Bosnian Pyramids Archaeology Update

While Kathleen McGowan and her tour group are currently exploring Bosnia and Croatia, I thought it would be a good time to catch up on all the archaeological research that has been going on in, around and under the Bosnian Pyramids. The work, started 11 years ago, has been more active than ever, with most of the digging happening in the summer months, June to September.

Bosnian Pyramids archaeologyWorking at the site are men and women from around the world. Both professionals and non-professional volunteers have come from North and South America, Australia and Asia as well as Europe to help uncover the mysteries.

One project that can be worked on year-around is happening underneath the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. That is the clearing out of the underground, labyrinthine tunnel named “Ravne.” So far 1,900 meters, or well over a mile of the prehistoric passageway has been cleared and made secure to explore.

Even more exciting is the news that, a few weeks ago, at the end of August, 2017, another section of the tunnel, 58 meters long and filled with water, was discovered. Dr. Semir “Sam” Osmanagich, the discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramids and Principal Investigator of the underground tunnels said, “It’s a special feeling to enter into the space in which a human foot hasn’t made a step for thousands of years.”

Here is a video with more details about this water-filled tunnel…

Another area that has been slowly giving up its secrets is “Bell Tower Hill.” This modified landscape feature is within “Archaeological-Tourist Park Ravne 2.” So far, volunteers have discovered two tunnels beneath the hill. Work is now ongoing to create an underground meditation space, which will be open to the public. This is because of the unusual levels of energy that have been measured in the tunnels, phenomena believed to assist healing. A report issued by the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, stated: “the purpose of the hollows, tunnels and (resonant) chambers is essential. These passages amplify existing natural energy sources created by the underground water streams and quartz crystal.”

Unusual healing properties have previously been documented within the Ravne underground labyrinth. Over the past 11 years, workers and visitors who spent time inside the chamber reported positive testimonials about improvements to their health. When seeking possible explanations for these healing properties, it was suggested that the complex might hold a rich concentration of beneficial negative ions. For more information about a pilot study that investigated the health benefits of the Ravne underground tunnel, please CLICK HERE.