Bosnian Pyramid Chicago Event Announced

Dr. Semir (Sam) Osmanagic discovered the Bosnian Pyramids

Dr. Semir (Sam) Osmanagic discovered the Bosnian Pyramids

Dr. Semir (Sam) Osmanagich, the archaeologist who discovered the Bosnian pyramids, will be speaking about his newest discoveries at an event in Chicago next month. His findings in the Valley of the Pyramids near Sarajevo, Bosnia could literally change history as we know it.

Not only did Dr. Osmanagich discover the Pyramid of the Sun, Pyramid of the Moon, Pyramid of the Dragon and Pyramid of Love but also a series of tunnels that goes for ten miles that connects these buildings.

No one knows for sure who built these ancient sites. With a steady stream of scientists, it is being revealed that one of the pyramids is actually one third taller than any pyramid found in Egypt and older! One of the most fascinating discoveries is the ancient symbols found carved on the walls in the pyramids, perfectly round cement spheres found around the grounds in all sizes and energy that is coming out of the apex of the pyramids that no one can explain. Is it electromagnetic energy because of the vertical wave patterns?

The author of ten books, Dr. Osmanagich is a professor of anthropology at American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina and a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.

His speaking engagement is the keynote address at the Lightworkers Midwest Conference, Saturday, October 15, 2011 at the Marriott Hickory Ridge Hotel in Lisle, Illinois. The conference continues through Sunday, when Dr. Osmanagich will give another presentation.

Details of the conference are online at http://www.lightworkersconference.com with registration and pricing details at https://www.lightworkersconference.com/shop/admission2011.

This is all part of a weekend long conference that starts Friday Oct. 14. It is produced by Joanne Macko, who may be contacted for further information before October 10 at 630-579-8184 or via email to Joanne [at] angelic-art.com.  The price for Osmanagich’s Saturday night presentation is only $25 and early registration is highly recommended to assure seating.

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