Here is a new video that presents evidence that the Bosnian Pyramids are artificial structures and not natural formations in a very concise nutshell. It’s actually a trailer for a 90-minute documentary by Vinko Totic, but it lays out an excellent background for anyone wanting to know more facts about the world’s largest and oldest pyramids in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Toward the end of the video you will see Klaus Dona, the Austrian researcher and museum curator describe the Bosnian Pyramids like this: “I’m sure it will be one of the most important — or maybe the most important archaeological discovery of our century.”
A tour of the Bosnian Pyramids, August 31 to September 8, 2013 is now available from Body Mind Spirit Journeys. Also included is attendance at the 2013 Hidden History Conference. Click here to see the itinerary.
A Maya calendar has been discovered in Guatemala that proves the long-count calendar does not mark the end of the world on December 21, 2012. William Saturno found Maya murals, painted nearly 1,200 years ago that calculate astronomical happenings that will happen 7,000 years ahead.
For anyone who has been worried that the world will come to an end on the forthcoming winter solstice based on the rumor that the Mayan calendar says so, you can stop worrying.
The article by William Saturno was published by the National Geographic. Here are some highlights:
It’s rare to find ancient Maya murals, but I’ve had great luck over the years. I’d love for it to be due to some brilliance of mine, but it’s just luck. I can’t explain it. When we excavated the six-foot-wide room in this mound, we found paintings of several figures with the king. One is identified in glyphs as Younger Brother Obsidian. He’s holding a stylus. An entire wall is covered in mathematical calculations.
My hunch is that this may have been a workspace or teaching space for scribes, artists, or scholars. They were working things out for later public consumption. This room gives us a rare glimpse of Maya thought processes. When my colleagues and I studied four columns of huge numbers, we realized these were calculations based on the Maya calendar and astronomy that projected 2.5 million days—some 7,000 years—into the future.
This was done in A.D. 813 or 814, 75 years before Xultún’s final days. A lot of the Maya lowlands had already fallen silent. The collapse had begun. Trade routes and hubs of communication were all changing. At Xultún, folks were going about business as usual, but there was an undercurrent of anxiety. They wanted to tie events in their king’s life to larger cosmic cycles. They wanted to show that the king would be OK.
For those who would like to celebrate December 21, 2012 at a Mayan ceremonial site, may we invite you to look into our Cosmic Alignment Celebration with the Mayan Elders in Yucatan.
In doing research about the up-coming Bosnian Pyramids Tour in September that includes attendance at the third International Conference in Sarajevo, one cannot help but notice that not everyone believes the pyramids in Bosnia and Herzegovina are real.
When we say real, of course they really exist, but there are some who claim they are naturally occurring land masses and were not constructed deliberately. (Whether they were built by human beings or by some other entities is not within the realm of this discussion.)
A short time ago, the well-known author and lecturer Tom T. Moore met Sam Osmanagic during a tour in the U.S. and after learning the facts, he was left totally convinced that the pyramids were man-made. Still, critics cast doubts.
To refute these claims and to demonstrate clearly that they are not simply accidents of nature, the man who is credited with discovering the pyramids, Dr. Semir “Sam” Osmanagic, assisted in the making of a video, which was very recently published on YouTube. After watching this video, we do not see how anyone could still labor under the delusion that this carefully oriented and arranged grouping of pyramids happened accidentally and were not deliberately planned and constructed.
The video is quite short, less than nine minutes in length, but it shows in vivid detail the physical evidence that the Bosnian Pyramids are indeed real.read more
If you have been thinking of joining Dr. Semir “Sam” Osmanagich on his tour of the Bosnian pyramids in September, you should know there have been a few changes made to the itinerary. The tour dates are now September 4 – 12, 2012 and the price has been lowered.
As you may already have heard, the two pyramids dubbed the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon are both larger and older than the Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt. If you are able to join the Body Mind Spirit Journeys tour, you will have the opportunity to explore and learn about these history-changing pyramids by the man who discovered them. Sam Osmanagich will also take the group into the amazing network of underground tunnels beneath the pyramids. He will also lead a visit to Zavidovici where a strange array of sphere shaped stones has been discovered. How could these perfectly round balls have been shaped from solid rock? Some say space aliens were involved.
Tour group members will attend the third International Bosnian Pyramids Conference. Two of the featured speakers are Klaus Dona, who has been called Austria’s Indiana Jones, and Philip Copens, author of The Ancient Alien Connection.
After the Conference, Rev. Marta Thomas will take the group to tour Medjugorje, site of the “weeping Madonna,” Mostar and Sarajevo.
Here is a link to full details of the Bosnian Pyramids Tour.
“Almost everything they teach us about ancient history is wrong. The origins of man, civilizations and pyramids.” So says Dr. Sam Osmanagich in the short, ten-minute video clip posted below. It an excerpt from a presentation he gave at the “Megolithomania” conference last year, and we think it’s fascinating.
Sam shows slides of pyramids all over the world: China, Korea, Cambodia, Tahiti are the biggest surprises. Of course, most people have heard of the Mayan pyramids in Central America. What’s astonishing is how hard mainstream scientists have been working to convince us that enormous, perfectly shaped pyramids oriented toward the ordinal directions are only haphazard piles of stones created by farmers while clearing their sugar cane fields. It’s also amusing to see how the Chinese government tried to cover up the fact there are over 250 pyramids in one area of that country.
We felt it was too bad this video segment is so short. It’s a teaser created in hopes of selling us a DVD of the complete presentation, I think. Nevertheless, it not only gives you a deeper knowledge of how many thousands of pyramids there are in just about every corner of the world, but also a greater understanding of Sam Osmanagich and the work he has been doing.
It seemed a bit surprising Sam didn’t say anything about the Bosnian pyramids he discovered, but that’s probably in the part of the video that got chopped off.read more
Our friend Tom T. Moore wrote about the Bosnian Pyramids and Dr. Semir “Sam” Osmanagich in his most recent newsletter, confirming that the pyramids are structures that were deliberately built rather than being natural formations. It seems that Tom attended a lecture that Sam gave, during which he presented compelling evidence that detailed extensive scientific proof leaving no doubt that the pyramids are manmade. Tom also went on to explain why so many people are trying so hard to claim that the Bosnian pyramids are not real. Among those critics are the Egyptian establishment, who don’t want there to be an older and larger pyramid than theirs in Giza, and religious leaders who say it’s heresy to believe there could be a pyramid 10,000 years old. Tom wrote:
Do not believe anyone who tries to claim it isn’t manmade. There has been a concerted effort by the head of Egyptian Antiquities Zahi Hawass, putting pressure on archeologists and scientists in Europe to say the Bosnian Pyramids are natural phenomena. When one of his own staff visited the pyramids and declared they were manmade, he was fired upon his return to Egypt. His letters to these people I believe is a thinly veiled attempt to threaten their future digs in Egypt. And there is the religious backlash, as they can scientifically prove these pyramids are over 10,000 years old, and there are religious groups in both Egypt and Bosnia that would claim this is heresy.
Plus keep in mind this is big business for the Egyptians. Up until the recent unrest in Egypt, there was 30 billion dollars in tourism each year. Even if Bosnia was to take 10% of that away it would amount to 3 billion dollars! That’s why Hawass and the Minister of Tourism and the Minister of Culture had a meeting to discuss just the Bosnian Pyramids.
Sam will personally take visitors to see the Bosnian Pyramids on a group tour in September, 2012. Click here for the Bosnian Pyramids Tour itinerary.