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Stephany, Timothy J.

Timothy J. Stephany is a keen student of mythology in general and Norse mythology(a) in particular. He has also written a book, The Eden Enigma[840],  which explores the background to the biblical story of the Garden of Eden. He has an extensive website that offers a fascinating and well illustrated paper(b) on the remarkable Göbekli Tepe site which includes a number of carved animal that Stephany suggests may be a representation of constellations when they were carved. His site also includes a review(c) of Jim Allen’s theory,  which places Atlantis in the Andes, but concludes at the end of a lengthy paper that the evidence is not strong enough. His article on paleoastronomy(d) should be read in conjunction with his comments on Göbekli Tepe.

(a) http://timothystephany.com/gods.html (offline Sept.2018) See Archive 3611

(b) http://timothystephany.com/gobekli.html (offline Sept.2018) See: Archive 3610

(c) http://timothystephany.com/atlantis.html (offline Sept. 2018)

(d) http://timothystephany.com/paleoastronomy.html (offline Sept. 2018)