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RESURRECTION - the MOVIE of the Pyramids of Bosnia - trailer Us

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posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 10:36 AM
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Over 30,000 years old and made in part out of man made concrete. Just a couple of claims made about the Bosnian Pyramids in this trailer for Resurrection the forthcoming movie about the Bosnian Pyramids. Personally I'm a believer. I think these really are pyramids and are over 30,000 years old. Many people believe that Pyramids were built for some kind of energy generation well some of those energies are still present in the Bosnian Pyramids. Areas in some of the tunnels which have been excavated are extremely high in Negative Ions which are very beneficial to human life and there's also an electromagnetic beam coming straight out of the tip of the largest pyramid. Now I don't think that's a coincidence, do you?

Resurrection Trailer -



YouTube Link -

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posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:15 AM
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Electromagnetic beam?
Could you please link me your favorite source on that?

Cool trailer, definitely some claims right here.
I'll definitely be picking this documentary up upon it's release, so for this I thank you for sharing!



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:17 AM
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I know Sam. He is a nice guy. I know people who went there and they all say it is real.

They knew how to make cement and mortar in many places back long before we are led to believe that they did. Even the ancient People in the mediterainian area were using it back before the pyramids there were built.. The vikings knew how to make cement so did most northern cultures.

Not every culture made cement and mortar, only some of them were using this. From my studies there was trade happening across Europe and Asia going on before we have written history of it. It did not start as soon as we started to record it, the recording of trade started afterwards. Technology of the time differed, but they used rock as a building material for many thousand years and knew how to use cement also. People weren't dumb back then, they just had different wants and desires. The people who built the first pyramids may not have even been modern humans. Another race of humanoids could have done it. Maybe neanderthals or another race could have been doing this. Who knows.

Lack of accepted evidence does not mean it is not real. Their evidence there will be constantly not accepted because history would need to be changed meaning that the original builders of the pyramids in the middle east may have come down from north to have built these. That would mean everything they were saying about pyramids is false. Where did the pyramid builders actually come from, I feel that before the ice age many people came down from the north and settled in that area.

The evidence that is presently being used is structured to reinforce present belief.

I do not know what really occurred, I just know that the present accepted beliefs of our history could be all wrong.



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:35 AM
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Its a 2006 documentary.



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:37 AM
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originally posted by: ThinkingCap
Electromagnetic beam?
Could you please link me your favorite source on that?

Cool trailer, definitely some claims right here.
I'll definitely be picking this documentary up upon it's release, so for this I thank you for sharing!


Pleasure. I don't have a favorite but here's one for you -

www.sbresearchgroup.eu... -beam-and-electromagnetic-waves-from-the-top-of-the-pyramid-of-the-sun



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 11:49 AM
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originally posted by: glend
Its a 2006 documentary.



No it isn't this is a different documentary there's more about it here -



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posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 12:44 PM
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The cement people are trying to compare to is our modern variations, Roman and Portland cement is the most widely used in the world. Cement and concrete they would have been used in those pyramids would have been made of different properties, which is pretty obvious.

I am on the fence with this pyramid. For one, something that huge would have taken ancients a long, long time to construct, and the amount of working housing, organization, and near by quarries needed for something like this would have surely left tons of evidence.

Personally. I think it's not as old as people think it is, and, it was a complex of structures built on an already existing rare geological formation, such as a seemingly perfect peaked hill top like this. The evidence that has been found leans more towards my theory, they find little bits and pieces scattered all throughout the hill sides, but no distinct continuous formations that would have been needed for a large structure.



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 01:37 PM
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Oh my this stuff again

No pyramids just nice hills.

Natural sediments, with other culture's material from many ages all over the hills, the fraud comes in the false reports, misrepresentation of actual data and plain lies by Osmanie.


