April 8, 2016, I published an article which I called The Mysterious Artefacts of the Bosnian Pyramids. This article has received a lot of positive comments and there has been overwhelmingly a lot of readers, especially from the USA. Thousands and thousands of people have taken their time to read my article regarding the artefacts of the Bosnian pyramids. As a thank you and because all of us love science, especially history, I have decided to make a second part of this theme. This article will be built the same way as the previous one and will act as a continuation on the previous article.
Before we start researching some of the artefacts together, I want to state a very important point; this article are only ideas, only for research-purposes. Nothing in this article is concluded. It is open for everyone to participate and use the articles I make as sources in their own articles or studies, especially if they make their own hypothesis and conclude something based on their research. I believe that it is important to share our ideas, especially when it comes to science, because without science, we may as well just be stuck in past. Science has given us some answers, but it has also opened more paths – paths to more questions. That is the beauty of research. No ideas in science should be shut down by other people – we should have open, scientific and philosophical ideas, then we extend our knowledge about our past.
In history it is important that we think in the point of view of our ancients. For some of us, ordinary looking stones are just stones, but for the people of the past, these were for instance used for rituals or as tools. It is difficult to think in others point of view, especially when it comes to the past, but we should try as hard as we can, because only then we can understand why people used some of the artefacts. We may never have answers to all our questions of how the ancients acted, for instance the Olmec heads, where the historians and archaeologists are still debating regarding their purpose. In this article, I will give my point of view regarding the different artefacts, while we think in the ancient’s point of view, so that we can get an idea easily.
It is important to state that there are many reasons of why there has not been found so many mind-blowing artefacts in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. 1) Many of the artefacts have probably been used by previous cultures, 2) many of the artefacts are thousands of years old and may have been destroyed, or are covered deep by debris yet to be discovered and 3) the artefacts have been taken and/or sold by someone. An anonymous source, which is a local, has stated that after the pyramids were discovered many artefacts, especially from the entrance of the Ravne tunnels were taken out and sold by the locals, so that the locals can finance themselves. This is understandable, because the Bosnian economy is very weak, and it was very weak in 2006. However, there are still locals that are selling artefacts that they found around the pyramids. A person is for instance selling sandstone blocks from the Bosnian Moon pyramid. The Archaeological Park: The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation cannot do anything about this, because it is private land. By all these, there are several problems and reasons of why there has not been found that many artefacts. Also, archaeology is a slow process, and the foundation is financing themselves by for instance tickets, souvenirs, donations books etc. It will take decades to uncover many of the artefacts from the ancients, but the artefacts that has been recovered is a good start. Now, I hope that you will enjoy this article, and after you have read it, you will research these things even more, no matter if you are the one that supports the project or a sceptic – this project is open for everyone, and I am open for all kinds of ideas.
Let us start with some similar artefacts that were found on the bottom of the Bosnian Sun pyramid. The land that the artefacts were found is private, and it belongs to Adil Music. Apparently he was building something at his land, likely stairs, and he found some very interesting blocks. The material of the blocks is sandstone, nothing special. However, inside the sandstone blocks there is a granite-like material, the video. Later he did his own excavations at the side of his house, where he found more of these blocks, but they were much thinner and perhaps with a different material. Video can be found here: Spontaneous Archaeology on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
It is very common that blocks have been removed so that people can make the foundation for their houses, and many of them even used the blocks in the building process. Therefore, most of the Bosnian Sun pyramid’s bottom has been destroyed. There has been more cultural activity in the area, but I will write about it later. As we can see based on the video and the photographs, there are rectangular and perfectly shaped blocks. It is very weird that there is a granite-like material inside a sandstone block, and it raises some questions: Could the builders have used natural materials and placed sandstone on them, which they ‘’baked’’ later, making these blocks? It is not weird that people used many of the blocks from the Sun pyramid for their own houses, because 1) it was cheap and 2) already shaped.
The next artefact is also a block from the Bosnian Sun pyramid. This artefact was photographed by Jock Doubleday in 2015. The block is much bigger than the sandstone block, and it seems like it is a different material, perhaps a combination of thin concrete and clay. On top it is textured, perhaps by nature or by man.
