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10,000 Year Old Pyramid Discovered in Bosnia

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posted on Jan, 2 2006 @ 06:56 AM
yeah plenty of square hills around

apparently plenty of people HAVE SEEN it

dont worry, a lot of people share the same doubts, in scientific circles as well, but since he has all permits and the support of the government to start excavations he just might get to the bottom of this

[edit on 2-1-2006 by nukunuku]

posted on Jan, 2 2006 @ 12:52 PM
Apparently Mr. Osmanagic knows a lot about Pyramids and above English text link on his page is actually his doctorate thesis.
I do speak Bosnian (language that is used on Mr. Osmanagic’s web site), and that language is very similar to Croatian and Serbian languages, so if there is a part of the text that you need translated, I might be able to help.

For beginning, I will mention that Mr. Osmanagic believes that Egyptian pyramids were built much before the Egyptian civilization. From this" target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">link you can read why:

1. TO build precise complex of pyramids, you have to have leveled ground. There is only difference in 2 cm from one side to other side of Giza plateau, which covers almost 3 square kilometers. Pyramids are even more leveled, with only 1 cm from one corner to the other.
2. In Cairo’s museum you can see tools used by Egyptian workers, made from copper and bronze. But according to Mohs scale of mineral hardness it is impossible to carve stone blocks that has higher level hardness (hardness 4 - 5) and granite (hardness 5 – 6) with this tools (Hardness 3.5 – 4).
3. Impossible transport and exact match between blocks. Even if someone proves to lift a block, is it possible to do the same with primitive tools, and be able to move it in position while space to work with is limited. (2000 worker might lift a stone, but how do you place 2000 workers around the stone?)
4. Surface of pyramid was covered with special blocks with average weight of more then 10 tons. They were carved so that no even razor-blade can fit between them and they did not use any cement.
5. Egyptologists believe that Egyptians have collected soil to build ramp for higher level of pyramid. This does not work well with math, as they would need 300000 more workers to build those ramps, and it would require amount of soil equal to 7 pyramid sizes. Even if this was the case, any transportation like this would destroy corners of blocks, while every block on pyramid has nice corners.

Will continue later, if there is interest in this….

posted on Jan, 2 2006 @ 01:24 PM
I hope---i so hope---that this is a genuine pyramid structure.Then we would have to look at the dimensions and see if they is as mathematically precise as those in Egypt.Did the builders have the pyramid inch?If we can correlate the math used to build it with the techniques used in Egypt i believe we will have a MAJOR find which will force archeologists to reconsider their stance on the age of the sphynx.The sphynx, imo,is at least 10,500 years old given the weather erosion and the location of the constellation Leo in the horizon at that time.Not proof positive,i know,but with the discovery of a similarly aged structure in bosnia we may see a lot of archeologists trippping on themselves in a mad dash to save face.
I personally think that as more time goes by we will unearth a lot more ancient discoveries which will re-write our modern version of history and....who knows....perhaps lead inexorably to that magic word "disclosure".
On the other hand it could just be a crude structure without any advanced math to make it an anomoly.Pyramid like structures after all are the logically easiest structures to build for an ancient people without advanced architecture.I eagerly await the findings.

posted on Jan, 25 2006 @ 04:42 PM
the official webpage is up

looks like they are quite busy...

posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 12:42 AM

Originally posted by Umbrax
To me what I find most interesting is it's age. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest structure (as far as I know) and that was built some 4,600 years ago.

The great pyramid dates to 10,500BC. The layout of all the pyramids lines up directly with the sky, the constillation Orien, of 10,500BC. The weathering on the sphinx comes from rainfall which hasent occured since 10,500BC. Edgar Cayce (whose predictions were so accurate people used him to make money on horse races) dated the pyramids to around 10,500BC. At least this is what i've heard. Why it is dated to 2,600BC? Probably because thats when people think the egyptians could have carried it out as an advanced culture. Unless people before the egyptians built them.. or the predictions on the culture are wrong?

posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 04:49 AM
well history is basically something people agreed upon, and with the one we have now there are many questions that are left unanswered

posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 04:28 PM
hey i just found this is also a pic of the presumed pyramid

Wow it is really amazing...i go to bosnia every year well since i am from bosnia...does anyone know if this is fake or real...

posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 04:57 PM
The dig started today.
(just to let everyone know)

posted on Apr, 14 2006 @ 07:32 PM
what do you think they will find?

posted on Apr, 15 2006 @ 06:00 AM

Originally posted by ATSGUY
what do you think they will find?