You can find the truth here

The hills of Bosnia and lies of Osmie



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 02:23 PM
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a reply to: Hanslune


No pyramids just nice hills


Nice hills that have turned into a cottage industry of tourism for new-agers and people drawn to mysticism to see the "pyramids."



posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 03:20 PM
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originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
a reply to: Hanslune


No pyramids just nice hills


Nice hills that have turned into a cottage industry of tourism for new-agers and people drawn to mysticism to see the "pyramids."


Absolutely, I stand corrected

I really like the addition of the 'beam' it just makes it so precious.....



posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 02:14 AM
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originally posted by: Hanslune

originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
a reply to: Hanslune


No pyramids just nice hills


Nice hills that have turned into a cottage industry of tourism for new-agers and people drawn to mysticism to see the "pyramids."


Absolutely, I stand corrected

I really like the addition of the 'beam' it just makes it so precious.....


What an ignorant thing to say. The beam exists and has been recorded by numerous scientific teams (a fact which is easily confirmed if you'd spent some time to check).



posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 02:53 AM
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originally posted by: JamesTB
What an ignorant thing to say. The beam exists and has been recorded by numerous scientific teams


Care to name these "numerous scientific teams"?



posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 03:01 AM
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originally posted by: hellobruce

originally posted by: JamesTB
What an ignorant thing to say. The beam exists and has been recorded by numerous scientific teams


Care to name these "numerous scientific teams"?


Here's just one of them -

www.sbresearchgroup.eu... agnetic-and-ultrasonic-emissions

'The team:

Davor Jadrijevic, mag.

Edo Popovic, writer and journalist

Goran Marjanovic, ing.

Heikki Savolainen, ing.

Hrvoje Vesligaj,

Ivan Simatovic, dr.

Jadranko Djurasin, photographer

Leonardo Blazenic, ing.

Ljubo Ristovski, prof. dr.

Milan Guncic, medical supervision

Paolo Debertolis, prof.dr.

Ranko Tintor, ing. and photographer

Riccardo Bret, dr.

Stanko Magic,ing.

Vladimir Matek, ing.

Vladimir Skenderovic, photographer

Zlatan Alicevic, dr.

and our host Sam Osmanagich, dr.'



posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 09:58 AM
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a reply to: JamesTB

Dr. Paolo DeBertolis, the head of that team that investigated the "acoustics" and alleged "beam" of this so-called pyramid, is a dentist. His degree is in dentistry from the University of Trieste. Apparently that makes him an expert in pyramids...?

There are numerous other instances of dubious credentials being thrown about, in an obvious attempt to appear scientifically qualified;

The Dentist, the Architect, their Foreman and the Customer Service Manager

Another very active member of the "SB Research Group, and probably its founder, is one Paolo Debertolis, a dentist by profession, although ready enough to describe himself as an "anthropologist". Unlike many of the other "pyramid-enthusiasts," Mr. Debertolis does have a proper scientific background, as a dental specialist (it) and researcher (it) at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Trieste. What is more, he does not fail to make good use of his academic position, whether by inserting (as we saw earlier) the name and logo of the University of Trieste on the "research group" website and document headers, or by using the argument from authority (it)


Pablito, as he calls himself, also posts extensively on "Nibiru 2012," dedicated as the name implies, to the Sitchinesque belief in Planet X and alien human origins.

For a real breakdown on the "scientists" on the various Bosnian Pyramid projects, see this article, penned by one of Osmanagic former confidants:

Nadija Nukic : "Osmanagic has driven away the scientists from the project"



posted on Jul, 28 2014 @ 11:55 AM
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originally posted by: JamesTB

originally posted by: Hanslune

originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
a reply to: Hanslune


No pyramids just nice hills


Nice hills that have turned into a cottage industry of tourism for new-agers and people drawn to mysticism to see the "pyramids."


Absolutely, I stand corrected

I really like the addition of the 'beam' it just makes it so precious.....


What an ignorant thing to say. The beam exists and has been recorded by numerous scientific teams (a fact which is easily confirmed if you'd spent some time to check).


No it doesn't it's completely imaginary and yes I have checked - have you?

