Sunday, October 6, 2013

Biggest Pyramid in The World Found in Bosnia

The Bosnian Pyramid Valley


In 2005, archaeologist Semir Osmanagic discovered several structures covered by topsoil and vegetation. An international scholar of worldwide pyramidal structures, he recognized the manufactured angles and coordinates that characterize pyramids on five continents. 

Subsequent, excavations and scientific testing of artifacts have dated several structures from 12,000 to 34,000 B.C. 

Intentionally hidden, the covered pyramids were considered to be natural hills.


The Great Bosnian Pyramid, formerly known as Visocica Hill, is the first European pyramid to be discovered and is located in the heart of Bosnia, in the town of Visoko. The pyramid has all the elements: four perfectly shaped slopes pointing toward the cardinal points, a flat top and an entrance complex. On top of the pyramid are also the ruins of a medieval walled town, once the base of a Bosnian king Tvrtko of Kotromanic (1338-1391). Because of its similarities to the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico, it has been named the “Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” ('Bosanska Piramida Sunca').



In the same Valley, four more ancient pyramidal structures were discovered:
-The Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon (Bosanska Piramida Mjeseca);
-The Bosnian Pyramid of the Dragon (Bosanska Piramida Zmaja);
-The Bosnian Pyramid of the Love (Bosanska Piramida Ljubavi);
  And a temple, named:
-Temple of the Earth (Hram Zemlje).




 
 
"We have already dug out stone blocks which I believe are covering the pyramid", said Semir (Sam) Osmanagic, a Bosnian American archaeologist who spent the last 15 years studying the pyramids of Latin America.

On the site, Sam has also discovered underground tunnels that connect the pyramids: 'We found a paved entrance plateau and discovered underground tunnels'.
 

Dr. Prof. Nabil M. A. Swelim stated after his recent visit: “The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is the largest pyramid ever witnessed; it is an amazing structure of great importance for the entire world”. Visoko valley contains total of five pyramidal structures. They all have readily recognizable pyramid shape, because of:

-visually symmetric geometry; 
-precise orientation in all four cardinal directions; 
-geo- sedimentary composition of evidence from the ground ;
-analysis of satellite images; 
-analysis of satellite thermal images which suggests the characteristics of  artificial construction; 
-complex of underground tunnels: Ravne-Visocica-PljeĊĦevica-Krstac; 
-peculiar fluvial/erosive geomorphology observed on the Visocica hill; 
-characteristic “resonance” of Visocica under shelling during the last war; 
-symmetric terraces on a high-resolution geodesic elevation map; 

Tens or maybe hundreds of similar unnatural hills, hiding pyramids and temples, are found ALL OVER the planet. In fact, the phenomenon is so widely spread that it stands out like a red stain on a white shirt.

I want to remind you, that the Great pyramids of Egypt were also half covered in sand when they were discovered. Even though the corrupted historians are trying to induce the idea that the desert storms half covered the pyramids with sand, personally I think it happened exactly otherwise: the pyramids have been half UNCOVERED by the powerful winds.
 
 
The questions we should ask ourselves are:
-who is putting so much effort to keep us far from the truth?
-who has these unearthly technological capabilities?
-why do they want us to be kept in dark?
The correct answer is probably found in “The True Human History” section.

Stone balls found in Bosnia and Herzegovina
“Mysterious carved stone balls found across Bosnia are similar to ones found in Costa Rica. To date, some 390 stone balls have been found in Costa Rica, all finely finished, but it is not clear how they were created as no tools have been found to explain this. Some of these balls were found buried together with pieces of ceramics that suggest that these balls are at least 1200-1300 years old – dating them before the arrival of Christopher Columbus. People who found these balls have said that they are always found in group of three, in the shape of a triangle, and always placed in the North-South direction. They are generally found on hills. Two of these stone balls have been transferred to the USA (National Geographic Society in Washington, and Harvard University in Cambridge).

Various theories have been suggested to explain the presence of the stone balls in Costa Rica. American archaeologist Samuel K Lothrop (“Archeology of the Diquis Delta, Costa Rica”, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1963), for example, concludes that there is evidence that the stone balls have been oriented astronomically. There has been little theorizing to date about stone balls in Bosnia. Explorer Semir Osmanagic first heard about their presence from a Bosnian friend, Bojan Zecevic, in 2004. They then contacted Bosnian historians and created a team to explore the phenomenon of the ‘Bosnian Stone balls.