Archaeological remains of building known to have been built on the hill in ancient times

Which they will no doubt reinterpret as proving that the hill itself was man made

posted on Apr, 21 2006 @ 09:54 AM
Wow, the dig just started a few days ago? I was hoping they would be done by now.

posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 04:42 AM

Originally posted by djsly
Wow, the dig just started a few days ago? I was hoping they would be done by now.

It will take more than a few days to uncover wether this is another hoax or something deserving of sustained investigation. 12 mths or more, lets not get too excited just yet!!

posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 07:02 PM
According to news sites, there is now evidence to prove that this hill is indeed man made, and indeed a pyramid larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is actually a step pyramid.

"These are the first uncovered walls of the pyramid," Semir Osmanagic, a Bosnian archaeologist who studied the pyramids of Latin America for 15 years, said of the stonework found Wednesday.

"We can see the surface is perfectly flat. This is the crucial material proof that we are talking pyramids," he said.

Osmanagic believes the structure will prove to be 722 feet high, or a third taller than Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza.

The huge stone blocks discovered Wednesday appeared to be cut in cubes and polished.

"It is so obvious that the top of the blocks, the surface is man-made," Osmanagic said.

posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 07:48 PM
i am going to bosnia this year, we live about 10min away from were the pyramids are located. I am planning on actually doing a project for my school "some extra cred for collage", they are going to be digging so hopefully i will get to take some pics and see this thing up close...

posted on Apr, 22 2006 @ 11:58 PM

If you look at the FIRST messages (2005) in this thead, you find some references to a news article. Track that down and you come up with a Bosnian blog which mentions Osmanagic :

This is apparently the same hill.

Sooooo... why is he doing Yet Another Announcement on it a year later?

And, Joe, I'm suspicious about the doctoral dissertation. Have a look at the page on the "included universities" involved in the dig. WHY is there no university's archaeological department involved?

We have a College of Philosophy (!) involved with a "Chair of department of Egyptian archaeology".

We have a college of Political Science (!) involved.

We have a department involved with locating mineral resources involved.

We have several civil engineering schools and departments.

Bosnia and the rest of Europe have a number of notable archaeological schools and professors. So...why did he go all the way to Egypt for a department of a small Cairo university; a department not particularly noted for its Egyptology? And Egyptologists are not particularly familiar with writing and other artifacts in Bosnia.

Why aren't there any Bosnian archaeologists?

Yes, I'm a crankety old skeptic but I find the cherry picking of associates to be more than a little suspicious. There's a LOT of archaeologists working in the area who are very good at dating Bronze Age and earlier material:

I think he's trying to "prove" his idea and he's afraid that if he brings in real archaeologists (they apparently certified the tunnel as old and authentic) to date the "pyramid" they're going to tell him it's not a pyramid.

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 12:16 AM
I'm hoping that this discovery blows the doors off that old backward profession or archeology. We the people need to have the academic world wake up and realize that they know squat about our world for the benefit of all humanity.

I also find it interesting that 3 pyramids are together here like in Giza. Three seems to be the dominate theme.

They should investigate the very top where a capstone would have gone which is used to finish off all pyramids. It would be the first thing I would look at to see it there is still one and what it is composed of.

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 12:27 AM
Check out what Byrd said above, then read up on Osmanagic.

wikipedia link

Note that he's just an amateur archaelogist. I now think that the media ran way too quick with the story. They need some indepent, actual archaelogist to either refute or verify his claims.

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 09:25 AM
every day there is more and more evidence that the bosnian hill is a real stone pyramid, and maybe it is largest in the world

they have excavated stone walls of the pyramid

and you can see it how it looks from air

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 04:41 PM
whoa.....those "stones" look like they are made with aggregate.....

posted on Apr, 23 2006 @ 07:43 PM
they seem a little small

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