My guess is that the thinner parts of the blocks are a ‘’cover’’ for the bigger concrete blocks, so that the concrete blocks do not get destroyed. These are protection blocks. We can clearly see that on archaeological trench 5B, on the Bosnian Sun pyramid, located near the bottom of the pyramid. It is also possible that some of these blocks may be found in the middle of the concrete blocks on the Bosnian pyramids, which got destroyed in the process of a dynamite explosion. However, it still needs more research.
The block that was photographed by Jock Doubleday is most likely broken and moved by someone. It was also probably used in modern times by people. We can find more of these blocks around the Bosnian Sun pyramid, and if they are laying on the grass, then it is logical that they were moved. The Bosnian Sun pyramid has different materials – sandstone, clay and concrete, but this article is not directly about the Bosnian Sun pyramid, but the artefacts, let us continue with the next one. If one wants to take a closer look on the concrete of the Bosnian Sun pyramid, please watch this video: Ancient concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
It is important to include some of the artefacts that have been excavated by the foundation. These artefacts are not from the builders of the Bosnian pyramids, but recent cultures, for instance the Butmir culture. The Butmir culture was a major bronze age culture which existed in Butmir, near Sarajevo, in vicinity of Ilidza in Bosnia and Herzegovina, dating from the Neolithic period. It is characterized by its unique pottery (Source: Wikipedia). Ildza is close to Visoko, only some kilometers. There has been found over 20 000 (Source: Ancient-Wisdom) pieces of pottery in the area, and this only proves that there has been a lot of cultural activity in the area – and I really believe that they used the blocks of the pyramid for their own buildings. Because there are no records of the Bosnian pyramids by these cultures, the pyramids were probably full of vegetation also then. But there is no doubt that for instance the Butmir got their inspiration for one artefact; the small pyramid, which I have already written in my previous article. Perhaps they got more inspiration for some of the artefacts and these artefacts may be discovered in the future.
What is weird is that there has not been found artefacts from the Butmir or Neolithic cultures in the Ravne tunnels. There has only been found a medieval oil lamp, which I have already discussed in this article: Discussing the Ravne tunnels and the mine hypothesis, which means that the Ravne tunnels are ancient. Before we go underground to the Ravne tunnels, let us finish the pyramids first.
Now, let us move on to the plateau of the Bosnian Sun pyramid, where a piece of a sandstone blocks was discovered in 2006, at the beginning of the excavations. This piece is obviously broken, but one can clearly see that it is modified by someone, probably by the builders of the Bosnian Sun pyramid.
It seems like the Bosnian Sun pyramid is built out of three different materials; clay, concrete and sandstone. Sandstone is usually on top, like a cover, then comes clay, and in some parts concrete, then again clay and it goes like that downwards. This is very interesting, and it may give us an understanding of how the structure is built or modified. More pieces like these may be found all over the Bosnian Sun pyramid.
Another artefact that was found at the beginning of the excavations on the Bosnian Sun pyramid, was a piece of concrete. However, the interesting part is that this piece is connected with a crystal. The artefact was discovered in 2006 at the bottom of the pyramid. At the back of the artefact, it is a darker colour, which means that the dark part was probably facing the pyramid
In my point of view, this artefact has gotten a lot of erosion, especially from the thick soil. The concrete and crystal was probably connected with each other in the past, but the other parts got destroyed. It could also be because of human-intervention, especially dynamite. If we look at one of the drilling-samples, we will see small crystals. Crystals, especially quarts, were mixed with clay and conglomerate, to make these blocks, perhaps because of the energetic effect.
Let us move to the Bosnian Moon pyramid, where several interesting artefacts were discovered. The next artefact is a fine piece of sandstone which is clearly man-made, and it is a piece of a bigger block.
The artefact may have been a part of some steps, which were probably destroyed by erosion. Or it may be a water system, to prevent water for staying on the blocks of the Moon pyramid – in fact, many have argued this. The blocks are inclined to the structure, and the reason why is because the builders or those who shaped the hill into a pyramid, wanted a drainage system. Often, the water is not staying on the blocks of the pyramids in Visoko, it goes downwards. Many have noticed, that even when it is raining, the blocks are not getting wet, but mostly dry, and that there are only dams on the top of the soil. Worth a thought.
