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.

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New Videos Reveal Bosnian Pyramid Tour Details

Videos were recently made available that show more detail of what it is like to travel to Bosnia and go on a tour of the pyramids and other attractions. These tours are led by Semir “Sam” Osmanagich, the man who discovered the Bosnian Pyramids and has been leading the research to help understanding.

Daorson Megalithic Site

Another part of the Bosnian Pyramid tour is a visit to the ancient megalithic site of Daorson. In Bosnia-Herzegovina is a megalithic stone works that is officially said to be from the “Helenistic” era but probably is much older.

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Bosnian stone spheres

Are they natural formations or man-made? What is their connection with ancient aliens? Bosnian Pyramids Tour group members will enjoy a visit to see the mysterious stone spheres of Bosnia on an excursion led by Dr. Semir “Sam” Osmanagich, so they can decide for themselves. Similar to stone spheres found in Costa Rica, the age of these objects has not been determined.

Vratnica tumulus

The Vratnica tumulus in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids is quite similar in size to Silbury Hill, the ancient tumulus in Wiltshire, England, and they are equally mysterious.  The material from which it is built, enormous megalithic blocks and earth, is similar to the nearby Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon.

A beam of electromagnetic energy has been measured at the top of the tumulus, which is similar to another energy beam at the Mother Pyramid, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.

Physicists are doing research on this seemingly limitless source of clean electrical energy.

For full details about the next Bosnian Pyramids tour, go to http://bodymindspiritjourneys.com/bosnia-pyramids-tour.html
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Erich von Däniken says Bosnia Pyramids are Man-Made

Sam Osmanagich and Erich von Daniken at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun

Sam Osmanagich and Erich von Daniken at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun

Erich von Däniken is probably the best known researcher of the ancient mysteries. His “Chariots of the Gods” and other best-selling books have sold upwards of 60 million copies. The Swiss national visited the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina on April 28, 2014. Mr. Von Danichen’s host was the discoverer of the Bosnian pyramids and director of the “Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Archeological Park” Foundation Dr. Sam Osmanagich.

Daniken and Osmanagich spent approximately five hours together visiting the sites of the pyramid as well as the recently uncovered underground tunnel “Ravne”.

Prior to his visit to Visoko, Daniken wrote to Dr. Osmanagich about the public’s curiosity of the recently uncovered Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, aout which he receives many questions  during his lectures. Keeping in mind that Daniken had never actually seen the pyramid in person, there was naturally not much he could say about it. This would change after his visit to the site on April 28. Following his visit, von Daniken said:

“I am very, very impressed with this finding. Being in this line of work for coming on fifty years, I feel that I have a good sense of what is natural and what is artificially created. The tunnels and walls are without a doubt of artificial character. Furthermore, sections of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun are covered with concrete blocks.”

I fail to understand the mentality of the government in Bosnia-Herzegovina in their choosing to not finance such an important finding.

Furthermore, I’ve come across many skeptics about the authenticity of the finding. They have made various comments, but none hold any real weight. What we really need are valid arguments. Some of the things that have been uncovered are simply undoubtable – from the discovery of the underground tunnels, to the geometry, design and orientation of the pyramid. These findings are comparable to those uncovered in other places around the world.

Professor Osmanagich is a pioneer in the truest sense of the word. People like him are the ones who have the capacity to change history as we currently know it. His opponents consist largely of hypocrites and those who simply lack knowledge on this subject.

I have never in my career come across a mystery of this magnitude (speaking on the pre-historic underground tunnels found beneath the pyramid.”

Von Daniken’s recent visit has prompted a number of world-leading archeologists to also come take a tour of the site. Among them will be Michael Tellinger, best known for his findings of megalithic circles in and around South Africa, Valery Uvarov, a Russian national known for his pyramid studies, Austrian Klaus Dona who has devoted his life to uncovering and studying ancient artifacts, and finally, Slovenian Marko Pogacnik, expert on megaliths and ley lines.

Body Mind Spirit Journeys is offering a Bosnian Pyramids tour August 30 through September 12, 2014. It is an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Erich von Däniken and explore the world’s oldest and largest pyramid with the man who discovered it, Professor Sam Osmanagic. Please CLICK HERE for complete tour details.

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New Bosnian Pyramids Video Released

Klaus Dona

Klaus Dona

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.

 

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New Video Demonstrates Bosnian Pyramids Are Real

semir osmanagic

Semir Osmanagic

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.

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