Karahan Tepe is the most exciting archeological discovery of the twenty-first century. The sister site of Gobekli Tepe, it is situated around 30 miles to the east in the remote Tektek Mountains. Here since 2019 a team from Istanbul University has uncovered an enormous complex of 11,000 year old stone enclosures with over 250 T-pillars, rock-cut masonry including buttresses and thrones, as well as geometrically perfect enclosures.
These structures display solar alignments that reveal the importance of considerable snake carvings at the site. These alignments are toward the stars of Cygnus, the celestial vulture, as well as galactic center, the center of our own Milky Way galaxy.
Andrew Collins explains the importance of these alignments to our knowledge of the origins of human civilization, and explains how the builders of Karahan Tepe are remembered in legend as the Anunnaki, Watchers and Nephilim.