Why the Göbekli Tepe was Abandoned and Buried? If we accept the claim that the area is a kind of religious center, it seems to have been abandoned because of a change in beliefs. To date, the monuments had lost their level of interest in the field of thought. The next mystery, the whole site is buried. It is possible that the site is naturally buried after being abandoned, but its position is not possible. Crumbling is not generally deposited in the hills, which tend to be erosion zones, not deposition. As a result, the monuments are likely to stop Göbekli Tepe from being buried deliberately. The challenging question that determines this is that the explanations are mostly theoretical. For future generations it is possible to be buried for protection. It may have been buried because a new religion appeared in the region and the sacred area of an ancient religion had to be destroyed. There may be another reason, because after a while it was considered taboo.
If the site was a religious temple, another possible reason that would seem logical is that the burial is part of a kind of sanctification process. In many cultures there are examples that need to be destroyed or neutralized in the absence of objects or buildings thought to have a supernatural or divine power. In many Christian traditions, the restoration of a abandoned or revised church must be ritually sanctified, for someone accidentally uses it as a sacred table for ordinary use and guilty of divinity.