The next artefact is a bigger sandstone block. I am including this in the article because it has a fine rectangular formation. The block was probably moved by someone recently. Smaller blocks like these are being sold by a man and the block I photographed was near the man’s ‘’shop.’’ Like I said before, the foundation cannot do anything with this right now, because it is private land, but I recommend that no one buy these kind of blocks by anyone in the future. These blocks belong to the public; the scientific community, so that we can try to answer the questions that are in front of us. If you want to see one of the smaller pieces of the blocks, you will find that in my previous article about the artefacts of the Bosnian pyramids.
The following artefact looks like a tool, and it was found under the soil on the bottom of the Bosnian Moon pyramid in 2006. It may be an ordinary stone, but what is interesting is that is fits in someone’s hand. Additionally the shape is interesting, and it seems like it was ‘’cut’’ in the past, if you look to the right side. You will see similar artefacts like this one in the future, where many of them can be found in the Ravne tunnels.
In addition, the artefact could also have served as an instrument of some kind. If you hit this stone with another, it may create a special sound. I have not tried it, but if the article can be found in foundation’s laboratory, it should be tried. The artefact may also have served other cultures, but this is unknown. More research and excavations should be conducted – and it is important to secure all the artefacts as soon as they are found. Too much artefacts have been taken from the site, which is very negative. The pyramids can always be reconstructed, the artefacts, however, cannot be that-
The following artefact was discovered under the soil at the Vratnica Tumulus. This is sandstone and it has a long shape. It was perhaps used a tool of some kind, or for rituals, for instance that it was an instrument. There are many similar artefacts like this one, and one will see that later in this article.
It is time to move underground; the mysterious Ravne tunnels. As we know, the Ravne tunnels were discovered in 2006, and soon after excavations began and the foundation has been cleaning the tunnels ever since. Before we begin, it is important to state that many artefacts, especially at the beginning of the tunnel, has disappeared, probably taken out by someone. An anonymous source, which is a local in the area and has been following the pyramid project since 2005, has told me that many artefacts has been sold on different private markets. It is unknown how many artefacts have been taken out. The anonymous source did buy one artefact for an expensive price (according to him/her) and he/she showed it to me in the summer of 2016. It appears to be an interesting artefact with a unique shape. I did not have permission, by the source, to post the photo on this article and I need to respect that – that is, in fact, the ethical standards for journalists, even for me that is doing this like a hobby. Nevertheless, this is the artefact from the source prove that artefacts have been taken out and sold to other people, which again destroys traces to the civilization/culture of those who were there when the pyramids were built or shaped. With all this in mind, we can start with the artefacts that has been discovered in the Ravne tunnels.
The following artefact was discovered in 2013, when the volunteers were cleaning the tunnels that is today leading to megalith K5. For me, this tunnels is perhaps one of the most mysterious tunnels that has been cleaned and secured so far – mostly because of the side tunnels. At this same tunnel, the ‘’liver’’ megalith can also be found and I have already written about that megalith in my previous artefact-article. In addition, the tunnel that is leading to K5, is also leading to the ‘’Rabbit hole’’ tunnels, which have had some kind of human-intervention, no doubt about it. Please read more about this tunnel in this article: Tunnels to the Sun: Exploring Mysterious Ravne tunnels in Bosnia.
Nevertheless, the following artefacts is a sandstone object that has a very interesting shape. It made headlines in some online newspaper, for instance Haber.ba: Article. The object displays symmetry and balance in design, and it fits comfortably in someone’s hand. Additionally, there are also some symbols to be found on this artefact, but they are not that clear because of erosion.
