9 Cases That Prove the Existence of Pyramids in Bosnia: (Once and for all?)

I have to admit that I have been out of things for almost two years when it comes to ATS ancients but before that, I was interested in the “Bosnian
Pyramids” and from what I saw and read at the time, believed it was a foregone conclusion that they were real-so to speak.

Then I recently saw an article that called into question the legitimacy of the “find”. I don’t have that article here-yet. But this morning I saw
this article and after reading it-again believe the Bosnian Prymaids are real-just not understood yet. So the Egyptian experts continue to rip on
this instead of working together-IMO. Check this out and let us know what you think.

ANY ATSers been here. I see they seek volunteers for Summer Digs. Getting ready to retire and see if the wife will go for that?! Here she comes

In October of 2005, international media covered a sensational story of a man claiming to have discovered a group of huge, previously unknown
ancient Pyramids in Europe. The man, Anthropologist Dr. Semir Osmanagic, made the fantastic announcement to journalists that he had found the biggest
and oldest pyramids in the world and incredibly they were to be found buried in the most unlikely of places… Bosnia. The ancient structures,
Osmanagic explained, were buried in the hillsides surrounding a small sleepy town called Visoko, located 25km North-West of the Bosnian Capital,
Sarajevo. The town, now barely known for its once booming leather industry, would become the centre of a fierce international debate which, after
eight years, continues on through to this day.

In 2006, after initial probing and surveying, Osmanagic created the not for profit, “Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation” and in the
summer of that year large scale excavations began. Almost immediately after Osmanagic started his project the authenticity of his miraculous find was
to be called into question. Zahi Hawass, archaeologist and later becoming “Egyptian Minister of Antiquities,” released a statement in June of 2006
in which he strongly criticised Osmanagic and his Pyramid hypothesis. Giving his reasons, Hawass referred to several large blocks that had been
excavated by the research teams, explaining that “No one can say that these stones were transported by human beings since each weighs approximately
40 tons.” Hawass’s explanation for the blocks and the pyramid shaped hill was to be that Osmanagic must be “hallucinating”

According to Osmanagic, there are no fewer than 5 buried Pyramids within the vicinity of the town of Visoko with a possibility for as many as
nine in total. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the largest and most obviously pyramidal in shape of the Bosnian Pyramids, is over 270m tall and has an
estimated mass 39 times greater than that of the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt [4]. At 190m tall, the second largest of the Bosnian Pyramids is the
“Pyramid of the Moon,” which is no less than 50m taller than the Egyptian Great Pyramid. Close by to the Moon Pyramid towards the South-West is an
unusually shaped structure named “Temple of Mother Earth‟. This structure has a form similar to that of a crescent moon or amphitheatre and is of
an impressive size, equalling that of its neighbouring Pyramids. Surrounding the Bosnian pyramid complex are also numerous, more modestly sized
supporting structures including mounds and tumuli, the most accessible of which is found several kilometres North East from the centre of the pyramid

The PROOF Arguments/Evidence (if you will-):

1) Cardinal Alignments
2) Topographical Alignments
3) Sixteen Wind Cartography
4) Hollow Spaces
5) Geopolymer Composition
6) Composite Blocks
7) Electromagnetic and Ultrasonic Emissions
8) Sacred Landscape
9) Tunnel System

Source: www.wakingtimes.com…


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