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Old 01-02-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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Could someone give me a concise summary about these Bosnian Pyramids? They seem quite popular but I've no idea what folk are talking about.
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Old 01-02-2012, 12:14 PM   #2
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Could someone give me a concise summary about these Bosnian Pyramids? They seem quite popular but I've no idea what folk are talking about.
A brief summary would be as follows (although there are a number on here who would deny this):

In 2005 a Bosnian-American businessman and self-claimed 'amateur archaeologist' called Semir Osmanagic claimed that there were ancient pyramids under some hills in Visoko, about 30km from Sarajevo. He then led an immense media campaign to promote this 'discovery'.

Although from the start the majority of the archaeological community were skeptical, Osmanagic set about excavating, with no real plan. Due to his initial media promotion of the site, visitors flocked to Visoko in 2006, largely leaving immensely disappointed. However, Osmanagic managed to obtain large amounts of funding from this initial media onslaught through donations, sponsorship and government funding. This money was then largely spent on further promotional activities, which, not having the impact of the initial 'claim', left the Foundation in severe financial difficulties.

However, Osmanagic plodded on.

There was increased consternation from the archaeological community (including the issuing of a public announcement by the European Association of Archaeologists decrying Osmanagic's work as detrimental to the royal town of Visoki, which lies atop the hill Osmanagic laims to be the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, and amateurish). The Foundation lost the support of almost all its ardent backers, and was left pretty much isolated. At the same time, anyone who knew of their 'dodgy dealings' or publicly criticised their workings were subjected to hate campaigns within Bosnia, or internationally had false criminal charges made against them in Bosnia, with Osmanagic calculating that, fearful of a corrupt legal system, that would keep opponents away for good.

The Foundation were without an archaeologist for a period of 20 or so months from September 2008, while at the same time Osmanagic claimed the project to be the 'world's largest'.

Most of the international academic community simply ignore Osmanagic now. The Royal Town has been protected at the highest level, and therefore the main threat posed by his excavations has been reduced. At the same time, he has turned his attention from courting those who he initially saw as academics (in Osmanagic's eyes there is a close correlation between the amount of times you've appeared on National Geographic and academic authority, it appears), and possibly supportive of his work, towards those within less well-established scientific fields (crystalology and suchlike), and often bearing dubious credentials.

Archaeologically, his theories don't stand up to scrutiny. Geologically, they're laughable. In the fields of energetic aura prism measurement, positive ion beam wave analysis, and suchlike, they seem to be on pretty solid ground, though.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:35 PM   #3
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Archaeologically, his theories don't stand up to scrutiny. Geologically, they're laughable. In the fields of energetic aura prism measurement, positive ion beam wave analysis, and suchlike, they seem to be on pretty solid ground, though.
And these beams of light are supposed to emanate from these Bosnian pyramids or something?
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And these beams of light are supposed to emanate from these Bosnian pyramids or something?
It would appear that way.

However, these things are subject to change, largely dependent on which 'alternative' group the Foundation is courting at the time...
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It would appear that way.

However, these things are subject to change, largely dependent on which 'alternative' group the Foundation is courting at the time...
Thank you for the info.
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Old 01-02-2012, 03:48 PM   #6
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And these beams of light are supposed to emanate from these Bosnian pyramids or something?
There is no beam of light, it is electromagnetic energy found to be at frequencies between 26-32khz. This has been detected by several scientists independent of each other, with different equipment and methods.
I was lucky enough to witness all of last years investigations into this phenomena and I can assure you, noone is yanking anyones chain. The results speak for themselves......



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