This is an artefact that is shaped by a culture. Nature does not produce these kinds of sandstone stones, especially not stones where it is empty in the middle. What this artefact was used for, is a difficult question to answer. Perhaps it was some kind of art or it could have been used for some rituals, because it was found close to K5 and – in my opinion – the megalith is big enough for rituals, because two people can easily lay on that megalith without being discomforted. The symbols are really interesting. They do not mean any word, but they represent perhaps the different megaliths that can be found in Ravne. I have counted seven symbols that may resemble a megalith, perhaps there are more, but guess what; there are seven different megaliths that have been found from the entrance to the Ravne tunnels – megaliths with a rounded figure. Additionally, this is one of the artefacts that may have been made by those that built the pyramids and/or dug the tunnels, because it has a similar material to many of the other arefacts that have been found, especially in the Ravne tunnels. As we saw in the previous article, many of the artefacts are made of sandstone. Sandstone is also a good material to build structures; University of Sydney, for example, was built out of sandstone. There has also been found a 17 000 year old sandstone oil lamp in the caves of Lascaux, France: Source Wikipedia. Nevertheless, the symbols may mean something totally different, nothing is concluded and the artefact is of course open for research and discussions.
The following artefact was discovered in 2012 and it is a ‘’heart shaped’’ artefact, because of its resemblance to the ‘’romantic heart,’’ we often text or draw to someone. The colour of the artefact was interesting, because on the surface it appeared to be a painted image, visible when wet, but it quickly faded to a pale and faded image of what was there.
In my opinion, the artefact has nothing to do with a heart or love. The romantic heart appeared in medieval times: What is the origin of the heart symbol? The ancients we are dealing with here, did know a lot about anatomy, because many of the megaliths resemble some body parts, as I wrote in my previous article. In addition, the ancients needed to survive – with that comes killing animals and eating them, and there they could have seen how the heart looks like. The artefact has nothing to do with hearts. Period. Additionally, the before and after-look of the artefact is not that special either, because many of the stones in Ravne are brown inside the tunnel, but pale out when outside. But it can tell us how amazing it is to be in Ravne, because people feel amazing and perhaps the stones are reflecting exactly this. The one thing that caught my attention was the circular formation in the middle of the stone, that is connected to another circular formation on the top right of the stone. Perhaps the ancient had their ways to colour the stones so that it may be seen when the stones are in tunnels where it is wet and has a high concentration of negative ions (Source: Ancient-Origins) . The formations look like orbs. Nevertheless, that being said, you can be the judge. Let us move on.
The next artefact is a megalith and yet again we move to anatomy, because the artefact has a strong resemblance to an eye. Again we see texturing on top and to the right where the broken part is, it is flat. The texturing can also be found on many of the blocks across the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, which is fascinating. Clearly there is some human-intervention, because the artefact was found under the conglomerate and the conglomerate can not shape stones like these. It is made of the same material as many other megaliths in Ravne. It would be interesting to see what the colour of the artefact will be if we take it out of the tunnels. It would probably get pale and resemble the colour of the sandstone blocks that can be found on the Moon pyramid, and perhaps it was built by the builders of the Moon pyramid.
I have already written about the resemblance between anatomy and megaliths in my previous article, but it seems like someone placed it exactly here because if you get this deep inside the tunnels, it is good for someone’s eyes. If we follow the Ravne tunnels, first there will be a brain, then a face, then stomach, then liver etc. It is really impressive. There is no coincidence when it comes to the megaliths; someone placed them there, or they made them on site, because 1) strong resemblance to body parts, 2) the conglomerate is rather pressing down the bigger megaliths rather than shaping them, and if the conglomerate did shape them, we would have had different megaliths and they would not resemble anything special than boulders, and 3) the energy research that has been conducted with artificial instruments prove that the megaliths are energy potent places: Heikki Savolainen about the energy aspect in the Ravne tunnels and the Bosnian pyramids. I have photographed the megaliths many times, and every time there are some small white dots coming from the megaliths, which is really impressive. Regardless, let us move on to other artefacts that has been found in Ravne.
The next artefact was discovered in 2006, where the first intersection is, approximately where the ‘’egg’’ megalith can be found (photo below). It seems like it is a mould and it looks like there is traces of molten oxidized metal.
Well, it looks as if the hole was cut into a normal stone. It may look like one of the moulds that I have written about in my previous article. It could have been an oil lamp of some kind, perhaps some thousands of years old. The stone also has a weird shape, because it looks like it had a much sharper shape in the past. Regardless, this stone is still a mystery.
The following artefact is a language tile that was discovered in 2013. It seems like it is a broken piece of something else. This tile is interesting because it has symbols on it and it looks like someone made them in the past.
