Bosnian pyramids carbon dating

These findings will one day completely transform our ideas about prehistoric civilization. They are all intermittently translated into Bosnian by Dr.You can view the press conference video here: seated at the table second from the end on the right. Sam Osmanagich, the fellow wearing the hat near the center of the press table. Osmanagich is the one who first discovered this pyramid complex in 2005. The German and Italian Nexus editions say they will also carry the story in German and Italian translations.Meanwhile Jock Doubleday has prepared the following news release about the appearance of these two Nexus articles: Photos by Paul La Violette and friends On September 1st I flew to Sarajevo to take part in the 2014 Hidden History Tour & Conference with Dr. I decided to go there after receiving an email from a friend who had just returned from a week long sojourn to the pyramid and tunnels.I was totally amazed by what has been discovered there and of the immense volunteer effort to further excavate this site.

The pictures were later validated by specialists and sent around the world.The residents of the valley town of Visoko, Bosnia (near Sarajevo) have always referred to the large structures as ‘pyramids’ long before Dr.Sam Semir Osmanagich, the director of the Center for Anthropology and Archeology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina, discovered the complex in 2005. D., made an incredible archeological discovery in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina, a complex of five enormous pyramids covered by soil and green vegetation, which he named “The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids”, previously considered just to be green hills.The largest of them, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is over 720 feet high (220 meters.), considerably higher than the Great Pyramid of Egypt of 482 feet (147 mt.) high.“Although tens of thousands of pyramids have been discovered across the planet, none have the construction quality and date back as far as the ones in Bosnia,” states Osmanagich.


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