The ruins of Gobeklitepe in Turkey are said to have been built between 10,000 BC and 8000 BC.

At the ruins of Gobeklitepe, huge T-shaped stone pillars are lined up in a circle. The total number of stone pillars is more than 200. Twenty circles drawn by them have been confirmed. Some stone pillars weigh more than 6 meters and weigh 20 tons. They are fitted into holes made in the bedrock.

The statue found at this site is similar in shape and location to the Moai statue on Easter Island. Easter Island also has a masonry with a notch, and the chest of the Moai statue also has a golden ratio vortex pattern.

The curve of the ear of the statue is the golden ratio.

Another statue of Gobeklitepe is in a chest-touching pose. This is the same as the statues of goddesses all over the world.

Two snake sculptures can be seen on the left and right of the middle of this statue. The image on the right below is a statue excavated from Nevalikoli of the same era next to Gobeklitepe. A snake can be seen on the back of the head, but Aeon can also see a snake from behind the head.



Goddess statue of Gobeklitepe. You can see the commonalities of the goddess statues in various places, such as the pose that touches her chest and the thick lower body.
Statue of Gobeklitepe, Turkey (c. 9500 BC)