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And symbols Revealing the existence of a long forgotten primal culture and the world’s first center of higher learning Laird Scranton shows how the sophisticated complex at Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is the definitive point of origin from which all the great civilizations of the past inherited their cosmology esoteric teachings and civilizing skills such as agriculture metallurgy and stone masonry fully developed Scranton explains how the carved images on Gobekli Tepe’s stone pillars were the precursors to the sacred symbols of the Dogon Egyptians Tibetans and Chinese as well as the matriarchal Sakti cult of ancient Iran and India He identifies Gobekli Tepe as a remote mountain sanctuary of higher knowledge alluded to in Sakti myth named like an important tem.

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Point of OriginReveals Gobekli Tepe as a center of civilizing knowledge for the ancient world• Details how symbolic elements at Gobekli Tepe link a pre Vedic cult in India to cosmological myths and traditions in Africa Egypt Tibet and China• Discusses how carved animal images at Gobekli Tepe relate to stages of creation and provide an archaic foundation for symbolic written language• Defines how classical elements of ancient Egyptian myth and religion characterize an archaic cosmological tradition that links ancestrally back to Gobekli TepeHow could multiple ancient cultures spanning both years and geography have strikingly similar creation myths and cosmologies Why do the Dogon of Africa and the civilizations of ancient Egypt India Tibet and China share sacred words.

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Free download Point of Origin ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ó Reveals Gobekli Tepe as a center of civilizing knowledge for the ancient world• Details how symbolic elements at Gobekli Tepe link a pre Vedic cult in India to cosmological myths and traditions in Africa Egypt Tibet and China• Discusses how carved animal images at GoPle in Egypt and defined in ancient Buddhist tradition as Vulture Peak Scranton reveals how Gobekli Tepe’s enigmatic “H” carvings and animal symbolism symbolic of stages of creation was presented as a kind of prototype of written language accessible to the hunter gathers who inhabited the region He shows how the myths and deities of many ancient cultures are connected linguistically extending even to the name of Gobekli Tepe and the Egyptian concept of Zep Tepi the mythical age of the “First Time” Identifying Gobekli Tepe not only as the first university but also as the first temple perhaps built as a civilizing exercise Scranton definitively places this enigmatic archaeological site at the point of origin of civilization religion and ancient scienc.