‘Look at the sky, see the moon’ | Mysterious monolith appears in Turkey

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Turkish authorities are investigating the appearance of a mysterious monolith in the southeast of the country.

The metal block was found by a farmer on Friday in Sanliurfa province with old Turkic script that reads “Look at the sky, see the moon.”

The monolith, 3 meters high (about 10 feet), was discovered near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Gobekli Tepe, which has megalithic structures dating to the 10th millennium B.C., thousands of years before Stonehenge.

Turkish media reported Sunday that gendarmes were looking through CCTV footage and investigating vehicles that may have transported the monolith.

Other mysterious monoliths have popped up and some have disappeared in numerous countries in recent months.

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  • 1 thought on “‘Look at the sky, see the moon’ | Mysterious monolith appears in Turkey”

    1. Then why people are not looking at Moon. This is a message. Look at the moon, there is a face of the Awaited one (Imam Mehdi) who is going to save this world. Look at the Moon

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