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Contact in the Desert -Jennifer Stein on Gobekli Tepe
Jennifer will present an overview with slides and film clips on the archeological site in Turkey known as Gobekli Tepe. Jennifer traveled to Turkey in 2012 with Boston University Professor Robert Schoch, along with Linda Moulton Howe, and other researchers to study and explore this site firsthand. Jennifer will provide a PowerPoint on this site including some short film clips of these travels that include both Robert Schoch and Professor Klaus Schmidt, the chief archeologist on the site from 1995 until his death in 2014. Jennifer will provide insights into why this ancient site plays a significant role in our ever-evolving understanding of human history.
Jennifer Stein holds a Batchelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona, in textiles. She is an entrepreneur, activist, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. Jennifer has been reading, researching, and traveling to ancient sites for 10 years for firsthand exploration and examination. She is the founder of Main Line MUFON, a regional branch of the International Mutual UFO Network dedicated to providing monthly educational programming. She has been a State Section Director as a trained field investigator for the MUFON PA. She has recently accepted the post of program coordinator for Sedona MUFON now and she has relocated to Arizona in 2022.
Gobekli Tepe is an ancient site in southeastern Turkey. Excavated in-depth since 1994 by German archaeologist Klaus Schmidt, it is a series of deliberately buried Stone Circles, forming a mysterious complex. Central sanding stones have an anthropomorphic façade, making archaeologist question if they are to be interpreted as artistic renderings of tall humans looking toward the sky. Some of the unique carvings on the standing stones at Gobekli reflect similar aspects found in other significant sites in Greece, Easter Island, and India. These standing stone circles have been dated back to 10,000 BC when it was thought human civilization was only a hunter-gatherer civilization. The “pre-pottery – pre-writing” stage of human development. The mere existence of the site and the carbon dating from materials found next to the stones makes us question our understanding of human history possibly pushing the dates for advanced human civilization much further back in time.