Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01   Very often others ask me how people who live in VIsoko have never noticed such proper geometry, particularly of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun. The answer is they have noticed, but none of them dared to claim that this was an artificial structure covered by deposits of soil and vegetation. There are more reasons for this: first, nobody in this region has dealt with pyramids or has any experience in this field; second, these are unusually large structures, and third, because of the extreme age of the pyramids, the geological and archaeological layers are mixed.  read more

Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01

Very often others ask me how people who live in VIsoko have never noticed such proper geometry, particularly of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun. The answer is they have noticed, but none of them dared to claim that this was an artificial structure covered by deposits of soil and vegetation. There are more reasons for this: first, nobody in this region has dealt with pyramids or has any experience in this field; second, these are unusually large structures, and third, because of the extreme age of the pyramids, the geological and archaeological layers are mixed. read more

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  Written by Bihlover, 14 July 2018   One of the most important resources for every living being on our planet is water. Without water, there is no potential to live, ergo it is difficult for an advanced culture to develop. The oldest civilizations that developed were close by rivers. Euphrates and Tigris were the most important rivers for ancient cultures and civilizations in Mesopotamia. In Egypt, the river Nile was crucial for building the pyramids and survival of ancient Egyptians. In the Indus Valley, the river Indus was the most important river for cultures and civilizations which were first to develop agriculture. To this day, these rivers are still important. Therefore we see a pattern that the civilizations developed close by rivers.  read more

Written by Bihlover, 14 July 2018

One of the most important resources for every living being on our planet is water. Without water, there is no potential to live, ergo it is difficult for an advanced culture to develop. The oldest civilizations that developed were close by rivers. Euphrates and Tigris were the most important rivers for ancient cultures and civilizations in Mesopotamia. In Egypt, the river Nile was crucial for building the pyramids and survival of ancient Egyptians. In the Indus Valley, the river Indus was the most important river for cultures and civilizations which were first to develop agriculture. To this day, these rivers are still important. Therefore we see a pattern that the civilizations developed close by rivers. read more

  written by Nadjija Nukic:   They moved the research team above the probing well and planning to remove the surface layer of humus to reach the first plateau. An excavation done by mattock and shovel already revealed certain rough outline with specific geometry. When the blocks were cleaned by a broad knife and small broom it was found that they were ordered like brick in a wall - the upper block was moved inwards in relation the lower one.  read more

written by Nadjija Nukic:

They moved the research team above the probing well and planning to remove the surface layer of humus to reach the first plateau. An excavation done by mattock and shovel already revealed certain rough outline with specific geometry. When the blocks were cleaned by a broad knife and small broom it was found that they were ordered like brick in a wall - the upper block was moved inwards in relation the lower one. read more

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  25 January 2012 23:48, Professor Oak says:   This looks legit. Especially the picture, that definitely is not fake.     26 January 2012 00:35, Admin says:   Dear Professor,  I don’t think the picture is authentic. it’s only purpose is to show(symbolize) the energy beam, which in reality, I suppose, is invisible. Frankly, I cannot imagine a visible energy beam with a radius of 4.5 meters ;-)  read more

25 January 2012 23:48, Professor Oak says:

This looks legit. Especially the picture, that definitely is not fake.

26 January 2012 00:35, Admin says:

Dear Professor,

I don’t think the picture is authentic. it’s only purpose is to show(symbolize) the energy beam, which in reality, I suppose, is invisible. Frankly, I cannot imagine a visible energy beam with a radius of 4.5 meters ;-) read more

  Dr. Sam Osmanagich:   Two days later, Dr. Zahi Hawass convenes urgent meeting in Cairo: between Ministry of Tourism of Egypt, Ministry of Culture and his Supreme Council of Antiquities. They have just one agenda: “Influence of Bosnian pyramids’ discovery on tourism in Egypt”. Considering that tourism and pyramids is the main Egyptian industry earning $ 15.5 billion of dollars per year, fear that they could loose, let’s say 20% (or more than 3 billion of dollars) because of discovery of Bosnian pyramids, disgusted them.  read more

Dr. Sam Osmanagich:

Two days later, Dr. Zahi Hawass convenes urgent meeting in Cairo: between Ministry of Tourism of Egypt, Ministry of Culture and his Supreme Council of Antiquities. They have just one agenda: “Influence of Bosnian pyramids’ discovery on tourism in Egypt”. Considering that tourism and pyramids is the main Egyptian industry earning $ 15.5 billion of dollars per year, fear that they could loose, let’s say 20% (or more than 3 billion of dollars) because of discovery of Bosnian pyramids, disgusted them. read more

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 Inspired by the shepherd legend they started building artifact factories in the Zalomska valley. Pipelines were laid from the factory all the way to the mountain hole, discovered by the shepherd and his father. A few months later, without anyone noticing, the first batch of created stone spheres were pushed through the pipelines in 1890 and appeared two hours later out of the cavern in Blagaj.

Inspired by the shepherd legend they started building artifact factories in the Zalomska valley. Pipelines were laid from the factory all the way to the mountain hole, discovered by the shepherd and his father. A few months later, without anyone noticing, the first batch of created stone spheres were pushed through the pipelines in 1890 and appeared two hours later out of the cavern in Blagaj.