You do know there is a difference between fringe pretend 'confirmation' and real scientific confirmation? I would suggest you learn the difference.
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posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 07:00 AM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
I know Sam. He is a nice guy. I know people who went there and they all say it is real.


Interesting, I know people whose families have lived there for generations and they all say it isn't real.

There are many sites in the Balkans that have been settled for thousands of years, and the Visoko area is one of them thanks to its geography. It was even the effective capital of Bosnia for a time.

Unfortunately it isn't too difficult to package a bunch of genuine structures together with natural rock formations (which aren't pyramids) and fool a great many people into believing that they are pyramids through selective tours and excavations.

However, this is a hill, not a pyramid.
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posted on Aug, 1 2014 @ 07:58 AM
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a reply to: zvezdar

I lived in the Copper Country for a lot of my life, and I never took a tour of the mines. I didn't even comprehend that mining had been going on there for thousands of years before they built the big mines there. The little holes I went by while hunting in the woods were common natural caves in my mind as well as the minds of most local people. But they were copper mines. The bears liked those holes for dens so I was taught to stay clear of them.

People around here see only the big gold mines, very few know that there have been gold mines here for way longer than recorded history was telling us. But now some of these old gold mines have been verified as gold mines, depleted of their ores. Some of these mines are over seven hundred years old, older than white man was supposed to be in this area. The gold tore off by glaciers here is too deep to find with a metal detector most times, but scattered around here and there. Not really worth commercially mining and not really worth digging everything up. The Indians got a lot of it over the centuries since the glaciers were here.

There used to be a diamond pipe here that was mined out. The top was sheared off and dispersed by the glacier also. But most people cannot fathom that diamonds were and are around here either, they do not look for them. Most are buried and people do not even know what a rough diamond looks like, it is a rock. Think about this, we have just discovered that there are black diamonds and now they were valuable, before they were called rocks.

Now, it would never pay to look for any of this stuff here, it is dispursed and broke up over large areas. But they just put a new mine by an area here and the gold content of some of the samples is very high. That is in a known gold area though, but it is a copper and nickel mine, not a gold mine. So gold does not exist around here anymore, the Ropes mine that polluted a lake with mercury got it all. On top of that, if you find gold here, you better shut up, most of the mineral rights are owned by companies or states and they will dig a hole under your house to get at it.

So what I am trying to say is that people living around something all their life may not realize that that mountain is not a pyramid. Cripes, many kids think that meat and veggies come from a store here in America. They are trying to fix that problem by teaching kids a little now about gardening and the work that goes into acquiring food.



posted on Aug, 5 2014 @ 05:04 AM
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a reply to: rickymouse

Maybe i'll make my point a different way. These people are villagers who know the area like the back of their hand. They have to, they live off the land and have done for generations. They have crawled all over this hill. So when Osmanagic points out known natural features and claims them to be part of a pyramid the private reaction from the locals is laughter. They aren't gullible and aren't idiots.

People in the Balkans tend to know their local land very, very well. They still work the land, and are still very much villagers in those rural locations. There's little point in equating them to us who live in the West and often know little about our surrounds.
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posted on Aug, 5 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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a reply to: zvezdar

Being an outdoorsman most of my life, I thought I knew a lot about things in the area. I couldn't fathom there was stuff that could be there. I did see a big bone sticking out of a rock and asked my father what it was. He told me it was an old bone from long ago. I asked him what kind of animal, he said a big animal.

Probably was some piece of Dinosaur bone in rock that got moved by the glacier. There is a lot of crumbled dinosaur bone around here, it's bordering people's gardens. Now most people here know rocks as rocks, not even thinking they could be million year old bone. It looks a little like granite, but has a structure that is different when cut.

So now, most people would laugh at you here if you told them their rocks were bone. They see dinosaur bones, replications actually, that are white. Dinosaur bone is rarely white, if it is it is probably mammoth bone.

Those Dino bones make good fertilizer. They keep the tomatoes from getting bottom rot and supply the soils with good nutrients..

Some rocks are a lot better than others to have around the garden.

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