2. Göbekli Tepe
“Gobekli Tepe changes everything!” That statement accompanied all the accounts of the incredible discovery made just a decade ago.
If we are to believe radiocarbon dating, Göbekli Tepe is the oldest temple in the history of humanity. So, what’s the problem with that? The answer will amaze.
12,000 years ago, an ancient population from southeastern Turkey got the technology and resources to erect an impressive sanctuary. At the same time, the rest of the world was struggling to make ends meet regarding food and shelter.
What gave them the competitive edge in the race to establish the first human civilization? Did they work harder than the rest? Did otherworldly creatures mentor them?
When mainstream science has a hard time explaining archeological artifacts, it is perfectly reasonable for alternative theories to step in. One thing is sure – we are far from putting the finger on the real cause behind the remarkable breakthrough at Gobekli Tepe.
Archeologists revealed that the human race is no so pure-blooded as we once thought.