They first explored the North West region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the village Trn near the town of Banja Luka they found that two balls had been used as part of a foundation of a house, each with a radius of 30-40 cm. They were finely polished and heavier than normal stone. A short distance from the house they found the pieces of a ball that had been cut in half; the damaged ball has a radius of one meter. In the North Bosnian village of Teocak, eight balls have been found. 

All these balls are geometrically shaped but none of them are finely polished. They are granite and some of the balls have holes across their surface. These stone balls have been found in several locations - a restaurant in Vares has even been named after the stone outside and is called ‘Kugla Restoran’ or Stone Ball Restaurant.

The largest stone ball found in Bosnia (near the village of Slatina, Banjaluka) is unfinished. Historians believe that it would have been polished to complete the geometric shape of the ball Geologist Mile Vujacic believes that the Bosnian stone balls were produced naturally by water shaping the rock over a long period – although this conclusion is uncertain given the number of locations where these stone balls have been found and their correct geometric shape. 

No one can be sure just how many of these stone balls exist in Bosnia but the number found to date may represent a small fraction of the true number. The balls have been buried over hundreds of years and only accidental findings are bringing them to light.”
(Semir Osmanagic - Bosanska Piramida Sunca)
 
 
Semir has recently returned from Gudalahare, Mexico where he investigated other stone balls, resembling those found across regions of Bosnia. Even though he found hundreds of stone balls on the Cerra Piedras Bollas hill, there was only one reference to them, reported in the National Geographic magazine in 1968. The officially accepted version is that the primitive Indians created these objects (up to 4m in diameter and weighing as much as 50 tones each), with primitive tools. Unfortunately, the locals damaged many of the stone balls thinking there might be gold inside them.

After Osmanagic studied the stone balls from the village of Ahualulco del Mercado, he concluded that they were created using the same methodology as that used to create the stone balls from Costa Rica and Bosnia.

Similar spheres were found in many places all over Earth and in great numbers. In the Beita Mountain, close to the Chinese – Mongolian border, more than 1,000 stone balls have been found. The smallest ones are the size of a Ping-Pong ball, while the bigger ones are almost 2m in diameter.

Similar stone balls have been also found in Brazil, Mexico, Germany, New Zealand and Egypt.
 
There is nothing in our current understanding of history that explains the presence of these stone balls. Even more intriguing are the statements of the Beita Mountain locals who reported seeing UFO activity many times in the areas where the stone balls were found. The locals from other stone spheres sites also recalled seeing UFOs many times above the stone balls sites.
 
 
Regarding this subject, the famous scientist Carl Sagan said: "There is a certain purpose for these stone balls of big and small size to be placed there. For instance, they represent different stars in the sky, the distance among them denote the relative positions of the stars. This is most likely a souvenir given by guests from the Universe, who want to send our mankind some kind of message."

Even though my theory is even more daring, who am I to dare Carl Sagan?
- See more at: http://humansarefree.com/2010/12/biggest-pyramid-in-world-found-in.html#sthash.EAkWxDCn.dpuf

13 comments:

  1. I know it would be destruction of an artifact- but has anyone thought to open one up and see inside the sphere. You never know what may be there. Tests on the outside or tests performed to see if there is anything on the inside may not reveal what actually is there. Could be a written message or even a paper message. The thick stone could be protecting something as well. Just a thought- Good luck-

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    1. enough with childs play we can't crush artifacts to reveal fantasies , there are qualified machines to analyze stones and other stuff , so if we do as your told then have archeological records will be wasted for nothing

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    2. In Costa Rica, such stone balls can also be found. No one knows who made them and why. Many people thought there was gold inside the balls and many where destroyed...

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    3. Many of them were split , some of them exploded . But they were empty

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  2. Have you read the article entirely? Issue solved, nothing inside Costa Rican Balls........

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    1. my balls aren't empty

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    2. cause the article said so huh?

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  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osmanagi%C4%87_pyramid_hypothesis

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  4. Hello everybody, especially the people that have this link.

    Do you know that the Bosnia population have come in that places during at VI before K century ?
    In those places has lived Albanian people and this population is the most oldest in Europe.

    Bosnia is only the actual name of this place, but the history it's something else...

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  5. *Not before, but in the sixth century AD (after K)

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  6. Theses pyramids were built by the ancient Illyrians (ancient albanians) who occupied the land centuries before slavs migrated into the region

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  7. albaninas are from Asia. They have nothing in common with Illyirians. In historical sources, there is no mentioning about them before 11th century ad.

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