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What major ritual did our prehistoric ancestors celebrate in the caves? Why were the great megalithic sites built?
Based on the deciphering of the symbolic language of mythology carried out in the previous volumes, we review and analyze in detail the megalithic temples built as part of the original universal mythological religion, with the temples of Malta, Göbekli Tepe and Stonehenge.
These temples, as we shall see, illustrate once again the universal nature of the belief in the rebirth of the great god and the related role attributed to the mother goddess, as well as the great diversity of symbols used by mythological religion to convey its fundamental doctrine.
And to think that this is just one step towards our ultimate goal: to find the true meaning of our existence by solving the greatest enigma of all: our origin!
I'm just a Sunday reader, but what an enormous amount of work and research is available to us!
Thank you! And Chapeau bas!
Hello dear @Yvar BREGEANT. It goes without saying that this excerpt from another part of your work won't be receiving a starred salvo before the year is out... What an immense research project and what an exciting result! /// The discovery of the Göbekli Tepe site propels us 1,500 years ahead of the dating of what was thought to be the world's oldest cult... even before the culture or art of pottery... It's simply mind-boggling! Absolutely enormous! as our friend Luchini would say :-), just like the questioning of the fact that cults and religions were born of sedentarization... /// Many thanks for sharing this extract, which symbolically sheds light on some of the mysteries surrounding the beliefs and knowledge of our distant ancestors. /// Have a nice day! Best regards, Zoé