The First International Scientific Conference about the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids (ICBP 2008) was held between August 25-30, 2008 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. More than 50 scientists from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, Poland, Great Britain, Hungary, Austria, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina took part at the Conference. Distinguished archaeologists, geologists, physicians, Egyptologists, chemists, architects, geodesic experts and other participants presented dozens of their papers.
Committee for Recommendation which consisted of:
dr. Nabil Swelim, Egyptologists and archaeologist, President of the ICBP 2008
dr. Oleg Khavroshkin, geophysicist, Chairman of the ICBP Scientific Committee
dr. Alaa Shaheen, archaeologist, Dean of the Faculty of Archaeology at the Cairo University
dr. Hassan El-Saady, historian, vice-dean of the Faculty of Arts at the Alexandria University
dr. Anna Pazdur, physician, Lab for the radiocarbon dating, Silesian University, Gliwice, Poland
dr. Mona Haggag, archaeologist, Secretary of the Archaeological Sociaety of Alexandria, Egypt
dr. Ivan Šimatović, President of the Organizational Committee, Croatia
dr. Jiao Nanfeng, Director of Archaelogical Institute for Shaanxy Province, China
dr. Mostafa El-Abbadi, historian, Founder of the modern Library in Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina), Egypt
Chris Norman, planner, Edinburgh, Velika Britanija
dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Aly, Egyptologist and archaeologist, Faculty of Art at the University Ein-Shams, Cairo
Semir Osmanagić, Founder of the „Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation and Vice-President of the ICBP 2008
Work at the archaeological location "Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids" in Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is an important geo-archaeological and epigraphical research that requires further multidisciplinary scientific research which should answer the origin of the Bosnian pyramidal hills and the extensive underground tunnel network as well as other archaeological sites in the vicinity;
ICBP Conference recommends that Second International Scientific Conference about the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids should be held in Sarajevo in two years (2010) and gather experts in pyramid research from all over the world;
ICBP Conference introduce the initiative to establish Centre for Pyramid studies with headquarter in Sarajevo;
ICBP Conference recommends universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to establish study at the graduate level for archaeology as a support to the reasearch project "Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids".
Originally posted by ipsedixit
These people need a break, along with everybody in the Balkans, and if this becomes their Giza-like money making machine, so much the better.
Originally posted by Imagir
If the Pyramids of Visoko are a gigantic Hoax, this is the most gigantic Hoax in the history of modern archeology of which I have never felt.
If all this gigantic Hoax is planned by Osmanagic, then the Mr. Osmanagic is a man really, but REALLY the most LUCKY Man, because:
He has uncovered a site where there are five “hills” with a pyramidal shape (and lately, the traces radar have confirmed it).
He has uncovered that these pyramidal hills are perfectly aligned with the points cardinals North/East South//the West.
He has uncovered that the slope of sides of pyramidal hills to 45° is to terraces.
He has uncovered that material outside has an unusual composition similar to the concrete.
He has uncovered Labitinth of tunnel and galleries pyramidal basements that very probably connect all and the five hills.
He has uncovered that this net of galleries is of various kilometers and it is extended under the entire site.
He has uncovered, inside of the enormous tunnels, stone blocks of some tons, which smoothed, carved with strange designs and positioned over the waterbearing stratum.
He has uncovered artifacts that going back to many thousands of years ago.
He has uncovered that around “enormous pyramidal hills” is an enormous number of Stone Spheres some of which of the weight of some tons.
and inside the tunnels he has uncovered also this!
Yes, Mr. Osmanagic is probably the more fortunate archeologist in the history of archeology!