Gobekli Tepe Was Built Before Humans Knew How to Grow Food About 9,000 Years Ago!
Around 1960s, people in Turkey found an ancient buried complex composed of huge stone pillars arranged in a circle like Stonehenge, some of them 30 feet tall. Except they were older than Stonehenge … 6,000 years older.
Having been dated to around 9000 B.C., Gobekli Tepe is thought to be the oldest construction project known. And this doesn’t make much sense, because conventional knowledge has always been that humans didn’t start building things until after we learned how to farm. Given that excavations turned up a whole lot of bones at the site, probably from animal sacrifices, archaeologists are pretty sure that it was a religious site, which seems to indicate that it was religion, not agriculture, that first inspired people to build this structure perhaps to their Nephilim gods.