Every thing is there to ponder, today i'm again looking at Gobekli Tepe, so much puzzle for an archaeoastronomer!
A wonder to behold too! At least what I've seen on the internet. It is near the border with Iran / ancient Persia.
The temple? and sculptures they have found, sound remarkably like the Cayce readings of a lifetime he had or said he did, around the same time period they allot for Gobekli Tepe....and his readings were done in the 1930s.
In that lifetime, he was a nomadic priest/mystic type, who led his people into Egypt. But the place where he claims he recalls this past lifetime (that parralled his life as EC), was described as near Persia - and called it "the city near the hills and plains"
Someone on Quora wrote the following, but I"d like to find the or original reading -
Edgar Cayce, the great psychic, was recalling his former lives in a reading. He told of one in current day Iran, which was called the city by the hills and plains. I think the date was circa 9,000 bce. (or earlier)
He had been tortured terribly, but survived, and was given greater spiritual gifts by God, for maintaining his faith thru the ordeal.
He founded a tent city along a popular caravan route. He began using his talents to heal people, and teach them spiritual truths. It became a famous center for wisdom, and grew in wealth.
The city came to the notice of the Greeks due to its great wealth. They decided upon a clever strategy to take and plunder it. They selected a bevy of beautiful maidens, skilled in music and dance, and sent them there. They were to act as spies, and report back any weaknesses.
The city was invaded and destroyed, Cayce, using a different name then, was killed. He was buried in a cave near modern Shustar Iran, and some of his possessions were buried with him. These included his magic wand.