Wednesday, February 08, 2006


Independent archeologist Sam (Semir) Osmanagich will go down in history as the man who discovered the first European pyramids of colossal dimensions, in the mountainous area of Bosnia-Herzegovina, 20 miles north of Sarajevo.
Truth or Istanbulldada?
Whatever the case may be - it will be an interesting case to follow.

(Source: BBC News)
Bosnia's leading Muslim daily Dnevni Avaz writes excitedly about "a sensational discovery" of "the first European pyramid" in the central town of Visoko, just north of Sarajevo.

Excavations at a hill site above the town have been going on for several months and initial analyses "have confirmed the original claim that this is Europe's first pyramid and a monumental building, similar in dimensions to the Egyptian pyramids."

"The pyramid is 100 metres high and there is evidence that it contains rooms and a monumental causeway ... The plateau is built of stone blocks, which indicates the presence at the time of a highly developed civilisation," the daily explains.

"Archaeological excavations near the surface have uncovered a part of a wall and fragments of steps," it reveals.

"Visocica hill could not have been shaped like this by nature," geologist Nada Nukic tells the daily. "This is already far too more than we have anticipated, but we expect a lot more from further analysis," she concludes.


Geophysical Analysis of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex by the Remote Sensing Geophysicists at SpecTIR Corp.

It has now been concluded that the the excavation of the pyramids in Visoko will be the biggest archaeological-geological project in Europe this year. Work will begin April 14th and will last until end of October.

All you need to know about the recent controversial discovery of the Bosnian Pyramids Of The Sun.

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  • Additional links

    The biggest European archeological project in year 2006 will consist of excavation, restoration, and long term protection of the three ancient pyramids.
    Volunteers wanted for Fieldwork.
  • Applications on this site

  • Initial geological drilling, authors south american experiences and
  • some interesting photos of local (Adriatic basin) ancient archeological sites
  • (Bosnian Language)


    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I've read an interesting article on
    about the corners of the pyramid. It would be an easy way to proof
    quickly the existence, but they dig near the corners but not the
    corners. Then they've dug something on the top of it, but not the
    top!? I've seen some pictures on that really let me think again about
    this whole thing. Every day I believe less in this mystery.

    11:44 AM  
    Blogger The Scavenger said...

    I hate to say it, anonymous, but I have also lost all hope (?) in the discovery of anything remotely similar to a pyramid temple of the sun resembling the meso-american types. Looks more and more like a geological structure which later may have had a few things built upon or around it. For a moment there I thought the "real" Troy (Ilias) might finally be located. Ah well...another win for mass hysteria.

    12:10 PM  

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