a reply to: penfold
Yeah i caught it when I was making my Gobekli Tepe grand segment for "PRIMAL". I didnt actually notice the shape until I saw the bull carved into
several of them, and then at thee sister site where they had the bull inside their house next to their bed where their head goes.
Making a clip / segment of heavy video editing you play the same sequences again and again and again, so next I looked at the thing and 'WTF that
whole thing is a shroom temple'.
If you go read about those pillars you'll see them called "T Shaped". I had one friend over to screen the piece and I asked him what shape it that,,
he goes 'its a T shape'. But the thing is they didnt have writing so the "T" to us is nothing to them.
The one thing clear by the archeologists is that isnt a place to live, that's the regional central religious ceremonial complex. Getting off on the
'gods' was paramount to all ancient peoples we know about, starting with them. That place seems to me like the place people would do a pilgrimage sort
of festival, surely in the nice warm months... I'd bet almost everything the month/week when shrooms would emerge in their locale is when they'd have
their big communal festival thingie. Everyone would show up with their sacred plant admixtures, including the first beer somewhere along during the
So a "T" they are not. They're definitely religious. They were so important to them that when whatever happened to break up their community they
hauled and backfilled a mountain of stone and materials to entomb the place.
And just look at them. The thickness of the 'lids', the odd angles they rest at, the rounded top corners but sharps bottom corners.... those are
shrooms! The're even arranged like clusters of shrooms sticking up out of cowpies.
So I just had to slip in a quick 20 seconds (of Joe Rogan as the audio) talking about people worshiping cows because of the 'god molecule' that pushes
up out of cowpies.
You gotta put yourself in their shoes, back then Animism, in ancient primitive peoples the world over Animism is the universal religion while any
plant etc that alters your consciousness was bigger than television. So of course they were getting off on whatever was available. Now the cow / bull
isnt the only critter being worshiped, yet the world over as you'll be able to see in The Darkest Patterns (without me actually spelling it out)
everywhere there's a culture / civilization / empire the bull is there as often the most important of all animal symbolisms.
As it is the most pronounced from the very first site we know about: Gobekli Tepe, so are many other common features in later religions, such as
resurrection, the number 12, solar arrangements, and last but not least the Twin Towers.
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