Continued from… Arther & Ayse’s Gobeklitepe Adventure 073/078
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Tee-tee. Tee-tee. Tee-tee… that is the Göbeklitepe telephone ring.
“T is for telephone and that’ll be the phone!” said T jokingly about the bleedin’ obvious.
T handed the dog ‘n’ bone (Cockney rhymin’ innit!) to Ayşe to answer, “It’s the BBC.”
“Ah, the Brussels Broadcasting Company,” said Arther. “Britain’s £3.74 billion taxpayer funded Pravda.”
“They want to ask you Arther about being at Göbeklitepe on the Turkish-Syrian border.”
“Tell them I’m busy having my hair done… no thank you Ayşe, they will never analyse nor report upon Göbeklitepe properly. They are conventional agenda driven, just like the €U just like UNESCO.”
“Oh Arther, you’re so critical political!”
“Critical political? What, and the BBC are fair, open, objective and apolitical? John Humbumphrys, Eddie NightMair, Lice Dullset, the Dumblebey brothers… Trends Journal publisher Gerald Celente calls them presstitutes and he’s not wrong. Brian Clotz, the BBC science poster boy of the solid world mind set, says ghosts are not real. Really Brian Clotz? A scientist declares something does not exist just like that? Just because you haven’t seen one, doesn’t mean there isn’t one. Is it proving a negative or evidence of absence? I’ve not knowingly seen a ghost, but that does not negate their existence, does it?”
“Do you want to see a ghost Arther?” offered T.
“… as well as mermaids? Yeah, go on then!”
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Puff! Out of the blue appeared a fellow holding a head under his arm.
“Hello! Merhaba! I’m Piri Reis, the chap who made the map you were sitting on and they still cut my head off! How’s that gratitude for you?”
“Woowwww! Ghosts don’t exist? Brian Clutz, where are you?” Arther was even more amazed than before. This Göbeklitepe adventure was the best, getting curiouser and curiouser.
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“Who’s for another cuppa tea?” asked Mrs. T.
Arther turned to look, turned back again and puff! Piri was gone.
“It was a brief encounter Arther,” assured T, “but none the less, a real encounter of the ghostly kind.”
“Did you see that?” Arther sought confirmation.
“It was Piri Reis popping by to say hi. It’s Göbeklitepe and all perfectly normal,” replied Ayşe, “tea?”
“Abi çay molası! Teas’s up!” announced Mr. T.
To be continued….
Arther & Ayse’s Gobeklitepe Adventure on Tap Blog. A spontaneous social media story experiment originally tested on FakeBook 19 November 2017. Gobeklitepe is an ancient megalith site on the Turkish-Syrian border said to be at least 11,600 years old. Is it just a bunch of old stones stood in Turkish soil or a game changer for a myriad of reasons? This story aims to explore the possible implications and touch upon issues and subject matter posted about on Tap Blog.