Karahan Tepe: Venus and and the Galactic Cycles of Life

Workshop with

Andrew Collins

Friday, May 31, 2024
Location: Endeavor Room

We look deeper at what was going on at one Taş Tepeler site named Karahan Tepe, which has some of the most bizarre architecture in the world. Alignments at the site show that its shamans not only took the form of the snake to enter otherworldly realms, but did so in order to venerate Galactic center. Seen as the active spirit of a cosmic serpent communications with this entity might well have provided the knowledge that created the Neolithic revolution with the invention of animal husbandry and agriculture. The memory of these sudden advances in human technology influenced the story of Adam and Eve and the knowledge passed to humankind by the Serpent of Eden. But who or what exactly was the cosmic serpent? At the center of the galaxy is a supermassive black hole corresponding to the head of the galactic serpent. New theories suggest it could be a thinking, living entity holding together the entire Milky Way galaxy. Andrew shows not only the reality of this cosmic entity, but also how its influence on the solar system is cyclic and became known to the peoples of Taş Tepeler through their use of the planet Venus to mark the rise and fall of life on earth.



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