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More Detais about Urandir Research in Turkey

Urandir Oliveira leds 13 days of great emotions and a lot of work that brought together 80 researchers from Project Portal Association.

Urandir - Alessandro and Vanessa Gallery -Turkey 2013 marble Details at the Museum of Aphrodisias in Turkey

Urandir – Alessandro and Vanessa Gallery -Turkey 2013 marble Details at the Museum of Aphrodisias in Turkey

To carry out the surveys, long commutes were carried out to establish the connection between the legacy of ancient civilizations and their interconnections with other ones found in many regions of the planet. Through the analysis of symbols found in almost all the surveyed places, it was possible to picture the hihg intelligences of remote civilizations that was previously believed that there were uncivilizated. Many archaeologists are already intrigued by the analysis of this information.

Urandir was participated in all researches, which were marked with big surprises with what was found, such the similarity and correspondence with the symbols and artifacts found in previous expeditions in the Amazon region and in several Brazilian regions such as the ruins of São Miguel Of Missions. Similarities were also related to ruins found elsewhere in the world like in Paraguay, Bolivia, France, Peru, Spain, among others. Urandir was very pleased with the results of research and also with joy and willingness of researchers during activities.


Research in Turkey 2013 – Urandir

Urandir and reseach in Turkey

The sarcophagus of Mevlâna is located under the green dome (Kibab’ulaktab). It is covered with brocade, embroidered in gold with verses from the Koran. This, and all other covers, were a gift of sultan Abdul Hamid II in 1894. The actual burial chamber is located below it. Next to Mevlâna’s sarcophagus are several others, including the sarcophagi of his father Bahaeddin Veled and his son Sultan Veled. The wooden sarcophagus of Mevlâna dates from the 12th century now stands over the grave of his father. It is a masterpiece of Seljuk woodcarving. The silver lattice, separating the sarcophagi from the main section, was built by Ilyas in 1579.

The Ritual Hall (Semahane) was built under the reign of Süleyman the Magnificent at the same time as the adjoining small mosque. In this hall the dervishes used to perform the Sema, the ritual dance, on the rhythm of musical instruments such as, the kemence (a small violin with three strings), the keman (a larger violin), the halile (a small cymbal), the daire (a kind of tambourine), the kudüm (a drum), the rebab (a guitar) and the flute, played once by Mevlâna himself. All these instruments are on display in this room, together with an ancient Kirşehir praying rug (18th century), dervish clothes (Mevlâna’s included) and four crystal[citation needed] mosque lamps (16th century, Egyptian Mameluk period). In this room one can also see a rare Divan-i-Kebir (a collection of lyric poetry) from 1366 and two fine specimens of Masnavis (books of poems written by Mevlâna) from 1278 and 1371

The  gallery bellow was taked from Urandir Oliveira in 2013 during Zigurats Reaseach in Turkey.