The symbols has been analyzed and it has been researched if these are Nordic Runes, early Bosnian/Middle Kingdom hybrid alphabet etc. According to the Archaeological Report of 2013, the foundation successfully identified four runes – and their translations are God, Water, Ice and Joy. However, this still needs a lot of research, and that the foundation does not have a complete match of the symbols yet. But if the translation of these four symbols is right, then it would be completely logical. 1) People have always believed in something that is bigger than themselves; a natural religion or a religion where God is the center. Many cultures did also sacrifice for their own Gods – so that the word God is found, is plausible. 2) Bosnia and Herzegovina is laying in the heart of Balkan. To the west one have Croatia and the Adriatic Sea; to the east, the Black Sea and direct access to Asia; to the north, Nordic countries, and to the south, Greece, the center of antiquity that would influence other cultures years to come. In the center of the Bosnia and Herzegovina, one has many different rivers, and the energetic purposes are also connected to water, because there are a lot of underground water streams in the area. 3) The Northern-Europe was covered in ice and there is no doubt that the ancients who made the tile and perhaps the pyramids could access thick ice easily. One of the few places where there was no ice was the Balkan-region (except for the mountains) – this means that this region was one of the best places to stay, because of its hot climate compared to for example regions of Germany, Great Britain, Norway etc. And finally; 4) Joy, this is what life means, to have fun and that people live together in peace and harmony – nothing special, but still, it is the basis for human-kind. Instead of killing and hating on each other, everyone lives in peace, perhaps this was the message from our ancients. Nevertheless, this is an interesting artefact and I am excited for further research. (Translation found in the Bosnian Pyramid Archaeological Report for 2013)
As we know, there may be found many different writings in the Ravne tunnels, and there are some reports and articles that are trying to explain the meaning of the different symbols. One article is comparing the Runic symbols in Ravne with the writings of Vinca and Hungarian symbols: The article: Similarity between Vinca, Hungarian Runic signs and signs found inside the Bosnian Pyramids, older than Egypt. pyramids. Other researchers are trying to compare the writings that are found in Ravne with symbols that may be found in Göbekli Tepe, right now one of the oldest archaeological sites that is recognized by the archaeologists and historians: The Article: Bosnian Pyramids and Göbekli Tepe. Nevertheless, let us move on to the artefacts of the Bosnian pyramids.
The next artefact was found in 2014, and it is called the ‘’butchery stone,’’ because the stone was tested and it produced evidence of blood on the surface and within the incised lines. Unfortunately, they were unable to determine the age of the artefact and whether it was animal of human blood. The lines that can be found on stones are common in the Ravne tunnels. However, this is perhaps the first time there has been found old blood on one of them.
The ‘’butchery stone’’ is another evidence that someone went inside the tunnels in the past, and because they were unable to extract the DNA to find out whether it was animal or human blood, then these traces are very old. There are three very important questions here: 1) The age and who it comes from, 2) How it got there, and 3) Why are there lines on the artefact? There are many stones that have been excavated from Ravne that contain lines, sometimes these lines are like some kind of art (including a photo below). And if it was an animal that got hurt, we would perhaps have found the skeleton, but we did not find it. This is one of the artefacts that tells us why the Ravne tunnels are so mysterious, it really blows my mind. I am unable to answer these questions and the only way we can answer them is by more research and excavations. It is of course allowed to hypothesize, but I am too unsure to that when it comes to this artefact. If one want to read more about the incised lines on stones, please do so here: The Article. Remember that this article is only hypothesizing, and that nothing is concluded yet.
I am not sure when the following artefact was discovered and my guess is that it was discovered in Ravne, because we find a lot of these kinds of sandstone stones when we excavate the filling material. The artefact is a bit long and it seems like it was shaped by someone in the past.
In my opinion, this resembles a xylophone. Why? In 2014, I was in a laboratory with three volunteers, two of them were from USA and Australia. One of the volunteers placed many of these long artefacts in order and started hitting them carefully with some other thinner and smaller artefacts. These stones produced some sounds. Perhaps these kinds of stones were made for joy; for rituals, for their own parties, singing etc. Almost all cultures have their own special instruments, and the shape and size of the sandstone stones do look like an older version of a xylophone – just a hypothesis.
