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Gobekli Tepe and the Genesis of the Giza Pyramids with Andrew Collins
Join renowned researcher Andrew Collins as he explores the mysteries of the origins of the 12,000 year old complex at Gobekli Tepe and its influences on other ancient global cultures.
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A special online presentation with Andrew Collins from our  Annual Ancient Mysteries Conference: Encounters with the Ancient Ones: Lost Technologies, Missing Connections and New Discoveries Revealed

Renowned explorer and researcher Andrew Collins reveals how the newly-discovered archaic human population known as the Denisovans might well have been the first human population to engineer landscapes, make dams and waterways, create stone monuments, fashion musical instruments, and create a polar-centric cosmology based around the stars of the northern night sky. He proposes that it was their extraordinary knowledge that would eventually inspire the creation of Göbekli Tepe in southeast Turkey--and the Giza Pyramids of Egypt.

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Andrew Collins is the author of various books that challenge the way we perceive the past, including his most recent, Atlantis in the Caribbean and The Comet That Changed the World. He has been investigating the idea of advanced civilizations in prehistory for almost 40 years. His recent book, The Cygnus Key: Gobekli Tepe and the Birth of Egypt, explores this fantastic megalithic complex and its links to the Garden of Eden.