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Hakan from the Center of the World (Turquie)

Hakan from the Center of the World 18July2017

 

When I started to think about making this video channel " Why Is This True?" more worldly my initial thought was Russia, but then Hakan and I became friends on Facebook and I found a kindred spirit with much knowledge and curiosity.

 

Hakan volunteered to translate the first Tony Rodrigues interviews to Turkish and he also explained why his home of Turkey can rightly be considered the center of the world.

 

This is not only a claim for geography, but I suspect that there are also some historical and spiritual aspects to this center that we have yet to discover. Hakan is one of the newest administrators of the Prepare for Change – Turkey group.

 

Turkey is a country with a rich history and is found in an important geographical location which has been the home of many ancient cultures.

 

Among these is the civilization discovered in Gobeklitepe which is estimated to have been founded 11,500 years ago, which could make it the oldest civilization in recorded history.

 

Early urban society began in Anatolia during the Neolithic Age (10th-5th millennium BC), with Göbeklitepe, Çatalhöyük and Istanbul (Yenikapı). Followed by the Chalcolithic Age (5th-3rd millennium BC) and the Early Bronze Age (3rd-2nd millennium BC) with Troy, Aslantepe, Alacahöyük, and Kültepe. After the period of Assyrian (25th or 24th millennium BC – 608 BC) and Hittites (18th millennium BC – 800 BC), with Hattusha, the Anatolian kingdoms of Urartu (860-580 BC), Phrygia (750-600 BC), Lydia (680-546 BC) with Aphrodisias, Caria (11th-6th century BC), and Lycia (395 BCE-1176 AD) grew in importance beginning at the dawn of the first millennium BC.

 

Following the invasion of Anatolia, Ephesus and the Commagene kingdom, by the Achaemenid Persian Empire (546-334 BC) in the 6th century BC, they became its provinces. Alexander the Great then conquered Anatolia in the 4th century BC, and Greek cultural influence and power penetrated into Europe and Asia. Under the Roman Empire (133BC – 395 AD), Anatolia was absorbed into Roman territory, and the civilizations surrounding the Mediterranean, including Pergamon, Assos, Miletus, and Didyma, lived their “Pax Romana.”

 

Ancient times aside, Turkey has been home to other great empires that have shaped history, most importantly the Seljuk, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires. As of today, many excavation projects in Turkey have been conducted by national and international teams of archaeologists. Currently, 16 sites including archaeological properties in Turkey are included in the World Heritage List; 60 sites are nominated in the Tentative List of World Heritage sites by the World Heritage Centre of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Source: http://www.turkishculture.org/archaeo... archaeological-sites-in-1018.htm

 

While Hakan and other administrators share the belief that Turkey will end up playing an important role in the world’s awakening, there is also the belief that the country has been under various negative influences for quite some time.

During this unprecedented time of disclosure we encourage you pay to attention to Turkey.



09/10/2017
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