We have been founding many symmetrical blocks with different sizes and compositions. Some stones have a 90 degree angle and it seems like the blocks was meant to fit together with other similar stones. We have found six stones that are very similar, but there has been found a lot more with other materials, like sandstone. The blocks tell us that there was a concentrated culture or civilization that was living here. Again, all this is too much of a ‘’coincidence,’’ that nature can produce; this is proof of human-intervention.
It is important to research what material the blocks are and where it was found. If the sandstone blocks were found in the filling material, then it perhaps belongs to the culture that filled all the tunnels, and if it is found in the conglomerate, then it belongs to the civilization or culture that made or shaped the pyramids. Just by looking at the material of some of the artefacts, we may answer some questions of who were here before us. Now, the filling material is very complicated and I do not want to discuss it in this article, but it is clear that someone wanted to fill the tunnels so that no one would find it later. The reason why is unclear and it still needs a lot of research. And please note: this project is only eleven year old, it will get us decades to research all this. People have researched the pyramids in Egypt for hundreds of years, without finding clear answers to many questions. With that being said, let us move on.
Another artefact that was found in the Ravne tunnels is a small sandstone stone that has symmetrical holes. Holes in stones is normal to find in nature. However, this artefact was found in the Ravne tunnels, and another questions rises: How can nature produce these kind of holes when the stones are so small and located in tunnels? It is a difficult question to answer, and we may say that it has some human-intervention. It seems like the holes are going from the biggest to smallest, which is interesting.
What the artefact was used for, is still a mystery, and it still needs a lot of research if we are going to understand the mystery behind this artefact.
In 2012, volunteers of the Bosnian Pyramid Project, discovered a monolith. Source: Archaeological Report for 2012. It was discovered in one of the side tunnels in Ravne. The material is sandstone, and there are some apparent carvings on the artefact. Clearly there is some human-intervention involved and the monolith could be a piece of a bigger artefact. And again we find holes on the artefact! Additionally, the carving may be some kind of symbols, but this still needs a lot of research.
One thing is certain: The Ravne tunnels just keeps getting more interesting for every article that is made and every scientific research that is conducted. It still needs a lot of research, if we are going to understand what the monolith was used for, and why there are holes on some of the different artefacts. What is interesting is that there are holes in smaller and bigger artefacts, making the tunnels and artefacts even more mysterious.
The following artefact fits perfectly in someone’s hand and was probably discovered in 2011. These stones are perhaps tools of some kind. It may be ordinary stones that were shaped so that they could have been used comfortably for some purposes, or they may just be stones. Again, because we find many of these kinds of stones, it may seems to ‘’coincidental’’ that it was all geological, because we are dealing with a very ancient culture here, that were deeply connected with nature, especially if we research the energy in the area, and how the air is so clean in Ravne without using any ventilation-systems, like we use in the modern day.
The next artefact is a foot stone. There has been found many stones that look like foots. This is not a part of a statue as there is no connection to an ankle. It is only in the shape of a human left foot, and it has similarities between modern human feet. In the future, it may be important for a forensic anthropologist to determine information as to sex, height and weight? If it does not have any connections to normal humans, then perhaps it is only a piece of art that has a meaning yet to be answered. Nevertheless, it still needs a lot of research.
The following artefact is a long sandstone blocks, which look like the long artefact that was perhaps used for xylophone. But the interesting part is that one of the stones do have a hole in the middle, and that small ropes can pass through it, and it looks like it was made to be like that.
The hole-part looks a lot like the parts of the tool-making mould, and it may say us that the same culture or civilizations were involved when it comes to these two artefacts – one which is sandstone and the other which is a normal stone with human-intervention. It is very interesting, but it still needs more research though.
The following photo is a photo of many different artefacts that are similar and that have been found in the Ravne tunnels. Like I wrote before, it is too concidental that everything here is natural, because nature does not produce the same shape and in some circumstances the same length of a stone. In Ravne one may found similar blocks with different materials or with the same material, which is very interesting.
What these stones were used for is unknown. But, we may say that there is clearly some human-intervention on some of the stones. My hypothesis is that the stones were pieces of tools or instruments. I hope that someone will visit the tunnels and perhaps Foundation’s Museum to research all this themselves and make their own opinion.
