From the Göbekli Tepe Research Project

The Chipped Stones of Göbekli Tepe: A short teaser

Next week we will introduce you to one of the most numerous find categories at Göbekli Tepe: chipped stones. As this is quite a comprehensive topic we decided to split it into two blog posts and focus on the most important information. The first blog post will be about chipped stones in general and how they can help interpret sites, and the second one is about how we analyse chipped stones, e.g. the daily work a chipped stones specialist has to do to get all the necessary information. The first blog post will go live soon so stay tuned. Your Tepe Telegrams Team.

1 Comment

  1. Ywe Cærlyn

    Have you considered? (a muslim view)

    The turned V symbol might be that they cover over The Deity, and rather suggest a (false) psilocybin Deity instead, that they become. The second tree of The Bible probably is this. Some of the animals cover over that it isn´t so, so it is an idolaterous hoax. On the urfa-man, a V symbolizes the same I think.
    So it really is an anti-religious site. These ideas are reiterated on the tartaria clay-“tablet”, and probably later became Tor. And Tengri in Turkey.

    Tengri sometimes mistaken for a local variation of Allah in Turkey, but rather it suggests Amanita legal instead. (Instead of The Deitys ban.)

    So here you are touching some fundamental stuff, that might get difficult.

    So, furthermore, I think “God” is a blend of Tengri and The Deity, that in 1st person claims amanita legal, but to a subject amanita illegal, and the work of those who made the Gudea ideal in Mesopotamia.

    The Qurans initials rather suggest Ein, for latin alphabet, as The Deity. (All those initials are The Deity, for various alphabets and places, I think)

    In The Quran there is no second tree, and amanita is probably is the illegal tree.


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