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Originally posted by Rasobasi420
If this thing has tunnels and passageways, then it has to be related to pyramids on other continents.
Originally posted by Rasobasi420
Most likely leading down to a central chamber, with a box of some kind.
Originally posted by irishmen3g
If this turns out to be real, which I have no reason to doubt............we have the same things appearing around the globe, and if someone can/would create a timeline for all the pyramid's build date\s, I think we must look at the fact that we have a lot of unrecorded history.......or am I wrong??
Originally posted by rizla
One thing I notice is that the bosnian 'pyramid(s)' is not built on a plain (like the chinese and egyptian pyramids). Not sure about the S.American variety. If I was going to build a pyramid to last a long time, I'd pick a flat spot as I figure its more geologically stable. Saying that, I'm no geologist.
Originally posted by GoldEagle
Compare the shape of it to the hill in the background behind it, seems very similar to me.
Originally posted by Frosty
Looks like a large hill. How did all the vegitation surround it? Did they build it out of dirt? Hoax, fake, sensationalism, fantasy, etc. I call bs on this one.
Originally posted by Japairman
First European piramides were found in april 2003 Italy.
Check the position and compare with the Gizeh Piramides and be blown away
Originally posted by Uncle Joe
Just looking at the map showing the line between the supposed 'Pyramids of Europe' Giza and Mecca is quite funny.
Odd how many of the Euro pyramids appear either underwater with no evidence whatsoever (off the coast of Ireland) or in hilly regions. A cynic might go so far as to call those 'pyramids' hills. This whole thing seems to be nonsense of the Von Daiken variety.
Of course time will tell but im not optimistic.
n the Middle Ages, Visoko was the social, economic and political capital of Bosnia, earning it the title of a royal town. The city is first mentioned in 1355 in a chart made for Dubrovnik merchants by ban Kulin.
Visoko was a center of the Bosnian Church with the bishop placed in Biskupici area 4 km away from Visoko. The name Visoko is a new name for the town, old name was Visoki, and it means "high place" because the king's town was on top of the nearby montain Visočica. Urban city is located below, and named Podvisoki ("under the high").
1. This Bosnian 'Indiana Jones' is not a doctor, let alone a professor. He is a (construction) contractor who goes by his Americanised name of Sam Osmanagich, and his business is called: Met Company, Inc., of 10102 Lakeside Gables Dr., Houston TX 77065, USA, Ph. (281) 807-9681.
2. Bosnian daily 'Dnevni Avaz' that passed this story on to Reuters and BBC is owned by a warlord who got enormously rich after the 1992-1995 war by who-knows-how methods, and who is in a grave need for moneys that would help him finance his pharaonic (pun intended) projects such as the 'largest business center (building) in the Balkans'. So, this gentleman will publish ANY story one wants published, provided that one has enough money to pay for the space, a personal photographer that is rented on a daily-fee basis, and a set of lovely colour photographs. The placement of the article can be selected as well, including the front-page placement in the daily.
3. People, get real: it literally IS impossible that a Bosnia's common-shaped hill could ever be a pyramid (there are hundreds of like-shaped geomorphologies throughout our mountainous country).
I am very sorry for all of you (especially Reuters and BBC) who bought into this scam. Less than five years ago, the very same group of people who are trying to pull off the pyramid scam, got carried away with building an airport “larger than the Sarajevo airport”. Of course, that project failed – their biggest competitor, the Sarajevo airport, is just 20 miles away… Yours truly, an ashamed Bosnian scientist.