The next artefact is called ‘’The Brain,’’ because of its cracks. A local merchant, that was working close to the entrance of the Ravne tunnels, donated this artefact to the foundation. However, he would not disclose the exact location of where this artefact was found so that he/she could protect his trade in tourist crystals. The person only said that it was found in the area. Regardless, the artefact seems polished, but that it has cracked over the years. One can argue that the cracks were meant to be there all along. The small circle on the side of the artefact is interesting because it does not seem like it has been affected like the other parts of the artefact. The artefact’s weight is 5,8 kilograms (Bosnian Pyramid Report for 2014). Because the foundation could not identify the origin and location of the artefact because of secrecy by the local, it was decided to submit the object to a series of destructive cross sections to determine the inside structure.
In the process of cutting the stone, the stonemason made an observation that it was denser than an ordinary stone, possibly metal. When he saw the inside of the structure, he was amazed. His opinion was that the stone was appeared to be cast, poured, displaying tell tail swirls common in moulded materials. Inside of the stone there could be found a consistent texture, and the fine grained circle that we talking about earlier, seem to be the point with the white circle that was found inside the stone. The observations that were made by the stonemason are anecdotal, but impressions of a person familiar with cutting local stone and blocks. Without the location of this artefact, it does not produce a lot of evidence, but it may tell us that the ancients were active in other places too, because the material does look like a material that other artefacts contain, especially on the surface. I included the artefact because it is mysterious and that it needs a lot of research if we are going to be able to answer some of our questions; starting with the location of the artefact.
The following artefacts was also discovered in the Ravne tunnels, not exactly sure when. It is a small shape of a ball and plate. Both materials are sandstone and the colours are the same.
Again, we find mysterious artefacts where we do not know what they were used for. Now, someone would say that this is natural and that it was made thousands of years ago by waters. What they do not know, is that spherical objects was very common in the past. In South-Africa, there has been found numerous of spherical artefacts. The archaeologists on site, however, are calling them artefacts from cave men, but what they do not answer is how ordinary cave men shaped these spherical artefacts – it is still a mystery. Yes, the materials and sizes of the artefacts are different, but one have big similarities, especially the shape. If you want to read more about the spherical artefacts that were found in South-Africa, please do so here: Tool or weapon? New research throws light on stone artifacts’ use as ancient projectiles I do not think that the artefact that was found in Ravne represents a tool, because it is too small, but it may represent something else, perhaps some art. It still needs a lot of research.
We have now looked into some of the artefacts that has been discovered in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. We have hypothesized and read about 40 artefacts in total, if we count the last article about the Bosnian pyramid artefacts. If we compare other artefacts that has been found around the world, we will see that they are similar, for instance the artefacts of Olmec. There are already people that are researching connections between the Bosnian pyramids and other civilizations/cultures around the world. As we go deeper into the tunnels and excavate more of the pyramids, we will find even more artefacts, which is certain. For us, these artefacts are only objects of the past, but for the ancients, these were their computers, instruments, boards, tools etc. The year is 2017; it will get decades to get to the end of this project and it will last generations to come. In addition, while 2016 was a shocking and dramatic year in some cases, we need to move on, together, without hate. We do not need to understand each other, but we need to share positivism and be good to one another. We need to do our part so that we can pass this planet in the best condition to the next generations. Because we indeed have one home, which is our planet. Let the 2017 be the year where there will be many discoveries of the past. The Bosnian pyramids still need a lot of research and everyone is open to give their own opinions on these artefacts and what their purposes are. It will not be easy to find all the answers and it will be a slow process, but with patience, we will have some answers on the table for everyone to see. All this is the beauty of scientific research. Yes, it takes time, but in the end, it will be worth it.
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Djani Behram is a researcher of ancient places around the world, mostly in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is also the ambassador of the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation and has volunteered at the Bosnian pyramids for six years now. He also has good experiences with the Bosnian pyramids and archaeological sites in the region. In addition, he owns one of the biggest sites about the Bosnian pyramids, which is posting news and pictures almost every day. He also owns a YouTube channel, called TheBIHLover, which is posting a video almost every Wednesday.
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