The ruins correlate with the Pleiades... in orientation and with the biggest stone circle also correlating with the biggest star Alcyone. Note the area on the map at the top of the image with a question mark. This is where I believe an original circle once existed instead of in the position of point ‘E’ (an enclosure that is square and not circular but is made up of 4 megalithic stone pillars). For now, let us accept point ‘E’ as representing the star correlation since it is an enclosure and it holds 4 substantial stone pillars (blue).
Egyptian evidence coincidently proposes the two stars Atlas and Pleione in this ‘straight line’ alignment in more than two cases, so what one needs to recheck with astronomers is star movement data. They say that the Pleiades cluster of stars has retained its general positioning and appearance as it is seen here for over 17000 years. The position ‘x’ is where I believe another circle may once have existed and has potentially been removed through either war or later rebuilds. Or perhaps the ancients thousands of years later forgot the secret, its sacredness and used the stones.
If scholars insist Gobekli Tepe was the ‘first civilisation’, I realised that if my theory that visitors from an earth-like planet associated with a Sun-like star near the Pleiades was a reality beyond theory status, then evidence of this had to be found here too… ostensibly the oldest civilisation. But not just a hint of the theme, it had to be one of the strongest cases to date presenting my work.
My ‘star map theory’ insists that ALL the first civilisations on this planet had beginnings with advanced knowledge, all were obsessed in portraying their identical but shared blueprint code of who they were and where they came from: that they were human and that they came from the stars… or more specifically one special star. One would surely expect this kind of passion if humanity shared a unifying and unique genesis: people proud of their heritage as descendants of a very advanced and sacred star ancestor bloodline.
Yes, this indeed seemed to be the case in the beginning. Civilisations put up monuments to their heritage, built cities to emulate the stars and areas in the heavens that they were so proud to come from. But in time, in the name of kingship, glory, power and profit, one by one, kings decided to hide the truth making it available only to their kin. In doing this, they lied to their people that only they were of the sacred bloodline. Foreigners, whose heritage had once been the same, were considered as ‘not chosen’ lineage completely and it was easy for rulers to recruit armies to attack those who were not the chosen ones. They would obey orders and murder, rape and pillage foreign lands.
The elite rich people kingships in many lands kept the secret. Powerful empires grew and in all likelihood this is probably how secret sects and secret societies began… hiding and encoding knowledge of the divine and heavenly equality and sacred beginnings of all humanity.
Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is currently placed by archaeologists as the ‘ground zero’ of human beginnings on the planet. Some go as far as saying it must therefore be the Eden of the biblical account, while others say this is the real place of ‘Tep Zepi’ predating Egypt. I believe Stonehenge, Egypt, Sumer, the Inca, the Maya and all the other ancient civilisations had the same early arrival so to speak on this planet, so they all share this colonisation ‘secret’ in many areas within a similar time window. But let us go with academic insistence for now that this is the earliest record of advanced thinking human life and they place it somewhere around 12000 years ago.
For those not familiar with the history of the Gobekli Tepe site in Turkey or the general findings claimed so far by the historians working there. Look at the way the top portion of the stone pillar has its strange tilted lintel fit flush like the Inca, here is where the stone masons are megalithic class without a doubt. Click the image below for more. This link has the latest stunning images presented by the Smithsonian: