The Bosnian Pyramids – It is time to take them seriously

The Bosnian Pyramids were discovered in 2005, by Dr. Semir Osmanagich. Dr. Osmanagich later established the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, which has been researching the Bosnian Pyramids for twelve years now. Moreover, the foundation has spent thousands of hours on research of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. With all this, hundreds of researchers have visited the pyramids in Visoko, and conducted their own research, often with their own artificial instruments. Most of them have conducted that there is something special regarding the pyramids in Visoko, and that they should be researched more. With Dr. Konstantin Korotkov confirming the Bosnian Pyramids, March 10, 2017, it is time for the scientific community to take this project seriously: Dr. Korotkov confirming the Bosnian Pyramids.

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Dr. Korotkov researching the energy phenomenon on the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon.

Dr. Korotkov is one of many that has confirmed the existence of the Bosnian Pyramids. The Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation has hosted five conferences in total; 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. At the conferences we have historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, physicists, engineers, geologists and biologists. These fields have made their own contributions to the project. The History, as we know it, is changing and we are going further into the past than the history books are teaching us. We do this with sites like Göbekli Tepe, which is probably 12 000 years old World’s Oldest Temple to Be Restored. Thousands of years older before the development of agriculture, which happened around Mesopotamia, if we follow the original history: Source.

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Göbekli Tepe.

Every time someone may revolutionize something, they shut him/her down. There are a lot of examples of such in history; Alfred Wegener, Albert Einstein, Gregor Mendel, Nicholas Copernicus, Heinrich Schliemann, Charles Darwin, Galileo Galilei, Nikola Tesla etc. These geniuses got rejected at first, but later they revolutionized science and we moved forward with our knowledge. It is time for the historians to be open, and to share the knowledge with everyone. They should not shut down people that are thinking out of the box.  Those that are thinking out of the box, are usually those that make the most contributions to science.

The European Association of Archaeologists released a statement in 2006, calling the Bosnian Pyramids a ‘’cruel hoax.’’ Despite this, the project has continued with its research. With the research of the energy aspects in the Valley, it has been concluded that there is something there. There is no doubt about that. A lot of researchers like Heikki Savolainen, Paolo Debortolis, Slobodan Mizdrak, Goran Marjanovic, Hrvoje Zujic etc. have concluded that there are strong energetic (ultrasound, electromagnetism etc.) frequencies at the Bosnian Pyramids and tunnels. One of the articles discussing the energy aspect of the Bosnian Pyramids: Electromagnetic mechanism of the ultrasound on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (Visoćica Hill).

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Paolo Debortolis researching the energy phenomenon on the top of the Vratnica Tumulus.

In addition to this, hundreds of independent researchers and volunteers have visited the Bosnian Pyramids and made their own conclusions, which are interesting. The Summer Camp for volunteers, have produced three interesting archaeological reports (2012, 2013, 2014) regarding the Bosnian Pyramids. I personally have made a lot of articles regarding the Bosnian Pyramids, which are, for instance, discussing the Ravne tunnels with logical arguments. Nevertheless, this project has made a lot of project since it started in 2005. Perhaps it is time for the association to visit the pyramids? Perhaps they should make their own excavations and research?

Egyptian geologist, Dr. Ali Barakat, made his own conclusions regarding the Bosnian Pyramids, which I want to quote: ”The observed hills (Visočica , Plješevica, Buci) are most likely natural hills that were later modified in places by human activities, possibly during several historical episodes. The traces of such modifications have been either overprinted by later cultures, or by simple erosive tectonic processes, which are rather significant and far-reaching in a complex of the geographical, cultural and geological system, as seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Even though, there is a compelling evidence of the existence of the pyramid-shaped, man-made hill-forms in Bosnia, the results are still inconclusive and require further detailed geological, geophysical, tectonic and most importantly, archaeological studies.” The European Association of Archaeologists should definitely visit the Bosnian Pyramids and make their own conclusion, because clearly, there is something there. As I have always written in these kinds of articles, the site still needs a lot of research, and scientists should not shut down something immediately, like they did in 2006. Furthermore, a lot has been discovered since 2006. I am including his report in this article: Dr. Barakat Bosnian Pyramid Report.

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Dr. Barakat researching the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.

There has been progress in the research of the Bosnian Pyramids. It has been a combination of energy research and archaeology. Dr. Paul LaViolette is discussing this in his article that was published in 2014: The Bosnian Pyramid Complex: Signs of Technically Advanced Ice Age Civilization. Here he concluded that the research of the Bosnian Pyramids should be continued.

The Bosnian Pyramids should also be taken seriously by the Bosnian Government on all levels. In the last years, the foundation has financed itself. I know that the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina is in trouble, when it comes to poverty, unemployment, tensions etc. The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina has had to close its doors for three years, after opening again in 2015, because of donations, especially from the US embassy: Source. Ever since the civil war in the 1990s, the politicians of Bosnia and Herzegovina are doing little to preserve archaeological and historic sites such as Daorson, Badanj Cave, Stecci etc. Efforts by NGO, such as Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, Arheon etc., should be supported. It does not need to be economic support, but promoting these organizations, so that their efforts are being appreciated. And those that are attacking the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, should also know that they are promoting other historic sites of Bosnia and Herzegovina, such as Stari Most in Mostar, Obelisk in Olovo, Stecci, Vranduk Castle etc. In addition to this, the Foundation has made its own Park, called Ravne 2, so that visitors may enjoy themselves in Visoko longer, which is also promoting the touristic aspect of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The smartest thing for the politicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to promote these organizations, so that the organizations may promote and research more historic sites, so that it also promotes the tourism aspects, which also makes the country richer because it creates labour, which is important in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, overlooking Visoko, 1970s.

This project will last for generations to come, and now that the foundation has established evidence that there is something going on in the Valley, especially regarding the energy -aspect, they should be taken seriously. The next would be that archaeologists and historians come to Visoko and do their own research at the Bosnian Pyramids. Only then they may conclude if something is natural or man-made. No matter what the results are, we still have evidence regarding the energy aspects, which proves that the structures are special and good for human health. This is a serious project – it has always been – and it will be like that in the future. Only time and research will tell when there will be found more evidence for the existence of historic structures/pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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