November 2016 - Turkey, Bosphorus. People filmed huge UFO mothership arriving over Bosphorus through what seems to be an interdimensional portal. Amazing video.
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Turkey was a pioneering land for the visitors from not only our Sun, but also those from other stars, millennia ago. Along with Persia, it was seen as the land that united East and West geographically, yet divided Earth into two worlds. This region remained a sought-after power base right through to Emperor Constantine and then later the Ottoman Empire.
Pluto’s gate is mentioned first as it was a Greco-Roman site, in line with those we have just looked at. The final two sites date back much earlier and were subject to non-solar influences.
Pluto’s Gate, Turkey
Pluto’s Gate was established at the ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis -- now a World Heritage Site in Turkey –at the beginning of the 2nd century BC. Known as Plutonium in Latin, this portal is anchored inside a small cave, just large enough for one person at a time to enter through a fenced entrance, beyond which stairs go down. Today there are still the remains of a temple, a pool and a series of steps placed above the cave, which was described in historic sources as being ‘filled with lethal mephitic vapors’. The Greek geographer Strabo wrote, "This space is full of a vapor so misty and dense that one can scarcely see the ground. Any animal that passes inside meets instant death." They were instantly killed by the carbon dioxide fumes.
As with Delphi, the vapors were intended to discourage trespassers. Initiates crawled over the floor to pockets of oxygen (carbon dioxide is heavier than air and settles in hollows). The cave is the source of thermal springs which attracted pilgrims for their healing properties. The overseers of healing and spiritual practices here were the descendant followers of Asclepius, who came to be known as Asclepiadae, corresponding with those we also know as Theraputae and, later, the Essenes. The Sun-dwellers spent as much time in our world as they needed to in order lay the foundations of medicine and science, but the idea was to eventually have humanity trained and proficient in these methods. This one was fully functional until the 4th century AD, when it was eventually destroyed by Christians.
Prehistoric Settlements in Southern Anatolia
Not all portal connections originated from our Sun. Other parties arrived from the stars that were noted by Job in the Bible: the Pleiades, Orion and Arcturus – as well as Aldebaran. Turkey looked like the perfect location and great experiments were to be carried out in architecture and construction in rock. Just like megalithic structures in Egypt, Lebanon, the UK and South America, these ancient builders used unknown methods to quarry, sculpt and maneuver large stones over challenging distances and heights. However both these sites were abandoned mid-project.
Gobekli Tepe, Turkey
The interstellar colonists of southeastern Anatolia who arrived in the 10th millennium BC devoted their time and energy to constructing magnificent edifices. Their star-gate was anchored below the sacred mound, or ‘tell,’ known as Gobekli Tepe. For almost two thousand years, hundreds of alien beings came and went, their intended mission being to bring spirituality to humanity - Gobekli was not so much a city as a spiritual centre that attracted human devotees from the end of the Mesolithic period. Experts have declared this to be the oldest religious site yet discovered. More than 200 precisely carved stone pillars of huge T-shaped stelae were erected in a series of circles. Each weighing up to 20 metric tons and standing up to 6 metres high, they were fitted into sockets hewn out of the bedrock. For reasons best known to themselves, their mission was terminated. When the inhabitants disappeared from the site around 8,200 BC, they did so very deliberately, burying all their structures under 500 tons of landfill each. The aliens departed Earth, while their offspring and other mortals who had advanced sufficiently, shifted to a higher dimensional frequency that surrounds our planet.
In the following millennium, around 7500 BC, another race emerged in Anatolia, also staying almost two thousand years. Often called the world’s oldest city, Çatalhöyük was home to a ‘religion,’ rich in symbols. It housed large public meeting-rooms which acted as shrines where rituals were performed, invoking invisible beings in the realms of subtle energy. In this pre-iron age period, they established a sophisticated society with cleverly designed buildings that had smoothly plastered walls decorated with ornate murals. The city was uniquely built like a hive and the inhabitants lived in mud-brick houses clustered in a honeycomb maze, with rooftop sidewalks and holes in the ceiling for doorways accessed by ladders and stairs. The citizens observed an unexpectedly high level of cleanliness and hygiene for their day, with middens established outside the walls for sewage and food waste. Paintings and clay figurines are found throughout the settlement, notably the ‘Seated Woman of Çatalhöyük’. By the end of their time there, the population had grown to around 10,000, which makes it a very large city for that time in history. At some point between 5700 and 5600 BCE, the interstellar visitors returned to where they came from and the human/hybrid civilization they had nurtured also vanished, leaving their city standing vacant. They continued to dwell on or around this geographical location, but in a higher dimensional form than ours.
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