada yaşıyor.
Ne iyi ki DNA sırrına vakıftır artık insanlık. Ve yine ne iyidir ki bu sır kürd düşmanlarının elinde değil, yoksa yine kürdlerin yerine başka milletleri koyarlardı. Ve hatta kürdlerle mukayese edildiğinde daha yeni bugün bu bölgeye gelmiş kendilerini, yani türkleri bile kürdlerin yerine koyarlardı. Zaten böyle yapmaya çalışyorlar, ama bir türlü beceremiyorlar ve asla beceremeyecekler de. Nasıl ki güneş balçıkla sıvanamıyorsa, aynı şekilde de gerçekler hiçbir zaman örtbas edilemez.
Gobekli Tepe & Black Hole (A photo of the black hole taken first time everby Katie Bouman 4/2019)
THE OLDEST TEMPEL IN THE WORLD - Youtube
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