New Tour Features Pyramids in Bosnia

Semir Osmanagich leads Pyramids in Bosnia tour

Semir Osmanagich leads Pyramids in Bosnia tour

Pyramids in Bosnia are the highlight of a new tour recently announced by Body Mind Spirit Journeys.  The program features tours of the Bosnian pyramids by the man who discovered them, Dr. “Sam” Semir Osmanagich. Dates of the tour are August 30 through September 12, 2014 and participation includes admission to the 2014 “Hidden History Conference” in Sarajevo.

Co-hosts Rev. Marta Thomas and Sandee Mac will present special workshops. In addition, there will be a post-conference tour hosted by Marta Thomas that includes exploring Sarajevo, the Olympic Mountains, Lukomir Village, the caves of Bijambare and Medjugorje. The simple village of Medjugorje rose to worldwide attention in 1981 when six local children said they saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. They explained that in their vision, she identified herself as the Queen of Peace, with a mission of promoting peace as well as telling the world that God does exist.

Rev. Thomas will lead her group from Saint James Church up Apparation Hill to the “Blue Cross,” said to be a place where healings have occurred.

Another highlight of the program will be a visit to the cave of Bijambare. In addition to its natural formations of dramatic stalagmites and stalactites, the cave is also noted for its archaeological finds. Ancient man-made stone tools, skeletons of ancient bears and other animals were also found nearby.

Also on the itinerary are a relaxing soak in a sulfur bath, a visit to a local winery, a hike to beautiful waterfalls, and a visit to Zavidovici, where perfectly spherical stone balls can be seen. These fascinating creations are believed by some to have been made by ancient aliens or the descendants of a civilization that came to earth from the Pleiades.

For complete details of this Bosnian pyramids tour and other spiritual travel programs, please visit: http://bodymindspiritjourneys.com/bosnia-pyramids-tour.html

 

 

 

 

 

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Pyramid Discoveries Will Force History to be Re-Written

Pyramid discovered in Bosnia

The world’s largest and oldest pyramid has been discovered in Bosnia

A pyramid has been discovered in Bosnia-Herzegovina that is larger, older and more perfectly oriented than Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza. Located near the city of Visoko, not only is it the first pyramid to be discovered in Europe, but it is also the largest valley of pyramids in the world.

Dr. Semir Osmanagic

Dr. Semir Osmanagic

Its discoverer, Dr. Semir Osmanagich, has also identified pyramids in Asia, Africa, North America and even islands such as Mauritius and Tahiti. He believes these man-made structures are so similar that they prove there was communication during ancient times over vast distances. “Our history books must be re-written,” he said.

The pyramid in Bosnia-Herzegovina has been dated at over 12,000 years old, and it also features the largest complex of underground tunnels ever discovered.

Dr. “Sam” Osmanagich has been admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences in Moscow. He established the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Archaeological Park, a non-profit organization to excavate and study the pyramid site further. He also is the author of Pyramids Around the World, Civilizations Before the Official History and The World of the Maya. Now a resident of Houston, Texas, Dr. Osmanagich is in the process of scheduling lectures in the U.S. for later this year.

UPDATE: Bosnian Pyramid Tours Now Taking Registrations:
June 15 – 25, 2017
September 2 – 12, 2017.

Dr. Osmanagich will be one of the featured speakers at the Second International Scientific Conference on Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, being held September 4-11, 2011 in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Admission to this special program is now available from Body Mind Spirit Journeys.

Below are some videos that reveal further details about the Bosnian pyramids and the work of Dr. Osmanagich.

These four videos show an interview of Dr. Osmanagich that was broadcast on National Croatian Television. Its subtitles are in English.

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