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  BIGGEST STONE BALL IN EUROPE JUST DISCOVERED IN BOSNIA    Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01   I’ve been researching prehistoric stone ball phenomenon for 15 years. I’ve visited several times shaped granite stone balls in southern Costa Rica, volcanic stone spheres in western Mexico, “cocina” stone balls in the small island in Pacific – Isla del Cano, volcanic stone balls on Easter Island, some of them in Tunisia, and Tenerife on Canary Islands. They are also present on Antarctica, New Zealand, Russia, Egypt, USA, Argentina … I wrote about stone balls found in Balkan region: northern Albania, province of Dalmatia in Croatia, western Serbia  read more

BIGGEST STONE BALL IN EUROPE JUST DISCOVERED IN BOSNIA

Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01

I’ve been researching prehistoric stone ball phenomenon for 15 years. I’ve visited several times shaped granite stone balls in southern Costa Rica, volcanic stone spheres in western Mexico, “cocina” stone balls in the small island in Pacific – Isla del Cano, volcanic stone balls on Easter Island, some of them in Tunisia, and Tenerife on Canary Islands. They are also present on Antarctica, New Zealand, Russia, Egypt, USA, Argentina … I wrote about stone balls found in Balkan region: northern Albania, province of Dalmatia in Croatia, western Serbia read more

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©Thomas Nolf_37.jpg
  Written by Thomas Nolf & Gauthier Oushoorn, May, 2018   The artifact is located under an area with a large amount of trees. Because it would take a lot effort (time, money, tools) to remove these trees before extracting the artifact, we decided in June to document the artifact.  What characterizes the K2 is a sort of crack in the middle of the artifact that creates three beautiful lines that go towards the contours of the artifact. This could be a kind of language map of the Visoko Valley, representing the two rivers Fojnica and Bosna.  read more

Written by Thomas Nolf & Gauthier Oushoorn, May, 2018

The artifact is located under an area with a large amount of trees. Because it would take a lot effort (time, money, tools) to remove these trees before extracting the artifact, we decided in June to document the artifact.

What characterizes the K2 is a sort of crack in the middle of the artifact that creates three beautiful lines that go towards the contours of the artifact. This could be a kind of language map of the Visoko Valley, representing the two rivers Fojnica and Bosna. read more

  Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01   Very often others ask me how people who live in VIsoko have never noticed such proper geometry, particularly of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun. The answer is they have noticed, but none of them dared to claim that this was an artificial structure covered by deposits of soil and vegetation. There are more reasons for this: first, nobody in this region has dealt with pyramids or has any experience in this field; second, these are unusually large structures, and third, because of the extreme age of the pyramids, the geological and archaeological layers are mixed.  read more
scan_postkaart_002.jpg
  Written by Bihlover, 14 July 2018   One of the most important resources for every living being on our planet is water. Without water, there is no potential to live, ergo it is difficult for an advanced culture to develop. The oldest civilizations that developed were close by rivers. Euphrates and Tigris were the most important rivers for ancient cultures and civilizations in Mesopotamia. In Egypt, the river Nile was crucial for building the pyramids and survival of ancient Egyptians. In the Indus Valley, the river Indus was the most important river for cultures and civilizations which were first to develop agriculture. To this day, these rivers are still important. Therefore we see a pattern that the civilizations developed close by rivers.  read more
  written by Nadjija Nukic:   They moved the research team above the probing well and planning to remove the surface layer of humus to reach the first plateau. An excavation done by mattock and shovel already revealed certain rough outline with specific geometry. When the blocks were cleaned by a broad knife and small broom it was found that they were ordered like brick in a wall - the upper block was moved inwards in relation the lower one.  read more
©Thomas Nolf_29.jpg
©Thomas Nolf_35.jpg
  25 January 2012 23:48, Professor Oak says:   This looks legit. Especially the picture, that definitely is not fake.     26 January 2012 00:35, Admin says:   Dear Professor,  I don’t think the picture is authentic. it’s only purpose is to show(symbolize) the energy beam, which in reality, I suppose, is invisible. Frankly, I cannot imagine a visible energy beam with a radius of 4.5 meters ;-)  read more
  Dr. Sam Osmanagich:   Two days later, Dr. Zahi Hawass convenes urgent meeting in Cairo: between Ministry of Tourism of Egypt, Ministry of Culture and his Supreme Council of Antiquities. They have just one agenda: “Influence of Bosnian pyramids’ discovery on tourism in Egypt”. Considering that tourism and pyramids is the main Egyptian industry earning $ 15.5 billion of dollars per year, fear that they could loose, let’s say 20% (or more than 3 billion of dollars) because of discovery of Bosnian pyramids, disgusted them.  read more
©Thomas Nolf_30.jpg
 Inspired by the shepherd legend they started building artifact factories in the Zalomska valley. Pipelines were laid from the factory all the way to the mountain hole, discovered by the shepherd and his father. A few months later, without anyone noticing, the first batch of created stone spheres were pushed through the pipelines in 1890 and appeared two hours later out of the cavern in Blagaj.
Cavern
  BIGGEST STONE BALL IN EUROPE JUST DISCOVERED IN BOSNIA    Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01   I’ve been researching prehistoric stone ball phenomenon for 15 years. I’ve visited several times shaped granite stone balls in southern Costa Rica, volcanic stone spheres in western Mexico, “cocina” stone balls in the small island in Pacific – Isla del Cano, volcanic stone balls on Easter Island, some of them in Tunisia, and Tenerife on Canary Islands. They are also present on Antarctica, New Zealand, Russia, Egypt, USA, Argentina … I wrote about stone balls found in Balkan region: northern Albania, province of Dalmatia in Croatia, western Serbia  read more
©Thomas Nolf_15.jpg
©Thomas Nolf_18.jpg
©Thomas Nolf_17.jpg
©Thomas Nolf_36.jpg
©Thomas Nolf_37.jpg
  Written by Thomas Nolf & Gauthier Oushoorn, May, 2018   The artifact is located under an area with a large amount of trees. Because it would take a lot effort (time, money, tools) to remove these trees before extracting the artifact, we decided in June to document the artifact.  What characterizes the K2 is a sort of crack in the middle of the artifact that creates three beautiful lines that go towards the contours of the artifact. This could be a kind of language map of the Visoko Valley, representing the two rivers Fojnica and Bosna.  read more

Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01

Very often others ask me how people who live in VIsoko have never noticed such proper geometry, particularly of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun. The answer is they have noticed, but none of them dared to claim that this was an artificial structure covered by deposits of soil and vegetation. There are more reasons for this: first, nobody in this region has dealt with pyramids or has any experience in this field; second, these are unusually large structures, and third, because of the extreme age of the pyramids, the geological and archaeological layers are mixed. read more

Written by Bihlover, 14 July 2018

One of the most important resources for every living being on our planet is water. Without water, there is no potential to live, ergo it is difficult for an advanced culture to develop. The oldest civilizations that developed were close by rivers. Euphrates and Tigris were the most important rivers for ancient cultures and civilizations in Mesopotamia. In Egypt, the river Nile was crucial for building the pyramids and survival of ancient Egyptians. In the Indus Valley, the river Indus was the most important river for cultures and civilizations which were first to develop agriculture. To this day, these rivers are still important. Therefore we see a pattern that the civilizations developed close by rivers. read more

written by Nadjija Nukic:

They moved the research team above the probing well and planning to remove the surface layer of humus to reach the first plateau. An excavation done by mattock and shovel already revealed certain rough outline with specific geometry. When the blocks were cleaned by a broad knife and small broom it was found that they were ordered like brick in a wall - the upper block was moved inwards in relation the lower one. read more

25 January 2012 23:48, Professor Oak says:

This looks legit. Especially the picture, that definitely is not fake.

26 January 2012 00:35, Admin says:

Dear Professor,

I don’t think the picture is authentic. it’s only purpose is to show(symbolize) the energy beam, which in reality, I suppose, is invisible. Frankly, I cannot imagine a visible energy beam with a radius of 4.5 meters ;-) read more

Dr. Sam Osmanagich:

Two days later, Dr. Zahi Hawass convenes urgent meeting in Cairo: between Ministry of Tourism of Egypt, Ministry of Culture and his Supreme Council of Antiquities. They have just one agenda: “Influence of Bosnian pyramids’ discovery on tourism in Egypt”. Considering that tourism and pyramids is the main Egyptian industry earning $ 15.5 billion of dollars per year, fear that they could loose, let’s say 20% (or more than 3 billion of dollars) because of discovery of Bosnian pyramids, disgusted them. read more

Inspired by the shepherd legend they started building artifact factories in the Zalomska valley. Pipelines were laid from the factory all the way to the mountain hole, discovered by the shepherd and his father. A few months later, without anyone noticing, the first batch of created stone spheres were pushed through the pipelines in 1890 and appeared two hours later out of the cavern in Blagaj.

Cavern

BIGGEST STONE BALL IN EUROPE JUST DISCOVERED IN BOSNIA

Written by Dr. Sam Osmanagić, Ph.D. Friday, 25 March 2016 11:01

I’ve been researching prehistoric stone ball phenomenon for 15 years. I’ve visited several times shaped granite stone balls in southern Costa Rica, volcanic stone spheres in western Mexico, “cocina” stone balls in the small island in Pacific – Isla del Cano, volcanic stone balls on Easter Island, some of them in Tunisia, and Tenerife on Canary Islands. They are also present on Antarctica, New Zealand, Russia, Egypt, USA, Argentina … I wrote about stone balls found in Balkan region: northern Albania, province of Dalmatia in Croatia, western Serbia read more

Written by Thomas Nolf & Gauthier Oushoorn, May, 2018

The artifact is located under an area with a large amount of trees. Because it would take a lot effort (time, money, tools) to remove these trees before extracting the artifact, we decided in June to document the artifact.

What characterizes the K2 is a sort of crack in the middle of the artifact that creates three beautiful lines that go towards the contours of the artifact. This could be a kind of language map of the Visoko Valley, representing the two rivers Fojnica and Bosna. read more

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