The Western Mystical Tradition Gobekli Tepe


Our trail, gentle reader, shall begin with the question of tracing back the history of ideas to see where things lead.

They led to the egalitarian old danubian europe before the sons of aryas brought woe and patriarchy, whose last hold out the Minoan civilization, dealt two blows, one by nature in the form of cataclysm (explosion of santorini in 1492)

I am fixated with Gobekli Tepe


The Anunnaki: The Seven Great Gods
the anunnaki 7

“Those Who From Heaven to Earth Came”
“The Shining Ones


Inscriptions of the Hopi deity, Masau’u

There are two central pillars in Göbeklitepe temples. There is question on if we define these two pillars as “The Dual Divinity,” in that they should be the “celestial parents” and “male and female principles” as well. In my opinion they were for the high-priests or head-shamans of Göbekli Tepe temples. In Sumerian mythology, sun god Utu stands between two columns which symbolize a gate; and the symbols are the sky and the earth. In Greek Mythology, the two pillars of Hercules guard the passage towards the unknown.


The Astrological signs according to Gobekli Tepe interpretation: ca 9000 bc

    general myths not related to GT Lascaux 14,500 bc
 Northern Crown    10,000 - 11,000 bc 

CUEVA DE EL CASTILLO

 Aries    
 Taurus    Lascaux Taurus w Pleiades
 Gemini charging ibex   
     
     
 Virgo downward crawling frog   
 Libra Goose/Duck swimming or floating bird   
 Scorpio Scorpion   
  Lupus The Wolf   
 Sagittarius Eagle/Vulture  Bison Man 
 Capricorn Auroch   
 Aquarius Fox (North asterism) Boar (S Asterism)   
 Pisces Bending Bird (Crane)   
 Ophiuchus downward wriggling snake or fish (Serpens)   
Vega and Deneb  H Symbols       According to Dr Rappenglueck, these outlines form a map of the sky with the eyes of the bull, birdman and bird representing the three prominent stars Vega, Deneb and Altair.
 Counting System     V Symbols   
Snakes    Comets (also possibly fox, auroch   

"The general orientation of the structures towards the pole stars of earlier millennia reinforces this view, and suggests observations possibly as far back as 12,000 BC, or perhaps even earlier."

"Let’s summarize what has just happened. The proposal that low-relief animal symbols (except the snake) represent asterisms is almost certainly correct."

Another unverified author claims the site is laid out according to the Pleiades


This same author claims the Lascaux caves have identical layout


http://www.philipcoppens.com/gobekli.html

http://www.ancient-origins.net/opinion/secret-gobekli-tepe-cosmic-equinox-and-sacred-marriage-part-1-002861

The Sun symbol is with a hole in its center

Likewise, another astronomer, B. G. Sidharth expresses that 12 pillars located around the center of Temple D could symbolize the 12 months of the year. Sidharth also thinks the “H” sign on one of the center pillars symbolizes the Orion constellation. He believes the sun and moon signs imply a solar eclipse [4]. According to Schmidt, however, the H-like sign characterizes the male and female relationship [8]. When examined closely, it does seem a kind of relationship between two individuals: both thrusting out their hands to one another.

he center pillars which depict the “H” and sun-moon signs stylize the human body, as it is generally accepted. Arms and hands can be seen precisely. Human faces are not clear. It might be that they are not humans, but gods or goddesses of the Neolithic. We see arms bestride both sides of the pillar, and the hands come together on omphalos, or navel. This standing position might be considered special and perhaps sacred. Sumerian goddess Inanna was characterized in a standing position just like center pillars of Göbeklitepe. Likewise, huge statues of Easter Islands were constructed in this kind of sacred standing position (hands on omphalos). According to some, this posture symbolizes “birth” or “rebirth”.

Gobekli Tepe Figurine

http://www.rupestre.net/tracce/?p=8048
http://www.midnightsciencejournal.com/2016/03/29/worlds-oldest-writing-discovered/


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