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Originally posted by hoghead cheese
Originally posted by UnitedSatesofFreemasons
just found this on beforitsnews.com very very interesting to find such a curious hill in and find out its a pyramid. Who lived as a super civilization and built these all over the world? wow, makes me sit, and think...
It has been posted before, but its really interesting. I mean to me it is something very possible, and if it is a pyramid it has to be tens of thousands of years old. You have to wonder what would happen to the Great Pyramids if they where in another part of the world that was wetter and had massive plant growth. Give anything enough time, the land will reclaim it some way. I've said it before, I think that their was an advanced civilization at least 15,000 years ago if not longer and then after the cataclysm that happened the survivors came out of hiding (which is us) and had to rebuild all over.
I've said it before, I think that their was an advanced civilization at least 15,000 years ago
Amar Karapus, a curator at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, said "When I first read about the pyramids I thought it was a very funny joke. I just couldn't believe that anyone in the world could believe this." Penn State University Professor Garrett Fagan is quoted as saying "They should not be allowed to destroy genuine sites in the pursuit of these delusions[...] It’s as if someone were given permission to bulldoze Stonehenge to find secret chambers of lost ancient wisdom underneath."
If it's going to be personal then the last time I checked Bosnia-Herzegovina is not in Hungary. Hence, your claim is totally unrelated to what I took 30 minutes to write.
Great number of the leading archaeologists, geologists and geophysicists from Bosnia, Egypt, Russia, Poland, Germany, France, Italy and other countries are involved in this project. We have had over 340.000 hours in digging, sample testing, radiocarbon dating. During the period 2005-2010 close to 500.000 visitors came to Visoko and visited Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. Benefits are obvious. You might be interested in our International Summer Camp for Volunteers this summer in Bosnia (June-September). More than 500 volunteers from 30 countries and 6 continents worked with us.
What do you say about Semir Osmanagić claiming that the dig involved an international team of archaeologists from Australia, Austria, Ireland, Scotland and Slovenia, even though many of the archaeologists he named claimed they were never at the site or in any way associated with the excavation?
just think of the revenue they would receive from tourists.