This is the site of the worlds currently known oldest shrine or temple complex in the world, and the planet's oldest known example of monumental architecture.
The local limestone was carved into numerous statues and smaller sculptures, including a more than life-sized bare human head with a snake or sikha-like tuft.
This particular sculpture (right) is claimed to be the head of an Indian Vedic priest by B. G. Sidhartha, who whilst researching the early (similar) date of the Rig Veda, came across it in the archaeological literature. He said of it:
"Even a not-too-well informed Indian can make this out to be the sculpture of a Vedic priest, because such a hairstyle is a dying, but still alive tradition in India today".
Gobleki Tepi is the first stonehenge of the planet.All Stonehenges on this planet are Hindu in origin-- used for Agnihotra Havanams.
The Yazidis were the Hindu brahmin priests at Gobleki Tepi
Sources : ShankhNaad